Zachary Powell (criminal justice) was interviewed for a segment on the Louisville, Ky., police department beginning the work of reforming its policing practices, and Lisa Looney (child development) cowrote a chapter on a newly published book on teaching.
Nathan Brunet (psychology) and Zachary Powell (criminal justice) published a study on whether “an individual’s trust in law enforcement affects their perception of the emotional facial expressions displayed by police officers,” and Mike Stull (entrepreneurship) was quoted in articles about the Entrepreneurial Resource Center in downtown San Bernardino.
Zachary Powell (criminal justice) wrote a paper on whether a new law helped reduce the number of fatal officer-involved shootings, and Brian Levin (criminal justice, emeritus) was interviewed about the increasing incidents of Islamophobic and antisemitic hate crimes, and separately, about hate crimes against the Latino community.
Faculty in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice were in the news or published new studies: Brian Levin (emeritus) participated in an Ethnic Media Services briefing on how the Israel-Hamas war is influencing domestic hate incidents, Nerea Marteache was part of a team that published a study on perspective bias in the use of videos recording police-citizen encounters, and Zachary Powell published a study on law enforcement officers’ use of body-worn cameras and civilian complaints of police misconduct.
Christina Hassija (psychology) has been appointed dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Kenneth S. Shultz (psychology) was quoted in an article about making the transition from a workaholic lifestyle, and Zachary Powell (criminal justice) was interviewed about police departments using military hardware.
Montgomery Van Wart (public administration), Jacob Jones (psychology), Yawen Li, (social work), Zachary Powell (criminal justice) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) were included in recent news coverage.
School of Criminology and Criminal Justice faculty Reveka V. Shteynberg, Gisela Bichler, Alexis Norris, Zachary Powell, Douglas Weiss, and Nicole Collier have recently published their research in several journals.
Zachary Powell, CSUSB assistant professor of criminal justice, will present “Police Reform and Federal Consent Decrees” at the next Conversations on Race and Policing event at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 21, on Zoom.
Meredith Conroy (political science), Zachary Powell (criminal justice), Jeremy Murray (history) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) were mentioned in recent news coverage.