Brad SmithProfessor Criminal Justice
Current Research Interests
Police use of extra-legal force
Perceptions of police
Holmes, Malcolm D., Matthew A. Painter and Brad W. Smith (2015). “Citizens’ Perceptions of Police in Rural US Communities: A Multilevel Analysis of Contextual, Organizational and Individual Predictors.” Policing & Society, published online April (http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10439463.2015.1031227).
Smith, Brad W. and Malcolm D. Holmes. (2014). “Police Use of Excessive in Minority Communities: A Test of the Minority Threat, Place, and Community Accountability Hypotheses.” Social Problems. 61(1): 83-104.
Wareham, Jennifer, Brad W. Smith and Eric G. Lambert. (2015). “Rates and Patterns of Law Enforcement Turnover: A Research Note.” Criminal Justice Policy Review, 26(4): 345-370.
Wu, Yuning, Ivan Sun, and Brad W. Smith. (2011). “Race, Immigration, and Policing: Chinese Immigrants’ Satisfaction with Police.” Justice Quarterly, 28(5): 745-774.
Frank, James, Brad W. Smith and Kenneth J. Novak (2005) “Citizen Attitudes Toward the Police: Exploring the Basis of Citizen Attitudes.” Police Quarterly, (8)2: 206-228.
Ph.D., University of Cincinnati, Criminal Justice, 1999.
M.S., University of Cincinnati, Criminal Justice, 1995.
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