Selected Publications

Articles In Academic Journals

Year Title
2009 “Needs of Sexual Assault Advocates in Campus-Based Sexual Assault Centers”College Student Journal. 507-513.
2008 An Empowered Approach to Developing a Youth Violence Prevention Plan: A Case Study in Small but Growing Rural CommunityCrime Prevention and Community Safety. 249-270.
2006 Caregiver Burden, Elder Abuse, and Alzheimer’s DiseaseJournal of Health and Human Services Administration. 245-259.
2006 Police Chiefs' and Students' Attitudes Concerning Miranda WarningsJournal of Criminal Justice. 653-660.
2005 "Perceptions About Changing the Miranda Warnings Among Police Chiefs: The Role of Race"Journal of ethnicity in criminal justice. 69-80.
2005 All in the Family: Gender Family Crimes and Later CriminalityWomen and Criminal Justice. 73-90.
2005 Differentiating Self-Neglect as a Type of Elder Mistreatment: How Do These Cases Compare to Traditional Type of Elder MistreatmentJournal of Elder Abuse and Neglect.
2004 "Regulating Legal Misconduct in the Commonwealth of Virginia: The Gender Influence"Women and Criminal Justice. 81-95.
2004 "What Drives Punitive Beliefs?: Demographic Characteristics and Justifications for Sentencing"Journal of Criminal Justice. 195-206.
2004 Social and Governmental Altruism, Deterrence Theory, and Nursing Home Regulatory Violations: A State-Level AnalysisJournal of Crime and Justice. 59-78.
2004 “Ancillary Consequences of Employee Theft”Journal of Criminal Justice. 63-73.
2003 "Accomplices, accessories, and punishment attitudes: The role of gender and education, analysis of survey gender"American Criminal Justice Association Journal. 24-27.
2003 "Justifications for the Probation Sanction among Residents of Virginia: Cool or Uncool?"Federal Probation. 42-48.
2003 “Electronic Monitoring and Newspaper Coverage in the Press”Journal of Crime and Justice. 133-156.
2003 “The Influence of Demographic Factors on the Experience of House Arrest”Federal Probation. 64-70.
2000 "Teaching Controversial Issues in Criminal Justice Courses”Journal of Criminal Justice Education.
2000 “A Quantitative and Qualitative Examination of Offenders’ Experiences on Electronic Monitoring”International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. 84-96.
2000 “Is Good-Time Appropriate for Offenders on Electronic Monitoring: Attitudes of Monitoring Directors”Journal of Criminal Justice. 1-10.
2000 “The State of Electronic Monitoring in America”Journal of Offender Rehabilitation. 1-10.
2000 “Time in Jail, Time on Electronic Monitoring, and Recidivism: An Event History Analysis”Justice Quarterly. 733-752.
1999 “Attitudes Towards Electronic Monitoring Among Monitored Offenders and Criminal Justice Students”Journal of Offender Monitoring. 195-208.


Year Title
2005 Drugs and Policing: A Scientific Perspective.  Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, LTD.
2005 Family Violence and Criminal Justice: A Life Course Approach (2nd Edition).  3rd ed. Cincinnati, OH: Anderson.


Year Title
2008 “The Electronic Monitoring of Offenders Released from Jail or Prison: Safety, Control, and Comparisons to the Incarceration Experience”Corrections: A Text/Reader. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publishing.