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Dr. Kalinich

Dr. David Kalinich
Florida Atlantic University
School of Criminology & Criminal Justice
777 Glades Road
Boca Raton, FL 33431

Telephone: (561) 297-3241
FAX: (561) 297-2438

e-mail: kalinich@fau.edu

Dr. Dave Kalinich joined the FAU community in January of 2002 as Chair of the Criminology/Criminal Justice Department. Dr. Kalinich received his Doctorate Degree in Social Sciences (economics, political science, & criminal justice) from Michigan State University in 1978. His undergraduate studies are in the areas of economics and human relations. Dr. Kalinich served on the criminal justice faculty at Michigan State University for 18 years, as Criminal Justice Department Chair at Northern Michigan University for 6 years. He also served as the criminal justice graduate school coordinator at Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, Michigan for 3 years before accepting the position at FAU. Dr. Kalinich has published a number of books and articles in the field and has an extensive background in planning and providing training programs to criminal justice professionals. He also worked as an adult parole officer for a ten-year period for the State of Ohio prior to his academic career.

Education
  • June 1978 Michigan State University
    East Lansing, MI
    Ph. D., Multidisciplinary Social Science (Criminal Justice)
    Cognate areas: Public Administration & Public Policy, Economics
  • March 1971 Bowling Green State University
    Bowling Green, OH
    M.E.D., Rehabilitation, Counseling
  • June 1961 Miami University
    Oxford, OH
    B.A., Economics
University Experience
  • 1997 – Present Professor, School of Criminal Justice
    (Coordinator, Graduate Program)
    Grand Valley State University
    Allendale, MI
  • 1998 – 1999 Interim Director, School of Criminal Justice
    Grand Valley State University
    Allendale, MI
  • 1991 – 1996 Department Head, Criminal Justice Program
    Northern Michigan University
    Marquette, MI
  • 1990 – 1991 Visiting Professor (Director, Community Programs)
    School of Social Welfare
    University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
  • 1978 – 1990 Professor, School of Criminal Justice
    Michigan State University
    East Lansing, MI
Publications

Books

  • Criminal Justice Organizations: Administration and Management, (2nd Edition) with John Klofas and Stan Stojkovic, West/Wadsworth, 1998.
  • The Administration and Management of Criminal Justice Organizations: A Book of Readings, (3rd Edition) with Stan Stojkovic and John Klofas, Waveland Press, 1998.
  • Behind the Walls, with Paul Embert, Sheffield Press, 1987.
  • Power, Stability and Contraband: The Inmate Economy. Waveland Press, 1986. (Republication of Inmate Economy).
  • Sneaking Inmates Down the Alley: Problems and Prospects of Contemporary Jail Management, co-edited with John Klofas. Charles Thomas, Publisher, 1986.
  • Surviving in Corrections: Guide for Corrections Professionals, co-authored with Terry Pitcher, Charles Thomas Publisher, July, 1983.
  • Principles of County Jail Administration and Management, co-authored with Fred Postill, Charles Thomas Publisher, May, 1981.
  • The Inmate Economy, Lexington Press, August, 1980.

Chapters

Text books

  • Activities and Rehabilitation Programs for Offenders (with Jeff Senese), in Corrections, an Introduction, by Stan Stojkovic and Rick Lovell.
  • American Jails, in Introduction to Corrections, by David Duffee, Macmillan Publishing Co., Fall 1998.
  • Correctional Facilities for Women Offenders, in Introduction to Corrections, by David Duffee, Macmillan Publishing Co., Fall, 1988.

Readers

  • New Rules and Old Rituals; and Overcrowding and the Jail Budget, both in Sneaking Inmates Down the Alley: Problems and Prospects of Contemporary Jail Management. D. Kalinich and J. Klofas, eds., Charles Thomas Publisher, 1986.
  • Mental Health Services for Jail Inmates: Imprecise Standards, Traditional Philosophies, and the Need for Change (with Paul Embert and Jeff Senese), in The American Jails: Need for Change. L. Mays and J. Thompson, eds., Greenwood Press, 1990.
  • Discretion in the Sentencing and Parole Process, in Discretion and the Justice System: A Public Policy Approach. Carl Pinkle, ed., University of Iowa Press, 1985.

Articles

  • With Willie Clack, Transformation: From Apartheid to a Democracy – South African Corrections, ACTA Crimilogica, Dec. 1998.
  • With Stan Stojkovic, Rt.El., Correctional Educational Leadership into the 21st Century: The California Leadership Institute, Federal Probation Quarterly, 1997.
  • With Jeff Senese, A Study of Jail Inmate Misconduct: An Analysis of Rule Violations and Official Processing, in Journal of Crime and Justice, Spring, 1993.
  • With Jeff Senese, Joe Wilson, Arthur O. Evans, Robert Aquirre, Evaluating Jail Reform: Inmate Infractions and Disciplinary Response in a Traditional and a Podular/Direct Supervision Jail, in American Jails, Sept./Oct. 1992.
  • With John Klofas and Stan Stojkovic, The Meaning of Correctional Crowding: Steps Toward an Index of Severity, in Crime and Delinquency, April, 1992.
  • With Rick Lovell, Research Utilization in a Community Corrections Organization, in Criminal Justice Review, Spring, 1992.
  • With Stan Stojkovic and John Klofas, Measuring Overcrowding: Developing a Practical Index for Jail Managers in American Jails. Nov./Dec., 1991.
  • With Jeff Senese, Mental Ill Inmates in the United States: A Study of the Phenomenon of Mental Illness in Local Correctional Settings in The Southern Journal of Criminal Justice, 1990.
  • With Paul Embert and Jeff Senese, Integrating Community Mental Health Services into Local Jails: A Policy Perspective, Policy Studies Review, May, 1988.
  • With Jeff Senese, Police Discretion and the Mentally Disordered in Chicago: A Reconsideration, in Police Studies, February, 1988.
  • With John Klofas and Stan Stojkovic, Toward a Political-Community Theory of Prison Organization, in Journal of Criminal Justice, May/June, 1988.
  • With Stan Stojkovic, Prison Contraband System: Implication’s for Prison Management, in the Journal of Crime and Justice, August, 1987.
  • Criminal Justice Education: It’s Like Coming in During the Middle of a Movie, in The Future of Criminal Justice Education, Criminal Justice Institute, Long Island State University, Spring, 1987.
  • With Stan Stojkovic, The Political Economy of Prisons, in Crime and Justice, Spring, 1987.
  • With Stan Stojkovic, Contraband: The Basis for Legitimate Power in a Prison Social System, in Criminal Justice and Behavior, December, 1985.
  • With Robert Lorinskas and Dennis Banas, Symbolism & Rhetoric: Guardians of Status Quo for the Criminal Justice System in the Criminal Justice Review, August, 1985.
  • With Dennis Banas, System Maintenance and Legitimization: An Historical Illustration of the Impact of National Task Forces and Committees on Corrections, in The Journal of Criminal Justice, January, 1984.
  • With Stan Stojkovic, The Criminal Justice System, in Probation and Parole, by John Smykla, Macmillan Publishing Co., 1984.
  • With John Carr, The Impact of Violent Crime Rates on the Community Members’ Perceptions of Safety from Criminal Victimization, in Police Studies, Vol. 4, No. 3, Fall, 1981.
  • The Prison Environment and the Failure of Rehabilitation, accepted for publication in the Prison Law Monitor.
  • The Future of Prison Management, in Prison Law Monitor, January, 1981.
  • The Impact of Contraband Control on the Prison Environment, in Prison Law Monitor, March, 1981.

Monographs

  • Suicide Prevention in Jails, Lockups and Detention Centers, with Paul Embert, 1987.
  • Local Mental Health and Jail Initiative Training Program for Community Mental Health Staff, with Paul Embert. A Training Manual for the Michigan Department of Mental Health, 1987.
  • Correctional Officer Training Manual with Terry Pitcher, written initially for Saginaw Co., Michigan, used as the basis for jail correctional officer training for the Michigan Department of Corrections.

Book Reviews

  • Fatal Remedies by Sam D. Sieber, New York: Plenum Press, 1981. In the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. Vol. 73, No. 3, Fall, 1982.
  • The Ordering of Justice: A Study of Accused Persons as Dependents in the Criminal Justice Process by Richard V. Ericson and Patricia M. Baranek. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1981. In Contemporary Psychology, Vol. 28, No. 4, 1983.
  • Responding to Crime by Gwynn Nettler. Cincinnati, OH, 1982. In the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology.

Research and Publications in Progress

  • Application of Basic Criminology to Correctional Clients, textbook manuscript presently in progress (first draft completed).
  • Private Security Management and Administration, text book , contract pending with Prentice Hall.
  • Chapter in Turnstile Justice, reader on local jails. Publication submitted
  • Professionalism and Leadership in Corrections.
  • Corrections 2010
Funded Grant Activity
  • National Institute of Corrections. Training Grant, $175,000. 1976.
  • National Institute of Corrections. Jail Consulting Grant, $27,000. 1983.
  • Michigan Department of Mental Health, Training and Research Grant, $20,000. 1988.
  • Michigan Justice Training Council, Training Grant for Mid-level Corrections Administrators, $36,000. 1994-1995.
International Activity
  • Consultant and visitor to Technicon SA (South African University).
  • Presented symposium on professionalism in corrections for the university to corrections personnel, July 1997
  • Speaker at Political Council on correctional reform.
  • Presentations at several meetings with correctional administrators.
  • Visited South African prisons.
  • Presented session to recruits at training academy.
Public Service
  • Certified Trainer for the State of Michigan, Department of Corrections.
  • Member, Upper Michigan Law Enforcement Training Council.
  • Member, Marquette County Law Enforcement Administrators Association.
  • Member, Milwaukee County Police Chief’s Training Council, 1990.
  • Member, Michigan Department of Mental Health Advisory Board to develop training programs for mental health workers in jails, lockups and prisons, 1988.
  • Member, National Institute of Corrections Advisory Board. Training and intervention strategies for suicide prevention in jails and lockups (1985 – 1986).
Training
  • Managing Mentally Ill Offenders for the Hiawatha Community Mental Health Agency, Sioux Saint Marie MI, Oct., 1999, Sponsored by the Alliance for the Mentally Ill (AMNI).
  • Leadership Training for the Michigan Department of Corrections, Muskegon Correctional Facility, Muskegon, MI, Fall 1998.
  • Leadership Training Institute, California Department of Corrections. Six week training for program for Department executives given through California State University, Chico, 1994 – 1999.
  • Managing the Mentally Ill Offender, for the Kalamazoo County Community Mental Health and Law Enforcement personnel, Kalamazoo, MI, fall, 1997 (Sponsored by AMNI).
  • Administered 24 grant funded mid-level management-training seminars for corrections personnel in the Michigan Upper Peninsula region throughout 1994.
  • Managing the Mentally Ill Offender. October, 1993, Detroit, MI.
  • Managing Mentally Disabled Offenders, September, 1993, Detroit, MI.
  • Integrating Managing the Mentally Ill Offender Issues into Michigan Police Academy Curriculum. Presented to members of the Michigan Law Enforcement Training Council. April, 1993, Higgins Lake, MI
  • Corrections in the Year 2010. Presented to the Michigan District Probation Officers Association. April, 1993, Towas, MI.
  • Managing Mentally Disabled Offenders, March, 1993, Kalamazoo, MI.
  • Managing the Mentally Ill Offender. February, 1993, Kalamazoo, MI.
  • Managing Mentally Ill Offenders. October, 1992, Flint, MI.
  • Managing Mentally Ill Offenders. May, 1992, Marquette, MI.
  • Managing Mentally Disabled Offenders. March, 1992, Marquette, MI.
  • Managing Mentally Ill Offenders. November, 1991, East Lansing, MI.
  • Managing Mentally Disabled Offenders. September, 1991, E. Lansing, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. June, 1991, Milwaukee, WI.
  • Research Utilization in Community Corrections Agencies. October, 1990, Milwaukee, WI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails, Lockups and Detention Centers. September, 1990, Milwaukee, WI.
  • Small Jail Management. September, 1990, Milwaukee, WI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails, Lockups, and Detention Centers. April, 1990, East Lansing, MI.
  • Small Jail Management. April, 1990, East Lansing, MI.
  • Drugs and Community Policing. March, 1990, East Lansing, MI.
  • Public Policy and Mentally Ill Jail Inmates. October, 1989, East Lansing, MI.
  • New Jail Administration. May, 1989, East Lansing, MI.
  • Small Jail Management. April, 1989, East Lansing, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails, Lockups, and Holding Facilities. April, 1989, East Lansing, MI.
  • Jail Personnel Training Program: An Orientation to Mental Health Issues in the Jail Environment. Presented for the Michigan Department of Mental Health. March, 1989, East Lansing, MI.
  • Small Jail Management, for the Ionia County Sheriff’s Department. September, 1988, Ionia, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. April, 1988, East Lansing, MI.
  • Management of Small Police Departments. March, 1988, Troy, MI.
  • Ethics in Probation, for the Michigan Judicial Institute. February, 1998, Ann Arbor, MI.
  • Ethics in Probation, for the Michigan Judicial Institute. January, 1998, Holland, MI.
  • Community Mental Health Workers Working in Jails, for the Michigan Department of Mental Health. November, 1987, Higgins Lake, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. May, 1987, Westlake, OH.
  • Police Community Relations. May, 1987, Westlake, OH.
  • Community Mental Health Workers Working in Jails, for the Michigan Department of Mental Health, April, 1987, Higgins Lake, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups, April, 1987, Livonia, MI.
  • Small Jail Management. March, 1987, Livonia, MI.
  • Michigan Constable and Court Officers Association. December, 1986, Lansing, MI.
  • Combined Staff Training in Organizational Development. December, 1986, Genesee County Jail, Flint, MI.
  • Small Jail Management, for Northern Ohio Criminal Justice Academy. October, 1986, Toledo, OH.
  • Command Staff Training and Organizational Development Study. General management consulting regarding the transition from the old to the new jail facility. October, 1986, Genesee County Jail, Flint, MI.
  • Training Community Mental Health Workers to Work in Local Jails. October, 1986, Lansing, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. April, 1986, East Lansing, MI
  • Management of Small Jails and Lockups. March, 1986, Detroit, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. March. 1986, Carbondale, IL.
  • Suicide Prevention in Juvenile Detention Centers. February, 1986, Kalamazoo, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Juvenile Detention Centers. February, 1986, Grand Rapids, MI.
  • Small Jail Management. February, 1986, Troy, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Juvenile Detention Centers, January, 1986, Ann Arbor, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Juvenile Detention Centers. January, 1986, Troy, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. October, 1986, Marquette, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. April, 1985, Lansing, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. December, 1984, Grand Rapids, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. November, 1984, Detroit, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. October, 1984, Milwaukee, WI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. April, 1984, Lansing, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. May, 1984, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL.
  • Developed a training program focusing on jail and lockup suicides including issues of legal liability, policies and procedures, suicide symptoms, preventative measures. Fall, 1983.
  • Training for the jail administrator training program, co-sponsored by the National Institute of Corrections and the School of Criminal Justice. Michigan State University. Implemented with a grant from the National Institute of Corrections. October 1976 to May 1977.
  • Developed training program for jail administrators for the National Institute of Corrections, 1975.
Technical Assistance, Management and Policy Development
  • Managing Mentally Ill Offenders for the Hiawatha Community Mental Health Agency, Sioux Saint Marie MI, Oct., 1999, Sponsored by the Alliance for the Mentally Ill (AMNI).
  • Leadership Training for the Michigan Department of Corrections, Muskegon Correctional Facility, Muskegon, MI, Fall 1998.
  • Leadership Training Institute, California Department of Corrections. Six week training for program for Department executives given through California State University, Chico, 1994 – 1999.
  • Managing the Mentally Ill Offender, for the Kalamazoo County Community Mental Health and Law Enforcement personnel, Kalamazoo, MI, fall, 1997 (Sponsored by AMNI).
  • Administered 24 grant funded mid-level management-training seminars for corrections personnel in the Michigan Upper Peninsula region throughout 1994.
  • Managing the Mentally Ill Offender. October, 1993, Detroit, MI.
  • Managing Mentally Disabled Offenders, September, 1993, Detroit, MI.
  • Integrating Managing the Mentally Ill Offender Issues into Michigan Police Academy Curriculum. Presented to members of the Michigan Law Enforcement Training Council. April, 1993, Higgins Lake, MI
  • Corrections in the Year 2010. Presented to the Michigan District Probation Officers Association. April, 1993, Towas, MI.
  • Managing Mentally Disabled Offenders, March, 1993, Kalamazoo, MI.
  • Managing the Mentally Ill Offender. February, 1993, Kalamazoo, MI.
  • Managing Mentally Ill Offenders. October, 1992, Flint, MI.
  • Managing Mentally Ill Offenders. May, 1992, Marquette, MI.
  • Managing Mentally Disabled Offenders. March, 1992, Marquette, MI.
  • Managing Mentally Ill Offenders. November, 1991, East Lansing, MI.
  • Managing Mentally Disabled Offenders. September, 1991, E. Lansing, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. June, 1991, Milwaukee, WI.
  • Research Utilization in Community Corrections Agencies. October, 1990, Milwaukee, WI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails, Lockups and Detention Centers. September, 1990, Milwaukee, WI.
  • Small Jail Management. September, 1990, Milwaukee, WI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails, Lockups, and Detention Centers. April, 1990, East Lansing, MI.
  • Small Jail Management. April, 1990, East Lansing, MI.
  • Drugs and Community Policing. March, 1990, East Lansing, MI.
  • Public Policy and Mentally Ill Jail Inmates. October, 1989, East Lansing, MI.
  • New Jail Administration. May, 1989, East Lansing, MI.
  • Small Jail Management. April, 1989, East Lansing, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails, Lockups, and Holding Facilities. April, 1989, East Lansing, MI.
  • Jail Personnel Training Program: An Orientation to Mental Health Issues in the Jail Environment. Presented for the Michigan Department of Mental Health. March, 1989, East Lansing, MI.
  • Small Jail Management, for the Ionia County Sheriff’s Department. September, 1988, Ionia, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. April, 1988, East Lansing, MI.
  • Management of Small Police Departments. March, 1988, Troy, MI.
  • Ethics in Probation, for the Michigan Judicial Institute. February, 1998, Ann Arbor, MI.
  • Ethics in Probation, for the Michigan Judicial Institute. January, 1998, Holland, MI.
  • Community Mental Health Workers Working in Jails, for the Michigan Department of Mental Health. November, 1987, Higgins Lake, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. May, 1987, Westlake, OH.
  • Police Community Relations. May, 1987, Westlake, OH.
  • Community Mental Health Workers Working in Jails, for the Michigan Department of Mental Health, April, 1987, Higgins Lake, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups, April, 1987, Livonia, MI.
  • Small Jail Management. March, 1987, Livonia, MI.
  • Michigan Constable and Court Officers Association. December, 1986, Lansing, MI.
  • Combined Staff Training in Organizational Development. December, 1986, Genesee County Jail, Flint, MI.
  • Small Jail Management, for Northern Ohio Criminal Justice Academy. October, 1986, Toledo, OH.
  • Command Staff Training and Organizational Development Study. General management consulting regarding the transition from the old to the new jail facility. October, 1986, Genesee County Jail, Flint, MI.
  • Training Community Mental Health Workers to Work in Local Jails. October, 1986, Lansing, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. April, 1986, East Lansing, MI
  • Management of Small Jails and Lockups. March, 1986, Detroit, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. March. 1986, Carbondale, IL.
  • Suicide Prevention in Juvenile Detention Centers. February, 1986, Kalamazoo, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Juvenile Detention Centers. February, 1986, Grand Rapids, MI.
  • Small Jail Management. February, 1986, Troy, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Juvenile Detention Centers, January, 1986, Ann Arbor, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Juvenile Detention Centers. January, 1986, Troy, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. October, 1986, Marquette, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. April, 1985, Lansing, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. December, 1984, Grand Rapids, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. November, 1984, Detroit, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. October, 1984, Milwaukee, WI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. April, 1984, Lansing, MI.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups. May, 1984, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL.
  • Developed a training program focusing on jail and lockup suicides including issues of legal liability, policies and procedures, suicide symptoms, preventative measures. Fall, 1983.
  • Training for the jail administrator training program, co-sponsored by the National Institute of Corrections and the School of Criminal Justice. Michigan State University. Implemented with a grant from the National Institute of Corrections. October 1976 to May 1977.
  • Developed training program for jail administrators for the National Institute of Corrections, 1975.
Technical Assistance, Civil Litigation
  • Inmate Sexual Assault, Marion County, IL. 1992
  • Wage Increase Dispute, Michigan Correction’s Officer Association, U.S. Michigan Department of Civil Service, Lansing, MI. 1990.
  • Inmate Suicide, Orleans County, MI. 1990
  • Inmate Death, Washington County, MI. 1990
  • Inmate Civil Rights Violation, Ohio Department of Corrections, Cincinnati, OH. 1990.
  • Inmate Suicide, Scott County Jail. Scott County, KY. 1989.
  • Inmate Civil Rights Violation, Ohio Department of Correction, Cincinnati, OH. 1989.
  • Inmate Suicide Attempt, Traverse County Jail. Traverse, MI. 1989.
  • Inmates Civil Rights Violation, Lansing Police Lockup, Lansing, MI. 1989.
  • Inmates Civil Rights Violation, Livingston County Jail, Howell, MI. 1988.
  • Inmates Civil Rights Violation, Washtenaw County Jail, Ann Arbor, MI. 1988.
  • Staffing and Personnel Acquistion, Muskegon County Jail, Muskegon, MI. 1987.
  • Inmate Suicide, Delta County, MI. 1987.
  • Inmate Suicide, Ingham County Jail, Mason, MI. 1986
  • Inmate Assault by Arson, Michigan Department of Corrections, State of Michigan. 1985.
  • Inmate Assault, Michigan Department of Corrections, State of Michigan. 1984.
  • Gender Discrimination in Employment, Wisconsin Department of Correction, State of Wisconsin. 1983.
  • Inmate Suicide, Police Lockup, Grand Rapids, MI. 1983.
  • Inmate Rape and Assault, Livingston County Jail, Howell, MI. 1982.
Papers Presented
  • Professionalism in Corrections, at the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Cincinnati, OH, October, 1997.
  • Innovative Approaches to Distance Learning, (panel discussion), at the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chicago, IL. October, 1993.
  • Bridging the Gap Between Academia and the Practicing Community, (panel discussion), at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Kansas City, MO. March, 1993.
  • Evaluating Jail Climates, at the American Jail Association, Portland, OR. April, 1993.
  • Developing a Scale to Measure Overcrowding, at the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA. November, 1991.
  • Cultural Changes in Third Generation Jail, at the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chicago, IL. 1990.
  • Issues in Jail Management, at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Denver, CO. 1990.
  • Measuring the Effectiveness of Rehabilitation: Can Program Evaluation Work, at the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chicago, IL. 1989
  • A Descriptive Analysis of Mentally Ill Inmates in the Nations Jails: A Secondary Analysis, at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Washington, D.C. March, 1989.
  • Correctional Officer Education Without Purpose: Bonanza, Abdication, or Charade, (panel discussion) with Paul Embert, at the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chicago, IL. October, 1988.
  • Discrimination in the Bail Bond System: A Secondary Analysis of Mentally Ill Jail Inmates, at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Francisco, CA. April, 1988.
  • Jails, Local Politics and Public Administration, at the Illinois Political Science Association, Chicago, IL. November, 1987.
  • The Criminal Justice System in its Environment, at the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chicago, IL. October, 1987.
  • Suicide Prevention in Jails and Lockups, (panel discussion) at the National Jail Association Annual Conference, Tampa, FL. May, 1987.
  • Evaluating the Effectiveness of Jail Training Programs and Cross Role Perceptions Between Jail and Community Mental Health Personnel, with Paul Embert and Jeff Senese, at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, St. Louis, MO. March, 1987.
  • Symbolism and Change in Criminal Justice Organizations, with Robert Lorinskas and Dennis Banas, at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, St. Louis, MO. March, 1987.
  • An Analysis of Citizen/Police Contacts with the Mentally Ill Citizen, with Jeff Senese, at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, St. Louis, MO. March, 1987.
  • Criminal Justice Education: It’s Like Coming in During the Middle of a Movie, at the Long Island State University Symposium on the Future of Criminal Justice Education, Long Island, NY. February, 1987.
  • The Analysis of Unemployment and Crime in Chronically Depressed Cities, with Jeff Senese, at the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chicago, IL. September, 1986.
  • The Application of Political Community Theory to Prisons, the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Orlando, FL. March, 1986.
  • The Impact of Unemployment of the Criminal Justice System, Wisconsin Sociological Association, Oshkosh, WI. October, 1985.
  • The Impact of Symbols on Change in the Criminal Justice System, Midwest Criminal Justice Association, Chicago, IL. October, 1985.
  • New Rules and Old Rituals: The Relevance of Contemporary Jail Management, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Las Vegas, NV. March, 1985.
  • Factors that Affect Inmates Perceptions of Safety, presented at the Midwest Criminal Justice Educators Association, Chicago, IL. November 1984.
  • Contraband: The Basis for Legitimate Power in a Prison Social System, with Stan Stojkovic at the American Society of Criminology, Cincinnati, OH. October, 1984.
  • Symbolism and Hidden Agendas: Intervening Factors in Program Evaluation, with David Duffee, presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, IL. March, 1984.
  • The Impact of Contraband on the Social Bases of Power in Prison, presented with Stan Stojkovic at the Midwest Criminal Justice Educators Association, Chicago, IL. October, 1983.
  • Inmates Perceptions of Jail Programs, Services, and Personal Safety: A Case Study, presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Antonio, TX. March, 1983.
  • Surplus Population and Prison Overcrowding, presented with Dennis Banas at The American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada. November, 1982.
  • Hidden Factors in Program Evaluation, presented with David Duffee at The American Society of Public Administration, Louisville, KY. October, 1982.
  • Correctional Consciousness in Historical Perspective, presented with Dennis Banas at the Midwest Criminal Justice Educators Association, Indianapolis, IN. October, 1982.
  • Avoiding Substantive Change in Criminal Justice: The Manipulation of Political Inputs by Symbolic Rhetoric, presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Louisville, KY. March, 1982.
  • Increasing Legal Responsibility and Decreasing Legal Authority, presented at the Midwestern Criminal Justice Educators Association, St. Louis, MO. October, 1981.
  • An Historical Comparison of Prescriptions for Corrections One Hundred Years Ago and Today: Re-inventing the Flat Tire, presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Philadelphia, PA. March, 1981.
  • The Future of Prison Management, presented at the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chicago, IL. October, 1980.
  • An Economic Analysis of the Illegal Drug Market: The Dilemma of Drug Enforcement Policy, at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Oklahoma City, OK. March, 1980.
  • The Value of Contraband in a Prison Setting, presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Oklahoma City, OK, March, 1980.
  • Management in Spite of Bureaucracy: The Criminal Justice Organizational Dilemma, presented at the Midwest Sociology Society, Milwaukee, WI, April, 1980.
  • Discretion in the Criminal Justice Sentencing and Parole Process, presented at the American Society of Public Administrators, Tucson, AZ, March, 1976.
Professional Activities
  • Member of the Editorial Board for the Prison Journal, appointed Aug. 1999.
  • Chair, Publications Committee, Criminal Justice Section, American Society of Public Administrators, 1990
  • Assistant Editor, Journal of Crime and Justice, 1990 – 1993.
  • President, (past program chair) Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, 1985 - 1988.
  • Member, Program Committee, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.
  • Referee for Justice Quarterly, Journal of Crime and Justice, Journal of Criminal Justice, and Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, Criminology, Corrections Management Quarterly.
  • Editor, Newsletter for the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, 1987/88.
  • Past Member, Committee on the Prevention of Inmate Suicide, The National Institute of Corrections, Boulder, CO.
  • Past Member, Board of Directors, New Way Inn, half-way house for adult offenders, Lansing, MI.
  • Fall 1981, Consultant to state representative Fred Dillingham in drafting legislation to effect a training council to establish and supervise a training program and certification requirements for correctional officers in the State of Michigan.
  • June 1976, Advisor to the Ingham County Jail Offender Treatment and Rehabilitation Programs.
  • April 1977 - May 1978, invited guest lecturer at the Department of Political Science, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, WI.
  • 1975 - present, reviewed published books for scholarly journals. Reviewed manuscripts for textbooks for several publishers.
Professional Associations
  • Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences
  • Academic Chairpersons Association
  • American Correctional Association
  • American Jail Association
  • American Society of Criminology
  • American Society of Public Administration
  • American Society of Political Sciences
  • Midwestern Criminal Justice Association
  • Midwestern Sociological Association
  • Milwaukee County Police Chief’s Training Association
  • Wisconsin Police Chief’s Association
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