1 CURRICULUM VITA DAVID R. LILLEY Behavioral Sciences Department University of Michigan-Dearborn 4901 Evergreen Road Dearborn, MI (1) EDUCATION Ph.D. Social Science and Criminal Justice January 2006 Cognate: Industrial / Organizational Psychology Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI Advisor: Dr. David Carter Dissertation Title: Assessing Jurisdiction-Level Crime Trends During the 1990s: An Analysis of the Impact of Policing Changes. M.S. Criminal Justice December 2001 Emphasis: Police Management and Policy Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI Advisor: Dr. Frank Horvath Thesis Title: Officer Performance Appraisal in the Community Policing Context. B.S. Criminal Justice May 1994 Emphasis: Law Enforcement Additional studies - Computer Science Grand Valley State University, Allendale, MI A.S. - Electronics Engineering Technology December 1991 Emphasis: Biomedical Electronics Colorado Technical University, Colorado Springs, CO PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION / LICENSURE / CERTIFICATION Certified Police Officer - State of Michigan National Security Document Protocols - U.S. Government Accountability Office Security Specialist - Corporate Security Agencies Electronics Technician - U.S. Army
2 2 TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS 1. Best Practices in Government and Non-profit Agencies 2. Police Effectiveness, Process, and Ethics. Criminological Theory and Offender Resource Networks 4. Criminal Justice Policy and Management 5. Crime Analysis, Data Analysis, Research Methods 6. Applied Criminal Justice Theory and Crime Prevention 7. Program Evaluation (Drug Courts, COPS, Weed and Seed, Other Justice Programs) 8. Victimization and the Powerless EMPLOYMENT HISTORY Assistant Professor Sociology and Criminal Justice Studies Behavioral Sciences Department University of Michigan-Dearborn, Dearborn, MI September Present Assistant Professor January September 2008 Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL Senior Analyst July October 2005 Homeland Security and Justice Team U.S. Government Accountability Office, Washington, DC Instructor and Research Assistant August May 200 School of Criminal Justice Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI Police Officer and Deputy Sheriff March August 2000 City of Wyoming Police, Wyoming, MI ( ) Allegan County Sheriff Department, Allegan, MI ( ) Electronics / Communications / Security Supervisor November June 1995 U.S. Army and Army National Guard Fort Bliss, TX; Fitzsimons Army Medical Center, CO 2071 Medical Clearing Company, Kalamazoo, MI HONORS AND AWARDS Best Article of Nominee - Violence Against Women (Journal), 2010 Rated a Top Criminal Justice Professor - Florida Atlantic University, 2007, 2008 Authored Article Rated Top 5 Most Read in Police Quarterly, 2008 Robert C. Trojanowicz Scholarship - Master s thesis proposal, Michigan State University, 2000
3 HONORS AND AWARDS (continued) Chief s Award of Merit - Capture of Armed Robbers, Wyoming Police Department, 1999 Nominated for Soldier of the Year - U.S. Army, 2071 Medical Clearing Company, 1992 PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES MEMBERSHIPS American Society of Criminology (ASC) Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) Justice Research and Statistics Association (JRSA) TEACHING ACTIVITIES Teaching Assignments at the University of Michigan-Dearborn Term Course Number W 2010 CRJ 6 SOC / CRJ 465 SOC 565 F 2009 CRJ 480 CRJ 478 S 2009 POL / CRJ 6 SOC / CRJ 468 W 2009 SOC / CRJ 465 SOC / CRJ 468 CRJ 490F CRJ 498 F 2008 POL / SOC 6 SOC / CRJ 468 CRJ 498 CRJ 568 Course Title Criminal Justice Systems and Policy Deviant Behavior and Social Disorganization Deviant Behavior (Graduate) Applied Criminal Justice Theory Criminal Justice Internship Criminal Justice Policy and Administration Criminology Deviant Behavior and Social Disorganization Criminology Applied Criminal Justice Theory Independent Study (Applied Theory) Criminal Justice Policy and Administration Criminology Independent Study (Juvenile Justice) Criminology (Graduate) Cr. Hrs Num. of Students Curriculum Development Applied Criminal Justice Theory - CRJ 480 (Approved as a permanent course in 2009) This one of a kind course teaches students to understand formal and informal mechanisms of social control and to apply behavioral principles associated with key theories including: Crime Pattern Theory, Defensible Space, Crime Triangle Theory, Routine Activity Theory, Broken Windows, and Collective Efficacy.
4 4 Curriculum Development (continued) Introduction to Criminal Justice Studies - CRJ 200 (Approved as a permanent course in 2010). Designed this new and unique course using a familiar name with atypical curriculum. This course will introduce students to data, research methods, crime analysis, and policy analysis, as well as the design and function of the justice system in the United States. Other Teaching Experiences Graduate Courses: Foundational Theory in Criminology - Florida Atlantic University Foundational Theory in Criminal Justice - Florida Atlantic University Research Methods and Quantitative Analysis - Florida Atlantic University Criminal Justice Program Evaluation - Florida Atlantic University Undergraduate Courses: Research Methods - Michigan State University Police Process - Michigan State University Crime Prevention - Florida Atlantic University Criminological Theory - Florida Atlantic University Crime Analysis and Mapping - Florida Atlantic University Victimization and Victimology - Florida Atlantic University Seminars and Short Courses: National Security Document Protocols - U.S. Government Accountability Office Data Auditing and Verification - U.S. Government Accountability Office Organizational Change and Problem Solving - Jackson Police Department Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Detection and Response - U.S. Army First Responder Training, CPR, First Aid - U.S. Army
5 5 RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Publications Papers Published or Accepted for Publication in Refereed Journals Lilley, David and Boba, Rachel. (2009). Crime Reduction Outcomes Associated with the State Criminal Alien Assistance Program. Journal of Criminal Justice,7, Lilley, David and Boba, Rachel. (2008). A Comparison of Outcomes Associated with Two Key Law Enforcement Grant Programs. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 19, Boba, Rachel and Lilley, David. (2008). Violence Against Women Grants: A Nationwide Assessment of Effects on Rape and Assault. Violence Against Women, 15, Lilley, David and Hinduja, Sameer. (2007). Police Officer Performance Appraisal and Overall Satisfaction. Journal of Criminal Justice, 5, Lilley, David and Hinduja, Sameer. (2006). Organizational Values and Police Officer Evaluation: A Content Comparison between Traditional and Community Policing Agencies. Police Quarterly, 9, Lilley, David and Hinduja, Sameer. (2006). Officer Evaluation in the Community Policing Context. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 29, Papers Submitted for Publication in Refereed Journals Lilley, David. (2010). Drug Courts and Jurisdictional Crime: Did Implementation Funding Contribute to Recent Crime Declines? Crime and Delinquency (submitted /2010). Book Chapters and Technical Reports Lilley, David. (2010). History and Development of Criminal Justice Studies at UM-Dearborn. Internal report for the College of Arts, Letters, and Sciences. U.S. Government Accountability Office (2005). Co-author. Interim Report on the Effects of COPS Funds on the Decline in Crime During the 1990s. GAO-Report, R. U.S. Government Accountability Office (2005). Co-author. Community Policing Grants: COPS Grants Were a Modest Contributor to Declines in Crime During the 1990s. GAO-Report U.S. Government Accountability Office (2005). Project Reviewer. Transportation Security: Systematic Planning Needed to Optimize Resources. GAO-Report,
6 6 Book Chapters and Technical Reports (continued) U.S. Government Accountability Office (2005). Project Reviewer. Homeland Security: Key Cargo Security Programs Can Be Improved. GAO-Report, T. Lilley, David. (1999). Grand Rapids Campus Security: A Report on the New Downtown Campus. Grand Valley State University. Conference Proceedings and Refereed Papers Lilley, David. (2005). Assessing Jurisdiction-Level Crime Trends During the 1990s: An Analysis of the Impact of Policing Changes. American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, November, Toronto. Lilley, David. (2001). Police Officer Performance Appraisal in the Community Policing Context. American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, November, San Francisco. Presentations and Invited Lectures Lilley, David. (2010). Why Drug Courts Appear to be Associated with Crime Increases: An Analysis of Process. Invited Lecture, February 16. Social Sciences Colloquium, UM- Dearborn. Lilley, David. (2009). Are Drug Courts Associated with Increases in the Crime Rate? Presentation, November 4. American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Philadelphia. Lilley, David. (2009). Bridging the Gap Between Science and Practice: Developing Best Practices in Criminal Justice Agencies. Invited Lecture, March 4. Ferris State University, MI Lilley, David. (2008). Theoretical Foundations Behind the Michigan Prisoner Reentry Initiative. Invited Lecture, December 10. Grand Valley State University, MI. Lilley, David (2007). Social Network Impacts of the Michigan Prisoner Reentry Initiative. Invited Lecture, December 4. Saginaw Valley State University, MI. Lilley, David. (2006). Recent Research Findings in Policing. Palm Beach County Association of Chiefs of Police. Invited Lecture, July, 1. Delray Beach Police Department, FL. Lilley, David (2005). Social Networks of Juvenile Offenders: Predicting Future Offending. Invited Lecture, December 18. University of Illinois-Springfield, IL.
7 7 Presentations and Invited Lectures (continued) Lilley, David. (2005). The Crime Drop of the 1990s: Assessing the Impact of Impact of Policing Changes. Presentation, November 16. American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Toronto. Lilley, David. (2005). Building a Justice Database to Monitor Crime Outcomes Associated with COPS Grants. Presentation, July National Academy of Sciences Panel on COPS Grant Effectiveness, Washington, DC. Lilley, David. (2002). Hispanic Victimization and Juvenile Delinquency Studies. Presentation, December 12. Julian Samora Research Institute, East Lansing, MI. Lilley, David. (2002). Law Enforcement Agency Use of Investigative Software. Presentation of Survey Findings for Autotrack Software, January, 12. Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. Lilley, David. (2001). Analysis of Corruption in India. Presentation, December 10. Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. RESEARCH GRANTS Submitted National Evaluation of the Weed and Seed Program. OJP Grant - Lilley, David (PI), Bazemore, Gordon, Roehl, Jan. $900,000. Not funded (2006). Law Enforcement Intelligence Operations Study. NIJ Technology Grant - Lilley, David (PI), Kalinich, David. $40,000. Not funded (2006). Awarded Police Officer Performance Appraisal Study. Lilley, David (PI). $2,500 funded by Grand Rapids Police Department, MI ( ). Community Policing Research Grant. Lilley, David (PI) $1,500 funded by Michigan State University, (2000). SERVICE ACTIVITIES University Service Representative, Faculty Senate - Department of Behavioral Sciences, University of Michigan- Dearborn (Fall, 2009).
8 8 University Service (continued) Member, Criminal Justice Curriculum Committee - Department of Behavioral Sciences, Criminal Justice Studies, University of Michigan-Dearborn (September Present). Member, Criminal Justice Advisory Committee - Department of Behavioral Sciences, Criminal Justice Studies, University of Michigan-Dearborn (September Present). Departmental Service Chair, Academic Quality and Retention Committee - Behavioral Sciences Representative, University of Michigan-Dearborn (December Present). Member, Behavioral Sciences Executive Committee - Behavioral Sciences Representative, University of Michigan-Dearborn (Fall, 2009). Faculty Sponsor, Criminal Justice Association - Department of Behavioral Sciences, Criminal Justice Studies, University of Michigan-Dearborn (January, Present) Member, Faculty Search Committee - Department of Behavioral Sciences, Criminal Justice Studies, University of Michigan-Dearborn (Fall, 2008) Member, Graduate Committee - Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Florida Atlantic University ( ) Member, Faculty Search Committee - Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Florida Atlantic University (Fall, 2007) PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Journal Reviewer Criminology ( Present) Crime and Delinquency ( Present) Criminal Justice Policy Review ( Present) Journal of Criminal Justice ( Present) Justice Quarterly ( Present) Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management ( Present) Police Quarterly (2005-Present)
9 9 Technical Reviews Curriculum and Graduate Program Design - Proposed Master of Arts in Criminology, Law and Public Policy, Department of Sociology, Western Michigan University, MI (April, 2009) Textbook Manuscript - Crime Analysis and Mapping, Boba, Rachel. (2008) Book Reviews Book Manuscript Research - Understanding Latino Delinquency. Perez-McCluskey, C. (2001) Book Review - Policing, Ethics and Human Rights. Neyroud, P. & Beckley, A. (2002) Community Activities Advisor, Consultant - Community Court Planning Committee, SW Detroit (2010) Advisor, Consultant - Weed and Seed Steering Committee, SW Detroit (2010) Director - Criminal Justice Internship Program, University of Michigan-Dearborn (Fall, 2009) Technical Advisor and Commentator - Crime and Policing Articles, Palm Beach Post, Palm Beach County, FL ( ) Member and Advisor - Palm Beach County Association of Chiefs of Police, Palm Beach County, FL ( ) SYNERGISTIC ACTIVITIES Program Evaluator, Consultant - Florida Criminal Justice Commission, Weed and Seed Program, Palm Beach County (2010). Florida Drug Courts - Program Evaluation and Data Analysis ( ) Office of Justice Programs (OJP) - Data Verification Procedures ( ) Performance Evaluation Committee Chair Grand Rapids Police Department, Grand Rapids, Michigan ( ) Personnel Selection and Performance Instrument Design - Various Police Agencies. ( )