Meghan Stroshine
Dr. Meghan StroshineMarquette University

Lalumiere Hall, 346

MilwaukeeWI53201United States of America
(414) 288-3437
Curriculum Vitae

Chair and Associate Professor

Social and Cultural Sciences

Education

Ph.D., 2002, Michigan State University

Research Interests

Policing (use of force, injuries, hazards of police work, decision making and behavior) and Domestic Violence (criminal justice system responses)

Professional Interests

Policing, Domestic Violence, Women and Crime

Publications

Book

Articles

  • Stroshine, M.S, & Brandl, S.G.  (2019). “The use, effectiveness, and hazards associated with police use of force: The unique case of weaponless physical force.  Police Practice and Research.  Published online before print March 4, 2019, doi: 10.1080/15614263.2019.1582342.
  • Wheelock, D.W., Stroshine, M.S., & O’Hear, M.  (2018).  “Disentangling the relationship between race and attitudes toward the police: A multilevel examination.”  Crime & Delinquency.  Published online before print November 23, 2018, doi: 10.1177/0011128718811928. 
  • Brandl, S.G., & Stroshine, M.S.  (2013). “The role of officer attributes, job characteristics, and arrest activity in explaining police use of force.” Criminal Justice Policy Review, 24 (5): 551-572.
  • Brandl, S.G., & Stroshine, M.S. (2012). “The physical hazards of police work revisited.”  Police Quarterly, 15(3): 262-282.
  • Stroshine, M.S., & Brandl, S.G. (2011). “Race, gender, and tokenism in policing: An empirical elaboration.” Police Quarterly, 14 (4): 344-365.
  • Brandl, S.G., & Stroshine, M.S. (2011).  “The relationship between gun and gun buyer characteristics and firearm time-to-crime.”Criminal Justice Policy Review, 22: 285-300.
  • Stroshine, M.S., Alpert, G.A., & Dunham, R.G. (2008). “The Influence of ‘Working Rules’ on Police Suspicion and Discretionary Decision Making.” Police Quarterly, 11 (3): 315-337.

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1310 W. Clybourn St.
Milwaukee, WI 53233
(414) 288-6838

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