My Qualifications


I hold a PhD and MA in Criminal Justice as well as a BA in psychology
I have edited several novels from noted authors such as Michael Karner, Sibel Hodge, D.P. Prior, M.R. Mathias, Rex Jameson, Curtis Hox and N. Gemini-Sasson
In the course of my academic career, I supervised over 20 graduate theses and dissertations, several of which were subsequently published in peer reviewed journals.  I also supervised over 100 undergraduate senior capstone projects.  During this time, I served as a reviewer for the National Science Foundation, the Economic and Social Research Council and over a dozen academic journals. I was also an Associate Editor for Justice Quarterly from 2004-2008. 
with Ken Pease (2013) “The Division of Labour in Crime Prevention: Crime Science, Criminology and Criminal Justice” The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice 52(1) 39-54

(2011) “Public Confidence in The British Police: Negotiating the Signals from Anglo-American Research” International Criminal Justice Review. 21(4) 353-382.

with Justice Tankebe (2011) 'Confidence in the Criminal Justice System in England and Wales: A Test of Ethnic Effects' International Criminal Justice Review. 21(2) 93-117.

with Kurland, Justin (2011) 'The Event Effect: Demonstrating the Impact of Denominator Selection on ‘Floor’ and ‘Ceiling’ Crime Rate Estimates in the Context of Public Events' Chapter Five in Crime Rates, Types and Hot-spots. Nova Science Publishers.

(2011) "Ethnicity and the British Crime Survey: Issues, Obstacles and Solutions" The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice. 50(3) 275-288

with Parsons, A.R., and Timothy Coupe (2011) “Effective Policing: Management Influence and the Commitment of Senior Police Personnel” Policing and Society. 21(1) 1-26

(2010) “Ethnic Variation in Crime-Related Experiences: A Statistical Comparison of ‘Asian’ and ‘Black’ Responses on the British Crime Survey 2001-2007” Chapter 12 pages 251-268 in Stillwell, John and Maarten van Ham (ed.) Ethnicity and Integration. Understanding Population Trends and Processes: Volume III . Springer, London 

(2009) “Heuristic influences over offense seriousness calculations: a multilevel i
nvestigation of racial disparity under sentencing guidelines” Punishment and Society. 11(2) 191-218

with John Haywood and Andrew Whitaker (2009) “The Effects of ‘Alley-gating’ in an English Town” The European Journal of Criminology 6(4) 361-381 

with Samantha Coates and Katrin Mueller-Johnson (2009) “Penalty notices for disorder: Influences on police decision-making” The Journal of Experimental Criminology. 5(4) 399-428 

(2009) “Is the Offense Seriousness Axis Free of Extralegal Influence?: Assessing the predictors of a ‘legally relevant’ criterion” The American Journal of Criminal Justice. 34(3-4) 253-273. 

with Jonathan Martin and Loraine Gelsthorpe (2009) “What Works for Women?: A comparison of community-based General Offending Programme completion” The British Journal of Criminology 49(6) 879-899 

with James Vaughan (2009) “Infant Death Investigation Following High-Profile Unsafe Rulings: Throwing out the Baby with the Bath Water?” Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice. 3(1) 89-99 

with Katrin Mueller-Johnson (2009) “Cross-jurisdictional Disposition Variability under Sentencing Guidelines: The Example of Equivalent Sex Offenses” Criminal Justice Review. 34(3) 350-381

(2008) “OCJS Self-predictions of Recidivism amongst Admitted Violence Perpetrators: A Comparison of Adults and Youth” The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice. 47(5) pp. 501-511. 

with Dennis W. Roncek (2007) “Schools as Criminal ‘Hot Spots’: Primary,
Secondary and Beyond” Criminal Justice Review. 32(4) pp. 339-357

with Cassia Spohn (2007) "Assessing Blameworthiness and Assigning Punishment: Theoretical Perspectives on Judicial Decision Making" Chapter Seven in David E. Duffee and Edward R. Maguire's Criminal Justice Theory: Explaining the Nature and Behavior of Criminal Justice. Routledge Publishing Company. pp 155-180. ISBN: 0415954797/ISBN 13: 9780415954792

with Miriam DeLone (2006) “Sentencing Outcomes under Competing but Coexisting Sentencing Interventions: Untying the Gordian Knot” Criminal Justice Review. 31(2) pp. 105-131

(2002) “Location, Location, Location: Inter-District and Inter-Circuit Variation in Sentencing Outcomes for Drug Trafficking Offenses under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines.” Justice Quarterly 19(4) pp 633-672 

 with Cassia Spohn (2002) “Crack-ing Down on Black Drug Offenders?: Testing for Interactions between Offender Race, Drug Type, and Statute Charged in Federal Drug Sentences” Justice Quarterly 19(1) pp. 1-35 

        REPRINT: Chapter 24 (pp. 341-365) in Gabbidon, Shaun L. and Helen Taylor Greene's (2005) Race, Crime and Justice: A Reader. Routledge Publishing Company. ISBN 0-415-94707-3

(Fall 2002) “Differential Usage of Guideline Standards by Defendant Race and Gender in Federal Drug Sentences: Fact or Fiction?” The Federal Sentencing Reporter 159-164

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