Dr. Richard Lumb, Professor Emeritus and past Chair of the Department of Criminal Justice, has published a new book entitled “Changing the Model of Policing: A Twenty-First Century Solution.” This manuscript addresses the current state of American policing, where strategic planning and collaboration across agencies and stakeholders are key to success.
Department of Criminal Justice Faculty and Staff received awards from the School of Arts and Sciences.
Dr. Andrew Baranauskas and Ms. Kim Huffer received awards from the School of Arts and Sciences.
Dr. MoonSun Kim, Dr. Haci Duru, and Dr. Andrew Baranauskas of the Department of Criminal Justice all recently attended and presented research at the American Society of Criminology annual conference in Atlanta, GA.
Dr. Andrew Baranauskas, Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice, published a piece on the association between racial sentiment and public attitudes toward the belief that immigrants pose a criminal threat.
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Dr. Andrew Baranauskas (Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice) published a piece on the thirteen federal executions that occurred during the Trump Administration and the ways in which the online news media covered these stories.
Andrew Baranauskas’ research on how media influences the way people look at crime was cited on Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.
Dr. Andrew Baranauskas (Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice) published a piece on the ways that various types of media shape public attitudes toward police misconduct.
Criminal Justice Department Faculty and Staff Received Awards for their Accomplishments
An article by Dr. Andrew Baranauskas of the Department of Criminal Justice was mentioned by comedian John Oliver during a recent episode on Crime Reporting.