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CURRICULUM VITA, D. LEE GILBERTSON



PERSONAL DATA

Clearances: Secret, 1978–1984;
Top Secret SCI, 1984–1993
Disability: 20%, Dept. of Veterans Affairs

PRESENT POSITION

2000–Present Associate Professor of Criminal Justice

Crime and Justice in America (CJS–111), Organization and Administration in Criminal Justice (CJS–411), Internship (CJS–444), Critical Issues in Law Enforcement (CJS–420), Theories of Crime and Justice (CJS–486/586), Criminal Justice Research Methods (CJS–487/587), Senior Thesis (CJS–488), Spatio–Temporal Crime Analysis (CJS–496/596), Introduction to Gang Issues (CJS–401), Intermediate Gang Studies (CJS–451), Advanced Gang Studies (CJS–490), Fundamentals of U.S. Gangs (CJS–502), Focused Gang Studies (CJS–552), Special Gang Studies (CJS–591), Independent Study (CJS–299, 399, 499), Practicum (CJS–644), Readings (CJS–650), and Current Problems and Issues in Criminal Justice (CJS–681), Thesis (CJS–699).

CIVILIAN EDUCATION

2002 Ph.D., Sociology

Western Michigan University (WMU), Kalamazoo, MI

1996 M.S., Criminal Justice

St. Cloud State University (SCSU), St. Cloud, MN

1995 B.S., Liberal Arts

University of the State of New York, Albany, NY

CERTIFICATIONS

2007 Master Level V Gang Specialist

with a focus in Cults, Satanism, and Gangs
National Gang Crime Research Center (NGCRC)
Peotone/Chicago, IL

2006 Master Level IV Gang Specialist

with a focus in Gangs and Drugs
NGCRC, Peotone/Chicago, IL

2005 Master Level III Gang Specialist

with a focus in Spatio–Temporal Gang Analysis
NGCRC, Peotone/Chicago, IL

2004 Master Level II Gang Specialist

with a focus in Behavioral Science/Threat Analysis
NGCRC, Peotone/Chicago, IL

2003 Master Level Gang Specialist

with a focus in Domestic Counter–Terrorism
NGCRC, Peotone/Chicago, IL

2002 Professional Level Gang Specialist

with a focus in Gang Internet Investigation
NGCRC, Peotone/Chicago, IL

2001 Expert Level II Gang Specialist

with a focus in Management and Supervision Skills
NGCRC, Peotone/Chicago, IL

2000 Expert Level Gang Specialist

with a focus in Gang Prevention Skills
NGCRC, Peotone/Chicago, IL

1998 Advanced Gang Specialist

with a focus in Gang Homicide Investigation
NGCRC, Peotone/Chicago, IL

1997 Primary Gang Specialist Program

NGCRC, Peotone/Chicago, IL

MILITARY EDUCATION

1993 Basic Instructor Training Course

1991 Signals Intelligence Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course

1990 Unit Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention and Control Officer and Noncommissioned Officer Course

1989 Primary Leadership Course

1986 Battalion Training Management System Course

1986 Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Warfare Defense Officer and Noncommissioned Officer Course

1985 Signals Intelligence Analyst Course

1984 Czech Basic Language Course

1980 Infantry Mortar Platoon Course

1978 Infantry Officer Basic Course

1978 Officer Candidate School

1978 Norwegian Winter Operations Course

1977 Indirect–fire Infantryman (Mortar Crewman) Training

1977 Basic Combat Training

HONORS AND AWARDS

2005 Frederic Milton Thrasher Award

for Scholarly Achievement, awarded by the NGCRC

2005 Distinguished Service Award

awarded by the NGCRC

2002 Frederic Milton Thrasher Award

for Exemplary Teaching and Mentoring on Gang Research Issues,
awarded by the NGCRC

2001 Outstanding Scholarly Achievement

Department of Sociology, WMU

1996 SCSU EAGLE Award

Experience A Greater Living Environment Award
Outstanding Community Service, Individual Category

1990 Army Achievement Medal (6th Award)

1989 Army Achievement Medal (5th Award)

1989 Army Achievement Medal (4th Award)

1989 Honor Graduate

Primary Leadership Development Course

1988 Army Commendation Medal

1986 Army Achievement Medal (3rd Award)

1986 Army Achievement Medal (2nd Award)

1986 Distinguished Honor Graduate

Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Warfare Defense
Officer and Noncommissioned Officer Course

1984 Army Achievement Medal (1st Award)

1984 Honor Graduate

Signals Intelligence Analyst Course

1984 Third Place

Greco–Roman Wrestling, 67 kg weight class, Regional Trials,
XXIII Olympic Games, Los Angeles, CA

1978 Expert Infantryman Badge

1976 Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award

Blue Earth High School, Blue Earth, MN

TEACHING & RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

October 2007 Faculty Participant

Presented 2 one–hour lectures entitled "Victimization and Victimity in the United States" and "Geographical Information Systems (GIS) Applications for Better Serving Victims" as part of the Victimology Program in the Department of Bioethics at the University of Bari, Bari, Italy.

April 2007 Instructor

Presented an eight–hour block of instruction on gangs to in–service professionals at Northland Community and Technical College, Thief River Falls, MN.

August 2005–2007 Track Coordinator and Instructor

Coordinated a specialization track entitled "Spatio–Temporal Gang Analysis," and taught a 3–hour block of instruction entitled "Introduction to Spatio–Temporal Gang Analysis" at the 8th, 9th and 10th International Gang Specialist Training Conference of the NGCRC in Chicago.

May 2005 Faculty Participant

Presented a one–hour lecture and discussion entitled "Geographical Information Systems (GIS) Applications for Better Serving Victims" at the 21st International Post–Graduate Seminar on Victims, Victim Assistance and Criminal Justice, Inter–University Center, Dubrovnik, Croatia.

May 2004 Faculty Participant

Presented a two–hour lecture and discussion entitled "Terrorism and Victimization: How and Why it Works" at the 20th International Post–Graduate Seminar on Victims, Victim Assistance and Criminal Justice, Inter–University Center, Dubrovnik, Croatia.

May 2003 Faculty Participant

Presented a two–hour lecture and discussion entitled "Terrorism and Victimization: How and Why it Works" at the 19th International Post–Graduate Seminar on Victims, Victim Assistance and Criminal Justice, Inter–University Center, Dubrovnik, Croatia.

August 2000 Instructor

Provided a 1–hour lecture and discussion session entitled "The Gang Logos and Social Pathos Cycle: How Theory and Research Can Enrich, and be Enriched by, Community Responses to Gangs" at the 7th International Gang Specialist Training Conference of the NGCRC in Chicago.

Winter–Summer 1999 Adjunct Faculty

Providing a self–paced course, "Organization and Administration in Criminal Justice" (CJS–411), through the Center for Continuing Studies, SCSU.

1997–1998 Graduate Research Assistant

Performed research on undergraduate and graduate student issues for the Vice President of Academic Affairs, Office of the Provost, Western Michigan University.

May 1996 Faculty Participant

Presented a brief lecture and conducted an open discussion entitled "A Victimological Perspective of Warfare: An Overview of Its Affects on Civilians, Soldiers, Nations and the World" at the 11th International Post–Graduate Seminar on Victims, Victim Assistance and the Criminal Justice System, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

1995–1996 Coordinator, Justice Research Center

Analyzed statistical information in support of the center at SCSU and other agencies' research projects. Assisted undergraduate and graduate students in researching their required course papers and theses by providing direction to resources and instruction in research skills, paper format, methods, and content as requested by the students.

Summer 1994 Teaching Assistant

Recorded attendance for 2 undergraduate classes of approximately 36 students. Graded multiple–choice answers for the Juvenile Delinquency (SOC 366) class, and both multiple–choice and short essay answers for the Criminology (SOC 367) class. Conducted research as directed by the professor and presented it in class.

1992–1993 Intelligence Collection Management Instructor

Instructed officer and enlisted soldiers on intelligence collection asset management techniques utilizing a computerized processing, analysis and dissemination system––the All Source Analysis System.

1991–1992 Signals Intelligence Analyst Instructor

Duty in–garrison: prepared a one week analyst technical refresher and enhancement course that was conducted at the III Corps Intelligence Contingency and Readiness Center. Developed the course schedule, lesson plans and examinations, working aids, and a three–day signals intelligence scenario.

1989 Noncommissioned Officer–in–Charge

Trained a senior Noncommissioned Officer who had come from non–tactical assignments on the functions and responsibilities of the shift supervisor within the unit during tactical conditions.

1985–1987 Intelligence Collection Asset Manager

Researched, developed and introduced an Army Training and Evaluation Program for this unit and presented it to the Officer–in–Charge for consideration. Although the document was not implemented, several of the concepts were adopted; specifically, the structure and functioning of the Operations Section.

1987 Tae Kwon Do Instructor

Taught beginner level classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays to volunteer soldiers from the unit during the winter months as an alternative to company physical fitness training sessions.

1987 Self–Defense Instructor

Co–instructed a self–defense class at the German–American Contact Club for two months. Classes were taught in Hoch Deutsch (High German) and in some of the local dialect (Augsburger Bayerisch).

1984–1985 Training Coordinator and Primary Tactical Instructor

Performed voluntarily during off–duty hours with an extracurricular student activity (the Battalion Tactical Platoon). Coordinated training, prepared lesson plans and conducted classes in garrison and in the field on maneuver operations, and rappelling to enhance intelligence analysts' understanding of tactical operations and their personal skills.

1984 Greco–Roman Wrestling Team Coach

Established and independently coached a Greco–Roman wrestling team at the Monterey Senior High School (Monterey, CA) to compliment the existing free–style wrestling team at the school. Assisted with the coordination of a fund raising banquet for both teams and helped serve tables during the banquet.

1983–1984 Assistant Varsity Wrestling Coach

In this voluntary position at the Monterey Senior High School, conducted warm–up routines and drills. Assisted the senior coach with demonstrating moves. Worked selectively after practice with wrestlers who demonstrated a greater interest in self–improvement of their skills.

1978–1981 Rifle Platoon Leader

Coordinated and conducted several 2nd Battalion weapons live–fire ranges during annual training cycles and a winter course on patrolling techniques for the 47th Infantry Division.

LEADERSHIP & ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

1995–1996 Coordinator, Justice Research Center

Established office procedures and a filing scheme for this new center. Assisted with the compilation of the center's budget and immediate material demands. Conducted liaison with department faculty. Orchestrated research presented by the center's director, and developed ideas for additional research projects. Identified potential research grant providers and assisted with the writing of proposals.

1992–1993 Intelligence Collection Management Instructor (Senior Engineer, Logistics)

Maintained sensitive compartmented intelligence information databases and files. Updated existing lesson plans to reflect software upgrades. Identified and recommended software changes via appropriate channels to the project directorate at Fort Huachuca, AZ.

1991–1992 Third Squad Leader and Intelligence Asset Manager

Duty during field training deployments: directed the tasking of divisional intelligence collection assets during field exercises.

1991 Support Team Leader

Developed computer database formats and hardcopy forms for recording various intelligence processes and position tasking/staffing at the III Corps Intelligence Contingency and Readiness Center. Began preliminary research and writing of a standard operating procedures manual for the facility.

1990–1991 Operations Director

Directed the establishment of daily operations (24–hour operations in 2 shifts) for this new target area analytical team during Operation Desert Shield and into Operation Desert Storm. Responded to requests from intelligence consumers and oversaw dissemination of incoming messages to appropriate analysts. Maintained the Ground Order of Battle Situation Map, and conducted analysis on various radio networks. Chaired the daily briefing for visiting officials and Corps commanders, and provided the overall assessment of the situation. Briefed the Deputy Director, Army Intelligence Agency, during his on–site visit.

1989–1990 Analytical Team Leader

Responsible for the establishment of a new analytical team. Directed the formation of computer databases and formats, hard copy information files, and a team standard operating procedures manual.

1989 Noncommissioned Officer in Charge

Responsible for the scheduling of on–duty analysts and off–duty guard mounts during the night shift on Exercise Golden Saber XVI. Supervised and quality controlled the analytical mission, formulated the situation assessment, and compiled the nightly intelligence summary report for transmission. Directed the information pass–on and briefing to the day crew at shift change.

1989 Target Area Analyst

Developed a computer database for a new target area.

1988 Intelligence Reporter

Assisted in the revision of the Processing Section's standard operating procedures manual.

1987–1988 Shift Supervisor and Senior Shift Analyst

Directed shift operations as part of the Tactical Liaison Office within the Regional Special Support Center–Central Region. Scheduled three rotating shifts.

1987 American Liaison and Coordinator

Responsibilities during the annual German–American Friendship Fest (U.S. Military Community, Augsburg, FRG): scheduled ticket booth personnel for American concessions; processed receipts and disbursements of cash boxes in U.S. Dollars and Deutsch Marks; provided liaison with the German civilian coordinators, German Polizei (police), and U.S. Army finance personnel.

1985–1987 Intelligence Collection Asset Manager

Responsible for direct tasking of specific European theater intelligence collection assets. Assisted with the drafting of recommended tasking for V and VII Corps assets, national assets, and an aerial reconnaissance program. Researched, developed and introduced a formatted message to expedite in–house and intra–theater procedures for ad hoc intelligence collection opportunities––this document was adopted.

1985 Battalion Annual Organization Day Coordinator

Orchestrated sports competitions, recreational activities for the family members, entertainment, food and drink. Coordinated 3 companies and 4 detachments located throughout Germany, Italy and England. Acted as liaison to our German partnership unit.

1984–1985 Assistant Platoon Sergeant

Performed as an additional duty while attending school. Maintained training records for one of the student platoons, approximately 60 soldiers. Marched students from billeting to the classroom. Provided counseling as required.

1983–1984 Company D Representative to the Command Council for Human Relations/Equal Opportunity

Researched and revised the command and company level standard operating procedures manuals. Processed complaints and providing counseling as required.

1978–1981 Rifle Platoon Leader

Revised a major portion of the company's combat standard operating procedures manual.

GENERALIZED MILITARY EXPERIENCE

Primary Duty Positions

1985–1992 Noncommissioned Officer and Electronic Warfare/Signals Intelligence Analyst

Teaching. Provided special instruction to analysts when necessary to supplement their knowledge of probable courses of action available to the enemy in the tactical and strategic environment; responsible for oversight of, and conducted instruction of new soldiers in target–specific analytical techniques.

Administrative. Provided counseling on a periodic basis and as required; supervised and conducted physical fitness training sessions; conducted inspections and inventories of equipment; scheduled analyst shifts; acted as liaison between higher and lower echelons as required; quality controlled analysts work and out–going messages; responsible for, and maintained computer and hardcopy databases; requested information from other intelligence elements, and provided daily intelligence assessment of target area(s).

1978–1983 Infantry Officer and Platoon Leader

Teaching. Conducted platoon classes on basic soldier skills, advanced maneuver tactics and on fire–direction plotting procedures as required.

Administrative. Conducted individual soldier and platoon equipment inventories and inspections; supervised and conducted physical fitness training sessions; counseled soldiers on a periodic basis and as required; maintained personnel training and counseling records; planned platoon yearly training schedules and supervised training sessions.

Additional Duty Positions

1990–1992 Unit Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention and Control Officer (a.k.a., ADCO)

Teaching. Coordinated training with the Battalion ADCO.

Administrative. Collected urinalysis samples at company level and assisted with intra–battalion collections. Maintained chain–of–custody records and provided for security of bottles prior to, and after use. Advised the commander during follow–up actions.

1985–1990 Nuclear, Biological and Chemical (NBC) Warfare Defense Noncommissioned Officer

Teaching. Prepared lesson plans and instructed the various company NBC defense teams in garrison and in the field; and assisted in battalion level training.

Administrative. Responsible for nearly one–quarter (1985–88) and one–half (1988–90) million dollars worth of NBC equipment and chemicals; performed monthly and quarterly inventories, equipment calibrations and maintenance; and wrote and implemented a new company NBC standard operating procedures (1985–88).

MISCELLANEOUS EXPERIENCE

1999–2000 Product Specialist

Worked part–time as a salesman in the computer department at Best Buy. Responsible for the presentation of systems, peripheral devices, and internal components; taught customers how to use and maintain equipment; and provided in–store and telephonic trouble–shooting assistance.

1994–1995 Legal Process Server

Worked independently for 3 agencies and covered the southern two–thirds of Minnesota: 2 collection agencies and 1 private investigator. Served 292 summons and complaints, 21 orders to show cause, 1 divorce process, and 1 eviction process. Attempted 2 court subpoenas. The ratio of actual services to attempted services was 1:1.65 for a success of 61.64 percent, and a total of $220,519.64 recoverable.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

2001–Present Reviewing Editor, Journal of Gang Research, National Gang Crime Research Center

1997–Present National Gang Crime Research Center

1996–Present Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences and its International Section

1996–Present American Society of Criminology and its International Division

1996–Present World Society of Victimology

(in consultative status with the U.N. and Council of Europe.)

PROFESSIONAL PAPERS & SESSIONS

November 2007 Panel Session Chair

Gangs in the Western Hemisphere.
Annual Meeting, American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.

August 2006 Presenter

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Applications for Better Serving Victims.
12th International Symposium, Orlando, FL.
Hosted by the World Society of Victimology.

March 2006 Co–Presenter

An Examination of the Factors Associated with Victimization in Schools.
Co–presented with Drs. Dick Andzenge and Richard Lawrence.
Annual Meeting, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Baltimore, MD.

November 2005 Co–Presenter

An Examination of Disorder, Discipline Problems, and Victimization in Schools.
Co–presented with Drs. Dick Andzenge and Richard Lawrence.
Annual Meeting, American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Ontario.

March 2005 Presenter

Gangs in the Law: A Content Analysis of Statutory Definitions for the Term Gang.
Annual Meeting, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, IL.

May 2004 Participant

The 7th Annual International Crime Mapping Research Conference.
Sponsored by the National Institute of Justice, Boston, MA.

March 2004 Co–Presenter

Lives of Violence: An Analysis of Adolf Hitler, Josef Stalin, and Saddam Hussein.
Co–presented with Heidi Wagamon.
Annual Meeting, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Las Vegas, NV.

November 2003 Panel Session Chair

Qualitative and Historical Studies on the Subjective Aspects of Deviance.
Annual Meeting, American Society of Criminology, Denver, CO.

November 2003 Presenter

The Ancestors Speak: Relating the Past to Today's Gangs.
Annual Meeting, American Society of Criminology, Denver, CO.

October 2003 Presenter

A History of 20th Century Gang Studies: What Have They Told Us About Gangs?
Annual Meeting, Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chicago, IL.

March 2003 Discussant

Criminal Justice Curriculum: What do students think?
Annual Meeting, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, MA.

November 2002 Presenter

The Inductive Content Analysis Research Method.
Annual Meeting, American Society of Criminology, Chicago, IL.

October 2002 Presenter

The Inductive Content Analysis Research Method.
Annual Meeting, Sociologists of Minnesota, St. Cloud, MN.

March 2002 Panel Session Chair

Correlates and Theory of Crime.
Annual Meeting, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Anaheim, CA.

March 2002 Presenter

Exploring Gang Member Migration into Minnesota.
Annual Meeting, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Anaheim, CA.

April 2001 Co–Presenter

What are They Telling Us about Gangs?
Co–presented with undergraduate student Bartholomew Wiese.
Annual Meeting, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Washington, D.C.

August 2000 Co–Presenter

A Survey of Victims' Perceptions of Domestic Violence Advocacy.
Co–presented with Dr. Dick Andzenge.
10th International Symposium, Montreal, Canada.
Hosted by the World Society of Victimology.

August 1997 Research Assistant and Attendee

The 9th International Symposium, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Provided research assistance for a paper on victims' rights in Minnesota, and attended the presentation given by Dr. Dick Andzenge at the symposium.
Hosted by the World Society of Victimology.

March 1996 Co–Presenter

Meeting the Needs of Today's Criminal Justice Student: A Program Assessment.
Co–presented with Dr. Dick Andzenge.
Annual Meeting, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada.

March 1996 Presenter

The Prenatal Biosocialization Theory.
Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada.

SCHOLARLY WORKS

Academic Works

2002

Gilbertson, D. Lee (2002, June). What have they told us about gangs?
A content analysis of Twentieth Century texts on U.S. gangs (Doctoral dissertation,
Western Michigan University, 2002).

Dissertation Abstracts International, 64, 668A.
(ISBN: 0–496–28110–0)

1996

Gilbertson, D. Lee (1996, August). An Integrative Review of
Criminological Theory: Determining the Extent to Which the Scope
Conditions of Time and Location Have Been Addressed.
Unpublished master's thesis, Saint Cloud State University.

Published Research Articles

2005

Gilbertson, D. Lee, & Malinski, Seth J. (2005, Fall). Gangs in
the law: A content analysis of statutory definitions for the term
"Gang."
Journal of Gang Research, 13(1), 1–16.

1996

Gilbertson, D. Lee (1996, Winter). Inappropriate Human
Aggression.
CJS Bulletin. St. Cloud, MN: Department of
Criminal Justice, Saint Cloud State University.

Published Book Reviews

2007

Gilbertson, D. Lee (2007, December). [Review of the book Space,
Time, and Crime].
Criminal Justice Review, 32(4).

2007

Gilbertson, D. Lee (2007). [Review of the book Gangs in Court].
Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, 5(1), 81–85.

2006

Gilbertson, D. Lee, & Malinski, Seth J. (2006, March). [Review of
the book Confronting Gangs: Crime and Community (2nd ed.)].
Criminal Justice Review, 31(1), 86–87.

1995

Gilbertson, D. Lee (1995, Fall). [Review of the book Nature's
Thumbprint: The New Genetics of Personality].
CJS Bulletin.
St. Cloud, MN: Department of Criminal Justice, Saint Cloud State University.

Published Lecture Materials

2006

Gilbertson, D. Lee (2006). Introduction to spatio–temporal gang
analysis.
Official Proceedings. Peotone,IL: National Gang Crime
Research Center.

Published Newspaper Articles

1998

Gilbertson, D. Lee (1998, July 8). KKK's bagpipes unpardonable
[Letter to the editor].
Kalamazoo Gazette. Kalamazoo, MI.
(Commented on KKK rally held on courthouse steps.)

Accepted for Publication

2008

Gilbertson, D. Lee (2008). Are gangs a social problem.
Journal of Gang Research.

2007

Gilbertson, D. Lee, & Hesse, Mario L. (2007, September).
[Review of the book Scapegoats of September 11th].
Criminal Justice Review.

Book Contract

2007

Paynich, Rebecca, Hill, Bryan, & Gilbertson, D. Lee (2007).
Crime Mapping: Principles and Practice. Contract with Jones
and Bartlett Publishers, signed July 27, 2007.

Television Interviews

2006

Van Susteren, Greta (2006, December 13).
Serial killer?
On The Record. National: Fox News Channel.

2006

Crier, Catherine (2006, December 12).
Could it be a serial killer?
Live with Catherine Crier. National: Court–TV News.

2006

Sanchick, Myra (Reporter) (2006, November 20).
Milwaukee, WI: WITI–TV (FOX 6).

2006

Henry, Colleen (Reporter) (2006, October 13).
Coincidence or crime?
12 News. Milwaukee, WI: WISN–TV.

2006

Suppelsa, Mark (Reporter) (2006, May 22).
Midwest mystery.
FOX 32 News. Chicago, IL: WFLD–TV.

2006

Lyden, Tom (Reporter) (2006, May 19).
Building a case for a killer.
FOX 9 News. Minneapolis–St. Paul, MN: KMSP–TV.

2002

Lyden, Tom (Reporter) (2005, February 7).
Casting a net.
FOX 9 News. Minneapolis–St. Paul, MN: KMSP–TV.

Radio Interviews

2006

McDevitt, Sean (Reporter) (2006, October 23).
La Crosse, WI: WCOW–Radio (97.1 FM).

2006

Reynolds, Mitchell (Reporter) (2006, November 2).
La Crosse, WI: WIZM–Radio (93.3 FM).

Printed Media Interviews

2006

Kersten, Jason (Reporter) (2007, July). Why are these young guys
dying?
Cosmopolitan, 140–143.

2007

Marburger, Joey (Reporter) (2007, March). Midwest urban legend.
The Exponent, 121(41), 1, 5. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue
University (student newspaper).

2007

Misjak, Laura (Reporter) (2007, February). stillmissing. The State
News (Weekend Edition, Feb. 2 – Feb. 4), 98
(91), 1A–2A. East
Lansing, MI: Michigan State University (student newspaper).

2006

Richmond, Todd (Reporter) (2006, November 28).
Milwaukee, WI: Associated Press. *Article appeared
nationally under different titles on December 11, 2006.

Publicity

2006

Petrie, Kari (2006, November 10). Organization curbs crime for
25 years.
St. Cloud Times, p. 1B.
(Covered my presentation, as board president, at the Tri–County
Crime Stoppers 25th anniversary luncheon.)

2005

Crime Mapping News Spotlight: St. Cloud State University
(2005).
Crime Mapping News, 7(1), 8–9.
(Covered my Fall 2004 Spatio–temporal Crime Analysis class.)

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

2006–Present Secretary & Department Representative

2005–2006 Department Representative

College of Social Sciences Curriculum Committee, SCSU

2005–2007 Search Committee Member

Department of Criminal Justice Studies, SCSU

2004–2006 Faculty Advisor

Student Community Emergency Response Team, SCSU

2003–Present Scholarship Committee Member

Department of Criminal Justice Studies, SCSU

2002–Present Faculty Advisor

Student Criminal Justice Association, SCSU

2000–Present Department Representative

College of Social Sciences Technology Committee, SCSU

2001/2003 Award Judge

SCSU EAGLE Award, Experience A Greater Living Environment Award,
which is sponsored by the Department of Residential Life, SCSU

2001 Search Committee Member

Vice President of Student Life and Development, SCSU

1997–1998 College of Arts and Sciences Representative

Graduate Student Advisory Committee (GSAC), WMU
Compiled and analyzed data from an open–ended response survey that had
been mailed to off–campus graduate students regarding their concerns;
presented findings during a regular meeting and to the Dean of the Graduate
College. Constructed a response–coded survey to be given to on–campus
graduate students.

1997–1998 GSAC Representative

Budget and Finance Council of the Faculty Senate, WMU
Attended committee meetings as a voting member, voiced graduate student
concerns relative to the university's budget. Constructed a response–coded
survey for the council that was given to the university's administrators, faculty
and staff; compiled and analyzed data; presented findings during a regular
council meeting.

1990–1993 President and Founder

Veterans Organization In a Campus Environment (VOICE), SCSU
Developed the acronym, title and logo, delineated duties for subordinate
officers, and oversaw committees to formalize this new organization, such as
writing the constitution and determining an organizational budget.

COMMUNITY SERVICE

2004–Present Research Consultant

Saint Cloud Police Department; Developed the research design for the SCSU–
CPD Cooperative Traffic Stop Study, directed data collection and assisted
with analysis.

2007–Present Member

2005–2006 President

2003–2004 President

2000–2002 Member

Board of Directors, Tri–County Crime Stoppers of Minnesota, Inc. (Benton,
Sherburne and Stearns)

2003 Project Consultant

Wright County Sheriff's Office (WCSO)
Worked with a special committee from the WCSO in developing a new
agency vision, mission statement and set of guiding principles. Participated in
a two–day seminar on ethical, character–driven leadership. Offered input on
leadership ethics, traits, and skills during subsequent discussions and recorded
session notes. Produced the final written report (35 pages) and PowerPoint
slides for presentation to the sheriff, local media, and community leaders.

2001–2006 Participating Member

Citizens on Patrol, Waite Park Police Department

1984–1995 Other Community Service

1995 Assisted new students at SCSU during in–processing at the dorm (Sherburne
Hall); completing necessary paperwork, finding rooms, moving belongings
and introducing them to staff.

1995 Worked as a volunteer with the American Red Cross Blood Drive while on
campus at SCSU.

1995 Escorted children through SCSU dorms during Halloween to provide a safe
environment for trick–or–treaters.

1995 Assisted residents at Saint Benedict's Center and Alternative Services with
completion of handicrafts for their annual Christmas craft sale.

1995 Participated in the annual CARITAS program for indigent families in St.
Cloud by shopping for Christmas gifts and assisting with the wrapping.

1984–1985 In San Angelo, TX, involved in the Barbershop Chorus Group as a baritone
performing concerts to raise money for various charities.

1984–1985 In San Angelo, TX, provided volunteer help to the Concho Valley Girls Home
doing various custodial duties and grounds work.