Ph.D., Alliant International University. Co-author of “Measuring Practitioner Attitudes Toward Evidence-Based Treatment: A Validation Study” (in press).
Chief, Research and Forecasting Staff, Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. M.A. in International Relations, Yale University. Author of “Illegal Immigration and the Southwest Border District Courts,” Georgetown Immigration Law Journal (Summer, 2008).
Editor, Executive Exchange, National Association of Probation Executives. Previously, Executive Director, Correctional Management Institute of Texas, Sam Houston State University. M.A., Sam Houston State University. Author of “Correctional Leadership: A Return to the Basics” (2008).
Director, Justice System Assessment & Training (J-SAT). M.A., University of Colorado. Author of “The Principles of Effective Interventions” (2004).
Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Counseling and Addiction Studies, University of Detroit Mercy; Clinical Director, Spectrum Human Services Inc. & Affiliated Companies. Ph.D., Wayne State University. Author of “Juvenile Sex Offenders and Sex Offender Legislation: Unintended Consequences,” Federal Probation (Dec. 2008).
Deputy Director of Special Programs, Maryland Division of Parole and Probation. M.A., University of Baltimore. Co-author of “Proactive Community Supervision: A Second Chance for Community Corrections and Supervision,” Perspective (Summer, 2007).
Staff Psychologist, Substance Abuse Treatment Facility and State Prison, Corcoran. Ph.D., Alliant International University. Author of “Conducting Child Custody Evaluations in the Context of Family Violence Allegations: Practical Techniques and Suggestions for Ethical Practice” (September 2009).
Challenges President/CEO, James-Andrews & Associates. M.S., Memphis State University.
Assistant Professor, Department of Government, Angelo State University. Previously, Doctoral Teaching Fellow, College of Criminal Justice, Sam Houston State University. Ph.D., Sam Houston State University. Co-author of “The Effect of Participatory Management on Internal Stress, Overall Job Satisfaction, and Turnover Rate among Federal Probation Officers,” Federal Probation (June 2009).
Research Associate, George Mason University. M.A., George Mason University
Teaching Assistant/Graduate Student, University of Delaware. M.S., University of Louisville.
Director of Research, San Diego County Probation. Ph.D., Brandeis University, New York. Author of “Developmentally Disabled Youth under Community Supervision,” Perspectives (Summer 2007).
Adjunct Professor of Criminal Justice, Angelo State University. Ph.D., Sam Houston State University. Author of “Recruitment Strategies of the PKK,” published in The PKK: A Decades-Old Brutal Marxist-Leninist Separatist Terrorist Organization.(2008).
Assistant Professor, Portland State University. Ph.D., University of Cincinnati. Author of “The Socio-Political Context of Prison Violence and Its Control: A Case Study of Supermax in Illinois,” the Prison Journal 88: 94–122.
Professor, George Mason University. Ph.D., Rutgers University. Co-author of “Do fairness and equity matter? An examination of organizational justice among correctional officers in adult prisons,” Criminal Justice and Behavior, 36, 695–711.
Professor of Justice Administration, University of Louisville. Ph.D., The Ohio State University. Co-author of “Estimating the Impact of Ken-tucky’s Felon Disenfranchisement Policy on 2008 Presidential and Senatorial Elections,” Federal Probation (June 2009).
Social Science Analyst, Statistics Division, Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. Previously, Statistician, Criminal Justice Information Services, Federal Bureau of Investigation. Ph.D. in Political Science, Indiana University. Co-author of “A Comparison of the Effects of the 1978 and 2005 Bankruptcy Reform Legislation on Bankruptcy Filing Rates,” Emory Journal of Bankruptcy Developments, 12 (January 2009) 12–38.
Professor, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH.
Professor, Central Michigan University and Queens University, Belfast, Ireland.