Assistant Professor

Biography

Patrick Brady received a PhD in Criminal Justice from Sam Houston State University in 2017.  In 2010, he graduated from Weber State University in Ogden, Utah with a Bachelor of Art’s degree in Forensic Science, and a minor in Sociology.  He continued on an academic adventure to Boise State University, where he received a Master of Art’s degree in Criminal Justice in 2012.  Patrick has spent the majority of his professional career working with youth in state-run treatment centers and therapeutic boarding schools. After obtaining his Master’s degree, he worked with a statewide domestic and sexual violence coalition to implement adolescent relationship abuse and sexual violence prevention programming in middle and high schools throughout Idaho. Patrick’s primary research interests focus on reducing burnout among police officers and improving university and justice system response to intimate partner stalking.

Education / Degrees

  • B.S., Forensic Science, Weber State University, 2010
  • M.A., Criminal Justice, Criminal Justice, 2012
  • PhD, Criminal Justice, Sam Houston State University, 2017
  • Courses Taught
  • Course Sections and Syllabi

    Fall 2017 Sections

    • CRIM-2245 (Juvenile Delinquency) Section: 01
    • CRIM-3411 (Criminal Investigations) Section: E01
    • CRIM-4280 (Campus Crime) Section: E01
  • Publication List

    Hayes, B. E., O’Neal, E. N., Meeker, K. A., Steele, S. A., Brady, P. Q., & Bills, M. A. (Forthcoming). Assessing online strategies aimed at enhancing campus safety. Journal of Aggression, Conflict, and Peace Research

    Brady, P.Q. & Hayes, B. E. (Forthcoming). The intersection of stalking and the severity of intimate partner abuse. Accepted for publication at Violence & Victims.

    Brady, P. Q. (Forthcoming). Crimes against caring: Exploring the risk of secondary traumatic stress, burnout, and compassion satisfaction among child exploitation investigators. Accepted for publication at the Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology.

    Brady, P. Q., Nobles. M. R., & Bouffard, L. A. (Forthcoming). Are college students really at a higher risk for stalking?: Exploring the generalizability of student samples in victimization research. Accepted for publication at the Journal of Criminal Justi

    Franklin, C. A., Brady, P. Q., Jurek, A. (2017). Responding to gendered violence among college students: The impact of participant characteristics on direct bystander intervention behavior. Journal of School Violence, 16(2).

    Brady, P. Q., & Nobles, M. R. (forthcoming). The ‘dark figure’ of stalking: Examining law enforcement response. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Online First 0886260515596979.

  • Skills and Resources

    Bystander intervention education

    I am a certified trainer with Green Dot, a bystander education program that builds the capacity of community members to reduce power-based personal violence.

    Stalking

    I have been certified through the National Crime Victimization Center's Stalking Resource Center to train law enforcement, advocates, and first responders on the dynamics and intersection of stalking, intimate partner violence, and sexual assault.