Law-related classes taught: CLJ 345 Police and Society; CLJ 541: Dynamics of Behavior in Criminal Justice Agencies (emphasis on policing)
Law-related scholarly interests: Procedural justice and fairness during police-resident encounters; Community and minority group attitudes toward the police and policing tactics; innovations in police educational curricula. Effectiveness and legality of popular crime control strategies.
Rosenbaum, D. P., Schuck, A. M., Costello, S. K., Hawkins, D. F., & Ring, M. K. (2005). "Attitudes toward the police: The effects of direct and vicarious experience" Police Quarterly, 8: 343-365.
Schuck, A.M., & Rosenbaum, D.P. (2005). "Global and neighborhood attitudes toward the police: Differentiation by race, ethnicity and type of contact." Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 21: 391-418.
Rosenbaum, D. P. (2006). “The limits of hot spots policing” In D. Weisburd & A. A. Braga (eds.), Police Innovation: Contrasting Perspectives. Pp. 245-263. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Rosenbaum, D. P. (2007). "Police innovation post 1980: Assessing effectiveness and equity concerns in the information technology era." Institute for the Prevention of Crime Review, 1: 11-44.