Corey Colyer, Ph.D.
Dr. Colyer received his M.A. from Western Michigan University and Ph.D. from Syracuse University. His research focuses on people processing institutions and the interaction between agencies of social control. His dissertation and recent publications examined the processes and procedures of coercive substance abuse treatment programs. He teaches courses in Criminal Justice, Criminology, and Research Methods.
Rishel, Carrie., Morris, Tracy., Colyer, Corey J. and Tami Calvez Gurley. 2014.“Preventing the Residential Placement of Young Children: A Multidisciplinary Investigation of Challenges and Opportunities in a Rural State”. Children and Youth Services Review 37:9-14.
Nolan, James J, Norman Conti, and Corey J Colyer. 2011. “A public safety process:sustained dialogue for situational policing.” in Resolving Community Conflicts and Problems: Public Deliberation and Sustained Dialog, edited by Roger A. Lohmann and Jon Van Til. New York: Columbia University Press.
Weiss, Karen & Corey J. Colyer. 2010. “Roofies, Mickies, and Cautionary Tales:Examining the Persistence of the ‘Date Rape Drug’ Crime Narrative. DeviantBehavior. 31: 348-379.
SOCA 232 Criminology
SOCA 234 The Criminal Justice System
SOCA 330 Criminal Justice System
SOCA 402 The Investigating Professions
SOCA 435 Criminal Justice Processes
SOCA 513 Qualitative Methods