Departmental faculty members publish the results of their research in top-tier, peer-reviewed journals and generate external funding from local, state and national government agencies and private foundations. Ph.D students and faculty members collaborate in a number of research projects.
Recent and forthcoming publications by Faculty and Students (current)
Articles in selected peer-reviewed journals (January 2004- January 2010)
Faculty monographs and books
Funded research projects

Recent and forthcoming publications by Faculty and Students

(updated May 2015)
* Denotes UMSL CCJ Ph.D. student ** Denotes UMSL CCJ Alumni
Cole, Simon and Michael Campbell. Forthcoming. From Subhumans to Superhumans: Evolutionary Hierarchy, Or What Became of Lombroso's Atavistic Criminals? In P. Knepper and P. J. Ystehede (eds.) The Complete Lombroso: 'Criminal Man' and Historical Revisionism. Routledge Press.
Carbone-Lopez, Kristin, Lee Ann Slocum, and Candace Kruttschnitt. Forthcoming. ‘Police wouldn’t give you no help’: Female offenders on reporting sexual assault to police. Violence Against Women.
Miller, Jody, Kristin Carbone-Lopez, and Mikh V. Gunderman*. Forthcoming. Gendered narratives of self, addiction, and recovery among women methamphetamine users. In S. Sandberg and L. Presser (eds.) Crime as Story: An Introduction to Narrative Criminology. New York University Press.
Bersani, Bianca E. and Stephanie M. DiPietro. Forthcoming. Examining the Salience of Marriage for Offending among Black and Hispanic Men. Justice Quarterly.
DiPietro, Stephanie M., Lee Ann Slocum, and Finn-Aage Esbensen. Forthcoming. School Context and Violence: Does Immigrant Status Matter? Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice.
Doherty, Elaine Eggleston, Margaret E. Ensminger, Rebecca Evans-Polce. Forthcoming. Public Health and Interpersonal Violence. In Andrea Gielen, Scott Kahan, and Peter Fagan (eds.) Motivating Health Behavior Change in Populations: The State of the Evidence and Roles for Key Stakeholders. Johns Hopkins University Press.
Ensminger, Margaret E., Kate E. Fothergill, Elaine Eggleston Doherty, Kerry M. Green, Judy A. Robertson, and Hee-Soon Juon. Forthcoming. The crossover effect: The influence of social roles in an African American cohort. In Y.F. Thomas, L.N. Price, & A.V. Lybrand (eds.) Drug Use Trajectories among Minority Youth. New York: Springer.
Melde, Chris**, Mark T. Berg**, and Finn-Aage Esbensen. Forthcoming. Fear, Social Interactions, and Violence Mitigation. Justice Quarterly.
Gaston, Shytierra* and Beth Huebner. Forthcoming. Gangs in Correctional Institutions. In Scott H. Decker and David C. Pyrooz (eds.) The Wiley Handbook of Gangs. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Maher, Timothy M. Forthcoming. Police Misconduct. Oxford Bibliographies in Criminology.
Pickering, Jordan C.*, and Maribeth L. Rezey*. Forthcoming. The importance of establishing and maintaining peer relationships in graduate school. The Criminologist.
Rosenfeld, Richard. Forthcoming.  Trends in Street Crime and the Crime Drop.  In Robert Scott and Stephen Kosslyn (eds.) Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Hoboken, NJ:  Wiley.
Slocum, Lee Ann, Finn-Aage Esbensen, and Terrance J. Taylor.  Forthcoming.  The Code of Silence in Schools: An assessment of a socio-ecological model of youth’s willingness to report school misbehavior. Youth & Society.
Slocum, Lee Ann. Forthcoming. Crime and the Life Course. In T.S. Bynum & B.M. Huebner (eds.), The Handbook of Measurement Issues in Criminology and Criminal Justice. John Wiley & Sons Inc.
Vogel, Matt, Chris Rees, Tim McCuddy*, and Dena C. Carson**. Forthcoming. The highs that bind: School context, social status, and marijuana use. Journal of Youth and Adolescence.
Vogel, Matt and Shelley Keith Matthews. Forthcoming. Vicarious peer victimization and adolescent violence. Deviant Behavior.
Griffin, Timothy, Joshua H. Williams*, John Wooldredge, and Danielle Miller. Forthcoming. Does AMBER Alert ‘Save Lives’? An Empirical Analysis and Critical Implications. Journal of Crime and Justice.
Wright, Richard, Scott Jacques**, and M. Stein. Forthcoming. Where Are We? Why Are We Here? Where Are We Going? How Do We Get There? The Future of Qualitative Research in American Criminology. In J. Miller and W. Palacios (eds.) The Value of Qualitative Research for Advancing Criminological Theory, Advances in Criminological Theory, Vol. 20. Piscataway, NJ: Transaction.
Wright, Richard, Volkan Topalli, and Scott Jacques**. Forthcoming. Crime in Motion: Predation, Retaliation, and the Spread of Urban Violence. In B. Turner and G. Schlee (eds.) On Retaliation: Toward an Interdisciplinary Understanding of a Basic Human Condition. Oxford, UK: Berghahn Books.
Smith, Emily J., Christopher S. Marcum, Adam Boessen, Zack W. Almquist, John R. Hipp, Nicholas N. Nagle, and Carter T. Butts. 2015. The Relationship of Age to Personal Network Size, Relational Multiplexity, and Proximity to Alters in the Western United States. The Journals of Gerontology, Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences.
Campbell, Michael, Matt Vogel and Joshua Williams*. 2015. Historical contingencies and the evolving importance of race, violent crime, and region in explaining mass incarceration in the United States. Criminology.
Dickinson, Timothy*. 2015. Exploring the Drugs/Violence Nexus Among Active Offenders: Contributions From the St. Louis School. Criminal Justice Review.
Coffman, Donna, Chris Melde**, and Finn-Aage Esbensen. 2015. Gang Membership and Substance Use: Guilt as a gendered causal pathway. Journal of Experimental Criminology.
Pleggenkuhle, Breanne**, Beth M. Huebner, and Kimberly R. Kras**. 2015. Solid Start: supportive housing, social support, and reentry transitions. Journal of Crime and Justice.
McCuddy, Timothy* and Matt Vogel. 2015. Beyond traditional interaction: Exploring the functional form of the exposure-offending association across online network size. Journal of Criminal Justice.
Rosenfeld, Richard. 2015. Trends in Street Crime and the Crime Drop. In Robert Scott and Stephen Kosslyn (eds.) Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Thomas, Kyle J. 2015. Delinquency peer influence on offending versatility: Can peers promote specialized delinquency? Criminology.
Vogel, Matt, Chris Rees, Timothy McCuddy*, and Dena Carson**. 2015. The highs that bind: School context, peer networks, and marijuana use. Journal of Youth and Adolescence.
Liem, Marieke and Michael Campbell. 2014. Punishment for Homicide in Europe: Research Challenges and A Roadmap for Progress. International Criminal Justice Review.
Campbell, Michael C. 2014. The Emergence of Penal Extremism in California: A Dynamic View of Institutional Structures and Political Processes. Law & Society Review.
DiPietro, Stephanie M. and Jaclyn Cwick*. 2014. Gender, Family Functioning and Violence across Immigrant Generations. Journal of Research on Crime and Delinquency.
Doherty, Elaine Eggleston and Margaret E. Ensminger. 2014. Do the Adult Criminal Careers of African Americans Fit the "Facts"? Journal of Criminal Justice.
Doherty, Elaine Eggleston, Margaret E. Ensminger, Rebecca Evans-Polce. 2014. Public Health and Interpersonal Violence. In Scott Kahan, Andrea C. Gielen, Peter J. Fagan, and Lawrence W. Green (eds.) Health Behavior Change in Populations. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
Evans-Polce, Rebecca, Elaine E. Doherty, Margaret E. Ensminger. Taking a Life Course Approach to Studying Substance Use Treatment among a Community Cohort of African American Substance Users. Drug and Alcohol Dependence.
Melde, Chris** and Finn-Aage Esbensen. 2014. The Relative Impact of Gang Status Transitions: Identifying the mechanisms of change in delinquency. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency.
Esbensen, Finn-Aage and Kristy Matsuda.  2014. How do we know if we are preventing gang membership? In Thomas R. Simon, Nancy M. Ritter, and Reshma R. Mahendra (eds.) Changing Course: Preventing Gang Membership. National Institute of Justice and Center for Disease Control.
Copes, Heith, Scott Jacques**, Andy Hochstetler, and Tim Dickinson*. 2014. Interviewing offenders: The active vs. inmate debate. In H. Copes & J. M. Miller (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Qualitative Criminology. London: Routledge.
Huebner, Beth M., Kimberly R. Kras*, Jason Rydberg, Timothy S. Bynum, Eric Grommon, and Breanne Pleggenkuhle**.  2014.  The Effect and Implications of Sex Offender Residence Restrictions: Evidence from a Two-State Evaluation.  Criminology & Public Policy.
Rydberg, Jason, Eric Grommon, Beth M. Huebner, and Timothy S. Bynum. 2014. The Effect of Statewide Residency Restrictions on Sex Offender Post Release Housing Mobility. Justice Quarterly.
Cottler, Linda B., Catina C. O'Leary, Katelin B. Nickel, Jennifer M. Reingle, and Daniel Isom. 2014. Breaking the blue wall of silence: Risk factors for experiencing police sexual misconduct among female offenders. American Journal of Public Health.
James, Lois, David Klinger, and Bryan Vila. 2014. Racial and Ethnic Bias in Decisions to Shoot Seen Through a Stronger Lens: Experimental Results from High-Fidelity Laboratory Simulations. Journal of Experimental Criminology.
Lauritsen, Janet L. and Nicole White**. 2014. Seasonal Patterns in Criminal Victimization Trends. Washington DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics. NCJ45959.
Lauritsen, Janet L., Maribeth L. Rezey*, and Karen Heimer. 2014. Violence and Economic Conditions in the U.S., 1973-2011: Gender, Race, and Ethnicity Patterns in the NCVS. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice.
McCuddy, Tim* and Matt Vogel. 2014 (online first). More than just friends: Online social networks and offending in a college sample. Criminal Justice Review.
Rosenfeld, Richard. 2014. Crime and Inflation in Cross-National Perspective. Crime and Justice.
Rosenfeld, Richard. 2014. The St. Louis Public Safety Partnership. Translational Criminology.
Rosenfeld, Richard. 2014. The Strange Career of Immigration in American Criminological Research: Editorial Introduction. Criminology and Public Policy.
Rosenfeld, Richard, Michael Deckard*, and Emily Blackburn.  2014.  The Effects of Directed Patrol and Self-Initiated Enforcement on Firearm Violence:  A Randomized Controlled Study of Hot Spot Policing. Criminology.
Rosenfeld, Richard, and Steven F. Messner.  2014. A Social Welfare Critique of Contemporary Crime Control.  In Douglas Hartmann and Christopher Uggen (eds.) Crime and the Punished. New York: W.W. Norton.
Rosenfeld, Richard.  2014.  Crime and the Great Recession: Introduction to the Special Issue.  Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice.
Rosenfeld, Richard, Karen Terry, and Preeti Chahaun.  2014.  New York’s Crime Drop Puzzle: Introduction to the Special Issue.  Justice Quarterly.
Rosenfeld, Richard, and Robert Fornango**.  2014.  The Impact of Police Stops on Precinct Robbery and Burglary Rates in New York City, 2003 – 2010.  Justice Quarterly.
Taylor, Terrance J. 2014. Editorial: Youth Violence Prevention. Journal of Crime & Justice.
Jacques, Scott**, Andrea Allen, and Richard Wright.  2014.  Drug dealers’ rational choices on which customers to rip-off.  International Journal of Drug Policy.
Campbell, Michael C. and Heather Schoenfeld. 2013. "The Transformation of America’s Penal Order: A Historicized Political Sociology of Punishment." American Journal of Sociology.
Carbone-Lopez, Kristin and Janet Lauritsen. 2013. Seasonal variation in violent victimization: Opportunity and the annual rhythm of the school calendar. Journal of Quantitative Criminology.
Miller, Jody and Kristin Carbone-Lopez. 2013. Gendered carceral regimes in Sri Lanka: Colonial laws, post-colonial practices, and the social control of sex workers. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society.
Carbone-Lopez, Kristin. 2013. Across racial/ethnic boundaries: Investigating intimate violence within a national sample. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
Carson, Dena C., Dana Peterson, and Finn-Aage Esbensen. 2013. Youth Gang Desistance: An Examination of the Effect of Different Operational Definitions of Desistance on the Motivations, Methods, and Consequences Associated With Leaving the Gang. Criminal Justice Review.
Carson, Dena C. and Finn-Aage Esbensen. 2013. The Mediating Effects of Delinquent Attitudes on Race, Race Heterogeneity, and Violent Offending. Journal of Crime and Justice.
Carson, Dena C., Finn-Aage Esbensen, and T.J. Taylor. 2013. A Longitudinal Analysis of the Relationship between School Victimization and Student Mobility. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice.
Carson, Dena C. 2013. Perceptions of Prosocial and Delinquent Peer Behavior and the Effect on Delinquent Attitudes: A Longitudinal Study. Journal of Criminal Justice.
Stowell, Jacob I. and Stephanie DiPietro. 2013. Ethnicity, Crime, and Immigration in the United States: Crimes By and Against Immigrants. In M. Tonry and S. Bucerius (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Ethnicity, Crime, and Immigration. New York: Oxford University Press.
McGloin, Jean Marie and Stephanie DiPietro. 2013. Girls, Friends, and Delinquency. In F. T. Cullen and P. Wilcox (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Criminological Theory. New York: Oxford University Press.
Esbensen, Finn-Aage , D. Wayne Osgood, Dana Peterson, Terrance J. Taylor, and Dena C. Carson. 2013. Short- and Long-Term Outcome Results from a Multisite Evaluation of the G.R.E.A.T. Program.” Criminology and Public Policy.
Esbensen, Finn-Aage . 2013. Editorial Introduction: Civil gang injunctions. Criminology and Public Policy.
Melde, Chris** and Finn-Aage Esbensen. 2013. Gangs and Violence: Disentangling the Impact of Gang Membership on the Level and Nature of Offending. Journal of Quantitative Criminology.
Esbensen, Finn-Aage and L. Thomas Winfree, Jr. 2013. Motivations for Gang Joining: Does Context Matter? In K. Boers, T. Feltes, J. Kinzig, L.W. Sherman, F. Streng, and G. Trueg (eds.) Criminology, Crime Policy, and Penal Law: Festschrift for Hans-Juergen Kerner on the Occasion of his 70th Birthday. Tuebingen, Germany: Mohr Publishing.
Esbensen, Finn-Aage and Kristy N. Matsuda. 2013. Program Evaluation: How Do We Know If We Are Preventing Gang Membership? In T.R. Simon, N.M. Ritter, R. Mahendra. (eds.), Changing Course: Preventing Gang Joining. (NCJ 239234). National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. Washington, DC. 
Esbensen , Finn-Aage, Dana Peterson, Terrance J. Taylor, and D. Wayne Osgood. 2013. Is G.R.E.A.T Effective? Program Implementation Quality and Results from the National Evaluation of the Gang Resistance Education and Training (G.R.E.A.T.) Program. In C.L. Maxson, J. Miller, M. Klein, and A. Egley (Eds.) The Modern Gang Reader, 4th edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
Gaston, Shytierra* and Jennifer Lorentz*. 2013. Making the Most Out Of Relationships with Mentors. The Criminologist.
Huebner, Beth M. and Breanne Pleggenkuhle**. 2013. Residential Location, Household Composition, and Recidivism: An Analysis by Gender. Justice Quarterly.
Kras, Kimberly, R .* and Beth M. Huebner. 2013. Transitional Housing for Sex Offenders. Sex Offender Law Report.
Kras, Kimberly R.*. 2013. Offender perceptions of mandated substance abuse treatment: an exploratory analysis of offender experiences in a community-based treatment program. Journal of Drug Issues.
Lauritsen, Janet L. and Maribeth L. Rezey*. 2013. Measuring the Prevalence of Crime with the  National Crime Victimization Survey. Washington DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics. NCJ241656.
Lauritsen, Janet L ., Ekaterina Gorislavsky*, and Karen Heimer. 2013. Economic Conditions and Violent Victimization Trends among Youth: Guns, Serious Violence, and Homicide 1973-2005. In R. Rosenfeld, M. Edberg, X. Fang, and C. Florence (eds.), Economics and Youth Violence: Crime, Disadvantage, and Community. NYU Press.
Pickering, Jordan C*. 2013. Restorative Justice. In K. J. Peak (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Community Policing and Problem Solving. Thousand Oaks, California: SAGE Publications.
Rosenfeld, Richard, Karen Terry, and Preeti Chahaun. 2013. New York’s Crime Drop Puzzle: Introduction to the Special Issue. Justice Quarterly.
Rosenfeld, Richard, and Robert Fornango**. 2013. The Impact of Police Stops on Precinct Robbery and Burglary Rates in New York City, 2003 – 2010. Justice Quarterly.
Fang, Xiangming, Richard Rosenfeld, Linda L. Dahlberg, and Curtis S. Florence.  2013. The Nonlinear Effect of Neighborhood Disadvantage on Youth Violence.  In Richard Rosenfeld, Mark Edberg, Xiangming Fang, and Curtis S. Florence (eds.) Economics and Youth Violence: Crime, Disadvantage, and Community.  New York: NYU Press.
Rosenfeld, Richard, Curtis S. Florence, Xiangming Fang, and Mark Edberg.  2013.  Introduction. In Richard Rosenfeld, Mark Edberg, Xiangming Fang, and Curtis S. Florence (eds).  Economics and Youth Violence: Crime, Disadvantage, and Community.  New York: NYU Press.
Slocum, Lee Ann . 2013. General Strain Theory: Explaining inter- and intra-individual differences in offending. In G. Bruinsma & D. Weisburd (eds.), Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Springer Verlag.
Slocum, Lee Ann. Criminal justice data sources. 2013. In R. Wright (ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in Criminology. New York: Oxford University Press.
Slocum, Lee Ann, Andres F. Rengifo, Tiffany Choi**, and Christopher R. Herrmann. 2013. The Elusive Relationship Between Community Organizations and Crime: An Assessment Across Disadvantaged Areas of the South Bronx. Criminology.
Simpson, Sally S., Carole Gibbs, Melissa Rorie, Lee Ann Slocum, Mark A. Cohen, and Michael Vandenbergh. 2013. An empirical Assessment of Corporate Environmental Crime-Control Strategies. Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology.
Berg, Mark**, Lee Ann Slocum, and Rolf Loeber. 2013. Illegal behavior, neighborhood contexts, and police reporting by victims of violence. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency.
Taylor, Terrance J.  2013. Editorial: Preventing Youth Gang Joining and Facilitating Desistance: Recent findings from a growing field. Criminal Justice Review.
Freng, Adrienne, and Terrance J. Taylor. Race and Ethnicity: What are their roles in gang membership. In Thomas R. Simon, Nancy M. Ritter, and Reshma R. Mahendra (eds.) Changing Course: Preventing gang membership. Atlanta, GA/Washington, DC: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention/National Institute of Justice.
Matsuda, Kristy, Chris Melde**, Terrance J. Taylor, Adrienne Freng, and Finn-Aage Esbensen. 2013. Gang Membership and Adherence to the ‘Code of the Street.’ Justice Quarterly.
Vecchio, J. Michael* . 2013. Once bitten, thrice wise: The varying effects of victimization on routine activities and risk management. Deviant Behavior.
Porter, Lauren and Matt Vogel. 2013. Residential mobility and delinquency revisited: Causation or selection? Journal of Quantitative Criminology. *Authors listed alphabetically
Wiley, Stephanie A.* and Finn-Aage Esbensen. 2013. The Effect of Police Contact: Does Official Intervention Result in Deviance Amplification? Crime & Delinquency.
Wiley, Stephanie A.*, Lee Ann Slocum, and Finn-Aage Esbensen. 2013. The Unintended Consequences of Being Stopped or Arrested: An Exploration of the Labeling Mechanisms Through Which Police Contact Leads to Subsequent Delinquency. Criminology.
Jacques, Scott** and Richard Wright. 2013. How Victimized Drug Traders Mobilize Police. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography.
Topalli, Volkan and Richard Wright. 2013. Affect and the Dynamic Foreground of Predatory Street Crime: Desperation, Anger, and Fear. In J.L. Van Gelder, J.L. and H. Effers (eds.) Affect and Cognition in Offender Decision-Making. New York: Routledge.
Wright, Richard and Volkan Topalli. 2013. Choosing Street Crime. In F. Cullen and P. Wilcox (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Criminological Theory. New York: Oxford University Press.
Jacques, Scott** and Richard Wright. 2013. Drug Dealing and Culture in Suburbia. In F. Cullen and P. Wilcox (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Criminological Theory. New York: Oxford University Press.

See also: Articles in selected peer-reviewed journals (January 2004- January 2010)


Current Funded Research Projects

Elaine Doherty (Principal Investigator). Impact of Life Events on Patterns of Drug Use in an Urban African American Cohort. NIH National Institute on Drug Abuse (2013-2015).
Elaine Doherty and Lee Ann Slocum (Co-Investigators). Crime, Justice, and Urban Life as Seen through HBO’s The Wire. UMSL Curriculum Development Grant (2014-2016).
Finn-Aage Esbensen (Principal Investigator). A Multi-method, Multi-site Study of Gang Desistance. National Institute of Justice (2011-2015).
Shytierra Gaston (Principal Investigator). The Forgotten Cornerstone: A Qualitative Study of the Relatives of Gang Members Who are Returning to Society from Prison. National Science Foundation (2012-2015).
Beth M. Huebner (Principal Investigator). Missouri Statistical Analysis Center Cooperative Agreement: Phase 1. Missouri Department of Public Safety (2014-2015).
Janet Lauritsen (Principal Investigator). Visiting Fellow: National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) Redesign. Bureau of Justice Statistics (2011-2015).
Richard Rosenfeld (Principal Investigator). Transition from Jail to Community. City of Saint Louis (2012-2015).
Lee Ann Slocum (Principal Investigator). The Effect of Prior Police Contact on Victimization Reporting: Results from the Police Public Contact and National Crime Victimization Surveys. National Institute of Justice (2015).

Recently Completed Research Projects

Michael Campbell (Principal Investigator). Explaining Penal Change in the United States: Assessing the Importance of State Institutions and Race. University of Missouri-St. Louis Arts and Sciences Dean’s Research Award (2014)
Elaine Doherty (Principal Investigator). Exploring Violent Careers Over the Life Course: A Study of African American Males and Females. Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation (2012-2014).
Stephanie DiPietro (Principal Investigator) . A Qualitative Study of Bosnian Refugees in St. Louis. University of Missouri St. Louis Arts and Sciences Dean’s Research Award (2012-2013).
Bianca Bersani and Stephanie DiPietro (Co-Principal Investigators). An Examination of the ‘Marriage Effect’ among U.S. Immigrants. W.E.B. Du Bois Fellowship, National Institute of Justice (2011-2013).
Finn-Aage Esbensen (Principal Investigator). Process and Outcome Evaluation of G.R.E.A.T. National Institute of Justice (2006-2013). Co-Investigators: Terrance J. Taylor, D. Wayne Osgood and Dana Peterson.
Beth M. Huebner (Principal Investigator). Recidivism Patterns among Inmates in the Eastern District of Missouri: An Evaluation of the Gang Resistance Intervention Program. University of Missouri St. Louis Arts and Sciences Dean’s Research Award (2011-2013).
David Klinger and Richard Rosenfeld (Co-Principal Investigators). Evaluating the Effects of Police Patrol Strategies on Crime. University of Missouri-St. Louis Arts and Sciences Dean’s Research Award (2014).
David Klinger (Principal Investigator). Promoting Officer Safety Against Violent Attacks Through the Promotion of Safety Culture. Bureau of Justice Assistance/The Institute for Intergovernmental Research (2012-13)
Richard Rosenfeld (Principal Investigator). Evaluating a Researcher-Practitioner Partnership and Field Experiment. National Institute of Justice (2013-2014).
Richard Rosenfeld (Principal Investigator). The Impact of Stop, Question, and Frisk on Crime in New York, 2006 - 2011. Research Foundation of the City University of New York (2012-2014).
Lee Ann Slocum (Principal Investigator). The Potential “Dark Side” of Help Seeking for Victims of Violence: Exploring the Effects of Seeking Assistance on Revictimization Using a Sample of Criminally-Embedded Women. University of Missouri-St. Louis Arts and Sciences Dean’s Research Award (2014-2015).
Richard T. Wright (Principal Investigator) and Timothy E. Dickinson*. Conflict and Social Control among Middle-Class Drug Dealers. University of Missouri Research Board (2012-2013).