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1 1 CURRICULUM VITA RODNEY F. KINGSNORTH EDUCATION 1963 B.Sc. (Econ). London School of Economics, University of London Doctor of Criminology. University of California, Berkeley. EMPLOYMENT 1981 Professor of Sociology. CS.U.S Associate Professor of Sociology. C.S.U.S Assistant Professor of Sociology. C.S.U.S. CONSULTANT Sacramento County District Attorney s Office. Development of a data collection instrument and preparation of a Statistical Report on Domestic Violence Case Processing. PUBLICATIONS 2015 Review: Policing and Prosecuting Sexual Assault: Inside the Criminal Justice System by Cassia Spohn and Katharine Tellis. Contemporary Sociology (forthcoming) 2013 The Influence of Plaintiff Gender on the Judicial Decision to Grant Civil Restraining Orders in Intimate Partner Violence Cases: A Replication and Analysis. Violence Against Women (R.Kingsnorth, L.Wolcott and K Lonnquist.) 2010 Change Judicial Appointments in Remaking California: Reclaiming the Public Good edited by R. Jeffrey Lustig. Heyday Press. Berkeley. CA Intimate Partner Violence; The Role of Suspect Gender in Prosecutorial Decision-Making. (R. Kingsnorth and R. MacIntosh.) Justice Quarterly. Vol. 24. No Intimate Partner Violence: Predictors of Recidivism in a Sample of Arrestees. Violence Against Women. Vol. 12 No Domestic Violence: Predictors of Victim Support for Official Action. (R. Kingsnorth and R. MacIntosh.) Justice Quarterly. Vol. 21. No.2

2 Criminal Charge or Probation Violation: Prosecutorial Discretion and Implications for Research. (R.Kingsnorth, R. MacIntosh and S. Sutherland.) Criminology. Vol. 40 No Domestic Violence: The Role of Interracial/Ethnic Dyads in Criminal Court Processing. (R. Kingsnorth, R. MacIntosh, T. Berdahl. C. Blades, S. Rossi.) Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice. Vol 17. No Adult Sexual Assault: The Role of Prior Relationship and Victim Characteristics in Case processing and Sentencing. (R.Kingsnorth, R. MacIntosh, and J. Wentworth) Justice Quarterly. Vol. 16 No Criminal Sentencing and the Court Probation Officer: The Myth of Individualized Justice Re-visited (R. Kingsnorth and D. Cummings) Justice System Journal. Vol 20 No Adult Sexual Assault: The Role of Racial/Ethnic Composition in Case processing and Sentencing. (R. Kingsnorth, J. Lopez, J. Wentworth.). Journal of Criminal Justice, Vol 26. No Race, Drugs and Sentencing: Hidden Effects of the Criminal Law (C. Barnes and R. Kingsnorth). Journal of Criminal Justice. Vol 24. No Specific Deterrence and the DUI Offender: The Impact of California s Administrative Per Se Law. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice. Vol. 9. No Deterrence and the DUI Offender: The Impact of a Decade of Reform. (R. Kingsnorth, L. Alvis, G. Gavia). Justice Quarterly. Vol 10. No The Gunther Special: Deterrence and the DUI Offender Criminal Justice and Behavior: An International Journal. Vol. 18. No Organizational and Mandated Factors in the Implementation of the Bail Reform Act in the Eastern Federal District of California (C. Barnes, R. Kingsnorth, T. Hodgins) Criminal Justice Policy Review. Vol 3. No Driving Under the Influence: Legal and Extra-Legal Factors in Court Sentencing Practices (R. Kingsnorth, C. Barnes, P. Coonley) Criminal Justice Policy Review. Vol 3. No. 4.

3 DUI: The Impact of Legislative Reform on Court Sentencing Practices (R. Kingsnorth, M. Jungsten) Crime and Delinquency. Vol 2. No Preventive Detention: The Impact of the 1984 Bail Reform Act in the Eastern District of California (R. Kingsnorth, C. Barnes, T. Hodgins, C. Nicholas, C. Davis) Criminal Justice Policy Review. Vol 2. No Decision-Making in the Criminal Courts: Continuities and Discontinuities. (R. Kingsnorth and L. Rizzo). Criminology 17: Decision-Making in a Parole Bureaucracy. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. RESEARCH REPORTS 2000 Domestic Violence Case Processing: An Analysis of 1427 Cases Processed Through the Sacramento County Criminal Court System Between July, and November 1, Prepared for the Sacramento County District Attorney s Office. PAPERS PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES 2014 Panel participant at American Sociological Association annual meeting, San Francisco The Influence of Plaintiff Gender on the Judicial Decision to Grant Civil Restraining Orders in Intimate Partner Violence Cases: A Replication and Analysis. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in New York NY in March, Intimate Partner Violence: An Analysis of Racial/Ethnic Disproportionality in Sacramento County Arrest Data. Presented at at the Annual Meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association in Oakland CA in April, Intimate Partner Violence: The Role of Race and Ethnicity in Pre- Trial Release Decisions. Accepted for presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association in San Diego in April, Intimate Partner Violence: A Statistical Analysis of Variables which Predict the Decision to Go to Trial and Trial Outcomes.

4 4 Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology Intimate Partner Violence: Predictors of Recidivism in a Sample of Arrestees. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association in Portland in April, Domestic Violence: Determinants of Victim Support for Arrest and Prosecution in a Court Sample presented at the Annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in Denver Intimate Partner Violence: The Impact of Anger Control and Batterer s Treatment Programs on Recidivism. Annual Meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association in Pasadena, California Domestic Violence: The Role of Interracial/Ethnic Dyads in Criminal Court Processing. R. Kingsnorth, R. MacIntosh, T. Berdahl. C. Blades, S. Rossi. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco Death Review: Characteristics of Intimate Homicides in Sacramento County Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Portland. April Sexual Assault: The Role of Victim Characteristics in Case Processing. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the California Sociological Association, Riverside Adult Sexual Assault: The role of Prior Relationship and Victim Characteristics in Case Processing. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco Criminal Sentencing and the Court Probation Officer: The Myth of Individualized Justice Re-visited. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Science, Albuquerque Sexual Assault: Factors in Case Processing in Sacramento County Court System Presented at the Pacific Sociological Association Annual Meeting in San Diego Sexual Assault: The Role of Race/Ethnicity and Prior Relationship in Case Processing in Sacramento County. Presented at the Second National Conference on DNA, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Justice, in Sacramento.

5 Race, Drugs and Sentencing: Hidden Effects of the Criminal Law (C. Barnes and R. Kingsnorth). Presented at the Pacific Sociological Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco Specific Deterrence and the DUI Offender: The Impact of California s Administrative Per Se Law. Presented at the Pacific Sociological Association Annual Meeting Deterrence and the DUI Offender: The Impact of a Decade of Reform Presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, San Francisco Driving Under the Influence: Legal and Extra-Legal Factors in Court Sentencing Practices Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Washington, D.C Preventive Detention: The Impact of the 1984 Bail Reform Act in the Eastern District of California. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Francisco DUI: The Impact of Legislative Reform on Court Sentencing Practices (R. Kingsnorth and M. Jungsten). Paper presented at the Pacific Sociological Association meetings, Eugene, Oregon. AWARDS 2003 Selected as one of 20 Faculty statewide to represent the California State University system at a week-long seminar in Paris jointly sponsored by CSU and the University of Paris C.S.U.S. Research and Scholarly Activity Award. Three units of release time to conduct a research project entitled: Intimate Partner Violence: Predictors of Recidivism in a Sample of Arrestees C.S.U.S. Research and Scholarly Activity Award. Six units of release time to conduct a research project entitled Domestic Violence: The Impact of Treatment Length on Batterer Recidivism C.S.U.S. Research and Scholarly Activity Award. Six units of release time to conduct a research project entitled Domestic Violence: The Role of Perpetrator Gender and Sexual orientation in Criminal Court Processing.

6 CSUS Pedagogy Enhancement Award. Three units of release time to prepare a Case Materials Teaching File in the area of domestic violence C.S.U.S. Research and Scholarly Activity Award. Six units of release time to conduct a research project entitled The Abolition of Misdemeanor Domestic Violence Diversion in California: Consequences and Implications of Senate Bill C.S.U.S. Research and Scholarly Activity Award. Six units of release time to analyze the processing and sentencing of sexual assault cases through the Sacramento County District Attorney s office and Court System Faculty Development Award: 3 units release time to conduct a participant observation study of the implementation of SB C.S.U.S. Research and Creative Activity Award. 6 units of release time to evaluate the impact on DUI recidivism of SB1623 (Lockyer) implemented on July 1, 1990, authorizing the California DMV to impose an administrative license suspension on DUI offenders who record above 0.08 BAC. This award also included a grant of $1500 to cover research expenses School of Arts and Science. 3 units Pedagogy Enhancement award to conduct a participant observation study in the Sacramento County District Attorney s office C.S.U.S. Research and Creative Activity Award. 8 units of release time to study the relationship between criminal court processing and racially segregated drug markets in Sacramento County 1989 C.S.U.S. Grant-Writing Award. 3 units of release time to prepare a Research Proposal (Drugs and Imprisonment: A Study in Racial Disproportionality) for submission to the National Institute of Justice 1988 C.S.U.S. Research and Creative Activity Award.3 units of release time to study The Gunther Special -a rehabilitation program for youthful DUI offenders California State University Faculty Research Grant to study the implementation of the 1984 Federal Bail Reform Act in the Eastern Federal District of California. This grant made possible 30% release time from teaching

7 7 $1500 grant from Office of Research and Sponsored Projects (C.S.U.S.) for research assistants to assist in the above project California State University Faculty Research Grant to study the implementation of the 1982 California Drunk Driving Law in Sacramento County. This grant made possible 50% release time form teaching $1500 grant from Office of Research and Sponsored Projects (C.S.U.S.) for research assistant to assist in the above project ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES 2009 Prepared an Expert Affidavit for Andrew Taylor, Immigration Attorney on the subject of Male Intimate Violence Victimization Reviewed an article for Justice Quarterly on the impact of Federal Prosecutor decision-making on sentencing Reviewed an article on Intimate Partner Violence for the Journal Violence Against Women Reviewed an article on Sexual Assault for Justice Quarterly 2004 Reviewed an article on Intimate Partner Violence for the Journal Violence Against Women Reviewed an article on Race and Intimate Partner Violence for the journal Justice Quarterly Reviewed an article on prosecutorial decision-making for the Journal of Crime and Delinquency 2000 Revieweed an article on Prosecutorial Decision-making for Social Problems Reviewed an article on Involuntary Commitment of Sex Offenders for Journal of Criminal Justice Reviewed an article submitted for publication in Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice Reviewed an article submitted for publication in Western Criminology Review Reviewed a collection of readings on the criminal courts for Greenhaven Press.

8 Spring semester, Selected to represent the School of Social Science in the University wide Media Technology seminar Accepted invitation from Dr. Raymond Michalowski (Chair, Department of Criminal Justice, University of Northern Arizona) to serve as outside reviewer in the consideration of Dr. Larry Gould for Tenure and Promotion Participant in a one-week workshop on SPSS (Windows) and access to CSULA databases sponsored by the CSU Social Science Research and Instructional Council held on the CSU Fresno campus Reviewed an article submitted for publication in Social Problems Presentation before the Sacramento County Misdemeanor Judge s Committee summarizing my evaluation of the Youthful Offender Visitation Project Reviewed an article submitted for publication in Journal of Policy Studies Reviewed the third edition of W. Neubauer Criminal Courts and the American Justice System for Brooks/Cole to assist in revision of the fourth edition I jointly sponsored (with Professor C. Barnes) three students research presentations (prepared under our guidance) at University of Santa Clara Student Research Conference; University of California Santa Cruz Student Research Conference; California State University Social Science Research Council Student Conference. One student--tina Hodgins received the Outstanding Student Paper Award from the CSU-SSRC Sponsored three student research presentations (prepared under my guidance) at California State University SSRC Student Research Conference; University of Santa Clara SRC; and University of California Los Angeles SRC. One student Vanessa Santiago received the UCLA Sociology Honors Society Outstanding Student Paper Award. DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY SERVICE Chair, Primary ARTP committee, Department of Sociology 2005/2006 Chair, Self-Study Committee

9 9 1999/2000 Chair, Self-Study Committee Chair, Curriculum committee. Department of Sociology Vice-Chair, Department of Sociology UNIVERSITY SERVICE 2007 Member College of SSIS Selection Committee for Outstanding Community Service Faculty Award/ 1996 Member. University Leadership Group for Teaching Communities Member. Research and Creative Activities Subcommittee Member. Research and Creative Activities Subcommittee Member. Research and Creative Activities Subcommittee COURSES TAUGHT AT CSUS Introduction to Sociology Man and Society Urban Sociology Sociology of Juvenile Delinquency Punishment and Society Issues in Courts and Prisons Issues in Crime and Social Control Social Problems

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