School of Criminal Justice

Dave Burlingame

Dave Burlingame

David C. Burlingame, Ph.D.
Affiliate Faculty  

 

School of Criminal Justice
Grand Valley State University
277-C DeVos
401 W. Fulton St.
Grand Rapids, MI   49504-6431
Telephone: (616) 331-7141
Fax: (616) 331-7155    
 
 

 

 

 

Education.
Ph.D. Public Policy and Administration, Walden University, 2011
M.P.A. Criminal Justice, Grand Valley State University, 1999
B.S. Legal Studies, Grand Valley State University, 1995
School of Police Staff and Command, Northwestern University, 1994
A.A. Liberal Arts, Muskegon Community College, 1989
 
Courses Taught at GVSU
 
CJ 101 Introduction to criminal justice
CJ 201 Criminology
SS 300 Social Research
CJ 300 Research Methods in Criminal Justice
CJ 311 Criminal Investigation
CJ 312 Police Process
CJ 321 A historical overview of crime and punishment through out history
CJ 410 The Police Process (renumbered to CJ 312)
CJ 400 Qualitative Research
CJ 470 Crime Control and Justice Policy
CJ 495 Capstone
FS 100 Freshmen seminar
 
Recent Publications
 
"Theories of Punishment and Their Influence on the Treatment of Sex Offenders." Law Enforcement Forum, 2009.

Burlingame, D. (2006).Women’s representation and Status in Law Enforcement: Does CALEA Involvement Make a Difference? CALEA quarterly publication (Rev. ed.)
 
Burlingame, D., & Baro, A. (2005). Women’s representation and Status in Law Enforcement: Does CALEA Involvement Make a Difference? Criminal Justice Policy Review
 
Works in Progress
 
Marina security issues with Dr. Brian Johnson.
Research on Social Change Through Leadership.
 

 

 
 
 
 

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