1 Jeffrey D. Dailey Home Address: 6217 N. 25 th Ave Phoenix, AZ EDUCATION Ph.D. in Criminal Justice, May Sam Houston State University. Dissertation: An Investigation of Police Officer Background and Performance: An Analytical Study of the Effect of Age, Time in Service, Prior Military Service, and Educational Level on Commendations. Laura Myers, Chair. M.S. in Criminal Justice, December Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Ky. Thesis: A Content Analysis of State Appellate Cases Involving Lawyer Misconduct and Sanction: Vic Kappeler, Chair. B.A.S. in Computer Systems, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida. B.S. in Physics, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida. WORK EXPERIENCE Assistant Professor: August 2005 August 2009: Teaching graduate and undergraduate Criminal Justice courses, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, Texas A&M University, Commerce, TX. Program Manager/Adjunct Professor: July August 2005: Law Enforcement Technology Center, College of Justice and Safety, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY. Responsible for various programs dealing with technology transfer and training to small and rural law enforcement and corrections agencies nationwide. I also taught one to two undergraduate Criminal Justice classes each semester for Eastern Kentucky University. Visiting Professor: August July 2002: Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY. Taught undergraduate Criminal Justice classes full-time on-campus and at remote locations, via Distance Learning. Assistant Instructor: : Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX. Worked as an assistant instructor for the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas, and taught undergraduate criminal justice classes, part-time, for the University. Systems Analyst: : E-Systems/Raytheon, Inc., Falls Church, VA. Performed classified computer-aided signal analysis (SIGINT) with active duty
2 military intelligence units in several locations, in U.S. and in Europe. Assigned Top Secret Clearance, under a Department of Defense billet under military orders. Senior Computer Programmer: : Harris Corporation, Melbourne, FL. Designed and implemented computer programs to control oil pipeline operations. Computer Programmer: : Systems Engineering Laboratories, Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. Coded a core operating limits program which monitored the temperature and power output for a nuclear reactor generator plant. TEACHING EXPERIENCE Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice: August 2005 June 2009: Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, Texas A&M University-Commerce, Commerce, TX. CJ101 Introduction to Criminal Justice CJ201 Policing in America CJ301 Criminal Justice Investigation CJ326 Juvenile Delinquency CJ330 Criminology CJ370 Community Supervision CJ388 Ethics in Criminal Justice CJ497 Crime Profiling CJ497 Critical Issues in Criminal Justice CJ497 Juvenile Justice CJ497 White Collar Crime CJ497 Media and Crime CJ497 Forensic Psychology CJ497 Forensic Science CJ497 Racial Profiling CJ497 International Terrorism CJ497 Serial Killers CJ568 Seminar in Corrections (Graduate) CJ530 Seminar in Crime and Delinquency (Graduate) CJ597 Seminar in Police Civil Liability (Graduate) CJ597 Seminar in Police Management (Graduate) Adjunct Instructor: August 2002 August 2005: Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY. CJ101 Introduction to Policing in America CJ218 Criminal Law CJ305 Domestic Violence CJ400 Applied Criminal Justice Analysis/Statistics CJ313 Ethics in Criminal Justice CJ415 Contemporary Police Strategies/Operations
3 Visiting Professor: August 1999 July 2002: Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY. CJ215 Police Operations CJ101 Introduction to Policing in America CJ388 Research Methods CJ315 Police Administration CJ406 Critical Issues in Criminal Justice CJ410 Community Policing CJ415 Contemporary Police Strategies/Operations Teaching Assistant: January December 1996: College of Criminal Justice, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX. CJ432 Legal Aspects of Corrections CJ273 Legal Aspects of Law Enforcement Assistant Instructor: July 1996 August 1999: Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas. Doctoral Student/Instructor: September 1996-December 1998: College of Criminal Justice, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX. CJ261 Introduction to Criminal Justice CJ477 Special Topics in CJ - Police Administration NEW COURSE DEVELOPMENT In order to keep course offerings as topical and relevant as possible, I keep track of current trends and recommended offerings to match. The courses I have personally developed, including those that were web-assisted, (which included new lesson plans, research paper assignments, exams, etc).are: Undergraduate Courses CJ497 Forensic Science CJ497 International Terrorism CJ497 Racial Profiling CJ497 Juvenile Justice CJ497 White Collar Crime CJ497 Media and Crime CJ497 Forensic Psychology
4 CJ497 Forensic Science CJ497 Racial Profiling CJ497 International Terrorism CJ497 Critical Issues in Criminal Justice Graduate Courses CJ568 Seminar in Corrections (Graduate) CJ530 Seminar in Crime and Delinquency (Graduate) CJ597 Seminar in Police Civil Liability (Graduate) CJ597 Seminar in Police Management (Graduate) TEACHING INTERESTS Legal Aspects of Law Enforcement and Criminal Investigation, Policing, Forensic Investigation, Crime Profiling, Crime Analysis, Cybercrime, International Crime and Law Enforcement, and New Technology in Law Enforcement PUBLICATIONS Journal Articles, Presentations, and Book Reviews Dailey, Jeffrey D. and Rebecca Bond, Using DB2 V9.5 Auditing to Aid Law Enforcement in Cybercrime Investigations International DB2 Users Group Solution Journal, January, 2009 Dailey, Jeffrey D. Homeland Security Awareness Measures for Small Community Law Enforcement Agencies, paper presented at the national conference for the American Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, Massachusetts, March 10-14, Dailey, Jeffrey D. and Brian L. Withrow. A New Internal Benchmark for Measuring Racial Profiling, paper presented at the national Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting in Cincinnati, Ohio, March 11-15th, 2008, Dailey, Jeffrey D. Perceptions of Law Enforcement Administrators Regarding the Detection and Prosecution of Cyber-Criminals, a paper presented at the American Society of Criminology 2007 Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, November 14-18, Dailey, Jeffrey D. An Assessment of Technology-Enhanced Training Instruction among Selected Law Enforcement Agencies, a paper presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Los Angeles, California, November 2, 2006.
5 Dailey, Jeffrey D. Distance Education among Small and Rural Law Enforcement Agencies, paper presented at the Southwestern Social Science Association Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, April 14, Dailey, Jeffrey D. The Frequency and Use of Digital Evidence Technology in Small- Town Policing, paper presented at the Southwestern Social Science Association Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, April 14, Dailey, Jeffrey D. Good Faith, Good Cops: The Road From Boyd to Evans and the Disappearing Exclusionary Rule, a paper presented at the Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice, Corpus Christi, Texas, September, Dailey, Jeffrey D. and Rolando del Carmen. A Look at Some Problems and Strengths of Community Supervision in Texas. Texas Probation. 11:2, April Dailey, Jeffrey D. Book Review. Police in Contradiction: The Evolution of the Police Function in Society. Police Forum. 4:3, July Dailey, Jeffrey D. Report on Law Enforcement Operations Relating to Small and Rural Police Agencies, paper presented to the Training and Simulation Subcommittee of the Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Action Group, Charlotte, NC. January, Dailey, Jeffrey D. A Study of the Effect of Cyber Crime on Rural Law Enforcement, paper presented at the National Institute of Justice Electronic Crime Conference, Washington, D.C. August, Dailey, Jeffrey D. An Examination of TASER and other Less-Lethal Weapons on Suspect Injuries, paper presented to the National Institute of Justice 2004 Less- Lethal Technologies Solicitation, Arlington, VA. March, del Carmen, Rolando, Katherine Bennett, and Jeffrey D. Dailey. State-Created Liberty Interest in Prisons: What the Court Giveth, the Court Also Taketh Away. Prison Journal. September, Withrow, Brian L., Jeffrey D. Dailey. (2010). Racial Profiling Revisited: New Court Cases. Submitted to Police Quarterly, March Withrow, Brian L. and Jeffrey D. Dailey. A Model of Circumstantial Corruptibility. Police Quarterly. 7:2, June Withrow, Brian L. and Jeffrey D. Dailey. A Model of Circumstantial Corruptibility, paper presented at the Association of Criminal Justice Sciences, Albuquerque, New Mexico, March, 1998.
6 Books and Book Chapters Singh, R.N. and J. Dailey. (2009). Honor Killing. In Encyclopedia of Gender and Society. Sage Publications. Dailey, Jeffrey D. (2007). The Impact of Technology-Enhanced Instruction on Policing. In The Handbook of Police Administration. James M. Ruiz (Ed.) Taylor & Francis. del Carmen, Rolando., Jeffrey D. Dailey, and Lance Emerson. (1999). Community Supervision: Law and Practice in Texas. Huntsville: Sam Houston University Press. Malik, S., R. N. Singh, and J. Doug Dailey. (2008). Human Rights of Female Prisoners: Comparative Notes on India and the United States. New Delhi: Indo American Books. Singh, R.N. and J. Dailey. (2009). Society. Sage Publications. Dowry/Daaj. In Encyclopedia of Gender and Withrow, Brian L., Jeffrey D. Dailey. (2004). Managing Corruption in the Community Era. In Contemporary Policing: Controversies, Challenges and Solutions. Quint Thurman and Jihong Zhao, (Eds.) Roxbury. Works in Progress Dailey, Jeffrey D., Principal Investigator, Research Grant Awarded by the Texas A&M University-Commerce in August of 2008 to study Female Inmate Sexual Abuse: A National Review, Research study includes hiring of two student workers, collecting data, and writing a report due by June of I plan to publish at least one to two papers based on this study. Dailey, Jeffrey D. The Nature and Extent of Technology-Enhanced Instruction Among Small and Rural Law Enforcement Agencies, submitted to Police Quarterly. Dailey, Jeffrey D. Web-based Distance Education: Experiences and Perceptions of Law Enforcement Officers, submitted to Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture. Dailey, Jeffrey D. A Descriptive Analysis of Self-Report Surveys Relating to Delinquency. Dailey, Jeffrey D., R. N. Singh, and Louis R. Lufkin, Perceived Effectiveness of Homeland Security Measures in Rural Areas, submitted to Criminal Justice Policy Review. Dailey, Jeffrey D. Cybercrime: The Challenges Facing Law Enforcement Today Dailey, Jeffrey D. Online Learning for Law Enforcement Officers, Facts and Myths
7 Dailey, Jeffrey D. and Rebecca Bond Defending Law Enforcement s IT Systems SPECIALIZED EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND CERTIFICATIONS Pilot s Certificate, July Manassas Airport, Manassas, Virginia. Range Officer Firearms Course, July Key West Naval Base, Key West, Florida. Basic Data Recovery Class, October, National White Collar Crime Center, Fairmont, WV. Advanced Data Recovery Class, June, National White Collar Crime Center, Fairmont, WV. PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. American Society of Criminology. American Correctional Association. Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice. Texas Association of Crime and Intelligence Analysts. REFERENCES Dr. Chuck Keenan, Professor Department of Psychology Texas A&M University-Commerce P.O. Box 3011 Commerce, TX Dr. Brian L. Withrow, Professor School of Community Affairs Wichita State University 1845 N. Fairmount Drive Wichita, Kansas
8 Dr. Kenneth Clinton, Professor Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice Texas A&M University-Commerce P.O. Box 3011 Commerce, TX Dr. Tom Reed, Professor College of Justice and Safety Police Studies Eastern Kentucky University 521 Lancaster Ave. Richmond, KY (859)