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Joseph F. Ryan, Ph.D.

Pace University

861 Bedford Road

Pleasantville, New York 10570

Phone: (914) 773-3814

Email: jryan@pace.edu


CAREER OBJECTIVE Sociological/Criminological research and teaching at University or College level.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Pace University, Dyson College of Arts and Sciences: New York, New York 10038
1991-Present Department of Criminal Justice, Chair and Professor: New York and Pleasantville Campus. For additional details of Pace University accomplishments see end of resume.
2007- Board of Trustees (Voting Member), Pace University
Westchester County Department of Public Safety Police Academy
2006-Present Visiting Professor/Certified New York State Police Instructor for New York City and Westchester County Police Departments.
Westchester County Department of Probation
2008-2010 Process Evaluation of “Non-Incest Sex Offenders Visitation Program”
Department of Homeland Security
2007-2009 External Evaluator for DHS’s Center for Homeland Defense and Security Masters Degree and Executive Leaders Program.
New York State Department of Education
2006-2008 External Review for Accreditation of New York Institute of Technology: Criminal Justice Program
U.S. Department of State, International Visitors Program
2003-2005 Lecturer: Re “Globalization and Terrorism: A Community Policing Response”
Office of Domestic Preparedness, Department of Homeland Security
2002-2010 Consultant:

  • Public Private Partnerships to deal with Terrorism and WMD (T&WMD)

  • Local Law Enforcement response to T&WMD

  • Evaluation of master’s degree in homeland security offered by the Center for Homeland Defense and Security, at the Naval Postgraduate School


Urban Institute: Washington, D.C.


    1. Consultant:

  • Co-Principal Investigator of the National Evaluation of Title I of the 1994 Crime Act (COPS Program).

  • Member Advisory Board for 1994 Violence Against Women Act re Evaluation of STOP Block Grants to Combat Violence Against Women.



National Institute of Justice, U. S. Department of Justice: Washington, D.C.
1991-1993 Visiting Fellow.

1990-2000 Technical Assistance Provider:



  • Peer Reviewer.

  • Developing State Capacity to Conduct Evaluations.


National Center for Victims of Crime: Washington, D.C.
2000-2004 Consultant:

  • Assist Philadelphia Police in developing Model Protocol to address crime of Stalking.



New York State Department of Health

1997-1998 Member of Committee on Pain Management of the New York State Public Health Council (for recommendations dealing with legislation/policy on assisted suicide/palliative care as it relates to regulating controlled substances).



Civic Research Institute, Inc.: New York, New York

2011 Editorial Review Board for Journal of International Security

1997-Present Editorial Review Board for “Victimization of the Elderly and Disabled Bulletin.”
American Bar Association


    1. Consultant:

  • Research Criminal Justice System Response to Child Abductions.



Indian Health Services, U. S. Department of Health and Human Services.


    1. Lecturer:

  • Develop and Provide Two Day Training Seminar Re “A Community Response to Domestic Violence and Child Abuse.” Training provided in 10 different Native American Communities to Judges, Prosecutors, Police and Human Service Providers.


Columbia University, Teachers College, New York, New York
1989-1993 Lecturer:

  • NYS Mandated Reports Course re Child Abuse.

  • Adolescent Mental Health Training Conferences for Service Providers in Indian Health Service and Tribal Programs.

Manhattan College: Bronx, New York 10452
1990-1991 Adjunct Professor, Undergraduate Sociology Program
Long Island University: Dobbs Ferry, New York 10522


    1. Adjunct Professor, Graduate Criminal Justice Program


Mercy College: Dobbs Ferry, New York 10522


    1. Adjunct Professor, Undergraduate Sociology Program

New York City Police Department, New York, New York 10038
1968-1993 Police Officer, Detective and Researcher. For Details of NYCPD Accomplishments see end of Resume.
Federal Bureau of Investigation, New York, New York 10017
1967-1968 Clerk/Teletype Operator, Maximum Security Clearance.

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
1979 1984 Ph.D. in Sociology from Fordham University, Bronx, New York. Dissertation: "Police Behavior: A Study of Structure, Anomie and Patterned Evasion."
1976 1978 MA in Criminal Justice from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, N.Y. Thesis: "Public Perception of Corruption: An Attitudinal Study."
1970 1976 BA in Criminal Justice from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, N.Y.
1998 Chairing the Academic Department, American Council on Education
1994 University of Illinois at Chicago, Office of International Criminal Justice. Re: Sports Violence: Issues for Law Enforcement," (16 hours continuing education certificate).
1992 University of Oklahoma, College of Continuing Education. Re: Indian Health Service/Social Service Needs (24 hours continuing education certificate).
1991 Columbia University, Teachers College. Re: Child and Adolescent Mental Health Training for Service Providers in Indian Health Service and Tribal Programs (33 hours continuing education certificate).

1990 Columbia University, Teachers College. Re: Child Abuse and Maltreatment Training in Identification, Reporting, and Intervention for Mandated Professionals (8 hours continuing education certificate).



Police Quarterly Journal

1999-2002 Peer Reviewer.



Criminal Justice Quarterly

1999-2003 Peer Reviewer.



Journal of Organized Crime

1997-2001 Peer Reviewer.



PUBLICATIONS

Ryan, J.F. , An Evaluation of the Masters of Arts in Security Studies: Homeland Security and Defense Degree at the Naval Postgraduate School, Department of Homeland Security, January 2009.


Ryan, J.F. , “Developing Risk Management and Outcome-Based

Performance Monitoring Strategies for the Bureau of Immigration and

Customs Enforcement,“ 2006 Congressional Quarterly, Inc.

Federal Document Clearing House Congressional Testimony, March 28,

2006 Tuesday

Ryan, J.F., and Dupont, I “Evaluation of PAV Project,” Westchester



County Department of Probation and Corrections, 2005.
Ryan, J. F., “Community Policing and the Impact of the COPS Program: A Potential Tool in the Local War on Terrorism,” in Critical Issues in Criminal Justice,2nd, Albert Roberts, editor, Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA: Fall 2003.
Ryan, J. F. and Buerger, Michael E. 1994 Crime Act: A View of Implementation in 30 Cities, Washington, D.C., National Institute of Justice, Spring 2002.
Grasso, K. L., Ryan. J. F., et al. The Criminal Justice System’s Response to Parental Abductions, Washington, D.C. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, September 2001. (Peer Reviewed)
Ryan, J. F. San Diego City Schools Police Department: An Evaluation of a COPS School Based Partnerships Program, Washington, D.C. Office of Community Oriented Policing, July 2001 (Peer Reviewed)
Roth, J. A., and Ryan, J. F. National Evaluation of the COPS Program, Washington, D.C. National Institute of Justice, August 2000. (Peer Reviewed)
Ryan, J. F. and Roth, J. A. Research in Brief, COPS Program: Four-Year Assessment. Washington, D.C., National Institute of Justice, August 2000. (Peer Reviewed)
Ryan, J. F., and Grasso, K. L., “Police Handling of Missing and Parentally Abducted Children,” Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, November 1998. (Peer Reviewed)
Ryan, J. F., and Gunn, K. “The Security Team Program,” Police Chief Magazine: Project Response. International Association of Chiefs of Police, October 1997.
Grasso, K.L., Ryan, J.F., Wells, S.J. The Criminal Justice System’s Response to Parental Abductions, U.S. Justice Department, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. Final Report October 1996, pp 3-1:3-146. (Peer Reviewed)
Ryan, J.F., “Community Policing: Trends, Policies, Programs and Definition,“ Critical Issues in Crime and Justice, ed. Albert Roberts, Ohio: Sage Publications, 1994, pp 127-144.
Ryan, J. F., Varieties of Community Policing, Washington, D.C., National Institute of Justice, 1994 (Peer Reviewed)
Ryan, J. F., "The Goals of Policing," Policing in America, ed. by Albert Roberts, Ohio: Sage Publications, 1993, pp. 242-273.
Ryan, J. F. "An Urban Law Enforcement Response to Missing and Runaway Children," Missing Children, Martin L. Forst, ed. Springfield, Illinois: Charles C, Thomas, 1990, pp 127-142.
Ryan, J. F., "A Law Enforcement Dilemma: Family Violence Hits Home," Law Enforcement Journal. Vol. 1,No. 1, 1990. (Peer Reviewed)
Ryan, J. F., Evaluation of New York City Police Department’s Domestic Violence Prevention Project. New York: New York City Police Department, 1990.
Ryan, J. F., "Domestic Violence: A Social and Legal Perspective," Police Chief, March 1987.
Ryan, J. F., "The Plight of Our Modern Huckleberry Finns," Missing/Abused, Summer, 1987.
Ryan, J. F., Operation Outreach: A Study of Runaway Children In New York City. New York: New York City Police Department, 1986.
Ryan, J. F., "An Arrest Like Any Other?" New York Newsday, 23 September 1986.
Ryan, J.F., "1983 Missing Children Study: A Study of Missing Children in New York City." An Unpublished Study Conducted for New York City Police Department, March 5, 1985.
Ryan, J. F., Inspections Division Bulletin. New York: New York City Police Department, 1980   1984, bi monthly publication (2200 copies per).

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Pi Alpha Alpha

Alpha Phi Sigma

International Association of Chiefs of Police

American Society of Criminology

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences

Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics

American Society of Political Science

AWARDS

Pace University Kenan Award for “Teaching

Excellence,” 2001/2002 Academic Year

Pace University Student Award for “Outstanding

Faculty Member from Class of 1999”

"Marquis Who’s Who in the World, ”Millennium Edition

“Marquis Who’s Who in America” Millennium Edition

“Marquis Who’s Who in the East”, 1999/2000

New York State REGENTS SCHOLARSHIP

New York City Police Department "Certificate of

Recognition for Exceptional Attendance - FIVE YEAR AWARD"


PRESENTATIONS BEFORE PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES/CONFERENCES
2010 Fourth Annual Homeland Security Education Summit, “Understanding Terrorism Using GIS.”
2007 Annual Meeting of Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. “Local

Law Enforcement Involvement in Fighting.”

2006 Testify before the One Hundred Ninth U.S. Congress, Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats, and International Relations, re “Developing Risk Management and Performance-Based Monitoring Strategies for the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.”

2004 Annual Meeting of American Society of Criminology. “Pedagogical Strategies in Teaching Introductory Level College Courses.”

2002 Annual Meeting of American Association of Colleges and Universities, re “A Team Approach to Curriculum Design for Online Teaching.”

2001 Annual Meeting of American Society of Criminology, Chair Session re: “Minorities and the Police.”

2001 Annual Meeting of American Society of Criminology. “Creating an Effective Stalking Protocol”

2001 International Conference at Sam Houston State University,“ Policing in Multi-Cultural Societies.”

2001 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Chair of Panel re “Police and Community: Assessing Issues”

2001 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology re “Examining the Perception and Attitude of Minorities Toward the Police.”

2000 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology re “The Legacy of President Clinton’s COPS Program.”

2000 Fifth Annual Advocacy in Action Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Keynote Speaker Re “Community Policing and Domestic Violence Strategies.”

1999 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology re “National Evaluation of Title I of the 1994 Crime Act.”

1999 National Institute of Justice Evaluation Conference re “National Evaluation of Title I of the 1994 Crime Act.”

1998 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology re “Preliminary Results of the National Evaluation of Title I of the 1994 Crime Act.”

1998 National Conference on Community Policing re “Return on Investment: A National Evaluation of the COPS Program.”

1998 National Institute of Justice Annual Research and Evaluation Conference “National Evaluation of Title I of the 1994 Crime Act.”

1998 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences re “Police/Sheriff Response to Parental Abductions.”

1997 National Institute of Justice Evaluation Conference re “Site Assessment of COPS MORE Programs.”

1997 First National Conference on Community Relations re “Community Policing and its Impact on Community Relations.”

1997 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology re “The National Evaluation of the Office of Community Oriented Policing.”

1996 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology re “National Evaluation of Cops On the Beat’” and “Developing a Protocol for Conducting Site Assessments of Law Enforcement Agencies.”

1995 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology re AA Justice System Response to Parental Abductions, and “Community Policing: A Practitioner=s View.”

1995 4th International Family Violence Research Conference, “Community Policing and Family Violence: Can the Criminal Justice and Health Care Systems Work Together Toward a Solution?”

1994 Office of International Criminal Justice Conference on Sports Violence, re “Developing Security Plans for the 1996 Olympics.”

1994 Annual Meeting of Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences re "Defining the Supervisors Role in Community Policing."

1993 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology re "Defining Community Policing," and "Integrated Theories and Policy Development in a Police Agency."

1992 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology re “Developing A Community Policing Model.”

1991 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology re “Police Behavior and Crime.”

1991 Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control Conference re “Forum on Youth Violence in Minority Communities: Setting the Agenda for Prevention.”

1990 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology re: "Youth Gang Violence."


Details of PACE UNIVERSITY ACCOMPLISHMENTS



PROFESSOR:
2007-Present Member of Board of Trustees, Pace University (including sub-committees for Building and Grounds, Staff Affairs, Technology and Information, and Pension)

2001-Present Chair, Department of Criminal Justice and Sociology (name changed in 2010 to Criminal Justice and Security)



    1. Chair, Department of Public Administration

2003-Present Chair, Faculty Council (PLV) Grievance Committee

2006-Present Member of Dyson College Tenure and Promotion Committee

2005-Present Member of Dyson College Assessment Committee

2004-Present Dyson College Learning Outcome Assessment Committee

2003-Present Faculty Council (PLV) Admissions Committee

2001-Present Faculty Council (PLV) Technology Needs Committee

2001-Present Faculty Council (PLV) Ad Hoc Space Utilization Committee

2001-Present Dyson College Society of Fellows

2000-Present: Dyson College Committee to Review Faculty Evaluation

Forms


1998-Present: Faculty Council (PLV) Admissions Committee

1998-2003: Dyson College Committee on Sabbatical Leave

1997-Present: University Institutional Review Board

1997-Present: Chair of President’s Advisory Committee on Campus Security

1994/95 Acting Chair, Department of Public Administration

1993/95 Chair, Faculty Council White Plains Campus

1993/95 President's Advisory Group

1993/95 Provost’s Affirmative Action Committee

1993/95 Committee of Deans and Faculty on Promotion and Tenure: Alternate Member

1993/95 Strategic Agenda Committee

1994/95 Committee on Faculty Compensation

1996/97 Committee on Dyson College Concerns

1999/2001 Chair, Departmental Hiring Committees (four times)
Guest Speaker/Testimony:
2006 Testimony before House of Representatives, Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats and International Relations, re “Developing Risk Management and Outcome-Based Monitoring Strategies for the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.”

2006 “Hate Crime Workshop” Forum, sponsored by The Organization of Chinese Americans and Pace University.

2005 “Hate Crime Workshop” Forum, sponsored by The Organization of Chinese Americans and Pace University.

2003 Response Television Network: Panel re “Homeland Security: Information for State and Local Public Safety.”

2000 Key Note Address re “Domestic Violence and Community Policing” for the New Mexico Crime Victims Reparation Commission

1999: ABC-Channel 7: Evening News re Police Brutality

1999: NEWS 12 re Media Violence

1999: WFAS Radio re Family Violence

1998: ABC Evening News re Terrorism

1998: NEWS 12 re Children and Violence


Pace University Faculty Development Opportunities:
2004 Administrative Portfolio Workshop

2002 “Exploring Learning Communities,” American Association of Colleges and Universities, Atlanta, Georgia.

2001 “Learning Communities,” University of Rhode Island.

2001 Multiple Teaching Techniques

2001 Introduction to Blackboard

2001 Introduction to FrontPage

2001 Implementing Learning Communities

2000 Academic Leadership Institute, American Council on Education, San Diego

2000 Writing Across the Curriculum Workshop

2000 Web board and Multimedia Workshop

1999 Introduction to Course Info

1999 Introduction to PowerPoint and Advanced PowerPoint

1998 Seminar on Sexual Harassment Policy

1998 Education Technology Conference: New School for Social Research



New Courses Developed and Taught:


Learning Communities:
“The ABC’s of Crime: Audacity, Brains and Creativity”

CRJ 261: Criminal Investigation, with

LIT 211: Modern Detective Mysteries

“The Longest War: Violence Against Women”

CRJ 375: Criminal Justice System Response to Domestic Violence, with

HIS 211: History of American Women.


Courses Developed:

Graduate Level:

PAA 644 Re-Engineering Government and Non-Profit Agencies

PAA 621 Introduction to Criminal Justice (In Class/Online

PAA 622 Multi-Disciplinary Response to Violence

PAA 623 Law for Criminal Justice Managers


Undergraduate Level:

CRJ 499 Senior Capstone

CRJ 315 Integrity Issues in the Criminal Justice System

CRJ 332 Research Methods and Current Criminal Justice Issues

CRJ 296 Topics Course: Local Law Enforcement Response to Terrorism (In class/Online)

CRJ 269 Topics Travel Course: Crime and Justice in Ireland, Italy (and Poland-2004)


Courses Taught:

Graduate Level:

PAA 502 Statistics and Research Methods

PAA 601 Public Administration and its Environment

PAA 602 Organization Theory and Management (In class/Online

PAA 615 Program Planning and Evaluation (In class/Online


Undergraduate Level:

CRJ 150 Introduction to Criminal Justice (in class and online)

CRJ 242 Crime and Public Policy (in class and online)

CRJ 250 Penology

CRJ 255 Structures and Function of a Police Organization

CRJ 341 Management Science in the Criminal Justice System

CRJ 346 Terrorism and Society

SOC 114 Criminology (in class and online)


Other Accomplishments:
2004 Organized Conference at Pace University: “Changing Mission of Corrections: A Community Forum on Educational Programs for Inmates and Higher Education Opportunities for Correction Officers.”

2003 Organized Conference at Pace University: “Transitional Services in Corrections.”

2003 Institute an Executive in Residence Program for Dyson College of Arts and Sciences

2002 Grant from DHS/OPD re Public Private Partnerships for Terrorism and WMD

2001-Present.Judge in Westchester-Rockland Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006)

2001-Present.Mentor White Plains High School Students re Social Science Research Projects.

2000 Restructured Criminal Justice Program, including introducing two CRJ Tracks: Law Enforcement Track and Courts and Corrections Track

2000 Developed a Capstone Course (research/problem solving focus) for CRJ Majors.

2000 Developed a Partnership with the College of Criminal Justice, at Sam Houston State University (Huntsville, TX).

2003 Pace University, School of Computer Sciences and Information System: Doctoral Committee: “Cyber-terrorism.”


Newspaper Citations: 12 as of 2010, including New York Times, and USA Today (front page article).

Details of NEW YORK CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS, 1 Police Plaza,

New York, 10038-1497


1984-1993 Police Commissioners Office, Office of Management Analysis and Planning: Program Research/Grant Development Unit and Special Projects Unit.


New York City Police Department Representative/Liaison to:
Harvard School of Public Health, re National Violence Prevention Advocacy

Association.

Mayor's Interagency Council for Multi-Problem Families

Mayor's Child Protective Task Force

Mayor's Task Force on Runaway Children

Mayor's Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect


Manhattan High Schools' Advisory Council For Child Abuse, Neglect and

Adolescent Crisis.

New York City Coalition on Elder Abuse

New York City Department of Health's Injury Control Program

New York State Department of Health's Injury Control Program

Centers for Disease Control, Injury Control Division

Victim Services Agency of New York City

"STEPS" To End Family Violence

New York City Department of Health's Violence Prevention Initiative

New York City Women's Justice League

New York City Women's Prison Association

New York City Coalition Against Domestic Violence


PROVIDE EXPERT TESTIMONY AT HEARINGS:

New York Law Commission Hearing Re Police Response to the Mentally Ill,

1990.

Congressional Hearing Re Child Victim of Violence by Strangers With Handguns,



1990.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Advisory Board on Child Abuse

and Neglect

GUEST SPEAKER:

Columbia University, Teachers College, 1991

Governor's Commission on Domestic Violence

HBO Documentary "Child or Rage: A Story of Abuse," Panel Discussant, 1990

20/20 ABC Television re Lisa Steinberg, 1987

World News Tonight re Lisa Steinberg, 1987

New York City Police Academy

Professional Athletes Unlimited (Anti Drug Seminars)

Sixth and Seventh Annual Conferences On The Legal Rights of Battered Women

NOW Conference on Women in the Courts

NYCPD "Sex Crimes/Child Abuse Investigator's" Course

NYS Medical Society's Child Abuse Committee



SPECIFIC NYPD ACCOMPLISHMENTS:


  • Research and Develop new policy for a Law Enforcement response to Child Abuse.

  • Evaluation of the Domestic Violence Prevention Project.

  • Develop Police Strategies for a Multi-Problem Family Demonstration Project.

  • Conduct Study of Runaway Children in New York City (Official copy available).

  • Conduct Study of Missing Children in New York City (Official copy available).

  • Conduct Study of Rapes in NYC for 1985 and Develop Proactive Prevention Strategies (Official copy available).

  • Conduct Study of 1983 and 1984 Homicides (Official copy available).

  • Coordinate and Develop NYC Missing Children Campaign.

  • Coordinate and Develop Domestic Violence Prevention Program.

  • Coordinate and Develop Community Policing Program (later to become the National Model adopted by President Clinton re COPS Program).

  • Present paper re: NYCPD's Domestic Violence Prevention Program at 93rd Annual Convention of the Inter-national Association of Chiefs of Police.

  • Develop and implement strategies for Community Patrol Officer Program.

1972 1984 Inspections Division and Intelligence Division (Detective/Investigator)




  • Conducted 4,000 hours covert observations of police patrols.

  • Conducted 7,000 interviews of New York City residents re attitudes toward NYC Police.

  • Officer Administrator--Staff of 71 persons.

  • In-House Integrity Officer.

  • Training Officer for Inspections Division, Internal Affairs Division, Police Academy and other police units re Integrity and Inspections Issues.

  • Developed inspection procedures and evaluative methodologies for specialized studies.

  • Expert in patrol, detective and personnel management procedures.

  • Editor of all Inspections Division Reports and Studies.

  • Attended certified courses: "Administrative Lieutenant Training Program," "Specialized Personal Protective Security," and "Internal Investigations.”

  • Provided Personal Security as NYCPD Representative to:

President James Carter,

First Lady of the Philippines, Imelda Marcos, and

Prime Minister of Israel, Menachin Begin


  • Numerous confidential investigations.

1979 24th Precinct, Manhattan, New York


1970-1972 48th Precinct, Bronx, New York
1968 1970 Police Trainee


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