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1 John Ortiz Smykla Director and Professor School of Criminology and Criminal Justice Florida Atlantic University SO Glades Road Boca Raton, FL Voice: FAX: EDUCATION B.A., Sociology (1969), M.A. (1970), Sociology, California State University, Northridge, CA Ph.D. (1977), Interdisciplinary Social Science, School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI., Dissertation: A Phenomenological Analysis of the Social Environment in a Coed Prison EMPLOYMENT Tenured Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Florida Atlantic University, 2014 to present Tenured Distinguished University Professor, University of West Florida, 2010 to 2014 Tenured Professor of Criminal Justice, University of West Florida, Pensacola, 2005 to 2010 Tenured Professor of Political Science and Criminal Justice, University of South Alabama, Mobile, 2002 to 2005 Tenured Professor of Criminal Justice, University of Alabama, 1986 to 2002, with appointments in Women s Studies, Latin American Studies, and UA s nontraditional DPA program in Montgomery Visiting Professor of Criminal Justice, Jefferson State Community College, Birmingham, AL, Fall 2000 Adjunct Professor, The Union Institute, Columbus, OH, 1995 to 1998 Visiting Professor, Department of Justice Studies, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Fall 1994 & Spring 1998 Associate ( ; tenured 1981), Assistant ( ) Professor of Criminal Justice, University of Alabama Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, Sociology and Social Work, Aurora College, Aurora, IL, ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS Director School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Florida Atlantic University, 2014 to present. Principal responsibilities: Lead the School s planning efforts; develop goals within the framework set by the College and University; develop and administer resources and facilities necessary to support the research and creative work of the faculty; manage operations and propose and manage the School s budget; plan, organize and lead effective School meetings; ensure the School is run in a professional, responsible and effective way; develop and implement external funding efforts; represent the School, College and University to external constituents; lead the development of assessment of scholarly work and teaching; evaluate faculty performance; supervise the graduate and undergraduate coordinators with course scheduling, class assignments, and curricular development; serve on the Dean s executive committee and liaison between faculty and the Dean 1

2 Chair Criminal Justice and Legal Studies, University of West Florida, Pensacola, Principal responsibilities: leadership for undergraduate programs in criminal justice and legal studies, and joint criminal justice/social work at UWF main (Pensacola) and two branch campuses (Ft. Walton Beach and Marianna); online MSCJ; academic program development; faculty and staff recruitment, development, review, and workload assignments; fiscal management; department recommendations on salary, tenure, promotion, and sabbatical leave; course scheduling; and develop articulation agreements with community colleges. Raised $225,000 from private donors to convert a classroom into a high tech/state of the art mock trial courtroom, Chair Political Science and Criminal Justice, University of South Alabama, Mobile, Principal responsibilities: leadership for undergraduate programs in political science, criminal justice, international studies, and public administration and resident graduate MPA at USA main (Mobile) and branch campus in Baldwin County; Center for Public Policy and USA Polling Group; academic program development; faculty and staff recruitment, review, development, and workload assignments; fiscal management; department recommendations on salary, tenure, promotion, and sabbatical leave; and course scheduling. Director of Graduate Studies, Criminal Justice, University of Alabama, Principal responsibilities: program recruitment and administration of resident and off-campus masters of science and scheduling of courses for candidates in the criminal justice Interdisciplinary Social Science Ph.D. Chair Criminal Justice, University of Alabama, , Principal responsibilities: leadership for undergraduate program in criminal justice, residential and nontraditional masters of science, and the curriculum for criminal justice candidates in the Interdisciplinary Social Science Ph.D.; program development; faculty recruitment, review, development, and workload assignments; fiscal management; department recommendations on salary, tenure, promotion, and sabbatical leave; and course scheduling. Chair Criminal Justice, Sociology and Social Work, Aurora College, Administrative responsibility for a small affiliated faculty. SCHOLARSHIP: BOOKS Co-corrections: Case study of a coed federal prison. Washington, DC: University Press of America. (Rev (Ed.). Coed prison. New York: Human Sciences Press. (Foreword by Edith Flynn, Professor Emeritus, Northeastern University) Community-based corrections: Principles and practices. New York: Macmillan. (Foreword by Diane Gordon, former President, National Council on Crime and Delinquency) Probation and parole: Crime control in the community. New York: Macmillan Intermediate sanctions: Sentencing in the 90s. (Cincinnati, OH: Anderson. (1 st author with W. Selke). ACJS/Anderson Issues in Crime and Justice Series. (Foreword by Dean Champion) Corrections in the 21st century. New York, NY: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill. (2 nd author with F. Schmalleger). Extensive online supplements at (Authors names listed in alphabetical order and do not reflect precedence or involvement.) Corrections in the 21st century, Second Edition Corrections in the 21st century, Third Edition Corrections in the 21st century, Fourth Edition Corrections in the 21st century, Fifth Edition Corrections in the 21st century, Sixth Edition Corrections in the 21st century, Seventh Edition Probation, parole and community-based corrections: Supervision, treatment and evidence-based practices. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. (2 nd author with G. Bayens). Extensive online 2

3 supplements at (Authors names listed in alphabetical order and do not reflect precedence or involvement.) Offender reentry: Rethinking criminology and criminal justice. Boston, MA: Jones & Bartlett. (with M. Crow). Extensive online supplements at (2 nd author with M. Crow; Authors names listed in alphabetical order and do not reflect precedence or involvement.) A text/reader of 17 chapters authored by academic and agency researchers on reentry challenges and opportunities. Foreword by the Honorable M. Casey Rodgers, Chief Judge, United States District Court, Northern District of Florida. SCHOLARSHIP: REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES Blaming our children: Problems with the Alabama juvenile code governing children in need of supervision. Social Perspectives 5(2): (1 st author with E. Folts) Coed corrections in the United States: A look at theory, practice, and research issues. Howard Journal of Penology and Crime Prevention 18: Does coed prison work? Prison Journal 59: The incidence of learning disabilities and mental retardation in children under the jurisdiction of the juvenile court. Journal of Criminal Justice 9: (1 st author with T. Willis) Citizen awareness in crime prevention: Do they really get involved? Journal of Police Science & Administration 9: (2nd author with W. Formby; Authors names listed in alphabetical order and do not reflect precedence or involvement.) The model muddle in corrections. Criminal Justice & Behavior 9: (Guggenheim Foundation Support) Impact of home detention: A less restrictive alternative to the secure detention of juveniles. Juvenile and Family Court Journal 33(2): Lowering the jurisdictional age of the juvenile court: Problems and prospects of simple solutions. Law and Psychology Review 7: Effects of a prison facility on the regional economy. Journal of Criminal Justice 12: (1 st author with D. Cheng, C. Ferguson, C. Trent, B. French, & A. Watters; policy evaluation at the request of former Alabama Governor Fob James) Attitudes and perceptions toward drinking and driving: A simulation of citizen awareness. Journal of Police Science & Administration 12: (2 nd author with W. Formby; Authors names listed in alphabetical order and do not reflect precedence or involvement.) Critique concerning prediction in probation and parole: Some alternative suggestions. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 30: The human impact of capital punishment: Interviews with families of persons on death row. Journal of Criminal Justice 15: Placing Uruguayan corrections in context, : A note on the visiting criminologist s role. Journal of Criminal Justice 17: War and capital punishment. Journal of Criminal Justice 18 (3): (2 nd author with V. Schneider; Authors names listed in alphabetical order and do not reflect precedence or involvement.) Criminal procedure in Uruguay, South America: A test of the universal applicability of Ingraham s six stages of criminal procedure. Journal of Criminal Justice 21 (6): (2 nd author with E. Smykla; Authors names listed in alphabetical order and do not reflect precedence or involvement.) Guidelines for police undercover work: New questions about accreditation and the emphasis of procedure over authorization. Justice Quarterly 11 (1): (2 nd author with H. Hamilton; Authors names listed in alphabetical order and do not reflect precedence or involvement.) 3

4 1995. Is master s thesis a requirement for admission into Ph.D. program? A survey of doctoral programs in criminal justice and criminology. Journal of Criminal Justice Education 6 (1): Co-corrections in the United State of America, : Two decades of disadvantages for women offenders. Women & Criminal Justice 8 (1): (1 st author with J. Williams) Jail type and inmate behavior: A longitudinal analysis. Federal Probation, 61(3): (3 rd author with G. Bayens and J. Williams) The attitudes of criminal justice workgroups toward intensive supervised probation. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 22(2): (3 rd author with G. Bayens and M. Manske; Authors names listed in alphabetical order and do not reflect precedence or involvement.) The Impact of the New Penology on ISP: A Research Note, Criminal Justice Review, 23(1): (3 rd author with G. Bayens and M. Manske; Authors names listed in alphabetical order and do not reflect precedence or involvement.) Present and Presenting: An Exploratory Analysis of Panel Attendance and Participation at the 1997 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Criminal Justice Review, 24(1): (4 th author with D. Hale, T. Austin and C. Firey; Authors names listed in alphabetical order and do not reflect precedence or involvement.) Juvenile drug courts: Understanding the importance of dimensional variability. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 14(3): (2 nd author with J. Sloan; Authors names listed in alphabetical order and do not reflect precedence or involvement.) 2005 Do juvenile drug courts reduce recidivism? Outcomes of drug court and an adolescent substance abuse program. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 29(1): (2 nd author with J. Sloan and J. Rush) Drunk and alone in a K-Mart parking lot: The pedagogy of simulation and contemporary attitudes toward drinking and driving. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 19(3): (4 th author with M. Crow, K. Tatum, R. Hough, J. Mosley; Authors names listed in alphabetical order and do not reflect precedence or involvement.) A mixed methods analysis of methodological orientation in national and regional criminology and criminal justice journals. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 24(4): (2 nd author with M. Crow; Authors names listed in alphabetical order and do not reflect precedence or involvement.) An examination of author characteristics in national and regional criminology and criminal justice journals, : Are female scholars changing the nature of publishing in criminology and criminal justice? American Journal of Criminal Justice, 40(2): (2 nd author with M. Crow; Authors names listed in alphabetical order and do not reflect precedence or involvement.) SCHOLARSHIP: BOOK CHAPTERS (Revised 1996).Coed corrections. In V.L. Williams (Ed.), Dictionary of American penology. Westport, CT: Greenwood Problems with research in co-corrections. In J.O. Smykla (Ed.), Coed prison (pp ). New York: Human Sciences Press Annotated bibliography in co-corrections. In J.O. Smykla (Ed.), Coed prison (pp ). New York: Human Sciences Press Impact of co-corrections. In S. Zimmerman and H. Miller (Eds.), Corrections at the crossroads: Designing policy (pp ). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage. (University of Alabama Research grants support; ACJS selected papers volume) Community service sentencing: Moving from the 70s to the 80s. In C. Eskridge (Ed.), Communitybased alternatives: A reader. Lexington, MA: Ginn. (1 st author with W. Selke) Legal mandates: The impact of court rulings on promoting changes in prison. In J.W. Murphy and J. E. Dison (Eds.), Twenty years of correctional reform: Are prisons any better? (pp ). 4

5 Beverly Hills, CA: Sage. (2 nd author with D. Peck; Authors names listed in alphabetical order and do not reflect precedence or involvement.) Alcohol and drug use in death row inmate families. In B. Forster and J. Salloway (Eds.), The sociocultural matrix of alcohol and drug use. (pp ). New York: Edwin Mellen Press A summary analysis of Executions in the United States, : The Espy file. In R. Bohm (Ed.), The death penalty in America: Current research. (pp. 1-19). Cincinnati, OH: Anderson. (1 st author with V. Schneider) Coed prisons: Should we try it (Again)? Yes. In C.B. Fields (Ed.), Controversial issues in corrections. (pp ). Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon Correctional privatization and the myth of inherent efficiency. In R. E. Bohm and J. T. Walker (Eds.), Demystifying crime and criminal justice. Los Angeles, CA: Roxbury (2 nd author with C. Blakely; Authors names listed in alphabetical order and do not reflect precedence or involvement.) Correctional privatization and the myth of inherent efficiency. In R. E. Bohm and J. T. Walker (Eds.), Demystifying crime and criminal justice, 2nd edition. (pp ). Los Angeles, CA: Roxbury (2 nd author with C. Blakely; Authors names listed in alphabetical order and do not reflect precedence or involvement.) Reentry in the 21 st century: Challenges and opportunities. In M. S. Crow and J. O. Smykla (Eds.), Offender reentry: Rethinking Criminology and Criminal Justice. (pp. 1-6). Boston, MA: Jones & Bartlett. (2 nd author with M. S. Crow) More than meets the Eye: Unsettled issues in reentry. In M. S. Crow and J. O. Smykla (Eds.), Offender reentry: Rethinking Criminology and Criminal Justice. (pp ). Boston, MA: Jones & Bartlett (1 st author with M. S. Crow) SCHOLARSHIP: OTHER/NON-REFEREED Preliminary analysis of employment and deployment of women in Michigan law enforcement. E. Lansing, MI: Criminal Justice Systems Center, Michigan State University WOMENCOPS: A computer codebook for the social sciences. E. Lansing, MI: Behavioral Sciences Instructional Laboratory, Michigan State University A phenomenological analysis of the social environment in a coed federal prison, Doctoral dissertation, Michigan State University. Dissertation Abstracts International. 38: 6338-A. University Microfilms No Coed prison. Criminal Justice Columns 3: 1, Issues facing the proposed TVA facility. Tuscaloosa, AL: Center for Business and Economic Research. (1 st author with D. Cheng, C. Ferguson, C. Trent, B. French, A. Watters; policy evaluation at the request of former Alabama Governor Fob James Impact of capital punishment on death row inmate families. USA Today Magazine 114(2488): Persons on death row only die once but the family dies a hundred times. ACJS Today Executions in the United States, : The Espy file. (machine-readable data file). Tuscaloosa, AL: John Ortiz Smykla (producer); Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, University of Michigan (distributor). (2 nd author with M.W. Espy; Authors names listed in alphabetical order and do not reflect precedence or involvement.) Death row inmate families are victims too. Nurturing Today 10: 18, [Table] Co-correctional institutions for adults. In Kathleen Maguire (ed.), 1994 Sourcebook of criminal justice statistics. (p. 102). Washington, DC: Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics. (1 st author with J. Williams) Co-corrections. In M.D. McShane and F.P. Williams (Eds.), Encyclopedia of American prisons. (pp ). New York: Garland. 5

6 1997. Jail type makes a difference: Evaluating the transition from a traditional to a podular, direct supervision jail across ten years. American Jails 11(2): (3 rd author with G. Bayens and J. Williams) Foreword. In L. Moriarty and D. Carter (Eds.), Technology in Criminal Justice in the 21 st Century. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas Opportunity missed. American Jails, 13(6): More than a space problem. American Jails, 17(6): Executions in the United States, : The Espy File. (ICPSR 8451) [3rd ICPSR Edition] Diskette 00013). TEACHING Face to face, online and blended instructional environments. Undergraduate and graduate Research Methods, Correctional Policy, Institutional and Community Corrections, Crime Prevention and Control, Capital Punishment, Comparative and Historical Criminal Justice, Criminological Theory, and Digital Crime. Many of the courses I teach are multimedia media enhanced and web based. In Summers 2011, 2013 and 2015 I supervised students studying Scottish criminal justice at the University of West Scotland, Hamilton, Scotland. In Summer 2012, I hosted 20 students from the same Scottish University at UWF to study US criminal justice. Teaching recognition: Commendation for Teaching and Contributions to UA s DPA Curriculum; twice nominated for UA s National Alumni Association Excellence in Teaching Award; twice invited to teach honors seminars in UA s Honors Program; former member of UA s A & S Freshman Mentoring Program; invited faculty mentor-ua Faculty Senate; invited Lilly Fellow Teaching Mentor; 1996 Southern Criminal Justice Association Educator of the Year; faculty mentor UWF s Honors Program; and student opinion ratings of the courses I teach are consistently at and above department and college norms. TEACHING: THESIS, POLICY AND PRACTICE, AREA PAPER, AND DISSERTATION SUPERVISION *Chair **Co-chair University of Alabama 1979 Ph.D., Thomas Willis, Special Education, The Incidence of Learning Disabilities and Mental Retardation Among Institutionalized Delinquents, Nonconfined Delinquents and Children In Need of Supervision 1979 *M.S., Edward Folts, Criminal Justice and Social Work, Staff and Their Attitudes: A Study of Employees at a Coeducational Correctional Institution 1981 M.S., Victoria Schneider, Criminal Justice, An Analysis of the Effects of Legal Education on the Ethical Behavior of Attorneys 1981 D.S.W., Michael Parker, Social Work, Juvenile Court Discretion with Status Offenders: An Analysis of Factors of Influence in Alabama 1987 *M.C.J., Elizabeth Miller, Criminal Justice, Women in Corrections 1987 *M.C.J., Daniel Baranow, Criminal Justice, Privatization in Corrections 1989 M.S., Tommie Black, Criminal Justice, The Effects of Delay in Training New Officers in the West Alabama Area 1989 *M.C.J., DeMelodie Drewyor, Criminal Justice, Shoot to Kill: Police Use of Deadly Force 1990 Ph.D., Joseph Schumacher, Psychology, Protecting the Individual and Society in Judicial Decisions: The Effects of Decision Type, Attitudes toward Crime Control and Crime Severity 1990 **D.P.A., Jeffrey Rush, Political Science, The Relationship of Cynicism to Role Conflict, Worker Alienation and Role Orientation among Alabama Juvenile Probation Officers 6

7 1990 M.S., Lester Williams, Criminal Justice, The Alabama Habitual Felony Statute: Its Impact on Families of Inmates 1990 *M.S., Susan Po-Shan Wong, Criminal Justice, The Effects of a Social Service Agency s Number of Full-Time Paid Professional Staff on Police Referrals 1990 M.S., Mark Hogue, Criminal Justice, Screening Police Applicants: The Effects of Departmental Resources 1991 M.S., David Ron Thweatt, Criminal Justice, The Impact of Religious Practices as a Stress Reducer Among Police Officers 1991 M.A., Kim Svec, Psychology, Decisions about Competency for Execution as a Function of Attitudes toward Capital Punishment 1991 M.S., Mark Stough, Criminal Justice, Industrial Prisons: The Rebirth of American Corrections 1991 *M.C.J., John Lee, Criminal Justice, The Impact of the Media On Attitudes Toward the Police 1991 M.S., David John King, Criminal Justice, Policing in Bermuda: A Colonial Perspective 1991 *M.C.J., Gary Campbell, Criminal Justice, Community Corrections: Where We ve Been, Where We re Going 1991 *M.C.J., Gerry Dee Billy, Criminal Justice, Third Generation Jails in Ohio 1992 *M.C.J., John N. Radmer, Criminal Justice, Sentencing to Service: Policy and Procedure Manual 1992 M.A., Etta F. Morgan-Sharp, Women s Studies, Biased Justice and the Death Penalty 1992 *M.S., Henry Hamilton, Criminal Justice, Police Undercover: An Examination of Official Policies and Guidelines 1993 *M.S., Royall Williams, Criminal Justice, A Study of Judges Attitudes Toward The Use of Intermediate Sanctions in North Carolina 1993 M.S., Majorie Locke, Criminal Justice, An Assessment of the Canadian Criminological Literature, **D.P.A., Gerald Burns, Political Science, Comparative Study of Alabama s Department of Corrections Boot Camp Program to Its Alternatives of Regular Incarceration and Immediate Probation 1993 Ph.D., Jake Watts, Library and Information Science, El Derecho de Autor 1994 *M.S., Larry Harvey, Criminal Justice, Corrections in America Since 1960 With Application to Tennessee 1994 *M.S., David Behrend, Criminal Justice, Statutory Analysis of Private Investigators in Pennsylvania 1995 *M.S., David Moyer, Criminal Justice, Religion and Capital Punishment 1995 *M.S., Gregory Richter, Criminal Justice, The Evolution of the Correctional System in America: The Role of Outside Influences in Determining Correctional Philosophy 1995 *M.S., Gary Bayens, Criminal Justice, Effect of New Generation Philosophy on Reducing Negative Behavior at the Shawnee County Adult Detention Facility 1996 *M.S., James Sparks, Criminal Justice, Case Study of John Wayne Gacy 1996 M.S., John Hageman, Criminal Justice, An Evaluation of the Implementation of the Specialized Treatment of Offender Program 1996 M.S., Mary Margaret McDowell, Criminal Justice, Tuscaloosa Police Pay Satisfaction Survey 1996 M.S., Laura Topolski, Criminal Justice 1996 M.S., Shane Sears, Criminal Justice, Juvenile Death Penalty: Community Sentiment, Legislative Policy, and Supreme Court Intervention 1996 Ph.D., Ivan Kruh, Psychology, Adolescent Psychopathy and the Prediction of Juvenile Violence 1996 M.S., Deonne Johnson, Criminal Justice 1997 *M.S., Philip Bridgeman, Criminal Justice, Does Drug Treatment Work? 1998 Ph.D., Gary Bayens, Criminology, The Union Institute, A Criminological Perspective of the Affect of Certification Laws on Youth 7

8 1998 *M.S., Anita Ewing, Criminal Justice, Judges Perceptions and Use of Intermediate Sanctions 1998 M.S., Lynn Wood, Criminal Justice 1998 M.S., John Clark, Criminal Justice, Probation and Parole Officer Liability 1999 Ph.D., Alisha Caputo, Psychology, Community Notification Laws For Sex Offenders: Possible Mediators and Moderators of Citizen Coping 2000 *M.S., Jeremy McIntire, Criminal Justice, Community Corrections 1999 Ph.D., Etta Morgan-Sharp, Interdisciplinary Social Science: Women Studies, English and Criminal Justice, Women on Death Row 1999 *M.S., Michael Kimmett, Criminal Justice, Effects of Automated Reporting in Law Enforcement 2000 *M.S., Holli Drummond, Criminal Justice, Cults and Criminal Justice 2001 M.S., Krista Kuykendall, Criminal Justice, Drug Use Among High School Seniors in a County in Alabama: A Comparison Study 2001 Ph.D., Marla Domino, Psychology, Criminalizing the Non-notification of HIV/AIDS: The Influence of Homophobia, Fear of AIDS, and Defendants Sexual Orientation on Mock Juror Judgements 2001 *M.S., Carl Robbins, Criminal Justice, Creating Diversity in Police Organizations 2001 M.S., Shawn Richardson, Criminal Justice, Religion and the Death Penalty 2001 M.S., Michael W. G. Timms, Criminal Justice, Juvenile Waiver Systems: From Courts to Corrections 2001 M.S., Matthew Mitchell, Criminal Justice 2001 M.S., J. Larry Easton, Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement and Correctional Stress: An Empirical Look at the Palm Beach County Sheriff s Office 2001 M.S., Tammy Waldrop, Criminal Justice, Correctional Accreditation: Is It the Way to Excellence? 2001 M.S., Daniel J. Savasta, Criminal Justice, Failure of Federal Supervision Offenders 2001 M.S., Justine McNutt, Criminal Justice, Violent Juvenile Delinquency 2001 Ph.D., Jennifer Boothby, Psychology, Evaluating the Relation Between Coping Variables and Prison Adjustment 2001 *M.S., Amanda Boyd, Criminal Justice, Exploration of Strain Theory 2001 *M.S., Alan Furman, Criminal Justice, The Impact of Law Enforcement Recruiting Practices 2002 M.S., Edward R. Egg, Criminal Justice, Mental Health Issues In the Juvenile Justice System 2002 Ph.D., John Clark, Interdisciplinary Social Science: Psychology, Political Science and Criminal Justice, Jury Decision Making 2002 *M.S., Troy Smith, Criminal Justice University of South Alabama 2003 Ph.D., Jamie Stump, Psychology, Efficacy and Process of Cognitive Bibliotherapy for the Treatment of Depression in Prison 2003 *M.S., Stephanie Holloway, Criminal Justice, Adult Halfway Houses 2003 Ph.D., Dia Brannen, Psychology, The Relation of Cognitive Distortion and Psychopathy in a Non- Clinical Sample 2005 M.S., Brittany Coker, Psychology, Suicide by COP University of West Florida 2008 *M.S.A., Cheryl Sychowski, Criminal Justice, Victim Offender Mediation: Working Towards Successful Restorative Justice 2009 *M.S., Claire Turner, Criminal Justice, The Impact of Mandatory Minimum Sentencing in Drug Crime *M.S., Anthony Marsh, Justice Studies, Evidence-Based Corrections and Private Probation 8

9 Florida Atlantic University *Mina Ratkalkar, Criminology and Criminal Justice, Male Inmates Involvement in the Criminal Justice System and Beliefs About the Threat of Rape in Prison CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION Coed prison: An ethnography of inmate sex and violence. Paper presented to Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) New Orleans, LA Theory, practice and research issues in sexually integrated prisons. Paper presented to Mid-South Sociological Association, Jackson, MS New directions in corrections: Co-correctional prisons. Invited presentation to the Alabama Council on Crime and Delinquency, Birmingham, AL The impact of co-corrections. Paper presented to ACJS, Cincinnati, OH Criminal justice and racism in Alabama. Invited presentation to the Alabama Lawyers Guild, Tuscaloosa, AL Community service sentencing: Moving from the 70s to the 80s. Paper presented to the Western Society of Criminology, Newport Beach, CA (with W. Selke) Legal-ethical issues in corrections. Panel discussant at ACJS, Oklahoma City, OK Women inmates in sexually integrated prison: The myth of equal treatment. Paper presented to American Society of Criminology (ASC), San Francisco, CA Research on the use of imprisonment. Paper presented to ASC, San Francisco, CA (with W. Selke) Citizen awareness in crime prevention: Do they really get involved? Paper presented to ACJS, Philadelphia, PA (with W. Formby) Crime and criminal justice: Understanding crime. Panel chair, Association for Humanist Sociology, Cincinnati, OH Penology. Panel chair and discussant. Society for the Study of Social Problems (SSSP), San Francisco, CA Probation and parole. Panel chair and discussant. ACJS, Louisville, KY Alabama prisons and their impact on the local economy: A matched study of prison and non-prison counties. Paper presented to the Alabama Criminal Justice Educators Association, Birmingham, AL Prediction in probation and parole: Its consequences and implications. Paper presented to ACJS, Chicago, IL The people on death row only die once but the family dies a hundred times. Paper presented to ACJS, Chicago, IL Attitude and perceptions toward drinking and driving: A simulation of citizen awareness. Paper presented to the Southern Criminal Justice Association (SCJA), Orlando, FL Families of death row inmates. Workshop coordinator for the Alabama Prison Project on Capital Punishment, Montgomery, AL Alcohol use in death row inmate families. Paper presented to ACJS, Las Vegas, NV Public support and variation in the use of capital punishment. Panel chair, ACJS, Las Vegas, NV Participant in the 45th Congreso Internacional de Americanistas, Bogota, Colombia Changing foci within the criminal and juvenile justice systems: Emerging issues: Effects of capital punishment: A focus on the families of the accused. Roundtable discussant, Association of Humanist Sociology, Atlanta, GA Four centuries of execution in America: An examination of Executions in the United States, : The Espy File. Paper presented to ACJS Orlando, FL Crime: What we fear, what can be done, the correctional system. Invited panelist of the Domestic Policy Association, National Issues Forum, Birmingham, AL 9

10 1987. Crime and punishment in Uruguay, South America: Observations from a summer Fulbright. Paper presented to ACJS, St. Louis, MO. (Awarded 3rd place International Paper Competition) Persons on death row only dies once but the family dies a hundred times. Plenary session panelist, ACJS, St. Louis, MO Comparative criminal justice research: Recent research. Panel chair and discussant, ACJS, San Francisco, CA Teaching comparative criminal justice system. Roundtable discussant, ACJS, Washington, DC Issues in estimating cross-cultural rates of incarceration: Lessons from Uruguay. Paper presented to ACJS, Washington DC War and capital punishment. Paper presented to ACJS, Denver, CO (with V. Schneider) Criminology and criminal justice in Latin America, Paper presented to ACJS, Nashville, TN (with J. Homa and S. Stewart) Minorities and criminal justice education. Panel Chair, ACJS, Nashville, TN Criminal procedure in Uruguay, South America. Paper presented to ACJS, Pittsburgh, PA (with E. Smykla) Managing the undergraduate enrollment in criminal justice. Roundtable organizer, ACJS, Pittsburgh, PA (with T. Winfree) Justice Blackmun and capital punishment. Paper presented to SCJA, Charleston, SC Earning tenure at a comprehensive university: Responsibilities of the department chair. Paper presented at an ACJS workshop, Kansas City, MO H.R. 729 and habeas corpus appeals. Paper presented to SCJA, Memphis, TN The offender and community correctional programs. Panel discussant, ACJS, Chicago, IL The future of capital punishment. Roundtable participant, SCJA, Gatlinburg, TN Co-corrections and women offenders. Paper presented to Alabama Criminal Justice Educators Association, Gulf Shores, AL Deputy Chair of the Program; The future of capital punishment, Roundtable participant, ACJS, Las Vegas, NV The future of capital punishment, Roundtable participant, SCJA, Savannah, GA What s out there: National Surveys of Criminal Justice Programs. Panel chair, ACJS, Louisville, KY Chair of the Program, Criminal Justice: Education, Research and Technology, ACJS, Louisville, KY Consumer attitudes and opinions of intensive probation supervision. Paper presented to SCJA, Richmond, VA Panel attendance: No-shows and interest at the 1997 ACJS Louisville conference. Roundtable presenter, ACJS, Albuquerque, NM Workload analysis of ISP officers in Wyandotte County, Kansas. Paper presented to ACJS, Albuquerque, NM (with G. Bayens and M. Manske) Community-oriented policing: Ethics and unintended consequences, Roundtable participant, SCJA, Biloxi, MS Community corrections: Intensive supervision probation and recidivism; Correctional issues II; and Institutional corrections: Gender and age Issues, Panel Chair/Discussant, ACJS, Orlando, FL Chair of the Program, Southern contributions to 20 th century criminal justice: Advances in community policing, courts and privatization, SCJA, Chattanooga, TN Author meets critic. Analysis of Robert Bohm s DeathQuest, ACJS, New Orleans, LA Juvenile drug courts: A comparative analysis of their scope and nature. Paper presented to SCJA, Charleston, SC (with K. Kuykendall and J. Sloan) A comparative analysis of the scope and nature of juvenile drug courts: Are they prediction or prescription? Paper presented to SCJA, Baton Rouge, LA (with J. Sloan) A pre-post evaluation of juvenile drug court in Jefferson County (Birmingham), Alabama. Paper presented to SCJA, Clearwater Beach, FL (with J. Sloan and J. Rush) Dissecting the SCJA annual conferences. Panel chair, SCJA, Nashville, TN. 10

11 2004. Correctional privatization and the myth of inherent efficiency. Paper presented to ACJS, Las Vegas, NV Jails and academe. Workshop participant, American Jail Association, Birmingham, AL Future of corrections. Roundtable organizer (with J. Kunselman) and participant, SCJA, Charleston, SC ACJS Certification: An Overview Of The Process. Roundtable participant, ACJS, Seattle, WA Citizen s Response To Drunk Driving: Engaging Students In Simulation Research. Paper Presented to ACJS, Cincinnati, OH (with M. Crow, R. Hough, K. Tatum and J. Mosley) Teaching a Jail Course. Roundtable participant, ACJS, Cincinnati, OH (with K. Kerle, G. Etter, and P. Bowdre) ACJS Academic Program Certification: You Have Questions? We Have Answers. Roundtable Participant, ACJS, Cincinnati, OH (with four others) ACJS Advanced Training For Academic Certification Reviewers. Roundtable Participant, ACJS, Cincinnati, OH (with ACJS Academic Review Committee) Becoming Chair: Opportunities And Challenges. Roundtable Participant, ACJS, Cincinnati, Oh (with ACJS Academic Review Committee) Quantitative, Qualitative, and Mixed Methods Research: Examining the Methodology Type in Leading and Regional CCJ Journals, ACJS, New York (with M. Crow and J. Sparks) Issues, Challenges, and Opportunities related to the Offender Reentry Movement, Roundtable Moderator, ACJS, Orlando Random Assignment and Experimental Design Fidelity in a Court Program: Challenges Associated with Just Saying No to Judges, ACJS, Orlando (with M. Crow) SPONSORED RESEARCH University of Alabama Research Grant award, $6, Harry Frank Guggenheim Research Grant, $ State of Alabama Governor s Grant, with University of Alabama Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration, to study the impact of prison on regional economies, $25, Director Community Placement and Supervision Program. ( ). Alabama Department of Youth Services (DYS), a community-based system of reintegration of children committed to the custody of Alabama s DYS in Tuscaloosa County employing criminal justice and social work majors as case monitors, $240, Principal Project Investigator, Enhancing Data Resources for the Study of Capital Punishment in America. National Science Foundation, to create a Class I machine-readable and code book file on all confirmed executions in the United States from 1608, $188, University of South Alabama Committee on Undergraduate Research, to fund undergraduate student research to update of execution dataset, $ Sub-contractor, U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, 3-year grant to fund outcome evaluation of Mobile County Juvenile Drug Court, $73, Co-Principal Investigator (with D. Kalinich) Two Phased Adult Reentry Demonstration Program. Florida Department of Corrections, $54,277 SELECTED UNIVERSITY SERVICE FAU: School: member of all School committees; College: Dean s Executive Committee; Dean s Search Committee; Lead speaker, Overview of the American Capital Punishment System, for the delegation from Vietnam s Office of the President visiting FAU, September,

12 UWF: Department: chair, recruitment, graduate admissions, honors; College: Awards and Personnel: University: Campus Safety, High Achieving Student Committee, Academic Misconduct, Program for Incentive for Efficiency, International Study Abroad USA: Department: chair and ex-officio on nine department committees; College: Faculty Awards Committee, Tenure and Promotion; University: Research Council, University Library Committee, Mentor Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship Program UA: Department: Coordinate Honor s Day, Program and Curriculum Reviews, RTP, initiated Justice Colloquia Series in 1984 and various program and scholarship support funds; College: Arts and Sciences and Social Work Dean Search Committees, Graduate Committee, Student Academic Affairs, Formal Complaint and Sanction Review, Affirmative Action, Women Studies Advisory, Women Studies Colloquium: Capital Punishment and the Family, Co-convenor Women and the Future: A Symposium of Four Women Fulbright Scholars, Latin American Studies Advisory and Coordinator of Latin American Studies Spring Seminar - Cooperation or Conflict: A Symposium of Ten Fulbright Scholars, Institute for Social Science Research Advisory Board, Freshman Mentoring Program, and numerous search committees and department leadership reviews; University: Library, Student Safety and Security/2 terms as Chair, Program Review, Graduate Council, Faculty Senate Representative to Parking, University Mediation and Grievance (Tribunal Chair), Interdisciplinary Social Science Ph.D. SELECTED COMMUNITY AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Selected Service to the Communities of the Palm Beach: West Palm Beach Mayor s Criminal Justice Advisory Council Selected Service to the Communities of Pensacola and Gulf Shores: American Cancer Society Relay for Life; speaker to various high school classes about criminal justice and UWF; supporter and volunteer at Alabama s Gulf Coast Zoo; providing program consultation to the United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida on reentry court Selected Service to the Community of Mobile, Alabama: Member of Mobile County Jail Planning Committee; Mobile County Chamber of Commerce Candidates Campaign Workshop Selected Service to the Community of Tuscaloosa, Alabama: Advisory Board, Genesis House; Tuscaloosa Juvenile Agency Council; Training Seminar, Tuscaloosa County Juvenile Court; Consultant, West Alabama Planning Council; Consultant, Center for Business and Economic Research; Commencement Speaker, 85th Session of the State of Alabama Law Enforcement Training Academy, Responsible Policing and the Importance of Criminal Justice Education; Institutional Review Board, Taylor-Hardin Secure Medical Facility; Member, Advisory Board, Law Enforcement Academy; Tuscaloosa Police Department; Tuscaloosa County Juvenile Court Restitution Advisory Board; Religious Education Teacher, St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church Selected Service to the Community of Birmingham, Alabama: Volunteer, Burn Unit, Children s Hospital (9 years); Volunteer, Firehouse Shelter; Religious Education Teacher, Prince of Peace Catholic Church; Jefferson County Juvenile Drug Court Selected Service to the State of Alabama: Steering Committee and Board of Directors, Alabama Juvenile Justice Association; Board of Directors, Innovative Resources, Inc.; Department of Youth Services Community Placement and Supervision Committee 12

13 Editorial Board Member: Criminal Justice Review, International Criminal Justice Review, American Journal of Criminal Justice, Journal of the Oklahoma Criminal Justice Research Consortium, Criminal Justice: Contemporary Literature in Theory and Practice - Volume 4: The Philosophy and Practice of Corrections, Women & Criminal Justice, and Journal of Crime and Justice; Guest Editor, two special issues of Prison Journal, Prison Sexuality, Volume 69, Nos. 1 and 2. Other: Guest Speaker, Friday Conference of Letters, Science and Medicine: Impact of Capital Punishment on Death Row Inmate Families, University of Alabama College of Community Health Sciences; Consultant, Community Corrections Officer Workload Management, Corrections Management Corporation, TN; Consultant, Adult Intensive Supervised Probation Program, Wyandotte County (Kansas City); Guest Speaker, Drugs, Sex and Crime, University of West Florida Service to the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences: 1986 White Papers Committee; 1987 International Committee; 1993 Program Committee, Organized Punishment and Corrections into 35 panels, 5 workshops and 2 roundtable discussions; 1994 Constitution and By-Laws Committee; 1996 Deputy Program Chair; 1997 Program Chair; 1999 Awards Committee; 2003 Program Committee with responsibility for organizing Professional Development Seminars; Academic Review Committee; Constitution and Bylaws; 2010-present Ad Hoc ACJS Policy Committee; present ACJS Standards Review Sub-Committee Service to the Southern Criminal Justice Association: 1997 Awards Committee; Second Vice President and Chair of the Awards Committee; First Vice President, Program Chair and Chair of Local Arrangements and Budget and Finance; President; Past President and Chair of Nominations and Elections, Fund Raising, and Ad-Hoc Ethics Committees Academic Program Reviewer: Reviewed applications for criminal justice undergraduate and graduate program and ACJS certification reviews in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Pennsylvania, and Texas HONORS AND AWARDS 1975/77. University Fellow, Michigan State University U.S. Department of Justice Competitive Fellowship U.S. Department of Justice National Institute of Corrections Fellow Senior Fulbright Lecturer, Uruguay and Argentina Social Science Research Methods Third Place Award, ACJS International Paper Competition Recognition of service to UA s D.P.A. program Educator of the Year, Southern Criminal Justice Association Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Certificate of Appreciation Distinguished Lecturer, Drug Courts, Eastern Kentucky University, College of Justice and Safety, Distinguished Lecture Series University of West Florida, Sex, Drugs and Crime (public lecture on drug court Raised $225,000 from Florida law firms, State Bar, and private donors to convert a UWF classroom into a state of the art/high tech mock trial courtroom. Dedicated fall Named Distinguished University Professor, University of West Florida Modest ability to read, speak and write Spanish 13

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