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1 Jon'a F. Meyer Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice Rutgers University 405 Cooper Street, Camden, NJ Office: (856) Education: 1994 Ph.D., Social Ecology, emphasis in Criminology, Law & Society, University of California, Irvine M.A., Social Ecology, concentration in Criminology, Law & Society, University of California, Irvine B.S., Computer Science, Magna Cum Laude, B.A., Mental Health Research, concentration in Sociology, Magna Cum Laude, California State University, Dominguez Hills. Academic Positions: Director of criminal justice. Rutgers University, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice. Directed graduate and undergraduate programs in criminal justice, and graduate program in criminal justice from 2005 to present Associate Professor of criminology. Rutgers University, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice. Courses in research methods, criminology, criminal justice and sociology Assistant Professor of criminology. Rutgers University, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice. Courses in research methods, criminology, criminal justice and sociology Assistant Professor of criminal justice. New Mexico State University, Department of Criminal Justice. Courses in research methods, computers/technology, and criminal justice. Awards and Honors: 2003 Programmatic Excellence Award for Undergraduate Education, Rutgers University. Proposal and receipt on behalf of the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice (for departmental contribution to undergraduate education) 2000 Provost's Teaching Award, Rutgers University 1998 Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, National Research Council 1997 Faculty Fellow, Rutgers University Teaching Excellence Center 1

2 1993 American Sociological Association Dissertation Support Funds 1993 President's Dissertation Year Fellowship, University of California 1993 Meritorious Service Award (Disabled Student Services), UC Irvine NIMH Training Grant- American Sociological Association Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, UC Irvine Cross Cultural Center Fellow, UC Irvine 1988 Outstanding Graduating Senior Award of Achievement, California State University, Dominguez Hills 1987 Meritorious Service Award (Disabled Student Services), California State University, Dominguez Hills Alpha Kappa Delta (Sociology Honor Society), California State University, Dominguez Hills President's Scholarship, California State University, Dominguez Hills Professional Organizations: Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences American Society of Criminology Association of American Indian and Alaska Native Professors New Jersey Association of Criminal Justice Educators Western Society of Criminology Grants and Fellowships: External: 2004 Co-investigator, New Jersey Office of the Attorney General, ("Camden Safer Cities Initiative"), $150, Co-investigator, National Science Foundation- Major Research Instrumentation Program ("Acquisition of an eye movement tracking system for research on cognition, memory and affect"), $32, Principal investigator, Arizona Humanities Council ("Navajo Jurisprudence through the eyes of Traditionalists"), $2, Fellow, Ford Foundation- National Research Council ("Traditional Navajo Legal Systems"), $33, Co-investigator, National Institute of Justice ("Evaluating a DWI Night Court"), $241,777, (moved to Rutgers before completion of project) National Institute of Mental Health Dissertation Fellowship, National Institute of Mental Health, $3, Principal investigator, National Institute of Mental Health Training Grant, American Sociological Association, $29,500. 2

3 1987 Major Center Research Director, Los Angeles Southwest College Image Needs Survey, Social Systems Research Center, $15,000. Internal: 2003 Co-investigator, Rutgers Dialogues Grant ("Increasing Interactivity and Active Learning in Large Classes"), $5,000. Publications: Books: 2001 Co-investigator, Rutgers Dialogues Grant ("Visual sociology: Using digital and streaming technologies to support curricular and community service objectives"), $5, Principal Investigator, Center for Children and Childhood Studies Program ("Towards an understanding of women who kill their newborns"), $ Fellow, Summer FIPSE Faculty Program ("Technology and Criminal Justice"), awarded through Rutgers University Teaching Excellence Center, $3, Fellow, Walter Rand Institute for Public Policy, ("Camden homicides: An investigation and sociological portrait"), $4, Co-investigator, Rutgers Dialogues Grant ("Toward a departmental webenhanced curriculum: Utilizing the Potential of RUNET 2000"), $6, Principal Investigator, Rutgers University Research Council ("Unexpectant Mothers: Child Abandonment and Neonaticide"), $1, Principal Investigator, Rutgers University Research Council ("Navajo peacemaker courts: Restorative justice in action"), $2, Co-investigator, Rutgers Dialogues Grant ("Computer literacy in a multicultural university"), $7, Principal Investigator, Camden Multicultural Committee ("Internet based tutorials for teaching research methods and statistics"), $2, Co-principal investigator, Effective University Instruction Research Grant, total of $9,000 awarded by four offices: Center for Teaching Excellence ($2,500), NMSU Department of Criminal Justice ($2,500), NMSU Center for Educational Development ($3,000), NMSU School of Arts & Sciences ($1,000). 3

4 Meyer, J. and Grant, D. (2003). The Courts in Our Criminal Justice System. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Meyer, J. (1997). Inaccuracies in Children's Testimony: Memory, Suggestibility or Obedience to Authority? New York: Haworth Press. Meyer, J. and Jesilow, P. (1997). 'Doing Justice' in the People's Court: Sentencing by Municipal Court Judges. New York: State University of New York Press. Journal articles and book chapters: Meyer, J. (in press, expected 2008). "How do we get rid of crime? Restore it to harmony": Tribal peacemaking as an alternative to modern courts. In, M.O. Nielsen and R.A. Silverman (Eds.). Crime, Justice and Native Americans: Retrieving the Balance. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. Meyer, J. (in press, expected 2008). Ha'á_chíní, haadaah naasdah ("They're not going to be young forever"): Juvenile criminal justice. In, M.O. Nielsen and R.A. Silverman (Eds.). Crime, Justice and Native Americans: Retrieving the Balance. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. Meyer, J. (2005). Unintended consequences for the youngest victims: The role of law in encouraging neonaticide in the 17th to 20th centuries. Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law and Society, 18(3), Meyer, J. (2005). Bi_ háí'áázh ("I am his brother"): Can peacemaking work with juveniles? In, M.O. Nielsen and J.W. Zion (Eds.), Navajo Nation Peacemaking: Living Traditional Justice. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. Meyer, J. (2004). Home confinement with electronic monitoring. In, G. Caputo, Intermediate Sanctions in Corrections. Denton, TX: University of North Texas Press. Meyer, J., Grant, D. and Dormekpor, E. (2003). Instructor's Manual with Test Item File (for The Courts in Our Criminal Justice System). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall. McMahan, S., Meyer, J., and Lutz, R. (2002). Attitudes about electric and magnetic fields: Do scientists and other experts perceive risk similarly? Journal of Environmental Health, 65(5), McMahan, S., Lutz, R. and Meyer, J. (2002). Should the threshold limit value for power frequency (60 Hz) magnetic fields be changed? Perceptions among scientists and other risk experts. American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal, 63, Meyer, J. (2002). Restoration and the criminal justice system. In, L.J. Moriarty, Controversies in Victimology. Cincinnati, OH: Anderson. Meyer, J. (2002). "It is a gift from the Creator to keep us in harmony": Original (versus 4

5 alternative) dispute resolution on the Navajo Nation. International Journal of Public Administration, 25, Meyer, J. and Bogdan, G. (2001). Co-habitation and co-optation: Some intersections between Native American and Euroamerican legal systems in the nineteenth century. American Transcendental Quarterly, 15, Meyer, J. (2001). Strange science: Subjective criteria in parole decisions. Journal of Crime and Justice, 24, Jesilow, P.J. and J. Meyer. (2001). The effect of police misconduct on public attitudes: A quasiexperiment. Journal of Crime and Justice, 24, Meyer, J. and Zion, J. (2000). Old solutions to new problems: Crime control in the Navajo Nation. In, G. Barak (Ed.), Crime and Crime Control: A Global View. Westport, CT: Greenwood, Franco, M.L., Gray, T., Gregware, P. and Meyer, J. (1999). Dependency, cultural identification, and elder abuse among Americans of Mexican heritage. Journal of Elder Abuse, 11(3), Meyer, J. with Bogdan, G. (1999). The elders were our textbooks: The importance of traditional stories in social control. In, J. Ferrell and N. Websdale (Eds.), Making Trouble: Cultural Constructions of Crime, Deviance and Control. New York: Aldine de Gruyter, Meyer, J. (1997/1998). Computerized slideshows: A modern extension of accelerated learning techniques. Journal of Accelerative Learning and Teaching, 22(3), Meyer, J. (1998). Tradition and technology: Computers in criminal justice. In, L.J. Moriarty and D.L. Carter, Criminal Justice Technology in the 21st Century. Springfield, IL: Charles Thomas Publishing, Meyer, J. (1998). History repeats itself: Restorative justice in Native American communities. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 14, Jesilow, P, Meyer, J., Parsons, D. and Tegeler, B. (1998). Evaluating problem-oriented policing: A quasi-experiment. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 21, McMahan, S., Witte, K. and Meyer, J. (1998). The perception of risk messages regarding electromagnetic fields: Extending the extended parallel process model to an unknown risk. Health Communication, 10, Meyer, J. and Gray, T. (1997). Drunk drivers in the courts: Legal and extralegal factors affecting pleas and sentences. Journal of Criminal Justice, 25, *Reprinted in G.P. Alpert and J.M. MacDonald (Eds.). (2001). Understanding Social Science Research: Applications in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Prospect Heights, 5

6 IL: Waveland Press, Gray, T. and Meyer, J. (1997). Prison administration: Inmate participation versus the control model. In J. Marquart and J.R. Sorenson (Eds.), Correctional Contexts: Contemporary and Classical Readings. Los Angeles, CA: Roxbury Press, *Reprinted in S. Stojkovic, J. Klofas and D. Kalinich (Eds.). (1999). The Administration and Management of Criminal Justice Organizations (3rd ed.). Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press, *Also reprinted as "Why inmate participation is better when managing prisons" in T. Gray (Ed.). (2001). Exploring Corrections: A Book of Readings. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, Gray, T. and Meyer, J. (1997). Peer coaching: Teachers helping teachers. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 8(2), McMahan, S. and Meyer, J. (1997). Reducing exposure to electromagnetic fields: The effects of high and low threat risk messages on behavior change. Journal of Environmental Health, 60(3), McMahan, S. and Meyer, J. (1995/1997). Symptom prevalence and worry about high voltage transmission lines. Environmental Research, 70, Meyer, J. and Jesilow, P. (1996). Obedience to authority: Possible effects on children's testimony. Psychology, Crime & Law, 3, Meyer, J. and Grant, D. (1996). The privatization of community corrections: Panacea or Pandora's box? In G.L. Mays and T. Gray (Eds.), Privatization and the Provision of Correctional Services: Context and Consequences. Cincinnati, OH: Anderson, Meyer, J. and Gray, T. (1996). Peer coaching: An innovation in teaching. Teaching in the Community Colleges (Electronic) Journal, 1(3), Meyer, J. and Jesilow, P. (1996). Research on Bias in Judicial Sentencing. New Mexico Law Review, 26, Gray, T. and Meyer, J. (1996). Expanding prison industries through privatization. In G.L. Mays and T. Gray (Eds.), Privatization and the Provision of Correctional Services: Context and Consequences. Cincinnati, OH: Anderson, McMahan, S. and Meyer, J. (1996). Communication of risk information to workers and managers: Do industrial hygienists differ in their communication techniques? American Industrial Hygiene Journal, 57, Meyer, J. and Jesilow, P. (1995). The formation of judicial bias in sentencing: Preliminary findings on "doing justice." Western State Law Review, 22,

7 Jesilow, P., Meyer, J and Namazzi, N. (1995). Public attitudes toward the police. American Journal of the Police, 19(2), Meyer, J. and Geis, G. (1994). Psychological research on child witnesses in abuse cases: Fine answers to mostly wrong questions. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 11, McMahan, S., Ericson, J. and Meyer, J. (1994). Depressive symptomatology in women and residential proximity to high-voltage transmission lines. American Journal of Epidemiology, 139, Meyer, J. and Jesilow, P. (1993). 'Doing justice': Judicial attitudes toward community service sentences. The IARCA Journal on Community Corrections, 5(5), McMahan, S., Ericson, J. and Meyer, J. (1993). Residential proximity to high voltage transmission lines and depressive symptomatology. In M. Blank (Ed.), Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine. San Francisco: San Francisco Press, Other Publications: Trade publications and encyclopedias: Meyer, J. (in press, expected 2009). Indian Civil Rights Act. In, Green, H.T. and Gabbidon, S.L. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Race and Crime. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Meyer, J. (in press, expected 2009). National Tribal Justice Resource Center. In, Green, H.T. and Gabbidon, S.L. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Race and Crime. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Meyer, J. (in press, expected 2009). National American Indian Court Judges. In, Green, H.T. and Gabbidon, S.L. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Race and Crime. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Meyer, J. (in press, expected 2008). Infanticide. In, C.M. Renzetti and J. Edleson (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Interpersonal Violence. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Sridharan, S., Baskin, R., and Meyer, J. (2004). Identifying local patterns of unemploymentcrime linkages. Proceedings of Section of Epidemiology of the American Statistical Association, pp Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association. Meyer, J. Bail and Bond. (2002). In, D. Levinson (ed.), Encyclopedia of Crime and Punishment, volume 1. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, Meyer, J. Plea Bargaining. (2002). In, D. Levinson (ed.), Encyclopedia of Crime and Punishment, volume 3. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, Meyer, J. Retributive Justice. (2002). In, D. Levinson (ed.), Encyclopedia of Crime and Punishment, volume 3. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage,

8 Rhodes, H. and Meyer, J. with Gloria, G. (2001). Sexual, racial, and ethnic discrimination: A scientist's lifetime endeavor at defeating the terrible three. Multicultural Diversity, 7(3) 1-2,6-7. Meyer, J. (2001). The hunt for Leges Henrici and restorative justice, Navajo style. The Forum, 9(1), 1-5. Meyer, J. and Bogdan, G. (2001). Our "First Education." In, L. Berry, A Pilgrimage of Color: 2001 National Conference, Social Science Monograph Series. Morehead, KY: Morehead State University, Meyer, J. (2000). Extramarital affairs. In, G. Geis and N. Davis (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Criminology and Deviant Behavior, volume 3, Sexual Deviance. Philadelphia, PA: Taylor and Francis publishers, C.D. Bryant, editor-in-chief. Meyer, J. (2000). Infanticide and neonaticide. In, D. Luckenbill and D. Peck (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Criminology and Deviant Behavior, volume 2, Crime and Juvenile Delinquency. Philadelphia, PA: Taylor and Francis publishers, C.D. Bryant, editor-in-chief. Meyer, J. and Paul, R. (1999). Fighting a new naayéé': Domestic violence on the Navajo Reservation. The Forum, 7(2), 4-7. Meyer, J. (1998). Peacemaking as restorative routine. The Forum, 6(2), Meyer, J. and Short, C. (1998). Investigating computer crime: Concerns voiced by local law enforcement agencies. Police Chief. 65(5), Meyer, J. (1995). Mexico's La Mesa Penitentiary: An Experiment in Humanity. American Jails, 9(3), *Reprinted as "Readaptation: Work and family in a Mexican prison village" in T. Gray (Ed.). (2001). Exploring Corrections: A Book of Readings. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, Chew, K., McCleary, R., Sandeen, B. and Meyer, J. (1991). Who cares about public schools? American Demographics, 13(5), Data analysis exercises: Meyer, J. (2007). Data analysis exercises in criminology. Created for R.D. Crutchfield, C. Kubrin, G.S. Bridges, and J.G. Weis (Eds.), Crime: Readings (3rd ed). Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press. (a series of ten data analysis exercises designed to give students hands-on experience exploring criminological theories: (1) An introduction to statistical analysis using SDA, (2) An exploration of fear of crime, (3) An exploration of gang involvement, (4) An exploration of the effects of race and socioeconomic status on self reported delinquency, (5) An exploration of the effects of gender on delinquency and socialization, (6) An exploration of social disorganization theory, (7) An exploration of differential association and control theory, (8) An exploration of 8

9 routine activities theory, (9) An exploration of strain theory, and (10) An exploration of low self-control theory. Published at: Meyer, J. (2001). Data analysis exercises in juvenile delinquency. In, J.G. Weis, R.D. Crutchfield and G.S. Bridges (Eds). Juvenile Delinquency: Readings (2nd ed). Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press. (a series of five SPSS-based exercises designed to give students hands-on experience exploring juvenile delinquency: (1) A look at incidence and prevalence of delinquency, pp ; (2) An exploration of the correlates of juvenile delinquency, pp ; (3) An exploration of differential association-reinforcement theory, pp ; (4) an exploration of strain theory, pp ; (5) A look at juveniles processed in the adult criminal courts, pp ). Meyer, J. (2000). Data analysis exercises in criminology. In, R.D. Crutchfield, G.S. Bridges, J.G. Weis, and C. Kubrin (Eds.), Crime: Readings (2nd ed). Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press. (a series of five SPSS-based exercises designed to give students hands-on experience exploring criminological theories: (1) an exploration of the fear of crime, pp ; (2) an exploration of self-reported delinquency and a look at social disorganization theory, pp ; (3) an exploration of differential association theory and an exploration of control theory, pp ; (4) an exploration of culture conflict and marxist theories and a look at bio-psychological theory of choice, pp ; (5) a brief look at routine activities and an exploration of low self-control theory, pp ). Book reviews: Meyer, J. (in press, expected 2008). Review of Eileen Luna-Firebaugh, Tribal Policing: Asserting Sovereignty. American Indian Culture and Research Journal. Meyer, J. (1998). Review of C.G.G. Aitken, Statistics and Evaluation of Evidence for Forensic Scientists. Journal of Official Statistics, 14, Meyer, J. (1995). Review of William Selke, Prisons in Crisis. The Criminologist, 20(4), Research reports and manuals: Sridharan, S. and Meyer, J. (2004). An Exploratory Spatial Data Approach To Identify the Context of Unemployment-crime Linkages. Final report submitted to the National Institute of Justice for NIJ Grant #2002-IJ-CX Meyer, J. (1999). Reintegration is traditional: An evaluation of the Navajo Nation's Yaa Da'Yá (Young Adjudicated Adult Upward Bound) Program, a report presented to the Navajo Nation Judicial Branch. Skolnik, H. and Meyer, J. (1994). Evaluation of the 1993 Summer Bridge Program, a report presented to the Summer Bridge program, University of California, Irvine. Meyer, J. (1992). Evaluation of the 1992 Summer Bridge Program, a report presented to the 9

10 Summer Bridge program, University of California, Irvine. Meyer, J. (1991). Evaluation of the 1991 Summer Bridge Program, a report presented to the Summer Bridge program, University of California, Irvine. Meyer, J. (1989). Student Apartment Automated System: Instruction Manual, a computer program and manual designed and implemented for Pueblo Dominguez Student Apartments, California State University, Dominguez Hills. Meyer, J. (1987). Research Methods: The Quest For Knowledge, research text written for Social Systems Research Center, California State University, Dominguez Hills. Publications Under Review: Meyer, J., Paul, R. and Grant, D. Peacekeepers turned peacemakers: Police as mediators. Preliminary acceptance by Contemporary Justice Review. Meyer, J. Of Vanquished Mothers and Vanishing Infants: Denial and Concealment of Pregnancy. Book under revision. Meyer, J. Hazhó' sokee' ("stay together nicely"): Using Navajo peacemaking to address domestic violence against Native American and other women. Under review by Crime & Delinquency. Meyer, J. The effects of lower court judges' characteristics and attitudes on their sentencing practices. Under review by Journal of Criminal Justice. Meyer, J. Factors influencing interpretations and sentences recommended for three hypothetical offenses: An exploratory analysis. Under review by Criminal Justice Review. Presentations at professional conferences: Meyer, Jon'a. "New and continuing issues in Native American Justice." To be presented at the annual meetings of the Western Social Science Association, Denver, CO, April, Meyer, Jon'a. "Native American justice overview." Presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Los Angeles, CA, November, Meyer, Jon'a. "Peacemaking as viewed by criminal justice professionals." Presented at the annual meetings of the Western Social Science Association, Phoenix, AZ, April, Meyer, Jon'a. "Peacemaking as living traditional justice." Presented at the annual meetings of the Western Social Science Association, Phoenix, AZ, April, Meyer, Jon'a. "Transformation from the 'most dangerous' city: The Camden Safer Cities anti- 10

11 violence initiative. Presented at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Baltimore, MD, March, Meyer, Jon'a. "Criminal justice graduate programs: Finding a program and getting in." Fattah Conference on Higher Education, Philadelphia, PA, February, Meyer, Jon'a. "Navajo Nation Peacemaking: Living Traditional Justice." Presented at the annual meetings of the Western Social Science Association, Albuquerque, NM, April, Meyer, Jon'a. "Camden Safer Cities Initiative: Altering policy to reduce violence." Presented at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, IL, March, Meyer, Jon'a. "Beyond the classroom without walls: Improving pedagogy in the high-tech era." Presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Nashville, TN, November, Sridharan, Sanjeev, Robert Baskin, Jon'a Meyer, and Benmei Liu. "Identifying dynamic contexts of social problems: A proposal to integrate multilevel models with exploratory spatial data analysis." Presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Nashville, TN, November, Meyer, Jon'a. "Peacemaking in action: Restorative justice on the Navajo Nation." Presented at the annual meetings of the Western Social Science Association, Salt Lake City, UT, April, Meyer, Jon'a. "Conducting research ethically in Native American communities." Presented at the annual meetings of the Ford Fellows Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico, October, Meyer, Jon'a. "Access, analysis and ethics: Doing research in Native American communities." Presented at the annual meetings of the Western Social Science Association, Las Vegas, NV, April, Meyer, Jon'a. "If students can fall in love on the Internet, they can learn about criminal justice there, too." Presented at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, MA, March, And, 51 additional conference presentations from (list available upon request) Selected community service: reviewer for Canadian Journal of Native Education Editorial board member, Journal of Criminal Justice Education American Society of Criminology Mentoring Program mentor The Human Journey Television Productions, Producer, Host (this cable television show focuses on Native American issues and leaders. I produced about 30 halfhour shows, several with a criminal justice focus) 2004 American Society of Criminology Program Committee: Chair, Prosecution and 11

12 Plea Bargaining Division, November 2004 conference 2004 Invited public lecture, Sacred Heart Peace Community, Camden, NJ, "Urban Violence" 2002 Ford Fellows annual conference Academic Exchange Session Moderator, Social Sciences, Urban & Regional Planning 2002 Invited public lecture, Industrial Relations Research Association, "Parallel conflict resolution processes: Focusing on concerns and issues of the larger community" 2001 Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Program Committee: Chair, Future Directions & Trends Division, April 2002 conference 2001 Ford Fellows annual conference Academic Exchange Session Moderator, Sociology 2001 Invited public lecture, Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, "Navajo peacemaking" 2000 American Society of Criminology Program Committee: Chair, Teaching Division, November 2000 Conference 1997 Presenter, "Why are today's youth violent?" Presented to the citizens of Ocean County (NJ), November (also broadcast on the local cable television station) Government of Ka Lahui Hawai'i- Assistant to the Diplomatic Liaison to the Indigenous Nations of North America UCI Intertribal Pre-University Advisory Committee Volunteer, Southern California Indian Center Mentor for UC Irvine Peer Advisor Program for new minority graduate students Red Cloud American Indian Society- Volunteer and Foodbank chair GATE Tutor- Sherman Indian High School, Riverside, CA Assorted in-depth training certificates: 2004 Domestic Violence Response (40 hours, required of all Domestic Violence Critical Intervention team members) 2001 Train the Trainer, National Coalition Building Institute International (40 hours, required of all trainers for the NCBI diversity appreciation program) 1998 Mediation and Conciliation Skills, State of New Jersey, Administrative Office of the Courts (40 hours, required of all mediators in New Jersey municipal courts) 1997 Effective College Teaching Seminar, Modules 1-3 (full semester) 1996 Criminal Intelligence and Criminal Intelligence Analysis (24 hours) 1996 New Mexico Mounted Patrol training academy (1 year, required of all NMMP officers) 1995 Advanced Law Enforcement Officer Training Program, New Mexico Department of Public Safety (40 hours) 1995 Interview and Interrogation (full semester) 1995 Public Record Research (full semester) 1994 Introduction to Basic Background Investigations: Issues and Law (full semester) 12

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