2801 W. Bancroft St.
Toledo, OH 43606
Criminal Justice Undergraduate Student Advisor:
Sheree Madison-Emery email@example.com
|Dr. Wendi Goodlin-Fahncke is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice, Social Work and Legal Specialties. She joined the faculty in August, 2010. She received her Ph.D. in Sociology with a concentration in Criminology and a minor in Quantitative Methods from Bowling Green State University in December 2008. Her current research interests include the sexual exploitation of women, intimate partner violence, family violence, men seeking men for sexual encounters, sexually deviant behavior, inmate health and well-being, and inmate gang participation. She has published articles in journals such as The Journal of Family Violence, The Journal of Criminal Justice and Deviant Behavior. Office Phone Number: 419-530-2231. Email: Wendi.Goodlinfahncke@utoledo.edu. Curriculum Vita|
Dr. Richard R. Johnson is an Associate Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice, Social Work and Legal Specialties. He holds a Ph.D. in criminal justice from the University of Cincinnati, with concentrations in policing and criminal justice administration. Dr. Johnson also has several years of professional criminal justice experience, having served as a law enforcement officer and a probation officer. He has published over a dozen articles in peer-reviewed research journals. He has conducted training in the areas of domestic violence investigations and first-line supervision for several law enforcement agencies. Dr. Johnson’s research interests include the areas of officer safety, the policing of domestic violence incidents, police-citizen interactions, and the management of field personnel in police organizations. Office Phone Number: 419-530-4639. Email: Richard.Johnson4@utoledo.edu Curriculum Vita
Dr. Kasey A. Tucker-Gail is an Associate Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice, Social Work and Legal Specialties. She earned her Ph.D. in sociology from Western Michigan University with emphasis on criminology (law enforcement & white collar crime) and applied research methodology. She also has a cognate concentration in public administration (focusing on policy analysis & evaluation methodology). Her academic pursuits focus on law enforcement issues, particularly law enforcement officer death and training. Specifically, she is working on research projects looking evaluations of several law enforcement training practices, exploring law enforcement officer deaths both at the structural and situational levels, and crime mapping and COMPSTAT program effectiveness in law enforcement agencies. Further, she is a co-investigator in a Police Pursuit Study at the Minneapolis Police Department, along with the chief of police of the Minneapolis, MN Police Department and colleagues at Winona State University (MN), and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP).
Her collaborative research interests include: the jail project "Living on the Fringe", the Toledo juvenile drug court evaluation, the Toledo teen court initiative, and a comparative analysis of student perceptions of the police in Canada, China, Japan and the United States. Office Phone Number: 419-530-4314. Email: Kasey.Tucker@utoledo.edu.
Dr. Lois A. Ventura is an Associate Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice, Social Work and Legal Specialties. She holds a Ph.D. in Sociology with a major in criminology and corrections. Dr. Ventura was employed for over 20 years with the Lucas County Sheriff’s Office, as a director in the corrections division. During her work with the Sheriff’s Office, Dr. Ventura was instrumental in the development of a jail mental health and substance abuse program, which won state and national recognition. Dr. Ventura’s research interest is investigating factors which reduce the recidivism of criminal offenders with mental health and/or substance abuse problems. Dr. Ventura was the lead researcher on a major project funded by the Ohio Department Mental Health investigating the effects of case management on the recidivism of persons with mental illness who are released from jail. The findings of this study were published in the October 1998 journal edition of Psychiatric Services. Dr. Ventura has served as a consultant for the National Institute of Corrections, GAINS Center, as well other state and federal agencies on model corrections programs for offenders with mental health and substance problems. Dr. Ventura is currently working on research projects which examine the effects of substance abuse treatment services on reducing criminal recidivism. Office Phone Number: 419-530-2660. Email: Lois.Ventura@utoledo.edu.
Mr. Andrew (Mick) Dier is a retired UT Police Officer after a 29 year career working at various levels of the police department. He is currently a Lecturer in the Department of Criminal Justice and Social Work. Office Phone Number: 419-530-5351. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. John (Jack) Shuba is a Lecturer in the Department of Criminal Justice, Social Work and Legal Specialties. He holds a J.D. from the College of Law, the University of Toledo. He has extensive experience in the field of criminal justice, especially with the Lucas County Sheriff's Department. Office Phone Number: 419-530-2185. Email: email@example.com.
Dr. Marion Boss retired as a professor in the department and no longer teaches at the university.
Mr. Vincent M. Nathan is a recently retired Lecturer in the Department.
Mr. Michael Stevenson recently retired as an Assistant Professor, but continues to teach part-time.
|The below individuals have either taught part-time since Fall 2003 or are currently
teaching part-time for the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Toledo.
There are other individuals who have also taught for the department. All part-time
faculty have added valuable learning experiences for the students. They are all appreciated.
Betsy Brooks is a law student at the law school at the University of Toledo.
Katie Bush is a dispatcher with the University of Toledo Police Department and she graduated from the Masters of Arts in Criminal Justice from the University of Toledo.
Ray Carroll is a Deputy Chief with the Sylvania Police Department.
D. Michael Collins holds an executive M.B.A. and has extensive experience in policing.
Dianna Conley-Bloomfield is a deputy sheriff with the Lucas County Sheriff's Department. She currently works with the juvenile court.
Hugh Daley is a Deputy Warden at the North Central Correctional Institution in Marion.
Gabrielle Davis is an Instructor of Law In Clinical Education with the law school at the University of Toledo.
Derrick Diggs is Chief of Police with the Toledo Police Department.
Helen (Bobbie) Finn-Will is a Chief Probation Officer with the Oregon Municipal Court. She has extensive experience in corrections and probation. She also acts as the department's Internship Coordinator.
Steve Forrester is a detective with the Toledo Police Department.
Roger Minnich is an officer with the Toledo Police Department.
Angela L. Ondrus is a local criminal justice expert.
Paul Paquette was a full-time faculty in the department. He retired in late 2003.
Laura Restivo is a Magistrate for the Lucas County Juvenile Court.
Joseph Scalzo has extensive experience as a criminal defense attorney.
Frederick Schnoor is a Sgt. with the Sylvania Police Department.
John (Jack) Shuba before his recent retirement, he was in charge of research and related matters at the Lucas County Sheriff's Department.
Floyd Simon recently retired as the Probation Administrator for Lucas County.
Tricia White is a counselor at the Lucas County Jail.
Sheree Madison-Emery is the criminal justice academic and legal specialties advisor for undergraduate students. Her office is located at Gilham Hall, Room 3100BB, (419) 530-4624. She may be reached by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Lois Ventura is the academic advisor for the Graduate program. Her office is located at HH 3004. She may be reached at (419) 530-2660 or by emailing her at Lois.Ventura@utoledo.edu.
|Patricia Komives is the department secretary. She is in HH 3000. Her phone number is 419-530-2142. Her e-mail is Patricia.Komives@utoledo.edu.|
Daniel Hall was an Associate Professor and chair of the Department of Criminal Justice from 2001 to 2003. He left to become the Dean of the Miami University, Hamilton, Ohio campus.
Carter Wilson is a Professor in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration at the University of Toledo.
Jeremy Wilson was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice in the 2002/2003 academic year. He left in the Summer of 2003 to work for Rand.