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TEXAS STATE VITA
William E. Stone Ph.D.

Professor of Criminal Justice


I. Academic/Professional Background
Educational Background
Degree Year University Major Thesis/Dissertation
Ph.D. 1975 Sam Houston Criminal Justice Factors Related to

State University Escape Prediction

M.A. 1972 Sam Houston Criminology & Parole

State University Corrections Consideration

Study

B.S. 1971 Sam Houston Criminology



State University
Cert. 1974 Sam Houston Law Enforcement This certificate

State University Administration signifies the completion of thirty hours of

graduate work

in police science.



University Experience
Position University Dates
Professor Texas State University 1997 to Present

Department of Criminal Justice San Marcos, TX


Associate Professor Texas State University 1985 - 1997

Department of Criminal Justice San Marcos, TX

(Chair 1985-90)
Assistant Professor Texas State University 1981 - 1985

Department of Criminal Justice San Marcos, TX


Assistant Professor Bryant University 1976 - 1981

Department of Criminal Justice Smithfield, RI

and Legal Studies

Relevant Professional Experience
Position Entity Dates
Research Associate Texas Department of Corrections, 1971-1976

Research Development & Planning Division


Juvenile Officer San Antonio Police Department 1971 May-Dec.

Juvenile Services Division



II. TEACHING

Teaching Honors and Awards:
Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice, Felix Fabian Founders Award 2013
Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice, Presidents Cup Award 2007
Texas Association of Criminal Justice Educators, Outstanding Faculty Award 2005
School of Applied Arts, nomination for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching 2003
School of Applied Arts, Award for Excellence in Teaching 2003

Interfraternity Council and the Panhellenic Association Favorite Professor Award 1999


School of Applied Arts & Technology, nomination for Piper Professor 1997
School of Applied Arts & Technology, nomination for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching 1993
School of Applied Arts & Technology, Award for Excellence in Teaching 1993
Texas Justice Court Training Center, Award for Faculty Excellence 1990
School of Applied Arts & Technology, Award for Excellence in Teaching 1984

Courses Taught:
Texas State University: Introduction to Criminal Justice, Police Role in Crime and Delinquency, Juvenile Justice, Correctional Systems & Practices, Penology, Probation and Parole, Seminar in Special Problems Corrections, Readings in Criminal Justice, Research Methods in Criminal Justice, Studies in the Administration of Justice (Graduate Course), Decision Making in Criminal Justice Organizations (Graduate Course) Advanced Research Methods (Graduate Course) and, Advanced Program Evaluation (Doctoral Course)
Bryant University: Criminal Law, Criminal Evidence, Constitutional Law for Police, Criminal Investigation, Police Public Relations, Police Organization and Management, Special Problems in Law Enforcement, Public and Private Security, Fundamentals of Corrections, Juvenile Justice, Institutional Organization and Management, Parole and Probation, Comparative Correctional Administration, Social Deviation of Correctional Inmates, Criminology, Administration of Justice, and Criminal Behaviorism
Dissertation Committees
Dissertation - Frank Morales, Geography “Geographic education’s impact on GED performance in underserved youth”, (Gary Job Core), Completed 2011, Member.
Dissertation – Bob Cox, Education, “Education Changes in the parenting perceptions of incarcerated mothers who participate in a parenting class”, Completed 2009, Member.
Dissertation - Mike Hollis, Education, “Exploratory survey study of correlations between self-perceptions of safety on university campuses, belief in violence myths, and how students learn about their personal safety”, Completed 2010, Member.

Courses Prepared and Curriculum Development:
Primary author of the 1985 revision of the curriculum for the Department of Criminal Justice. This revision introduced the requirement of both a research methods and statistics course for all criminal justice majors.
Primary author of the Masters of Science in Criminal Justice program in 1989. This program represents the first master’s program in criminal justice at Texas State.
Chair of the General Education Capstone Course Committee that developed the capstone course format for Texas State in 1986.

III. SCHOLARLY/CREATIVE
Works in Print
Chapters in Books:
Stone, William E. Ph.D. “Industry, Agriculture and Education” Chapter in Prisons Today and

Tomorrow, 3nd edition, 2012, edited by Pollock J.M. Ph.D. & Blackburn A.G. Ph.D. Jones and Bartlett Publishers Sudbury, MA
Stone, William E. Ph.D. “Industry, Agriculture and Education” Chapter in Prisons Today and

Tomorrow, 2nd edition, 2006, edited by Pollock J.M. Ph.D. Jones and Bartlett Publishers Sudbury, MA
Cunningham, Debbie and Stone, William E. Ph.D. “Effects of a Drug Diversion Court on Client Recidivism” in Substance Abuse Treatment with Correctional Clients: Practical Implications for Institutional and Community Settings, 2005, edited by Sims, B., Haworth Press Inc. Binghamton, NY
Stone, William E. Ph.D. "Industry, Agriculture and Education” Chapter in Prisons Today and Tomorrow, 1997, edited by Pollock J.M. Ph.D., Aspen Publishers Inc., Gaithersburg, MD
Stone, William E. Ph.D. “Instructor’s Manual for Prisons Today and Tomorrow” 1997, Aspen Publishers Inc., Gaithersburg, MD

Articles
Refereed Journal Articles:
Stone, William E. and Scharf, Peter. 2011., “Examining the Correctional Technology Paradox:

Can Correctional Technologies Save Aggregate Correctional Costs?”, Journal of the Institute of Justice & International Studies 2011 Number 11, p.171-84


Stone, William E. and Spencer, David. 2010., “Enhancing an Active Shooter School Emergency Plan Using Ambient Materials and School Resource Officers”, Southwest Journal of Criminal Justice 2010 Volume 7 Number 3, p.295-306 (actually published 2011)
Stone, William E. and Spencer, David. 2010., “Using Textbooks as Ballistic Shields in School Emergency Plans”, International Journal of Police Science & Management 2010 Volume 12 Number 4, p.536-47
McLaren, J, V. Henson and W. Stone. 2008., “Prosecutors and Nurses: The Role of the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner and the Successful Sexual Assault Prosecution”. Women and Criminal Justice 19, No 2 (release date July, 2009).
Henson, V, J. McLaren and W. Stone. 2009, “Texas Hospital Administrators’ Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners”, International Journal of Sociological Research, Vol2 No. 1-2 December 2009 pp. 101-115
Stone, William E., McLaren J.A. and Henson, V. 2006, “Law Enforcement Perceptions of Sexual Assault Nurses in Texas” Southwest Journal of Criminal Justice, Vol. 3, No. 2 pp.103-26
Stone, William E. Ph.D. and Champeny, Severine, 2001, “Assessing a Citizen Police Academy”

Police Practice and Research, Vol. 2, (3), pp. 219-241
Henson, Verna A. Ph.D., and Stone, William E. Ph.D., 1999, “Campus Crime: A Victimization Study” Vol. 27, No. 4 Journal of Criminal Justice, Ann Arbor, MI
Stone, William E. Ph.D. and McLaren J. A., 1999, “Assessing the Undergraduate Intern Experience” Volume 10-1, Journal of Criminal Justice Education, Little Rock, AR
Jamieson, Jay D. Ph.D., and Stone, William E. Ph.D., March 1991, "Predicting DWI Education Success," Federal Probation, Washington, DC pp. 43-4
Stone, William E. Ph.D., December 1984, "The Jail Suicide Problem: A Perspective," Corrections Today, College Park, MD

Non-refereed Articles:
Geerken, M., Scharf, P., Wormeli, P., Sehulster, J., Kidder-Crosbie, K., Stone, W., Unter, H. and Afleck, M., “Performance Measurement for Justice Information System Projects: A Guide”, Bureau of Justice Assistance, the Office of Justice Programs and the U.S Department of Justice, November, 2007
Stone, William E. Ph.D. Jan, 1995, "Improvements in Handgun Ammunition" FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, VOL. 64, No. 1
Stone, William E. Ph.D., May 1990, "Means of the Cause of Death in Texas Jail Suicides, 1986-1988," American Jails, Hagerstown, MD pp. 50-52
Stone, William E. Ph.D., July 1988, "1986 Custodial Suicides in Texas," Texas Police Journal, Temple, TX
Flores, David R. and Stone, William E., July 1984, "Corruption: An Administrators Dilemma," Texas Police Journal, Austin, TX
Stone, William E. Ph.D., February 1983, "The Suicide Problem in Texas Jails," The Texas Lawman, Austin, TX

Research Reports:
Stone, W., Scharf, P. and Watson, K., MANAGING PREA RISKS: Assessing and Controlling PREA Risks in Correctional Facilities Using the CSLJ PREA Risk Assessment Instrument, BJA Research Report, December 2007
Stone W., McLaren J. and Henson V., Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) Phase I & II Evaluation Final Report, Technical/Research Report Submitted to the Texas Attorney General’s Office, Victim Services Division November 2003, (Final report from Phase I & II of the SANE grant.)
Stone W., McLaren J. and Henson V., Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) Phase I Evaluation Report, Technical/Research Report Submitted to the Texas Attorney General’s Office, Victim Services Division July 2003, (Report from the first phase of the SANE grant.)
Stone, William E. Ph.D., Robert R. Bozzelli, and Tom Pospichol, February 1977, Inmate Diagnostic Procedures Study; Research and Development Division; Huntsville, Texas; Texas Department of Corrections.

Stone, William E. Ph.D., and Robert R. Bozzelli August 1976, An Evaluation of the Pre-Release Community Services Program; Research and Development Division, Research Report No. 26, Huntsville, Texas; Texas Department of Corrections.


Stone, William E. Ph.D., April 1976, 1975 Annual Statistical Report; Research and Development Division: Huntsville, Texas; Texas Department of Corrections.
Stone, William E. Ph.D., December 1975, Deaths and Escapes at Federal and State Institutions. Research and Development Division, Technical Note No. 42, Huntsville, Texas; Texas Department of Corrections.
Stone, William E. and Jamieson, Jay D., October 1975, The Prediction of Subsequent Violent Offenses Among The Inmates of the Texas Department of Corrections; Research and Development Division; Huntsville, Texas; Texas Department of Corrections.
Waldron, Ph.D., Ronald J. and Stone, William E., August 1975, Inmate Population Projections 1976-1980; Research and Development Division; Huntsville, Texas; Texas Department of Corrections.
Stone, William E., February 1975, 1974, Annual Statistical Report; Research and Development Division; Huntsville, Texas; Texas Department of Corrections.
Stone, William E., October 1974, Texas Department of Corrections Health Statistics; Research and Development Division; Technical Note No. 7; Huntsville, Texas; Texas Department of Corrections.
Stone, William E., April 1974, 1973, Annual Statistical Report; Research and Development Division; Huntsville, Texas; Texas Department of Corrections.
Stone, William E. and Pospichal, Thomas J., January 1974, Escape Prediction; Research and Development Division; Huntsville, Texas; Texas Department of Corrections.
Stone, William E., January 1974, Proposal for an Optical Scanner: Research and Development Division; Huntsville, Texas; Texas Department of Corrections.
Stone, William E., McAdams, C., Calvin and Kollert, Johanna. January, 1974, Texas Department of Corrections: A Brief History: Research and Development Division; Huntsville, Texas; Texas Department of Corrections.
Stone, William E. and Remeny, Jack, May 1973, 1972, Annual Statistical Report; Research and Development Division; Huntsville, Texas; Texas Department of Corrections.
Stone, William E., McPherson, Gerry, and Reed, Joe E., May 1972, Factors Related to Parole Consideration; Research and Development Division; Research Report No. 12; Huntsville, Texas; Texas Department of Corrections.

Works not in Print - Papers Presented at Professional Meetings:

“Ain't no more cane on the Brazos: an examination of the possible linkage between the utilization of agricultural work songs as a prison labor management tool and the survival of agrarian prisons”. Stone, William E., Paper Presentation, SWACJ (Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice) 2013 Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX September 26-28, 2013


“Markovian Modeling of New Doctoral Programs Enrollment”, Stone, William E, Paper Presentation, SWACJ (Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice) 2012 Annual Meeting, NASA Clear Lake, TX October 4-6, 2012
“The Role of Academic Association Websites as a Continuity of Communication Tool”, Stone, William E, Paper/Roundtable Presentation, SWACJ (Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice) 2011 Annual Meeting, College Station, TX September 30 - October 1, 2011
“The Evolution of the K-12 School Safety Plan and the School Resource Officer”, Stone, William E., Presentation, SWACJ (Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice) 2010 Annual Meeting, Little Rock, Arkansas October 7-9, 2010
“Investigation of the Efficacy of Improvised Body Armor”, Spencer, David and Stone, William E., Paper Presentation, ACJS (Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences) Annual Conference, Boston, MA march 10-15 2009
“Examining the Correctional Technology Paradox”, Stone, William E., SWACJ (Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice) 2009 Annual Meeting Laredo, Texas October 8-10, 2009
“Modeling Doctoral Program Enrollment for New Programs”, Stone, William E.,

Paper Presentation, ACJS (Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences) Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, March 2007


“Criminal Justice Graduate Education: A Survey of Student Interest”, Stone, William E., Paper Presentation, ACJS (Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences) Annual Conference, Baltimore MD, March 2006
“Illicit Drugs: The Pros and Cons of Legalization” Stone, William E., Roundtable with Byxbe, F., Wynn, W., Rubenser, L., Gilbert, M., Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice Annual Conference, Ft. Worth, TX, Sept. 2006
“Criminal Justice Graduate Education: A Survey of Student Interest”, Stone, William E.,

Paper Presentation, Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice Annual Conference,

October 2005, Oklahoma City, OK
“The Future of Prison Industries and Inmate Labor” Stone, William E., Paper Presentation,

Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice Annual Conference, October 2004, Houston, TX


“Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) Program Evaluation: Final Report”, Stone, William E., Paper Presentation, ACJS (Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences) Annual Conference, March 2004, Las Vegas, NV
“Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners Web Survey” Stone, William E., Paper Presentation, Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice Annual Conference, October 2003, Houston, TX
“Sexual assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) Program Evaluation: Preliminary Report”, Stone, William E., Paper Presentation, ACJS (Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences) Annual Conference, March 2003, Boston, MA
“Texas SANE Evaluation Preliminary Report” Stone, William E. & Henson, Verna. Paper Presentation SWACJ Annual Conference, October 2002, San Antonio, TX
“Year 2000 Updates to the Campus Security Act and its Impact at Major Texas State Universities”, Stone, William E., Paper Presentation ACJS (Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences) Annual Conference, March 2002, Anaheim, CA
“Campus Security and Compliance at Major Texas State Universities”, Stone, William E., Paper presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences National Conference March, 2000, New Orleans, LA
“Crime Reporting at Major Texas Universities”, Stone, William E., Paper presented at The Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice Annual Conference October 1999, Ft. Worth, TX
“Assessing a Citizen Police Academy”, Stone, William E., Paper presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences National Conference March, 1999, Orlando, FL
“Problems with the Police Use of Profiles in Interdiction”, Stone, William E.,” Roundtable Presentation at the Southwest Association of Criminal Justice Annual Conference Oct. 1998, San Antonio, TX
“Assessing the Undergraduate Intern Experience”, Stone, William E., Paper presentation at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences National Conference, March, 1997, Louisville, KY
“Police Use of Deadly Force in Texas", Stone, William E., Presented at the annual Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice Educators Conference, September 1994, Hot Springs, AR
"Rising Prison Costs in Texas" Austin At Issue, Stone, William E., Televised panel presentation on the future cost of Texas prison expansion. October 13, 1994, Austin, TX
"Police Use of Deadly Force: A Discriminant Analysis", Stone, William E., Paper presentation Western Social Science Association Annual Meeting, April 22, 1994, Santa Fe, NM
"Ethnic Factors in the Police Use of Deadly Force", Stone, William E., Presented at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences National Conference, March 1993, Kansas City, MO
"Police Use of Deadly Force in Texas 1985-89", Stone, William E., Presented at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences National Conference, March 1991, Nashville, TN
"Predicting DWI Education Success,", Stone, William E., Presented at Southwest Association of Criminal Justice Educators Annual Conference, October 1989, Corpus Christi, TX
"Means of the Cause of Death in Texas Jail Suicides 1986-1988,", Stone, William E., Presented at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences National Conference, April 1989, Washington, DC
"Means of the Cause of Death in Jail Suicides,", Stone, William E., Presented at Southwest Association of Criminal Justice Educators Annual Conference, October 1988, Corpus Christi, TX
"Initial Trauma Custodial Suicide: A Perspective on the Jail Suicide Problem,", Stone, William E., Presented at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences National Conference, April 1988, San Francisco, CA
“Custodial Suicide Profile: Texas 1986”, Stone, William E., Presented at Southwest Association of Criminal Justice Educators Annual Conference, October 1987, Huntsville, TX
“Youth Services Bureau Video Based Client/Volunteer Matching Project”, Stone, William E., Presented at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences National Conference, April 1985, Las Vegas, NV
“Legal Issues in Criminal Justice Panel IV”, Stone, William E., Panel Chairman, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences National Conference, April 1983, San Antonio, TX
“Predicting Suicides in Jails: The Problem of Not Enough Suicides”, Stone, William E., Presented at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences National Conference, April 1983, San Antonio, TX

Consultancies:
Brenda Mann, Et Al vs. Bexar County Et Al (Pending)

Legal consulting and expert testimony on two custodial suicide cases filed in United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas and the Texas District Court.


Jesse Polk, Et Al vs. Bexar County Et Al (Pending)

Legal consulting and expert testimony on two custodial suicide cases filed in United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas and the Texas District Court .


Teresa Razo, Et Al vs. City of Alton, Texas Et Al (1997-1998)

Legal consulting and expert testimony on a custodial suicide case filed in United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas.


Johnnie A. Stone, Et Al vs. Dan Brown, Sheriff & Upton County, Texas (1997-1998)

Legal consulting and expert testimony on a custodial suicide case filed in United States District Court for the Western District of Texas.


Deana Romero, Et Al vs. Donley County, Texas, Et Al (1996-1997)

Legal consulting and expert testimony on a custodial suicide case filed in United States District Court for the Western District of Texas.


Silva Estate vs. Donley County, Texas, Et Al (1996-1997)

Legal consulting and expert testimony on a custodial suicide case filed in United States District Court for the Western District of Texas.


Arldege vs. Jason Scarborough et al (1994 May-June)

Legal consulting on a case where injury resulted from an inmate’s escape from a low security mental health facility.


Carmen Brooks vs. City of Big Springs and Mid-Tex Detention Center (1993 July-Aug)

Legal consulting and expert testimony on a custodial hostage situation resulting in employee injury and inmate death, 118th District Court of Texas.


Andrea Swanner, et al vs. The City of Sherman, Texas, A Municipal Corporation (1991 March-November) Legal consulting and expert testimony on a custodial suicide case filed in United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas.
State of Texas Attorney General's Office, Mike J. Ferry, Prosecutorial Assistance Division (1983-89) Consulting on the collection, maintenance and analysis of a centralized state custodial death reporting system.
University of Maryland and the Maryland Department of Corrections, College Park, MD (1975).

Research consulting on the Minority Prison Community Project, a federal grant awarded to study the current state of minority relations in the United States prisons.



Workshops:
Drugs and the College Curriculum, South Texas Consortium for Drug Education and Prevention, August 1990, San Antonio, Texas
Civil Process, Faculty Development Workshop, Justice of the Peace and Constables Association, June 1989, Austin, Texas
Staff Development Program, Management Development Seminars, Southwest Texas State University, April 1987, San Marcos, Texas
International Drugs: Threat and Response, Defense Intelligence College, June 1987, Bolling Air Force Base, Washington, D.C.
Workshop on Correctional and Mental Health Forensic Issues, Criminal Justice Center, Sam Houston State University, Oct. 1982, Huntsville, Texas
Child Abuse Prevention Workshop, Texas Coalition for Juvenile Justice, Nov. 1981, San Antonio, Texas
New Trends in Controlled Use of Force, U.S. Department of Justice, Oct. 1978, Providence, Rhode Island

Grants and Contracts
Funded External Grants and Contracts:
MANAGING PREA RISKS: Assessing and Controlling PREA Risks in Correctional Facilities Using the CSLJ PREA Risk Assessment Instrument, Stone, William, Scharf, Peter and Watson Karly, Submitted to: Bureau of Justice Assistance, November 2007 Amount: $ 876,000 Funded Role: Co-PI
Drug Free Schools and Communities: Security Assistance Program for SMCISD, Watts, David, Dunn, Margaret, Wright, Lloyd and Stone, William E., United States Department of Education, June 1988, (funded)

Submitted, but not Funded, External Grants and Contracts:

EVIDENCE-BASED MURDER RISK REDUCTION: A multi-city homicide intervention study

Submitted To: Bill and Melinda Gates, Foundation Joint Submission: International Association of Chiefs of Police – Jerry Needle and Center for Society, Law and justice at Texas State University - Peter Scharf and William Stone Amount: CSLJ Total only $ 1,050,399.00

Role: Co-PI
Analyzing What Works? Re: Managing Prison Disorder and Violence Through The Use of RFID Technologies, Stone, William E., Submitted To: National Institute of Justice Criminal Justice Technology Solicitation No. 2008–NIJ–1738 Amount: $588,673 Role: Co-PI
Measuring and Managing Law Enforcement Integrity Organizational Climates in Policing Organizations: an empirical assessment, Stone, William E., Submitted To: National Institute of Justice, Policing Solicitation No. 2008–NIJ– 1743 Amount: $452,039 Role: Co-PI
The New Orleans Crime Migration Diaspora: Understanding, Mapping, Analyzing and Responding to Violent Crime Migrations: Interpreting crime in the After-Math of Hurricane Katrina, Scharf, Peter, Capowich, George, Deitz, Steve, Colwell, Lee and Stone, William, Submitted to: National Institute of Justice, January 2007 Amount: $394,000 Un-funded, Contributing Author
Eliminating RAPE through Innovative Technologies: Assessing iMove video surveillance technologies in Correctional Facilities, Scharf, Peter, Stone, William and Deitz, Steve, Submitted to: National Institute of Justice, January 2007 Amount: $352,000 Un-Funded, Contributing Author
The Metrics of Video Surveillance Observation: Assessing the Impact of IMOVE Video Technologies upon Policing Operations in New Orleans, Court Operations in Essex County, NJ and Correctional Operations in Texas, Scharf, Peter, Stone, William and Deitz, Steve, Submitted To: The National Institute of Justice, February 2007 Amount: $500,900 Un-Funded, Contributing Author
DHS Leadership Development Project: Training DHS Executives and Supervisors of First Responders; Critical DHS defined Leadership Assessment, Case Analysis and Response,

Scharf, Peter, Colwell, Lee, Stone, William, Deitz, Steve, and Cancino, Jeffery. Submitted To: Homeland Security Executive Leadership Training Program, June 2007 Amount $ 3,198,000 Un-Funded Contributing Author


Reducing Homicide and Violent Crime Risks in U.S. Urban Communities-Providing Strategic Assistance to Cities at Risk for Homicide and Violent Crime: Category III-Enhancing Local Law Enforcement, Scharf, Peter, Stone, William, Colwell, Lee, Deitz, Steve, and Cancino, Jeffery Submitted to: Bureau of Justice Assistance, June 2007 Amount: $430,000 Un-Funded, Co-PI
Building Law Enforcement Ethics and Integrity Capacity to Support Community Policing Engagement, Problem Solving, Organizational Change and Assessment Initiatives, Scharf, Peter, Stone, William, Colwell, Lee, Deitz, Steve, and Cancino, Jeffery, Submitted To: Office of Community Policing Services, July 2007 Amount: $496,000 Un-Funded, Co-PI
Sexual Assault Reporting Procedures Among Institutions of Higher Education, Henson, Verna J and Stone William E., Aug. 1999, Grant application to the National Institute of Justice, Office of Research and Evaluation Washington D.C. $504,930 (Unfunded)
Application of the Democratic Policing Concept in Poland Stone William E. and John A. McLaren,, Feb. 1993, Grant application to the United States Information Agency, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Washington, DC. $138,149 (Unfunded)
Private Prison Evaluation Project, Jamieson, Jay D. and Stone, William E., Criminal Justice Division, Office of the Governor, State of Texas, May 1989, (Unfunded)
Custodial Suicide Classification/Prediction Project, Stone, William E. and Bell, Daniel J., National Institute of Justice, Office of Research and Evaluation Methods, 1983, (Unfunded)
Computer-Related Crime Victimization Survey Project Stone, William E. and Fleming Donald E., National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, 1980 (Unfunded).

Funded Internal Grants and Contracts:
Stone William E., Department of Criminal Justice Telecommunications Proposal, HEAF funds proposal to Southwest Texas State University Office of Research and Sponsored Projects. $12,860 (Funded and Completed)
Stone, William E., Southwest Texas State University Organized Research Grant, 1991, Ethnic Factors in the Police Use of Deadly Force in Texas 1986-1990, (Funded)

Stone, William E., School of Applied Arts and Technology, Faculty Research Enrichment Program Grant, Sept.1989, Development of a Custodial Suicide Data Base (Funded).


Stone, William E., Southwest Texas State University Organized Research Grant, 1983, Youth Services Bureau Video Based Client/Volunteer Matching System (Funded and Completed).

IV. SERVICE
University:
University Faculty Grievance Committee (2010-2013)

Committee on Committees (Chair 2009- Present)

Retirement & Benefits Committee (Chair 2013- Present)

Presidential Award for Excellence in Service Committee (2009-2011)

Bobcat Bond Mentoring Program (2013-Present)

University Common Experience Committee (2012-Present)

HB 2504 Teaching Evaluation Committee (2009-2010)

University Council Executive Committee (2004-2010)

AVPAA for Enrollment Management Search, 2005

University HERI Survey Committee, (2005-2009)

University Facilities Committee Issues Subcommittee, (2005-2011)

University Facilities Committee, (2005-2012)

Undergraduate Admissions Committee, (2005-2012)

Faculty Mentor, University and Athletic Mentoring Programs (2005-2010)

University Post Tenure Review Committee, 2005

Associate Provost Search Committee, 2005

University Salary Equity Study Committee, 2004

University Role of the Department Chair Committee, 2004

University Master Plan Steering Committee, (2004-2005)

Provost Search Committee, Texas State University, 2004

President’s University Budget Committee, (2003- 2004)

Regental Planning Committee, (2003-2005)

Texas State Representative to the Texas Council of Faculty Senates, (2003-2009)

University Council Executive Committee, (2003-Present)

Presidents Planning Task Force, (2002-2004)

University Post Tenure Review Committee, 2002

Faculty Senate, (2000-2012)

Graduate Council, (1982-1988)

General Studies Council, (1984-1995)

General Education Council, (1996-2013)

Faculty Court, (1983-1986)

Presidential Seminar Committee, (1984-1986)

University Grants Committee, (1983-1985)

Committee for Presidential Award for Research Excellence, (1983-1984)

School Review Group, Applied Arts, (1984-86, 1988-90, 1996-98 2004-06 & 2006-08)

Search Committee for Chair of Family Consumer Science (Member), 1982; (Chairman) 1983

Faculty Advancement Center Committee, (1983-1984)

Transfer Advisory Council, (1986-1989)

General Studies Capstone Course Committee (Chair, 1986-1990)

Committee, Addiction Disorder Center, (1989-1993)

Faculty Workload Definition Committee, (1990-1992)

Guest Coach Football Program, Sept. 9, 1989

Presidential Task Force on Attendance, (1988-1989)

Faculty Governance Committee, Southwest Texas State University, (1995-1996)

University Curriculum Committee, (1997-2000)

Faculty Academic Policy Oversight Committee, (1997-2000)



Departmental:
Criminal Justice Ph.D. Market Survey, 2005

Criminal Justice Ph.D. Curriculum Proposal Committee (2005-2009)

Department Computer Lab Coordinator & TSP (1992-2010)

Department Undergraduate Committee (Chair, 2002-Present)

Graduate Advisor for Criminal Justice, (1982-1990)

Learning Resources Committee (Chair, 1982-1986)

Graduate Studies Committee (Chair, 1982-1986)

Curriculum Review Committee (1982-1984); (Chair 1999-2002)

Scholarship and Awards Committee, (1982-1984)

Departmental LRC Representative, (1982-1986)

Faculty Search Committee (Chair, 1983-1985)

Departmental SACS Self Study and Plan (1987, 1997 & 2007)

Departmental News Letter 1996

Faculty Senate Liaison (1995-1999) & (2012-2014)

Webmaster for the Departmental website, (1994-2007)

Community:
City of San Marcos Chief of Police Advisory Council, (2004- Present)
Associate Editor, Southwest Journal of Criminal Justice (2003-Present)
Reviewer, Police Practice and Research: An International Journal (2000-Present)
Palo Alto Community College Criminal Justice Advisory Committee, (2002-Present)
Consulting to the International Association of Chiefs of Police on Correctional/Law Enforcement Intelligence Sharing Project (2008- Present)
Austin Community College, Criminal Justice Advisory Committee, (1987-1996)
Sam Houston State University Criminal Justice Doctorial Advisory Committee (Chair), 2003-2006
Justice of the Peace and Constables Association Education Committee, (1989-1997)
Served on the Board of Directors for the Hays County Youth Service Bureau Program, (1986-1998)
Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles, Assisted in the development of a new Parole Officer Screening Test, 1989
Assisted the Attorney General's Office in the development of a form to collect custodial deaths information, 1983
Researched and authored report on Mandatory Sentencing for the Faculty Information and Research Service of Texas, 1982
State of Rhode Island, Robert J. Rohill, Governor's Executive Assistant for Policy 1978.

Consulting concerning projected changes in the Adult Correctional System of Rhode Island.



Professional:
Sponsor, Student Chapter of the Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice (2010-Present)

This SWACJ chapter represents student membership from a six state region.


Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Program Review Committee, service as one of the academics approved to do ACJS program standards reviews (evaluations of academic programs to determine their ability to receive ACJS certification). (2004-Present)
Webmaster for Texas Association of Criminal Justice, (1995-Present)
Sponsor of Alpha Phi Sigma National Student Honor Society, (1986-1992)
Webmaster for Southwest Association of Criminal Justice, (1995-Present)
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Webmaster Committee, advising on the content of the ACJS web page and future development of web based journals.(2006-2008)
Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice, Constitution and Bylaws Committee, (2009-2010). Revised the constitution to allow student members and sponsored the student chapter of the association.
American Criminal Justice Association - Lambda Alpha Epsilon (LAE) Criminal Justice Fraternity (1995-2003)
Criminal Justice Transfer Curriculum Committee: This is a statewide committee that has been appointed to review and revise as necessary the agreed upon transfer courses for the state of Texas. This committee reports to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (1996-1998).
Texas Association of Criminal Justice Educators, while serving as President (1997-1998) I authored a web site, which allows the association to communicate through the internet.
Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice, while serving as second vice president and site coordinator for the annual conference (1997-1998) I authored a web site which allows the association to communicate on the internet.
Texas Probation Officer Certification Training Instructor, (1995-1996)
Texas Association of Criminal Justice Educators, Constitution and Bylaws Committee, 1988

Organizations
Honorary:
Outstanding Young Men of America Award, 1979

Professional:
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, (1974-Present)
Southwest Association of Criminal Justice, (Member 1981- Present) (President 1999-2000)
Texas Association of Criminal Justice Education, (Member Charter-Present) (President 1997-98)
American Correctional Association, (1970-1979)
Texas Council of Faculty Senates, (2001-2010)

Services Honors and Awards:
Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice Distinguished Service Award 2009
Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice Presidents Cup Award 2007
Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice Presidents Cup Award 2004
Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice Distinguished Service Award 2006



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