Amy Cook, PhD
Disclosures: Non-Clinical Exception - 08/25/2021

 

 

Amy Cook, CRJS Faculty Member:  Revised bio August 2020 for faculty website:

 

 

 

 

Amy K. Cook is an associate professor of criminal justice at the L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs. Her current research examines correlates of substance abuse, including overdose and crime, particularly as it relates to opioid use.  Amy works closely with local police departments and jails to address substance abuse and related issues. Prior to academia, Amy spent over 14 years as a probation officer with the Virginia Department of Juvenile Justice where she worked with delinquent youth, families, and victims of intimate partner violence. Amy was also a member of the Fatality Review Team, which reviewed intimate partner and family related homicides.