1 Office Address: Department Criminology and Criminal Justice Strong Hall, Room 222 Missouri State University Springfield, Missouri Office Cell Current Academic Appointments Bernard J. McCarthy Curriculum Vitae (Abbreviated) Director, Center for Homeland Security Program Coordinator, Graduate Certificate in Homeland Security and Defense Program Coordinator/advisor, Masters in Administrative Sciences, Criminology Professor of Criminology Project Director Emergency Management in Higher Education Grant Project Appointed to the Graduate Faculty MSU 2006 Past Academic Appointments Professor and Chair, Department of Criminal Justice and Legal Studies, University of Central Florida Professor and Intern Coordinator College of Criminal Justice Jacksonville State University Lecturer, University of North Carolina at Charlotte EDUCATION Ph.D. Criminology Florida State University M.A. Criminal Justice School of Criminal Justice State University of New York at Albany M.ED Social Science Plymouth State College (NH) BA History (Magna Cum Laude) Plymouth State College (NH) RECENT PUBLICATIONS Books Braswell, M. C., McCarthy, B. R., & McCarthy, B. J. (2011). Criminal Justice Ethics (7th ed.). Cincinnati,
2 OH: Anderson Publishing Company, Elsevier Publishing Company. McCarthy, B. J., McCarthy, B. R., & Leone, M. (2007). Community-Based Corrections (4th ed.). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth. (Fifth revision underway, expected publication date 2012) Recent Articles and Book Chapters Claborn, D. McCarthy, B.J. (2011) Incarceration and Isolation of the Innocent for Reasons of Public Health. Journal of the Institute of Justice and International Studies. Accepted for publication. McCarthy, B.J. (2011) Justice, Crime and Terrorism in Justice, Crime and Ethics, Anderson Publishing/Lexus Nexus. Seventh Edition. McCarthy, B. J. (2011). Justice, Crime, and Ethics. In Keeping An Eye on the Keeper: Prison Corruption and Its Control (7th ed., pp ). Anderson Publishing/ Lexus Nexus. McCarthy, B. J., & Gould, L. A. (2007, December). Strategic Planning in State Correctional Agencies. Corrections Compendium. Surette, R., Applegate, B., McCarthy, B., & Jablonski, P. (2005). Self-Destructing Prophecies: Long Term Forecasting of Municipal Correctional Bed Need. Journal of Criminal Justice, 34, Davis, R. K., Applegate, B. K., Otto, C. W., Surette, R., & McCarthy, B. J. (July 2004). Roles and Responsibilities: Analyzing Local Leader's Views on Jail Crowding From a Systems Perspective. Crime and Delinquency, 50, 3. McCarthy, B. J., & Gould, L. A. (October 2003). E-Government and Corrections: An Analysis of Correctional Websites. Corrections Compendium, 28, 10. Applegate, B., Surette, R., King, R., & McCarthy, B. (June 2003). The Multifunctional Jail: Policy Makers' Views on the Goals of Local Incarceration. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 14, 2, Applegate, B., Surette, R., & McCarthy, B. (1999). Detention and Desistence From Crime: Evaluating the Impact of a New Generation Jail on Recidivism. Journal of Criminal Justice, 27, 2, McCarthy, B.R. and McCarthy, BJ, Contemporary Trends in Community Corrections, (1997), Security Journal vol 9, Iss 1.2, 3 p 69. Recent Papers Presented McCarthy, B. Stalking on College Campuses: What you can do about it. School and College Safety and Security Conference, Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri. July, McCarthy and Hanrion, N. The Use of Social Media by Universities for Public Safety and
3 Emergency Management: Issues and Problems, 14 Th Annual Emergency Management in Higher Education Conference (FEMA). Emmetsburg Md. June 2011 B. McCarthy. The Ethics of Justice, Crime and Terrorism. Third Annual Missouri State Criminology and Criminal Justice Conference March 24, McCarthy, B. (2010, July 23). Planning For the Unexpected: Disasters and Higher Education Institutions. School and College Safety and Security Conference. Lake of the Ozarks, MO. McCarthy, B. (2010, June 2-5). The Globalization of Crime and Its Impact on Rural Communities in the United States. Ninth Biennial International Conference on Societies in Transition. Marrakech, Morocco. McCarthy, B., Building a Disaster Resistant University: A Case Study. Second Annual Missouri State University Criminology and Criminal Justice Conference. March 4, 2010 McCarthy, B. Establishing a Homeland Security Graduate Program: Promise and Pitfalls. Second Annual Homeland Defense and Security Summit, University of Maryland, McCarthy, B. (2009, July 30-31). Best Practices in Building a Safe and Secure University. School and College Safety and Security Conference. Columbia, Missouri. Add paper from Homeland Security Consortium, University of Maryland. McCarthy, B. Preventing Terrorism in the United States: Lessons from the Israeli Experience. Terrorism and Justice : the Balance for Civil Liberties. University of Central Missouri, February McCarthy, B. (2007, February). The Impact of Terrorism on Tourism: Implications for Homeland Security, Homeland Defense, and Security Education. Summit. Fairfax, VA. McCarthy, B. (2006, March). Chairing the Criminal Justice Department: Issues and Challenges. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Baltimore, MD. McCarthy, B., & R. Wolf. (2006, March). Target Hardening in a Tourism Environment. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Baltimore, MD. McCarthy, B. (2005, October). Tourism as a Target of Opportunity for Terrorists. National Global Issues Forum 2005: Political Violence in the 21 st Century. Orlando, FL. McCarthy, B. (2005, October). Ethical Issues in Public Affairs: The Case of Prison Corruption. Public Affairs Conference. Orlando, FL. McCarthy, B. (2005, October). The Florida Terror: The Killing of Harry Moore. UCF Diversity Week Presentation. McCarthy, B. (2005, June). The Impact of Terrorism on Tourism. Istanbul Conference on Democracy and Security. Istanbul, Turkey. McCarthy, B., & R. Wolf. (2005). Magic vs Sin City: A Comparative Analysis of Tourism Policing.
4 Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Chicago, IL. McCarthy, B., & L. Gould. (2004, March). Strategic Planning by State Correctional Agencies. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Las Vegas, NV. McCarthy, B. J., & B. R. McCarthy. (2003, November). The Challenges and Opportunities of Interdisciplinary Doctoral Education in Criminal Justice. American Society of Criminology. Denver, CO. McCarthy, B., & L. Gould. (2003, March). E-Government and Corrections. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Boston, MA. McCarthy, B. (2003, April). Terrorism in the United States: Threat and Response. Lou Frey Institute Symposium Homeland Security or Police State. University of Central Florida. Davis, R. K., B. K. Applegate, R. Surette, B. J. McCarthy. (2002). Local Policy Makers: Views Toward Correctional Reform. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Chicago, IL. Surette, R., B. K. Applegate, B. J. McCarthy, R. K. Davis. (2002). Jail Forecasting: A Tool for Public Policy Decision Making. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Chicago, IL McCarthy, B. J., B. K. Applegate, R. K. Davis. (2002). The Impact of Criminal Justice Policy Changes on Jail Populations. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Chicago, IL. McCarthy, B. J., & B. R. McCarthy. (2002, June 16-20). Modernizing Criminal Justice: Implications for Higher Education, Modernizing Criminal Justice, and New World Challenges. Sixth Biennial Conference. International Perspectives on Crime, Justice, and Public Order. London, England. McCarthy, B. J. (2001, June). The Development and Implementation of PHD in Public Affairs: Lessons Learned. International Seminar on Crime and Justice. Bologna, Italy. Grants and Contracts At UCF, in seven years increased grant funding in the Department from $0 to 3 million. Principal Investigator Emergency Management Grant for Higher Education, US Department of Education, $469, An assessment of the Direct Supervision component of Orange County Jail, $38,000 Implementing and Evaluating the Orange County 311 System, , $125,000. Incarceration and Retention Trends at the Orange County Corrections Department
5 in 2003, $67,361 International Center for Democratic Policing, U.S. State Department, , $740,000 Investigating the Influences of Jail Crowding in Orange County, $128,104 PRESENT ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES Center for Homeland Security The center has been involved in teaching, research and service in homeland security. In teaching, the center is responsible for coordinating the interdisciplinary graduate certificate program in homeland security and defense. In research, the center has been active in grants and involved in research that has resulted in conference presentations and publications in homeland security. In terms of service, representatives from the center have been active nationally, within the state and in the region in homeland security related activities. Partnerships have been developed with local, state, and federal agencies. PRIOR ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE Director of the Community and Social Issues Institute The mission of the Community and Social Issues Institute is to serve as a catalyst to organize and apply the research and service capacity of the University and to assist public and private organizations as they address significant social issues facing the many communities. The Institute sponsors and supports the Go Lead and Gold nonprofit leadership training programs. The Institute is also responsible for managing and supporting the noncredit course offerings of Missouri State University. Numerous courses, workshops and conferences are offered by the Institute. Chair, Department of Criminal Justice and Legal Studies, University of Central Florida Responsible for building and maintaining undergraduate degree programs in Criminal Justice and Legal Studies on multiple campuses. Notable accomplishments: recruited and built a strong diverse faculty who were committed to serving students, the university, the community and the profession. Helped design and implement several certificate programs, a master s in Criminal Justice and a PhD in Public Affairs. RECENT COMMUNITY/PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Co-Chair, Public Safety Committee, Community Foundation of the Ozarks, Community Focus Report 2011 Co-Chair, City of Springfield Strategic Planning Committee on Public Safety President Elect, Rotary Club of Springfield Mo Board Member and Treasurer, Community Partnerships of the Ozarks (Delinquency
6 Prevention, Neighborhood Improvement and Homeless Services) Member, Safety and Security Long Range Planning Committee, Missouri State University Advisory Board, MSU Master's in Public Administration (ongoing) Member, US State Department Overseas Advisory Council (ongoing) Member, Open Source Intelligence Committee (DNI) (ongoing) Advisory Board Member, Turkish Institute for Security and Democracy Member, Missouri Board of Higher Education, Task Force on Homeland Security, chair, subcommittee on homeland security curriculum (ongoing) Steering Committee, Safe Communities Initiative, National Safety Council, Springfield, Missouri (ongoing) Board Member, Springfield Greene County Regional Health Care Advisory Commission (ongoing) Board Member, Mayor s Commission on Children (ongoing) Chair, Disaster Response Committee, Greene County Mo (Investigate Public Response to ice storm) Member, Justice Roundtable Task Force Greene County Mo (ongoing) Steering Committee, MSU Public Affairs Conference Community Connections Advisory Team Board Member, Co-chair Service Committee, Rotary Club of Springfield Board Member and Treasurer, Community Partnerships of the Ozarks ( ) Editorial Board Member, Victims and Offenders Journal of Evidence-Based Policies and Practices State of Florida, Faculty Discipline Committee on Criminal Justice, Florida Department of Education Board Member, Crime Line of Central Florida Regional Advisory Board Member, Florida Department of Law Enforcement Member, Orange County Jail Oversight Commission Board Member, Life-Line of Central Florida (suicide prevention) Board Member, Florida Association of Community Corrections Member, American Society of Criminology, American Association of Doctoral Programs in Criminology and Criminal Justice and Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences External Reviewer of Criminal Justice Programs, Massachusetts Board of Regents, External Reviewer of Criminal Justice Programs at University of Southern Mississippi, Valdosta State University Manuscript reviewer Journal of Criminal Justice, Crime and Delinquency and Journal of Criminal Justice Education Editorial Review Board, Journal of Victims and Offenders Advisory Committee Member, Florida s Partnership in Character Education References Available Upon Request