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Employment History and Position at Departure

August 1992             Professor (tenured in 1996, promoted to full professor in 1997)
 to present:            Department of Justice, Law and Society
                        School of Public Affairs
                        American University
                        Washington, DC 20016-8043

Recent research: prevention of terrorism, errors of justice, managing public fear, prosecution policy and
practice, privatization and civilianization of policing, sentencing. Courses taught: research methods and
statistics; terrorism, crime and public policy; crime, conscience and community; role of police in society;
police administration; justice policy. University Senate (1997 -04, 2006-08), Senate Executive Committee
(1999-04, 2007-08), Task Force on Graduate Education (2003), School of Public Affairs Rank & Tenure and
Educational Policy Committees, University Orchestra (cellist, 1998); Chair, Department of Justice, Law &
Society PhD Committee (2001-08); Department Coordinator on Police Studies (1994 -03). Consultation,
media interviews.



September 1989          Visiting Assistant Professor
 to August 1992:                Management Science Department
                        School of Business and Public Management
                        The George Washington University
                        Washington, DC 20052

Full-time faculty member in the Management Science Department. Ta ught graduate and undergraduate
courses in information and decision systems. Conducted research on the representation of uncertainty in
expert systems, exercise of discretion in the criminal justice system, community policing, justice
management information systems, and the computerization of finance and accounting, and worked with
Amitai Etzioni to create, plan, and edit book, The Socio-Economics of Crime and Justice. Organized and
chaired sessions at conferences, delivered papers.



May 1985 to             Director of Research
 August 1989:           Police Foundation
                        Washington, DC 20037

Managed and supervised the Police Foundation's research program, initiating and developing new research
projects and participating as a working member of selected research projects. Introduced and implemented a
project management system to improve the operations of the Foundation. Conducted research on
community-policing and drugs, alternative sanctions for DWI offenders, and alternative enforcement
strategies for shoplifting. The Police Foundation is a private, not-for-profit research organization funded
primarily by the Ford Foundation and the US Department of Justice.


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Employment History and Position at Departure (continued)


April 1974 to             Vice President for Research
 May 1985:                Institute for Law and Social Research, Inc.
                          Washington, DC 20005

Served as project director on research projects in law enforcement, prosecution, and court research: the
deterrent effect of capital punishment, police role in arrest convictability, a n empirical test of the prisoner's
dilemma, the drugs-crime connection, sentencing policy, the federal justice system, criminal justice
performance measurement, the prediction of recidivism, selective incapacitation, victimization, and plea
bargaining policy. Became director of research in 1977, expanded the research program significantly, and
recruited and helped to develop several outstanding researchers, directing a program of over $5 million of
federal and privately supported research projects.


September 1968            Economic Analyst
 to April 1974:           Center for Naval Analyses
                          Arlington, VA

Conducted research on the economics of the draft for the President's Commission on an All -Volunteer
Armed Force; manpower effectiveness; the effectiveness of periodic he alth examinations; decision analysis
of clinical diagnosis and treatment decisions; and econometric analysis of the deterrent effect of criminal
justice sanctions.


September 1966 to         Captain
 September 1968:          US Army
                          Washington, DC

Served as government project monitor and researcher on a variety of Army manpower research projects.


Education

        BS: UCLA, Statistics (1964)
        MBA: UCLA, Quantitative Methods (1965)
        PhD studies, Managerial Economics, Cornell University (1965 -66)
        Research Fellow: MIT (1970-71)
        PhD: The George Washington University, Information & Decision Systems (1992)


Awards, Memberships, Honor Societies

        Outstanding Scholarship and Research Award, School of Public Affairs, American University, 2008
        Book of the Year Award (for Errors of Justice), Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 2006
        Voting Member, Sentencing and Criminal Code Revision Comm. of the District of Columbia, 2004-
        Associate Editor, Justice Quarterly, 2006-
        School of Public Affairs Bernard H. Ross Teaching Excellence Award, American University, 2002
        Celebrating Scholarship Award (for book, Errors of Justice), American University, 2005
        Outstanding Faculty Service Award, School of Public Affairs, American University, 1997
        Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia, Commendation, 1996
        Beta Gamma Sigma Scholastic Honor Society (1965, 1992)
        American Society of Criminology
        Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences
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Honor Societies, Memberships, Editorships, Citations (continued)

       American Board of Forensic Examiners (Fellow)
       American Economic Association
       American Statistical Association


Lecturing Experience

       Professor of Justice, Law & Society, School of Public Affairs, American University, 1997 -present

       Associate Professor, School of Public Affairs, American University, 1993-97

       Visiting Associate Professor, School of Public Affairs, American University, 1992 -93

       Visiting Ass’t Professor, Information & Decision Systems, George Washington University, 1990-92

       Lecturer, Information and Decision Systems, George Washington University, 1989-90

       Course Leader for the American Management Association's course, Finance and Accounting for
       Nonfinancial Executives, 1986-89. Included both general sessions and on-site trainings

       Lecturer, Quantitative Methods (B&PA 204), The George Washington University, 1967-70

       Instructor, MBA Statistics, UCLA, 1964-65


References

       Professor   Akbar Ahmed, Ibn Khaldun Chair of Islamic Studies, American University
       Professor   Alfred Blumstein, School of Urban and Public Affairs, Carnegie-Mellon University
       Professor   Philip J. Cook, Terry Sanford Professor of Public Policy, Duke University
       Professor   David Farrington, Department of Psychology, Cambridge Univ ., Cambridge England
       Professor   Jack Greene, Dean, College of Criminal J ustice, Northeastern University
       Professor   Cornelius Kerwin, President, American University
       Professor   William LeoGrande, Dean, School of Public Affairs, American University
       Professor   James Lynch, Distinguished Professor, John Jay University
       Professor   Peter K. Manning, Brooks Professor of Criminal Justice, Northeastern University
       Professor   Joan Petersilia, University of California at Irvine
       Professor   Gary Weaver, Chair, Faculty Senate, School of Internat ’l Service, American University
       Professor   James Q. Wilson, Professor Emeritus, University of California at Los Angeles


Publications: Books

       After Terror: Promoting Dialogue Among Civilizations, with Akbar Ahmed (Polity Press, 2005)

       Errors of Justice: Nature, Sources and Remedies (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004;
       Chinese edition, 2007)

       The Privatization of Policing: Two Views, with Peter K. Manning (Washington, DC:
       Georgetown University Press, 1999)



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Publications: Books (continued)

       The Socio-Economics of Crime and Justice, editor (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 1993)

       Power in Numbers, sole author (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1987)

       What Happens After Arrest? with Judith Lucianovic and Sarah Cox (Washington, DC: Institute for
       Law and Social Research, 1977)


Publications: Dissertation

       The Representation of Uncertainty in Expert Systems: An Application in Criminal Investigation ,
       (Ann Arbor, MI: UMI, defended 1992, published 1994)


Publications: Monographs

       Local-Federal Law Enforcement Partnerships: Research Report, with David Klinger, Ed Maguire,
       Steve Mastrofski and Tony Pate (Washington, DC: Police Executive Research Forum, 2003)

       "Measuring What Matters in Prosecution," (Alexandria, VA: American Prosecutors Research
       Institute, 2001)

       Modern Policing and the Control of Illegal Drugs: Testing New Strategies in Two American Cities,
       with Craig Uchida and Sampson Annan (Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, May 1992).
       Reissued as National Institute of Justice Research in Brief, "Controlling Street-Level Drug
       Trafficking: Evidence from Oakland and Birmingham," (Washington, DC: US Department of
       Justice, 1992)

       Expanding and Staying Solvent: Balancing Act of the Growing Firm , (New York: American
       Management Association, 1989)

       "The Prevalence of Pleas," with Barbara Boland, Bureau of Justice Statistics Report (Washington,
       DC: US Department of Justice, December 1984)

       "The Criminal Justice Response to Victim Harm," with Jolene Hernon, National Institute of Justice
       Report (Washington, DC: May 1984). Reissued as NIJ Research in Brief (June 1985)

       "Federal Drug Law Violators," Bureau of Justice Statistics Bulletin (Washington, DC: US
       Department of Justice, February 1984)

       Arrest Convictability as a Measure of Police Performance, with Frank Leahy, Jean Shirhall, Herbert
       Tyson, Eric Wish, and John Bartolomeo (Washington, DC: Department of Justice, 1982)

       "Federal Justice Statistics," Bureau of Justice Statistics Bulletin (Washington, DC: US Department
       of Justice, March 1982)

       The Investigation and Prosecution of Concurrent Jurisdiction Offenses, FJRP-82/001, with Jack
       Hausner, Barbara Mullin, and Amy Moorer (Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, January
       1982)




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Publications: Book Chapters

       "The Demand Side of Terrorism: Fear," in NATO Security Through Science (Amsterdam: IOS Press,
       2007)

       "Toward a More Civil 21 st Century," Chapter 1, with Akbar Ahmed, in After Terror: Promoting
       Dialogue Among Civilizations, edited by Akbar Ahmed and Brian Forst (Cambridge, UK: Polity
       Press, 2005)

       "Prosecutors Discover the Community," Chapter 18, Criminal Justice: Concepts and Issues, 4 th
       edition, Chris W. Eskridge, editor (Los Angeles: Roxbury, 2004), adapted from Judicature, Vol. 84
       (November-December 2000)

       "Problem-Oriented Criminal Investigation," Chapter 20, Contemporary Policing: Controversies,
       Challenges and Solutions, Quint C. Thurman and Jihong Zhao, editors (Los Angeles: Roxbury,
       2004), adapted from Readings in Problem-Oriented Policing, edited by Tara O'Connor Shelley and
       Anne C. Grant (Washington, DC: Police Executive Research Forum, 1998)

       "Corruption in Private Policing," chapter in Police Corruption: Paradigms, Models and Concepts,
       edited by Stanley Einstein and Menachem Amir (Huntsville, TX: OICJ Press, 2003)

       "Prosecution," Chapter 18, Crime: Public Policies for Crime Control, 2 nd edition, James Q. Wilson
       and Joan Petersilia, editors (San Francisco: ICS Press, 2002)

       "Managing Criminal Investigation," in Handbook of Criminal Justice Administration, edited by
       Toni DuPont-Morales, Michael Hooper, and Judith Schmidt (New York: Marcel Dekker, 2001)

       "The Privatization and Civilianization of Policing," in Criminal Justice 2000, Volume 2 - Boundary
       Changes in Criminal Justice Organizations (Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice, 2000)

       "Problem-Solving Investigations," Chapter 12, Police Problem Solving, Quint Thurman & J.D.
       Jamieson, editors (Cincinnati: Anderson, 2004), adapted from Readings in Problem-Oriented
       Policing, edited by Tara O'Connor Shelley & Anne Grant (Washington, DC: Police Execut ive
       Research Forum, 1998)

       "Evidence, Probabilities, and Legal Standards for the Determination of Guilt: Beyond the O.J.
       Trial," Chapter 2 of Representing O.J.: Murder, Criminal Justice, and Mass Culture, edited by
       Gregg Barak (Guilderland, NY: Harrow and Heston, 1996)

       "Prosecution and Sentencing," Chapter 16 of Crime, edited by James Q. Wilson and Joan Petersilia
       (San Francisco: ICS Press, 1995)

       "Expert Systems," with Thomas J. Nagy, Chapter 2 of Emerging Information Technologies, Vol. 3
       (edited by Jay Liebowitz) of Advances in Telematics, (Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing, 1995)

       "Quantitative Tools: Numbers as the Fundamental Language of Business," Chapter 4 of The New
       Portable MBA, edited by Eliza G. Collins and Mary Anne Devanna (John Wiley and Sons, 1 994)

       "Controlling Street-Level Drug Trafficking: 'Professional' and 'Community' Policing Approaches,"
       with Craig Uchida, in Drugs and Crime: Evaluating Public Policy Initiatives, edited by Doris
       MacKenzie and Craig Uchida (Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1994)

       "The Prosecutor and the Public," in The Socio-Economics of Crime and Justice, edited by Brian
       Forst (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 1993)

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Publications: Book Chapters (continued)

       "Using the Computer in Finance and Accounting," Chapter 4 of The Portable MBA in Finance and
       Accounting, edited by John Leslie Livingstone (John Wiley and Sons, 1992)

       "Prosecution and Sentencing," Chapter 10 of Crime and Public Policy, edited by James Q. Wilson
       (San Francisco: Institute for Contemporary Studies, 1983)

       "Drug Use and Crime: Providing a Missing Link," with Eric Wish, in Violent Crime in America,
       edited by Kenneth R. Feinberg (Washington, DC: National Policy Exchange, 1983)

       "Prosecutor's Case Selection Problem - 'Career Criminals' and Other Concerns" (NCJ 92287), in
       Dealing With Dangerous Offenders, Volume 2 (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, 1983), Daniel
       McGillis, Susan Estrich, Mark H. Moore and William Spelman, editors (NCJ 92277)

       "The Deterrent Effect of Capital Punishment: An Assessment o f the Estimates," with Lawrence R.
       Klein and Victor Filatov, in Deterrence and Incapacitation: Estimating the Effects of Criminal
       Sanctions on Crime Rates, edited by Alfred Blumstein et al., (Washington, DC: National Academy
       of Sciences, 1978)

       "Modeling Police Operations from a Court Perspective," in Operations Research & Management
       Science in Justice & Security, edited by Sidney Brounstein & Murray Kamrass (Lexington, MA:
       DC Heath Co., 1976)

       "Statistical Techniques and Their Limitations in the Analysi s of Criminal Justice Data," in the US
       Department of Justice, Quantitative Tools for Criminal Justice Planning, edited by Leonard
       Oberlander (Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office, 1975)

       "An Analysis of Alternative Periodic Health Examination Str ategies," Chapter 16 of Benefit-Cost
       and Policy Analysis, edited by William A. Niskanen, et al. (Chicago: Aldine, 1972)

       "Manpower and Budgetary Implications of Ending Conscription," with Walter Y. Oi, in Report of
       the President's Commission on an All-Volunteer Armed Force (Wash., DC: USGPO, 1970)


Publications: Refereed Articles

       "Taming the Justice Errors Demon," The Responsive Community, vol. 13 (Fall 2003), pp. 12-16
       <http://www2.gwu.edu/~ccps/rcq/issues/13-4.pdf>

       "Toward an Understanding of the Effect of Changes in Standards of Proof on Errors of Justice,"
       Jurimetrics, vol. 41 (Summer 2001), pp. 489-504

       "What Is the Probability that the Offender in a New Case Is in the Modus Operandi File?" with
       Michael Planty, International Journal of Police Science and Management, vol. 3 (Winter 2000), pp.
       124-37

       "Prosecutors Discover the Community," Judicature, vol. 84 (Nov.-Dec. 2000), pp. 135-41

       "Prosecution's Coming of Age," Justice Research and Policy, vol. 2 (Spring 2000), pp. 21-46

       "Unemployment and Crime: Implications for the Caribbean," with Richard R. Bennett, Caribbean
       Journal of Criminology and Social Psychology, vol. 3 (January 1998), pp. 1-29


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Publications: Refereed Articles (continued)

       "The Decomposition and Graphical Analysis of Crime and Sa nctions Data: A Cross-National
       Application," with James P. Lynch, Journal of Quantitative Criminology, vol. 13 (Summer 1997),
       pp. 97-119

       "The Analytics of Criminal Investigation: Putting Sherlock Holmes in a Box," Journal of the
       International Assoc’n of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysis, vol. 9 (Summer 1995), pp. 33-42

       "Forensic Evidence, Probabilities, and Legal Standards for the Determination of Guilt in Trial," The
       Forensic Examiner, vol. 4 (January-February 1995), pp. 28-32

       "Police in the Community, Community in the Police," Responsive Community, vol. 3 (Summer
       1993). Reprinted in Rights & the Common Good, edited by Amitai Etzioni (St. Martin Press, 1994),
       pp. 57-62

       "The Special Deterrent Effects of a Jail Sanction on First -Time Drunk Drivers: A Quasi-
       Experimental Study," with Susan Martin & Sampson Annan, Accident Analysis and Prevention,
       vol. 25 (Summer 1993), pp. 561-68

       "Does Arrest Deter Shoplifters?" with Hubert Williams and Edwin E. Hamilton, Security
       Management (September 1987)

       "Prosecutors Don't Always Aim to Pleas," with Barbara Boland, Federal Probation, vol. 49 (June
       1985)

       "Selective Incapacitation: A Sheep in Wolf's Clothing?" Judicature, vol. 68 (October-November
       1984). Reprinted in the MCAT Practice Tests (Simon & Schuster, 2006)

       "Overburdened Courts and Underutilized Information Technology: A Modern Prescription for a
       Chronic Disorder," Judicature, vol. 68 (June-July 1984)

       "Prosecution and Sentencing," The Prosecutor, vol. 18 (Spring 1984), pp. 30-37

       "Managing Prosecution," Popular Government, vol. 49 (Fall 1983)

       "Capital Punishment and Deterrence: Conflicting Evidence?" Journal of Criminal Law &
       Criminology, vol. 74 (Fall 1983)

       "Selective Incapacitation: An Idea Whose Time Has Come?" Federal Probation, vol. 47 (September
       1983)

       "Targeting Federal Resources on Recidivists: An Empirical View," with William Rhodes, James
       Dimm, Arthur Gelman, and Barbara Mullin, Federal Probation, vol. 47 (June 1983)

       "Structuring the Exercise of Sentencing Discretion in the Feder al Courts," with William Rhodes,
       Federal Probation, vol. 46 (March 1982)

       "Punishment and Sentencing: Developing Sentencing Guidelines Empirically from Principles of
       Punishment," with Charles Wellford, Rutgers Law Review, vol. 33 (Spring 1981)

       "Sentencing and Social Science: Research for the Formulation of Federal Sentencing Guidelines,"
       with William Rhodes and Charles Wellford, Hofstra Law Review, vol. 7 (Winter 1979)


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Publications: Refereed Articles (continued)

       "The Deterrent Effect of Capital Punishment: A Cross-State Analysis of the 1960s," Minnesota Law
       Review, vol. 61 (May 1977)

       "The Prisoner's Dilemma: Theory and Reality," Journal of Criminal Justice, vol. 5 (Spring 1977)

       "A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis of the Prosecutor," Jour. of Legal Studies, vol. 6 (Jan. 1977)

       "Participation in Illegitimate Activities: Further Empirical Findings," Policy Analysis, vol. 2
       (Summer 1976)

       "Decision Analysis and Medical Malpractice," Operations Research, vol. 22 (January 1974)



Encyclopedia Entries

       "Public-Private Partnerships," entry in The Encyclopedia of Police Science, Third Edition, Jack R.
       Greene, editor (New York: Routledge, 2007)

       "Private Policing," in Encyclopedia of Law Enforcement, Larry E. Sullivan and Marie Simonetti
       Rosen, editors (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2005), Volume 1, pp. 362 -5

       "Charge Attrition," in Encyclopedia of Crime and Punishment, David Levinson, editor (Thousand
       Oaks, CA: Sage, 2002), Volume 1, pp. 178-81

       "Police Privatization," in Encyclopedia of Crime and Punishment, David Levinson, editor
       (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2002), Volume 3, pp. 1176 -81

       "Crime Detection and Prevention: Policing, Prosecution and Sentencing," entry in the Collier's
       Encyclopedia (New York: 1996)

       "Criminal Justice System: Measurement of Performance," entry in the Encyclopedia of Crime and
       Justice, edited by Sanford H. Kadish (New York: Macmillan and Free Press, 1983)



Current Research: Books, Chapters and Articles in Preparation

       Terrorism, Crime and Public Policy (New York: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2008)

       Security and Justice in the Homeland: Criminologists on Terrorism, book co-edited with Jack R.
       Greene and James P. Lynch (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2009)

       "Prosecutors and Errors of Justice," in The Changing Role of the American Prosecutor, edited by
       John L. Worrall and M. Elaine Nugent-Borakove (SUNY-Albany Press, forthcoming 2008)

       "Advisory Sentencing Guidelines and Sentencing Disparity: An Empirical Test," with Sharon
       Melzer (forthcoming 2008)

       "If Wrongful Convictions Were a Disease, What Would Be the Cure?" in Wrongful Convictions,
       edited by Ronald Huff and Martin Killias (forthcoming 2009)

       The Logic and Management of Criminal Investigation, textbook in preparation (forthcoming 2009)
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Publications: Op/Ed Articles, Unrefereed Journal Articles & Essays, Special Editions Edited

       Co-edited (with Richard Sha) "Strategic Planning at American University," American Senator, vol.
       19, Number 2 (Spring 2008)

       "Investing in Academic Excellence," American Senator, vol. 19, Number 2 (Spring 2008)

       "Profiles and Justice," letter in The New Yorker (December 3, 2007), p. 12

       Co-edited (with Richard Sha) "Governance at American University," American Senator, vol. 19,
       Number 1 (Fall 2007)

       "University Governance Then and Now, Here and There," American Senator, vol. 19, Number 1
       (Fall 2007)

       "The Cost of Errant Justice," Washington Post (March 30, 2006), p. A23

       "Critical and Unresolved Issues Associated with Police Corruption," in Police Corruption:
       Challenges for Developed Countries - Comparative Issues and Commissions of Inquiry, edited by
       Menachem Amir and Stanley Einstein (Huntsville, TX: OICJ Press, 2004), p. 444

       "Making Sense of Community Policing, After All These Years," Law Enforcement News (March
       15/31, 2003), pp. 13-14

       "Policing in the Era of Terrorism," Law Enforcement News (March 31, 2002), pp. 13-14

       Edited "Governance at American University," special issue, American Senator, vol. 18 (March
       2002)

       "Academic Excellence, Budgets and the Endowment," American Senator, vol. 18 (March 2002), pp.
       12-13

       "An Unresolved Issue in Policing," in Policing, Security and Democracy: Special Aspects of
       'Democratic Policing', edited by Menachem Amir and Stanley Einstein (Huntsville, TX: OICJ
       Press, 2001), pp. 238-39

       "What Questions Should We Be Asking?" American Senator, vol. 18 (October 2001), pp. 9-11,15

       "Enrollments, Selectivity and Acceptance Rates: Measuring What Matters," American Senator,
       vol. 17 (October 2000), pp. 4-7

       "Merit Review and Productivity," American Senator, vol. 14 (November 1997), pp. 5-6

       "O.J. Simpson and Justice By the Numbers," Law Enforcement News (September 30, 1994), p. 8

       "Fairness on Trial: Guidelines for Prosecutorial Power," Washington Post Outlook (Aug. 26,
       1990), p. C5

       "Let's Stop Bashing the Bean Counters," Los Angeles Times Viewpoints (February 14, 1988), p. IV-
3

       "Violent Crime, By the Numbers," The Washington Post (May 5, 1981)

       "Why Arrests Fail to Result in Conviction," The Wall Street Journal (February 16, 1979)

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Publications: Book Reviews

       Review of three books on terrorism -- David L. Altheide's Terrorism and the Politics of Fear;
       Michael P. Arena and Bruce A. Arrigo's The Terrorist Identity: Explaining the Terrorist Threat; and
       Mark S. Hamm's Terrorism as Crime -- for Theoretical Criminology, Volume 12, No. 2 (May
       2008), pp. 246-50

       Richard Pearlstein's Fatal Future? Transnational Terrorism and the New Global Disorder
       (University of Texas Press, 2004), in International Criminal Justice Review, vol. 17 (March 2007)

       Bruce Benson's To Serve and Protect, book review in Social Service Review, vol. 74 (September
       2000)

       "Ethnography up in Smoke," Journal of Criminal Justice, vol. 25 (Summer 1997)

       "Prisons and Politics: Book Review," Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, vol. 73 (Spring
       1982)

       "Economics, Opportunity, and Crime: Book Review," Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology,
       vol. 68 (September 1977)



Doctoral Dissertation Committees Chaired

       Ali Ozdogan, A Model of Terrorism: Strategic Interactions and Contextual Details, August 18,
       2008

       Jocelyn Fontaine, The Promise of Home Ownership: Does Tenure Choice Mediate the Relationship
       Between Black Segregation and Robberies in Large Cities? June 23, 2008

       Lynn Bauer, School Structural Characteristics and Social Capital: The Impact of the School
       Environment on Criminal and Non-criminal Incidents in U.S. Public Schools, February 20, 2008

       Heather Davies, Understanding Variations in Murder Clearance Rates: The Influence of the
       Political Environment, December 4, 2003

       Stephen Gies, The Influence of Interscholastic Athletic Participation on Delinquency , April 23,
       2003

       Gerard Rainville, Differing Incentives of Appointed and Elected Prosecutors and the Relationship
       between Prosecutor Policy and Votes in Local Elections, November 5, 2002

       Michael Planty, Examining the Differential Returns from Robbery Incidents, December 5, 2000



Panels Organized / Chaired

       Panel on Psychological Aspects of Terrorism, 44 th annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal
       Justice Sciences, Seattle, March 2007

       Panel on Criminologists Thinking About Terrorism, 58 th annual meeting of the American Society of
       Criminology, Los Angeles, November 2006

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Panels Organized / Chaired (continued)

       Panel on Terrorism and Criminology, 57 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology,
       Toronto, November 2005

       Panel on the Adversarial Process: Prosecution and Defense, 56 th annual meeting of the American
       Society of Criminology, Nashville, November 2004

       Panel on the Future of the Fight Against Terrorism, for SPA Graduate Council, March 2004

       Panel on Sentencing Discretion, 55 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology,
       Denver, November 2003

       Panel on Police Integrity, 54 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago,
       November 2002

       Panel on Understanding Miscarriages of Justice, 53 rd annual meeting of the American Society of
       Criminology, Atlanta, November 2001

       Panel on Quality of Justice, 38 th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences,
       Washington, DC, April 2001

       Panel on Community Prosecution, 52 nd annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology,
       San Francisco, November 2000

       Panel on Classification and Measurement Techniques, 51 st annual meeting of the American Society
       of Criminology, Toronto, November 1999

       Panel on Building Bridges from the Criminal Justice System to the Community, 46 th annual meeting
       of the American Society of Criminology, Miami, November 1994

       Panel on the Socio-Economics of Crime and Justice II, 4 th annual meeting of the Society for the
       Advancement of Socio-Economics, Irvine, California, March 1992

       Panel on the Socio-Economics and Civil Justice, 4 th annual meeting of the Society for the
       Advancement of Socio-Economics, Irvine, California, March 1992

       Panel on the Socio-Economics of Crime and Justice I, 50 th anniversary meeting of the American
       Society of Criminology, San Francisco, November 1991

       Panel on Socio-Economics and the Law, 3 rd annual conference of the Society for the Advancement
       of Socio-Economics, Stockholm, June 1991

       Panel on Expert System Applications in Criminal Justice, 41 st annual meeting of the American
       Society of Criminology, Reno, November 1989

       Panel on Prosecutorial Discretion in Plea Bargaining, 38 th annual meeting of the American Society
       of Criminology, Atlanta, November 1986

       Panel on Selective Incapacitation: Methodology and Policy, 36 th annual meeting of the American
       Society of Criminology, Cincinnati, November 1984




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Papers Delivered at Conferences

       "Terrorism, Crime and Public Policy," presented at the 59 th annual meeting of the American Society
       of Criminology, Atlanta, November 2007

       "Botero on Abu Ghraib: Implications for Professional Responsibility," Panel on Professional
       Responsibility After Abu Ghraib, American University, November 2007

       "Fear of Terrorism: Models for Describing and Dealing With It," co -authored with Mark McInerney
       at the 44 th annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Seattle, March 2007

       "Residential Segregation and the Urban Underclass: How Urban Decline Correlates with Crime,"
       co-authored with Jocelyn Fontaine at the 44 th annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice
       Sciences, Seattle, March 2007

       "Security and Justice in the Homeland: Criminologists on Terrorism," presented at the 58 th annual
       meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Los Angeles, November 2006

       "Routine Activities Theory and Terrorism: Preliminary Estimates and Prospective Implications," co -
       presented with Mark McInerney at the 58 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology,
       Los Angeles, November 2006

       "Race or Class? How Income Disparity and Residential Segregation Converge with Crime," co -
       presented with Jocelyn Fontaine at the 58 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology,
       Los Angeles, November 2006

       "The Demand Side of Terrorism: Fear," presented at the NATO Conference on the Understanding
       and Response to Terrorism, Washington, DC, September 2006

       "Managing the Fear of Terrorism," presented at the 57 th annual meeting of the American Society of
       Criminology, Toronto, November 2005

       "Managing Errors of Justice: The Role of the Prosecutor," presented at the 56 th annual meeting of
       the American Society of Criminology, Nashville, November 2004

       "Error in the Era of Terror: Balancing Rights and Responsibilities, Reducing Social Costs,"
       presented at the Communitarian Summit, Washington, DC, July 2004

       "You Must Remember This: A Spatial Difference Is Not a Change, As Time Goes By (The
       Interpretation of Regression Coefficients in the Analysis of Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal
       Data)," paper with James P. Lynch for the 55 th annual meeting of the American Society of
       Criminology, Denver, November 2003

       "In Search of Security," presented at the 55 th annual meeting of the American Society of
       Criminology, Denver, November 2003

       "The Right to Counsel and Errors of Justice," discussant paper, 25 th annual research conference of
       the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management, Washington, November 2003

       "If Wrongful Convictions Were a Disease, What Would Be the Cure?" invited paper, International
       Workshop on Wrongful Convictions, Briel/Brigels, Switzerland, August 2003

       "Managing Errors in the New Era of Policing," invited paper, National Institute of Justice
       Conference on Research and Evaluation, Washington, DC, July 2003

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Papers Delivered at Conferences (continued)

       "Managing Policing Errors in the Era of Terrorism," invited plenary session paper, International
       Conference on Policing & Security: In Search of Security, Montréal, Québec, Canada, Fe bruary
       2003

       "Minimizing Errors of Justice: The Role of the Police," presented at the 54 th annual meeting of
       American Society of Criminology, Chicago, November 2002

       "Measuring What Matters in Prosecution," presented at National Institute of Justice Conf erence on
       Community Prosecution, Washington, DC, December 2001

       "Errors of Justice: Nature, Sources and Remedies," presented at the 53 rd annual meeting of
       American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, November 2001

       "Prosecution Policy and Errors in Justice," presented at the 38 th annual meeting of Academy of
       Criminal Justice Sciences, Washington, April 2001

       "One Cheer for Community Prosecution," presented at the 52 nd annual meeting of American Society
       of Criminology, San Francisco, November 2000

       "Trials and Error," presented with Gerard Rainville at the 51 st annual meeting of American Society
       of Criminology, Toronto, November 1999

       "Just Do It? The Effect of Participation in Athletics on Delinquency," presented with Stephen Gies
       at the 51 st annual meeting of American Society of Criminology, Toronto, November 1999

       "The Role of Prosecutors in Criminal Justice Planning," presented at the 25 th joint annual meeting
       of the Bureau of Justice Statistics and Justice Research and Statistics Association, Baltimore,
       November 1999

       "Prosecution's Coming of Age," presented at the National Academy of Sciences Conference on
       Prosecution, Washington, DC, July 1999

       "Problem-Oriented Investigation," presented at the 49 th annual meeting of the American Society of
       Criminology, San Diego, November 1997

       "What Is the Probability that the Offender in a New Case Is in the M.O. File?" presented with
       Michael Planty at the 49 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Diego,
       November 1997

       "The Logic of Inference and Decision Making in Criminal Investigation," presented at the 48 th
       annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, November 1996

       "Making Sense of the Drop in Burglary Rates: Criminologists as the Keystone Cops," presente d
       with James P. Lynch at the 48 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago,
       Nov. 1996

       "How Far Have We Come and Would We Do It All Over Again?: The Courts," presented at the
       48 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, November 1996

       "Unemployment, Crime, and Spaghetti: Disentangling International Data," presented with Richard
       R. Bennett at the 47 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Boston, November
       1995

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Papers Delivered at Conferences (continued)

       "The Decomposition and Graphical Analysis of Crime and Sanctions Data," presented at the 46 th
       annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Miami, November 1994

       "Unemployment and Crime: A Cross-National Assessment of a Popular Hypothesis," presented at
       the 46 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Miami, November 1994

       "The Analytics of Criminal Investigation: Putting Sherlock Holmes in a Box," presented at the 45 th
       annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Phoenix, October 1993

       "Modeling Uncertainty in Expert Systems: An Assessment of Alternative Approaches to Drawing
       Inferences About Offenders from the Crime Scene Evidence," 2 nd International Symposium on
       Uncertainty Modeling and Analysis, College Park, Maryland, April 1993

       "Improving Criminal Investigation: Dealing with Uncertainty in Expert Systems," presented at the
       44 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, November 1992

       "Community Policing," presented at the 4 th annual conference of the Society for the Advancement
       of Socio-Economics, Irvine, California, March 1992

       "The Prosecutor and the Community," presented at 3 rd annual conference of the Society for the
       Advancement of Socio-Economics, Stockholm, Sweden, June 1991

       "Law Enforcement Strategies for Controlling Street Drug Trafficking," delivered at the 42 nd annual
       meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Baltimore, November 1990

       "Expert System Shells: Demonstrations for the Classroo m," presented at technology fair on new
       techniques in teaching and research ("InfoOptions for the 1990's"), George Washington University,
       March 1990

       "Shoplifting and Special Deterrence: Evidence on Juveniles and Adults," with Earl Hamilton,
       delivered at the 38 th annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, November
       1986

       "An Empirical Analysis of Dual Jurisdiction Offenders," delivered at the 35 th annual meeting of the
       American Society of Criminology, Denver, November 1983

       "Capital Punishment and Deterrence: Conflicting Evidence?" delivered at the 35 th annual meeting
       of the American Society of Criminology, Denver, November 1983

       "The Prosecutor's Case Selection Problem: 'Career Criminals' and Other Concerns," delivered at
       Conf. on Public Danger, Dangerous Offenders and the Criminal Justice System, Harvard University,
       February 1982

       "Sentencing Guidelines and Impact Analysis," with William M. Rhodes, delivered at joint annual
       meeting of the Inst. of Management Sciences and the Operations Research Society of America,
       Toronto, May 1981

       "Research to Reform Sentencing," delivered at the joint annual meeting of the Institute of
       Management Sciences and the Operations Research Society of America, Washington, May 1980



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Papers Delivered at Conferences (continued)

       "The Prisoners' Dilemma: Theory and Reality," delivered at the joint annual meeting of the
       Operations Research Society of America and the Institute of Management Sciences, Miami,
       November 1976

       "Estimation of the Deterrent Effects of Criminal Sanctions: Rejoinder," delivered at the joint
       annual meeting of the Operations Research Society of America and the Institute of Management
       Sciences, Las Vegas, November 1975

       "Crime Prediction Within and Between Police Jurisdictions," delivered at the 44 th national meeting
       of the Operations Research Society of America, San Diego, November 1973

       "Decision Analysis and Medical Malpractice," delivered at the 41 st national meeting of the
       Operations Research Society of America, New Orleans, April 1972

       "The Grisly Analytics of Death, Disability, and Disbursements," delivered at the 40 th national
       meeting of the Operations Research Society of America, Anaheim, October 1971

       "Estimating Multidimensional Utility Functions on the Basis o f Revealed Preferences: An
       Application to Clinical Decision Making," delivered at the 39 th national meeting of the Operations
       Research Society of America, Dallas, May 1971

       "A Decision-Theoretic Approach to Medical Diagnosis and Treatment," delivered at the 11 th
       American meeting of the Institute of Management Sciences, Los Angeles, October 1970



Legislative Testimony/Briefings

       Briefing, "Target Attractiveness, Fear, and the Prevention of Terrorism," at the Congressional
       Briefing on Evidence-Based Counterterrorism Policy: New Research Findings, US Senate,
       September 10, 2007

       Testified on community policing at Communitarian Teach-In, US Senate, November 18, 1991

       Testified on federal sentencing practices before the Subcommittee on Criminal Law of the
       Committee on the Judiciary (Senator Edward Kennedy presiding), US Senate, May 23, 1983

       Testified on crime and the criminal justice system response to crime before the Subcommittee on
       Crime of the Committee on the Judiciary (Congressman William Hughes pr esiding), US House of
       Representatives, June 18, 1981

       Testified on sentencing practices in the District of Columbia before the Committee on the Judiciary
       (Councilman David Clarke presiding), Council of the District of Columbia, Public Hearings on the
       District of Columbia Basic Criminal Code Act of 1979, April 17, 1980 (testimony reprinted in the
       Report of the District of Columbia Court System Study Committee of the District of Columbia Bar
       [Horsky Report], prepared for the Subcommittee on Governmental Eff iciency and the District of
       Columbia of the Committee on Governmental Affairs, US Senate, April 1983)




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Clients, Consultations

National Institute of Justice           Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Programs
Bureau of Justice Statistics            Office for Improvements in the Administration of Justice
National Institute on Drug Abuse        American Prosecutors Research Institute
Fairfax County Police Department        States Attorney for Montgomery County, Maryland
Legal Defense Fund, NAACP               Council for Court Excellence
US Bureau of Prisons                    International Association of Chiefs of Police
US Department of State                  Meridian House
Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc.          John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
Roxbury Publishing Co., Inc.            The Randolph Foundation
Smith-Richardson Foundation             Filippelli and Eisenberg, attorneys
Kempter-Rossman International           Lax and Noll, attorneys
Forensic Consulting Specialists, Inc.   International Association of Credit Card Investigators




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