Our faculty were active with their research and in the field of criminal justice in 2022.
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, NV (March 2022)
- Marla Sandys was part of a panel discussion on “Death Penalty Scholarship.”
- Natalie Hipple was part of a panel discussion on an examination of a court-ordered program for gun-involved youth.
American Society of Criminology (ASC) Annual Meeting in Atlanta, GA (November 2022)
- Jon Brauer presented with Jacob C. Day on “Moral Filtering and Criminal Choice Processes: A Replication and Extension.”
- Fiona Chan was a panel participant for the “Students-Meet-New-Faculty: Professional Development Advice (sponsored by the Division of White-Collar and Corporate Crime).”
- Tri Keah Henry co-presented with Howard Henderson on “Pathways to Offense Charging: Examining Decisions to File Charges via Grand Jury Indictment or Information Processes.” She was also a panel participant on “Part II: Reclaiming Our Stories: Centering the Voices, Experiences, and Expertise of Black, Indigenous, and Women of Color on the Carceral State.”
- Natalie Hipple presented on the “Preliminary Evaluation of a Court-Ordered Youth Gun Violence Prevention Program” with Stuart D. Lewis and Theodore Lentz.
- Mim Northcutt Bohmert presented on “Supervision Officers’ Attitudes and Enforcement of Fines and Fees: A Multi-State Study” with Michelle Ying. She also was a co-presenter with Troy Hatfield, Evan Marie Lowder, Eric Grommon, and Michelle Ying on “Fewer Rules, Better Changes: Reducing Conditions of Probation to Improve Probation Success.” Additionally, she was a co-presenter on “The Role of Probation Revocation in Future Criminal Justice Involvement: An 8-Year Retrospective Study.”
- Jennifer O’Neill presented on “Authority Figures in the Carceral School Environment: Exploring ‘Cross-Over’ in Youth Perceptions of Teachers and Police.”
Dr. Fiona Chan presented on “Fraud Examination with Machine Learning” at the Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Association of Forensic Accounting (virtual).
Dr. Natalie Hipple was an invited presenter through the IU College of Arts and Science Food for Thought Livestream Series on “Urban Gun Violence: Building Knowledge for Solutions.”
Dr. Tri Keah Henry was the Keynote Speaker at the Women in Government at IU for their International Women’s Day observance. She was also a panelist for the IU School of Public Health on “Restoring Health and Hope: From Incarcerated to Liberated.”
Dr. Arvind Verma was invited to talk several times in August during his travels to India. First at the IIT-Kanpur Institute Lecture on “Police as Problem Solvers.” He was the Keynote Address at the ‘Policing Elections in India: Contemporary Challenges’ to Virtual International Conference on “Policing in India: Contemporary Issues, Challenges and Way Forward” at Shankar Rao Chavan Law College, Pune. Dr. Verma gave a special online address to the National Police Academy, Hyderabad on “Big Data Analysis: Applications in Indian Policing” to Phase V-Mid Career Training Program for IPS officers (25+ years of service).
Verma, A. (2022). ‘She Must Not Die’: Extraordinary Tales of Policing India- My Life in the Service, Thompson Reuters India.
Eterno, J.A., Verma, A. and Silverman, E.B. (eds) (2022). Counting Crime: An Exercise in Police Discretion, Routledge.
Henry, T.K. The Guardian. “How a Single Case Challenged the LA Prosecutor’s Reform Agenda: ‘Nobody is Happy’.”
Northcutt Bohmert, M, Ying, M., Diaz, C., Lowder, E, and Grommon, E. The Herald-Times. “Column: Research Team Working to Find a New Way to Approach Probation and Reduce Recidivism.”
Chan, F., Gibbs, C. (2022). Opportunity and Corporate Financial Crime: The Role of Offender-Guardian Overlap. Criminology, 60(2): 321-341. 10.1111/1745-9125.12300
Reynolds, A. E., Hipple, N. K., Hancher-Rauch, H. & Moore, E. (2022). Unintentional Nonfatal Shootings: Using Police Data to Provide Context. Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 24: 211-223. doi.org/10.1057/s41300-022-00155-z
Hipple, N.K. (2022). Towards a National Definition and Database for Nonfatal Shooting Incidents. Journal of Urban Health, 99: 361-372. doi: 10.1007/s11524-022-00638-2
Hipple, N.K. & Hunter, B.D. (2022). The Use of Force in Higher Education Policing: Implications for Policy and Practice. Policing: A Journal of Policy & Practice,16(3): 476-492. doi: 10.1093/police/paac032
Lowder, E., Northcutt Bohmert, M., Diaz, C., Ying, M., Grommon, E., and Hatfield, T. (2022). Patterns of Compliance and Noncompliance During Probation: Identifying Pathways to Probation Revocation. Crime and Delinquency. doi: 10.1177/00111287221143942
Roddy, A., Merry M., and Northcutt Bohmert, M. (2022). Spatial Mismatch, Race and Ethnicity, and Unemployment: Implications for Interventions with Women on Probation and Parole.” Crime & Delinquency, 68(12): 2175-2199. doi: 10.1177/00111287211046520
Diaz, C., Ying, M., Northcutt Bohmert, M, Meckes, Jessica, and Farrell, M. (2022). The Hidden Practice of Utilizing Bonds to Cover Legal Financial Obligations. Federal Sentencing Reporter, 34(2-3): 119–127. doi: 10.1525/fsr.2022.34.2-3.119
Thomas, K., O’Neill, J., and Loughran, T. (2022). “Estimating Latent Preferences for Crime: Implications for Rational Choice, Identity, and Desistance Theories.” Justice Quarterly. doi: 10.1080/07418825.2022.2051586
Pruss, H., Sandys, M., & Walsh, S.M. (2022). ‘Listen, Hear My Side, Back Me Up’: What Clients Want from Public Defenders. Justice System Journal, 43(1): 6-25. doi: 10.1080/0098261X.2021.2011496
Verma, A. and Swetha, N. (2022). Process Oriented Intervention for Citizen-Friendly and Accountable Policing, Indian Journal of Criminology, 50(1): 1-16.
Srivastava, N. and Verma, A. (2022). Practical Artificial Intelligence Applications for Indian Police, Indian Police Journal, Jan V 1.