Below are select recent publications by department graduate students and faculty:
Eunsuhk Choi, Shanhe Jiang, and Eric Lambert. “South Korean Attitudes toward the Death Penalty: Exploring the nexus between strong support and history of misapplication.” International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice. (2017).
Moana Hafoka, Youngki Woo, Ming-Li Hsieh, Jacque van Wormer, Mary Stohr, and Craig Hemmens. “What Legally Prescribed Functions Tell Us: Role Differences between Adult and Juvenile Probation Officers.” Federal Probation. (2017).
Melissa Kowalski and Xiaohan Mei. “An Analysis of Statutes Criminalizing Correctional Officer Sexual Misconduct with Inmates.” The Prison Journal. (2017).
Wendy Koslicki. “SWAT Mobilization Trends: Testing Assumptions of Police Militarization.” Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management. (2017).
Wesley McCann. “Persona Non Grata: The Marginalization of Legal Scholarship in Criminology and Criminal Justice Journals.” Journal of Criminal Justice Education. (2017).
Wesley McCann, Craig Hemmens, and Brenda Rowe. “Persona Non Grata: The Marginalization of Legal Scholarship in Criminology and Criminal Justice Journals.” Journal of Criminal Justice Education. (2017).
Nick Pimley and Wesley McCann. “Mixed Mandates: Issues Concerning Organizational and Statutory Definitions of Terrorism in the United States.” Terrorism and Political Violence. (2017).
Leah Ruiz and Brianne Posey. “Certifying Death in the United States: A Statutory Analysis.” Journal of Forensic Sciences. (2018).
Duane Stanton and Brandon Bang. “Police Recording of Custodial Interrogations: A State-By-State Legal Inquiry.” International Journal of Police Science and Management. (2017).