Recent & Forthcoming Publications
Below are some recent and forthcoming publications by Criminal Justice and Criminology graduate students and faculty:
- Abboud, M., Wu, G., Pedneault, A., Stohr, M.K. & Hemmens, C. (2020). “Educator Sexual Misconduct: A Statutory Analysis.” Accepted at Criminal Justice Policy Review.
- Campagna, M., Kowalski, M., Drapela, L., Stohr, M. K., Tollefsbol, E., Woo, Y., Mei, X., & Hamilton, Z. (2019). “Understanding offender needs over forms of isolation using a repeated measures design.” The Prison Journal.
- Cortright, C., McCann, W., Willits, D., Hemmens, C., & Stohr, M.K. (2020). “An Analysis of State Statutes Regarding the Role of Law Enforcement.” Accepted at Criminal Justice Policy Review.
- Klein, M., & Hemmens, C. (2018). “Security Guard Hiring Regulations: A Statutory Analysis.” Criminal Justice Policy Review. 29(9): 891-908.
- Klein, M., Ruiz, L., & Hemmens, C. (Forthcoming). “Security Guard Training Regulations: A Statutory Analysis.” Criminal Justice Policy Review.
- Kowalski, M. A. (December 2019). “Hiring and training requirements for correctional officers: A statutory analysis. Forthcoming.” The Prison Journal.
- Kowalski, M., Mei, X., Turner, J., Stohr, M., & Hemmens, C. (2019). “A statute analysis: Correction officer’s sexual misconduct.” The Prison Journal.
- Makin, D., Willits, D. Wu, G. DuBois, K., Lu, R., Stohr, M.K., Koslicki, W., Stanton, D., Hemmens, C., Snyder, & J., Lovrich, N. (2019). “The Effects of I-502 on Police Clearance Rates: A Time Series Analysis.” Police Quarterly.
- McCann, W., Kowalski, M., Hemmens, C., & Stohr, M. (Forthcoming). “An Analysis of Certificates of Rehabilitation in the United States.” Corrections: Policy, Practice and Research.
- Rowe, B.I., McCann, W., & Hemmens, C. (Forthcoming). “The Invisible Scholar: Authors of Legal Scholarship in Criminology and Criminal Justice Journals.” Journal of Criminal Justice Education.
- Woo, Y., Willits, D., Pedenault, A., Stohr, M.K. & Hong, M. (2019). “Children of Mixed-Ethnic Heritage and Adverse Life Outcomes: A Comparison of Two Korean Adolescent Samples.” Youth and Society. Published online (May 2018).
- Spohn, Cassia, Hemmens, Craig, and McCann, Wesley (2018). Courts: A Text/Reader, 3rd edition. Sage Publications.
- Stohr, Mary K., Walsh, Anthony, and Hemmens, Craig (2020). Corrections: A Text Reader, 3rd edition. Los Angeles, CA: Sage Publications (there is duplication in some content between this book and the Corrections: The Essentials, 3rd Edition and the Corrections: From Research, to Policy, to Practice, 1st Edition books) (Stohr, Walsh and Hemmens first edition published in 2009, second edition in 2013, Sage).
- Stohr, Mary. K., and Walsh, Anthony (2019). Corrections: The Essentials, 3rd Edition. Los Angeles: Sage Publications (there is duplication in some content between this book and the Corrections: From Research, to Policy, to Practice, 1st Edition book) (Stohr and Walsh first edition, 2012, second edition 2016, Sage).
- Ruiz, L. & Stohr, M.K. 2018. Review of Vanessa R. Panfil’s The gang’s all queer: The lives of gay gang members. Theory in Action.
- Drapela, L., Lutze, F., Tollefsbol, E., and Pimley, N. “Assessing the Behavior and Needs Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury in Washington State Prisons: Establishing a Foundation for Policy, Practice, and Education.” Justice Quarterly. (August 2018).
- Kowalski, M. A. “Adverse childhood experiences and justice-involved youth: The effect of trauma and programming on different recidivistic outcomes.” Forthcoming. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. (October 2018).
- Kowalski, M. A. “Hiring and training requirements for correctional officers: A statutory analysis. Forthcoming.” The Prison Journal (December 2019).
- Elizabeth Drake, doctoral candidate, was invited to be a senior editor for Criminology & Public Policy on a submitted manuscript on the benefits and costs of swift, certain, fair supervision. Drake coordinated editing of the manuscript and authored an editorial essay to appear in a forthcoming issue of CPP, introducing the accepted manuscript and its companion policy essay written by Dr. Angela Hawken.
- Dr. Zachary Hamilton and doctoral candidate Elizabeth Drake co-authored the policy essay “Path Toward Evidence-Based Classification: Sanctioning Patterns and Inmate Misconduct” in Criminology & Public Policy
- Dr. Melanie Neuilly edited a manuscript on the experiences of women who have to conduct field research while raising children, along with Dr. Bahiyyah Muhammad of Howard University. The book, titled Mothering from the Field: The Impact of Motherhood on Site-Based Research, is set to be released in June 2019 by Rutgers University Press.