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Books

May, David C. and G. Roger Jarjoura (2005). Illegal guns in the wrong hands: Patterns of gun acquisition and use among serious juvenile delinquents. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Publications in Refereed Journals

Jarjoura, G. R. (2006). Preface to special issue on prisoner reentry. Western Criminology Review, 7, 1-2.

Jarjoura, G. Roger, Ruth A. Triplett, and Gregory P. Brinker. (2002). Growing Up Poor: Examining the Link Between Persistent Childhood Poverty and Delinquency. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 18:159-188.

Jarjoura, G. Roger, and David C. May. (2000). Integrating Criminological Theories to Explain Violent Forms of Delinquency. Caribbean Journal of Criminology and Social Psychology, 5:81-102.

Jarjoura, G. Roger, and Susan T. Krumholz. (1998). Combining bibliotherapy and positive role modeling as an alternative to incarceration. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 28:127-139.

Jarjoura, G. Roger, and Ruth A. Triplett. (1997). Delinquency and class: A test of the proximity principle. Justice Quarterly, 14:763-792.

Barton, William H., Marie Watkins, and G. Roger Jarjoura. (1997). Youth and communities: Towards comprehensive strategies for youth development. Social Work, 42:483-493.

Reprinted in P.L. Ewalt, E.M. Freeman, and D.L. Poole (eds.) Community Building: Renewal, Well-Being, and Shared Responsibility, Washington, DC: NASW Press,

1998.

Cullen, Francis T., Paul Gendreau, G. Roger Jarjoura, and John P. Wright. (1997). Crime and the Bell Curve: Lessons from Intelligent Criminology. Crime and Delinquency, 43:387-411.

Reprinted in R.C. Monk (ed.) Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Crime and Criminology, Guilford, CT: Dushkin/McGraw-Hill, 1998.

Jarjoura, G. Roger, and Ruth A. Triplett. (1997). The effects of social area characteristics on the relationship between social class and delinquency. Journal of Criminal Justice, 25:125-139.

Triplett, Ruth A., and G. Roger Jarjoura. (1997). Specifying the gender-class-crime relationship: Utilizing the components and proximity principles. Sociological Perspectives, 40:287-316.

Jarjoura, G. Roger. (1996). The conditional effect of social class on the dropout-delinquency relationship. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 33:232-255.

Gottfredson, Stephen D., and G. Roger Jarjoura. (1996). Race, gender and guidelines-based decisionmaking. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 33:49-69.

Triplett, Ruth A., and G. Roger Jarjoura. (1994). Theoretical and empirical specification of a model of informal labeling. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 10:241-276.

Jarjoura, G. Roger. (1993). Does dropping out of school enhance delinquent involvement? Results from a large-scale national probability sample. Criminology 31:149-172.

Smith, Douglas A., Christy A. Visher, and G. Roger Jarjoura. (1991). Dimensions of delinquency: Estimating the correlates of participation, frequency, and persistence of delinquent behavior. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 28:6-32.

Smith, Douglas A., and G. Roger Jarjoura. (1989). Household characteristics, neighborhood composition, and victimization risk. Social Forces 68:621-640.

Smith, Douglas A., Eric D. Wish, and G. Roger Jarjoura. (1989). Drug use and pretrial misconduct in New York City. Journal of Quantitative Criminology 5:101-126.

Smith, Douglas A., and G. Roger Jarjoura. (1988). Social structure and criminal victimization. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 25:27-52.

Papers in Professional Journals

Krumholz, Susan T., and G. Roger Jarjoura. (1996). Massachusetts literature program reduces recidivism. Overcrowded Times, 7(6):1,10-11.

Chapters in Edited Volumes

Jarjoura, G. Roger. (2005). Integrating research, teaching, and service: Reflections from a service-learning approach to juvenile aftercare. In Bellner, Mac and John Pomery (eds.), Service-Learning: Intercommunity & Interdisciplinary Explorations, University of Indianapolis Press.

Jarjoura, G. Roger, and Ruth Triplett. (2003). From violent juvenile offenders to dangerous violent criminals: A test of Athens’ theory. In Athens, Lonnie and Jeffrey T. Ulmer (eds.), Violent Acts and Violentization: Assessing, Applying, and Developing Lonnie Athens’ Theories, Vol. 4 in Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance, Elsevier Science.

Jarjoura, G. Roger. (2000). Juvenile Delinquency and School Influences. In Rafter, Nicole Hahn (ed.) Encyclopedia of Women and Crime, Oryx Press.

Jarjoura, G. Roger. (1999). Delinquent youths and their futures: Can outreach on the part of the university make a difference? In Driscoll, Amy and Ernest A. Lynton (eds.) Making Outreach Visible: A guide to Documenting Professional Service and Outreach, American Association for Higher Education.

TechnicalReports

Anderson, J., Barton, W. H., Bealke, J., Blackman, L., Jarjoura, R., Watkins, E., Witesman, Littlepage, L., & Wright, E. R. (2006). Evidence-based Practices in Prevention and Treatment for Children and Adolescents: A Report to the Early Intervention Planning Council. Indianapolis, IN: Center for Urban Policy and the Environment.

Jarjoura, G. R. (2006). Midwest Institute on Mentoring Training Manual. Indianapolis, IN: School of Public and Environmental Affairs.

Jarjoura, G. R. (2006). Mentoring Juvenile Offenders as a Component to a Reentry Initiative Program Manual. Indianapolis, IN: School of Public and Environmental Affairs.

Jarjoura, G. R., Thelin, R.E., & Neumeyer, S. (2007). Analysis of the U.S. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Title II Grant Program Administered by the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, 2005 and 2006 Grant Awards. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment.

Thelin, R.E., & Jarjoura, G. R. (2007). Analysis of the U.S. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Title V Community Prevention Grant Program Administered by the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, 2005 and 2006 Grant Awards. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment.

Recent Presentations at Professional Meetings

2007 Evaluation of the Boys and Girls Clubs of America TARGETED RE-ENTRY Initiative: Three-Year Findings. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta.

2007 Effective Juvenile Re-Entry: Mentoring as a Critical Strategy. Presentation at the annual conference of the Indiana Correctional Association, Indianapolis.

2007 Workshop on Prisoner Reentry. Presentation at the annual CCDO Law Enforcement Conference, Detroit.

2006 Juvenile Offenders: Evidence-Based Practices Regarding Reentry. Presentation at the Criminal Justice Young Offender Reentry Program (YORP) Grantee Workshop, Washington, D.C.

2006 They All Come Back: Enhancing Juvenile Reentry Success with Mentoring. Presentation at the annual conference of the Indiana Correctional Association, Muncie.

2006 Reentry 101. Presentation at the annual CCDO Law Enforcement Conference, Phoenix.

2006 Evaluation of the Boys and Girls Clubs of America TARGETED RE-ENTRY Initiative: Phase I. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Los Angeles.

2005 Assessing Risk in a Sample of Adolescent Sex Offenders. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto.

  1. The impact of reentry programming for adolescent sex offenders. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Nashville.

  1. Evaluation of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America Targeted Re-Entry Initiative: Phase I. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Nashville.

2004 The role of juvenile correctional facility personnel in the civic engagement of juvenile offenders. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Society for Public Administration, Portland.

2003 “You Play, You Stay”: Potential unintended consequences of indeterminate sentencing in the juvenile justice system. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Denver.

  1. They All Come Back: Reflections on a Juvenile Reentry Initiative. Paper presented at the Arkansas Coalition on Juvenile Justice Statewide Conference on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Little Rock.

  1. Mentoring as a Critical Tool for Juvenile Justice Programs. Paper presented at the Arkansas Coalition on Juvenile Justice Statewide Conference on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Little Rock.

  1. Mentoring as a Critical Tool for Juvenile Justice Programs. Workshop presented at the annual National Juvenile Services Training Institute, Indianapolis.

2002 Coming home can be a good thing: An evaluation of a juvenile reentry program. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago.

2001 From violent juvenile offenders to dangerous violent criminals: A test of Athens’ Theory. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta.

2000 Using criminological theories to explain violent forms of delinquency. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco.

1999 Context and delinquency among the poor in urban and rural areas. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto.

1998 The nature of poverty in rural areas. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC.

1997 The path from dropping out to long-term involvement in deviance: The mediating role of jobs and families. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, San Diego.

1997 Linking the university, community organizations, and government agencies to provide aftercare for high-risk youth. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, San Diego.

1997 Differentiating future violent criminals from treatable adolescents. Paper presented at the 20th Annual Arthur B. Richter Conference in Child Psychiatry, Indianapolis.

VITA

SAMUEL NUNN

School of Public and Environmental Affairs 3140 W. 46th Street

Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis Indianapolis, IN 46228

801 W. Michigan St., BS4080 (317) 445-1220

Indianapolis, IN 46202-5152

(317) 274-8763, (317) 261-3043, (317) 274-7860 FAX

snunn@iupui.edu

EDUCATION

Ph.D., Urban Affairs & Public Policy, 1981 M.A., Urban Studies, 1977 B.G.S., General Studies, 1975

University of Delaware University of Texas Texas Christian University

Newark, Delaware Arlington, Texas Fort Worth, Texas

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Aug 2003 to present Professor, School of Public and Environmental Affairs

Director, Center for Criminal Justice Research

Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis (IUPUI)

Aug 2001 to July 2003 Professor and Director of Graduate Programs, School of Public and Environmental Affairs

Associate Director, Center for Urban Policy and the Environment

Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis (IUPUI)

Aug 1997 to Associate Professor School of Public and Environmental Affairs

July 2001 Associate Director, Center for Urban Policy and the Environment

Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis (IUPUI)

Aug 1993 to Assistant Professor, School of Public and Environmental Affairs

July 1997 Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis (IUPUI)

June 1989 to Assistant Professor,

July 1993 Department of Public Administration

University of North Texas (UNT)

TEACHING

GRADUATE:

P500. Foundations of Urban Planning (IU)

P540. Community Development Planning (IU)

V502. Public Management (IU)

V563. The Planning Process (IU)

V602. Strategic Planning and Management (IU)

PSCI 5520. Governmental Management (UNT)

PSCI 5430. Capital Budgeting and Planning (UNT)

PSCI 5430. Public Decision Making (UNT)

PSCI 5510. Governmental Budgeting (UNT)

PSCI 5430. Infrastructure Management (UNT)

UNDERGRADUATE:

J101. The American Criminal Justice System (IU)

J324. Crime, Technology, and Public Safety (IU)

J272/V272. Terrorism and Public Policy (IU)

J260. Reel Crime: Studies of True Crime Films (IU)

V264. Urban Structure and Policy (IU)

PSCI 4400. Public Management (UNT)

PSCI 3400. Public Administration (UNT)

PSCI 2040. American Government (UNT)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

August 1984 to November 1988 Assistant Water Director, Fort Worth Water Department, Fort Worth, Texas

June 1981 to July 1984 Cable Communications Officer, City Manager's Office, City of Fort Worth, Texas

June 1980 to May 1981 Economic Development Planner, Planning Department, City of Fort Worth, Texas

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES

  1. 2008. “Measuring Criminal Justice Technology Outputs: The Case of Title III Wiretap Productivity, 1987-2005,” Journal of Criminal Justice36(4): 344-353. August.

  2. 2007. “Incidents of Terrorism in the United States, 1997 to 2005,” Geographical Review 97(1): 89-111. January.

  3. 2006. “Tell Us What’s Going to Happen: Information Feeds to the War on Terror,” CTHEORY: Theory, Technology and Culture 29(3). Available at /articles.aspx?id=518. September. [REPRINTED: p. 231-249, A. Kroker and M. Kroker (eds.), 2008, Critical Digital Studies: A Reader,” University of Toronto Press. October.]

  4. 2006. (and K.D. Quinet, D. Christ, K. Rowe). “Interdiction Day: Covert Surveillance Operations, Drugs and Serious Crime in an Inner City Neighborhood,” Police Quarterly 9(1): 73-99. February.

  5. 2005. “Preventing the Next Terrorist Attack: The Theory and Practice of Homeland Security Information Systems,” Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management 2 (1). Article 1. Available at
    /jhsem/vol2/iss1/1. September.

  6. 2005. “Flight Plans for Development: Aviation Investments and Outputs in Nine Metropolitan Regions, 1990 to 2001,” Economic Development Quarterly 19(4): 295-312 . November

  7. 2004. “Thinking the Inevitable: Suicide Attacks in America and the Design of Effective Public Safety Policies,” Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management 1(4), 1-21. Article 401. Available at /jhsem/vol1/iss4/401

  8. 2004. “Public and Private Built Investment in the New Economy: Exploring Regional Differences, 1990-2000,” Journal of Urban Planning and Development 130(3): 125-132. September.

  9. 2003. “Public Infrastructure, Private Built Investment and Local Planning Capacity: An Examination of Linkages in the Central Indiana Region, 1990-2000,” Public Works Management and Policy 8(1): 48-61. July.

  10. 2003. “Seeking Tools for the War on Terror: A Critical Assessment of Emerging Technologies in Law Enforcement,” Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management 26(3): 454-472.

  11. 2003. (and K. D. Quinet and N. Kinkaid). “Training Police: A Case Study of Differential Impacts of Problem Oriented Policing Training,” Police Practice and Research 4 (3): 263-283.

  12. 2002. “When Superman Used X-Ray Vision, Did He Have A Search Warrant? Emerging Law Enforcement Technologies and the Transformation Of Urban Space,” Journal of Urban Technology 9(3): 69-87.

  13. 2002. (and A. Worgan). “Exploring a Complicated Labyrinth: Some Tips on Using Patent Data to Measure Urban and Regional Innovation,” Economic Development Quarterly 16(3): 229-236. August.

  14. 2002. (and A. Worgan). “Spaces of Innovation: Patent Activity in Indiana Metropolitan Areas, 1990-1999,” Economic Development Quarterl y 16(3): 237-249. August.

  15. 2002. (and K. D. Quinet). “Evaluating the Effects of Information Technology on Problem-Oriented Policing: If It Doesn’t Fit, Must We Quit?” Evaluation Review 26(1): 81-108. February.

  16. 2001. “Cities, Space, and the New World of Urban Law Enforcement Technologies,” Journal of Urban Affairs 23(3-4): 259-278.

  17. 2001. “Designing the Solipsistic City: Themes of Urban Planning and Control in The Matrix, Dark City, and The Truman Show,” CTHEORY: An international journal of theory, technology and culture. Article A091. /default.asp. February [REPRINTED in A. Kroker and M. Kroker, (eds.) Life In The Wires: CTHEORY Reader (CTHEORY/NWP Books). 2004, p. 234-244. Also, REPRINTED as “Urbanisme et controle dans Matrix, Dark City et Truman Show, p. 79-86, Tausend Auger: Villes Reelles, Villes Imaginaires. No 03. Novembre 2004.]

  18. 2001. “Planning for Inner-City Retail Development: The Case of Indianapolis,” Journal of the American Planning Association 67(2): 159-173. Spring.

  1. 2001. “Police Information Technology: Assessing the Effects of Computerization on Urban Police Functions,” Public Administration Review 61(2): 203-216. March/April.

  2. 2000. “Police Technology in Cities: Changes and Challenges,” Technology and Society 22(4): 11-27. Fall.

  3. 2000. (and R. Warren). “The Intrametropolitan Distribution of Computer Services Employment, 1982 and 1993,” Urban Geography 21(5): 406-427. July 1-August 15.

  4. 1999. “The Role of Information Technologies in Community Development Organizations,” Journal of Urban Technology 6(2): 13-37. August.

  5. 1999. (and J.B. Rubleske) “Pricing the Use of Public Rights-of-Way,” Public Works Management and Policy 3(4): 304-316. April.

  6. 1998. (and K.D. Quinet) “Illuminating Crime: The Impact of Street Lighting on Calls for Police Service.” Evaluation Review 22(6): 751-779. December.

  7. 1998. (and R. Warren, S. Warren, and C. Warren) “The Future of the Future in Planning: Appropriating Cyberpunk Visions of the City” Journal of Planning Education and Research 18(1): 49-60. Fall. [REPRINTED, in S. Graham (ed.), The Cybercities Reader. Routledge. New York and London 2003.]

  8. 1998. (and R. Warren and J.B. Rubleske) “’Software Jobs Go Begging, Threatening Technology Boom’: Computer Services Employment in US Metropolitan Areas: 1982 and 1993,” Professional Geographer 50(3): 358-371. August.

  9. 1998. “Public Rights-of-Way, Public Management, and the New Urban Telecommunications Infrastructure,” Public Works Management and Policy 3 (1). July

  10. 1997. (and R. Warren) “Metropolitan Computer Services Infrastructure and Economic Development Capacity in the Information Society.” Economic Development Quarterly 11(4): 329-346. November.

  11. 1997. (and J.B. Rubleske) “Webbed Cities and Development of the National Information Highway: The Creation of World Wide Web Sites by City Governments.” Journal of Urban Technology 4(1): 53-79.

  12. 1997. (and C. Schoedel) “Special Districts, City Governments, and Infrastructure Spending in 105 U.S. Metropolitan Areas,” Journal of Urban Affairs 19(1): 59-72.

  13. 1997. (and M.S. Rosentraub) “Sports Wars: A Case Study of Suburbs and a Center City in a Zero Sum Game,” Journal of Sport and Social Issues 21 (1): 65-82. February. [REPRINTED p. 211-224, in J. Lewis and T. Miller (eds.), Critical Cultural Policy Studies: A Reader. Blackwell Publishing. Malden, MA. 2003.]

  14. 1997. (and M.S. Rosentraub) ";Dimensions of Interjurisdictional Cooperation,"; Journal of the American Planning Association 63 (2): 205-219. Spring.

  15. 1996. (and M.S. Rosentraub) ";Metropolitan Fiscal Equalization: Distilling Lessons from Four U.S. Programs,"; State and Local Government Review 28 (2): 90-102. Spring.

  16. 1996. (and D. Klacik and C. Schoedel) ";Strategic Planning and Interurban Competition for Airport Development,"; Journal of the American Planning Association 62(4): 427-441. Autumn.

  17. 1996. (and W. Montgomery). “Privatization, Participation, and the Planning Process: A Case Study of Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure.” Public Works Management and Policy 1(1): 43-59. July.

  18. 1996. ";Urban Infrastructure Policies and Capital Spending in City Manager and Strong Mayor Cities,"; American Review of Public Administration 26(1): 93-112. March.

  19. 1995. ";Role of Local Infrastructure Policies and Economic Development Incentives in Metropolitan Interjurisdictional Cooperation."; Journal of Urban Planning and Development 121 (2): 41-56. June.

  20. 1995. (and C. Schoedel) ";Cities and Airport-Based Economic Development Strategies: An Analysis of Public-Private Deals to Provide Airline Maintenance Operating Centers in Urban Airports,"; Economic Development Quarterly 9(2): 159-173. May.

  21. 1995. ";Regulating Local Tax Abatement Policies: Arguments and Alternative Policies for Urban Planners and Administrators."; Policy Studies Journal 22(4). Winter.

  1. 1994. ";How Capital Technologies Affect Municipal Service Outcomes: The Case of Police Mobile Digital Terminals and Stolen Vehicle Recoveries,"; Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 13(3): 539-559. Summer.

  2. 1993. ";Computers in the Cop Car: Impact of the Mobile Digital Computer on Motor Vehicle Theft Clearance Rates and Recovery in a Texas City,"; Evaluation Review 17 (2): 184-205. April.

  3. 1992. ";Organizational Improvement: The Case of Village Creek,"; Public Productivity and Management Review 16 (2): 117-136. Winter.

  4. 1992. (and R.L. Bland.) ";The Impact of Capital Spending on Municipal Operating Budgets,"; Public Budgeting and Finance 12 (2): 32-47. Summer.

  5. 1991. ”Estimating the Costs of Public/Private Infrastructure Deals in Municipal Government."; American Review of Public Administration 21 (4): 287-309. December.

  6. 1991. ";Public Capital Investment and Economic Growth in Fort Worth: The Implications for Public Budgeting and Infrastructure Management."; Public Budgeting and Finance 11 (2): 62-94. Summer.

  7. 1991. ";Formal and Informal Processes in Infrastructure Policy-Making."; Journal of the American Planning Association 57 (3): 273-287. Summer.

  8. 1990. ";Budgeting for Public Capital: Reinterpreting Traditional Views of Urban Infrastructure Provision."; Journal of Urban Affairs 12 (4): 327-343. Winter.

  9. 1978. (and M.S. Rosentraub.) ";Suburban City Investment in Professional Sports: Estimating the Fiscal Returns of the Dallas Cowboys and the Texas Rangers to Investor Communities."; American Behavioral Scientist 22 (2). January.

BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. 2008. “Terrorism, Geography of.” Forthcoming 2009 in Barney Warf (ed.), Encyclopedia of Geography. Sage Publications. Thousand Oaks, CA.

  2. 2007. “Do Information Technologies Influence the Operations of Community Development Corporations?” p. 113-131, M. Cortes and K.M. Rafter (eds.), Nonprofits & Technology: Emerging Research for Usable Knowledge. Lyceum Books. Chicago.

  3. 2006. “Cybercrime,” p. 960-961, G. Ritzer (ed.), The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Blackwell Publishing, Ltd. Oxford, UK.

  4. 2005. “The Technology Infrastructure of Criminal Justice,” chapter 1 in L. Moriarty (ed.), Criminal Justice Technology in the 21st Century. Charles C. Thomas Publishers, Ltd. Springfield, IL.

  5. 2003. “Negotiating the Use of Public Rights Of Way: The Battle Between City Governments and the Telecommunications Industry,” p. 191-222, in F. Ennis (ed.), Infrastructure Provision and the Negotiating Process. Ashgate Publishing. Aldershot, UK.

  6. 2001. “A Tale of Two Mayors: Indianapolis Municipal Finances, 1986 to 1998,” p. 103-138, in I. Ritchie and S. Kennedy (eds.), To Market, To Market: Reinventing Indianapolis. University Press of America, Inc. Lanham, MD.

  7. 2001. “A Primer on Tax Increment Financing.” C. Johnson and J. Man (eds.), Tax Increment Finance and Economic Development: Uses, Structures and Impact, SUNY Press. Albany, NY. May.

  8. 1997. (and M. S. Rosentraub) “Fights Within the Family: Suburbs and Center Cities in a Battle for the Intangible Benefits from Sports,” chapter 11, pp. 418-447, in Mark S. Rosentraub, Major League Losers: The Real Cost of Sports and Who’s Paying for It. Basic Books. New York.

  9. 1997. ";Quiet Expenditures"; and ";Metropolitan Fiscal Equalization";, two entries in The International Encyclopedia of Public Policy and Administration. Henry Holt and Company. New York.

  1. 1996. ";Analyzing the Policy Environment for Urban Infrastructure Planning and Development."; pp. 95-118. In L.Brewer (Ed.) Public Works Administration: Modern Public Policy Perspectives. Newbury Park, CA. Sage Publications.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  1. 2006. Book review, Illicit: How Smugglers, Traffickers, and Copycats are Hijacking the Global Economy by Moises Naim, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 25(4): 995-999. October.

  2. 2004. “Local law enforcement strategies to prevent suicide attacks in Amerca,” Journal of Counterterrorism and Homeland Security International10 (4): 20-25. Winter.

  3. 2004. “Hatching an industry that can truly take off,” Newsday, June 20. Op-ed page.

  4. 2001. Book review, Cities in the Telecommunications Age: The Fracturing of Geographies by James O. Wheeler, Yuko Aoyama, and Barney Warf (eds.), Urban Geography 22(4): 383-384. May-June.

  5. 1997. Book review, CyberCities: Visual Perception in the Age of Electronic Communication by M.Christine Boyer, Journal of the American Planning Association 63(3): 415-416. Summer.

  6. 1992. ";What Can Go Wrong, Part II: The Alliance Airport Story,"; Governing 5 (10): 76-77. July.

  7. 1992. Book review, Checks Unbalanced: The Quiet Side of Public Spending by Herman Leonard, Public Budgeting and Finance 12 (2): 112-113. Summer.

  8. 1992. (and V. DeSantis.) ";Solid Waste Management Concerns,"; Public Management 74 (4): 24-25. April.

  9. 1991. Book review, Financing Economic Development by Richard Bingham, Edward Hill, and Sammis White (Eds.), Public Budgeting and Finance 11 (4): 94-95. Winter.

RESEARCH CONTRACTS

  1. 2008. ($5,000). Center for Criminal Justice Research. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. Baseline Analysis of Marion County Re-Entry Court. Contract with the Marion County Superior Court. August. (with Rachel Thelin)

  2. 2008. ($350,000). Center for Criminal Justice Research. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. Production of Indiana Traffic Safety Reports. Contract with the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. October.

  3. 2008. ($37,000). Center for Criminal Justice Research. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. Indiana DHS After Action Report Project. Contract with the Indiana Department of Homeland Security. August. (with Jim White)

  4. 2008. ($50,000). Center for Criminal Justice Research. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. Research Partner for the Comprehensive Anti-Gang Initiative. Contract with the Southern District of Indiana, U.S. Attorney’s Office. July. (with Tom Stucky)

  5. 2007. ($64,997). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. Research Partner for Project Safe Neighborhoods,. Contract with the Southern District of Indiana, U.S. Attorney’s Office. December.

  6. 2007. ($10,000). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. Reports on the Use of Child Safety Restraints in Indiana, 2000-2007. Contract with the Automotive Safety Project, Riley Hospital. October.

  7. 2007. ($320,000). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. Production of Indiana Traffic Safety Reports. Contract with the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. October.

  8. 2006. ($320,000). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. Production of Indiana Traffic Safety Reports. Contract with the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. October.

  9. 2005. ($82,000) (and J. Palmer, D. Klacik). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. City of Indianapolis Continuation of Government Emergency Management Plan. Contract with the City of Indianapolis. December.

  10. 2005. ($750,000) (and K. Quinet). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. Two-Year Contract to Perform Evaluation Research. Contract with the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. November.

  11. 2005. ($50,000). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. Establishment of Indiana Meth Free Data Repository. Contract with the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. September.

  12. 2005. ($50,000) (and K.D. Quinet). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. Phase I, Strategic planning for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Contract with the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. June.

  13. 2004. ($30,000) (and K.D. Quinet). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. Assessment of Multi-jurisdictional Drug Task Forces, 2002 and 2003. Contract with the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. October.

  14. 1999. ($17,000) (and J. Kirlin and J. Krauss). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. Industrial Cluster Development in Central Indiana. Contract with the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership. December.

  15. 1999. ($20,000). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. Indianapolis Inner City Retail Market Analysis. Contract with the City of Indianapolis. January.

  16. 1998. ($75,000) (and K. D. Quinet). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. Evaluating the Impact of Cellular Digital Packet Data Systems on State Police Initiatives. Contract with the Indiana State Police. March.

  17. 1997. ($17,000) (and Joseph B. Rubleske). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. Pricing the Use of Local Public Rights-of-Way. Contract with the Legislative Services Agency of the State of Indiana. September.

  18. 1997. ($100,000) (and M. Rosentraub, et al). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. Economic Development Plan for Indianapolis Westside Community Organization (WESCO), 1998-2000. Contract with US Department of Housing and Urban Development. June.

  19. 1996. ($35,000) (and M. Przybylski and L. Littlepage). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. A Proposal to Polk County, Iowa to Perform an Economic and Fiscal Analysis of the Prairie Meadows Racetrack Sale. Contract with Polk County, Iowa. December.

  20. 1996. ($21,800) (and K. D. Quinet). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. A Proposal to Analyze the Impact of Street Lights on Reported Crime in the NESCO Area of Indianapolis. Contract with the Indiana Electrical Association. May.

  21. 1995. ($16,000). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. An Analysis of Fair Housing Impediments for the City of Arlington, Texas, 1995. Indianapolis. Contract with James J.Glass and Associates. October.

  22. 1995. ($4,500). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. An Analysis of Employment Distribution by Standard Industrial Classification in the Hendricks County and Indianapolis International Airport Study Area, 1995. Indianapolis. Contract with J.C. Carley and Associates. September.

  23. 1995. ($6,000). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. An Economic Development Plan for the 42nd and Mitthoeffer Area, Indianapolis. Indianapolis. Contract with the Far Eastside Community Development Council. May.

  24. 1995. ($57,000). (and M. Rosentraub). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. Alternatives and Options for Cooperation and Economic Development in the Indianapolis City-State. Indianapolis. Contract with the Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce. April.

  25. 1993. ($40,000). Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. Metropolitan and Regional Cooperation for Economic Development. Indianapolis. Contract with IPL/PSI joint venture. November.

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