MARY (HAGEMAN) CLEMENT
696-B Northup Road
Portland, TN 37148
Phone & Fax: 615-206-1553
JD/MSW, T.C. Williams School of Law, University of Richmond, Va.; and School of Social Work, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Va. August 1990.
• First-year field assignment: Child Protective Services, Richmond. 1987- 88.
• Second-year field placement: Administrative assignment with director of Department of Youth and Family Services. Summer 1990.
• Legal Clinic: City of Richmond Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office, Juvenile and Domestic Relations. Spring 1990. Admitted to TN bar, June 2003.
Ph.D. in Sociology, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington. 1977. Dissertation: “Occupational Stress of Law Enforcement Officers and Marital and Familial Relationships.”
Special Student, School of Law; University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho. 1974-75.
Ph.D. Student, School of Criminal Justice; State University of New York at Albany, S. 1972.
M.A. in Sociology, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio. 1966.
B.A. in Sociology, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio. 1965.
American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon. 1963-64.
ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS, WORK EXPERIENCE
Virginia Commonwealth University, Department of Criminal Justice, Richmond, Va.
• Associate Professor, full time, 1986 to 1999, retired after Summer 1999
• Assistant Professor, full time, 1981-86
The Department of Criminal Justice has more than 400 undergraduate and over 100 graduate students. The criminal justice program provides university instruction at graduate and undergraduate levels.
Prior to fall 1984, the teaching load required four separate courses per semester. After 1984, it became three separate courses per semester. My teaching expressed the breath of the criminal justice system because prior to tenure I taught 14 different courses and carried an extremely high advising load in addition to chairing and serving on MA thesis or graduate projects. I write and grade comprehensive examination questions for MA students. I served as chair of dissertation committees in the Department of Public Administration DPA that was in the previous School of Community and Public Affairs (SCPA). Since the School was disbanded, the DPA program is now a Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration.
I advise undergraduates and graduate students and fill out graduation documents. In 1992, I had 124 undergraduate advisees. The next year it was 140, followed by 146, 160 and 167 respectively. In the spring of 1997, the chair hired graduate students to do the advising, graduation applications while the dean’s office awarded transfer credit.
I have developed proposals for external funding; designed seminars and workshops; developed curriculum for training; provided leadership to university and community groups and agencies; and developed alliances with community and political leaders such as our dual degree with two seminaries that I serve as its coordinator.
Wichita State University, Administration of Justice Department, Wichita, Kan.
• Assistant Professor, full time
The program offered undergraduate and graduate courses, with four courses per semester as the teaching load. Courses taught included agency administration; public and community relations; introduction to administration of justice; and women in administration of justice.
I also spearheaded alliances with community and political leaders; developed proposals for external funding; designed seminars; and served on state and regional boards. 1976-81.
• Undergraduate Coordinator
Tasks involved establishing appropriate AJ transfer credit; advising students on curricula matters; evaluating students’ programs on campus to award degree. 1977-79.
• Chair of Ad Hoc Steering (Advisory) Committee
Tasks involved inviting practitioners to workshops for input into the development and improvement of the curriculum. 1977.
• Internship Director with students placed in security or Sheriff’s Department.
• Satellite Program Instructor
Taught research methods/statistics at off-campus satellite program. 1976-77.
Columbia College of Missouri at Wichita, Kan.
• Adjunct Faculty
Taught courses on statistics; social issues in business; police process; interpersonal communications and police community relations. Summers 1977 and 1979.
Washington State University, Sociology Department, Pullman, Washington
• Teaching Assistant II, full time
Taught criminology and sociology of deviance courses in addition to having advised undergraduate students majoring in sociology. 1973-76.
Hartwick College, Sociology Department, Oneonta, NY
• Instructor, full time
Taught courses on criminology; juvenile delinquency; advanced criminology; and introductory sociology. I also team-taught a courses on women, society and change in addition to having been a program developer with local and state social and correctional agencies for student independent study and participation. 1971-73.
• Faculty Coordinator and Volunteer Worker
New York State School for male delinquents (South Kortright), and for a state opportunity camp for pre-delinquents (Camp Brace).
• Co-planner and Coordinator
Symposium on Crime in America, which included Drs. Marvin E. Wolfgang, James F. Short Jr. and Norval Morris as well as Commissioner Russell G. Oswald.
Committee for Human Justice in Otsego County, a community-based group that created a court watching program, a bail fund, a more expanded legal aid society, and programs and services to the prisoners and their families in the county jail. 1972-73.
• Adviser and Participant
Urban Confrontation Program, a week-long program on New York City’s criminal justice system, sponsored by the YMCA in New York City. Spring 1972.
New York State University, Oneonta, N.Y.
• Instructor, full time
Courses taught were criminology; juvenile delinquency; introductory sociology; and sociology of education. I advised undergraduate sociology majors; spearheaded Sociology Club and served as club advisers to members; worked as program developer with local and state social and correctional agencies for student study and/or participation. 1970-71.
Urban Renewal, Opportunity Park, City of Akron, Ohio
• Relocation Officer II, full time
Researched and wrote proposals for federal grants. As part of a three-person team, I developed and organized a multiple-service agency that became the Social Service Section of the Relocation Department. Carried a heavy caseload of families and individuals in need of relocation and referrals to social agencies. 1966-68.
Bluffton College, Department of Sociology, Bluffton, Ohio
• Instructor, full time
Taught cultural anthropology. Summer 1966.
Bowling Green State University, Sociology Department, Bowling Green, Ohio
• Graduate Teaching Assistant, full time
Taught introductory sociology and social problems courses in addition to advising undergraduate sociology majors. 1965-66.
Public Schools, Deshler, Ohio
• Fourth- and fifth-grade Teacher
Taught Mexican-American students. Fall 1965.
TEACHING COURSES TAUGHT
Undergraduate Level Graduate Level
Justice Systems Survey Research Methods
Criminal Law Criminal Justice Assessment
Courts and Judicial Process Criminal Justice: Administrative Trends & Issues
Crime and Delinquency Prevention Directed Individual Writing
Criminology/Foundations in Criminal Justice International Law*
Administration of Criminal Justice Jurisprudence
Senior Seminar: Critical & Career Issues in Criminal Justice
Introduction to Juvenile Justice
Community and Public Relations
Evaluation and Treatment of the Offender
Juvenile Justice Law and Process
Women in the Criminal Justice System (cross listed with Women Studies)*
Diversity in the Criminal Justice System
Honors Module in Delinquency and Dependent Children*
Community-based Correctional Programs
International Crime and Prevention*
Honors Module in Treason and other Governmental Crimes* *Newly developed courses
DOCTORAL AND MASTER STUDENTS’ SUPERVISION
1996-1997 AJP 692 PROJECT COMMITTEES
(Major Project for the MA degree at that time instead of a thesis.)
Paula D. Brown (completed in 1984)
Mike Sigmon (completed in 1984)
Edward Wright, Jr.
Herbert L. Bryant
1982-83 Robert W. Byrd
Elizabeth M. Lewis
1983-1984 Stephen Chewning
Lisa A. Pearce
1996-1997 Ronald F. Miller
1984- 1985 DPA – Autobiographical Learning Plan (ALP)**
**ALP was an Autobiographical Learning Plan, a required component of entering doctoral students. It involved an extensive analysis of career and personal accomplishment, interests, strengths and weaknesses along with the development of a detailed plan of study and professional development. The required document typically consisted of 100 pages covering four chapters. For the first reader, the task was much like serving as a dissertation director. For the second reader, the task was akin to a dissertation committee member.
1996-1997 ALP MA SUPERVISION MA COMMITTEE
Thereas C. Lanty John Wooden Phyllis R. Baker – Soc.
(first reader) (completed 1990) (completed 1989)
Carol P. Ladue
1996-1997 Pat Bair Kessington Nwajei
(first reader) (returned to Nigeria in 1991)
1996-1997 Chair Tom Murray Sociology MS Student
(Master Project in Interdisciplinary Studies
Chair Tracey Bennington – Psychology Honor Thesis
DPA/Ph. D. MA SUPERVISION MA COMMITTEE
Research Projects supervision for Beverly P. Glover
Advisor to Carol Esposito for her doctoral dissertation at Pace University
in New York on “Children of the Badge.”
1990-91 Cyril Miller Brian Cummings
(completed 1993) Melanie Smith
ALP – 1st Reader
Debrorah L. Susan Inman (Rec.)
Advisor to R.M. Patterson, Jr. whose dissertation from Kent State University dealt with an examination of every report of rape to law enforcement authorities at all of Ohio’s twelve state universities for a four-year period.
1991-92 Alvin Moore Toni Williams
ALP – Jackie Smith
Advisor to Sheila Ann Kellogg from Michigan in her MA research in police stress and family life.
1992-93 Amy Berry+ Susan Ainley-Sociology+
(+used my data from the juvenile waiver study)
Brad Cohick (not completed)
Editor and supervisor for Eric Penn, ex-convict, who wrote his story, Children of Chaotics. Hampton, VA.: U.B.& U.S. Communication Systems, c. 1995.
1996-1997 Lori Volpone
Advisor to Marie-Elise Lundin, Ph.D. dissertation, University of Illinois, using my research on parenting programs with incarcerated women.
Advisor to Ann U. McGinty for a curriculum plan for the Bachelor of General
Studies Degree at VCU.
1996-1997 Advisor to Jill L. Allen, Ph.D. dissertation in Illinois, using my questionnaire
for occupational stress and marital relationships of police officers.
1996-1997 Irene Ries – Sociology
Advisor to Cindy Miller, MA thesis, Pacific Oaks College in Pasadena, CA
on educational parenting programs for incarcerated women.
1996-1997 Iria Jones (not completed)
Advisor to Alicia M. Lacey, Howard University on parental incarceration.
1997-98 Brian Henderson
SPECIAL AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS & OTHER HONORS
Fulbright Foreign Scholarship, Birzeit University Law Institute, West Bank, 1998-99.
Listed in Who’s Who in American Education. 1992-93.
Richmond Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. 1989.
Outstanding Volunteer Award of Parents Anonymous of Virginia Inc. for volunteer work with M.I.L.K. (Mothers/Men Inside Loving Kids). 1988 and 1989.
Awarded the American Jurisprudence Award for excellent achievement in the study of Criminal Law at the University of Richmond, School of Law. Summer 1986.
Listed in Who’s Who in American Women. 1979-80; 1980-81; 1981-82.
Delegate-at-Large, International Women’s Year Conference in Houston, Texas. 1977.
Member, Alpha Kappa Delta, a national sociology honorary. 1966.
Recipient of the Junior Year Abroad (J.Y.A.) program of the United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Studied at the American University of Beirut, Lebanon. 1963-64.
Member, Alpha Epsilon Delta, a national pre-medical honorary. 1962-63.
MAJOR COMMITTEE INVOLVEMENT
Referee/Reviewer Advisory Editor:
Justice Quarterly Wadsworth Publishing
Journal of Criminal Justice McGraw-Hill
Criminal Justice Review Butterworth-Hinemann
Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice
American Journal of Criminal Justice
The Journal of Crime and Justice
Criminal Justice Policy Review
Women & Criminal Justice
Social Psychology Quarterly
Journal of Criminal Justice Education
Editorial Board: Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 2000-2005.
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS)
Chair, Affirmative Action Committee, 1986-87, 87-88.
Chair, Governmental and Public Relations Committee, 1984-85
Served as press agent and information officer for the annual meeting.
Co-chair, Curriculum Development Project, International Criminal Justice, 1983-84; Comm. On International CJ, 1981-82, 82-83.
American Society of Criminology
Southern Association of Criminal Justice
Virginia Association of Criminal Justice Educators
Newsletter Editor, 1983-85
Elected member to the Board, 1994-95
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, VCU Chapter
Scholarship and Awards Committee, 1991-92
• Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU)
Academic Status Committee, three-year, fall 1995 – spring 1998.
University Grievance Board; member 1995-97, chair 1997-1999.
Faculty Senate Student Affairs Committee. 1990-91.
Food Service Advisory Committee. 1989-90.
University Club Committee. 1985-89.
Faculty Senate. 1982-85.
Chair, Committee on Alumni and Community Relations for Faculty Senate.
Our major accomplishment involved the creation of a University Club for faculty and staff members on the academic campus. 1983-85. Followed through by being on the University Club Committee to develop the space and rules for membership.
Representative from Faculty Senate to Academic Integrity Board (now called Honor Code). Chaired some of the hearings of the Honors Council to determine students’ guilt and penalties. 1985-87.
Representative, Faculty Senate, Virginia Faculty Senate. 1984-85.
Academic Campus Committee on Instruction. 1985-87.
Sub-Committee, Rules and Regulations. 1985-87.
Faculty Adviser, “Hope for Children” 1982-90 and Latter-day Saints Student Association 1987-90.
University and School Marshal for graduation. 1982-93.
• School of Community and Public Affairs (SCPA) (Before our department was merged into the College of Humanities and Sciences.)
Doctor of Public Administration (DPA) Committee. Spring 1992-93, 1993-94.
Awards Committee. 1991-92.
Lecture Series Committee. 1989-91.
Student Affairs Committee. 1988-89.
Chairwoman, Faculty Forum Committee. Spring and fall 1989.
Alumni Day Task Force. Spring 1985.
Tenure and Promotion Committee for the School (1981-85) as well as on four panels to write tenure and promotion report for the candidates. The panels wrote the major reports summarizing the candidates achievements, not the candidates.
Carol Amato, Fall 1981
Patricia Brown, Fall 1982
Tenure and Promotion:
Dr. Christopher Silver, Fall 1983
Dr. Keith Ready, Fall 1984
Curriculum Committee, 1981-82; Alternate, 1984-85.
• College of Humanities and Sciences
Coordinator, Honor System. Spring 1996 to Summer 1997.
(Handled nearly 50 cases of violations of honor or academic integrity code. Successfully defended one state and federal civil case arising from a student’s case.)
Search Committee: Chair, 1992-93, 1994. Member, 1991-92, 1995, 1996, 1997, and 1998.
Chair, Task Force on Faculty Research, VCU. 1982-83.
Chair, Library Committee. 1986 to 1995 then representative to College Library Committee
Member of panel to consider three faculty for tenure and promotion (Towberman, Moriarity and Albanese).
Member of panel to consider two faculty for third-year review (Moriarity and Gordon).
Committee member to choose student scholars and awards.
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PUBLISHED WORKS
“Academic Dishonesty: To Be or Not to Be,” Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 12 (2):, 2001.
“Effects of Parenting Training for Incarcerated Mothers,” Journal of Offender
Rehabilitation, 27 (1/2): 57-72, 1998. Co-authored with doctoral student Alvin R. Moore and presented paper at national meeting.
“Multiple Measures in Determining Effectiveness in Correctional Treatment Programs.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 27 (3), 1998. Based on paper presented at refereed national meeting.
“Low Tech v. No Tech: An Evaluation of the Impact of Introducing Presentation Software into a Criminal Justice Classroom.” Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 9 (2): 343-352, 1998. Co-authored with William Osborne, Jr. Based on paper presented at refereed national meeting.
“Empirical Study of Depression in Women Felons in Virginia.” American Journal of Forensic Psychiatry, 18 (4): 51-57, 1997. Based on paper presented at referred international meeting.
“New Treatment for Drug-Abusing Women Offenders in Virginia,” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 25 (1/2): 61-81, 1997. Based on paper presented at refereed national meeting.
“A Five Year Study of Juvenile Waiver and Adult Sentencing: Implications for Policy.” Criminal Justice Policy Review, 8 (2/3): 201-219, 1997. Based on paper presented at refereed national meeting.
“Southeast Asian Refugee Youth: Implications for Juvenile Justice.” Juvenile and Family Court, 45 (2): 15-27 (1994). Co-authored with Julie A. Hopkins and Laurie A. Weinberg.
“Parenting in Prison: A National Survey of Programs for Incarcerated Women.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 19 (1/2): 89-100, 1993. Based on paper presented at refereed national meeting.
“Authoritarianism as Indicated by Measures of Acceptance of Authority and Directiveness Among Police Officers, Students and Townspeople.” Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 8 (2): 11-18, Oct. (1992). Based on paper presented at refereed national meeting.
“Crime Prevention and the Phenomenological Approach.” Police Chief, LVII(10): 76, 80-81, 86 (1990).
“Terrorism in the U.S.: The New KKK.” Violence, Aggression and Terrorism, 1 (4), 343-370 (1987). Based on paper presented at refereed national meeting. (International Journal)
“Authoritarianism and Dogmatism in Criminal Justice Research: Themes over Times.” High School Journal, 58(4): 429-437 (1985).
“Dilemma in Protective Custody/Some Notes.” Journal of Offender Counseling, Service and Rehabilitation, 7(1): 69-78 (1982). Co-authored with graduate student A. Perez.
“Responses of Police Rookie Officers to Stress.” Journal of Police Science Administration, 10: 235-243 (1982). Based on paper presented at refereed national meeting.
“At-risk Crime Populations — A Measure of Effectiveness.” Journal of Police Science and Administration, 9: 184-187 (1981).
“Who Joins the Force and For What Reasons: An Argument for ‘The New Breed.” Journal of Police Science and Administration, 7: 206-210 (1979). Based on Ph.D. dissertation.
“Coping with Stress.” Police Chief, XLVI: 27-28, 70 (1979). Written with R.B. Kennedy and N. Price. Reprinted as “Pop Goes the Cop,” The Kansas Peace Officer, Autumn 1979, p. 24-27, 29. Reprinted in Critical Issues in Law Enforcement, Fourth Edition, edited by Harry W. Moore, Jr., 1985.
“Occupational Stress and Marital Relationship.” Journal of Police Science and Administration, 6:402-412 (1978). Based on Ph.D. dissertation and paper presented at refereed national meeting.
“Patterns in Forcible Rape in Wichita, Kansas: A Case of the ‘Open System Theory’.”
Journal of Police Science and Administration, 6:318-323 (1978). Written with C. Hastings. Paper presented at refereed national meeting.
Juvenile Justice System: Law and Process. Second Edition. Newton, MA: Butterworth-Heinemann, 2002, 1997. Reviewed by George J. Okaty in Security Management, March 1998, p. 134. Instructor’s Manual, 1997 and 2002.
Soul Soaring. New Techniques for Diagnosing and Overcoming What Separates You
From Harmony Within. Richmond, Va.: The Oaklea Press, c. 1998.
Juvenile Law Dictionary. Richmond, VA. 1997. Published by Butterworth-Heinemann.
Juvenile Justice System: Law and Process. Richmond, Va.: Backalley Press, 1995 and 1996 editions became the forerunner for book published by Butterworth-Heinemann in 1997.
Development and Implementation of MILK Programs in Correctional Facilities. Richmond, Va.: VCAP, 1992. Co-authored with Johanna Schuchert.
Juvenile Justice Law (AJP 378) Children in the Law. Fall 1992 and Spring 1993. This book dealt with the law cases and broader issues of all children such as the constitutional rights of children. Later, it was modified and chapters rewritten to deal only with delinquent, abused and neglected children and the legal procedures for those specific youth and with revisions became the book published by Butterworth-Heinemann in 1997.
Police Community Relations. Beverly Hills, Calif.: Sage Publications Inc., 1985. In print until 1993.
Community Corrections and Community Corrections Instructor’s Guide. Cincinnati, Ohio: Anderson Publishing Co., 1982. Co-authored with S. Doeren. By 1985, adopted by 35 colleges and university criminal justice programs. Released from Anderson Pub. in 1992.
Why Do I Feel This Way — I’ve Only Been Raped! Wichita, Kan.: District Attorney of the 18th Judicial District, Victim Service (1979). Brochure.
Negley L. Teeters’ Symposium on Crime in America. Oneonta, N.Y.: Hartwick College, 1973. Editor.
Chapters in Books and Syllabi
“Should Female Correctional Officers Be Used in Male Institutions. No.” and “Rejoinder” in Charles B. Fields’ Controversial Issues in Criminal Justice. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1999.
Psychological and Physiological Aspects of Substance Abuse. New River Criminal Justice Training Academy. 1992
“Juvenile Justice Law and Process,” in Syllabi and Instructional Materials for Courses in Juvenile Delinquency, edited by Maureen Kelleher. Washington, D.C.: ASA Teaching Resources Center, 1992.
“Women Who Rape” and “Male Heterosexual Prostitutes” in Investigation of Aberrant Sex Styles, edited by Lyle L. Shook. Montgomery, Ala.: Koohs Publishing, (c. 1992), p. 88-103, 14-26. Presented as papers at refereed national meetings.
“Family Life” in Police Science Encyclopedia. New York: Garland Publishing Co., p. 187-189 (1989). (Invited to write on this topic.)
“Informal Tenure Process” in Strategies for Presenting Oneself for Tenure and Promotion – A Handbook. ACJS (1988).
“Crime and Delinquency Prevention” and “Introduction to the Juvenile Justice System” in Syllabi and Instructional Materials for Courses in Juvenile Delinquency, edited by John Broderick. Washington, D.C.: American Sociological Association teaching Resources Center, pp. 26-31, 39-48 (1984).
“Research Methodology in Administration of Justice” in Introduction to Criminal Justice Theory and Application, edited by Dae H. Chang. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., pp. 279-295 (1979).
“Women as Criminals,” Proceedings of the Seminar on the Investigation of Crimes Related to Women and Children, edited by William G. Eckert, M.D. Wichita, Kan.: Inform Publications (1978).
Training of Richmond Police for Street Level Interdiction of Child Abuse, Neglect and
Exploitation. Final Report for Community Service Associates Program, Summer 1997.
Street Level Interdiction of Child Abuse, final report for Community Service Associates Program, Summer and Fall 1996.
Faculty Final Report, Community Service Associates Program for the Richmond Community of Corrections Resource Board, Fall 1995.
New Treatment for Drug-Abusing Women Offenders in Virginia, final report for Community Service Associates Program, May 1995.
Juvenile Waiver, Study in Richmond, Virginia, final report for Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court Judges. Study funded by the Center for Public Service. 1993.
Strategies for Presenting Oneself for Tenure and Promotion: A Handbook. Editor. Final report for the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences from the Affirmative Action Committee. 1988.
Length of Stay in Detention. Final report for the Richmond Citizens Advisory Council to the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court in Richmond, Va. 1983.
Galaway’s and Hudson’s Criminal Justice, Restitution, and Reconciliation for the Journal of Criminal Justice Review, 17 (2): 351-352 (1992).
Miller and Braswell’s Human Relations and Police Work for Criminal Justice Policy Review, 1 (2): 248-250 (1986).
Arthur and Elaine Niederhoffer’s The Police Family for the Journal of Criminal Justice, 8:195-196 (1980).
Films, Videotapes, Slide Shows
Hope for the Children. A tape and slide program to explain how a Virginia Commonwealth University Student Organization by the same name assists Parents Anonymous (PA) and its program with inmates in prison called MILK (Mothers/Men Inside Loving Kids). Wrote and produced materials for recruitment of student volunteers. Spring 1986-88. Presented at the First National Conference on Family and Corrections in Sacramento, Calif. April 1988.
Women in Corrections. A slide show of prison and jails in Idaho and Washington for the Fifth Annual Western Regional Conference on Women and the Law in Spokane, Wash. 1975.
Women as Criminals. A slide show of women criminals presented to the Western Conference on Criminal and Civil Problems, Wichita, Kan. October 1978.
OTHER SCHOLARLY, RESEARCH
OR ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE
Principal investigator and program developer for Street Interdiction of Child Abuse with Richmond Police Department. Supported by the Office of Community Programs, Virginia Commonwealth University, for summer, fall 1996, and summer 1997. Total amount $5,338.
Principal investigator to study the therapeutic treatment effects of female offenders who have been substance abusers at Virginia Correctional Center for Women. Supported by Virginia Commonwealth University’s Continuing Studies and Public Service Program. Summer 1994. Grant amount: $2,073.
Richmond Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court. Pilot study of juveniles waived into the adult court from 1986-91 for determination of the degree of punishment. Supported by Virginia Commonwealth University’s Center for Public Service. Summer 1992. Grant amount: $1,900.
Principal investigator to study programs for incarcerated women throughout the United States. Funded by Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Community and Public Affairs (1989-1990). Grant amount: $2,300.
Principal investigator to study the length of stay for juveniles in detention for the Citizens Committee to the Richmond (Va.) Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court. (Pro-bono.) Summer 1983.
Principal investigator through the Center for the Improvement of Human Functioning, Wichita, Kansas. A study of Vitamin C in blood plasma and urine and pyrolles as indexes of stress and health among Wichita police recruits. Fall 1978.
Principal investigator through the Social Research Center, Washington State University. A study of occupational stress of law enforcement officers upon marital and familial relationships. 1974-76.
Research/writer of federal grant proposals, i.e. Code Conservation Program, Workable Program and Demonstration City ($5 million grant — Model City). Worked on interviewing schedules that were utilized with 2,100 residents. Urban Renewal, OPPORTUNITY PARK, City of Akron, Ohio. September 1966-April 1968.
Virginia for Child Abuse Prevention Inc. (VCAP), Richmond, Va. Wrote a manual to assist other community-based agencies in developing parenting programs in correctional facilities. Funded by National Office of Parents Anonymous. Fall 1991-spring 1992.
Washington (State) Criminal Justice Education and Training Center, Providence Heights, Issaquam, Washington. Planning and leading orientation programs for spouses of law enforcement officers. March and June 1974.
National Council of Churches, Higher Education department, New York City. Helped develop and coordinate programs between higher education (colleges) and the criminal justice system. January and April 1973.
Leadership in Community Organizations
Refugee Resettlement and Immigration Services, Catholic Diocese of Richmond. As an advisory board member developed cross-cultural training of police, courts and social services on Southeast Asian youths. Trainer for the two-day conference. Published article with others. Funded by the Department of Criminal Justice Services. 1992-94.
Youth Service Commission, Commonwealth of Virginia. Task force on House Joint Resolution 218, a comprehensive study of the problems of children whose parents are incarcerated. 1992.
Offender Aid Restoration (OAR), a private, nonprofit corporation providing community-based alternatives to the local criminal justice system. Board of Director, 1988-94 (two three-year terms).
Sexual Assault Task Force, Richmond, Va. 1987-90. Organized and chaired task force that included representatives from such community agencies as the Richmond and Henrico County Police Bureaus; security and campus police from area colleges and universities; the Medical College of Virginia Hospitals and the Richmond YWCA Women’s Advocacy Program. We accomplished research on rape and produced a workshop on campus crime, 1987-90. Published as “Crime Prevention and the Phenomenological Approach,” Police Chief, LVII (10):76, 80-81, 86 (1990). Results presented to Governor’s Task Force on Alcohol and Sexual Assault on College Campuses. Spring 1991.
Parents Anonymous of Virginia Inc., M.I.L.K. program (Mothers/Men Inside Loving Kids), a special multi-component program for incarcerated parents and their children in the Virginia prison system. Facilitated support groups for family members, worked with mothers during parent/child visits, and led sessions with the mothers on issues relating to being incarcerated parents. I also provided technical assistance with the writing and development of two federal grants for program funding. 1983 to 1993.
Management Orientation for Volunteer Effectiveness, sponsored by United Way of Greater Richmond, Richmond Jaycees, League of Women Voters, Richmond Regional Labor Council, DELVER Women’s Club and Junior League of Richmond, Va. Spring 1984.
Board of Directors, Wichita (Kan.) Work Release Center, Department of Corrections for the State of Kansas. 1980-81.
Wichita (Kan.) Child Day Care Association; Chairwoman of the association’s Family Services Advisory Committee. 1977-79.
Task Force on Sexual Assault, Wichita, Kansas, member and chair. The task force consisted of representatives from various city and county agencies. We promoted better communication among agencies that served rape/sexual assault survivors and dealt with any difficulties arising between agencies; coordinated and supported existing services to disseminate new information through educational programs; and to develop legislative input for change in rape laws. 1977-80.
Task Force on Family Violence of Wichita (Kan.), Commission on the Status of Women, chair. 1978-79. I also developed and analyzed questionnaires (1977-78) and assisted in creating a two-day, citywide workshop.
Professional Conference Papers, Workshops Organized
(Most are refereed presentations and papers)
Paper “Street Interdiction of Child Abuse and Neglect – Statistical Analysis” for the annual meeting of Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS), March 1998. Co-authored with Dr. Osborne. (Analysis of data collected by questionnaire of 191 street officers to create a training program.)
Paper “Street Interdiction of Child Abuse and Neglect” for the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology (ASC), November 1997. (Development of questionnaire.)
INVITED workshop leader on “Learning Styles,” for the annual meeting of the Virginia Criminal Justice Educators (VACJE), Sept. 1997.
INVITED to organize student poster session on “Women, Juveniles and Violence” for the Southern Criminal Justice Association meeting in Richmond, Va., Oct. 1-4, 1997.
Paper “Training Street Level Police Officers for Interdiction of Child Abuse and Neglect” (co-authored with Kim Briggs, a senior criminal justice major) for the annual meeting of the ACJS, March 1997. (Results of focus groups and needs assessments.)
Paper “The Impact of Computer-Assistance Instruction on Learning in a Criminal Justice Classroom: An Empirical Study” co-authored with William Osborne, Jr., for the annual meeting of ACJS, March 1997. Published in Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 9 (2), 1998.
Paper “Empirical Study of Depression in Women Felons in Virginia” for the second international Colloquium “Aggression, Violence and Intervention,” Montreal, Canada, Nov. 1996. Published in American Journal of Forensic Psychiatry, 18 (4):51-57, 1997.
Paper “The Effect of Parenting Training on Incarcerated Mothers” (co-authored with Al Moore) for the annual meeting of the ACJS, March 1996. Published in Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 27 (1/2):57-72, 1998.
Paper “Multiple Measures in Determining Effectiveness in Correctional Treatment Programs” for the annual meeting of the ASC, Boston, Mass. November 1995. Published in Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 27 (3), 1998.
Paper “Alternative Therapeutic Technique with Female Offenders: A Research Comparison Study” for the annual meeting of the ACJS, Boston, Mass. March 1995. Published in Journal of Offender Rehabilitation as “New Treatment for Drug-Abusing Women Offenders in Virginia,” 25 (1/2): 61-81, 1997.
Paper “Juvenile Waiver: A Descriptive Study” for the annual meeting of the ASC in October 1993. Revised and published as “A Five Year Study of Juvenile Waiver and Adult Sentencing: Implications for Policy” in Criminal Justice Policy Review, 8 (2/3): 201-219, 1997.
Paper “Bias/Hate Crimes” for the annual meeting of the ACJS. March 1993.
Organizer of Roundtable on “Reconciling Inequalities in Faculty Salaries,” ACJS, March 1992.
Paper “Incarcerated Women and Their Children–Programming and Legislative Action: The Virginia Experience” for the annual meeting of the ACJS, March 1992.
INVITED speaker and panelist, annual meeting on Community Policing of the National Association of Criminal Justice Planners, New Orleans, La. November 1991.
Speaker, annual meeting on “Community Policing” of the Society of Police and Criminal Psychology, Richmond, Va. October 1991.
Paper “National Survey of Programs for Incarcerated Women” for the annual meeting of the ACJS. March 1991. Published in Journal of Offender Rehabilitation as “Parenting in Prison: A National Survey of Programs for Incarcerated Women,” 18 (3), Spring 1992.
Paper “Sexual abuse — How to Analyze and Determine Factors of Risks” for the annual meeting of the Virginia Council on Social Welfare, March 1991.
Organized panel on “Effective Use of Families in Corrections” for the annual meeting of Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS). April 1989.
Presenter on “Volunteers: Effective Recruitment and Use,” First National Conference on the Family and Corrections, Sacramento, Calif. April 1988. Based on slide show that I produced and directed with students from the student group that I advised called Hope for the Children.
Paper “Authoritarianism as Indicated by Measures of Acceptance of Authority and Directiveness Among Police Officers and Students,” annual meeting of ACJS. April 1988. Published in Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 8 (2):11-18, 1992.
Organizer and trainer for Workshop on “Strategies for Presenting Oneself for Tenure and/or Promotion,” Affirmative Action Committee of ACJS. April 1988.
Discussant for ACJS panel on “Revitalizing the Police Organization: An Examination of Personnel and Planning Issues.” April 1988.
Organizer and trainer for workshop on “Strategies for Presenting Oneself for Tenure and/or Promotion” and “Teaching Across Multicultural/Racial Perspectives.” Sponsored by Affirmative Action Committee of ACJS. March 1987.
Chair and organizer for the Roundtable “Inmate Mothers and Their Children,” annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology (ASC). October 1986.
Paper “Legal Dimensions in Prosecution of Sexual Abuse Cases” for the annual meeting of ASC. November 1985.
Organized and chaired panel on “Police” for the annual meeting of the ACJS. March 1985.
Co-presented paper “Factors Influencing Repeated Appearances of Juveniles Before Courts and Time Spent in Detention” with Allen Barrett for the annual meeting of ACJS. March 1985.
INVITED presenter, paper “Authoritarianism and Dogmatism in Criminal Justice Research: Themes over Times,” International Conference on Authoritarianism and Dogmatism, Potsdam, New York. October 1984. Published in High School Journal, 5(4): 429-437, (1985).
Paper “Differences Between Profit and Nonprofit Boards” for the annual meeting of the Conference on research on Volunteerism and Nonprofit Organizations of the Association of Voluntary Action Scholars. September 1984.
Chaired a panel and discussant on “Methodological Developments in Juvenile Justice,” annual meeting of the ACJS. March 1984.
Paper “Length of Stay” for the annual ACJS meeting. March 1984.
Organizer and chair of panel on “Women as Professionals,” annual meeting of ASC, Nov. 1983.
Paper “Heterosexual Male Prostitution” for the annual meeting of the ASC. November 1983. Published in Investigation of Aberrant Sex Styles, 1992.
Workshop trainer on “Nutrition and Maladaptive Adolescent Behavior” at the Beaumont Learning Center for the Virginia Rehabilitative School Authority. November 1983.
INVITED to chair panel of community experts at George Wythe High School, Richmond, Va., as part of a local, state and national effort to end substance abuse among school-age children, “The Chemical People.” October 1983.
Paper “Rape Prevention Strategies” for Virginia Association of Criminal Justice Educators. September 1983.
Organizer and chair of panel on “Police for annual meeting of Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS). March 1983.
Organized display for International Criminal Justice Report, ACJS March 1983.
Paper “Police and Citizens: Test of Managerial Grid Theory” presented at annual meeting of ACJS, March 1983. Published in Police Community Relations. Sage Publications Inc., 1985.
Chaired panel on “Police Discretion” and discussant for panel on “Police Stress” for annual meeting of ACJS. March 1982.
INVITED presenter “Women in Law Enforcement,” for the ACJS, Lambda Alpha Epsilon, annual meeting, Richmond, Va. April 1982.
Paper “Terrorism in the U.S.: The New KKK” for the annual meeting of the Society of Psychological Study of Social Issues in Toronto, Canada. August 1981. Published in Violence, Aggression and Terrorism, 1(4), 343-370, 1987.
Paper “Male Rapes and Female Rapist” for annual meeting of ACJS. March 1982. Published in Investigation of Aberrant Sex Styles, ed. by Lyle L. Shook (Montgomery, Ala.: Choose Publishing, ca, 1992), p. 88-103.
Paper “Management of Community-based Corrections” for annual meeting of ACJS, March 1981. Published in my book Community Corrections, Anderson Publishing Co., 1982.
Panel chair, “Police Stress,” annual ACJS meeting. March 1981.
Organizer and chair of panel on “Rights of Children” for annual meeting of ACJS. March 1980.
Paper “Responses of Police Officers to Stress” for annual meeting of ACJS, March 1980. Published in Journal of Police Science Administration, 10:235-243 (1982).
Paper “Models for Assessment for Responsibility” for annual meeting of ACJS. March 1980.
Paper “Incest and Children’s Rights” for annual meeting of ACJS. March 1980.
Paper “Domestic Intrusion” for annual meeting of ACJS. March 1979. Published in Journal of Public Science and Administration as “Patterns in Forcible Rape in Wichita, Kansas: A Case of the ‘Open System Theory’,” 6:318-323 (1978).
Discussant for panel on “Juvenile Delinquency” for annual meeting of ACJS. March 1979.
Paper “Cross-Cultural Achievement and Problems of Women in Law Enforcement” for annual meeting of ACJS, March 1997, and Saint Michael’s College, International Symposium, Women and Society, Winooski Park, Vt. March 1997.
Paper “Male Heterosexual Prostitution” for annual meeting of the American Sociological Association. September 1979. Published in Investigation of Aberrant Sex Styles, ed. by Lyle L. Shook (Montgomery, Ala.: Koohs Publishing, c. 1992), p. 14-26.
Paper “Sociological Implications of Child Abuse and Neglect in White-Collar Families” for the annual meeting of Midwest Sociological Society, Omaha, Neb. April 1978.
Paper “Occupational Effects of Law Enforcement Officers and Marital and Familial Relationships” for the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Chicago, Ill. September 1977. Published in Journal of Police Science and Administration, 6:402-412 (1978). Based on Ph.D. dissertation.
TEACHING/TRAINING TO COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS
Richmond Police Department, two-day training to train the trainers on “Street Interdiction for child abuse, neglect and exploitation.” April 1998.
TV Appearance for Media One, Community talk show host, for a six-week series on community issues such as our dual degree program and how people heal when loved ones have been murdered. March – April 1998.
School of Education, VCU, Law Relate Courses to explain the juvenile justice system to school teachers; after noon lectures, July 1995, 1996, 1997.
Guest Lecturer for VCU 101 (two sections dealing with honor code and one section with criminal justice majors.
School of Social Work – Social Justice Graduate Class on “Incarcerated Women,” Dec. 1997.
Coffeewood Correctional Center, inmate’s group on “What is Family and How Can I Relate Better As a Member of a Family.” Spring 1997.
Guest Lecturer for VCU’s new service learning course for Psychology, Sociology and Criminal Justice majors on the “Juvenile Justice System” Fall l996.
Virginia State Police, Panel Member for oral interview board, Fall 1995.
Richmond Community Corrections Resources Board. Developed community-based programs for the Female Offenders Coalition. Fall 1995.
INVITED keynote speaker to Richmond Domestic Violence Coordinating Committee’s mini-conference, “Our Children: The Impact of Family Violence.” April 1995.
Criminal Justice Training Academy at Hampton Roads, Va. Five days of legal training in juvenile and criminal law. Jan. and Sept. 1993 and 94. Commencement speaker, March 1993.
Senate Joint Resolution 216. Committee to study and give recommendations to the General Assembly about placement of children when the parent becomes arrested and incarcerated. 1993-94.
Jewish Community Center, Luncheon speaker, “Power Games Played on Women.” March 1992.
Ashland Rescue Squad, Inc. One evening training on child abuse. May 1993.
Parents Weekend at VCU speaker on “Constitutional Rights of Parents and Children,” Feb. 1992.
Medical College of Virginia (MCV-VCU) Ethics Grand Rounds. Discussant on “Incarceration of Pregnant Women Who Persist in Substance Abusing Behavior. Effective Strategy of Folly.” Feb. 1992.
Petersburg Health Department, “Effects of Nutrition on Behavior.” May 1991.
Virginia Council on Social Welfare (VCSW), Capital Area Chapter. Speaker for annual meeting, “Risk Scale of Sexual Abuse.” May 1991.
Virginia Council on Social Welfare, 89 Annual Conference, co-tract coordinator for justice and Corrections, 1991.
New River Criminal Justice Training Academy. Half-day training on marital and family stress for police chiefs and sheriffs, December 1990. Full-day training, July, October and December 1992, and May 1993. Wrote materials on “Psychological and Physiological Aspects of Substance Abuse.”
United Way. Served with a group of experts in crime to help establish priorities for the United Way funding agencies. 1989.
Virginia Institute for Developmental Disabilities. Chair of task force and organizer of round table to organize key individuals in state and local government on “Individuals with mental retardation and the Criminal Justice System.” 1989-1990.
Virginia Correctional Counseling Association, Annual Conference, half-day workshop on “Deviancy — The Effects of the Individual’s History, Environment and Diet,” Academy for Staff Development, Waynesboro, Va. Nov. 3, 1989.
TV Appearances for Henrico Police Program, BLAB-TV, Richmond, Va.
• “Rape and Sexual Assault.” June 1988.
• “Domestic Violence.” May 19, 1989.
• “Community Policing.” May 30, 1989.
Institute for Higher Healing, Richmond, Va. Evening workshop, “Training on Your Creativity: Master of the Whole Brain.” June 1989.
Virginia Correctional Counseling Association, half-day, “Deviancy and Diet.” Nov. 1989.
Sexual Assault Task Force and Rape Crisis Outreach of the Richmond YWCA’s Women’s Advocacy Program, a half-day program. Keynote Speaker and workshop leader/trainer on “Rape: A College Community Issue.” April 1988.
MILK (Mothers Inside Loving Kids), Goochland Prison, four educational workshops to enhance communications skills, summer 1988.
Virginia Probation and Parole Association, Annual Conference, Waynesboro, Va. Workshop leader trainer on “Job Satisfaction and Motivation.” June 1987.
INVITED by New York State Department of Services, Division of Hispanic and Cultural Affairs. Workshop leader/trainer on “Multicultural Issues” for the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) Ethnic Awareness Training Conference. May 1987.
Association of Telecommunications Managers, “Interpersonal Relations and Coping Styles.” April 1986.
Metropolitan Nurses Association Trainer on “Rape Prevention and Handling of Rape Victims,” Richmond, Va. April 1986.
Virginia Probation and Parole Association Annual Training Conference, Waynesboro, Va. May 1986. Workshop leader on “Women in Corrections — Challenges and Coping Strategies.” June 1986.
Virginia Correctional Association, “Bridging the Cultural Gap with Understanding,” workshop presentation in Richmond, Va. September 1985.
Rape Awareness Coalition, YWCA Member, Richmond, Va. 1984-85. Public speaker for Rape Awareness Week.
Acquaintance Rape Workshop for Directors of Guidance of Henrico County Public Schools, Richmond, Va. April 1985.
VCU Alcohol and Drug Awareness Committee, “Dating and Drinking.” April 1985.
Instructor, 10-week parenting class for the Social Services Division of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Richmond, Va. Fall 1982 (single parents). Spring 1983 (couples).
Wichita (Kan.) Area Rape Center, public speaker and victim Advocate. 1977-81.
State of Kansas Department of Probation and Parole. Conducted workshop on stress and stress management.
Wichita Police Family Association. Served as a consultant to help the police families organize and develop programs needed to meet their concerns. 1978-80.
Clearwater Police Department. Conducted some of the training academy in stress management. Fall 1980.
City of Wichita Police Department’s Training Academy. Taught classes in community and public relations. Spring and winter 1978 (two classes) and summer 1979.
Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Academy. Taught classes in community and public relations. Summer and winter 1977; summer 1978.
“Women in Prison,” KDSA-FM Radio, Wichita, Kan. June 1979.
“Women As Law Officers” and “Women as Rape Victims.” Hearing before the Kansas Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Wichita, Kan. February 1979.
Wichita Police Department’s Police Chaplains. Workshop to train chaplains who were establishing a follow-up program for rape victims. Fall 1978.
“Stress,” “Externalizing Stress,” “Effects on Police Marriages.” Series of lectures given to the Police Community Relations Institute, Wichita, Kan. October 1978.
“Officer Stress Awareness,” Wichita Police Family Association. October 1978.
Committee for Human Justice in Otsego County. Organizer and chairwoman of educational, recreational and training facilities and program task force. 1972-73.
Republican candidate for Sheriff of Otsego County, New York. Spring 1973.
INVITED TESTIMONY FOR GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES
Governor’s Task Force on Substance Abuse and Sexual Assault on College Campuses, May 1991.
Youth Services Commission for House Joint Resolution 218 – all day brain storming session to assist with the research on children of incarcerated parents, April 1992.
Testimony before the Virginia State Crime Commission. House Joint Resolution 422 on special needs and conditions of women incarcerated in local/state correctional facilities; House Joint resolution 429 on reducing recidivism through the improvement of family and community ties based upon my research on national programs and experience with the women’s prison. Summer 1991.
INVITED to serve on the task force on “The Study of the Needs of Children Whose Parents are Incarcerated” for the Virginia Commission on Youth. 1991-92.
Testimony SRA 205 Study of Confidentiality of Juvenile Records. Copy of the juvenile waiver study to the Virginia Commission on Youth, 1994.
OTHER COUNSELING, SOCIAL WORK, LEGAL
EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING
Private Practice, Jan. 2000-Present. Presently Attorney/Counselor. See www.maryjclementlaw.com Previously, Clinical Professional Counselor, (MT), 2000-2002 and Licensed Professional Counselor/Mental Health Service Provider (TN) 2000-2008. See www.bold-eagle.com
Basic conflict resolution & mediation training with Nashville Conflict Resolution Center, Aug. 2004. Family mediation, 2006.
Certified Biofeedback Therapist, Neurotherapy & Biofeedback Cert. Board, Oct. 2004.
Insightful Directives (1237 Shawnee Road, Madison, TN 37115). Full-time counselor with individuals, couples and families, Aug. 1999-2000.
National Certified Domestic Violence Counselor (CDVC-IV). (Inactive as of 4/2009.)
Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists, Certified Trauma Specialist (CTS), 1999-2008.
American Counseling Association, member, 1999-2003.
National Association of Forensic Counselors, Diplomate, 2000-present. Clinicially Certified Forensic Counselor, active.
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) – EMI Independent Study Program – Aug. 99 – Present
- Emergency Program Manager
- Emergency Preparedness, USA
- Radiological Emergency Management
- Emergency Response to Terrorism
- A Citizen’s Guide to Disaster Assistance
Co-trainer with Dr. Barnes on “An Individual Approach to the Treatment of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder” for the National Association of Forensic Counselors, Sept. 2000.
Virginia Institute for Social Services Training Activities (VISSTA) Orientation/Certification to train on child physical and sexual abuse, May 1993.
Graduate of Thymo-Kinesiology, Results System, and Touch for Health, sponsored by the Institute for Higher Healing, Richmond, Va. Certified in Basic, Business and Relationships, 1991-1992.
Graduate of Mediation and Dispute Resolution program, sponsored by the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences and American Bar Association, Las Vegas, Nevada. Spring 1985.
Graduate of workshops dealing with “Black/White Interactions” sponsored by Center for the Improvement of Teaching Effectiveness and Center for Educational Development and Faculty Resources.
• Seminar “Black/White Interactions in Clinical Setting.” March 1985.
• Seminar “White Faculty/Black Students; Blacks in the Social Sciences.” Summer 1984.
Two-week Gestalt Workshop at Pellin Institute in Montecorcia, Italy. Summer 1984.
Phone Counselor/Victim Advocate, Wichita Area Rape Center. Spring 1977- summer 1981.
Two-day Reality Therapy Workshop with Dr. Glasser, University of Idaho. Fall 1975.
Two-day Suicide Workshop with Dr. Norman L. Faberow; and two-day Depression Workshop with Dr. Martin E.B. Seligman, Washington State University. Spring 1975.
Two-day Sexuality Workshop with Master and Dr. Johnson, Moses Lake, Washington. Spring 1975.
Gestalt Workshop with Karl Humiston, M.D., Seattle, Washington. Six weekend marathons throughout 1974, 1975 and 1976.
Gestalt Awareness Workshop with Dr. Donald L. Mosher, Hartwick College, Oneonta, New York. Spring 1973.
CONSULTING: PROFIT AND NON-PROFIT COMPANIES
- Higher Education Executive Associates, 2000-2001.
- Insightful Directives, Director, Dr. Roger Dale Barnes and staff (a psychological service business) in Madison, Tennessee, Fall 1999.
- Palestine Working Women’s Society, Spring 1999
- John Buck of Korea, Inc. (an American commercial real estate company) in Seoul, Korea, Jan. 1998.
- Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 2000-2005.
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