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Contact Information

Academic School

School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Office

Dyson 317

Email

Julie.Raines@marist.edu

Phone

(845) 575-3000, ext. 6423

Dr. Julie B. Raines

Associate Professor of Criminal Justice

Bio

Julie B. Raines is an Associate Professor in the Criminal Justice Department at Marist, with both a Ph.D. and law degree.  Dr. Raines teaches Senior Seminar: Capping, CJ Ethics, Law and Society, CJ Cross Cultural Systems, and FYS: True Crime in Film.  Her dissertation, Ethics in Policing, was published in 2010 with Jones & Bartlett.  Dr. Raines has published several articles in the areas of mental health court jail diversion and policing, including Screening Participants into Mental Health Court Jail Diversion Programs, Mental Health Court Survey, El Al Airline Passenger Profiling Revealed, Law Enforcement Policy: Use of Force and her most recent article Communicating Office Policy Regarding Ethical Misconduct in Law Enforcement Training. During her career, Dr. Raines has submitted over $3 million in grant requests and administrated close to $300,000 in grant funding, focusing primarily on implementing mental health jail diversion courts. In 2009, Dr. Raines earned a Faculty Excellence Award in the area of Outreach and Public Engagement from Northern Kentucky University for her role in developing a regional mental health court. In 2012, Dr. Raines earned a Faculty Recognition Award for excellence in research from Marist College.


Education

JD, PhD

Research Interests / Areas of Focus

Sexual assault on college campus, mental health jail diversion, police ethics


Selected Publications

Raines, J., & Pinna, J.T. (2015). Expanding Human Rights and Civil Rights Violations in the United States: See Something, Say Something Policy. European Scientific Journal, 11(1), 23-36

Raines, J. (2011). Communicating Office Policy Regarding Ethical Misconduct in Law Enforcement Training. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 11(3), 75-82

Raines, J. (2010). El Al Airline Passenger Profiling Revealed. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 10(4), 29-42

Raines, J. (2010). Ethics in Policing: Misconduct and Integrity. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Learning

Raines, J. & Laws, G. (2009). Mental Health Court Survey. The Criminal Law Bulletin, 45(4), 627-640

Raines, J. (2008). Screening Participants into Mental Health Court Jail Diversion Programs. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 8(2), 77-85

Raines, J. (2005). Law Enforcement Policy: Use of Force. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 5(4), 97-104.


Selected Presentations

Raines, J. and Argueta, J. (March, 2016). Transient Crime: The Effectiveness of Hot Spot Policing. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Raines, J. (March, 2016) Police Sexual Misconduct as Reported on Twitter. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Raines, J. and Womer, D. (March, 2015) Ten Years of Child Death Investigations. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Raines, J. and Watson, B. (March, 2015) Police Misconduct in Federal Law Enforcement. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Moderator for Feature Roundtable (March, 2015) Multidisciplinary Approaches to Legal and Ethical Issues in Law Enforcement, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL

Raines, J. (March, 2014). Police Excessive Force as Reported on Twitter. American Society for Public Administration Annual Conference. Washington, D.C.

Raines, J. (February, 2014). Police Excessive Force as Reported on Twitter. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA.

Raines, J. (March, 2013). The Impact of Police Ethics Training on Infractions. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting. Dallas, TX

Raines, J. (March, 2012). The Impact of Police Ethics Training on Infractions. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting. New York, NY


Awards and Honors

2012 Faculty Recognition Award in Research

2009 Faculty award in public engagement