HARRY R. HUESTON, II Mable Drive Assistant Professor Criminal Justice

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Curriculum Vita HARRY R. HUESTON, II

3308 Mable Drive Assistant Professor Criminal Justice Canyon, Texas 79015 Department of History and

(806)- 655 – 7756 Political Science

West Texas A & M University Canyon, Texas 79016

(806)-651-2421 EDUCATION

Ph.D. (1997) Major: Higher Education Administration

Minor: Criminal Justice Administration

University of Arizona

M.A. (1975) Criminal Justice Administration and Public Administration, Ohio State University

B.S. (1971) Education, Kent State University

WORK EXPERIENCE

May 2000 – present

Assistant Professor Criminal Justice Undergraduate and Graduate Programs, and Honors Program, West Texas A & M University, Canyon Texas

August 1997 – May 2000

Chief of Police, University of Arizona Police Department, University of Arizona, Tucson Arizona

July 1985 – August 1997

Deputy Chief of Police, University of Arizona Police Department, University of Arizona, Tucson Arizona

July 1978 – June 1985

Director of Public Safety, Loyola Marymount University, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles California

December 1971 – July 1978

Director of Student Aide Program/Police Investigator, The Ohio State University, Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio

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June 1971 – December 1971

Police Officer, Kent State University Police Department, Kent State University, Kent Ohio

January 1999 – May 2000

Guest Lecturer, Criminal Justice Administration Program, University of Arizona, Tucson Arizona

September 1991 – May 2000

Guest Lecturer, Woman Studies Program, University of Arizona, Tucson Arizona August 1982 – May 1984

Adjunct Professor, Master of Business Administration Program, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles California

PUBLICATIONS DISSERTATION

Harry Hueston, II, How Higher Educational Institutions Deal with Reported Incidents of Sexual Assault.( Ann Arbor, UMI., 1997).

BOOKS

H. Hueston and B. Vizzini, Terrorism 101, XanEdu Original Works, (Ann Arbor, MI, 2003)

H. Hueston, N. Gilroy, S. Kaemer, S. Naatz, Mike Rice, C. Shumaker, A. Spencer. S. Marigliano, B. Whitmore, C. Hendricks, C. Hardyman,C. Gardom, Sexual Assault. ( Phoenix, Arizona, Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training Council, 1998.)

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES

“How to Construct, Implement and Use a Customer-Satisfaction Survey.” Campus Safety Journal, Dr. H. Hueston and Dr. J. Griffith, June 2004: 16 – 27.

“A Collaboration That Worked – cops/students.” Los Angeles Community Policing, April 27, 2004: 1 – 5.

“Satisfaction With Campus Police Services.” The College Student Journal, J. Griffith, H. Hueston, E. Wilson, Casey Moyers, and Christian Hart, Vol. 38, No. 1, March 2004

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“Police and Parking Services Satisfaction Survey.” Campus Law Enforcement Journal, Dr. H. Hueston and Dr. J. Griffith, Vol. 32, No. 6, (2003): 28-31.

“Survey Says.” Campus Safety Journal, Dr. H. Hueston and Dr. J. Griffith, Vol.10, No.6, (2002): 12-15.

“How Well are Your Parking Personnel Delivering their Services to Your Campus?” Parking Today, Dr. H. Hueston and Dr. J. Griffith, Vol.7, No.6, (2002): 22-25.

“Environmental Management Strategy for Preventing Alcohol-Related Problems at the University of Arizona Homecoming.” American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, February 2001. W. Delong, Ph.D., H. Hueston, Ph.D., P. Glider, Ph.D., C. Collins, M.S., and K. Johannessen, C.I.S.W.

“Chief, Your Officer is Dead.” Campus Law Enforcement Journal, Vol. 21, No. 4 (1991): 16-18.

“Battling the Animal Liberation Front.” The Police Chief. Vol. 57, No.9 (1990): 12-14. “How to Recruit Qualified Recruits and Lateral Entry Officers.” Campus Law

Enforcement Journal., Vol. 20, No.2 (1990): 19-21.

“Developing a Comprehensive Program for Acquaintance Rape.” Campus Law Enforcement Journal, September/October 1986:30-31.

BOOK AND ENCYCLOPEDIA CHAPTERS

Reviewed: Two chapters in a book titled: When Disaster Strikes: Coordination Among First Responders. Pearson Prentice Hall, July 2004.

“What Do the Police Do? How to Develop a Letter Bomb Training Program for Your Community.” Campus Safety and Security Administration: Forms, Checklists, & Guidelines. (Gaithersburg: Aspen Publishers, 1998).

“What Does the Date Mean in Date Rape?” Handling Sexual Assault on Campus, 21-39. Hartford: IACLEA Press, 1994.

CONFERENCE PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

“Update on Terrorism 101,” Presented at the Women in Criminal Justice Conference, Amarillo College, Amarillo, Texas May 20, 2004.

“Terrorism,” Presented at the Women in Criminal Justice Conference, Amarillo College, Amarillo, Texas May 22, 2003.

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Moderator of Capitol Punishment Debate, Presented at the Women in Criminal Justice Conference, Amarillo College, Amarillo, Texas May 23, 2003.

“Characteristics of a Rapist- who are targets, and reducing the risks,” Presented at the Sexual Assault Awareness Day, Amarillo, Texas April 12, 2003.

“Campus Satisfaction with Police and Parking Services,” Presented at the Southwest Criminal Justice Association, San Antonio, Texas, October 4-5, 2002.

“Globalization and Homeland Security: Political, Social and Business Issues” Presented at West Texas A&M, Canyon Texas, July 26, 2002.

“ Delivery of Police and Parking Services Survey” Presented to the West Texas A & M and the University of Texas Chief of Campus Police Chiefs Conference, Montgomery Texas, October 2001.

“National Accreditation University of Arizona Police Department.” Accreditation Hearings for the Commission on Accreditation of Law Enforcement Association, Certification of the University of Arizona Police Department, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 2000.

“Deception Games: How Do We Know When We’re Being Lied To?” Presented at the University of Arizona Extended University Meetings, Tucson, Arizona, March 1998.

“How to Develop a Community Approach in Handling Sexual Assault Victims.” Presented at the national Meetings of the American College Health Administrators, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 1997.

“Crisis Team Management: A Community Approach in Handling Campus Crisis.” Presented at the National Meetings of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators, Charleston, South Carolina, June 1996. “How to Develop a Community Approach to Letter Bombs.” Presented at the National Meetings of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators, Seattle, Washington, June 1994.

“How to Develop a Campus Approach in Dealing With Victims of Sexual Assault.” Presented at the National Meetings of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators, Seattle, Washington, June 1994.

“How to Deal with the Animal Liberation Front.” Presented at the National Meetings of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators, Indianapolis, Indiana, June 1991.

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“How to Deal with the Animal Liberation Front.” Presented at the National Meetings of the International Association of Chief of Police, Indianapolis, Indiana, October 1990.

GRANTS/CONTRACTS

Killgore Research Grant, “Canyon Police Department Survey Results,” West Texas A&M University July 2004.

Executive in charge, “Cops 1994 Grant Application.” U.S. Department of Justice, Grant for $305,000.00 additional police officers assigned to the University of Arizona. Executive in charge, “Cops 1996 Grant Application.” U.S. Department of Justice, Grant for $134,000.00, additional computer equipment assigned to the University of Arizona Police Department.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Member of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, 2000-present. Board of Directors, Tucson Rape Crisis Center, 1996 – 2000.

President of the Southern Arizona Law Enforcement Manager’s Association, 1997-2000. Chairman of the Campus Sexual Assault Advisory Committee, University of Arizona, 1995-1997.

Secretary of the Board, Southern Arizona Law Enforcement Manager’s Association, August 1997 – January 1998.

Member of the President’s Alcohol Advisory Board, the University of Arizona, 1995-2000.

Member of the Crisis Management Team, University of Arizona, 1985-2000. Member of the Pima College Judicial/Public Safety Board, 1997-2000.

Member of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators Association, 1978 – 2000.

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Board of Directors, Arizona Law Enforcement Academy, 1985-1987.

Retired Member of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators 2001 - present

Member of the Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice 2001 – present Member of the Texas Sheriff’s Association 2003 - present

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