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James A. Fagin, Ph.D. (Southern Illinois University — Carbondale)
Professor and Director Criminal Justice Studies
Lincoln College — Normal
717 West Raab Road, Normal, Illinois 67107
Business phone: 309-268-4310 email: email@example.com
Criminal Justice Brief Edition. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon, 2007 (pp. 479)
Criminal Justice, 2nd edition. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon, 2007 (pp. 782)
Criminal Justice 2005 Update. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon, 2005 (pp., 584)
When Terrorism Strikes Home: Defending the United States. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon, 2005. (pp. 322)
Criminal Justice, Texas High School Edition. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon, 2004.
Criminal Justice 1st edition. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon, 2003. (pp. 566)
Introduction to Criminal Justice, 2nd edition. Geneva, Illinois: Paladin House of the Farley Court of Publishers, 1985. (Co-author, Dae H. Chang) [First edition published under same title, 1981.]Chapters in Books
"Security Management Policy for the Personal Computer," in Computers in Criminal Justice: Issues and Applications, Frank Schmalleger, Editor, Wyndham Hall Press, 1990.
"Why the Police Cannot Stop Crime: A Call for Police Reorganization," in Critical Issues in Criminal Justice, R.G. Iacovetta and D.H. Chang (eds.), Carolina Academic Press, 1978
Articles on Computer crime, police unions, security technology, and terrorism published in the United States and Japan
Conference presentations on Cut-back management, Presidential Candidate protection, sexual assault programs, race and criminal justice, FERBA and discrimination compliance, use of polygraph examinations in law enforcement, and off-campus criminal justice education programs.
Law Enforcement Experience:
Reserve Police Office Kansas City, Kansas Police Department 1976-1980
Training Officer and Polygraph Examiner, Wyandotte County Sheriff’s Department (Kansas), 1977-1980
United States Department of Justice, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, Seminar Professional for the following courses: management, research, and planning.
HISTORY OF EMPLOYMENT
Dean of Graduate Studies and Research, East Stroudsburg University
President Kima International School of Theology, Kima, East Kenya
Professor and Department Chair Criminal Justice, Chaminade University of Honolulu
Criminal Justice Outreach Coordinator, Which State University
AWARDS AND HONORS
§ “Outstanding Contributions to the Advancement of Public Administration Education,” American Society for Public Administration, 1994. Hawaii Public Administration Award.
§ Certification of Appreciation, The Judiciary, State of Hawaii, Office of Administrative Director,
§ Listed in Who’s Who in Education, 5th Edition Western States
§ Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
§ Iota Gamma Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma National Honor Society (Criminal Justice)
§ Phi Lambda Alpha Honor Society
§ Pi Kappa Delta, Nevada Alpha Chapter (Vice President)
Grant Director and Principal Investigator for the following grants:
· Pro-social Skills for Adult Female Offenders, Department of Corrections,
· HawaiiEmployment Training for Displaced Workers. WorkHawaii, City and County of Honolulu.
· Evaluation of Procedures in the Selection of Entry-Level Personnel for the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Department (KS), Sedgwick Office of Personnel Services
Member Board of Directors John Howard Association of Hawaii
President American Society for Public Administration Hawaii Chapter
President Hawaii Criminal Justice Educators Association
Member Board of Directors Residential Homes for Boys (Wichita, KS)
Number television and radio interviews and expert commentator
State of Kansas Attorney General's Victim's Rights Task Force. Member of Subcommittee on Prevention Education,
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