Lynne Mock, Ph.D.

Lynne Mock, Ph.D. is a Research Analyst at the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority. She earned a doctorate in psychology, with specialties in clinical, social, and community psychology. Other areas of expertise include mental and behavioral health, community corrections and public health, research methods, program evaluation, and African American psychology and culture.

Lynne Mock is an Authority Research Analyst.

(312) 793-8550  

Areas of Interest

Mental and behavioral health, community corrections and public health, research methods, program evaluation, and African American psychology and culture


Articles

The impact of employment restriction laws on Illinois’ convicted felons
August 22, 2016 | Article | Convictions
Over the past three decades, at least 1.5 million men and women have been convicted of felony charges in Illinois. Even after they have satisfied their probation or prison sentence, they face a range of collateral consequences-—penalties, disabilities, and other disadvantages imposed as a result of a criminal conviction, some lasting a lifetime.
By Lynne Mock