Frank Schmalleger

Frank Schmalleger

Frank Schmalleger is the director of the Justice Research Association. In 1974, he received a Ph.D. in sociology (with a special emphasis in criminology) from Ohio State University. He is a professor emeritus at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. He has also been affiliated with Webster University and was part of the online faculty of Connected Education.

Schmalleger is a member of the Advisory Board of APB News Online. and is founder and co-director of the Criminal Justice Distance Learning Consortium. He is also the founding editor of "The Justice Professional", and serves as editor for "Criminal Justice in the Twenty-first Century", as well as Imprint Advisor for the "Criminal Justice Reference Series".


*"In order to communicate knowledge we must first catch, then hold, a person’s interest—be it student, colleague, or policymaker. Our writing, our speaking, our teaching, and our research must be relevant to the problems facing people today, and they must—in some way—help solve those problems."
*"It is my hope that the technological and publishing revolutions will combine with growing social awareness to facilitate needed changes in our system; and will supplant self-serving system-perpetuated injustices with new standards of equity, compassion, understanding, fairness, and justice for all."

Employment history

*1976 - 1994 -- taught criminal justice at Pembroke State University (since 1996 the University of North Carolina at Pembroke)
**1978 - 1994 -- served as the chair of the Department of Sociology, Social Work, and Criminal Justice

Writings by Frank Schmalleger

*"Juvenile Delinquency" (2007)
*"" (2006)
*"" (2002)
*"Criminology Today" (2002)
*"Canadian Criminology Today" (with Volk), 2001
*"Canadian Criminal Justice Today" (with MacAlister, McKenna, and Winterdyk, 2001);
*"Criminal Justice Today" (2001)
*"Corrections in the Twenty-First Century" (2001)
*"Criminal Law Today" (1999)
*"" (1997)
*"" (1996)
*"" (1994)
*"Computers in Criminal Justice" (1991)
*"Criminal Justice Ethics" (1991)
*"Finding Criminal Justice in the Library" (1991)
*"Ethics in Criminal Justice" (1990)
*"A History of Corrections" (1983)
*"The Social Basis of Criminal Justice" (1981)

External links

* [ CJCENTRAL] (official)

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