Faculty - Emmanuel Barthe
Emmanuel P. Barthe is an Associate Professor in the Criminal Justice Department. His research interests lie in the arena of policing, situational crime prevention, and spatial analysis. His publications include work on the impact of casinos and crime, the effect of different low income housing on disorder patterns, and the legal ramifications of traffic checkpoints. He works closely with local law enforcement agencies and has served as an external evaluator for several projects, including a methamphetamine interdiction effort, a campaign to reduce commercial traffic accidents, and a BJA funded Smart Policing grants covering prescription drug abuse. He currently teaches a section of the introduction to CJ course, a class on policing, a crime mapping class, a class on criminal justice ethics, and a section of the senior seminar. He has a doctorate and a master's in criminal justice from the School of Criminal Justice at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.
Barthe, E. (2012). Crime mapping. In Encyclopedia of Community Policing and Problem Solving; Kenneth J. Peak, Sage Publications.
Barthe, E. (2012). Situational crime prevention. In Encyclopedia of Community Policing and Problem Solving; Kenneth J. Peak, Sage Publication.
Barthe, E. (2012). Publicity campaigns. In Encyclopedia of Community Policing and Problem Solving; Kenneth J. Peak, Sage Publications.
Barthe, E. (2006). Crime prevention publicity campaigns. Community Oriented Policing Services: U.S. Department of Justice.
Barthe, E. and Lateano, T. (2006). The State of Police Department Websites. The Police Chief, vol. 73, no. 5.
Barthe, E., Leone, M., Lateano, T. (2012). Commercializing success: the impact of popular media on the career decisions and perceptual accuracy of criminal justice students. Teaching in Higher Education. 1-14.
Barthe, E. and Peak, K. (2009). Community Policing and Compstat: Merged, or Mutually Exclusive? The Police Chief, LXXVI (12), 72-84.
Barthe, E. and Stitt, B.G.. (2009). Impact of Casinos on Criminogenic Patterns, Police Practice and Research: An International Journal, 10 (3), 255-269.
Barthe, E., & Stitt, B. (2011). Impact of increased police presence in a non-criminogenic area. Police Practice & Research, 12, 383-396.
Barthe, E., and B. G. Stitt. (2009). Temporal Distribution of Crime and Disorder in Casino and non Casino zones, Journal of Gambling Studies, 25, 139-152.
Barthe, E., & Stitt, B. G. (2007). Casinos as “hot spots” and the generation of crime. Journal of Crime and Justice, 30(2), 115-140.
Barthe, E., Venzon, M., Ward, S., and White, M. (2013). Reno, Nevada Smart Policing Initiative: Reducing Prescription Drug Abuse.
Chaires, R. H., Barthe, E., Lentz, S. (2010). Talking the Talk and Walking the Walk of Racial Profiling: A Study of Automobile Checkpoint Law in Three Nations. Texas Hispanic Journal of Law and Policy, Spring 2010.
Peak, K. J., Barthe, E. P., & Garcia, A. (2008). Campus Policing in America A Twenty-Year Perspective. Police Quarterly, 11(2), 239-260.