Collectively, in the last three years the CCJEM faculty have produced more than 50 articles, book chapters, and books.
Emergency Management faculty were instrumental in the establishment of the Federal Next Generation of Core Competencies for the emerging discipline of Emergency Management, along with a Handbook of Behavioral Anchors and Key Actions for measurement.
Under the leadership of Ron Mark, the Center for Criminal Justice Research and Training has garnered nearly $3 million in contracts to provide training throughout the state for law enforcement personnel.
Dr. Aili Malm has secured $1.7 million in research funding that supports our graduate students and provides valuable research and evaluation services to local agencies.
Dr. James Binnall was instrumental in the development of Rising Scholars, the only student organization at LBSU dedicated to meeting the needs of formerly incarcerated students. Dr. Binnall secured a $25,000 commitment from the City of Long Beach to fund the Rising Scholars Education Lab, a drop-in clinic that assists formerly incarcerated citizens secure admission to colleges and universities.
In 2016, Dr. Christine Scott-Hayward was selected as a Supreme Court Fellow, assigned to the U.S. Sentencing Commission. This prestigious fellowship, run by the Supreme Court of the United States, enabled Dr. Scott-Hayward to spend a year in Washington D.C., learning about and conducting research on the federal judiciary.
For 10 years, Dr. John Wang has offered a study abroad program in comparative forensic science at University of Leicester, Glasgow Caledonian University and British Columbia Institute of Technology