David Jenks, Ph.D.
Professor of Criminology, Chair
Phone: 678-839-6327 | Fax:
Office: Pafford Social Science Building 228
Office Hours: By appointment only
I received my Ph.D. from Florida State University and I am currently a Professor of Criminology at The University of West Georgia. My research interests vary, but I am currently focusing on higher education in GA, comparative/international policing, organizational administration and leadership, and Terrorism. I was awarded a fellowship with the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies in summer 2013. I enjoy spending time with my wife Cathi and my two children Annika (11) and Nicholas (8), playing golf, biking, and Tae Kwon Do.
Courses and Sections
- CRIM-4911 (Terrorism)
- CRIM-4981 (Criminology)
- CRIM-6350 (Terrorism)
- CRIM-6999 (Thesis)
Spring 2016 Sections
- CRIM-6350 (Terrorism) Section: E01
- CRIM-6999 (Thesis) Section: 01
Fall 2015 Sections
- CRIM-4911 (Terrorism) Section: E01
- CRIM-6999 (Thesis) Section: 02
Summer 2015 Sections
- CRIM-4981 (Criminology) Section: E01
- Fuller, J.R. and Jenks, D. (Under Contract, Due Dec. 2015) Global Crime and Justice, Routledge.
- Lemke, Richard, Lee M. Johnson & David Jenks (2014). "Perceptions of the Trend of Collaborative Publications: Results from a Survey of Criminal Justice and Criminology Department Chairs," Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 14 May.
- Jenks, D., Johnson, L. M., and Matthews, T. (2012) "Examining Police Integrity: Categorizing Corruption Vignettes," International Police Executive Symposium, Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces, and Coginta
- Jenks, D. (2004). "The Czech Police: Adopting Democratic Principles." In Caparini, M and Marenin, O. (Eds.) Transforming Police in Central and Eastern Europe: Process and Progress. Geneva Center for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces, Geneva: Tran
- Ong, M., and Jenks, D. (2004). "Hispanic Perceptions of Community Policing: Is Community Policing Working?" Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, 2, 3: 53-66.