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Brian Johnson

Professor Bailey

 
 

Professor

Internship and Undergraduate Coordinator

B.A. University of Wisconsin

M.S., M.L.I.R., Ph.D., Michigan State University

Office: 279-C DeVos

Phone: 616-331-7142

E-mail: johnsonb@gvsu.edu

Office Hours

Expertise

Private Secuity; Criminology; Law Enforcement

Courses Taught

  • CJ 101 Justice and Society
  • CJ 301 Criminology
  • CJ 312 Police Process
  • CJ 315 Principles of Security
  • CJ 461 Police Management and Legal Issues
  • CJ 464 Security Administration and Legal Issues
  • CJ 620 Advanced Police Systems
  • CJ 623 Advanced Private Security
  • CJ 693 Master project chair, committee member
  • CJ 695 Master thesis chair, committee member

Books 

  • Johnson, B.R. & Kingshott, B.F. (2009). Safe overseas travel. New York: Looseleaf.
  • Johnson, B.R. (2007). Crucial elements of police firearms training. New York: Looseleaf.
  • Johnson, B.R. (2005). Principles of security management. New York: Prentice Hall.
  • Johnson, B.R. (2005). Instructors manual: Principles of security management. New York: Prentice Hall.

Articles

  • Warchol, G.L. & Johnson, B.R. (Under Review). Securing natural resources from theft: An exploratory analysis. Journal of applied security research.
  • Johnson, B.R., Kierkus, C., & Yalda, C. (Under Review). Who Skips: An analysis of bail bond failure to appears. Journal of victims and offenders.
  • Johnson, B.R., Connolly, E., & T.S. Carter (Forthcoming, 2011). Corporate social responsibility: The role of Fortune 100 companies in domestic & natural disasters. Corporate social responsibility and environmental management.
  • Kierkus, C., Johnson, B.R. & J. Hewitt (2010). Cohabiting, family, and community stressors, selection, and juvenile delinquency. Criminal justice review, 35(4). 393-411.
  • Johnson, B.R., Yalda, C.A. & C. Kierkus. (2010). Property crime at O’Hare International Airport: An examination of the routine activities approach. Journal of applied security research, 5(1), 42-63.
  • Johnson, B.R. & Carter, T.S. (2009). Combating the shoplifter: An examination of civil recovery laws. Journal of applied security research, 4(4), 445-461.
  • Johnson, B.R. & Bridgmon, P.B. (June, 2009). Depriving civil rights: An exploration of 18 U.S.C 242 criminal prosecutions, 2001-2006. Criminal justice review, 34(2). 196-209.
  • Warchol, G.L & Johnson, B.R. (Spring, 2009). Wildlife crime in the game reserves of South Africa. International journal of comparative and applied criminal justice, 33(1), 143-154.
  • Johnson, B.R. & Warchol, G.L. (December, 2007). Cold weather training issues. The police chief, 54(12), 108-111.
  • Johnson, B.R. & Warchol, G.L. (December, 2007). Supplement to cold weather training issues. The police chief, Extended On-line web version. http://www.policechiefmagazine.org.
  • Breen, M. & Johnson, B.R. (2007). Citizen police academies: An analysis of enhanced police-community relations among citizen attendees. The police journal 80(3), 246-266.
  • Johnson, B.R., McKenzie, D. & W. Crawley. (2007). Grievance arbitration in law enforcement: The Wisconsin experience. Journal of collective negotiations in the public sector, 31(4), 343-360.
  • Johnson, B.R. & Hughes, F. (November/December, 2003). Training Dyslexics in Skill-Based Applications. The law enforcement trainer, 18(6), 18-25.
  • Johnson, B.R. & Warchol. G.L (Spring, 2003). Bail Agents and Bounty Hunters: Adversaries or Allies of the Justice system? American journal of criminal justice, 27(2), 145-165.
  • Johnson, B.R., McKenzie, D. & G.L. Warchol. (December, 2003). Corporate Kidnapping: An Exploratory Study. Journal of security administration, 26(2), 13-31.
  • Swift, S. & Johnson, B.R. & Postuma, R. (2002). An exploratory analysis of the selection of arbitrators in compulsory interest arbitration proceedings: The Michigan experience. Journal of collective negotiations in the public sector, 30(1), 77-90.
  • Warchol, G.L., Payne, D.M. & Johnson, B.R. (1999). Federal forfeiture: Law, policy and practice. The justice professional 11,403-423.
  • Johnson, B.R. & McCatty, P.A. (October, 1998). Security’s amazing recover. Security management, 42(10), 30-41.
  • Warchol, G.L. & Johnson, B.R. (Fall/Winter 1998). The seduction of asset forfeiture. L.A.E journal, 58-59(4), 49-56.
  • Warchol, G.L. & Johnson, B.R. (1999). A cross sectional quantitative analysis of federal asset forfeiture. In Dantzker, M.L.: Readings for research methods for criminology and criminal justice. Boston: Butterworth-Heinemann.
  • Johnson, B.R. & Warchol, G.L. (1997). Guilty property: A qualitative analysis of civil forfeiture. American journal of criminal justice, 21(1), 61-83.
  • Johnson, B.R. & Warchol, G.L. (June, 1997). Giving security space at the mall. Security management, 41(6), 87-93.
  • Johnson, B.R., Warchol, G.L., & Bumphus, V.W. (1997). Police residential requirements: An exploratory analysis. Journal of collective negotiations in the public sector, 26(1), 43-64.
  • Johnson, B.R. & Warchol, G.L. & K.A, Bailey (1997). Police-compulsory arbitration in Michigan: A logistic model analysis of environmental factors. Journal of collective negotiations in the public sector. 26(1), 27-41.
  • Warchol, G.L., Payne, D. & Johnson, B.R. (1996). Criminal forfeiture: An effective alternative to civil proceedings. Police studies, 19(3), 51-66.
  • Johnson, B.R. & Nowak, P. (September, 1996). Stress and officer-involved shootings – the agency’s responsibility. The police chief, 63(9), 49-54.
  • Warchol, G.L., Payne, D. & Johnson, B.R. (1996). Criminal forfeiture: An effective alternative to civil proceedings. Police studies, 19(3), 51-66.
  • Johnson, B.R. & Nowak, P. (September, 1996). Stress and officer-involved shootings – the agency’s responsibility. The police chief, 63(9), 49-54.
  • Warchol, G.L. & Johnson, B.R. (March 1996). Ensuring the future of asset forfeiture programs. The police chief, 63(3). 49-54.
  • Johnson, B.R. & Warchol, G.L. (Winter, 1996). Police compulsory arbitration: a review of the research. Government-union review, 17(1), 23-52.
  • Johnson, B.R., VanMeter, C.W., & Walker, R.O. (Summer, 1995). The effectiveness of computer based education in criminal justice undergraduate curricula – an evaluation. Police computer review, 4(3), 11-18.

Book Reviews

  • Perez, D.W. (2001). Paradoxes of police work (2nd ed.). (Textbook review for DELMAR Publishers).
  • Arrigo & Williams (2007). Criminology. Textbook reviewer for Burton House, Ltd (Prentice hall).
  • Rawlings, P. (2002). Policing: A short history. Portland, OR: Willan. In Police Quarterly, 5(3), 409-411 (September, 2002).
  • Burpo, J.; Delord, R. & Shannon, M. (1997). Police association power, politics, and confrontation: A guide for the successful labor leader. Springfield, IL: Thomas. In Police Quarterly, 3(1), 1998.
  • Cole, R. (1997). Management of internal business investigations: A survival guide. In Criminal Justice Review, 22(2), 263-265 (Autumn, 1998).
  • Gaines, L & Worrall (2000). Police Administration, (2nd ed.) (Textbook reviewer for Prentice Hall Publishers).
  • Hagen, F. (1995). Introduction to Criminology. (Textbook review for Nelson-Hall Publishers).