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1 CURRICULUM VITAE Jennifer Wareham Campus Address: Department of Criminal Justice Phone Number: (313) Wayne State University Fax: (313) Faculty/Administration Building Detroit, MI Education: Ph.D. (2005). Criminology, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL Graduate Certificate. (2003). Geographic Information Systems (GIS), University of South Florida, Tampa, FL M.A. (2001). Criminology, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL B.A. (1998). Criminology, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Current Position: Associate Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI (Appointment date: August 18, 2011.) Previous Positions: Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI Statistician, Department of Criminology, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL (Center for Substance Abuse Treatment [CSAT] grant #TI12834.) Statistician, Department of Criminology, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL (Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention [OJJDP] grant #2001-JR-BX-0004.) Research Assistant, Research & Planning Department, Hillsborough County Sheriff s Office, Department of Criminology, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL Graduate Assistant, Department of Criminology, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL Areas of Interest: Family, Peer and Neighborhood Causes of Crime; Criminological Theories; Integration of Psychological and Sociological Theories; Juvenile Justice/ Corrections; Research Methods; Quantitative Analysis; Spatial Analysis Honors/Awards: Distinguished Alumni Award, Department of Criminology, University of South Florida, (2012) SAGE Junior Faculty Professional Development Teaching Award, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS), Award: $700, (2009) Outstanding Masters Thesis Prize Nominee, University of South Florida (Spring 2001)

2 2 SCHOLARSHIP Peer Reviewed Publications: 1) Cochran, John K., Jennifer Wareham, Peter B. Wood, & Bruce J. Arneklev. (2002). Is the school attachment/commitment-delinquency relationship spurious? An exploratory test of arousal theory. Journal of Crime and Justice, 25(2), ) Dembo, Richard, Jennifer Wareham, & James Schmeidler. (2005). Evaluation of the impact of a policy change on a diversion program [Special issue]. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 41(3), ) Dembo, Richard, Jennifer Wareham, & James Schmeidler. (2005). Evaluation of the impact of a policy change on diversion program recidivism [Special issue]. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 41(3), ) Dembo, Richard, Jennifer Wareham, Thomas N. Chirikos, & James Schmeidler. (2005). Economic impact on the justice system from reductions in diversion program funding [Special issue]. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 41(3), ) Dembo, Richard, Jennifer Wareham, James Schmeidler, & Thomas N. Chirikos. (2005). Evaluation of the impact of a policy change on diversion program recidivism and justice system costs: 12-month follow-up [Special issue]. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 41(3), ) Wareham, Jennifer, John K. Cochran, Richard Dembo, & Christine S. Sellers. (2005). Community, strain, and delinquency: A test of a multi-level model of general strain theory. Western Criminology Review, 6(1), ) Poythress, Norman G., Richard Dembo, Jennifer Wareham, & Paul E. Greenbaum. (2006). Construct validity of the Youth Psychopathic features Inventory (YPI) and the Antisocial Process Screening Device (APSD) with justice-involved adolescents. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 33(1), ) Dembo, Richard, Jennifer Wareham, Norman Poythress, Brittany Cook, & James Schmeidler. (2006). The correlates and consequences of drug involvement among youth entering a juvenile diversion program. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, 15(4), ) Dembo, Richard, Jennifer Wareham, & Norman G. Poythress. (2006). Introduction: AIW special issue [Special issue]. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 43(4), ) Poythress, Norman G., Richard Dembo, Gary Dudell, & Jennifer Wareham. (2006). Arbitration Intervention Worker (AIW) services: Case management overlay in a juvenile diversion program [Special issue]. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 43(4), ) Dembo, Richard, Jennifer Wareham, Norman G. Poythress, Brittany Cook, & James Schmeidler. (2006). The impact of Arbitration Intervention Services on arbitration program completion [Special issue]. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 43(4),

3 3 12) Dembo, Richard, Jennifer Wareham, Norman G. Poythress, Brittany Cook, & James Schmeidler. (2006). The impact of Arbitration Intervention Services on psychosocial functioning: A follow-up study [Special issue]. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 43(4), ) Dembo, Richard, Jennifer Wareham, Norman G. Poythress, Brittany Cook, & James Schmeidler. (2006). The impact of Arbitration Intervention Services on youth recidivism: One-year follow-up [Special issue]. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 43(4), ) Wareham, Jennifer, & Richard Dembo. (2007). A longitudinal study of psychological functioning among juvenile offenders: A latent growth model analysis. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 34(2), ) Dembo, Richard, Jennifer Wareham, & James Schmeidler. (2007). Drug use and delinquent behavior: A growth model of parallel processes among high-risk youths. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 34(5), ) Dembo, Richard, Jennifer Wareham, Norman Poythress, Kathleen Meyers, Brittany Cook, & James Schmeidler. (2007). Continuities in problem behavior among high risk youths. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, 16(4), ) Dembo, Richard, Jennifer Wareham, & James Schmeidler. (2007). A longitudinal study of cocaine use among juvenile arrestees. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, 17(1), ) Dembo, Richard, Jennifer Wareham, Norman Poythress, Kathleen Meyers, & James Schmeidler. (2008). Psychosocial functioning problems over time among high risk youths: A latent class transition analysis. Crime & Delinquency, 54(4), ) Dembo, Richard, Wansley Walters, Jennifer Wareham, Catherimarty Burgos, James Schmeidler, Robert Hoge, & Lee Underwood. (2008). Evaluation of an innovative Post-Arrest Diversion program: 12-month recidivism analysis. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 47(4), ) Wareham, Jennifer, Richard Dembo, Norman G. Poythress, Kristina Childs, & James Schmeidler. (2009). A latent class factor approach to identifying subtypes of juvenile diversion youths based on psychopathic features. Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 27, ) Wareham, Jennifer, Denise Paquette Boots, & Jorge M. Chavez. (2009). A test of social learning and intergenerational transmission among batterers. Journal of Criminal Justice, 37, ) Dembo, Richard, Steven Belenko, Kristina Childs, & Jennifer Wareham. (2009). Drug use and sexually transmitted disease among female and male arrested youths. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 32(2), ) Dembo, Richard, Belenko, Steven, Childs, Kristina, Wareham, Jennifer, & Schmeidler, James. (2009). Individual and community risk factors and sexually transmitted diseases among arrested youths: A two level analysis. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 32(4),

4 4 24) Wareham, Jennifer, Denise Paquette Boots, & Jorge M. Chavez. (2009). Social learning theory and intimate violence among men participating in a family violence intervention program. Journal of Crime & Justice, 32(1), ) Boots, Denise Paquette, & Wareham, Jennifer. (2009). An exploration of DSM-oriented scales in the prediction of criminal offending among urban American youths. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 36(8), ) Dembo, Richard, Jennifer Wareham, Paul E. Greenbaum, Kristina Childs, & James Schmeidler. (2009). Marijuana use among juvenile arrestees: A two-part growth model analysis. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, 18(4), ) Dembo, Richard, Childs, Kristina, Belenko, Steven, Schmeidler, James, & Wareham, Jennifer. (2009). Gender and racial differences in sexually transmitted diseases among justice-involved youths. Neurobehavioral HIV Medicine, 1, ) Boots, Denise Paquette, & Wareham, Jennifer. (2010). Does controlling for comorbidity matter? DSM-oriented scales and violent offending in Chicago youth. Aggressive Behavior, 36(3), ) Dembo, Richard, Belenko, Steven, Childs, Kristina, Greenbaum, Paul & Wareham, Jennifer. (2010). Gender differences in drug use, sexually transmitted diseases, and risky sexual behavior among arrested youths. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, 19(5), ) Lambert, Eric G., Hogan, Nancy L., Altheimer, Irshad, & Wareham, Jennifer. (2010). The effects of different aspects of supervision among female and male correctional staff: A preliminary study. Criminal Justice Review, 35(4), ) Boots, Denise Paquette, Wareham, Jennifer, & Weir, Henriikka*. (2011). Gendered perspectives on depression and antisocial behaviors: An extension of the failure model in adolescents. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 38(1), ) Wareham, Jennifer, & Boots, Denise Paquette. (2011). Gender differences in mental health problems and violence among Chicago youth. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 9(1), ) Childs, Kristina, Dembo, Richard, Belenko, Steven, Wareham, Jennifer, & Schmeidler, James. (2011). A comparison of individual-level and community-level predictors of marijuana and cocaine use among a sample of newly arrested juvenile offenders. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, 20(2), ) Wareham, Jennifer, & Boots, Denise Paquette. (2012). The link between mental health problems and youth violence in adolescence: A multilevel test of DSM-oriented problems. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 39(8), ) Dembo, Richard, Briones-Robinson, Rhissa, Barrett, Kimberly, Winters, Ken C., Ungaro, Rocio, Karas, Lora, Wareham, Jennifer, & Belenko, Steven. (2012). Psychosocial problems among truant youths: A multi-group, exploratory structural equation modeling analysis. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, 21(5),

5 5 36) Dembo, Richard, Briones-Robinson, Rhissa, Barrett, Kimberly, Ungaro, Rocio, Winters, Ken C., Belenko, Steven, Karas, Lora M., Gulledge, Laura, & Wareham, Jennifer. (forthcoming). Brief intervention for truant youth sexual risk behavior and marijuana use. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse. 37) Dembo, Richard, Briones-Robinson, Rhissa, Ungaro, Rocio, Barrett, Kimberly, Gulledge, Laura, Winters, Ken C., Belenko, Steven, Karas, Lora M., & Wareham, Jennifer. (forthcoming). Brief intervention for truant youth sexual risk behavior and alcohol use: A parallel process growth model analysis. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse. 38) Dembo, Richard, Briones-Robinson, Rhissa, Wareham, Jennifer, Schmeidler, James, Winters, Ken C., Barrett, Kimberly, Ungaro, Rocio, Karas, Lora M., & Belenko, Steven. (forthcoming). Impact of Brief Intervention Services on Drug Using Truant Youth Arrest Charges over Time. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse (WCAS R1). * Refers to graduate student mentored as co-author. Non-Peer Reviewed Publications: 1) Cohen, Donna, & Jennifer Wareham. (1998). Contemporary state statutes about assisted suicide. Journal of Mental Health and Aging, 4(1), ) Wareham, Jennifer, & Richard Dembo. (September/October 2004). The impact of case management intervention on diversion program completion: A clinical trial. Community Corrections Report on Law and Corrections Practice, 11(6), 69-70, ) Dembo, Richard, Jennifer Wareham, Norman Poythress, Brittany Cook, & James Schmeidler. (September/October 2006). The correlates and consequences of drug involvement among youths entering a juvenile justice diversion program. Offender Substance Abuse Report, VI(5), 65-66, Reprinted in Kevin Knight & David Farabee (Eds.). (2007). Treating addicted offenders: A continuum of effective practices, volume II. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute, Inc. 4) Wareham, Jennifer. (2008). Whitehead, J. T., & Lab, S. P. (2006). Juvenile Justice: An Introduction (5 th ed.). Cincinnati, OH: Anderson. 498 pp. [Review of the book Juvenile Justice: An Introduction]. Criminal Justice Review, 33(4), Book and Encyclopedia Chapters: 1) Boots, Denise Paquette, & Jennifer Wareham. (2013). A gendered view of violence. In Renzetti, Claire M., Susan L. Miller, & Angela R. Gover (Eds.), Routledge International Handbook of Crime and Gender Studies (pp ). New York: Routledge. Editorships/Guest Editorships of Journals/Books: 2005 Dembo, Richard, & Jennifer Wareham (Guest Eds.). (2005). The impact of a policy change on a diversion program: Unintended consequences of a misguided policy [Special issue]. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 41(3), Dembo, Richard, Jennifer Wareham, & Norman G. Poythress (Guest Eds.). (2006). AIW special issue [Special issue]. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 43(4),

6 6 Manuscripts under Review: Dembo, Richard, Briones-Robinson, Rhissa, Barrett, Kimberly, Ken Winters, Ungaro, Rocio, Karas, Lora, Belenko, Steven, & Wareham, Jennifer. The Validity of Truant Youths' Marijuana Use and Its Impact on Alcohol Use and Sexual Risk Taking. Manuscript submitted to Psychology of Addictive Behaviors. Smith, Brad W., Wareham, Jennifer, & Lambert, Eric G. An examination of community and organizational influences on law enforcement turnover. Manuscript submitted to Journal of Crime and Justice (RJCJ ). Manuscripts in Preparation: Technical Reports: Boots, Denise Paquette, & Wareham, Jennifer. An evaluation of program performance and recidivism for misdemeanor domestic batterer offenders in Dallas County. Manuscript in preparation. Dembo, Richard, Winters, Kenneth, Childs, Kristina, & Wareham, Jennifer. Psychosocial problems among truant youth: A multi-group, exploratory structural equation modeling analysis. Manuscript in preparation. Dembo, Richard, Briones-Robinson, Rhissa, Schmeidler, James, Wareham, Jennifer, Ungaro, Rocio, Winters, Ken C., Karas, Lora, Belenko, Steven, & Barrett, Kimberly. Brief Intervention Impact on Truant Youths' Drug Use: 18-Month Follow-Up. Manuscript in preparation. Wareham, Jennifer, Smith, Brad W., & Lambert, Eric G. Law enforcement turnover rates across geographic and agency type. Manuscript in preparation. 1) Bromley, Max L., John K. Cochran, Christine S. Sellers, Wilson R. Palacios, Jennifer Walgren & Jennifer Wareham. (2000). Final Report: Advancing Community Policing Beyond the Boundaries: A Multi-Jurisdictional Demonstration of Community Policing in Hillsborough County. Paper prepared for the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, U.S. Department of Justice. 2) Wareham, Jennifer. (2007, September). Spatial Distribution of the Offender Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Risk Project Youths. Unpublished manuscript. 3) Boots, Denise Paquette, Bartula, Aaron, & Wareham, Jennifer. (2010, November). Dallas County Court 10 Domestic Violence Batterer Intervention and Prevention Program (BIPP) Evaluation. Unpublished manuscript. 4) Boots, Denise Paquette, & Wareham, Jennifer. (2011, March). Mental Health and Violent Offending in Chicago Youth: A Multilevel Approach. A final report for the Data Resources Program: Funding for analysis of existing data. Submitted to the National Institute of Justice for Award No IJ-CX Unpublished manuscript. 5) Smith, Brad, Wareham, Jennifer, & Lambert, Eric. (2011, July). Community and Organizational Influences on Law Enforcement Retention and Turnover. A final report for the

7 7 Small Grants Research Program for Analysis of Crime and Justice Data. Submitted to the Bureau of Justice Statistics and the American Statistical Association. Unpublished manuscript. External Grants: Awarded (April 2009). Community and Organizational Influences on Law Enforcement Retention and Turnover. American Statistical Association (ASA)/Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) Small Grants Research Program for Analysis of Crime and Justice Data. ASA and BJS. Position: Co- Principal Investigator (PI: Brad Smith and Co-PI: Eric Lambert). Funding period: January December Amount requested: $32,469. Outcome: Funded $32,469. (January 2009). Mental Health and Violent Offending in Chicago Youth: A Multilevel Approach (Grant #: 2009-IJ-CX-0007). Data Resources Program 2009: Funding for the Analysis of Existing Data, National Institute of Justice, Department of Justice. Position: Co-Principal Investigator (PI: Denise Paquette Boots, University of Texas at Dallas). Funding period: January December Amount requested: $37,490. Outcome: Funded $37,490. Internal Grants: Awarded (January 2006). Social Structure and Social Learning in Intimate and Non-Intimate Violence Minority/Women Summer Grant Program, Wayne State University. Position: Principal Investigator. Funding period: May December Amount requested: $10,000. Outcome: Funded $10,000. (April 2009). Detroit Citizens Responses to Crime and Disorder. President s Research Enhancement Program in Urban Research, Wayne State University. Position: Principal Investigator (Co-PIs: Brad Smith and Irshad Altheimer). Funding period: June November Amount requested: $49,970. Outcome: Funded $49,970. External Grants: Submitted/Not Funded (August 2004). An Examination of Social Learning Theory and Attributions on Intimate Partner Violence: A Batterer s Perspective. Small grant proposal, National Consortium on Violence Research. Position: Co-Principal Investigator. (PI: Denise P. Boots, University of South Florida and Co-PI: Jorge M. Chavez, SUNY at Albany). Amount requested: $12,528. Outcome: Not funded. (March 2008). Citizens Formal and Informal Responses to Crime and Disorder. Crime and Justice Research solicitation (2008-NIJ-1730). National Institute of Justice. Position: Principal Investigator (Co-PIs: Brad Smith and Irshad Altheimer). Amount requested: $393,529. Outcome: Not funded. (February 2009). Identifying Neighborhood Level Protective and Promotive Factors for Youth Violence. Research Grants for Preventing Violence and Violence-Related Injury (R01). National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Position: Consultant. (PI: Jim Murdoch and Co-PI: Denise Paquette Boots, University of Texas at Dallas). Amount requested: $1,049,879. Outcome: Not funded. (April 2009). An Evaluation of a Comprehensive Model for Improving Outcomes for Hispanic/Latino Gang Members and At-Risk Youths in Southwest Detroit. Crime and Justice Research solicitation (NIJ ). National Institute of Justice. Position: Co-Principal Investigator

8 8 (PI: Angela Reyes, Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation; Co-PIs: Eric Lambert, Irshad Altheimer, and Jorge Chinea). Amount requested: $282,942. Outcome: Not funded. (July 2009). Perceptions of Social Problems and Social Control among Hispanic Residents of Southwest Detroit. Building and Enhancing Criminal Justice Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships solicitation (CFDA No ). National Institute of Justice. Position: Principal Investigator (Co-PIs: Eric Lambert, Brad Smith, and Irshad Altheimer; Co-PI: Angela Reyes, Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation). Amount requested: $112,405. Outcome: Not funded. (January 2010) Assessing Temporal Trends in Police and Prosecutorial Resource Allocation: A Growth Model Approach. American Statistical Association (ASA)/Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) Small Grants Research Program for Analysis of Crime and Justice Data. ASA and BJS. Position: Principal Investigator (Co-PI: Brad Smith and Malcolm D. Holmes, University of Wyoming). Amount requested: $33,577. Outcome: Not funded. (January 2010). Risk and Protective Factors Contributing to Violence among Urban Dallas Youth. Research Grants for Preventing Violence and Violence-Related Injury (R01). National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Position: Co- Principal Investigator. (PI: Denise Paquette Boots, University of Texas at Dallas). Amount requested: $1,179,651. Outcome: Not funded. (March 2010). Citizens Formal and Informal Responses to Crime and Disorder [resubmission]. Crime and Justice Research and Evaluation: Investigator-Initiated solicitation (SL# ). National Institute of Justice. Position: Principal Investigator (Co-PIs: Brad Smith and Irshad Altheimer). Amount requested: $341,664. Outcome: Not funded. (April 2010). Perceptions of Social Problems and Social Control among Hispanic Residents of Southwest Detroit [resubmission]. Building and Enhancing Criminal Justice Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships solicitation (SL# ). National Institute of Justice. Position: Co-Principal Investigator (PI: Yuning Wu; Co-PIs: Eric Lambert, Brad Smith, and Irshad Altheimer, Angela Reyes, Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation). Amount requested: $161,371. Outcome: Not funded. Internal Grants: Submitted/Not Funded (February 2007). The Effect of Family Attachment and Peer Influence on Drug Use among Youth Minority/Women Summer Grant Program, Wayne State University. Position: Principal Investigator. Amount requested: $10,000. Outcome: Not funded. (December 2007). Noxious Networks: A Study of the Impact of Friends Behavior on Adolescents University Research Grant Program, Wayne State University. Position: Principal Investigator. Amount requested: $10,000. Outcome: Not funded. Professional Presentations: 1) Wareham, J., Sellers, C. S., & Cochran, J. K. (2001). Community, strain, and delinquency: A test of a multi-level model of general strain theory. Presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, Georgia.

9 9 2) Dembo, R., Wareham, J., & Schmeidler, J. (2002). Evaluation of the impact of a policy change in a diversion program on youth recidivism: A natural experiment. Presentation at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois. 3) Dembo, R., Wareham, J., Schmeidler, J., & Chirikos, T. (2003). Evaluation of the impact of a policy change on diversion program recidivism and justice agency costs: One year follow up. Presentation at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Denver, Colorado. 4) Sellers, C. S., Verrill, S. W., & Wareham, J. (2004). Social structure and social learning: The impact of community factors on the learning of delinquent behavior. Poster board presentation at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Nashville, Tennessee. 5) Wareham, J., Dembo, R., & Cochran, J. K. (2005). The conditioning effects of personality and psychopathic features: A test of general strain theory. Poster board presentation at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 6) Boots, D. P., Wareham, J., & Chavez, J. (2006). A test of social learning theory among domestic batterers. Presentation at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Los Angeles, California. 7) Dembo, R., Wareham, J., & Childs, K. (2006). Delinquent behavior trajectories among escalating and desisting youths in a high-risk sample. Presentation at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Los Angeles, California. 8) Dembo, R., Childs, K., & Wareham, J. (2007). Family criminality and delinquent behavior: A growth model of parallel processes. Presentation at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, Georgia. 9) Boots, D. P., & Wareham, J. (2008). The impact of mental health problems on violent offending over the lifecourse in PHDCN youth. Presentation at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, St. Louis, Missouri. 10) Wareham, J., Dembo, R., & Belenko, S. (2008). Spatial distribution of sexually transmitted infections among juvenile offenders. Presentation at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, St. Louis, Missouri. 11) Boots, D. P., & Wareham, J. (2009). Gender differences in the impact of mental health problems on future offending over the lifecourse in PHDCN youth. Presentation at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, Massachusetts. 12) Altheimer, I., Wareham, J., Lambert, E., & Hogan, N. (2009). The effects of different aspects of supervision among female and male correctional staff: A preliminary study. Presentation at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, Massachusetts. 13) Weir, H., Boots, D. P., & Wareham, J. (2009). The relationship between depression and antisocial behavior in PHDCN girls. Poster board presentation at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 14) Weir, H., Boots, D. P., & Wareham, J. (2010). Gendered perspectives on depression. Presentation at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Diego, California.

10 10 15) Boots, D. P., & Wareham, J. (2010). Community, social problems, mental health and antisocial behavior among PHDCN youth: A multilevel study. Project in Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods: Aspects of acculturation and resilience. Presentation at The NIJ Conference, Washington, District of Columbia. 16) Weir, H., Wareham, J., & Boots, D. P. (2010). Gendered perspectives on depression and antisocial behaviors in adolescent PHDCN youth. Presentation at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, California. 17) Bartula, A. L., Boots, D. P., & Wareham, J. (2010). An evaluation of one domestic violence court s program performance and recidivism outcomes. Presentation at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, California. 18) Wareham, J. (2010). Workshop: How to overcome barriers to academic and practitioner collaboration on research. Workshop presentation at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, California. 19) Boots, D. P., & Wareham, J. (2010). Community, social problems, mental health and antisocial behavior among PHDCN youth: A multilevel study. Invited to present as part of Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhood: Aspects of Acculturation and Resilience panel at the annual National Institute of Justice meeting, Arlington, Virginia. 20) Boots, D. P., & Wareham, J. (2011). Examining the role of mental health problems on antisocial behavior among PHDCN youth: A consideration of multi-level factors. Presentation at the Evelyn M. Duvall Family Studies Institute Conference, Sarasota, Florida. 21) Boots, D. P., & Wareham, J. (2011). Examining the impact of mental health problems on antisocial behavior among PHDCN youth: Multi-level consideration. Presentation at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 22) Smith, B. W., Wareham, J., & Lambert, E. (2011). Community and organizational influences on law enforcement retention and turnover. Poster board presentation at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 23) Boots, D. P., Wareham, J., Bartula, A. L., & Canas, R. (2011, July). Program performance and recidivism outcomes for misdemeanor domestic violence offenders in Dallas County Court 10. Invited speaker: Boots. Presentation at 3 rd Annual Effective Work with Batterers Conference, Dallas, TX. 24) Boots, D. P., Wareham, J & Canas, R. (2011, August). Batterer program performance and recidivism outcomes for Dallas County misdemeanor domestic violence offenders. Invited speaker: Boots. Presentation at the Domestic Violence Prevention Council, Dallas, TX. 25) Wareham, J., & Boots, D. P. (2011). A latent class factor approach to identifying subtypes in mental health among PHDCN youth. Poster board presentation at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C. 26) Wareham, J., & Boots, D. P. (2012). Self-control theory s stability hypothesis: Exploring the link between self-control and delinquency. Poster board presentation at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, New York, NY.

11 11 27) Wareham, J., Blackwell, B. S., & Berry, B. (2012). Using factorial vignettes to study the influence of physical appearance. Presentation at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois. 28) Boots, D. P., & Wareham, J. (2012). Serial killers and their victims: A content analysis of media and scholarly reports on serial homicide. Poster board presentation at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois. Other Presentations: 1) Boots, D. P., & Wareham, J. (April 2002). The over-representation of minority youth in the Florida juvenile justice system: Causes and correlates. Presented at the Educational Connections Campaign Mock Legislative Hearing of the National Center on Crime and Delinquency, Tallahassee, Florida. 2) Wareham, J., & Smith, B. (January 2008). Starting and completing the master s essay. Presented at Department of Criminal Justice, Detroit, Michigan. 3) Boots, D. P., Wareham, J., & Bartula, A. L. (2011, May). Evaluation of County Court 10: Program performance and recidivism outcomes for domestic violence offenders. Invited speaker: Boots. Paper presented before court, law enforcement, corrections, and probation personnel in Dallas County for Judge Roberto Canas, Dallas, TX. TEACHING Undergraduate: Graduate: Criminological Theories (CRJ 4000: W & F 2006, W & F 2007, W, S/S, & F 2008, W & F 2009, F 2010, F 2011[x2], W 2012, F 2012) Research Methods (CRJ 4860: F 2005, W & F 2006, W & F 2007, F 2008, F 2009, F 2010, S 2011, F 2011, F 2012) Delinquency and Justice (CRJ 7220: W 2011 web) Master s Capstone Seminar in Criminal Justice (CRJ 7870: F 2012) Nature of Crime (CRJ 7020: W 2008, W 2009) Perspectives on Criminology and Criminal Justice (CRJ 7000: F 2007, F 2008) Research Methods in Criminal Justice (CRJ 7860: W 2010, W 2011, W 2012) Directed Study (CRJ 7990) Master s Essay Advisor: 1. Steven Campbell, May 2008, Assessing the Effects of Adult Drug Treatment Programs on Incarcerated Criminal Offenders. 2. Mary Shenouda, May 2008, Psychopathy and the Criminal Justice System. 3. Shawn Horvath, December 2008, Treatment Programs for Delinquent Children Involved in the Foster Care System. 4. Stephan Smith, August 2009, Bullying in the School Setting and Its Relationship with School Violence. 5. Annie B. Bugaj, May 2010, Methamphetamine: An Analysis of Substance Abuse in Rural Communities. 6. Joanna E. Stelnicki, May 2011, Issues with Prescription Opioid Medication. 7. Sonia Chenault, August 2011, Not Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice. 8. Khari Hatchett, August 2012, Race and General Strain Theory. 9. Natalie Whittal, In progress

12 Susan Dibbley, In progress 11. Elisa Viviano, In progress 12. Shannon Casey, In progress 13. Loren Shiener, In progress 14. Brandi Stanley, In progress Master s Theses/Analytical Paper: 1. Jessica N. Mitchell, November 2009, Power-Control Theory: An Examination of Private and Public Patriarchy, Criminology at University of South Florida, M.A. Committee Member 2. Henriikka Weir, March 2010, The Relationship between Depression and Antisocial Behavior in PHDCN Girls, Criminology Program at University of Texas at Dallas, M.S. Committee Member 3. Jay P. Kennedy, August 2010, Examining the Impact of Ethics Education on business Students Perceptions of White-Collar Crime, Committee Chair 4. Brie Diamond, anticipated defense May 2010, In progress, Criminology Program at University of Texas at Dallas, M.S. Committee Member 5. Sarah El Sayed, In progress, Criminology Program at University of Texas at Dallas, M.S. Committee Member Doctoral Dissertations Departmental Service: PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Chair, Ad Hoc Strategic Plan Review Committee ( ) Chair, Undergraduate Committee (2011-present) Member, Chair Search Committee ( ) Member, Faculty Search Committee ( , ) Member, Graduate Committee (2006-present) Member, Personnel and Policy Committee ( ) Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee ( ) Member, Salary Committee ( , ) Member, Undergraduate Committee ( , ) Reviewer, Departmental Program Review report (2006) Member, Advisory Board of the Gender, Sexuality, and Women s Studies program (2012- present) College Service: Member, Technology Committee, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences ( ) Member, Academic Misbehavior Committee Panel, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (2010-present) University Service: Reviewer, Graduate-Professional Scholarship competition, The Graduate School (2009) Member, University Research Grant committee, Social Sciences & Law Subcommittee ( ) Professional Service:

13 13 Committee Member, Donal MacNamara Award for Outstanding Journal Publication for Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS), Chair: Kim Lersch; Other Members: Delores Jones- Brown, Michael Reisig, Steve Tibbetts, L. Thomas Winfree (2008/09) Committee Member, Ad Hoc Committee on Criminologists Working Outside of Academia, Division on Women and Crime, American Society of Criminology (2010) Committee Chair, The Michael C. Braswell/Anderson Publishing Outstanding Student Paper Award for Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS); Other Members: Allison Cotton, Kimberly Lersch, Kristina Childs (2010/11) Editorial Board Member, Criminal Justice and Behavior (Nov present) Editorial Board Member, Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice (Feb present) Ad Hoc Reviewer: Asian Journal of Criminology (2011=1; 2012=1) Crime & Delinquency (2007=1, 2008=1, 2011=1) Crime Mapping: A Journal of Research and Practice (2008=1, 2012=1) Criminal Justice and Behavior (2008=1, 2010=1, 2011=2, 2012=2) Criminal Justice Review (2009=1) Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (2009=2, 2010=2, 2011=2) Journal of Crime & Justice (2009=1) Journal of Criminal Justice (2007=1) Journal of Offender Rehabilitation (2005=1, 2006=1, 2012=1) Journal of Quantitative Criminology (2011=1) Justice Quarterly (2006=1) Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice (2011=1, 2012=2) Textbook Review: Research Methods in Criminal Justice: A Student-Oriented Approach, McGraw-Hill Publishing (October 2007, February 2008) Criminological Theory (4 th ed.), SAGE (May 2009) Introducing Criminological Thinking: Maps, Theories, and Understanding, SAGE (November 2011) External Mentor, University of Texas at Dallas for Denise Paquette Boots, Assistant Professor (January ) Community Service/Professional Consultation: Research Consultant, Family Violence Program, The Spring of Tampa Bay, Inc., Consultant. (2005). Research Consultant, Post Arrest Diversion Program (PAD) and Young Offender Project (YOP) (OJJDP grant #2002-RG-CX-0011), Miami-Dade Juvenile Assessment Center, Miami, FL (October ). GIS Research Consultant, STI/HIV Risk, Services, and Drug Use for Young Arrestees (National Institute on Drug Abuse grant # DA020346), PIs: Steven Belenko and Richard Dembo, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL (July - August 2007) Professional Affiliations: Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences American Society of Criminology Division on Women and Crime (ASC division) CONTINUING EDUCATION/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT April SUNY Symposium on Crime & Lifecourse Research. National Consortium on Violence Research. Albany, NY.

14 14 June Quantitative Methods of Social Research Workshop. Introduction to CrimeStat 3.0. (Competitive Admission). University of Michigan, Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR). Instructor: Ronald Wilson. East Lansing, Michigan. July Quantitative Methods of Social Research Workshop. Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods. (Competitive Admission). University of Michigan, Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR). Instructor: Stephen Raudenbush. Ann Arbor, Michigan. March 10-11, ACJS Professional Development Teaching Workshop. Presented at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, Massachusetts. ISI Citations (03/07/11): Self = 7 Others = 36 Total = 43 Harzing s PP (03/07/11): Papers: 36 h-index: 5 Citations: 112 g-index: 9 Years: 7 e-index: 6.56

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