1 CURRICULUM VITAE DAVID R. LILLEY University of Toledo Department of Criminal Justice Toledo, OH EDUCATION: Ph.D. Social Science and Criminal Justice, Michigan State University (2006) Cognate: Industrial / Organizational Psychology M.S. Criminal Justice, Michigan State University (2001) Emphasis: Management and Policy B.S. Criminal Justice, Grand Valley State University (1994) Additional studies: Computer Science ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE Assistant Professor Criminal Justice, University of Toledo ( Present) Assistant Professor Sociology and Criminal Justice, University of Michigan-Dearborn ( ) Assistant Professor - Criminology and Criminal Justice, Florida Atlantic University ( ) Instructor and Research Assistant - Criminal Justice, Michigan State University ( ) CRIMINAL JUSTICE EXPERIENCE Senior Analyst - Homeland Security and Justice, U.S. Government Accountability Office ( ) Police Officer - City of Wyoming, Michigan ( ) Deputy Sheriff - Allegan County, Michigan ( ) PUBLICATIONS AND WORKS UNDER REVIEW Lilley, David. (2014). Did Drug Courts Lead to Increased Punitiveness Toward Drug Use and Possession? (Under Review). Journal of Drug Issues. Lilley, David. (2014). The Weed and Seed Program: A Nationwide Analysis of Crime Outcomes. (In Press). Criminal Justice Policy Review. Lilley, David. (2013). Drug Courts and Community Crime Rates: A Nationwide Analysis of Jurisdiction-Level Outcomes. Journal of Criminology, 2013, Patel, Nehal and Lilley, David. (2012). Family Life Cycle Revisited: Age and Life Course Effects on Church Attendance at Conventional and Middle Age. Journal of Religion and Society, 15,1-22.
2 PUBLICATIONS AND WORKS UNDER REVIEW (Continued) 2 Lilley, David and Boba, Rachel. (2009). Crime Reduction Outcomes Associated with the State Criminal Alien Assistance Program. Journal of Criminal Justice,37, 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, 35, Lilley, David and Hinduja, Sameer. (2007). 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, WORKS IN PROGRESS Lilley, David. (2013). A Test of Policing Effects on Crime During the Crime Drop of the 1990s. (Under Revision). Lilley, David. (2013). Drug Decriminalization in Portugal: An Assessment of Crime Outcomes. (Under Revision). Lilley, David. Differential Social Networks and Juvenile Delinquency: An Analysis of the Influence of Resource Access. (Under Revision). Crime Prevention Textbook: Crime Prevention: Translating Theory into Practice. Manuscript scheduled for completion in ACADEMIC AND TECHNICAL REPORTS Lilley, David. (2012) The Importance of Accreditation and the 4-Year Degree in Criminal Justice. Internal report for the College of Arts, Letters, and Sciences. 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). Senior Editor. Transportation Security: Systematic Planning Needed to Optimize Resources. GAO-Report,
3 ACADEMIC AND TECHNICAL REPORTS (Continued) 3 U.S. Government Accountability Office (2005). Senior Editor. 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. TEACHING AND INSTRUCTION Undergraduate Courses: Introduction to Criminal Justice Studies University of Michigan-Dearborn Victimization and Victimology - Florida Atlantic University Research Methods / Quantitative Methods - Michigan State University, University of Michigan-Dearborn Criminology - Michigan State University, University of Michigan-Dearborn Applied Criminal Justice Theory / Crime Prevention University of Michigan-Dearborn, Florida Atlantic Criminal Justice Policy and Administration - University of Michigan-Dearborn Crime Analysis and Mapping - Florida Atlantic University Police Process - Michigan State University Graduate Courses: Criminology University of Michigan-Dearborn, Florida Atlantic University Research Methods Florida Atlantic University Foundational Theory and Readings in Criminal Justice - Florida Atlantic University Women in Policing - Independent Study - Florida Atlantic University Criminal Justice Program Evaluation - Independent Study - Florida Atlantic University PRESENTATIONS AND INVITED LECTURES Lilley, David. (2012). Panelist. The Challenges of Teaching and Researching Federal Law Enforcement. American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, November, Chicago. Lilley, David. (2012). Crime Control and Law Enforcement Perspectives in a Community Court Setting. Presentation, September 26. SW Detroit Community Court Planning Committee, Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation. 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.
4 PRESENTATIONS AND INVITED LECTURES (Continued) 4 Lilley, David. (2006). Recent Research Findings in Policing. Palm Beach County Association of Chiefs of Police. Invited Lecture, July 31. 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. 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. SPECIAL PROJECTS AND PRIOR RESEARCH The Crime Drop: A Nationwide Assessment of the Impact of Policing - Michigan State University (2006). Conducted a longitudinal panel data analysis of crime outcomes associated with policing practices. Dissertation: Assessing Jurisdiction-Level Crime Trends During the 1990s: An Analysis of the Impact of Policing Changes. Justice Database Design - U.S. Government Accountability Office ( ). Designed and programmed a master database linking 13 data sources to assess longitudinal changes in crime, justice funding, sworn officer strength, policing practices, population demographics and economic conditions among jurisdictions nationwide. Hispanic Victimization and Juvenile Delinquency Studies - Julian Samora Research Institute ( ). Analysis of NCVS data and measurement approaches pertaining to deviant behavior and victimization. Analysis of Corruption in India - Michigan State University (2001). Content analysis of publicized corruption reports among government officials during the past 10 years to assess institutionalization of corruption. Historical literature review pertaining to Indian cultural acceptance of graft. Survey Data Analysis - Autotrack Software (2001). Designed and programmed a database of law enforcement agency responses regarding use and knowledge of investigative software. Performed statistical analyses. Nationwide Police Survey - Michigan State University (2000). Designed and implemented a nationwide survey of 600 police agencies with grant funding from Grand Rapids Police Department and the Trojanowicz fund. Thesis: "Officer Performance Appraisal in the Community Policing Context."
5 RESEARCH GRANTS 5 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 Advisor, Presidents Council - The Expansion of Criminal Justice Degrees in SE Michigan. June Representative, Faculty Senate - Department of Behavioral Sciences, University of Michigan-Dearborn (Fall, 2009; Winter, 2012). 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). Participant, Advisory Council - Henry Ford Community College Criminal Justice Program ( ). Faculty Speaker University of Michigan-Dearborn Open House, Criminal Justice Studies Program (Fall ). Departmental Service 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 Present). Advisor, Survey Design Department of Behavioral Sciences, Sociology Program, Self Study and Evaluation for Sociology major (Fall 2012 Present). Chair, Academic Quality and Retention Committee - Behavioral Sciences Representative, University of Michigan-Dearborn ( ). Member, Behavioral Sciences Executive Committee - Behavioral Sciences Representative, University of Michigan-Dearborn (Fall, 2009; Winter, 2012).
6 Departmental Service (Continued) 6 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 Crime and Delinquency ( Present) Criminal Justice Policy Review ( Present) Journal of Criminal Justice ( Present) Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management ( Present) Police Quarterly ( Present) Academic Program Reviews and Technical Reviews Review and Evaluation Report Proposed Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice, Oakland University, Presidents Council (June 2012). Review and Evaluation Report - 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 ( Present). Advisor, Consultant - Weed and Seed Steering Committee, SW Detroit ( ). Director - Criminal Justice Internship Program, University of Michigan-Dearborn (Fall, 2009; Summer, 2011; Winter, 2012; Fall, 2012).
7 COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES (Continued) 7 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 ( ). Research Design Advisor Survey Design and Community Needs Assessment - SW Detroit Weed and Seed Program, ( ). 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 Police Agencies in Michigan, Colorado, New Mexico, Ohio ( ). AWARDS AND HONORS Best Article of Nominee - Violence Against Women (2010). Authored Article Rated Top 5 Most Read - Police Quarterly (2008). Robert C. Trojanowicz Scholarship - Master s thesis proposal, Michigan State University (2000). 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). QUANTITATIVE METHODS AND COMPETENCIES Panel Data Analysis: Fixed effect models with correction for temporal growth and spatial autocorrelation, Difference in Difference models. Social Network Analysis: Selection and influence models, Hierarchical Linear Modeling (HLM). Other Methods: Multinomial Regression, Structural Equation Modeling, LOGIT/PROBIT, Factor Analysis. Familiar with Poisson and Negative Binomial Models, Propensity matching, Two Stage Least Squares (2SLS) models, Granger Causality. Software Competencies: SAS, STATA, SUDAAN, LIMDEP, SPSS MEMBERSHIPS / PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS American Society of Criminology (ASC)
8 MEMBERSHIPS / PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS (Continued) 8 Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) Justice Research and Statistics Association (JRSA) Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS)
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