Dr. Jason Ingram is an Associate Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology and joined the faculty in 2018. He earned his Ph.D. in Criminal Justice from Michigan State University (2010) and his M.A. (2003) and B.A. (2001) degrees from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. His primary research interest focuses on police culture. Specifically, his work examines how cultural attitudes are shaped by officers' work environments and how culture influences police practices. Other research interests include police use of force and the role of first line supervisors in agencies. His work has appeared in Criminology, Journal of Criminal Justice, Police Quarterly, and Policing: An International Journal.
- Ingram, Jason R., William Terrill, & Eugene A. Paoline III. (2018). Police Culture and Officer Behavior: Application of a Multilevel Framework, Criminology, 56(4), 780-811.
- Terrill, William, Jason R. Ingram, Logan J. Somers, & Eugene A. Paoline III. (2018). Examining Police Use of Force and Citizen Complaints. Policing: An International Journal, 41(3), 496-509.
- Terrill, William, Eugene A. Paoline III., & Jason R. Ingram. (2018). Beyond the Final Report:A Research Note on the Assessing Police Use of Force Policy & Outcomes Project. Policing: An International Journal, 41(2), 194-201.
- Terrill, William & Jason R. Ingram. (2016). Citizen Complaints against the Police: An Eight City Examination. Police Quarterly, 19(2), 150-179.