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Scholar in Residence at the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, 2003.

  • Served in an advisory capacity to: Indiana Youth Law Team 2004 to 2006; Children’s Law Center of Indiana, 2002 to 2004; Indiana State Representative Win Moses – Criminal Justice Issues, 1999-2002; Indiana Attorney General Jeffrey Modisett – Middle Tier Prison Systems, 1998; Indiana Department of Correction – Aftercare Programming for Youth, 1997-1998; Big Sisters of Indiana – Working with At-Risk Youth, 1997.

  • Conference Co-Director, (with Roger Jarjoura) of the Annual Statewide Conference for Juvenile Aftercare Providers in Indiana, Troy Armstrong, PhD – Keynote Speaker, 1997.

  • Volunteer at the Indianapolis Juvenile Correctional Facility, 1997to 1999.

  • Volunteer at the Plainfield Juvenile Correctional Facility, 1997 to 1999.

  • Mentor Supervisor for the AIM (Aftercare through IUPUI Mentoring) Program. The AIM Program is a mentoring program which assigns college students to work one-on-one with youth being released from the Plainfield Juvenile Correctional Facility. Duties included: development of program mission and goals, mentor recruitment, training, and program evaluation, 1996-1998.

    Regional

    • Developed a training seminar and a 90 page resource guide for the Hispanic Center’s Latino Youth Ambassador Program, focusing on educating youth ambassadors and Hispanics in Central Indiana about the Criminal Justice System, 2000.

    • Volunteer at the Coburn Place, transitional housing for victims of domestic violence, 1998-1999.

    • Youth as Resources community volunteer and project head, 1998 to 1999.

    • Also served as an advisor to the Institute for Forensic Imaging, 1998-present; Hamilton County Probation Department’s Transition and Placement Prevention Program, 2001; Hamilton County Community Corrections, 1999-2001; Indianapolis Public Safety Cultural Liaison, 1999-2000; Youth as Resources of Central Indiana, 1998-2000; and Bicycle Action Fund, Indianapolis – Capturing Funding, 1998.

    GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND AWARDS

    Grants & Research Contracts

    Member of the first cohort of Faculty Liaisons for Service Learning, $4,000, (2008-2011).

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, A Comprehensive Review of Murder Sentencing in Indiana, Sole investigator on contract, $18,792, 2004-2005.

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, Evaluation of Community Consultants Working for the Governor’s Commission for a Drug Free Indiana, co-investigator, $27,000, 2003.

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, Murder Sentencing Study, Sole investigator on contract, $37,815, 2003-2004.

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, Indiana’s Gender-Relevant Programming Initiative: 2002 SAC Evaluation Partnership Grant (with Mary Ziemba Davis and Nicole Kincaid), $25,000, 2002.

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, Survey of School Safety Administrators in Indiana, Co-investigator (with Herb Blitzer), $45,000, 2000 to 2001.

    Institute for Forensic Imaging, New Tools for School Surveillance—National Survey, Co-investigator $26,000, 1999 to 2001.

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, Statewide Database for Juvenile Offending in Indiana, co-principal investigator (with Roger Jarjoura) $19,000, 1998.

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, Evaluation of the AIM program, co-investigator (with Roger Jarjoura) $20,000, 1997-1998.

    National Institute of Justice, Measuring Probation and Parole Effectiveness Using Alternative Outcome Measures, principal investigator, $21,000, 1995-1996.

    Fellowships

    Gateway Scholar’s Program, selected by Office of Professional Development and Center for Teaching and Learning, IUPUI, $5,000, 2005.

    Teaching Awards

    “Course of the Year Award,” selected by Indiana’s Council on Continuing

    Education—awarded to Crystal Garcia and Roger Jarjoura, 2008.

    “Trustees Teaching Award,” selected by peer committee, Indiana University, 2008.

    “Trustees Teaching Award,” selected by peer committee, Indiana University, 2007.

    “Trustees Teaching Award,” selected by peer committee, Indiana University, 2006.

    “Favorite Professor” selected by student athletes, Indiana University, 2006.

    “Trustees Teaching Award,” selected by peer committee, Indiana University, 2005.

    “Trustees Teaching Award,” selected by peer committee, Indiana University, 2002.

    “Intercollegiate Athletics’ Excellence in Teaching Award,” selected by student athletes, IUPUI, 2001.

    “Teaching Excellence Recognition Award,” selected by peer committee, Indiana University, 2000.

    “Teaching Excellence Recognition Award,” selected by peer committee, Indiana University, 1999.

    “Intercollegiate Athletics’ Excellence in Teaching Award,” selected by student athletes, IUPUI, 1998.

    “Outstanding Teaching Assistant,” University of California, Irvine, 1994.

    “Outstanding Teaching Assistant,” University of California, Irvine, 1993.

    PUBLICATIONS

    Peer Reviewed Journals

    Garcia, Crystal A. and Jodi Lane (forthcoming). What a girls wants; what a girl needs: Findings from a gender-relevant focus group study. Crime and Delinquency.

    Garcia, Crystal A. (2004). Realistic Expectations: Constructing a Mission-Based Evaluation Model for Community Corrections, Criminal Justice Policy Review, 15:3, 251-269.

    Garcia, Crystal A. (2003). Digital Photographic Evidence and the Adjudication of Domestic Violence Cases, Journal of Criminal Justice, 31:6, 579-587.

    Garcia, Crystal A. (2003). School Safety Technology in America: Current Use and Perceived Effectiveness, Criminal Justice Policy Review, 14:1, 30-54.

    Garcia, Crystal A. (2000). Using Palmer’s Global Approach to Evaluate ISP: Implications for Practice, Corrections Management Quarterly, (4)4:460-469

    Law Review

    Garcia, Crystal A., Sheila S. Kennedy and Barbara Lawrence. (2003). Picturing Powerlessness: Digital Photography, Domestic Violence and the Fight over Victim Autonomy. Hamline Journal of Public Law & Policy, 25:1, 1-19.

    Garcia, Crystal A. and Sheila S. Kennedy. (2003). Back to School: Technology, School Safety and the Disappearing Fourth Amendment, Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy. Winter, 273-288.

    Expert Reviewed Journal

    Blitzer, Herb, Garcia, Crystal A. and Amy Leitch. (2000). A Picture Says it All. Law Enforcement Technology. June.

    Manuscripts Completed

    Garcia, Crystal A. and Jodi Lane (2008).Looking in the Rear View Mirror: What Incarcerated Women Think Girls Need from the System.

    Manuscripts in Preparation

    Garcia, Crystal A. and Jodi Lane (2009). Tales from the field: Frontline workers speak about the needs of girls in the juvenile justice system.

    Technical Publications and Consulting Reports

    Brown, Robert, Garcia, Crystal, Newby, William, Nunn, Samuel & Thelin, Rachel. (2007). Analysis of Victim Services Programs Administered by the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute: Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Grant Awards, 2005 and 2006. Submitted to the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute.

    Kennedy, Sheila Suess and Garcia, Crystal A. (2006). Research Report and Preliminary Recommendations: Ex-Offender Transitional Employment Project. Submitted to Workforce, Inc.

    Brown, Robert, Garcia, Crystal, Newby, William & Nunn, Samuel. (2006). Analysis of Domestic Violence Programs Administered by the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute: STOP Grant Awards, 2005 and 2006. Submitted to the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute.

    Quinet, Kenna, Jarjoura, Roger, Brown, Robert, Stucky, Tom, Nunn, Samuel, Newby, William & Garcia, Crystal. (March 2006). Performance Metrics for ICJI, Center for Urban Policy. Submitted to the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute.

    Ziemba-Davis, Mary, Myers, Brent L. & Garcia, Crystal A. (2004). Indiana State Report – The Social Ecology of Murder in Indiana. Submitted to Governor Joe Kernan.

    Ziemba-Davis, Mary, Garcia, Crystal A., Kincaid, Nicole L., Gullans, Katalina, & Myers, Brent L. (2004). Indiana State Report – What About Girls in Indiana’s Juvenile Justice System? Submitted to Governor Joe Kernan.

    Garcia, Crystal A. (2004) Girls, Women, and Front-line Workers Speak: Findings from Indiana’s Gender-Relevant Focus Group Study, Final Report to the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute.

    Sapp, Dona and Crystal A. Garcia. Perceptions of Services Provided to Local Coordinating Councils by Regional Community Consultants. Final Report to the Governor’s Commission for a Drug-Free Indiana, a division of the Indiana Criminal justice Institute, September 2003.

    Blitzer, Herbert, Michael Bone, Frank Bowman, Crystal Garcia, Jeffrey Huang, Jack Jacobia, James Kidd, William Lin, Jose Ramos, Jack Rubak, Leigha Stroud, and Suzali Suyut. Surveillance Tools for Safer Schools. Final Report to the National Institute of Justice, award #1999-LT-VX-K011, January 2002.

    Garcia, Crystal A. Measuring the Use of Safety Technology in American Schools: A National Survey of School Safety Administrators. Final report to the Institute of Forensic Imaging and the National Institute of Justice, Spring 2001.

    Garcia, Crystal A. and Kenneth G. Adams. Survey of School Safety Administrators in Indiana. Progress report to the Institute for Forensic Imaging, December, 2000.

    Garcia, Crystal A. and Kenneth G. Adams. Measuring the Use of Surveillance Technology in American Schools. Progress report to the Institute for Forensic Imaging, October 2000.

    Garcia, Crystal A. The Impact of Photographic Evidence on Domestic Violence Case Processing. Final Report to the Institute for Forensic Imaging, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN. September,1999.

    Garcia, Crystal A. Measuring Probation and Parole Effectiveness Using Alternative Outcome Measures. Final report to the National Institute of Justice, Washington, D.C. January,1997.

    Garcia, Crystal A. Suggestions for Performance Measures. Final report to San Diego County Probation Department, San Diego, CA, March, 1995.

    Garcia, Crystal A. Analysis of the Client Priority Survey. Final Report to the Board of Directors of the Orange County Legal Aid Society, Santa Ana, CA, 1993.

    Presentations at Meetings and Conferences

    Invited Speaker.(May 22, 2008) Discussant at screening of the documentary, At the Death House Door, sponsored by the Indiana Coalition Acting to Suspend Executions & IU School of Law.

    Barton, William H., Jarjoura, G. Roger and Garcia, Crystal A. (2008) Controlling the Front Door of Juvenile Detention: The Role of an Objective Screening Instrument in Reducing One Site’s Over-use of Secure Detention. Presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, St. Louis, MO.

    Garcia, Crystal A. and Lane, Jodi (2008). Tales from the field: Frontline workers speak about the needs of girls in the juvenile justice system. Presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, St. Louis, MO.

    Singh, Jacqueline, Garcia, Crystal, Watkins, Ashley and Celita Duncan (2008). Academic-Work-Linkages—Impacting Student Success. E.C. Moore Symposium, IUPUI

    Garcia, Crystal A. and Jodi Lane.Looking in the Rear View Mirror: What Incarcerated Women Think Girls Need from the System. To be presented the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA, November, 2007.

    Garcia, Crystal A. Assessing Assessment: A Personal Journey. Invited Speaker at Student Awareness + Faculty Energy= First-Year Success. IUPUI Fall, 2007.

    Garcia, Crystal. They Know What They Need? Faculty of Color Research Colloquium, IUPUI, Spring 2007.

    Garcia, Crystal A. Assessment and High Expectations. IUPUI’s Annual Gateway Scholar’s Summer Institute, Invited Speaker, July 2006.

    Garcia, Crystal A. Gateway Scholars’ Program: Best Practices—Providing Prompt Feedback. E.C. Moore Symposium on Teaching Excellence, February 2006.

    Garcia, Crystal A, Ziemba-Davis, Mary, and Nicole L. Kincaid. The State of Gender-Relevant Programming in Indiana. Presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Denver, CO, November, 2003.

    Ziemba-Davis, Mary, Garcia, Crystal A., Kincaid, Nicole L., Gullans, Katalina, and Brent L. Myers. Serving Girls in Indiana: Identifying Unique Service Needs & Enhancing Evaluation Capacity. Presented at the National Institute of Justice’s Annual Research Conference, Washington, DC, July, 2003.

    Garcia, Crystal A., Harlow, Karen, and Jodi Lane. Predicting Perceived Risk and Behavioral Changes: The Importance of Neighborhood Indicators. Presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, IL November, 2002.

    Garcia, Crystal A. Digital Photographic Evidence and the Adjudication of Domestic Violence Cases, Presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA November, 2001.

    Garcia, Crystal A. Alternatives to the War on Drugs. Presentation made to Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis’ Study Action Issue Committee, December, 2000.

    Garcia, Crystal A. and Kenneth G. Adams. Measuring the Use of Surveillance Technology in American Schools. Presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA November, 2000.

    Garcia, Crystal A. Educating Hispanics in Central Indiana About the Criminal Justice System. Presentation to the Latino Ambassador Program at Hispanic Center, Indianapolis, IN, August, 2000.

    Garcia, Crystal A. The Impact of Photographic Evidence on Domestic Violence Case Processing: Final Results. Final Domestic Violence Conference and Press Conference, September, 1999.

    Garcia, Crystal A., Blitzer, Herb, and Amy Leitch July 1999. Enhanced Investigations of Domestic Violence Incidents. Presented at the annual meetings of the International Association of Identification, Milwaukee, WI, July 1999.

    Garcia, Crystal. Service Learning Through Reaching Out. Presented at SPEA’s Board of Visitors Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 1999.

    Garcia, Crystal. Closing the Deal: Negotiating Tips for the New Academic. Presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C., November, 1998.

    Garcia, Crystal A. and Karen Harlow. Poverty, Crime, and Neighborhood: Mediation Quality of Life for Elders. Presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Philadelphia, PA., November, 1998.

    Garcia, Crystal. Service Learning: Bringing the Community into the Classroom. Presented at the SPEA Academic Council, Bloomington, IN, September, 1998.

    Garcia, Crystal. Investing in Prevention: Cost Savings and Social Benefits of Front-Door Programming. Presented at the annual conference of the Association of Indiana Counties, South Bend, IN, September, 1998.

    Garcia, Crystal. Enhancing Domestic Violence Investigations: Preliminary Findings. Presented at the Domestic Violence Conference at IFI, Indianapolis, IN, July, 1998.

    Garcia, Crystal A., Karen Harlow, and Jodi Lane. Aging and Fear of Crime: Community and Individual Markers for Perceived Vulnerability and Behavioral Change. Presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Columbus, OH, November, 1997.

    Garcia, Crystal A. and G. Roger Jarjoura. Linking the University, Government Agencies, Community Organizations, and Private Industry to Provide Aftercare for High-Risk Youth. Presented at annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Diego, CA, November, 1997.

    Garcia, Crystal A. Suggestions for Performance Measures: Justifying Probation’s Projected Budget. Presented to the Departmental Budgetary Committee Meetings, San Diego, CA, April, 1995.

    Garcia, Crystal A. and James W. Meeker. Determining Legal Aid Priorities: An Empirical Assessment. Presented at Annual Meeting of the Law & Society Meetings, Chicago, IL, May 1993.

    MEDIA

    Radio Interview. Increase in Bloomington Crime rates. WFHB Radio.December 2007.

    Magazine Citation. Law and Order: Criminal Justice at SPEA SPEA Magazine. Volume 1, Number 2, Spring 2005.

    Newspaper Citation. Schools try to balance security, comfort. St. Cloud Times, Minnesota. October 09, 2003.

    Newspaper Citation. A vivid image makes the case: Digital cameras aid police, prosecutors. The Record, Bergen County, New Jersey. April 20, 2003.

    On Line Citation. Video Cameras are Most Effective Security Measures. eSchool News Online. September 1, 2001.

    Radio Interview. School Security Survey. WIFU. August 10 & 13, 2001.

    Radio Citation. School Security Survey. WIBC. August 13, 2001.

    Newspaper Citation. Survey Finds Vigilant Students, Cameras best Help with Maintaining School Security. The Times, Lake County, Indiana. August 7, 2001.

    Associated Press Citation. Survey Finds Vigilant Students, Cameras Best Help With School Security. Associated Press Wire Service. August 6, 2001. (Picked up by more than at least 37 papers across the country).

    Newspaper Citation. Feature Article. Security Steps Mostly Ineffective, Study Says. Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis, Indiana. August 6, 2001.

    Newspaper Citation. Making Schools Safer: Forensic Imaging to Study School Security Systems. IUPUI Campuscape, Volume 29, Number 4, November 4, 1999.

    Newspaper Citation. Feature Article. Taking Technology to the Streets. The Indiana Lawyer. October 13-26, 1999.

    Magazine Citation. Youth as Resources. New Designs for Youth Development, Volume 15, Number 3, 1999.

    Newspaper Citation. Neighborhood Watch. Camera Getting Results in Domestic Abuse Cases.Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis, Indiana. October 4, 1999.

    Television Appearance. Press Conference. Release of Findings for Domestic Violence/ Digital Camera Project, CBS News local affiliate, Indianapolis, IN. September 28, 1999.

    Magazine Citation. IUPUI ‘Reaching Out.’ IUPUI Partnerships, Indianapolis, Summer 1999.

    Newspaper Citation. Offering a Hand: Program Helps Youngsters Become Community Assets. Campuscape, Indianapolis, Volume 29, Number 1, August, 1999.

    Television Appearance. Indiana Cross-fire. Moderated by Martha Weaver, ABC News local affiliate, Indianapolis, IN. December 11, 1998.

    Television Appearance. Press Conference. The Reaching Out Program at Eagle Creek Park, NBC and CBS News local affiliates, Indianapolis, IN. December 8, 1998.

    Newspaper Citation. Mentors Extend a Helpful Hand to Troubled Youth. The IUPUI Sagamore, Volume 27, Issue 12, October, 27, 1997.

    1 VITA

    NAME

    Jarjoura, G. Roger

    CONTACT INFORMATION

    School of Public and Environmental Affairs

    Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

    801 W. Michigan Street, Room 4066

    Indianapolis, Indiana 46202-5152

    (317) 278-2270

    (317) 274-7860 (fax)

    rjarjour@iupui.edu

    EDUCATION

    B.A., University of Maryland, Criminology, 1983

    M.A., University of Maryland, Criminology, 1987

    Ph.D., University of Maryland, Criminology, 1990

    Dissertation: Employment Status, School Status, and Criminal Activity in a Large-scale National

    Probability Sample

    ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

    Indiana University, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Associate Professor, 1998 to present

    Indiana University, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Assistant Professor, 1993-1998

    Northeastern University, College of Criminal Justice, Assistant Professor, 1990-1993

    OTHER APPOINTMENTS AND PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANTSHIPS

    University College Faculty, IUPUI, 2003 to present

    Executive Director, Aftercare for Indiana through Mentoring, 1996 to present

    Youth Counselor, Youth Resources Center, Inc., Hyattsville, Maryland, 1982-1990

    Managing Editor, Criminology, 1987-1990

    Instructor, Institute of Criminal Justice and Criminology, University of Maryland, 1989

    Research Associate, University of Maryland, 1986-1990

    Research Assistant, Federal Bureau of Prisons, 1985-1987

    PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

    American Society of Criminology

    Member, Student Affairs Committee, 1994-1995

    Member, Program Committee, 1995-1996, 1996-1997, 1997-1998, 2003-2004, 2005-2006

    Chair, Membership Committee, 2002-2003, 2003-2004, 2004-2005, 2005-2006, 2006-2007

    Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences

    Member, Ad Hoc Committee on Professional Conduct, 1996

    American Correctional Association

    Indiana Correctional Association

    HONORS

    Robert B. Sheehan Excellence in Teaching Award, voted on by graduating criminal justice seniors, Northeastern University, 1993.

    Teaching Excellence Recognition Award, selected by peer review committee, IUPUI, 1997.

    Mayor’s Volunteer Partnership Award, City of Indianapolis, November 1997.

    Volunteer of the Year, Indiana Correctional Association, October 1998.

    WRTV Leadership Award, July 2000.

    Brian Douglas Hiltunen Faculty Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Scholarship of Engagement,

    Indiana Campus Compact, April 2001.

    Trustees Teaching Award, Indiana University, 2002.

    Trustees Teaching Award, Indiana University, 2004.

    Alvin S. Bynum Mentor Award, IUPUI, 2006.

    TEACHING ASSIGNMENTS

    J101, American Criminal Justice System

    J202, Criminal Justice Data, Methods, and Resources

    J305, Juvenile Justice System

    J370, Juvenile Justice II

    J470, Mentoring Juveniles as a Form of Aftercare

    J470, Inside-Out Prison Exchange

    U110, Spotlight on Public and Environmental Affairs

    V100, SPEA Learning Community

    V562, Public Program Evaluation

    V587, Crime Prevention and Control

    V682, Seminar in Criminal Justice Planning and Management Issues

    V582, Criminal Justice Systems

    V506, Statistical Analysis for Public Affairs

    V507, Data Analysis and Modeling for Public Affairs

    V509, Administrative Ethics in the Public Sector

    SERVICE

    University Committees

    Member, SPEA System-wide Graduate Policy Committee, 1994-1998

    Member and Affirmative Action Advocate, Criminal Justice Search Committee,

    IUPUI campus, 1994-1995, 1995-1996

    Member, Criminal Justice Search Committee, South Bend Campus, 1996-1997

    Member, SPEA Undergraduate Policy Committee, IUPUI campus, 1996-1998

    Member, SPEA Technology Committee, IUPUI campus, 1996-2000

    Member, Advisory Committee on the Role of Service Learning in University College, IUPUI, 1997-1999

    Member, SPEA MPA Admissions Committee, IUPUI campus, 1997-2002

    Member, Criminal Justice Search Committee, IUPUI campus, 1997-1998, 2003-2004

    Member, BSCJ Review Committee, IUPUI campus, 1998

    Member, SPEA Strategic Directions Committee, system-wide, 1998-1999

    Member, SPEA Tenure and Promotion Committee, IUPUI, 2003-2005

    Member, SPEA System-wide Policy Committee, 1998-1999, 2002-2003, 2003-2004

    Chair, Criminal Justice Search Committee, IUPUI campus, 1998-1999

    Member, Nina Scholars Advisory Council, IUPUI, 2001 to present

    Member, Center for Service and Learning Search Committee, IUPUI, 2004

    Member, University College APPC Committee, IUPUI, 2005-2008

    Member, University College Curriculum Committee, IUPUI, 2006-2007

    Member, Review Committee for Dean Merget, system-wide, 2005-2006

    Chair, Criminal Justice Search Committee, IUPUI campus, 2007-2008

    Member, IUPUI Graduate Affairs Committee, 2007-2008

    Public Service

    • Executive Director, AIM, an aftercare program in partnership with Indiana Department of Correction which includes an 8-week life skills component prior to release and the assignment of college students and community volunteers as mentors after release--program was designed as a randomized experiment for the purposes of evaluation and has expanded to a statewide effort serving 800 juvenile offenders each year

    • Participation in national Kellogg Foundation project on the documentation of professional service as scholarship

    • Developed training curriculum for mentors of children of prisoners. Provided training for programs in Indiana and Wisconsin.

    • Served as member of core team for Correctional Practices Assessment Inventory (CPAI) evaluation of juvenile correctional facilities throughout Indiana.

    • Member of Steering Committee for Indiana Offender Reintegration Project.

    • Member of Steering Committee for Indianapolis site of Multi-City Prisoner Reentry Volunteer Initiative.

    • Developed pilot effort to provide mentors to middle-school youths that are in court for truancy—with dramatic differences between the outcomes for those who are mentored and those who are not, the project has now been implemented at a larger scale covering all IPS schools.

    • Provided technical assistance and training for mentoring programs in Virginia, Arkansas, Illinois, Arizona, Oregon, California, and Pennsylvania.

    PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

    Served as peer reviewer for:

    Criminal Justice Review

    Criminology

    International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice

    Journal of Quantitative Criminology

    Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency

    Journal of Mathematical Sociology

    Policing

    Sociological Inquiry

    Violence and Victims

    GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND AWARDS

    Gardiner Howland Shaw Foundation, An Evaluation of the 'Changing Lives Through Literature' Program, April 1 to September 30, 1993, $6,000.

    City of Indianapolis, Department of Public Safety, Jail Overcrowding in Marion County, May 1, 1994 to May 30, 1995, $20,000.

    Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, Assistance to the Indiana Department of Corrections on Behalf of the Sentencing Policy Evaluation Committee, July 1 to December 31, 1996, $85,000.

    IUPUI Research Venture Award, Funding to Launch Criminal Justice Research Component at the Center for Urban Policy and the Environment, January 1 to December 31, 1996, $50,000.

    IUPUI Office of Service Learning, Service Learning Course Development Stipend, 1995-1996, $1,000.

    Indiana Campus Compact, Scholarship of Engagement Mini-Grant, 1997-1998, $2,000.

    Inland Foundation, Leadership Grant, 1997-1999, $24,400.

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, Statewide Database for Juvenile Offending in Indiana, 1995, 1998-1999, $15,000.

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, The AIM Program: Mentoring as a Form of Juvenile Aftercare, 1998-1999, $20,000.

    IUPUI Center for Public Service and Leadership, Service Learning Course Development Stipend, 1998, $1,500.

    Indiana Campus Compact, Service Learning Faculty Fellowship, 1998-1999, $4,000.

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, Statewide Database for Juvenile Offending in Indiana, 1995, 1999-

    2000, $35,300.

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, The AIM Program: Mentoring as a Form of Juvenile Aftercare, 1999-2000, $40,000.

    Indiana Department of Correction, The AIM Program, 1999-2000, $98,286.

    St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, The AIM Program, 1999-2000, $10,775.

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, Statewide Database for Juvenile Offending in Indiana, 1995, April 2000 - September 2000, $4,282.

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, The AIM Program: Mentoring as a Form of Juvenile Aftercare, April 2000 - March 2001, $35,600.

    Indiana Commission on Community Service and Volunteerism, Indiana Mentor Corps, September 2000 - August 2001, $243,370.

    Indianapolis Foundation, Aftercare by IUPUI through Mentoring (AIM), $5,000.

    Indiana Department of Correction, Juvenile Mentoring Services, January 2001 - December 2001, $402,535.

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, The AIM Program: Mentoring as a Form of Juvenile Aftercare, April 2001 - March 2002, $23,735.

    Indiana Commission on Community Service and Volunteerism, Indiana Mentor Corps, September 2001 - August 2002, $242,888.

    Indiana Department of Correction, Juvenile Mentoring Services, January 2002 - December 2002, $402,535.

    Indianapolis Foundation, Aftercare by IUPUI through Mentoring (AIM), June 2002 – May 2003, $21,700.

    Indiana Commission on Community Service and Volunteerism, Indiana Mentor Corps, September 2002 - August 2003, $248,000.

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, The AIM Program: Mentoring as a Form of Juvenile Aftercare, April 2003 - March 2004, $5,276.

    Indiana Department of Correction, Juvenile Mentoring Services, January 2003 - December 2003, $477,535.

    Indiana Commission on Community Service and Volunteerism, Indiana AmeriCorps Promise Fellows, July 2003 - June 2004, $69,000.

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, The AIM Program: Mentoring as a Form of Juvenile Aftercare, October 2003 – December 2003, $75,000.

    Indiana Commission on Community Service and Volunteerism, Indiana Mentor Corps, September 2003 - August 2004, $175,000.

    Indiana Department of Correction, Juvenile Mentoring Services, January 2004 – September 2005, $875,000.

    Evaluation of The Boys & Girls Clubs Of America Targeted Re-Entry Approach (with Bill Barton, IU School of Social Work), January 2004-December 2006, $450,000.

    Indiana Commission on Community Service and Volunteerism, Indiana AmeriCorps Promise Fellows, January 2004 - December 2004, $69,000.

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, The AIM Program: Mentoring as a Form of Juvenile Aftercare, October 2004 – December 2004, $26,484.

    Indiana Commission on Community Service and Volunteerism, Indiana Mentor Corps, September 2004 - August 2005, $373,984.

    Indiana Commission on Community Service and Volunteerism, Indiana Mentor Corps, September 2005 - August 2006, $309,498.

    Indiana Department of Correction, Juvenile Mentoring Services, October 2005 – September 2009, $2,000,000.

    Techpoint Foundation (with matching funds from Barnes and Thornburg, LLP), Truancy Program Learning Lab, November 2005-October 2006, $10,000.

    Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, Indiana Mentor Corps, September 2006 - August 2007, $239,952.

    Corporation for National and Community Service, Training and Supervision Grant, May 2006 – April 2007, $60,000.

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, Restorative Empowerment Project for Adolescents through Reintegration (REPAIR), October 2006 – September 2007, $16,800.

    Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Training and Technical Assistance Program for Mentoring Initiative System-Involved Youth, October 2006 – September 2008.

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, Midwest Institute on Mentoring, October 2006 – September 2007, $44,000.

    Marion County Superior Court, Marion County Community Transition Project, November 2006 to October 2008, $200,000.

    Boys and Girls Clubs of America, Evaluation of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America Targeted Re-Entry Approach, January 2007 – December 2007, $149,999.

    Marion County Justice Agency Juvenile Detention Alternatives Data Analysis Project, January 2007 – December 2007, $46,700.

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, Indiana Restorative Reentry Initiative, January 2008 – December 2008, $65,000.

    Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, AIM Juvenile Reentry Training Institute: Building Reentry Capacity for Indiana Communities, January 2008 – September 2008, $50,330.



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