Kendall Hunt Authors Present at ACJS 2018

February 1, 2018

BY: Kendall Hunt

If you will be in attendance at ACJS this February, don't miss these Kendall Hunt author presentations!

 

Thursday, February 15, 2018

8-9:15am

Drug Crimes: Pharmaceuticals and Criminal Justice System Response to Opioids

Hilton 1st Floor: Grand Salon 18

Heroin and Opiate Addiction: Catalysts for Change Needed within the Criminal Justice System and Community

Melchor de Guzman, Georgia Gwinnett College

 

8-9:15am

Drug Crimes: The Opioid Epidemic

Hilton 2nd Floor: Chequers

Opiate Deaths and Homicides: Is there a statistical connection in Memphis?

David Hughes McElreath, University of Mississippi

Daniel Adrian Doss, University of West Alabama

 

9:30-10:45am

The “Talk”: Discussions with our Youth Regarding Police Citizen Encounters

Hilton 2nd Floor: Marlborough B

Robert Bing III, University of Texas Arlington

 

11am – 12:15pm

Here a Gangster, There a Gangster, Everywhere a Gangster

Hilton 2nd Floor: Marlborough A

Jeffrey Paul Rush, Troy University

Carter Smith, Middle Tennessee State University

 

12:30-1:45pm

Corrections: Innovations in Rehabilitation

Hilton 1st Floor: Grand Salon 9

Children of Incarcerated Parents Wellness Program in Mississippi

David Hughes McElreath, University of Mississippi

Daniel Adrian Doss, University of West Alabama

 

3:30-4:45pm

Policing: New Trends in Organizational Strategies

Hilton 1st Floor: Grand Salon 10

Body Worn Camera Implementation at a Midsize Upstate New York Law Enforcement Agency

James C. Brown, Utica College


Friday, February 16, 2018

8-9:15am

Courts and Law: Issues with Pre-Trial Detention

Hilton 1st Floor: Grand Salon 6

 

Fitting “As Hand in Glove:” Considering the Implications of the Supreme Court’s Extension of Fourth Amendment Protection to Pretrial Detainees in Manuel v. City of Joliet

George M. Dery III, California State Fullerton

Drug Offenses and Bail

Gabriela Wasileski, University of Baltimore

 

8-9:15am

Negative Police Encounters and the Possible Impact on Police Recruitment and Enrollment into Criminal Justice Degree Programs

Hilton 1st Floor: Grand Salon 12

Eric Coleman, University of North Texas at Dallas

 

9:30-10:45am

White-Collar Crime: Corporations and Corruption

Hilton 2nd Floor: Eglinton Winton

Insider Threat Behaviors in Financial Institutions: Insights from White Collar Crime Investigators and Prosecutors

Melchor de Guzman, Georgia Gwinnett College

 

9:30-10:45am

Juvenile Justice: Understanding Justice Involved Youth

Hilton 2nd Floor: Marlborough A

The Facets of Psychopathy and Suicidal Ideation Among Incarcerated Youth

Moderator: Matt DeLisi, Iowa State University

 

9:30-10:45am

A Needle in a Stack of Needles: NLP Approaches to Use of Force Analysis

Hilton 1st Floor: Grand Salon 10

Matthew Hickman, Seattle University

 

9:30-10:45am

Capital Punishment: Race and Technical Issues

Hilton 1st Floor: Grand Salon 6

Race, Gender, and Death: A Historical Contextualization of Modern Era Executions

Kristie Blevins, Eastern Kentucky University

 

9:30-10:45am

Life Outside of the Ivory Tower: Finding a Healthy Work-Life Balance

Hilton 2nd Floor: Marlborough B

Heather Pfeifer, University of Baltimore

 

11am-12:15pm

Corrections: Meeting and Assessing Population Needs

Hilton 1st Floor: Grand Salon 9

An Examination of the Relationship between Mental Illness, Substance Abuse, and Criminal Behavior among a Rural County Jail Inmate Sample

Kristie Blevins, Eastern Kentucky University

 

11-12:15pm

Fraud and the Internet

Hilton 2nd Floor: Eglinton Winton

Synthetic Identity Fraud

Gerald H. Cliff, National White Collar Crime Center

April Wall-Parker, National White Collar Crime Center

 

2-3:15pm

Internet Crimes: The Impact of Social Networking and Technology

Hilton 2nd Floor: Eglinton Winton

Social Media, Phone Apps, and Crime

Gerald H. Cliff, National White Collar Crime Center

April Wall-Parker, National White Collar Crime Center

 

2-3:15pm

Security and Crime Prevention: Various Topics

Hilton 1st Floor: Grand Salon 21

Checks and Balances: Ensuring the Integrity in Mississippi Crimestoppers Programs

Michael Wigginton Jr., University of Southern Mississippi

David Hughes McElreath, University of Mississippi

Steve Mallory, University of Mississippi

Daniel Adrian Doss, University of West Alabama

 

2-3:15pm

Integrating Online and Face to Face Teaching

Criminal Justice Education/Technology/Online/Distance Education

Hilton 3rd Floor: Newberry

Jeffrey Paul Rush, Troy University

Carter F. Smith, Middle Tennessee State University

 

3:30-5pm

ACJS Research and Pictorial Showcase

Hilton 1st Floor: Grand Ballroom A

Juggalos: Family or Gang? A Participant Observational Study

Christopher J. Przemieniecki, West Chester University

Victimization and the Impact on Inmate Behavior

Gabriela Wasileski, University of Baltimore


Saturday, February 17, 2018

8-9:15am

ACJS Doctoral Summit Networking Breakfast (By Invitation Only)

Hilton 2nd Floor: Marlborough B

Heather Pfeifer, University of Baltimore

 

8-9:15am

Teaching Criminal Justice in the Age of Trump

Hilton 3rd Floor: Trafalgar

Francisco Alatorre, New Mexico State University

 

8-9:15am

Sex Crimes and Human Trafficking

Hilton 1st Floor: Grand Salon 24

A Transcendental Phenomenological Investigation into the Victimology of Human Sex Trafficking in Maine

Steve Dyer, Thomas College

 

8-9:15am

Policing: Emerging Issues in Administration and Management

Hilton 1st Floor: Grand Salon 12

Should Politicians and Police Managers Instruct their Police Officers to Stand Down during Acts of Civil Disobedience?

Michael Wigginton Jr., University of Southern Mississippi

David Hughes McElreath, University of Mississippi

Steve Mallory, University of Mississippi

 

8-9:15am

Juvenile Justice: Sentencing Outcomes

Hilton 3rd Floor: Norwich

Lasting Impacts of the Get Tough Era on Juvenile Sentencing

Megan Kurlychek, University at Albany

 

8-9:15am

Organized Crime: Gangs, Drugs, and Terrorism

Hilton 1st Floor: Grand Salon 16

Gangs, Organized Crime and Terrorism Revisited

Carter F. Smith, Middle Tennessee State University

Jeffrey Paul Rush, Troy University

 

9:30-10:45am

Policing: Emerging Issues in Police Training

Hilton 1st Floor: Grand Salon 22

The Challenges of Ensuring Standardization and Validation in Basic Law Enforcement Training In Mississippi

Steve Mallory, University of Mississippi

Michael Wigginton Jr., University of Southern Mississippi

David Hughes McElreath, University of Mississippi

Carl J. Jensen, The Citadel

Daniel Adrian Doss, University of West Alabama

 

11am - 12:15pm

Qualitative Research Methods

Hilton 1st Floor: Grand Salon 15

Re-imagining a Social Identity: Social Service Providers’ Perceptions of Undocumented Immigrant Youth’s Sense of Belonging

Francisco Alatorre, New Mexico State University

 

11am - 12:15pm

Succeeding as a Community College Instructor

Hilton 3rd Floor: Durham

Christopher Utecht, College of Lake County

 

2-3:15pm

Teaching Pedagogy: What the University Can Do

Hilton 3rd Floor: Trafalgar

Dual Enrollment Classes in Criminal Justice and Their Possible Effects on College and University Criminal Justice Programs

Carter F. Smith, Middle Tennessee State University

 

2-3:15pm

Sex Crimes: Universities, Deception, and Extortion

Hilton 1st Floor: Grand Salon 16

Campus Sexual Assault Policy in a New Era

Christina Mancini, Virginia Commonwealth University