Faculty and Staff
All faculty and staff of the Department of Criminal Justice are located on the 4th Floor of Clow Faculty.
Our Criminal Justice Faculty
We are pleased that our faculty brings a broad depth of knowledge to the classroom. Both our traditional and online major are supported by a faculty of professors with Ph. D.’s in Criminal Justice, Political Science and Sociology. Our full-time faculty members:
- have active research agendas in criminal justice and criminology,
- consistently present research at national criminal justice and criminology conferences,
- have published articles in social scientific journals,
- teach courses related to their chosen specializations.
In addition, our department is supported by adjunct professors who have J.D.’s, M.A.’s and M.S.’s, with a wide variety of backgrounds and years of experience out in the field.
Dr. Victoria Beck
Dr. Victoria Beck holds a Ph.D. in criminal justice from the University of Cincinnati. She is the past President of Midwestern Criminal Justice Association. Her research has appeared in a variety of academic journals and has focused on issues related to laws and sexual victimization, rape myths and video games, eyewitness identification and criminal justice education. Dr. Beck is currently teaching the following courses: Research Methods, Introduction to Criminal Justice, Criminological Theory and Criminal Law. Curriculum vitae Contact Email: email@example.com Phone: 920-424-7094 Office: Clow Faculty 421.
Dr. Michael Lenza
Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Missouri – Columbia (2005). Publications and research includes: statistical and qualitative methodologies, death penalty, research methods and ethics, medical marijuana, theory, convict criminology, corrections, criminology and institutional violence. Curriculum Vitae Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (920) 424-0457 Office: Clow Faculty 425.
Dr. Chris Rose
He is an experimental criminologist with specializations in statistics, quantitative research methodology and social problems. His research has appeared in a variety of academic journals and books, such as the Journal of Crime and Justice, the Journal of Correctional Education, Offender Programs Report, Journal of Drug Education, Teaching Forum, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, Understanding Correctional Violence and the State of Corrections. He teaches courses on Statistics, Quantitative Research Methodology, Major Issues in Criminal Justice, Criminological Theory, Organized Crime and Crime Films. Curriculum Vitae; Contact Email: email@example.com Phone: (920) 424-0860 Office: Clow Faculty 419.
Dr. D. Alper Camlibel
Ph. D. in Political Science-Claremont Graduate University, California (2010).
Dr. Camlibel was a former police superintendent at Turkish National Police. He attended many international and national crime and drug trafficking-related conferences and training. He represented the Turkish Government at the United Nations (UNODC), Organization for Cooperation and Security in Europe (OSCE), The European Police Office (EUROPOL), The International Police Organization (INTERPOL), and Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) meetings as a Turkish National Police delegate. Dr.Camlibel is currently a member and an instructor of International Police Association (IPA). Dr. Camlibel regularly teaches the following courses: Police in Modern Society, Police Deviance, Major Criminal Justice Issues, Terrorism-Counter Terrorism and Narcotic Drugs.
Academic Department Associate
Office: Clow Faculty Building, Room F414
Phone: (920) 424-3230 (Cj office)
Fax: (920) 424-2319
Gene Bartman, JD
Susan Reed, Ph.D.
Stephen Richards, Ph.D.
Cell Phone: 920-904-3737