David Jenks, Ph.D.

Professor and Chair of Criminology

 

  Office: Pafford 230
Phone: 678-839-6327
Fax: 678-839-6506
Email: djenks@westga.edu

 

 

Publications

Jenks, D., Johnson, L. M., and Matthews, T. (2012) “Examining General Police Integrity: An Extension of the Single Dependent Variable Analysis,” COGNITA Working Paper Series, forthcoming.

Corriea, M. and Jenks, D. (2010) "Expectations of change: the congruency between Beat Officers and Supervisors and its impact on programmatic change," Police Practice and Research, First pub. on: 16 September 2010 (iFirst).

Jenks, D. (2009). "Police Corruption or Police Productivity? Moonlighting in U.S. Agencies," Critical Issues in Justice and Politics, 2, 2: 87-104.

Jenks, D. (2008) Book Review, Police Leadership, by  M. R. Haberfeld. Criminal Justice Review. Atlanta: Jun 2008. Vol. 33, Iss. 2; p. 251.

Corriea, M. and Jenks, D. (2008). "Assessing the Congruency Between Line Officers and Command Staff in Expectations of Change," Professional Issues in Criminal Justice, 3, 4: 107-125.

Jenks, D. Carter, J. S., and Jenks, C. (2007). "Command Staff Leadership Training and Job Commitment in the LAPD," Southwest Journal of Criminal Justice, Vol. 4, 2: 106-114.

Jenks, D. (2007) Book Review, Walking the Tightrope: Leadership in the LAPD, by Renford Reese. Policing and Society an International Journal of Research and Policy, Vol. 17, 3: 300.

Jenks, D., Carter, J. S., Jenks, C., Correia, M. (2006). "The Los Angeles Police Department's West Point Leadership Program: Participant Survey," Professional Issues in Criminal Justice, Vol. 1, 2: 55-70.

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: Transaction Publishers.

Jenks, D. and Jenks, C. (2004). “Where are you now Cesar Chavez? The Unique Vulnerabilities And Victimization Experiences of Mexican Immigrants in the United States.” In C. T. M. Coston (Ed.) Victimizing Vulnerable Groups: Images of Uniquely High Risk Crime Targets. New York: Praeger Press. 

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..

 Jenks, D., Costelloe, M., and Krebs, C. (2003) "After the Fall: Czech Police in a Post-Communist Era." International Criminal Justice Review, 13: 90-109.

Krebs, C., Costelloe, M., and Jenks, D. (2003). "Drug Control Policy and Smuggling Innovation: A Game Theoretic Analysis." Journal of Drug Issues, Winter: 133-160. 

Jenks, D. (2002) "Policing in the Czech Republic: Transition to Democracy." Dissertation.

Jenks, D. (2002). Book review of "The Practice of Research in Criminology and Criminal Justice" Bachman & Schutt (2001). Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 18, 4: 410-412.

Jenks, D. (2001) "International Policing: Cooperation Among Nations in the European Union." Encyclopedia of Criminology. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers.

Jenks, D. (2000) "Social Developmental Theory." The Justice Professional, 12: 507-532.

Krebs, C. P., M. Costelloe, and D. Jenks (2000). "Black Powder Drugs: An Innovative Response to Drug Control Policy." The International Journal of Drug Policy. Vol. 11, pp. 351-356.

Coston, C., Berry, B., Ross, L., Heard, C., and Jenks, D. (1999) "The Pressures and Joys of Academic Life: Minority Statuses and Other Considerations." The Justice Professional, 11: 325 - 337.

Coston, C., and Jenks, D. (1998) "Exploring Academic Dishonesty Among Undergraduate Criminal Justice Majors." American Journal of Criminal Justice, 22, 2, Spring: 235-248.


 

 


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