Chair and Associate Professor
Social and Cultural Sciences
Ph.D., 2002, Michigan State University
Policing (use of force, injuries, hazards of police work, decision making and behavior)
- Stroshine, M.S., & Brandl, S.G. (2021). “The impact of foot pursuits on police use of force.” Policing: A Journal of Police and Practice. Published online before print September 11, 2021, doi: 10.1093/police/paab054.
- Stroshine, M.S, & Brandl, S.G. (2019). “The use, effectiveness, and hazards associated with police use of force: The unique case of weaponless physical force. Police Practice and Research. Published online before print March 4, 2019, doi: 10.1080/15614263.2019.1582342.
- Wheelock, D.W., Stroshine, M.S., & O’Hear, M. (2018). “Disentangling the relationship between race and attitudes toward the police: A multilevel examination.” Crime & Delinquency. Published online before print November 23, 2018, doi: 10.1177/0011128718811928.
- Brandl, S.G., & Stroshine, M.S. (2013). “The role of officer attributes, job characteristics, and arrest activity in explaining police use of force.” Criminal Justice Policy Review, 24 (5): 551-572.
- Brandl, S.G., & Stroshine, M.S. (2012). “The physical hazards of police work revisited.” Police Quarterly, 15(3): 262-282.
- Stroshine, M.S., & Brandl, S.G. (2011). “Race, gender, and tokenism in policing: An empirical elaboration.” Police Quarterly, 14 (4): 344-365.
- Brandl, S.G., & Stroshine, M.S. (2011). “The relationship between gun and gun buyer characteristics and firearm time-to-crime.”Criminal Justice Policy Review, 22: 285-300.
- Stroshine, M.S., Alpert, G.A., & Dunham, R.G. (2008). “The Influence of ‘Working Rules’ on Police Suspicion and Discretionary Decision Making.” Police Quarterly, 11 (3): 315-337.