Andrew Giacomazzi, Ph.D.
Associate Dean and Professor, School of Public Service.
Ph. D., Political Science (1995). Washington State University.
M.A., Criminal Justice (1991). Washington State University.
B.A., Social Ecology (1989). University of California-Irvine.
B.A., German (1989). University of California-Irvine.
Refereed journal articles:
Mueller, D, Bostaph, L.G., and Giacomazzi, A.. (2013). “What Works in Treating Juveniles with Substance Abuse Problems, Mental Health Issues or Co-Occurring Disorders?”. Journal of Knowledge and Best Practices in Juvenile Justice and Psychology, 7(1), 55-64
Crank, J. P., Irlbeck, D. M., and Giacomazzi, A. L.. (2012). “A Risk-Based Model of Public Perceptions of Crime and Disorder”. Criminal Justice Studies. 5.2: 131-144.
Crank, J. P. and Giacomazzi, Andrew. (2009). “A Sheriffs Office as a Learning Organization”. Police Quarterly, 12(4), 351-369.
Giacomazzi, A. & Bell, V. (2007). Drug court program monitoring: Lessons learned about program implementation and research methodology. Criminal Justice Policy Review 18(3), 294-312.
Crank, J. & Giacomazzi, A. (2007). Areal policing and public perceptions in a nonurban setting: One size fits one. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management 30(1), 108-131.
Thurman, Q. C., Zhao, J., & Giacomazzi, A. L. (2007). Community Policing in a Community Era: An Introduction and Exploration. Oxford University Press. (2001, Roxbury Publishing).
Thurman, Q. C., & Giacomazzi, A. (Eds.). (2004). Controversies in Policing. Anderson Publishing.
Selected Works of Andrew Giacomazzi: http://works.bepress.com/andrew_giacomazzi/