EDITORIAL BOARD MEMBERS
Department of Criminal Justice
University of Central Florida
Dr. Lee E Ross, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Central Florida (UCF). A graduate of Rutgers University, his research interests spans a variety of areas, from my seminal work on religion and social control theory to more recent explorations of African-American interests in law enforcement. His latest research examines the effects of mandatory arrest policies and the dynamics of domestic violence among African-Americans. As editor of Continuing the War against Domestic Violence (2015), his scholarship can be found in a variety of academic journals, including Justice Quarterly, Journal of Criminal Justice, Journal of Crime and Justice, and the Journal of Criminal Justice Education. The recipient of various teaching awards, Dr. Ross is a former Provost Fellow and Coordinator to the Public Affairs Doctoral Program at UCF. Dr. Ross spent several years as a group facilitator to a batterer’s intervention program in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and recently served as an expert witness in a domestic violence case. Currently, Dr. Ross serves as Vice President of UFF-UCF local chapter.
Dr. Lee E Ross is interested in the fields of Risk Assessments and the Criminal Justice System, Domestic Violence and Victimology (Theories and CJ Responses) Race, Crime, and Justice (Examining Ethnic and Racial Differences) Criminal Justice Administration (A Systems Overview), Research Methods (Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches) Criminology (Crime Causation Theories; traditional & nontraditional) Delinquency (Crime Causation, Multicultural Perspectives).