MEET THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE DEPARTMENT FACULTY AND STAFF


Our faculty is comprised of scholars focusing on interdisciplinary solutions to the complex problems of crime and disorder.

Dr. Tazinski Lee, Ph.D. - Department Head
Dr. Tazinski Lee, Ph.D.
Department Head
leeta@gram.edu 
318-274-2109 or 318-274-3185

Ms. Wanda Jacobs - Program Assistant
Ms. Wanda Jacobs
Program Assistant
wjacobs@gram.edu 
318-274-3185
Fax Number:  318-274-7702

Mae Conley, M.S. - Undergraduate Coordinator
Mae Conley, M.S.
Undergraduate Coordinator
Assistant Professor
conleym@gram.edu 
Phone (318) 274-3313

Karletta White-Langhorn, Ph.D - Graduate Coordinator
Karletta White-Langhorn, Ph.D
Graduate Coordinator
Associate Professor
whitekar@gram.edu 
Phone (318) 274-2526

 Dr. Kashley Brown, Assistant Professor
Kashley Brown, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Email: brownka@gram.edu
Phone: (318) 274-3158
 

 

 Dr. Daniel Dotter, Ph.D., Professor
Daniel Dotter, Ph.D.
Professor
Email: dotterd@gram.edu
Phone: (904) 274-3317
 
 Sharonda Hatter, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Sharonda Hatter, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Email: hattersh@gram.edu 
Phone: (318) 274-3101

Dr. Tazinski Lee, Ph.D. - Department Head
Tazinski Lee, Ph.D.
Department Head/Professor
Email: leeta@gram.edu
Phone: (318)274- 2109

 Louis Charles Minifield, J.D., Assistant Professor
Louis Charles Minifield, J.D.
Assistant Professor 
Email: minifieldl@gram.edu 
Phone: (318)274-3185

 Joyce Montgomery-Tims, Ph.D., Professor
Joyce Montgomery-Tims, Ph.D.
Professor 
Email: montgomeryj@gram.edu 
Phone: (318)274-2876

 Mahendra Singh, Ph.D., Professor
Mahendra Singh, Ph.D. 
Professor 
Email: singhm@gram.edu 
Phone: (318)274-3310

 Lurie Thomason, J.D., Associate Professor
Lurie Thomason, J.D. 
Associate Professor
Email: thomasonl@gram.edu 
Phone: (318)274-3314

 

 

Current Faculty Publications

Anderson, J.F., Lee, T.P., Langsam, A.H., & Reinsmith-Jones, K. (2022). Police Violence Black Protesters: A Public Health Issue. International Journal of Social Science Studies, 10(2):26-34.

Anderson, J.F., Reinsmith-Jones, K., Lee, T., & Brooks, W. 2021. The Silence of Female Sexual Offending: A Public Health Issue. International Journal of Social Science Studies, 9(2): accepted-forthcoming.

Anderson, J.F., Lee, T.P., Langsam, A.H., & Reinsmith-Jones, K. 2020. Female sexual offending: A neglected criminal justice issue. International Journal of Social Science Studies, 8(3):1-9. 7

Anderson, J.F., Reinsmith-Jones, K., Lee, T.P., & Langsam, A.H. 2019. A Tri-state Investigation of Firearms Confiscation on Three Regional University Campuses. International Journal of Social Science Studies, 7(5): 22- 33.

Berry, V., & White-Langhorn, K. (2018). Do You Know? Edutainment, HIV/AIDS, and African

Americans. Howard Journal of Communications, 29(4), 299-317.

Brown, K. L. (2017). Black male experiences and perceptions of disenfranchisement. Texas Southern University, ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2017. 10608034.

Brown, K., Threadcraft, M., Threadcraft- Walker, W. (2019). Black male experiences and perceptions of felony disenfranchisement. School International Journal Law Crime Justice, 2019; 2(7): 219-228

Dotter, D. (2015). (The process of deviantization). in Erich Goode (ed.), WILEY HANDBOOK ON DEVIANCE. Pp: 103-120. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell, 2015.

Edet, E. B., Edidiong, M., Onwudiwe, I.D., Brown, K. (2019). The impunity of Fulani Herdsmen : An emerging terrorist group in the Nigerian homeland. African Science Review, 2019; 3 (6).

Hill, Rickey and Tazinski P. Lee.  (2015) “The Killing of Black People by The U.S. State is as American as Apple Pie: Groundwork Toward a Critique.” Journal of Race & Policy 11(2):5-22.

Lee, T.P., Anderson, J.F., Langsam, A.H., & Hatter, S. (2022). Disparate Law Enforcement Practices Against Women of Color and Gender Variant Women: The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same. Journal of Law and Criminal Justice, 10(1):    

White, K.M. (2015). The salience of skin tone: Effects on the exercise of police enforcement authority. Ethnic and Racial Studies 38 (6): 993-1010.

White, Karletta. "Strains of skin tone bias: implications for adolescent delinquency and residential segregation for blacks." PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) thesis, University of Iowa, 2016.