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					                                       CURRICULUM VITA

                                          J. Mitchell Miller

CONTACT INFORMATION
Department of Criminal Justice
University of Texas at San Antonio
501 West Durango Blvd.
San Antonio, TX 78207

EMAIL: jm.miller@utsa.edu
Office: (210) 458-2535
Fax: (210) 458-2680

EDUCATION

Ph.D., University of Tennessee (Sociology, 1996) A Sociology of Confidential Informing
M.C.J., Middle Tennessee State University (Criminal Justice, 1991) Inside Narcotics Enforcement
Operations in Middle Tennessee
B.S., Middle Tennessee State University (Criminal Justice, 1990)

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

2006-present   Professor & Chair
               Department of Criminal Justice, University of Texas at San Antonio

2002-2006      Director, Graduate Studies in Drugs & Addictions
               University of South Carolina, College of Arts & Science

2004-2006      Associate Professor, College of Social Work
               University of South Carolina (joint appointment)

2002-2004      Interim Director, Southern Region Violence & Substance Abuse Prevention Center
               University of South Carolina

2001-2006      Associate Professor
               Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice, University of South Carolina

2000-2002      Visiting Professor
               College of Law, Moscow International University (Russia)

1996-2001      Assistant Professor
               College of Criminal Justice (tenured 5/01)


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Midwestern Criminal Justice Association
American Society of Criminology      Society for the Study of Social Problems
American Sociological Association    Southern Criminal Justice Association
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PUBLICATIONS
Books
Miller, J.M. (forthcoming 2009). 21st Century Criminology: A Reference Handbook (Volumes I-II), Sage.

Glick, L. & J.M. Miller (in press). Criminology 2nd ed., Allyn & Bacon.

Scarpitti, F.R., Nielsen, A.L. & J.M. Miller, Eds. (in press). Crime and Criminals: Contemporary and
Classic Readings in Criminology, 2nd ed., Oxford University Press.

Miller, J.M., C.J. Schreck & R.Tewksbury (2008). Criminological Theory: A Brief Introduction, 2nd ed.,
Allyn and Bacon.

Miller, J.M. & R. Tewsbury, Eds. (2006). The Qualitative Methods Reader: Illustrations and
Controversies of Fieldwork in the Social Sciences, Prentice Hall.

Wright, R.A. & J.M. Miller (2005). The Encyclopedia of Criminology (Volumes I - III), Taylor &
Francis. (American Reference Library Association 2006 Outstanding Academic Title).

        Reviews:
        Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 2006 (17:2) by H.E. Ventura
        Choice Library Review, 2006
        Library Journal, May 2006 by J. Dunham
        Reference & Research Book News, Spring 2006
        Gale Reference Reviews, April 2006
        Journal of Crime and Justice, 2006 (28:1) by M. Kurlychek
        American Reference Books Annual, 2005 (4:15) by D. Friedrichs

Miller, J.M. & R. Tewksbury, Eds. (2001). Extreme Methods: Innovative Approaches to Social Science
Research, Allyn & Bacon.
         Reviews:
         ACJS Today, 21:3 by G. Bonham, Jr.
         Social Pathology, 6:1 by W.R. Palacios
         Criminal Justice Review, 27:1 by R.A. Wright

Miller, J.M. & J.P. Rush, Eds. (1996) A Criminal Justice Approach to Gangs: From Explanation to
Response, ACJS/Anderson Pub. Co. Monograph Series.
         Reviews:
         Criminal Justice Review, 22:1 by L.A. French
         The Criminologist, 21:4 by M.H. Glazier
         Journal of Gang Research, 3:3 by C. Robinson
         Social Pathology, 2:2 by K. Bryant
         Journal of Criminal Justice, 25:4 by I. Kantor
         De Politie officier-l'Officier de Police 7:2 by Charles Nuyts (France)
         Labour Campaign for Criminal Justice Journal 38:1 by Brian Block (England)
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Articles and Book Chapters

Schreck, C.J., Burek, M.W., Stewart, E.A., and Miller, J.M. (2007). “Distress and Violent Victimization
among Young Adolescents: Early Puberty and the Social Interactionist Explanation”, Journal of Research
in Crime and Delinquency, 44:4

Miller, J.M., Kurlychek, M.C., Wilson, K., and Hansen, A. (forthcoming). "The Nature and Implications
of Child Abduction by Offender Type", Justice Quarterly

Miller, J.M., Miller, H.V., Zapata, J.T. and Yin, Z. (forthcoming). “Mexican-American Youth Drug Use
and Acculturation: A Note on the Mitigating Effects of Contextual Dynamics”, Journal of Drug Issues

Miller, H.V., Alvarez-Rivera, L.L., Jennings, W.G., and Miller, J.M. (forthcoming). “Explaining
Substance Use Among Puerto Rican Adolescents: A Social Learning/Differential Association Approach”,
Journal of Drug Issues

Miller, J.M., H.E. Ventura and J.C. Barnes (forthcoming). "An Examination of Demeanor and Juvenile
Drug Court Admission” ,Criminal Justice Policy Review

Miller, J.M. (forthcoming) "Requisite Betrayal: An Ethnography of Confidential Informing", Justice
Quarterly

Maddan, S. and J.M. Miller (forthcoming). “Does Size Really Matter? A Reexamination of Sheldon‟s
Somatotypes and Criminal Behavior”, The Social Science Journal

Jennings, W.G. and J.M. Miller (2006). “An Examination of Regional Variation in Punitiveness for White
Collar Offenders in the Savings and Loan Industry Crisis”, Journal of Crime and Justice, 29:1

Ventura, H.E. and J. M. Miller (2006). “Finding Hidden Value Through Mixed Methodology: Lessons
from the Discovery Program‟s Holistic Approach to Truancy Abatement”, American Journal of Criminal
Justice, 30:1

Schreck, C.J., JE. Shutt, T. Ellsworth, and J. M. Miller (2006). “The Adolescent Victim of Violent Crime
at School: Social and Situational Risk Factors” in The Handbook of Juvenile Justice (B. Sims and P.
Preston, Eds.) Taylor & Francis Publishers.

Tewksbury, R., M. T. DeMichele, and J. M. Miller (2005). “Methodological Orientations of Articles
Appearing in Criminal Justice‟s Top Journals: Who Publishes What and Where?” Journal of Criminal
Justice Education, 16:2

Miller, J.M., C.L. Gibson, H.E. Ventura, and C.J. Schreck (2005). “Reaffirming the significance of
context: a research note on the Charlotte School Safety program” Journal of Criminal Justice 33:5

Ventura, H.E., C.L. Gibson, J.M. Miller and A.R. Piquero (2005). “Binge Drinking: Patterns,
Explanation, Policy” in The Handbook of Alcohol Related Pathology (V.R. Preedy and R. Watson, Eds.)
Academic Press.

Ventura, H.E., J.M. Miller, and M. Deflem (2005). “Governmentality and the War on Terror: FBI Project
Carnivore and the Diffusion of Disciplinary Power” Critical Criminology 13:1
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Articles and Book Chapters continued

Gibson, C.L., J.M. Miller and C.J. Schreck (2004). “College student binge drinking and related
behaviors: The additive and interactional effects of self-control.” Journal of Criminal Justice 32:5

Miller, J.M., B. Koons-Witt and H.E. Ventura (2004). “Barriers to Evaluating Drug Treatment Behind
Bars: A Research Note.” Journal of Criminal Justice 32:1

Schreck, C.J. and J.M. Miller (2004). “Sources of Fear of Crime at School: What is the Relative
Contribution of Disorder, Individual Characteristics, and School Security?” Journal of School Violence
2:4

Miller, J.M. (2004). “Assessment of the HIDTA Program: Significant Findings and Development Issues”.
National Institute of Justice Journal, Technical Assistance Update.

Schreck, C.J., B. Fisher, and J.M. Miller (2004). “The Social Context of Delinquent Peer Networks and
Violent Victimization.” Justice Quarterly 21:1

Miller, J.M., H.E. Ventura, J.D. Tatum, C.L. Gibson, and C.J. Schreck (2004). “An Assessment of Gang
Presence and Related Activities at the County Level: Another Deniability Refutation.” The Journal of
Gang Research 11:2

Shutt, J.E., J.M. Miller, C.J. Schreck, and N.K. Brown (2004). “Reconsidering the Leading Myths of
Stranger Child Abduction.” Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law and Society 17:1

Miller, J.M. & H. Ventura (2004). “Evaluation of the Moscow Police Command College: A Note on the
Benefits of a Professional/Cultural Exchange Program.” International Journal of Comparative
Criminology 2:1

Schreck, C. J., R. A. Wright, J.M. Miller & C. G. Gibson (2003). “Trouble in the Schoolyard: Exploring
the Risks Factors of Victimization at School.” Crime and Delinquency 49:3

Miller, J.M., H.E. Ventura, S. Maddan, and J. T. Walker (2003). “Academic-Led Delinquency Prevention
Program Delivery: An Overview of the Southern Region Violence and Substance Abuse Prevention
Center Approach.” Journal of Crime and Justice 26:2

Miller, J.M., J.E. Shutt, & J.M. Miller (2003). “Medicaid and „The Granny‟s Lawyer Goes to Jail‟ Law:
Questioning the Criminalization of Attorney‟s Advice.” Criminal Justice Policy Review 14:1

Schreck, C.J., R.A. Wright, J.M. Miller (2002). “Causes of Violent Victimization: A Study of Individual
and Situational Risk Factors.” Justice Quarterly 19:1

Miller, J.M. (2002). “Remembering Richard A. Wright” Journal of Crime and Justice 25:2

Wright, R.A., K.M. Bryant, & J.M. Miller (2001). “Top Criminals/Top Criminologists: The Most-cited
Authors and Works in White-collar Crime” Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 17:4
Wright, R.A., J.M. Miller, & M. Britz (2001). “Who Gets the Ink? A Page-Coverage Analysis of the Most
Influential Scholars in Criminology and Criminal Justice Journals.” Journal of Free Inquiry in Creative
Sociology 28:2
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Articles and Book Chapters cont'd

Miller, J.M. (2001). “Beyond Convention: Extreme Methods of Fieldwork”, in Extreme Methods:
Innovative Approaches to Social Science Research, J.M. Miller & R. Tewksbury (Eds.) Allyn & Bacon.

Miller, J.M., R.A. Wright, & D. Dannels (2001). “Is Deviance Dead?: The Decline of a
Sociological Research Specialization.” The American Sociologist 32:3

Miller, J.M. & J.E. Shutt (2001). “Considering the Need for Empirically Grounded Drug Court Screening
Mechanisms.” Journal of Drug Issues 31:1

Miller, J.M. (2001). “Marijuana as Social Common Denominator: Reconsidering the Use and Academic
Success Relationship.” Humanity and Society 24:4

Miller, J.M. (2000). “Criminological Scholarship and Race: A Response to Professors Ross and
Edwards.” Journal of Criminal Justice 28:3

Miller, J.M., R.A. Wright, & M.M. Smith (2000). "Mostly Male and American: The Reporting of Women
and Crime Scholarship in Introductory Criminology Textbooks." The Justice Professional 13:3

Wright, R.A., J.M. Miller, & P. Gallagher (2000). “Citations to Critical Criminologists in Introductory
Criminology Textbooks.” The Justice Professional 13:2

Miller, J.M. (1999). “Administrative Police Training for an Emerging Democracy: An Evaluation of the
Moscow Police Command College – A Research Note.” American Journal of Criminal Justice 23:2

Wright, R.A. & J.M. Miller (1999). “The Most Cited Scholars and Works in Corrections.” The Prison
Journal 79:1

 Wright, R.A. & J.M. Miller (1998). "The Most Cited Scholars and Works in Police Studies" Policing: An
International Journal of Police Strategies and Management 21:2

Wright, R.A. & J.M. Miller (1998). "Taboo Until Today? The Coverage of Biological Criminology in
Textbooks" Journal of Criminal Justice 26(1).

Miller, J.M., W.J. Ruefle & R.A. Wright (1997). "Ideology and Gang Policy: Beyond the False
Dichotomy." Journal of Gang Research 5:1

Bryant, K.M. & J.M. Miller (1997). "Routine Activity and Labor Market Segmentation: An Empirical
Test of a Revised Approach.” American Journal of Criminal Justice 22:1

Miller, J.M., A.K. Cohen & K.M. Bryant (1997). "On the Demise and Morrow of Subcultural-based
Theories of Crime and Delinquency" Journal of Crime and Justice 20:2

Miller, J.M. & A.K. Cohen (1996). "A Brief History of Gang Theories and Their Policy Implications" in
Gangs: A Criminal Justice Approach, J.M Miller & J.P. Rush (Eds.) Anderson Publishing Company.
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Articles and Book Chapters cont'd

Miller, J.M. (1996). “Evaluating Criminology and Criminal Justice: An Interview with Richard Wright.”
American Journal of Criminal Justice 21:2

Miller, J.M. (1995). "Covert Participant Observation: Reconsidering the Least Used Method." Journal of
Contemporary Criminal Justice 11(2).
reprinted in:
         The Language of Research in Criminal Justice (1998). F. Hagan & P. Tontodonato (eds.), Allyn
                & Bacon.
         Extreme Methods: Innovative Approaches to Social Science Research (2001). J.M. Miller & R.
                Tewksbury (eds.), Allyn & Bacon.
         The Qualitative Methods Reader: Illustrations and Controversies of Fieldwork in the Social
                Sciences (2005). J.M. Miller & R. Tewksbury (eds.), Prentice Hall.

Miller, J.M. & L.H. Selva (1994). "Drug Enforcement's Double-Edged Sword: An Assessment of Asset
Forfeiture Programs." Justice Quarterly 11:4
reprinted in:
         Drugs, Crime, and Justice (1996) L. Gaines & P. Kraska (eds.), Waveland Press, Inc.
         Essays in Criminal Justice (1997) M. McShane & F.P. Williams (eds.), Garland Pub.Co.
         Extreme Methods: Innovative Approaches to Social Science Research (2001), .J.M. Miller & R.
                 Tewksbury (eds.), Allyn & Bacon.
         Boundaries: Readings in Deviance, Crime and Criminal Justice (2003) B.R.E. Wright & R.B.
                 McNeal (eds.), Pearson Custom Publishing.

Miller, J.M. & K.M. Bryant (1993). "Predicting Police Behavior: Ecology, Class, and Autonomy.”
American Journal of Criminal Justice 18:1

Encyclopedia Entries
(2008) "Otherness" in Encyclopedia of Qualitative Research Methods, (L.Givens, Ed.) SAGE
Publications.

(2008) with Natalie Dominguez "Focal Concerns Theory" in Encyclopedia of Race and Crime,
(H.T.Greene & S.L. Gabbidon, Eds.) SAGE Publications.

(2007) “Criminal Subcultures” in Encyclopedia on Gangs, (L. Kontos, Ed.) Greenwood Press.

(2007) with Casey Bowers, “Homelessness and Juvenile Violence” in Encyclopedia of Juvenile Violence,
(L. Finley, Ed.) Greenwood Publishing Group.

(2007) with Holly Ventura, “Domestic Violence and Social Class” in Encyclopedia of Domestic Violence
(N. Jackson & E. Mustaine, Eds.) Taylor and Francis.

(2006) “Egon Bittner” in Encyclopedia of Police Science, 3rd Edition (J.R. Greene, Ed.) Taylor & Francis.

(2005) “Bahrain” in World Police Encyclopedia, (D. Das, Ed.) Taylor and Francis.
(2005) “Asset Forfeiture” and “Drug Enforcement Administration” in Encyclopedia of Criminal Justice,
(P. Gerstenfeld, Ed.) Salem Press.


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Encyclopedia entries continued

(2005). “Qualitative Research”, “Albert Cohen”, “Gang Theories”, “Subculture Theory”, “Drug
Enforcement Administration” (with W. Jennings),“Drug Control Policy: The Legalization Debate” (with
Jessica McGowan), “Native American Criminal Justice” and “Penal Colonies” in The Encyclopedia of
Criminology, (R.A.Wright & J.M. Miller, Eds.) Taylor and Francis.

(2000). “Sex Taboos” in The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Deviant Behavior, (C. Bryant, Ed.) Taylor
& Francis.

Book Reviews
(2006) “The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Childhood Development” edited by B. Hopkins, R.G. Barr, G.F.
Michel, and P. Rochet, American Reference Book Annual Review, 15:1

(1997) "Sexual Harassment on College Campuses: Abusing the Ivory Power" edited by M.A. Paludi,
Journal of Crime and Justice, 20:1

(1995) "Police in Contradiction: The Evolution of the Police Function in Society" by C.D. Robinson, R.
Scaglion, and J.M. Olivero. ACJS Today.

(1993) "Tragic Magic: The Life and Crimes of a Heroin Addict" by S. Mills and J. Santiago. Nelson Hall,
Journal of Crime and Justice, 19:1

GRANTS & CONTRACTS AWARDED
(2007-2008) Principles of Criminal Law Learning Assessment Initiative McGraw Hill Higher Education,
$6500

(2007) Identifying Demographic and Situational Characteristics of Sexual Violence Perpetrators in
Incarcerated Settings, Principal Investigator, National Prison Rape Elimination Commission, $75,000

(2007) Identifying Demographic and Situational Characteristics of Correctional Staff Committing Sexual
Violence in Incarcerated Settings, Principal Investigator, National Prison Rape Elimination Commission,
$49,750

(2006-2009) Evaluation of the Effectiveness of the Tenth Judicial District (SC) Juvenile Deferred
Prosecution Program, Principal Investigator, South Carolina Department of Public Safety, $22,500

(2006-2007) Evaluation of the Auglaize County Prisoner Transition Program, Principal Investigator, Ohio
Department of Mental Health, $20,000

(2005-2008) Implementation and Evaluation of the Aiken County (SC) Juvenile Drug Court, Lead
Evaluator, US Bureau of Justice Assistance, $335,467

(2005-2008) An Evaluation of the South Carolina Department of Education Truancy Prevention Pilot
Sites Initiative, Principal Investigator, South Carolina Department of Education, $149,733
(2005-2006) Evaluation of Richland-Lexington School District Five‟s School Safety and Security
Preparedness Program, Principal Investigator, South Carolina Department of Public Safety, $17,000

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GRANTS & CONTRACTS continued

(2005-2006) Evaluation of the Horry-Georgetown Youth Advocacy Program, Principal Investigator,
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Programs, $27,000

(2005-2006) Gang Database Implementation and Training, Principal Investigator, Juvenile Accountability
Block Grant Incentive Program, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Programs,
$61,280

(2005-2006) Assessing Domestic Terrorism Prevention Preparedness for South Carolina Midlands High
Schools, Principal Investigator, Walker Institute for International Relations, University of South Carolina,
$4,000

(2005) Sexual Minority Victimization Survey: Homophobic Bullying Reduction for Richland County
High School Students, Principal Investigator, Richland County (SC) Sheriff Office, $7,500

(2005) Sexual Minority Bullying in South Carolina,, Ketner Fund for Social Justice, Coastal Community
Foundation, $1,500

(2004-2005) An Evaluation of Project U Turn – A Truancy Abatement Program, Principal Investigator,
Boys and Girls Clubs of the Midlands, $18,000

(2004-2005) An Evaluation of Youth Courts in South Carolina, Principal Investigator, South Carolina
State Bar Foundation, $31,065

(2003-2004) Gang Database Development and Field test, Principal Investigator, Juvenile Accountability
Block Grant Incentive Program, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Programs,
$31,028

(2003-2004) An Impact Analysis of the Southern Region Violence and Substance Abuse Center, 1993-
2003, Principal Investigator, National Crime Prevention Council, $47,380

(2003-2005) An Evaluation of the Dorchester (SC) School District‟s Discovery Program, Principal
Investigator, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Programs, $13,400

(2002-2005) Research-based Learning for the Social Sciences, Principal Investigator, Hewlett
Foundation, $21,500

(2002-2004) Lethal Violence in Arkansas: An Analysis of Its Nature, Correlates and Distribution in the
Western Federal Judicial District of Arkansas, Co-Lead Investigator, US Bureau of Justice Assistance
(Project Safe Neighborhoods), $300,554

(2002-2003) Evaluation of the Little Rock Police Department Gun Violence Reduction Program,
Principal Investigator, Office of the US Attorney General, $45,000

(2002) An Assessment of Gang Presence and Related Activities in Richland and Lexington Counties
(SC), Principal Investigator, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Programs, $53,047
(2000-2002) Outcome Evaluation of the Moscow Police Command College, Lead Evaluator, United
States Department of State, $86,000

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GRANTS & CONTRACTS continued

(1999 - 2001) An Outcome Evaluation of the Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program in South
Carolina, Principal Investigator, National Institute of Justice, $99,171

(1999 – 2001) Evaluation of the Escambia County (FL) Family Focused Juvenile Drug Court, Co-
Principal Investigator, US Bureau of Justice Assistance, $219,500

(1997 – 1998) An Evaluation of Multijurisdictional Narcotics and Violence Task Forces in South
Carolina, Principal Investigator, South Carolina Department of Public Safety, $86,528

(1998 – 2000) Gangs in South Carolina: An Exploratory Analysis, Principal Investigator, US Bureau of
Justice Assistance, $162,800

(1997 – 1998) An Implementation Evaluation of the Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program for
State Prisoners in South Carolina, Co-Principal Investigator, National Institute of Justice, $68,232

(1997 – 2000) An Implementation and Process Evaluation of the Moscow Police Command College,
Lead Evaluator, United States Department of State, $16,000

EDITORIAL EXPERIENCE
Editor, 21st Century Criminology: A Reference Handbook (2007-2009), SAGE
Editor, Journal of Criminal Justice Education (2005-2009)
Editor, Encyclopedia of Criminology (2003-2005), Taylor & Francis
Editor, Journal of Crime and Justice (1999-2002)
National Institute of Justice, Grants Panel Reviewer (2001-2005)
Editorial Board, The Encyclopedia of Criminology (2001) Fitzroy-Dearborn
Book Review Editor, Journal of Crime and Justice (1995-1997)
Editorial Board, Professional Issues in Criminal Justice (2005-2007)
Editorial Board, Journal of Gang Research (2005-2007; 1997-1999)
Editorial Board, Journal of Crime and Justice (1994-1996)
Coeditor, ACJS/Anderson Series Monograph (1996)

COURSES TAUGHT (selected examples)
Corrections                                                    Police Systems
Criminological Theory                                          Program Evaluation
Drugs and Society                                              Quantitative Data Analysis
Fundamentals of Social Science Inquiry                         Research Methods
Introduction to Sociology                                      Social Problems
Juvenile Delinquency                                           Sociology of Crime

INVITED PRESENTATIONS
“Restorative Justice and Youth Courts: Lessons from the South Carolina Statewide Evaluation”,
Department of Criminal Justice, Rochester Institute of Technology, 10/05

“Approximate Effectiveness with Greater Efficiency Equals Benefit: The Promise of the Jail Confinement
Manager Software Program”, National Sheriffs Association, Louisville, KY, 6/05


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INVITED PRESENTATIONS continued

“Breaking the Drugs-Crime Nexus”, North Carolina Substance Abuse Professionals Certified Training
Board Association, Charlotte, NC, 6/05

“Is Restorative Justice Hype Over Results? Lessons from the South Carolina Youth Court Evaluation”,
Child Welfare League of America, Miami Beach, FL 5/05

“Avoiding Pitfalls in Criminal Justice Program Evaluation: Lessons Learned from Ten Years in the
Field”, School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences, Texas A & M International University, 10/04

“An Overview of the South Carolina Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program”, School of
Applied Sciences, University of Mississippi, 2/04

“Putting Failure in Context: Lessons from the South Carolina Residential Substance Abuse Treatment
Program Evaluation”, College of Liberal Arts, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2/04

“The Myths of Gang Membership”, 10 th Annual Southern Region Violence and Substance Abuse
Prevention Summer Youth Institute, Emory University, 7/03

“Gang Migration and School Transfers” Keynote Address, South Carolina Juvenile Justice Officer‟s
Association, Myrtle Beach, SC 9/02
“Asset Forfeiture Dependency and the Decline of Police Autonomy” on National Public Radio, All
Things Considered, Weekend Edition, 4/02

“Weighing the Ethics of Asset Forfeiture”, National PBS Television Program Debates, Debates, 2/02

“The Futility of America‟s Pro-Social Gang Philosophy”, College of Arts and Law, Moscow International
University, Russia, 6/00

“The Double-Edged Sword of Asset Forfeiture”, South Carolina American Civil Liberties Union
Symposium, University of South Carolina School of Law, 9/98

“Criminology‟s Neglect of Confidential Informants in Contemporary Drug Enforcement Research,”
Justice Studies Department, University of West Florida, 8/98

“Utilizing Confidential Informants Effectively: Facilitative and Coercive Models” Moscow Police
Command College, Columbia, SC, 9/98

"Author Meets Critics" (participation as "author" of Gangs:A Criminal Justice Approach) ACJS,
Albuquerque, NM, 3/98

“Gang Migration in South Carolina” South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon
Services Annual Conference, Columbia SC, 4/97

"Trends in Gang Research" College of Liberal Arts, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, 3/97
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Conference Presentations and Sessions Organized
Presentations and sessions organized at many professional organizations. List available on request.

SERVICE (selected examples)
National Youth Advocacy Programs, Board of Directors, 2008-2011; Harrisonburg, PA
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Journal of Criminal Justice Education Editor Search Committee,
2008
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Justice Quarterly Editor Search Committee, 2007
American Society of Criminology, 2008 Teaching Enhancement Committee
American Society of Criminology, 2007 Program Committee
American Society of Criminology, Student Affairs Committee, 2007-2008
Southern Criminal Justice Association, Second Vice President (ascending to President), 2006
International Crime Advisor, European Union (Brazilian-Portuguese Military Academy Representative)
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Junior Faculty Mentoring Program, 2004-2007
American Society of Criminology, 2006 Program Committee
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 2006 Program Committee
Southern Criminal Justice Association, Chair, Professional Award Committee, 2006
Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chair, Student Scholarship Committee, 2006
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Midlands, USC Afterschool Tutoring Program Coordinator, 2005
Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chair, Editorial Search Committee, 2005
Allen University, Business and Economic Development Advisory Board Member, 2003- 2006
Dept. of Criminology & Criminal Justice, Chair, Tenure & Promotion Committee, 2002-2003
Academy of Criminal Justices Sciences Publications Committee, 2000-2001
USC Judicial Affairs Committee, 2000-2005
College of Criminal Justice, USC, Committee on Scholastic Standards & Petitions, 1997 - 2001
Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chair, Graduate Student Paper Competition Committee, 2002
College of Criminal, USC, Justice Research Enhancement & Advisory Committee, 1999
USC New Faculty Orientation Representative, 1997-1999
 Alpha Phi Sigma (National Criminal Justice Honor Society), USC Chapter Advisor, 1998 - 2006
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 1998 Program Committee
Southern Criminal Justice Association, Board of Directors, 1997–2000
Southern Criminal Justice Association, Chair, Membership & Recruitment Committee, 1997-1998
Southern Criminal Justice Association, Local Arrangements Committee, 1996

Theses Directed
Seventeen theses directed to date – list available on request.

AWARDS
South Carolina Honors College, Affiliated Faculty, 2002
Alpha Phi Sigma, National Advisor of the Year, National Criminal Justice Honor Society, 2001
Honorary Colonel, Moscow Police Department, 2000
National Gang Crime Research Center, Fredrick Milton Thrasher Award, 1997
Southern Criminal Justice Association, Outstanding Graduate Student, 1995
Drug Policy Foundation, Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award, 1995
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Outstanding Graduate Paper Award, 1994
Southern Criminal Justice Association, Outstanding Graduate Paper Award, 1994
University of Tennessee, Chancellor's Citation for Extraordinary Professional Promise, 1994
American Sociological Association, National Honors Program Participant, 1993
University of Tennessee Department of Sociology, Outstanding Graduate Student, 1993

				
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