University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716
Darryl Chambers recently completed his Master’s degree in Criminology. His responsibilities at CDHS include the SPF-SIG project, the Safe Haven Program, the Suicide Prevention Grant, and Crime Mapping within Wilmington, DE. Prior to becoming a graduate student, Mr. Chambers worked with at least four other noted professors at UD including work as a research assistant for several federally funded projects such as: The Infant Care Project conducted by social psychologist Mary Dozier, and The “Safe Communities” Training and Employment Participatory Action Research Project conducted by social psychologist Dr. Yasser Payne.