Wilson-Short 10H, WSU Pullman
Student Hours: CRM_J 101= Tuesday & Thursday’s 3:00 – 4:00PM; CRM_J 311/SOC 320= Tuesday (311) & Thursday’s (320) 1:30 – 2:30PM; CRM_J 330= Monday & Wednesday’s 2:00 – 3:00PM; CRM_J 450 = Monday & Wednesday’s 3:30 – 4:00PM via Zoom
Ph.D., Criminal Justice and Criminology, 2019, Washington State University
Duane Stanton has more than 25 years of practitioner experience in public safety at state and federal positions. He supervised and provided oversight to public safety personnel assigned to patrol, fish and wildlife, criminal, lottery, and administrative support divisions. Moreover, he has conducted host nation police infrastructure assessments and public safety program development and implementation in Japan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Duane’s research focuses on public policy effects on policing and corrections, and involves publications in drug related boating impairment, correctional incarceration, custodial interrogation practices, and the effects of cannabis legalization on police and crime.
Crime Control Policies, Senior Seminar: Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice, Introduction to Policing, and Realizing Justice in a Multi-Cultural Society.