1 David A. Jenks, Ph.D. Office: Pafford 228 Professor and Chair Phone: Department Criminology Fax: University of West Georgia 1601 Maple Street Carrollton, GA ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Ph.D. Criminology and Criminal Justice 2002 Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL M.S. Criminal Justice 1996 University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC B.A. Psychology 1993 University of Akron, Akron, OH A.A.S. Criminal Justice 1991 University of Akron, Akron, OH TEACHING EXPERIENCE - Selected 2010 Pres. Professor University of West Georgia Department of Criminology 2011 Carrollton, Georgia Associate Professor University of West Georgia Department of Sociology and Criminology Carrollton, Georgia Assistant/Associate Professor California State University - Los Angeles School of Criminal Justice and Criminalistics Los Angeles, California Teaching Assistant Charles University, Prague Florida State University Study Abroad program in Prague, Czech Republic Graduate Courses Instructed: Selected Organizational Leadership Criminal Justice Administration Research Methods Theory Homeland Security & Terrorism International CJ Systems Law Enforcement Leadership Statistics for the Social Sciences
2 Undergraduate Courses Instructed: Selected Research Methods in Social Sciences Statistics Police in Society International Criminal Justice Comparative Criminal Justice Police Deviance Terrorism Sport, Crime, and Society Ethics in Criminal Justice American Criminal Courts Corrections in the U.S. Criminal Investigation Police Organization and Administration Police Problems and Practices Computer Techniques in Criminal Justice Introduction to Criminal Justice Theoretical Perspectives in Criminology Crime Control Policy Race and Crime RESEARCH INTERESTS Criminal justice education, international and comparative criminal justice systems, police organization and administration. BOOK Fuller, J.R. and Jenks, D. (Under Contract, Due Dec. 2015) Global Crime and Justice, Routledge. PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS Lemke, Richard, Lee M. Johnson & David Jenks (2014). Perceptions of the Trend of Collaborative Publications: Results from a Survey of Criminal Justice and Criminology Department Chairs, Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 14 May. Jenks, David, Lee M. Johnson & Todd Matthews (2013, reprint). Examining Police Integrity: Categorizing Corruption Vignettes. In Melchor de Guzman (Ed.), The Evolution of Policing: Worldwide Innovations and Insights. Boca Raton, FL: Taylor & Francis Group. Johnson, Lee M., Todd L. Matthews, David Jenks & Christy W. Bass (2013). Juvenile Gun Ownership in the United States: Current Knowledge and Future Directions. International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences 8(2): Jenks, D., Johnson, L. M., and Matthews, T. (2012) Examining Police Integrity: Categorizing Corruption Vignettes, International Police Executive Symposium, Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces, and Coginta For Police Reform and Community Safety Working Paper No 40, January.
3 Correia, M. and Jenks, D. (2011) "Expectations of change: the congruency between Beat Officers and Supervisors and its impact on programmatic change," Police Practice and Research: An International Journal, 12, 1: Jenks, D. (2009). "Police Corruption or Police Productivity? Moonlighting in U.S. Agencies," Critical Issues in Justice and Politics, 2, 2: Correia, M. and Jenks, D. (2008). "Assessing the Congruency Between Line Officers and Command Staff in Expectations of Change," Professional Issues in Criminal Justice, Vol. 3, 4: Jenks, D. Carter, J.S., and Jenks, C. (2007). "Command Staff Leadership Training and Job Commitment in the LAPD," Southwest Journal of Criminal Justice, Vol. 4, 2: Jenks, D., Carter, J.S., Jenks, C., Correia, M. (2006). "The Los Angeles Police Department's West Point Leadership Program: Participant Survey," Professional Issues in Criminal Justice, Vol. 1, 2: Jenks, D. (2004). The Czech Police: Adopting Democratic Principles. In Caparini, M and Marenin, O. (Eds.) Transforming Police in Central and Eastern Europe: Process and Progress. Geneva Center for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces, Geneva: Transaction Publishers. Jenks, D. and Jenks, C. (2004). Where are you now Cesar Chavez? The Unique Vulnerabilities And Victimization Experiences of Mexican Immigrants in the United States. In C.T.M. Coston (Ed.) Victimizing Vulnerable Groups: Images of Uniquely High Risk Crime Targets. New York: Praeger Press. Ong, M., and Jenks, D. (2004). "Hispanic Perceptions of Community Policing: Is Community Policing Working?" Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, 2, 3: Jenks, D., Costelloe, M., and Krebs, C. (2003) "After the Fall: Czech Police in a Post-Communist Era." International Criminal Justice Review, 13: Krebs, C., Costelloe, M., and Jenks, D. (2003). "Drug Control Policy and Smuggling Innovation: A Game Theoretic Analysis." Journal of Drug Issues, Winter: Jenks, D. (2000) "Social Developmental Theory." The Justice Professional, 12: Krebs, C.P., M. Costelloe, and D. Jenks (2000). "Black Powder Drugs: An Innovative Response to Drug Control Policy." The International Journal of Drug Policy. Vol. 11, pp Coston, C., Berry, B., Ross, L., Heard, C., and Jenks, D. (1999) "The Pressures and Joys of Academic Life: Minority Statuses and Other Considerations." The Justice Professional, 11:
4 Coston, C., and Jenks, D. (1998) "Exploring Academic Dishonesty Among Undergraduate Criminal Justice Majors." American Journal of Criminal Justice, 22, 2, Spring: BOOK REVIEWS Jenks, D. (2008) Police Leadership, by M. R. Haberfeld. Criminal Justice Review, 33, 2: 251. Jenks, D. (2007) Walking the Tightrope: Leadership in the LAPD, by Renford Reese. Policing and Society an International Journal of Research and Policy, 17, 3: 300. Jenks, D. (2002). "The Practice of Research in Criminology and Criminal Justice" Bachman & Schutt (2001). Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 18, 4: OTHER Jenks, D. (In Press) Auschwitz. In Kent R. Kerley (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Corrections. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell. Jenks, D. (2002) "Policing in the Czech Republic: Transition to Democracy." Dissertation. Jenks, D. (2001) "International Policing: Cooperation Among Nations in the European Union." Encyclopedia of Criminology. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers. NATIONAL PRESENTATIONS - Selected April 2015 Presenter: Why don t my courses transfer? Articulation as a method for meeting CCG and keeping students engaged. University System of Georgia Teaching and Learning Conference, Athens, GA. March 2015 Featured Panel: Diversification Issues Facing Law Enforcement. One-hundred years after Alice Stebbin-Wells: Examining the (under)representation of women in law enforcement. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences annual meeting, Orlando, FL. March 2015 Roundtable: Teaching Sensitive Topics Rape/Sexual Assault. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences annual meeting, Orlando, FL. Feb. 20, Featured Roundtable: What we learned in Israel: Counterterrorism Fellows Share Their Experiences. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences annual meeting, Philadelphia, PA. Sept Panel Chair and Discussant: The Transition of Policing in Central and Eastern Europe: Democratization continues. International Police Executive Symposium. Budapest, Hungary. November 16-19, Presenter. American Society of Criminology. From Brick to Click: Developing an Online Delivery System at a Traditional University. Washington, D.C.
5 November 17-20, Presenter, American Society of Criminology in San Francisco, CA: Officer Acceptance of Community Policing. November 3-7, Presenter, Chair and Session Organizer the American Society of Criminology in Philadelphia, PA: Police Corruption: Perception, Motivation, and Action. November 12-15, Presenter annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in St. Louis, MO. Moonlighting: Off-duty Opportunity or Corruption? March 11-15, 2008 Participant, annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Cincinnati, OH. November 14-17, 2007 Chair, annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in Atlanta, GA. Police Culture. November 14-17, 2007 Presenter, annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in Atlanta, GA. It's not whether you win or lose, it's how you place the blame: Police agencies politicking about crime rates. November 14-17, 2007 Presenter, annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in Atlanta, GA. Management of Specialized Police Units. November 14-17, 2007 Presenter, annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in Atlanta, GA. Georgia Drug Courts: Success or Failure? March 13-17, 2007 Presenter, annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Examining Immigration Discourse as moral Panic. November 1-3, 2006 Presenter, annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in Los Angeles, CA. Training Police Leaders: Expectations and Experience March, 1-3, Presenter, annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Baltimore, MD. "Statistical Analysis and Organizational Decision-Making: A Los Angeles Exemplar. November, 15-19, Presenter, annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in Toronto, Canada. "Policing the Border: The inherent contradiction of policy and practice in the southwest." November 16-20, 2004 Presenter, annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology meeting in Nashville, TN. "The Paling of Community Policing: Promising Intentions, the Reality of Implementation, and the Effects of Organizational Disjuncture." March, 10-12, 2004 Presenter, annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Las Vegas, NV. Evaluating Leadership Training: The LAPD's West Point Leadership Program.
6 Nov , 2002 Presenter, annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology meeting in Chicago, IL. Prague Police: Adopting Democracy. Nov , 2001 Participant, annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in Atlanta, Georgia. Nov , 2000 Division Chair, Rape, annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in San Francisco, California. Nov , 2000 Chair and Discussant, annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in San Francisco, California. "Fear of Rape and the College Campus" Nov. 1, 2000 Co-organizer and Presenter, The Criminalization of Immigrant Populations, Los Angeles, California. Nov , 1999 Presenter, annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in Toronto, Canada. Drug Prices, Markets, and Interdiction "Non-cooperative Game Theory and the Drug Trade." Nov , 1999 Chair and Discussant, annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in Toronto, Canada. "Social Disorganization and Crime" March 9-13, 1999 Presenter, annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Orlando, Florida. Issues in Police Training. "Policing in the European Union: Czech Integration." Nov , 1998 Presenter, annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in Washington, DC. Violence Against the Police. "Police Killings in the United States. A Poisson regression analysis of the 173 largest cities," with Lorie Fridell and Tony Pate. Nov Roundtable - Discussant, Chair, annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in San Diego, California. "Academic Dishonesty on the College Campus." March 1997 Presenter, annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Louisville, Kentucky. Teachers and Students: Gotcha! "Academic Dishonesty Among Criminal Justice Students: A Follow Up Study." Nov Presenter, annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in Chicago, Illinois. Tools and Techniques in Criminal Justice Education "Assessing Academic Dishonesty Among Criminal Justice Students," with Charisse Coston. March 1996 Chair, annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Las Vegas, Nevada. "Current and Future Issues in Juvenile Justice."
7 Lecturer, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, North Carolina. "Social Learning Theory: Then and Now." Lecture Series in Criminological Theory. INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATIONS - Selected Sept Panel Chair and Discussant: The Transition of Policing in Central and Eastern Europe: Democratization continues. International Police Executive Symposium. Budapest, Hungary. June 26 July 1, 2011 Delegate, International Police Executive Symposium Policing Civil Unrest: Introducing Civility Training, Buenos Aires, Argentina. March 1-4, Presenter, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences - Terrorism Preparedness in Rural Areas, Toronto, Canada. Nov. 8-9, 2002 Presenter, Democratic Control of the Armed Forces Conference - Police Reform in Central and Eastern Europe. Prague, Czech Republic. May 7-18, 1999 Member of an advisory panel to the Czech government offering assistance in the evaluation of the new drug policy, Prague, Czech Republic. Nov. 1-9, 1998 Delegate, International Conference on Criminal Justice Issues in conjunction with the Ministry of the Interior, Ministry of Education, and Charles University. Prague, Czech Republic. Sept , 1998 Discussant, International Scientific and Professional Advisory Council of the United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Programme in agreement with the Centre for International Crime Prevention, United Nations Office at Vienna, conference, Courmayeur, Mont Blanc, Italy. "Responding to the Challenges of Transnational Crime." June 6-10, 1998 International Consortium of Criminologists Advisory Panel, in conjunction with Charles University. Prague, Czech Republic. November, 1997 Liaison to the Czech Republic U.S. State Department Coordinated by Florida State University School of Criminology and Criminal Justice and the Florida Law Enforcement Research Coalition under the auspices of the U.S. State Department. PROFESSIONAL CITATIONS IN MEDIA - Selected (1) Expect Future Domestic Terrorism, UWG Prof Warns. April 25, 2013, Front Page Times-Georgian - by Winston Jones (2) Police: Cobb teen arrested for threatening to kill ex-girlfriend, new boyfriend. March 21, 2013, News Crime and Law Atlanta Journal Constitution.
8 (3) Two Alpharetta cops censured: City Hands out light reprimands. Officers accused of favoritism in playground dispute. Dec. 2, 2011, Metro section - Atlanta Journal Constitution. (4) Girl, 4, seen as political pawn. City Councilwoman s husband accused in playground attack. Couple s attorney blames election foes. Oct. 26, Alpharetta Atlanta Journal Constitution. (5) Reader s Write: Occupy Atlanta. Oct. 25, Op-ed Atlanta Journal Constitution. (6) Violent Crime Sees Decline In the County: By: Amanda Thomas, Sep 28, 2011, Douglas County Sentinel (7) Law Enforcement Agencies Say DUI Checkpoints Are Effective: Apr 02, 2011, By: Amanda Thomas, Times Georgian (8) Teen Organizing An Effort to Beautify West Carrollton: Dec 18, 2010, By: Amanda Thomas, Times Georgian (9) Cop killing signals a nationwide trend. Deaths of officers up 40% this year. Tragedy in Athens comes on heels of Holder s safety pledge. March 24, 2011, B1, Atlanta Journal Constitution. (10) In Age of Social Media, Authorities Review Death Notification Practices: Nov 03, 2010, By: Amanda Thomas, Times Georgian (11) Court Favors Second Amendment Rights: Jun 28, 2010, By: Amanda Thomas, Times Georgian (12) GOP Dismisses Early-Voting Poll. Oct 18, 2008, By: John. P. Boan, Times Georgian CURRENT MEMBERSHIPS Carroll County Rape Crisis Center Board of Directors Reviewer, Police Practice and Research: An International Journal. Reviewer, Sociological Quarterly Reviewer, Justice Quarterly Reviewer, McGraw/Hill Reviewer, Prentice Hall American Society of Criminology. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. ADDITTIONAL SERVICE - Selected 2011 Present Institutional Review Board, Chair 2011 Present Chair of Criminology Engage West Survey Committee Strategic Planning Committee Promotion and Tenure Committee, Chair Director of Graduate Studies College Student Inventory Advisor to the First program Retention, Promotion, and Graduation Representative SACS Academic Programs Chair
9 Committee on Graduate Studies, Chair IRP Search Committee Academic Advisement - Principal Undergraduate Advisor Graduate Student Association President YWCA Rape Crisis Intervention Specialist AWARDS - Selected April, 2015 Outstanding Mentor Award, College of Social Sciences April, 2015 Best of the West, Values Recognition & Strategic Imperatives June, 2013 Foundation for the Defense of Democracies Fellowship May, 2005 LAPD West Point Leadership Program, Distinguished Service July 2004 LASD Deputy Leadership Institute Honorary Graduate June 2003 Honorary member and keynote speaker for the National Golden Key Honor Society. May 1998 Academic Excellence and Graduate Student Leadership.
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