DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE College of Health and Human Sciences Georgia State University. ANNUAL REPORT January 1 - December 31, 2009

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1 DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE College of Health and Human Sciences Georgia State University ANNUAL REPORT January 1 - December 31, 2009 A. Overview of the Criminal Justice Department 1. Mission and Structure The Department of Criminal Justice generates and disseminates knowledge and information that is theoretically driven and policy relevant for the fields of criminal justice and criminology. Our faculty accomplishes this by: (1) engaging in research and scholarly activities to address issues of crime and justice affecting diverse populations in urban settings; (2) producing students who are critical and ethical thinkers, knowledgeable about the issues of crime and justice, and prepared for leadership positions in public and private sector agencies that address crime and justice problems; (3) collaborating with public and private agencies through education, training, and research ventures that enhance our understanding of, and response to, issues associated with crime and the administration of justice. We maintain a focus on issues related to communities and crime/violence reflected in the research that our faculty conduct, as well as in the types of electives that we offer to students that distinguishes our program from others. We meet the demands of students by providing coursework that is theoretically driven but responsive to their needs. Readings, lectures, and research assignments are supplemented with field trips and with guest speakers who are recognized professionals in the field. These efforts are enhanced by a demanding, yet rewarding, internship program. The Department offers Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in criminal justice and will be offering a doctoral (Ph.D.) program in criminal justice and criminology beginning Fall The Department's research activities further exemplify the commitment to integrating theory and practice of our interdisciplinary field. Some of that research addresses specific needs of criminal justice agencies, while some is more theoretical in nature. Further proof of the Department's commitment to scholarship can be found in two respected peer-reviewed journals published in the Department: Criminal Justice Review and the International Criminal Justice Review. This past year the Department approved the creation of the Center for Crime and Violence Prevention Policy, which is awaiting university approval. Another dimension of the Department's research activity is the Statistical Analysis Bureau (SAB) which analyzes Georgia criminal 1

2 justice data. The Department also houses the Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange Program (GILEE) for law enforcement executive development in Georgia and several other countries, and the International Law Enforcement Enterprise (ILEE); several faculty members regularly engage in international research and assistance projects. The Department maintains close professional ties with the criminal justice community through a host of agency-based internship placements, through various public committees and projects, and at various public events. 2. Faculty and Staff (Full-Time) Dr. Brenda Blackwell, Associate Professor Ms. Nadia Borrisova, Assistant Director, GILEE and ILEE Dr. Timothy Brezina, Associate Professor Dr. Dave Camp, Associate Professor Emeritus (teaching half-time appointment) Dr. Sue Carter Collins, Associate Professor and Internship Coordinator Dr. Dean A. Dabney, Associate Professor Dr. Leah Daigle, Assistant Professor Dr. Mary A. Finn, Professor and Associate Provost of Institutional Effectiveness Dr. Joshua Hinkle, Assistant Professor Dr. Robert R. Friedmann, Professor and Distinguished Chair of Public Safety Partnerships Ms. Mary Mason, Senior Secretary Dr. Ranee McEntire, Visiting Assistant Instructor Dr. Brian K. Payne, Professor and Chair Dr. Wendy Guastaferro, Assistant Professor Dr. Lisa Muftić, Assistant Professor Dr. Mark D. Reed, Associate Professor Ms. Anita Stewart, Business Manager Dr. Brent Teasdale, Assistant Professor Dr. Volkan Topalli, Associate Professor Dr. Barbara Warner, Associate Professor and Graduate Program Coordinator Dr. Sue-Ming Yang, Assistant Professor 3. Students Current students and graduates of the program are found in all components of the criminal and juvenile justice systems and at all professional levels within these components at the metro, state, and national levels. Many of our undergraduates go on to law school our graduate school. Our graduate students participate in various research projects with students and some of them attended academic conferences including the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, the Southern Criminal Justice Association, and the Criminal Justice Association of Georgia. The Department values the close 2

3 relationships that are maintained among students, faculty, and alumni. This mutual support provides a dynamic environment which is enhanced even more by the proximity of municipal, county, state, and federal agencies as well as the private security sector. The Department had a total of 1,198 students enrolled during 2009, while in ,115 students enrolled. Of the students enrolled in 2009, 67% were minorities and 787 (65.7%) were females. A total of 10,805 credit hours were produced by the faculty. This is up from 9887 credit hours the year before (an increase of 9.3%), and 8,784 credit hours in 2007 (a 23% percent increase of 2,021 hours). The following two tables provide a summary of student enrollment and credit hour production by faculty. Calendar Year 2009 Criminal Justice Enrollment Program/Semester Minority % Minority Female % Female Spring 2009 BS MS Total Summer 2009 BS MS Total Fall 2009 BS MS Total TOTAL Credit Hours in Courses Taught by CJ Faculty, Calendar Years LEVEL Spring Summer Fall LOWER UPPER UNDERGRAD GRAD Total

4 The Department placed 88 undergraduate criminal justice majors in internships with a variety of criminal justice agencies (44 Spring, 22 Summer, and 30 Fall). The Department has established internship relationships with more than 100 agencies. The Department graduated 86 undergraduate and 8 graduate students in 2009 compared to 90 undergraduate and 7 graduate students in In Fall 2009, the Department had 509 declared majors, which was nearly a 12.9% increase from the Fall 2008 semester figure of 443, and approximately a 22% increase over the Fall 2005 semester figure of 397. Graduate Research Assistants were: Andrea Barber, Ryan Coble, Tatum Dorsey, Jessica Ekhomu, Jomo Haldane, Charles Hogan, Daniel Jarvis, Kimberly Hill Latimore, Erin Marsh, Mollie Mills, Azra Muftic, Sadie Mummert, Lauren Perea, Tonisia Pinson, Beverly Reece, Casey Stoll, Kathryn Taber, Andrea Williams Criminal Justice Student Association The Criminal Justice Student Association is an organization open to all GSU students who are interested in crime and criminal justice-related topics. CJSA provides a forum that facilitates interaction between students, faculty, program alumni, professionals employed in the field, and members of the broader community. CJSA is committed to developing networks with future criminal justice employers, the GSU Student Government Association, and faculty members in the Criminal Justice Department. The CJSA officers for the academic year: Steven Fields-President Yterenickia Bell- Vice President Christopher Coronado-Secretary Hiwot Terefe-Treasurer Tiffany Wyche-Director of Marketing Dr. Sue Collins Faculty advisor B. HIGHLIGHTS OF 2009 Faculty produced 54 publications: 3 books, 32 refereed articles, 8 book chapters/encyclopedia entries, one book review, and 10 research reports/other publications. (This was up from 44 publications the prior year: 3 books, 34 refereed articles, 4 book chapters/encyclopedia entries, 1 book review, and 2 research reports.) The department secured ~$131,000 in funded research (as compared to ~$106,000 the prior year. 4

5 The Department hired a one-year non-tenure track instructors Dr. Ranee McEntire. The Department conducted a successful search for a new tenure track professor. The new hire is Joshua Hinkle, University of Maryland. The PhD proposal in Criminal Justice and Criminology was approved by the Board of Regents. The Undergraduate Committee completed its recommendations for revising the undergraduate curriculum. Faculty made presentations at numerous conferences including the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, the American Society of Criminology, the Southern Criminal Justice Association, and the International Conference on Terrorism s Global Impact. The Department sponsored receptions at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences meeting in March and the American Society of Criminology meeting in November. The Department distributed two newsletters to students, faculty, and alumni. Results of an alumni survey were published by members of the undergraduate committee. The Department held an internship fair where graduating students presented posters related to the senior seminar. The fair was held in April 2009, July 2009 and December The Criminal Justice Student Association co-sponsored a job fair with the Department in April The Department continued its implementation of the Sophomore Learning Community. The Department used Supplemental Instruction for students in the Criminal Justice Statistics course. Under the leadership of the Academic Program Review Committee Volkan Topalli (Chair), Brenda Sims Blackwell, Timothy Brezina, and Wendy Guastaferro the department completed and submitted its self study as part of the academic review process. 1. SPECIAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF FACULTY Awards/Honors: Brenda Blackwell received 2009 Outstanding CTW Ambassador Report Award (Georgia State University; $750 travel stipend included). Leah Daigle -Awarded the 2009 William L. Simon/Anderson Publishing Outstanding Paper Award. For Hartman, Jennifer L., Michael G. Turner, Leah E. Daigle, M. Lyn Exum, and Francis T. Cullen.(2009) Exploring the Gender Differences in Protective Factors: Implications for Understanding Resiliency. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 53,

6 Robbie Friedmann J. Edgar Hoover Memorial Scholarship, The Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI, Inc., at the 56th annual meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, September 19 ($2,500). Wendy Guastaferro - Georgia State University Instructional Effectiveness Award; Center for Teaching & Learning Research Fellow (09-10); Keynote Speaker at College of Health & Human Sciences Honors Day ceremony, April 20, Brian Payne named vice president of Southern Criminal Justice Association after completing a term as second vice president; keynote speaker at Dakota Wesleyan s Family Life Conference (February 2009). Anita Stewart, the Department's Business Manager, received the College of Health and Human Sciences (CHHS) Staff Excellence Award. Drs. Volkan Topalli and Barbara Warner were cited in a study published in the Journal of Criminal Justice education as the 8th and 9th top criminal justice scholars receiving research funding from national foundations. Dr. Sue-Ming Yang presented Do Broken Windows Cause Violence? at a Congressional briefing focused on Reducing Violent Crime at Places on February 3, 2009 in the Senate Russell Office Building in Washington D.C. Books: Copes, H. & Topalli, V. (2009). Criminological theory: Readings and retrospectives. New York: McGraw-Hill. Payne, B., & Gainey, R. (2009). Family violence and criminal justice: A life course approach (3 rd edition). Cincinnati: Lexis Nexus. Terrill, R. (2009). World criminal justice systems (7 th edition). Cincinnati: Lexis Nexis. Scholarly Journal Articles: Brezina, T., Tekin, E., and Topalli, V. (2009). Might not be a tomorrow: A multimethods approach to anticipated early death and youth crime. Criminology, 47, Brezina, T. (2009). Accounting for variation in the perceived effects of adolescent substance use. Journal of Drug Issues, 39, Highland, R.A., & Dabney, D. A. (2009). Using Adlerian theory to shed light on drug dealer motivations. Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice, 5, Daigle, L. E., Fisher, B. S., and Stewart, M. (2009). The effectiveness of sexual victimization prevention among college students. Victims and Offenders, 4,

7 Hartman, J. L., Turner, M. G., Daigle, L.E., Exum, M. L., and Cullen, F. T. (2009). Exploring the gender differences in protective factors: Implications for understanding resiliency. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 53, Muftić, L. R. (2009). Macro-micro theoretical integration: An unexplored theoretical frontier. Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology, 1, Muftić, L. R., & Gültekin, K. (2009). Gender and terrorism: A comparison of male and female PKK terrorists incarcerated in Turkey. Turkish Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 1, Payne, B. K., & Triplett, R. (2009). Assessing the domestic violence training needs of benefits workers. Journal of Family Violence, 24, Button, D., & Payne, B. K. (2009). Training child protective services workers about domestic violence: Needs, strategies, and barriers. Children and Youth Service Review, 31, Payne, B. K., DeMichele, M., & Nonso O. (2009). Attitudes about electronic monitoring: Minority and majority racial group differences. Journal of Criminal Justice, 37, Payne, B. K., & DeMichele, M. (2009). The GPS electronic monitoring tool: Strengths, concerns, and a call for evidence-based practices. Perspectives, 33, DeMichele, M., & Payne, B. K. (2009). GPS tracking and the law enforcement role. Police Journal, 82, Payne, B. K., & Button, D. (2009). Developing a citywide youth violence prevention plan: Perceptions of various stakeholders. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 53, Carmody, D., Ekhomu, J., & Payne, B. (2009). Campus sexual assault prevention needs. College Student Journal, 43, Payne, B. K., Ekhomu, J., & Carmody, D. (2009). Structural barriers to preventing and responding to sexual assaults. Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 11, Button, D., DeMichele, M., & Payne, B. (2009). Using electronic monitoring to supervise sex offenders: Legislative patterns and implications for supervising sex offenders. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 20, Payne, B. K., & Guastaferro, W. (2009). Mind the gap: Attitudes about Miranda warnings among police chiefs and citizens. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 24,

8 Payne, B. K., & Gainey, R. R. (2009). Mapping elder mistreatment cases: interactions between dementia, service utilization, access to services, and disadvantage. Journal of Human Behavior and the Social Environment, 19, Gainey, R. R., & Payne, B. K. (2009). Gender, victimization, perceived risk, and perceptions of police performance in disadvantaged neighborhoods. International Journal of Police Science and Management, 11, Payne, B. K., King, P., & Manois, A. (2009). Police training about elder abuse. International Perspectives in Victimology. Callanan, V., & Teasdale, B. (2009). Exploring gender differences in the measurement of fear of crime. Feminist Criminology, 4, Stephens, P. C., Sloboda, Z., Grey, S., Stephens, R. C., Hammond, A., Hawthorne, R., Teasdale, B., & Williams, J. E. (2009). Is the receptivity of substance abuse prevention programming impacted by students perceptions of the instructor? Health Education and Behavior, 36, Sloboda, Z., Stephens, P., Pyakuryal, A., Teasdale, B., Stephens, R. C., Hawthorne, R. D., Marquette, J., & Williams, J. E. (2009). Implementation fidelity: The experience of the adolescent substance abuse prevention study. Health Education Research, 29, Teasdale, B., Stephens, P. C., Sloboda, Z., Grey, S. F., & Stephens, R. C. (2009). The influence of program mediators on eleventh grade outcomes for seventh grade substance users and non-users. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 102, Sloboda, Z., Stephens, R. C., Stephens, P. C., Grey, S. F., Teasdale, B., Hawthorne, R., Williams, J., & Marquette, J. (2009). The adolescent substance abuse prevention study: A randomized trial of a universal substance abuse prevention program. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 102, Stephens, P. C., Sloboda, Z., Stephens, R. C., Teasdale, B., Grey, S. F., Marquette, J. F., Hawthorne, R. D., & Williams, J. (2009). Universal school-based substance abuse prevention programs: Modeling targeted mediators and outcomes for cigarette, alcohol, and marijuana use. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 102, Teasdale, B. (2009). Mental disorder and violent victimization. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 36, Teasdale, B. & Silver, E. (2009). Neighborhood disadvantage and low selfcontrol: Toward an expanded view of socialization. Social Problems, 56,

9 Alemagno, S., Tonkin, P., Shaffer-King, P., & Teasdale, B. (2009) Prescription drug abuse of adolescent arrestees: Correlates and implications. Journal of Correctional Health Care, 15, Taylor, T.J., Holleran, D., & Topalli, V. (2009). Racial bias in case processing: Does victim race affect police clearance of violent crime incidents? Justice Quarterly, 26, Yang, S. M. (2009). Assessing the spatial-temporal relationship between disorder and violence. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. LaFree, G., Yang, S. M., & Crenshaw, M. (2009). Trajectories of terrorism: Attack patterns of foreign groups that have targeted the United States, 1970 to Journal of Criminology and Public Policy, 8, Book Chapters/Encyclopedia Entries: Muftić, L. R., & Foster, R. (2009). Gender entrapment theory. Encyclopedia of Race and Crime, (Eds. H. T. Greene, & S. L. Gabbidon., pp ). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. Payne, B. K. (2009). African American victims. Encyclopedia of Race and Crime, (Eds. H. T. Greene, & S. Gabbidon). Payne, B. K. (2009). Elder abuse. Encyclopedia of Criminology (Ed. J. M. Miller). Reed, M. D. (2009). Sudden death. Encyclopedia of Death and the Human Experience (Eds. C. D. Bryant, & D. L. Peck). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publication, Inc. Teasdale, B. (2009). Psychopathology theory. The Praeger Handbook of Victimology. (Ed. J.K. Wilson). Greenwood Publishing Inc. Teasdale, B. (2009). Alcohol and victimization. The Praeger Handbook of Victimology. (Ed. J.K. Wilson). Greenwood Publishing Inc. Topalli, V. (2009). Robbery, in Bonnie Fisher and Steven Lab (Eds), Encyclopedia of Victimology and Crime Prevention, (Eds, B, Fisher and S. Lab). New York: Sage Publishers. LaFree, G., Yang, S. M., & Crenshaw, M. (2009). International cooperation, not unilateral policies may be the best counterterrorist strategy. In N. A. Frost, J. D. Freilich, and T. R. Clear (Eds.), Contemporary issues in criminal justice policy: Policy proposals from the American society of criminology conference (pp ). Belmont, CA: Cengage/Wadsworth. 9

10 Book Reviews: Brezina, T. (2009). Book review: Through the eye of hurricane Katrina: Social justice in the United States. Criminal Justice Review, 34, Technical Reports: Friedmann, R. (2009). Intermediate implementation of improved crime data system. Final report. National Institute of Justice. Friedmann, R. (2009). Improving crime data project. Final report. National Institute of Justice. Payne, B. (2009). Probation and parole officer workload. American Probation and Parole Association. Weisburd, D., Groff, E., & Yang, S. M. (2009). Understanding developmental crime trajectories at places: Social disorganization and opportunity perspectives at micro units of geography. Final Report. National Institute of Justice Grant. Number 2005-IJ-CX Other Publications: Brezina, T. (2009). Dead by 25, So who cares? Anticipated early death and youth crime. Message posted to Changing Lives, Changing Minds blog post: Friedmann, R. (2009, September 19). Thoughts for Rosh Hashana Atlanta Jewish Times. Friedmann, R. (2009, May 15). When does not equal 2: Too many options for the Middle East conflict. Atlanta Jewish Times. Friedmann, R. (2009, January 23). Unacceptable. Atlanta Jewish Times. Friedmann, R. (2009, October). Instructional video for the community policing committee Retrieved from Demichele, M., & Payne, B. (2009). Using technology to monitor offenders: A community corrections perspective. Corrections Today. August, Grants/Contracts received: Dabney, D. (2009). Criminal Justice Review/International Criminal Justice Review (~$45,000). 10

11 Daigle, L. (2009). Georgia State University, Writing Across the Curriculum grant received for Corrections. ($2,000). Guastaferro, W. (2009). Georgia State University, Writing Across the Curriculum grant received for Corrections. ($2,000). Yang, S. M. (2009). Faculty Development Grant, Georgia State University ($800) Yang, S. M. (2009). Principal Investigator, Risk Evaluation of Terrorism in South East Asia. Federal Agency funding National Consortium for the study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (through START, University of Maryland), $30,149. Yang, S. M. (2009). Using Global Terrorism Data to Model Counter Terrorism Policies in Sri Lanka. Federal Agency funding National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (through START, University of Maryland), $22,500. Grant work continued from prior years: Finn, M., and Blackwell, B., completed their work on a child sex trafficking project funded by the National Institute of Justice. Friedmann, R. Fighting Crime with Advanced Technologies: Using Improved Criminal Justice Data to Help Fight and Reduce Crime. Service or application of Knowledge or scholarship. Federal agency funding. October 1, 2002 December 31, $3,051, 999 (non-competing continuation). Friedmann, R. Intermediate Implementation of Improved Crime Data System. January 1, December 31, $1,490,249.75, National Institute of Justice (noncompeting continuation). Dr. Wendy Guastaferro continued work with the DeKalb County Drug Court, funded in part by a grant from the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The following excerpt is from a SAMHSA site visit evaluation report (July 2009): Important to creating T2 [a program for lower risk offenders] and to the effectiveness of [DeKalb County Drug Court] is Georgia State University Program Evaluator, Dr. Wendy Guastaferro, who provides hands-on technical assistance in reviewing workflow and interacting onsite with criminal justice and treatment team members....recommendation: DeKalb County Drug Court should consider becoming a mentor court or otherwise hosting other drug court representatives seeking to observe drug court and treatment program outstanding practices. Dr. Volkan Topalli continued as PI of Grant GLC17 (National Science Foundation Grant) started 2005 ($127,383). 11

12 Dr. Sue-Ming Yang finished an NIJ funded project. The full reference of the project is: Weisburd, David, Elizabeth Groff and Sue-Ming Yang. (2009) Understanding Developmental Crime Trajectories at Places: Social Disorganization and Opportunity Perspectives at Micro Units of Geography. Final Report. National Institute of Justice Grant. Number 2005-IJ-CX Grants submitted: Brezina, T. (Principal Investigator), & Yang, S. M. (Co-Investigator). (2009). Urban legends, folk devils, and contemporary racial prejudice. National Institutes of Health, Challenge Grant in Health and Science Research (RC1). $286,946. Brezina, T. (Principal Investigator), & Yang, S. M. (Co-Investigator). (2009). The cultural transmission of racial prejudice: A case study of hurricane Katrina. American Sociological Association, Funds for the Advancement of the Discipline. $6,352. Brezina, T., & Topalli, V. (2009). Criminal self-efficacy, legal punishment, & deterrence: A multi-methods in investigation. National Institute of Justice. $34,588. Swahn. M., McCarty, F., Teasdale, B., & Daigle, L. (Co-Principal Investigators). (2009). Prevalence, risk factors, co-occurrence, and stability over time of alcohol-related risky behaviors and criminal justice involvement among U.S. adolescents and young adults. National Institutes of Health. $431,413 requested. Dabney, D. (Principal Investigator), Copes, H., Tewksbury, R., & Ashby, J. (2009). Stress and coping among homicide investigators. National Institute of Justice Crime and Justice Solicitation ( GA-IJ). $422,733. Dabney, D. (Principal Investigator), Copes, H., Tewksbury, R., & Ashby, J. (2009). Stress and coping among homicide Investigators. National Institute of Justice, Recovery Act: Research and Evaluation of Recovery Act State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance solicitation ( GA-DN). $422,733. Payne, B. (Principal Investigator), Strasser, S. (Co-Investigator), & Brezina, T. (Co- Investigator). (2009). Assessing risk and protective factors for elder abuse: The role of strain and social disorganization. National Institute of Justice (NIJ). $298,000. Topalli, V., & Kleider, H., Parrott, D., & King, T.(2009). Investigation of individual differences that influence police officer shooting decisions. National Institute of Justice. $459,303. Topalli, V., & Tekin, E. (2009). Foreclosures and Crime: A multi-methods national study. National Science Foundation. $307,

13 Topalli, V., & Meyers, J. (2009). The youth violence prevention initiative of Atlanta. Department of Justice. $2,727,000. Kleider, H., Topalli, V., Parrott, D., & King, T. (2009). Police officer decision-making in shoot/don t shoot situations. National Science Foundation. $171, 865. Topalli, V., Daigle, L., & Teasdale, B. (2009). Statewide victim notification satisfaction survey. Criminal Justice Coordinating Council of Georgia. $29,883. Yang, S. M. (2009). Risk evaluation of terrorism in South East Asia. National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (through START, University of Maryland). $30,149. Yang, S. M. (2009). Using global terrorism data to model counter terrorism policies in Sri Lanka. National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (through START, University of Maryland). $22,500. Yang, S. M. (2009). Broken windows: An objective reality or a race-dependent perception? Faculty Mentored Grant, Georgia State University. Yang, S. M. (2009). Foundation for the Defense of Democracies Academic Fellowship. Presentations at Academic Conferences: (excludes presentations to local groups, businesses, and professional groups). Blackwell, B. Media Coverage of Minority Female Abductions. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Boston, MA., Brezina, T. Criminal Self-Efficacy: Exploring the Correlates and Consequences of a Successful Criminal Identity. Presented at the 2009 meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA, Collins, S. C. Legal Research and Social Science Research: Are They Compatible or Mutually Exclusive? Presented at ACJS, Boston, MA., March 12, Collins, S. C. Stepping Down From Supermax: A Study of Best Practices Presented at ACJS, Boston, MA., March 13, Collins, S. C. Comparing Virtual and Face-to-Face Peer Review For Student Writing Projects in Criminal Justice Courses Presented at ACJS, Boston, MA, March 13, Daigle, L. E., & Fisher, B. S. Recurring Sexual Victimization: The Impact of the Victim-Offender Relationship. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Philadelphia, PA,

14 Friedmann, R. R. International Terrorism and Local Solutions. Presented at International Terrorism and Local Solutions Conference, Atlanta, GA., April Friedmann, R. R. "How Can Modern Policing Assimilate CT with Many Other Conflicting Assignments? ICT s 9th annual conference on Terrorism s Global Impact, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC), Herzliya, Israel, September 10. Guastaferro, W.P. Using the Level of Service inventory revised (LSI-R) in drug court. Presented at the American Society of Criminology conference, Philadelphia, PA, November Guastaferro, W.P. Incorporating evidence based practices into client assessments & treatment plans. Presented at Georgia Drug, DUI & Mental Health Court Conference. Atlanta, GA., May Guastaferro, W.P. Custodial grandparents: Exploring the reach of the criminal justice system. Presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences conference, Boston, MA., March Hinkle, J. C. Making sense of broken windows: The relationship between disorder and crime-direct or indirect? Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Philadelphia, PA., Weisburd, D., Hinkle, J. C., Famega, C., & Ready, J. Broken windows policing at crime hotspots: The impact on citizens who live at places. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Philadelphia, PA., Famega, C., Ready, J., Weisburd, D., & Hinkle, J. C. The impact of broken windows on police legitimacy. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Philadelphia, PA., Muftić, L. R. Intimate Partner Violence in Post-Conflict Bosnia: Incidence and Attitudes among Muslim Women. Presented at the Feminist and Legal Theory Institute for Developing Nations Workshop titled Violence and Vulnerability, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, November Payne, B.K., & Dabney, D.A. Sanctioning Health Care Offenders: Punishing the Crime or the Criminal? Presented at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, MA, March Payne, B.K., & Blowers. A. The Collaborative Response to Elder Abuse: Anomic Conditions and Barriers. Presented at the annual meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Charleston, SC, September

15 McKee, J., & Payne, B.K. Levels of Emotionality and Histories of Witnessing Domestic Violence. Presented at the annual meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Charleston, SC, September DeMichele, M., & Payne, B.K. Workload Estimates by Probation Officers and their Directors. Presented at the annual meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Charleston, SC, September Payne, B.K., & DeMichele, M. GPS for Sex Offenders and Workload Concerns. Presented at the annual meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Charleston, SC, September Gainey, R., & Payne, B.K. Perceptions of a Drug Problem and Attitudes about Youth Violence. Presented at the annual meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Charleston, SC, September Payne, B., Guastaferro, W.P., & Mummert, S. Attitudes about Group Work among Criminal Justice Students: The Influence of Participation in Group Projects. Presented at Criminal Justice Association of Georgia Annual Conference, Pine Mountain, Georgia, November Ritter, C., Teller, J. L. S., Marcussen, K., Munetz, M., & Teasdale, B. Police Officers as Street Corner Psychiatrists: Assessments and Transport to Treatment. Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems. San Francisco, CA. August, Teasdale, B., & Daigle, L. E. Recurring Victimization of People with Mental Disorders: A Within-Person Modeling Approach. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Philadelphia, PA, Toyinbo, P., Brown, H., Sloboda, Z., Grey, S. F., Tonkin, M., Teasdale, B., & Stephens, R. C. Additive Latent Variable (ALV) Modeling: Assessing Variation in Intervention Impact in the Adolescent Substance Abuse Prevention Study A Methodological Discussion Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Prevention Research. Washington, DC. May, Topalli, V., Brezina, T, & Tekin, E. Anticipated Early Death and the Gendered Nature of Youth Crime, Presented at the American Society of Criminology, November Higgins, G, Copes, H., & Topalli, V. Offending and Neutralization Trajectories among Adolescents, Presented at the American Society of Criminology, November Topalli, V. Grandparents Raising Adolescents: Gang Activity Awareness and Prevention. Presented at the 2 nd Annual Symposium on Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, March

16 Reed, M. D. Procedural justice and the courts: Co-victim satisfaction in the criminal processing of murder cases. Presented at the American Society of Criminology meetings in Philadelphia, PA, November Ohmer, M., Beck, E., & Warner, B. D.. Building Community Capacity to Prevent Violence: Findings from a Pilot Project to Facilitate Collective Efficacy among Residents, Paper presented at Society for Social Work and Research, New Orleans, LA., January LaFree, G., & Yang, S. M. (2009). Policy proposal: International cooperation, not unilateral policies may be the best counterterrorist strategy. American Society of Criminology Conference, Philadelphia, PA. Yang, S. M., Weisburd, D., & Groff, E. (2009). What matters in predicting crime? Analyzing risk factors related to crime at micro places over time. American Society of Criminology Conference, Philadelphia, PA. Groff, E., Weisburd, D., and Yang, S. M. (2009). Is it important to examine crime trends at a local "micro" level?: A longitudinal analysis of block to block variability in crime trajectories. American Society of Criminology Conference, Philadelphia, PA. Yang, S. M. (2009). Causal or merely co-existing: A longitudinal study of violence and disorder at places. Crime and Place Working Group Special Session on the Empirical Evidence on the Relevance of Place in Criminology. The Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy, George Mason University. Yang, S. M. (2009). Causal or merely co-existing: A longitudinal study of violence and disorder at places. Congressional Briefing Reducing Violent Crime at Places: The Research Evidence held by the Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy, George Mason University. 2. SPECIAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF STUDENTS Student Awards and Honors: Larry E. Quinn Memorial Award Lillian W. Robinson Undergraduate Academic Award Karima A. Ibrahim Graduate Academic Award Taneshia V. Sims and Erin L. Valentino James L. Maddex, Jr. Scholarship Janay Nichelle Davis and Erinn Perry 16

17 Phil Peters Scholarship Miranda Bauman American Society of Industrial Security Greater Atlanta Chapter Scholarship Laura Ryan Bobby Joe Chancey Sr. Memorial Scholarship Hung Tran Chris Perrin Memorial Scholarship Tatum A. Dorsey and Alyssa Stewart Distinguished Alumni Service Award Isaiah Mapp, Jr. Outstanding Criminal Justice Agency Award Georgia Bureau of Investigation Judge Andrew A. Mickle Outstanding Instructor Award Dr. Derek Allen 3. SPECIAL ACTIVITIES IN PUBLIC SERVICE Departmental Journals. It was another productive year for the two peer-reviewed journals which are housed in the Department: Criminal Justice Review (CJR) and International Criminal Justice Review (ICJR). Dr. Dean Dabney concluded his second year as editor in The editor was assisted by three GRA s: Jessica Ekhomu as managing editor (40% FTE appointment), Ryan Coble as book review editor (30% FTE appointment). The Criminal Justice Review is published four times a year through a lease agreement with Sage Publications. The CJR is a scholarly journal dedicated to presenting a broad perspective on criminal justice issues. It focuses on any aspect of crime and the justice system and can feature local, state, or national concerns. Both qualitative and quantitative pieces are encouraged, providing that they adhere to standards of quality scholarship. As a peer-reviewed journal, we encourage the submission of articles, research notes, and commentaries that focus on crime and broadly defined justice-related topics marked the second year of the James L. Maddex, Jr. Paper of the Year Award, an honor that was bestowed upon Drs. Kent R. Kerley, Heith Copes, and Andy Hochstetler for their article entitled, "Self-Control, Prison Victimization, and Prison Infractions," that appeared in the fourth issue of volume 34. During this reporting period, the CJR processed a total of 112 manuscripts; 43 of which were previous years submissions and 71 of which were new submissions. Comparing the 17

18 numbers from 2008 to 2009, we experienced a 5% increase in the total number of manuscripts processed and 2% increase in the number of new manuscript submissions. A total of 20 of the 43 carry over manuscripts were published in the 2009 volume, 8 were accepted for publication in the 2010 volume, 8 were rejected, 2 withdrawn, and 5 remained in a pending status at the end of the year. This translates into an acceptance rate of 83.7% for these 43 carry over submissions. Of the 71 new submission in 2009, 11 were accepted for publication, 43 rejected, 3 were withdrawn by the authors, and 14 were pending decisions at the close of the calendar year. This translates into an acceptance rate of 15.5% for the manuscripts submitted and processed during the 2009 calendar year. Of the 94 manuscripts that were processed by CJR staff in 2009 to the point of a final decision, 39 achieved an acceptance status (41.5%) and 51 were designated a rejection status (54.3%). Of those manuscripts that were received and acted upon by CJR staff in 2009, the average turnaround time for a first level decision letter was 49 days. This represents nearly a 5% decrease in processing time over the distressing 51.2 day average from Of the 39 manuscripts that were eventually accepted for publication in 2009, the average processing time to a final decision was 169 days. This above detailed activity resulted in the publication of 4 issues of the 2009 volume 34 of the CJR: issue one containing 5 articles, 1 commentary piece, and 15 book reviews; issue two containing 5 articles, 1 summary of recent legal developments, and 25 book reviews; issue three containing 5 articles, 1 summary of recent legal developments, and 10 book reviews; and issue four containing 4 articles, 1 summary of recent legal developments, and 9 book reviews. The International Criminal Justice Review is also published four times a year through a lease agreement with Sage Publications. The ICJR is a scholarly journal dedicated to presenting system wide trends and problems on crime and justice throughout the world. Articles may focus on a single country or compare issues affecting two or more countries. Both qualitative and quantitative pieces are encouraged, providing they adhere to standards of quality scholarship. Manuscripts may emphasize either contemporary or historical topics. As a peer-reviewed journal, we encourage the submission of articles, research notes, and commentaries that focus on crime and broadly defined justice-related topics in an international and/or comparative context marked the second year of the Richard J. Terrill Paper of the Year Award, an honor that was bestowed upon Drs. Sener Uludag, Mark Colvin, David Hussey, Abbey L. Eng for their article entitled, "Democracy, Inequality, Modernization, Routine Activities, and International Variations in Personal Crime Victimizations, that appeared in the third issue of volume 19. During 2009, the ICJR processed a total of 67 manuscripts; 28 of which were previous years submissions and 39 of which were new submissions. Comparing the numbers from 2008 to 2009, we experienced a 10% decrease in the total number of manuscripts processed and 15% decrease in the number of new manuscript submissions. A total of 16 of the carry over manuscripts were published in the 2009 volume, 1 was accepted for publication in the 2010 volume, 6 were rejected, 2 were withdrawn, and 1 was pending at 18

19 the end of the 2009 calendar year. This translates into an acceptance rate of 57.1% for these carry over submissions. Of the new submission in 2009, 11 were accepted for publication, 22 rejected, 0 withdrawn by the authors, and 7 were pending decisions at the close of the calendar year. This translates into an acceptance rate of 28.2% for the manuscripts submitted and processed during the 2009 calendar year. Of the 60 manuscripts that were processed by ICJR staff in 2009 to the point of a final decision, 29 achieved an acceptance status (48.3%) and an equal number (29) were designated a rejection status (48.3%). Of those manuscripts that were received and acted upon by ICJR staff in 2009, the average turnaround time for a first level decision letter was 56 days. This number represents a 5% improvement over the average processing time (59 days) experienced during Of the 2009 submissions that were eventually accepted for publication, the average processing time was 166 days. This above mentioned activity resulted in the publication of 4 issues of the 2009 volume 19 of the ICJR: issue one containing 3 articles and 20 book reviews; issue two containing 6 articles and 20 book reviews; issue three containing 4 articles and 19 book reviews; and issue four containing 4 articles, 1 summary of recent legal developments, and 17 book reviews. Issue 19:2 was a thematic issue focusing on genocide, with Dr. John Winterdyk from the faculty of Mount Royal College in Canada serving as guest editor. Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange (GILEE) and International Law Enforcement Enterprise. Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange (GILEE) and International Law Enforcement Enterprise. Both GILEE and ILEE carried out 20 programs that included the 17th delegation of Georgia, California, and Florida, police officials visiting Israel. A total of 71 police officials participated in these programs. In addition, Major General (Ret.) Moshe Yaalon, Israel s Deputy Prime Minister and former IDF Chief of Staff, briefed law enforcement communities in Atlanta and Nashville on how democracies can win their fight against the threat of international terrorism. Eight law enforcement leaders from Argentina, Colombia, Finland, Greece, Haiti, Indonesia, Israel and Jamaica, were guests of the State Department in Georgia and briefed by the GBI and GILEE on U.S. law enforcement challenges and responses. The Deputy Commissioner of the Israel Police attended the Georgia Law Enforcement Command College at Columbus State University, lectured in Columbus and also trained with the Atlanta Police Department. GILEE and the U.S. Attorney s Office for the Northen District of Georgia held a special briefing on International Terrorism and Local Solutions with counter-terrorism experts. GILEE and ASIS - Greater Atlanta Chapter held a summit on Law Enforcement and Business Continuity: Challenges and Solutions for a New Era. Federal, state and local agencies as well as corporate representatives and subject matter experts briefed the summit and conducted workshops. A Chief Superintendent from the Israel Police Division of Identification and Forensic Science visited the Georgia Bureau of Investigation s Division of Forensic Sciences. The two crime labs conduct annual cooperation programs. Bomb technicians teams from the GBI 19

20 and the Israel Police held on-site training for their counterparts. Representatives from the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia and the Charleston County Sheriff's Office (SC), were speakers at the 9th World Summit on Counter Terrorism: "Terrorism's Global Impact," Herzliya, Israel. GILEE received the J. Edgar Hoover Memorial Scholarship Award and $2,500 from the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI, Inc., at their 56th annual meeting. Other Public Service Faculty service their profession, the criminal justice community, and their local community in a number of ways. To illustrate, faculty serve on the editorial boards of the: American Journal of Criminal Justice, Crime Prevention and Community Safety, Criminal Justice Policy Review, Journal of Crime and Justice, Journal of Criminal Justice Education, Journal of Drug Issues, and Justice Quarterly. They have also reviewed manuscripts for a host of scholarly publications and grants for the National Science Foundation. Finally, they have been active in their professional associations, including the American Society of Criminology, the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, and the Southern Criminal Justice Association. In reference to the criminal justice community, faculty are involved both as advisors and members of groups or committees such as: the Atlanta Mayor s Office on the Weed and Seed Program, the Atlanta Police Department, the Crime Victims Advocacy Council, Atlanta Crime Stoppers, Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police, Georgia Peace Officers Standards and Training Council, the Community Policing Committee of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, the Training and Education Committee for the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police, the Police Foundation Board for the Atlanta Police Department, the Fulton County Courthouse Security Commission, the Advisory Board for the International Institute for Counterterrorism (in the Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya, Israel), the Academic Committee on Harm Prioritization Scale, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and the International Association of Chiefs of Police. Their involvement in the community includes performing various service activities for groups or organizations such as English Avenue Community Public Safety Committee, American Association of University Women, Central Atlanta Progress, Eagle s Nest Ministries, the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, and the Turkish American Cultural Association of Georgia. C. PLANNING 1. GOALS FOR 2009 A. Promote connections with students B. Expand funded research C. Expand use of web-based technology in courses D. Revise curricula where necessary E. Evaluate Sophomore Learning Community F. Address changes recommended in CHHS Strategic Plan (e.g., advisory board, connections with alumni, explore possibility of minor) 20

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