Faculty in the News

The Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology faculty are frequently featured in the media providing input on hot topics and issues. Below are media items featuring our faculty.

  • Dr. Shelley Listwan provided comments for "Charlotte Talks: Ex-Offenders and challenges on transitioning back to society" (Source: WFAE Charlotte Talks - July 2017)
  • Dr. Michael Turner quoted in "Will crime affect your vote in the Charlotte mayor's race? These candidates hope so" (Source: Charlotte Observer - June 2017)
  • Dr. Shannon Reid interviewed for "FBI arrests 3 more United Blood Nation gang members" (Source: WSOC - May 2017)
  • Dr. Joe Kuhns provided comments for "CMPD Chief Putney wants to add assistants to ranks" (Source: WSOC - May 2017)
  • Dr. Michael Turner participated in a discussion about Charlotte's homicide rate. (Source: WFAE Charlotte Talks - March 2017)
  • Dr. Vivian Lord quoted in "2 felons arrested after high-speed I-77 chase ends in crash' (Source: Charlotte Observer - February 2017)
  • Dr. John Stogner provided comments for "Concerns over amped-up, dangerous drugs on streets" (Source: Healthline News - October 2016)
  • Adjunct professor Toussaint Romain interviewed for "A public defender walking the streets of Charlotte has an inspirational message for the protestors" (Source: Business Insider - September 2016)
  • Dr. John Stogner provided comments for "Six health risks of doing dabs you should know" (Source: Bustle - August 2016)
  • Dr. John Stogner provided comments for "How knockoff fentanyl dodges cops" (Source: The Daily Beast - June 2016)
  • Dr. Shannon Reid interviewed for segment on gang violence. (Source: WCNC - September 2015)
  • Dr. Shannon Reid provided comments for segment on string of deadly shootings. (Source: Time Warner Cable News - September 2015)
  • Dr. John Stogner provided comments for article on marijuana "dabbing" (Source: Live Science - June 2015)
  • Dr. Joe Kuhns quoted in "Despite homicide drop, killings hold steady in Charlotte's Metro Division" (Source: Charlotte Observer - January 2015)
  • Professor Kathleen Nicolaides interviewed for "Woman fights to recover identity for over decade" (Source: WSOC - November 2014)
  • Dr. Joe Kuhns' burglary research is cited. (Source: Las Vegas Informer - April 2014)
  • Dr. Joe Kuhns'  research on burglars receives national coverage.  (Source: UPI - May 2013)
  • Dr. Paul Friday comments on the minds of madmen. (Source: WFAE Charlotte Talks - December 2012)