1 Brian A. Lawton Assistant Professor George Mason University (703) Criminology, Law and Society 4400 University Blvd, MS 4F4 358 Aquia Hall Fairfax, VA EDUCATION TEMPLE UNIVERSITY, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Spring 2006 Doctor of Philosophy in Criminal Justice TEMPLE UNIVERSITY, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Fall 1998 Master of Arts in Criminal Justice RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE, Providence, Rhode Island Fall 1995 Bachelor of Arts in Justice Studies Bachelor of Arts in Sociology EMPLOYMENT HISTORY George Mason University Criminology, Law and Society Assistant Professor Fall, 2009 Current Sam Houston State University College of Criminal Justice Fall, 2005 Spring, 2009 Assistant Professor Temple University Department of Criminal Justice Fall, 1996 Spring, 2005 Research Assistant, Teaching Assistant, Dean s Appointment and Graduate Assistant. DISSERTATION Levels of Nonlethal Force Reported by Philadelphia Police Officers: Officer, Citizen, and Contextual Influences
2 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE University Teaching GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY Department of Criminology, Law and Society Fairfax, VA 2009-current Graduate Courses Advanced Statistical Modeling Undergraduate Courses Introduction to Criminal Justice, Prevention and Deterrence of Crime, and Research Methods and Analysis. SAM HOUSTON STATE UNIVERSITY Huntsville, TX Department of Criminal Justice Graduate Courses Computer and Technological Applications in Criminal Justice, Research Methods and Quantitative Analysis, Survey of Research Methods, Seminar in Social Deviance, Perspectives in Criminology, and Statistics for Criminal Justice Research. Undergraduate Courses Social Deviance, Introduction to Methods of Research, and Introduction to Criminal Justice. TEMPLE UNIVERSITY Philadelphia, PA Department of Criminal Justice Undergraduate Courses Criminal Justice Research and Analysis, Introduction to Law Enforcement, and Introduction to Criminal Justice. PUBLICATIONS Journal Articles Forthcoming. Solomon Zhao, Lai Yung-Lien, Ling Ren and Brian Lawton. Race/Ethnicity and Quality-of- Life Policing on Public Attitudes Toward Racially Biased Policing and Traffic Stops. Crime & Delinquency. Forthcoming. Jihong Solomon Zhao, Brian Lawton and Dennis Longmire An Examination of the Micro-Level Crime-Fear of Crime Link. Crime & Delinquency. Forthcoming. Eui-Gap Hwang, Hee-Jong Joo, and Brian Lawton. City Ecology, Community Policing, and Fear of Crime in U.S. Cities: A Multilevel Analysis. Asia Pacific Journal of Police and Criminal Justice.
3 Forthcoming. Seksan Khruakham and Brian Lawton. Assessing the Impact of the 1996 Thai Prostitution Law: A Study of Police Arrest Data. Asian Journal of Criminology. Wendi Pollock, Hee-Jong Joo, and Brian Lawton Juvenile Arrest Rates for Burglary: A Routine Activities Approach. Journal of Criminal Justice 38, (4) ). Hyunseok Jang, Larry Hoover and Brian A. Lawton Effects of Broken Windows Enforcement and Clearance Rates. Journal of Criminal Justice 36, (6) R. Marie Garcia, Ralph B. Taylor and Brian A. Lawton Impacts of Violent Crime and Neighborhood Structure on Trusting Your Neighbors Justice Quarterly 24, (4) Ralph B. Taylor, Jerry Ratcliffe, Lillian Dote and Brian Lawton "Roles of Neighborhood Race and Status in the Middle Stages of Jury Selection" Journal of Criminal Justice 35, (4) Brian A. Lawton "Levels of Nonlethal Force: An examination of individual, situational and contextual factors" Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 44, (2) Brian A. Lawton, Ralph B. Taylor and Anthony J. Luongo "Police Officers on Drug Corners in Philadelphia, Drug Crime, and Violent Crime: Intended, Diffusion, and Displacement Impacts" Justice Quarterly 22, (4): Jennifer B. Robinson, Brian A. Lawton, Ralph B. Taylor and Douglas D. Perkins Multilevel longitudinal impacts of incivilities: Fear of crime, expected safety, and block satisfaction Journal of Quantitative Criminology 19, (3): Brian Lawton, Matthew Hickman, Alex Piquero and Jack Greene Using GIS to Analyze Complaints Against Police: A Research Note Justice Research and Policy 3, (2): Matthew Hickman, Alex Piquero, Brian Lawton and Jack Greene "Applying Tittle's control balance theory to police deviance" Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management 24, (4): Matthew Hickman, Brian Lawton, Alex Piquero and Jack Greene "Does race influence police disciplinary process?" Justice Research and Policy 3, (1): Brian Lawton, Matthew Hickman, Alex Piquero and Jack Greene Assessing the Inter-relationships between Perceptions of Impact and Job Satisfaction: A Comparison of Traditional and Community-Oriented Policing Officers Justice Research and Policy 2, (1): Other Publications Alex Piquero, Terrie Moffit and Brian Lawton. (2005). "Race and Crime: The Contribution of Individual, Familial, and Neighborhood Risk Factors to Life-Course Persistent Offending." In DF Hawkins and K Kempf- Leonard (Eds.), Our Children, Their Children: Confronting Race and Ethnic Differences in American Juvenile Justice. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
4 Jack R. Greene, Alex R. Piquero, Matthew J. Hickman and Brian A. Lawton. (2004). Police Integrity and Accountability in Philadelphia: Predicting and Assessing Police Misconduct. Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice/NCJRS. Alex Piquero and Brian Lawton "Individual Risk for Crime is exacerbated in poor familial and neighborhood contexts". In RA Settersten, Jr. and TJ Owens (Eds.), Advances in Life Course Research: New Frontiers in Socialization. New York: Elsevier Publications PRESENTATIONS AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS American Society of Criminology, November 2010 Brian A. Lawton. Citizen's Reported Fear of Crime in Context. San Francisco, CA Stockholm Criminology Symposium, June 2010 Stockholm, Sweden Brian A. Lawton. Spatial proximity to crime: Examining the association between crime and fear of crime in Houston, Texas. American Society of Criminology, November 2009 Philadelphia, PA Brian A. Lawton. Measuring the Impact of Targeted Police Efforts in Dallas: An Examination of Hot Spot Definitions. Marie Garcia and Brian Lawton. The Correctional Officers Intent to Leave Employment: Do Stress and Burnout Matter? William Wells, Hee-Jong Joo, and Brian A. Lawton. Court Outcome s of Arrests made by Directed Patrols in Houston. National Institute of Justice MAPS Conference, August 2009 New Orleans, LA Brian A. Lawton. Liquor License and Crime: An Analysis of Stable Crime Patterns over Time in Houston. American Society of Criminology, November 2008 St. Louis, MO Brian A. Lawton and Larry Hoover. Hot Spots and Edge Effects: An Examination of Crime Patterns across Contiguous Suburban Police Agencies. Brian Wyant, Ralph Taylor, Marie Garcia and Brian Lawton. Face-to-Face Police Initiated Contacts: The influence and intersection of Community Fabric, Race/Ethnicity and Gender. American Society of Criminology. November, Atlanta, GA Brian A. Lawton. Liquor and Crime: An Examination of Crime Patterns Surrounding Liquor Establishments in Houston, TX. National Institute of Justice MAPS Conference. March, 2007 Pittsburgh, PA Brian A. Lawton and Jennifer Schulenberg. Assessing the Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Space-Time Clusters of Crime Patterns in Houston, TX.
5 American Society of Criminology. November, Los Angeles, CA Brian A. Lawton. "Building a Better Hot Spot: Social Disorganization Theory and Hot Spot Identification". American Society of Criminology. November, Toronto, ON Brian A. Lawton & Ralph B. Taylor. "Attitudes toward the Police and Confidence in the Criminal Justice System across Pennsylvania". American Society of Criminology. November, Nashville, TN Brian A. Lawton. Levels of nonlethal force reported by Philadelphia Police Officers. Anthony J. Luongo, Brian A. Lawton and Ralph B. Taylor. Measuring the impact of Operation Safe Streets on the Displacement of Drug Crime. American Society of Criminology. November, Denver, CO Brian A. Lawton and Ralph B. Taylor. Police officers on drug corners and violent crime: Estimating the impact of Operation Safe Streets. American Society of Criminology. November, Chicago, IL Brian A. Lawton. The decision to arrest: The impact of contextual effects on the officer s decision to arrest in domestic violence incidents. American Society of Criminology. November, Brian A. Lawton. "Factors associated with Aggression". Atlanta, GA Alex R. Piquero, Terrie E. Moffitt and Brian Lawton. Race differences in Life Course persistent Offending. American Society of Criminology. November, San Francisco, CA Brian A. Lawton, Matthew Hickman, Alex R. Piquero and Jack R. Greene. "Applications of COMPSTAT: Police Complaint Analysis by Location". Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. November, Brian A. Lawton. Police Use of Force: A Multi-level analysis. New Orleans, LA American Society of Criminology. November,1999. Toronto, ONT Brian A. Lawton, Matthew Hickman and Alex R. Piquero. Assessing the Inter-relationships between Perceptions of Impact and Job Satisfaction: A Comparison of Traditional and Community-Oriented Policing Officers. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. March, Brian A. Lawton. "Examining Fear Spots in Commercial Districts". Orlando, FL American Society of Criminology. November, Washington, DC Brian A. Lawton & Edem F. Avakame. "Estimating the Effect of Males' Alcohol Intoxication on Intimate, Non-Lethal Violence Against Women".
6 OTHER PRESENTATIONS Law Enforcment Management Institute of Texas, 2008 Measuring the Impact of Targeted Police Efforts. National Institute of Justice, 2007 Bait Vehicle Technologies: Lessons Learned and Cross Border Auto Theft. Chinese People s Public Security University, 2007 Police Officers on Drug Corners Police Use of Force in Philadelphia Zhejiang College of Public Security, 2007 Police Officers on Drug Corners Police Use of Force in Philadelphia Boston Police Department, 2000 The Use of GIS in Police Complaints Analysis (with Matthew Hickman) Philadelphia Police Department- IAD Division, 2000 The Use of GIS in Police Complaints Analysis (with Matthew Hickman) Multiple cities Phoenix, AZ Beijing, China Hangzhou, China Boston, MA Philadelphia, PA MISCELLANIOUS ICPSR Summer Training Program June, 2007 Quantitative Crime Pattern Analysis with CrimeStat III. East Lansing, MI GRADUATE STUDENTS SUPERVISED George Mason University- Doctoral Dissertations (2011) Julie Willis-Hibdon Sam Houston State University- Doctoral Dissertations ( ) Prapon Sahapattana, Hyunseok Jang, Bitna Kim and Monica Koenigsberg. Sam Houston State University- Masters Theses ( ) Amy Patrick, Sara Renals, Seksan Khruakham, Steven M. Boyle, Bridget A. Hepner, Kyungtae Kim, Murat Sever, Virginia T. Wilson (Chair) and Jiyoung Moon (Chair).
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