Kingsley Ejiogu, Ph.D.


  • Kingsley Ejiogu, Ph.D.

    kejiogu@umes.edu
    410-651-8914

    POSITION:
    Assistant Professor

    EDUCATION:
    Ph.D. 2012, Administration of Justice, Texas Southern University 

    Graduate Certificate (OCGC), 2009, Environmental Control, Sheridan College, Ontario, Canada

    M.Sc. 2006, Biotechnology, Federal University of Technology Owerri, Nigeria

    B.Sc. 1989, Biology, Abia State University, Nigeria

    GIS. 2015,  Analyst Certificate, Houston Community College

    RESEARCH INTERESTS:
    Policy, Conflicts Management, Quantitative Methods, GIS.

    TEACHING INTERESTS:
    Criminological Theories; Research Methods, Statistics, and Law of Corrections.

    RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS:
    Kalunta-Crumpton, A, and Ejiogu, K. (2011). Race, Ethnicity, Crime and Criminal

    Justice in the United States. In Race, Ethnicity, Crime and Criminal Justice in the Americas. A. Kalunta-Crumpton (Eds.), Palgrave Macmillan, Hampshire, UK. Pp. 41-59.

    Onwudiwe, D, and Ejiogu, K. (2012). “Green Criminology and Africa: A Case Study of

    Environmental Terrorism in Nigeria.” In Nonso Okafo (Ed.), Grounded Law: Comparative Research on State and Non-State Justice in Multiple Societies. London: Wildfire Publishing House. Pp. 306-344.

    Ejiogu, K. (2015). Globalization, Sovereignity and Crime: A Philosophical Processing.

    In Routledge International Handbook of the Crimes of the Powerful. G. Barak (Eds.), Routledge Publishers, New York, USA. Pp. 144-153.

    Ejiogu, K.U. (2015). Policing Inconsequence in Africa. In Security, Education, and Development in Contemporary Africa: An Examination of their Interplay and Impact, eds. Raymond, M Izarali, Oliver Masakure, and Edward Shizha, Ashgate (Accepted for Publication)

    Ejiogu, Kingsley and Ihekwoaba D. Onwudiwe (2009). Community Policing and

    Peacekeeping, Edited by Peter Grabosky (2009), CRC Press, Taylor and Francis: Boca Raton, Florida. Review in International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences (1JCJS), 4 (1), 79–82.

    Ejiogu, K. and Nwokeji, E. (2015). Crime and Punishment in Nigeria. The Encyclopedia of Crime and Punishment. 1–3. W. G. Jennings (Eds.), John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New Jersey, USA.

    Ejiogu, K., Harris, J., and Baker, D. (2015) Preliminary Spatial Exploration of Crime Distribution During Major Events in Houston, Texas. Asia Pacific Journal of Police and Criminal Justice. Journal of the Asian Association of Police Studies. Policing Reform and Social Governance, 10 (1), 49-72.

    Ejiogu, Kingsley U., and Tachia Richard, H. (2015). The Impact of Demographic and Regulatory Mobility on Environmental Justice in Texas, 1990-2000. Race, Gender & Class, (Accepted for Publication).

    Ejiogu, Kingsley, U. (2015) Geospatial Aspects of Social Control: Chasing the offender or the space? Journal of Criminal Justice and Law Review (Accepted for Publication)

    BOOKS:
    Ejiogu, Kingsley, U. (2016). IhemeRouse of Widow Spider. A Historical Crime Fiction. Book under Review by Publishers.

    BOOK REVIEWS:
    Ejiogu, Kingsley, U. (2010). Community Policing: International Patterns and

    Comparative Perspectives, Edited by Dominique, Wisler and Ihekwoaba D. Onwudiwe, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis: Boca Raton, Florida. Review in African Journal of Criminology & Justice Studies (AJCJS) 4 (1), 141-148.

    Ejiogu, Kingsley, U. (2012). Monsoon: the Indian Ocean and the Future of American

    Power. By Robert D. Kaplan, Random House: New York, 2010. Review in Governance: An International Journal of Policy, Administration, and Institutions, 25, 356-358.

    Ejiogu, Kingsley U. (2014) "Breaking Rules: The Social and Situation Dynamics of Young People's Urban Crime by Per-Olof Wikström, Dietrich Oberwittler, Kyle Treiber, & Beth Hardie," Review in International Social Science Review: Vol. 89: Iss. 1, Article 21.

    PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:
    American Society of Criminology (ASC)

    Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS)

    Asian Association of Police Studies (AAPS)

    HOBBIES:
    Travelling and Poetry.