Earlier edition published as: Research methods in crime and justice.
Dr. Brian L. Withrow is Professor at Texas State University--San Marcos. Prior to joining the Texas State University faculty in 2009, Brian was an Associate Professor and Director of the Forensic Sciences Program at Wichita State University. While on the faculty at Wichita State University, Brian served one term as Mayor of Bel Aire, Kansas. From 1993 to 1999, Brian managed a police leadership development program at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. Prior to his scholarly career, Brian worked for the Texas Department of Public Safety. He started this part of his career in 1981 as a State Trooper in a rural part of the Texas Panhandle. During the nearly 13 years Brian was at the Department of Public Safety, he promoted to the rank of Training Officer, Inspector, and Bureau Commander. Brian earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Stephen F. Austin State University in 1981, his Master of Public Administration from Southwest Texas State University in 1993, and his Doctor of Philosophy in Criminal Justice from Sam Houston State University in 1999. Brian lives on a farm near Medicine Lodge, Kansas with his wife Lisa. They have four grown children and four grandchildren. He spends most of his off time managing his growing honey bee apiary.
Brian L. Withrow
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18 colour illustrations, 108 colour tables, 18 colour line drawings