Carl Dement, Ph.D.
- CIA Fieldwork
- Community Oriented Policing
- Intro to Policing
- Intro to CJ
- Writing for CJ professionals
Education and Certifications
Ph.D., Emergency Management - Oklahoma State University (2022)
M.A., Criminal Justice - University of Central Texas (1997)
B.A., Criminal Justice - University of Central Missouri (1994)
Professional and Community Involvement
Faculty Coordinator - Criminal Justice Living Learning Community (LLC)
Research, Published Work, and Scholarly Activities
Dement, C. & Inglis, M. (under review). Artificial intelligence-assisted criminal justice reporting: An exploratory study of benefits, concerns, and future directions. Criminology and Criminal Justice.
Maier, E., Dement, C., Shukla, R. (under review). Roomers vs. Zoomers: Who is learning? Journal of Continuing Higher Education.
Dement, C. (2023, Jul 25). Enhancing carceral evacuation efficacy: Insights from 2020-2021 disasters. Sage Perspectives. https://perspectivesblog.sagepub.com/blog/research/enhancing-carceral-evacuation-efficacy-insights-from-2020-2021-disasters
Dement, C. & Inglis, M. (2023, Jul 20) AI can be used to write better criminal justice reports, but professionals in the field still have reservations about its use. London School of Economics and Political Science. https://bit.ly/43xJRFQ
Dement, C. (2023). Coordinating the chaos: An evaluation of carceral evacuations. The Prison Journal. https://doi.org/10.1177/00328855231188427
Dement, C. & Burns, J. (2023, Jun 9) Social protests following police killings can influence the public service motivations of criminal justice professionals. London School of Economics and Political Science. https://bit.ly/3CmZlRK
Dement, C. (2023, May 1). Greater collaboration between local and state emergency management can better prepare prisons and jails for disasters. London School of Economics and Political Science. https://bit.ly/3UTrGHT
Dement, C. (2023). Public administration in disaster: Integrating emergency management into jail and prison preparedness. Public Administration Review. https://doi.org/10.1111/puar.13608
Dement dissertation (2022). To stay or to go? A critical evaluation of carceral operations in slow-onset disasters.
Dement, C., & McAleavy, T. (2021). Vulnerable populations: A cross-case synthesis of correctional facility disaster response during Hurricanes Katrina and Maria. Journal of Emergency Management, 19(8), 97-108.
Dement, C. (2020) Review of: Policing in Natural Disasters: Stress, Resilience, and the Challenges of Emergency Management. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 38(2), 238-240.
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