Carolyn Henderson Meier: Publisher - Criminal Justice and Criminology

Carolyn Meier Criminal justice authors and faculty are unique in terms of their combination of pragmatism, academic and scholarly expertise, and quite often, their field experience. During my career in academic publishing, I’ve been struck by how deeply every author I’ve worked with cares about students, especially when it comes to setting those students up to excel in the field after graduation. There is an amazing sense of paying it forward that I find honorable.

I’m equally in awe of criminal justice students. Over the years, I’ve heard criminal justice majors talk about wanting to help others, support their communities, and make a difference in society. The majority of these students work full time while pursuing their degrees. They are unequivocally passionate about their future careers, and given today’s societal challenges, that is refreshing and inspiring to see.

I’ve joined Cognella Academic Publishing to build their list of criminal justice titles and, in doing so, to support the incredible work being done by criminal justice faculty and students. I’m not only looking for impeccable scholarship; I want the textbooks I sign with Cognella to embody the practical, career-oriented spirit I’ve witnessed within the discipline. I’m also interested in works that are highly contemporary, well written, and which feature cutting-edge research to further the education of tomorrow’s criminal justice professionals.

The titles below reflect Cognella’s commitment to publishing quality texts by notable authors that showcase the exciting work and thought leadership emerging in criminal justice.

If you’re interested in discussing book ideas, I’d like to hear from you. Please email me at: cmeier@cognella.com.

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  1. Current Issues in Policing
    (First Edition)
    Christopher James Utecht
    ©2019
  2. Terrorism and Counterterrorism
    Theory, History, and Contemporary Challenges (First Edition)
    Matthew Lippman
    ©2019
  3. Intelligence Operations
    Understanding Data, Tools, People, and Processes (First Edition)
    Erik Kleinsmith
    ©2020
  4. Focusing on Forensics
    A Lab Workbook (First Edition)
    Timothy A. Pycraft
    ©2019
  5. Power and Authority
    Profiles of Contemporary Law Enforcement and Corrections Applications (First Edition)
    Katy Cathcart
    ©2019
  6. Homeland and National Security
    Understanding America's Past to Protect the Future (First Edition)
    Dr. Monique M. Chouraeshkenazi
    ©2018
  7. Understanding Wrongful Conviction
    How Innocent People Are Convicted of Crimes They Did Not Commit (First Edition)
    Robert J. Ramsey, Ph.D.
    ©2020
  8. A Guide to Graduate School Success for Criminal Justice, Public Safety, and Administration of Justice Students
    (First Edition)
    Patricia Mitchell, Mark D. Bradbury, Catherine D. Marcum, and Frank Schmalleger
    ©2019

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