photo: MaberrySteven Maberry

Research Associate V
Office of Social Service Research and Development (OSSRD)

B.A., Music Technology, Oral Roberts University, 2005
M.S.Ed., Rehabilitation Counseling, Hunter College, 2009
M.S., Kinesiology, Louisiana State University, 2016
Ph.D., Social Work, Louisiana State University, 2016

Other Credentials: Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) 
                                 Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES)

Office: 210 Huey P. Long Field House
E-mail: smaber1@lsu.edu

Overview

Dr. Maberry is a Research Associate in the Office of Social Service Research and Development at Louisiana State University. He has worked in the human service industry for over 10 years. Prior to moving to Baton Rouge in 2012, Dr. Maberry worked with youth in the South Bronx of New York who had aged out of the foster care system. His clinicial experience includes working with gang/group members, offenders in the Federal Bureau of Prisons, and individuals engaged in residential and outpatient drug treatment. 

Dr. Maberry's research interests include examining the effects of data-driven technology on violent crime prevention and response and interventions that disrupt the socioeconomic determinants of crime.

Active Grants/Funded Projects

Co-Principal Investigator (2017 – 2018). East Baton Rouge Parish Jail Innovation Project. Funded by the Urban Institute and the MacArthur Foundation. Total grant for 18 months funded at $50,0000.

Principal Investigator (2016 – 2017). Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Evaluation-3. Funded by State of Louisiana Office of Juvenile Services. Total grant for 1 year funded at $60,000.00.

Evaluation Team (2014 – 2017). YEP Village Program. Funded by United States Department of Health and Human Services: Office of Minority Health. Total grant for 3 years funded at 1.5 million dollars.

Evaluation Team (2013 – 2016). Baton Rouge Area Violence Elimination (BRAVE) project. Funded through two grants from the Department of Justice - Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJPD). Total grant funding is $3 million.

Outstanding Grants Proposals

Co-Principal Investigator (2017). Baton Rouge Justice and Mental Health Collaboration. Proposal submitted for the Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Project FY2017 Competitive Grant. Total grant for two years: $300,000. Submitted April 4, 2017 to the United States Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice.

Principal Investigator (2017). Baton Rouge Body Worn Camera Implementation Program. Proposal submitted for the Body Worn Camera Implementation FY2017 Competitive Grant. Total grant for two years: $750,00. Submitted February 16, 2017 to the United States Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice.

Principal Investigator (2017). Police Awareness Initiative. Proposal submitted for the Smart Policing Initiative FY2017 Competitive Grant. Total grant for three years: $700,00. Submitted January 26, 2017 to the United States Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice.

 

Curriculum Vitae