The College at Brockport is very proud to showcase publications by our esteemed faculty members. This collection features works published by the faculty and professionals, both current and former, of the Department of Criminal Justice. These publications are comprised of articles submitted to scholarly and peer-reviewed academic journals.

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Submissions from 2016

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Addressing & Preventing PTSD in Civilian Emergency Services, Richard C. Lumb

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A Kaleidoscope View of Urban and Rural Policing: How Misunderstanding and Uncaring May Impact on Police Officers, Richard C. Lumb

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An Examination of the Chicago Dilemma: By Implication, the Remainder of the Country, Richard C. Lumb

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A Question of Police Role?, Richard C. Lumb

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Eight Hours in the Shadow of a Police Officer, Richard C. Lumb

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Examining Underlying Causes of Concern about Police Action, Richard C. Lumb

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From the Center Outward! Implementation Model of Sustainable Community Capacity Building, Richard C. Lumb

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Have We Reached the Point of Critical Mass in Community and Police Relations?, Richard C. Lumb

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Recognition of Our Civilian Emergency and First Responders for Their Service, Richard C. Lumb

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Recognizing and Addressing the Symptoms of PTSD in Our Police, Richard C. Lumb

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Replace Rhetoric on Police with Problem-Solving, Richard C. Lumb

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Solutions to Maine’s Drug Problem: One State's Story, Richard C. Lumb

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Strengthening Resilience of Our Police and First Responders, Richard C. Lumb

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Taking a Smart Approach to Community Problems, Richard C. Lumb

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The Factor of Combat Stress Reaction: Comparing Military Combat to Law Enforcement and Current Social Violence, Richard C. Lumb

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The Historical Value of Time as a Concept of Change, Richard C. Lumb

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The Irrationality of the Continuum of Violence, Richard C. Lumb

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The Past Meets the Future and Has Not Separated, Richard C. Lumb

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The Reality of PTSD in Police/Law Enforcement, Emergency Responders, and Custody Services, Richard C. Lumb

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Thinking about Policing and the Current Pressure Points: Some Ideas!, Richard C. Lumb

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Time to Step Back and then Move Forward: The Current Frenzy is Asinine, Richard C. Lumb

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What to Believe About Police? : When Hype and Illusion Replace Our Willingness to Self-Analyze, Richard C. Lumb

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When Arrows Fly, They Often Injure the Innocent, Richard C. Lumb

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When the View of Change is Myopic, Richard C. Lumb

Submissions from 2010

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Public safety officer emotional health: addressing the silent killer, Richard C. Lumb, Ronald L. Breazeale, Paula J. Lumb, and Gary Metz

Submissions from 2000

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Social Work and Police Partnership: A Summons To The Village Strategies and Effective Practices, Charles W. Dean, Richard C. Lumb, and Kevin Proctor