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1 CURRICULUM VITAE Michele Grillo Assistant Professor Department of Criminal Justice Monmouth University 400 Cedar Avenue West Long Branch, NJ Phone (h): EDUCATION: 2009 Ph.D. student, School of Criminal Justice Expected Date of Graduation: May 2011 Rutgers University Newark, NJ 2004 Masters of Arts, Rutgers University Newark, NJ 2001 Master of Arts, Criminal Justice University of Massachusetts Lowell Lowell, MA 1999 Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice University of Massachusetts Lowell Lowell, MA DISSERATION TOPIC: Police Organizational Change in a Post-September 11 Environment: Rhetoric or Reality? RESEARCH INTERESTS: Terrorism; Policing; Homeland Security; Statistical Analysis; Qualitative Research Methods; Crime Mapping and Spatial Analysis; American Street Gangs; Conspiracy Theories HONORS AND AWARDS: Dean s Research Grant Graduate Teaching Assistantship, Rutgers University 1999 Graduated Cum Laude, University of Massachusetts Lowell Dean s List Honors, University of Massachusetts Lowell 1995 Member, Golden Key National Honor Society TEACHING EXPERIENCE: Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ Assistant Professor FALL 2010 Introduction to Criminal Justice (2 sections/wi)

2 Michele Grillo Curriculum Vitae Page 2 of 8 Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale-Davie, FL Full-time Faculty (Instructor) SUMMER 2010 WINTER 2010 FALL 2009 WINTER 2009 FALL 2008 SUMMER 2008 WINTER 2008 FALL 2007 Criminal Justice Ethics (Tutorial) (WebCt Online course) Research Methods (Online WebCt course) Research Methods Introduction to Criminal Justice Special Topics in Criminal Justice: Ethics in Criminal Justice Gangs in America (WebCt Online course) Internship in Criminal Justice Introduction to Criminal Justice (Online WebCt course) Victimology Research Methods Introduction to Criminal Justice (online WebCt course) (Online WebCt course) Research Methods Gangs in America Internship in Criminal Justice Victimology Introduction to Criminal Justice (Online WebCt course) Research Methods in Criminal Justice Internship in Criminal Justice Internship in Criminal Justice Constitutional Law (Online WebCt course) Juvenile Delinquency (Online WebCt course) Juvenile Delinquency (Online WebCt course) Policing Criminal Law (Online WebCt course) 2

3 Michele Grillo Curriculum Vitae Page 3 of 8 La Salle University, Philadelphia PA Part-time Faculty SPRING 2007 FALL 2006 Policing: Organization and Functions (2 sections) Special Topics in Criminal Justice: Criminological Perspectives of Terrorism Policing: Organization and Functions Curry College, Milton MA Part-time Faculty SPRING 2006 FALL 2005 Research Methods (Undergraduate Level) Special Topics in Criminal Justice: Domestic Terrorism (Graduate Level) Statistics for Social Sciences (Graduate Level) Special Topics in Criminal Justice: Domestic Terrorism (Graduate Level) Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ Adjunct Faculty, Department of Justice Studies SPRING 2005 Research Methods (2 sections) Rutgers University, Newark, NJ Teaching Assistant & Part-time Lecturer SUMMER 2005 SPRING 2005 FALL 2004 SUMMER 2004 SPRING 2004 FALL 2003 SUMMER 2003 SPRING 2003 FALL 2002 Special Topics in Criminal Justice: Crime Analysis Special Topics in Criminal Justice: Terrorism (WI) Introduction to Criminal Justice Ethical & Philosophical Foundations of Criminal Justice (WI) Special Topics in Criminal Justice: Terrorism Constitutional Issues in Criminal Justice Ethical & Philosophical Foundations of Criminal Justice (WI) Ethical & Philosophical Foundations of Criminal Justice (WI) Delinquency and Juvenile Justice Introduction to Criminal Justice 3

4 Michele Grillo Curriculum Vitae Page 4 of 8 RESEARCH EXPERIENCE: Research Associate, Center for Justice and Mental Health Research School of Criminal Justice, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ September 2003 Present Grant Writing Critical Incident Stress in Law Enforcement Lead author in the development of the concept paper for a national study of police officers. The principle objective of this research is to explore the relationship between individual and environmental variables specific to police stress in a post September 11 th America. Girls Study Group (Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention) Assisted the Lead author in writing and document preparation for the Girls Study Group Federal Grant Proposal, a national assessment and evaluation of programs focusing on gender specific preventions and interventions in the criminal justice system. October May 2004 February May 2004 September January 2003 Research Team Member Conducted research on police interactions and responses to persons with mental health issues. Study included conducting on site interviews with police officers as well analysis of calls for service data. Project Manager, Mental Health and Juvenile Justice Project (MH/JJ) The MH/JJ Projects includes 10 sites throughout New York State participating in a juvenile justice diversion program in order to prevent out of community placement of youth with mental health and substance abuse issues. Responsible for all aspects of the project, including: IRB certification; coordination and conduction of site visits; production of data guidebook and data collection forms; data entry; production of quarterly and annual reports; provide training to site personnel; presentation of Project outcomes at conferences; preparation of article submissions to peer-reviewed journals; and supervise project staff. Data Entry Specialist, Mental Health and Juvenile Justice Project (MH/JJ) Responsible for accurate and timely data entry of forms from 10 participating sites, maintenance of SPSS database, and generating summary reports. Research Associate, Rutgers Center for the Study of Public Security (RCSPS) School of Criminal Justice, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ February 2005 Present Grant Writing Understanding Police Response to Terrorism-Related Incidents Lead author the development of a research proposal to evaluate local police response to terrorism-related calls for service. The proposed study would be directed at how police officers respond to calls for service and manage potential terrorism incidents or terrorist threats. The data collection involves two distinct phases: (1) a survey of dispatchers regarding their decision making process to determine how to handle terrorism-related calls for service, and (2) a record review of personnel on site, time to site and time to resolution, and disposition of cases. 4

5 Michele Grillo Curriculum Vitae Page 5 of 8 January 2003 Present January 2003 January 2003 December 2004 June 2004 June 2003 January 2003 May 2003 Profiling Terrorism in the United States Conducting original, independent research regarding the spatial analysis of domestic terrorism events in the United States through crime mapping techniques. Facilitate research that explains what is different about the sources and behavior of contemporary terrorism and terrorists. The goal of this research is to develop an understanding of how domestic terrorism operates in space and time, as well as evolved in the U.S. Grant Writing Security Monitoring Project (National Science Foundation) Assisted lead authors in writing a federal grant proposal to continue the research established in the Security Monitoring Project. Security Monitoring Project Assisted in the creation and implementation of qualitative research which addressed the consequences of heightened security concerns in a post-september 11 th environment. Conducted in-depth interviews with key-decision makers in major institutions in the corporate, health and law enforcement sectors to understand how each sector conceptualized and responded to the hazards they have identified. Analyzed the qualitative data to determine what are considered to be the most important security issues, how risk is assessed and managed, legal issues that have arisen, and the economic consequences of response. Conference: Consequences of Heightened Security Assisted in the planning and organization of a major conference which provided a neutral forum for participants from academia, state and federal agencies, and corporations to discuss the economic, social and legal consequences of heightened security in a post-september 11 th environment. Conference: Health Security Summit Assisted in the planning and organization of a major conference convening representatives from the public health, corporate security, law enforcement, and government sectors to discuss issues of health security and institutional responses to health security threats. Systematic Literature Review on Terrorism Provided collaborative efforts to develop a research agenda and starting point for the Center for the Study of Public Security s research activity. Conducted a systematic review of existing literature on terrorism spanning multiple disciplines to better understand the extent of terrorism research, determine trends in the research, and provide insight and recommendations on how the Center can contribute to furthering academic study in this area. 5

6 Michele Grillo Curriculum Vitae Page 6 of 8 Student Research Mentor School of Criminal Justice, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ September June 2005 September June 2004 Center for the Study of Public Security Through the Rutgers McNair Program to provided mentorship in all phases of undergraduate terrorism research project for Honors Project. Provided step-bystep guidance in all phases of the research, including Human Subjects Research Certification, research protocol approval, survey development, data collection, analysis, and creation of a publishable journal article. Center for Justice and Mental Health Research Provided step-by-step guidance in all phases of the research, including Human Subjects Research Certification, research protocol approval, survey development, data collection, analysis, and creation of a publishable journal article. PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS: Hamilton, Z.K., Sullivan, C.J., Veysey, B.M., & Grillo, M. (2007). Diverting multi-problem youth from juvenile justice: investigating the importance of community influence on placement and recidivism. Behavioral Sciences & the Law 25 (1): Sullivan, C.J., Veysey, B.M., Hamilton, Z., & Grillo, M. (2007) Reducing out of community placement: diversion of youth with mental health and substance abuse disorders from the justice system. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative 51 (5): OTHER PUBLISHED PAPERS: Veysey, B.M., M. Grillo, and Z. Hamilton Characteristics and Outcomes of Justice-Involved Girls with Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders, in Newman, C.C., C.J. Liberton, K. Kutash and R.M. Friedman (eds.). The 17 th Annual Research Conference Proceedings A System of Care for Children s Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base, ( ).Tampa, FL: Louis de la Parte Institute. Veysey, B.M., C.J. Sullivan, M. Grillo, and L. Dorangrichia Reducing Out of Community Placement: Diversion of Youth with Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders from the Juvenile Justice System, in Newman, C.C., C.J. Liberton, K. Kutash and R.M. Friedman (eds.). The 16 th Annual Research Conference Proceedings A System of Care for Children s Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base, (pp ). Tampa, FL: Louis de la Parte Institute WORK IN PROGRESS: Grillo, M. The Criminalization of Terrorism: Questioning Classifying Terrorism as a Traditional Crime. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS: The Establishment of Specialized Terrorism Units in a Post September 11 Environment. Michele Grillo. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Boston, MA: March

7 Michele Grillo Curriculum Vitae Page 7 of 8 The Impact of September 11 on the Organizational Structure of Local Police Departments: Is Policing Experiencing A Paradigm Shift? Michele Grillo. Annual Meeting of the American Society of. St. Louis, MS: November 2008 A Policing Paradigm Shift or a Temporary Change in Priorities? The Impact of September 11 on Local Police Departments. Michele Grillo. Annual Meeting of the American Society of. Atlanta, GA: November 2007 The Criminalization of Terrorism: Questioning Classifying Terrorism as a Crime. Michele Grillo & Patrice Morris. Annual Meeting of the American Society of. Atlanta, GA: November What Counterterrorism Really Means: Analysis of Change in Local Police Practices Post-September 11. Michele Grillo. Annual Meeting of the American Society of. Los Angeles, CA: November What Counterterrorism Really Means: An Assessment of Local Law Enforcement Agencies in New Jersey. Michele Grillo. Annual Meeting of the American Society of. Toronto, Canada: November Profiling Terrorism in the United States: Understanding Statistics Through Spatial Analysis. Michele Grillo and Leslie Kennedy. Annual Meeting of the American Society of. Nashville, TN: November Juvenile Turning Points: Risk Factors of Very Young Offenders Ages Michele Grillo, Zachary Hamilton and Dr. Bonita M. Veysey. Annual Meeting of the American Society of. Nashville, TN: November Characteristics and Outcomes of Justice-Involved Girls with Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders. Bonita M. Veysey; Michele Grillo; and Zachary Hamilton. 17 th Annual Research Conference: A System of Care for Children s Mental Health-Expanding the Research Base. Tampa, Florida; March Reducing Out of Community Placement in Multi-Problem Youth: The Importance of Local Context of Youth Treatment and Processing. Michele Grillo; Zachary Hamilton; Christopher J. Sullivan; and Bonita M. Veysey. Annual Meeting of the American Society of. Denver, Colorado: November The Silent Enemy Within: Understanding Domestic Terrorism in the United States Through Spatial Analysis Profiling. Michele Grillo and Dr. Leslie W. Kennedy. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Las Vegas, Nevada: March Reducing Out of Community Placement: Diversion of Youth with Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders from the Justice System. Bonita M. Veysey; Christopher J. Sullivan; and Michele Grillo. 16 th Annual Research Conference: A System of Care for Children s Mental Health-Expanding the Research Base. Tampa, Florida; March

8 Michele Grillo Curriculum Vitae Page 8 of 8 PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: Member, American Society of Member, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Member, Golden Key International Honor Society 8

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