Robert J. Ramsey
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
Director, Criminal Justice Program
Middlefork Hall 364
- Ph.D., Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati, 2003
- M.S., Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati, 1994
- B.S. Political Science, Miami University, 1989
Current Research Interests
Wrongful Conviction, Community Corrections and Restorative Justice, Faith-based Correctional Interventions, Reentry, Judeo-Christian bases of the Law.
- Ramsey, R.J. (2008). Wrongful Convictions. In A. Embar-Seddon and A. Pass (Eds.), Forensic Science (Vol 3, p.p. 1033-1037). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
- Ramsey, R.J, and J. Frank. (2007). “Perceptions of Criminal Justice Professionals Regarding the Frequency of Wrongful Conviction and the Extent of System Error.” Crime and Delinquency, Vol. 53:2, 436-470.
- Ramsey, R.J., and J. Frank (2007). How to Reduce the Incidence of Wrongful Conviction: Current Perspectives of Criminal Justice Practitioners.” Journal of the Institute of Justice and International Studies, Vol 7: 231-249.
- Ramsey, R.J. (2005). “False Convictions” in Gerstenfeld (ed.), Criminal Justice. Salem Press, Pasadena, Calf. Vol. 1: 415-419.
Selected Academic Awards/Recognitions
- Indiana University East’s Faculty Horizon Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2006-2007
- Indiana University East’s Student Choice Award for Teacher of the Year, 2005-2006
- Indiana University East Teamwork Award 2005-2006
- Indiana University East’s Student Choice Award for Outstanding Organizational Advisor of the Year.2005-2006