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About the Authors

Kimberly D. Hassell

E-mail address: hassell@uwm.edu

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Background
Dr. Kimberly D. Hassell (Ph.D., University of Nebraska-Omaha, 2005) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Dr. Hassell teaches both graduate and undergraduate courses including Police and the Multicultural Community; Women and Policing; Race, Crime and Criminal Justice; Criminal Court Systems; and Introduction to Criminal Justice. Research interests include police organizational behavior, police decision-making, racial/ethnic minorities and the criminal justice system, and women in policing.

Dr. Hassell has participated in several studies of police behavior, studying such issues as organizational culture, police behavior, complaints of police misconduct, workplace climate, promotional issues, among others. She has published articles in professional journals, including Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, Police Quarterly and Journal of Criminal Justice. She is the author of two books: Police Organizational Cultures and Patrol Practices. Dr. Hassell currently serves on the Editorial Advisory Board for Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management. She is also a frequent presenter at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, American Society of Criminology and Midwestern Criminal Justice Association conferences.

Her current research projects include a study of problem-oriented policing in a small, Midwestern city, juveniles' perceptions of the police, and sexual assault case processing by police investigators in a large, municipal police department.

 

Carol A. Archbold

E-mail address: carol.archbold@ndsu.edu

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Education
Ph.D., University of Nebraska, Omaha, 2002
M.A., University of North Dakota, 1997
B.A., University of North Dakota, 1995

Background
Carol A. Archbold is an Associate Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Political Science at North Dakota State University in Fargo, ND.  Her research interests include women in policing, police liability and accountability, police processing of sexual assault cases, and issues related to race and the criminal justice system. She has published several journal articles in Police Quarterly, Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, Journal of Criminal Justice, and the Journal of Crime and Justice.  Dr. Archbold conducted the first study on the use of risk management by police agencies in the United States.  This study is featured in her book Police Accountability, Risk Management and Legal Advising (LFB Scholarly Publishing, New York, NY, 2004).  Dr. Archbold is currently writing Introduction to Policing: A Text/Reader which will be included in the Criminology & Criminal Justice Text/Reader series for Sage Publications in 2012.  In addition, she is currently working on several research projects including a study of the processing of sexual assault cases by police officers; a study focused on the career paths of female chiefs of police on university/college campuses; and evaluations of a domestic violence program and a sexual abuse program for elementary children.

 

 

 

Dorothy Moses Schulz

E-mail address: dschulz@jjay.cuny.edu

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Education
P.H.D., New York University, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (American Studies/History), 1992
M.A. John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Criminal Justice), 1973
B.A., New York University (Journalism), 1966

Background
Dorothy Moses Schulz, Ph.D., a professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY), teaches courses in law enforcement, police management, police history, and women in policing. She is the author of From Social Worker to Crimefighter: Women in United States Municipal Policing (Praeger, 1995) and Breaking the Brass Ceiling: Women Police Chiefs & Their Paths to The Top (Praeger, 2004). A retired police captain, she is a life member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and the International Association of Women Police (IAWP). She has worked with the Federal Transit Administration (U.S. Department of Transportation) on developing procedures and guidelines for security for new rail systems and for those extending their existing transit systems. She has also worked with the FTA to develop audit procedures for transit agencies and on updating policies for threat assessments and safety and security management. Dr. Schulz has written on issues in transit policing, including in 2010-2011 the use of video surveillance technology by transit agencies as part of their policing and risk management strategies. She has published widely on historical and current issues involving women in law enforcement in such journals as Police Quarterly, Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, New York History, and Women & Criminal Justice and has spoken before numerous academic and professional groups throughout the United States, in Canada, Great Britain, and Australia.