Peter Collins joins
the Seattle University Criminal Justice Department as an Assistant Professor in
September. Currently a doctoral candidate at Washington State University, he will teach statistics,
criminal law, and criminal justice organizations at the undergraduate
level and law and social control
at the graduate level.
received a National Institute of Justice Graduate Research Fellowship for his
dissertation research involving cost-benefit analysis of substance abuse
treatment programs offered through the Idaho Office of Drug Policy. His
research interests include substance abuse treatment evaluation, legal process
policies, and management and organizational dynamics in criminal justice
agencies. He has authored or coauthored numerous articles, book chapters,
and technical reports, and his work has been published in the Journal of Criminal Justice, Police Quarterly, Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, and
Criminal Justice Studies.
Criminal Justice Department, College of Arts and Sciences, offers a Master’s degree and undergraduate majors and
minors in criminology, forensic psychology, administration of justice, and
forensic science and a certificate in crime analysis.
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