Emmanuel C. Onyeozili, Ph.D.

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    EMMANUEL C. ONYEOZILI, Ph.D. 
    econyeozili@umes.edu
    410-651-6579 

    POSITION: 
    Professor 

    EDUCATION:  
    Ph.D. 1998, Criminology, Florida State University.

    M. A. 1994, Criminal Justice Administration, Clark-Atlanta University.

    B. A. (Honors) 1979, History, University of Ibadan.

    RESEARCH INTERESTS: 
    Women and Crime; Environmental Crime Prevention; Social Control and Policing; African Criminology.            

    TEACHING INTERESTS: 
    Criminological Theories; Environmental Crime Prevention and control; Women Crime and the Criminal Justice System; Comparative Criminal Justice; Courts and Judicial Process; Probation and Parole.

    SOME RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS: 
    Onyeozili, E. C. and Elechi, O. Oko (2016). The Promotion and Protection of Human Rights in Contemporary Africa. In “Contemporary Issues in Africa” by Richard Olaniyan (ed.). (Accepted; forthcoming).

    Onyeozili, E. C. and Ebbe, O. N. I., (2012). Social Control in Pre-colonial Igboland of Nigeria. African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies. ( http://www.umes.edu/ajcjs/). Vol. 6, No 1 & 2. (pp 29-43).

    Kalunta-Crumpton, A and Onyeozili, E. C. (2011). Nigerian Women in Deadly Intimate Partner Violence in the United States. International Review of Modern Sociology, Volume 37, Number 2, Autumn 2011; pp. 239-263.

    Onyeozili, E. C. (2006). Police Corruption: In Encyclopedia on Criminal Justice in the United States, Pasadena, California: Salem Press, pp. 800-805.

    Onyeozili, E. C. (2006). Court Trials: In Encyclopedia on Criminal Justice in the United States, Pasadena, California: Salem Press, pp. 1113-1118.

    Onyeozili, E. C. (2005). Obstacles to Effective Policing in Nigeria. African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies. Vol.1, Issue 1, Spring.

    Onyeozili, E. C. (2005). Police Corruption: Definitions, History, and Prevalence. In Encyclopedia on Criminal Justice in the United States. Pasadena, California: Salem Press.

    Onyeozili, E. C. (2005). Police Corruption: Investigation, Prosecution, and Punishment. In Encyclopedia on Criminal Justice in the United States. Pasadena, California: Salem Press. 

    Onyeozili, E. C. (2005). Court Trials. In Encyclopedia on Criminal Justice in the United States. Pasadena, California: Salem Press.

    Onyeozili, E. C. (2004). Gunboat Criminology and the Colonization of Africa. In Anita Kalunta-Crumpton and Biko Agozino, Pan African Issues in Crime and Justice. pp. 205-227. London: Ashgate.

    Odo, J. C., Onyeozili, E. C., and Onwudiwe, I. D. (2004).  Boot Camp: A Theoretical Analysis. In Mary Bosworth (ed), Encyclopedia of Prisons and Correctional Facilities. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage.

    Onyeozili, E. C., Odo, J. C., and Onwudiwe, I. D. (2004). Cook County Illinois: Development of Juvenile Court. In Mary Bosworth (ed), Encyclopedia of Prisons and Correctional Facilities. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage.

    Onwudiwe, I. D., Odo, J. C., and Onyeozili, E. C. (2004). Deterrence Theory. In Mary Bosworth (ed), Encyclopedia of Prisons and Correctional Facilities. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage.

    Onwudiwe, I. D. and Onyeozili, E. C. (2004). The Black Panther Party. In Mary Bosworth (ed), Encyclopedia of Prisons and Correctional Facilities. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage.

    BOOK REVIEWS: 
    Zoller, Cyann and Onyeozili, E. C. Civilizations in Dispute: Historical Questions and Theoretical Traditions. Johann P. Arnason Leiden: Brill 2003. In African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies. Vol. 3, No 2, 2008. 

    Counter Colonial Criminology: A Critique of Imperialist Reason. Biko Agozino. London: Pluto Press. In African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies. Issue 1, Vol.1. February. 2005.

    Gender Violence in Africa: African Women’s Responses. December Green. New York: St. Martin’s Press 1999. In Violence Against Women: an International and Interdisciplinary Journal. Volume 7, Number 8, August (pp. 947-951) 2001.

    PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:  
    American Society of Criminology (ASC).

    Academy of Criminal Justices Sciences (ACJS).

    Alpha Phi Sigma (National Criminal Justice Honor Society)

    Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD): National Sociological Honor Society

    African Criminology and Justice Association (ACJA)

    UNIVERSITY SERVICE COMMITTEES/ACTIVITIES:  
    University Graduate Council

    University Graduate Council Research Committee

    Criminal Justice Scholarship/Assistantship Committee

    Chair, Criminal Justice Curriculum Committee

    Advisor, Alpha Phi Sigma (UMES Chapter)

    NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL SERVICE: 
    Managing Editor, African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies,  www.umes.edu/ajcjs

    Advisory Board/National Advisor, Alpha Phi Sigma (National Criminal Justice Honor Society)

    Editorial Board, Scholarena Journal of Forensic Science

    Editorial Board, International Journal Of Human Rights And Democratic Development (IJHDD).

    Editorial Board, International Journal of Law, Democracy and Development (IJLDD).

    Editorial Board, Nigerian Journal of Criminology and Victimology (NJCV).

    Editorial Board, Journal of International Studies and Development (JISD).

    Executive Board, Initiative for Agulu Development

    HOBBIES:  
    Photography, Fishing, and Nature Watch.