Sue Carter Collins
Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, Georgia State University. Previously, Senior Police Legal Advisor/Assistant City Attorney, Tallahassee, Florida. J.D., Florida State University; Ph.D., Florida State University. Author of “Sexual Harassment and Police Discipline: Who’s Policing the Police?” Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 27 (4).
Laurence Armand French
Senior Research Associate, JusticeWorks, University of New Hampshire. Previously, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, Western New Mexico University. Ph.D. in Sociology from University of New Hampshire–Durham; Ph.D. in Psychology from University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Author of Native American Justice (2003).
Ralph Kirkland Gable
Professor Emeritus, California Lutheran University. Previously, Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School. J.D., Harvard Law School; Ph.D., City University of Los Angeles. Author of “Some Thoughts on Threats, Free Speech and Case Management,” Behavioral Science and the Secret Service (1981).
Robert S. Gable
Professor Emeritus, Claremont Graduate University. Ph.D., Brandeis University. Author of “Acute Lethal Toxicity of Abused Psychoactive Substances,” Addiction, 2004, 99.
Assistant Professor, University of Akron. Ph.D., University of Cincinnati. Author of “Appropriateness of Service: Examining the Case Classification Principle” (under review).
Senior Researcher, Social Science Research Specialist, Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction. Previously, Assistant Professor, Center for the Study of Crime, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Ph.D., University of Cincinnati. Author of “Determinates of Inmates’ Perceptions of the Purpose of Juvenile Corrections and the Placement of Young Adult Offenders in Adult Prison.” Ohio Corrections Research Compendium (2004).
President, John Rakis and Associates, Brooklyn, NY. M.P.A., Harvard University. Author of “Helping Offenders Accept Personal Responsibility: Strategies for Controlling Criminal Behavior,” in Negotiating Responsibility in the Criminal Justice System, ed. J. Kamerman, Southern Illinois Univ. Press (1998).
Michael Eric Siegel
Senior Training Specialist, Federal Judicial Center. Previously, Assistant Dean/Faculty Development, the University of Maryland. Ph.D., Tufts University. Author of “Probation and Pretrial Chiefs Can Learn from the Leadership Styles of American Presidents” (June 2000).
Kimberly Gentry Sperber
Research and Programming, CQI Manager, Talbert House. Previously, Project Consultant (contract position), Abt Associates. Ph.D., University of Cincinnati. Author of “Putting an Outcomes-Based Quality Improvement Process in Place” (2004).
Professor, Department of Justice Administration, University of Louisville, KY. Ph.D., The Ohio State University. Author (with Christopher Hensley) of Sexual Deviance and (with Elizabeth Ehrhardt Mustaine) of Controversies in Criminal Justice Research (both 2003).
President, John Jay College School of Justice. Previously, Senior Fellow of the Urban Institute; Director, National Institute of Justice. Co-author of From Prison to Home: The Dimensions and Consequences of Prisoner Reentry (2001, The Urban Institute); co-editor of Prisoners Once Removed: The Impact of Incarceration and Reentry on Children, Families, and Communities (2003, Urban Institute Press).
REVIEWERS OF PERIODICALS
Supervising U.S. Probation Officer, Central District of California.
Professor of Criminal Justice, California State University, Long Beach.
Staff Counsel for the Bell/Lampasas Counties Community Supervision and Corrections Department in Belton, Texas.