Kelly Frailing Obituary, Death -Kelly Frailing of Loyola University New Orleans Professor has passed Away. Dr. Kelly Frailing is not only an Associate Professor in the Department of Criminology and Justice, but she is also the Program Coordinator for the Master of Criminology and Justice. Dr. Frailing earned a Ph.D. in Criminology and Justice from the University of Notre Dame. She is responsible for the overall management of the program as part of her responsibilities in this role. She is particularly interested in researching two distinct subfields, namely criminal behavior, and natural disasters, as well as specialized courts and programs. Her research focuses on the intersection of these two fields. Dr. Frailing is widely regarded as the country’s (and arguably the world’s) foremost expert on disaster-related crime, and he has been credited with being one of the driving forces behind the development of the field of disaster criminology.
Dr. Frailing is also widely regarded as the country’s (and possibly the world’s) foremost expert on crime in the aftermath of natural disasters. Dr. Frailing is also widely regarded as the preeminent authority on crime in the aftermath of natural disasters, not only in the country but, arguably, globally. Furthermore, Dr. Frailing is widely regarded as the world’s foremost authority on criminal activity in the aftermath of natural disasters, not just in this country but, arguably, worldwide. As a result of this honor, Dr. Frailing has received a great deal of praise and admiration over the years. She is also knowledgeable about specialized courts and programs, particularly those aimed at assisting people suffering from mental illness and/or substance abuse. She has published a number of books on these subjects, as well as dozens of essays in academic journals. Her work can be found in a variety of formats, including print, audio, and video.
Her articles have appeared in a variety of academic journals since their initial publication. Her current research is divided into two parts: an investigation into therapeutic jurisprudence manifestations in specialist courts during the pandemic, and an investigation into crimes committed during the pandemic from the perspective of catastrophe criminology. Both investigations remain open. Both of these inquiries are still being looked into. Both of these inquiries are being looked into right now.