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Dr. Richard M. Hough, Sr.
University of West Florida
Department of Criminal Justice
Pensacola, Florida 32514
EDUCATION
University of West Florida
Doctor of Education; Public Administration concentration.
Dissertation Title: The Influence of Race, Gender, and Perceived Barriers of Law
Enforcement Officers on Self-Efficacy of Career Decisions
John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Master in Public Administration
Focus on criminal justice under the direct supervision of Mark Moore,
chair of graduate program in criminal justice, Kennedy School of
Government. Area paper: “The Development of Law Enforcement
Supervisors and Managers”; resulted in a journal article in The Police
Chief.
Saint Leo University
Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration, cum laude
Manatee Community College
Associate of Arts in Law Enforcement, cum laude
University of South Florida
All But Thesis, for Master of Public Administration, attended 1987-1996
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Instructor, Department of Criminal Justice,
2007 - Current
University of West Florida, Pensacola, FL
In addition to those criminal justice courses listed below for the University of
West Florida, graduate courses in the Master of Science in Criminal Justice
program, policy and homeland security concentrations.
Criminal Justice Program Coordinator and Instructor of Criminal Justice,
2006 - 2007
University of West Florida, Emerald Coast Campus, Marianna, Florida
Courses taught in addition to those listed below: Criminal Justice Management &
Organization, Punishment & Society, Criminal Investigations, Policing in a Free
Society, Homicide, Cold Case Investigations, Sex Crimes Investigation, Crime
and Public Policy (Graduate), Terrorism and Homeland Security (Graduate),
Criminal Justice Administration (Graduate)
Visiting Instructor, Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice,
2005-2006
University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL
Courses Taught: Policies and Procedures of Corrections, Police Operations,
Contemporary Policing, Race-Gender-Ethnicity & Crime, Introduction to the
Offender (Criminology), Homicide, Diversity in Public Administration (UG,
Graduate)
Instructor of Criminal Justice, 1999-present
University of West Florida, Pensacola, Florida
Courses Taught: Police in a Free Society, Police Administration, Criminal Justice
Management & Organization, Juvenile Justice, Punishment & Society, Criminal
Investigations, Race-Gender-Ethnicity & Crime, Survey of Crime and Justice
Private Security, Criminology, Homicide, Gangology, Cold Case, Serial Killers,
Violence.
Adjunct Instructor of Public Administration, MPA Program 1996-2003
University of West Florida, Pensacola, Florida
Courses Taught: The Public Administration Professional, Total Quality
Management, Policy Analysis, Leadership
Adjunct Faculty, Associate Professor, 2007-present
University of Maryland, University College
Courses Taught: CJ Management (Graduate), Criminal Justice Administration,
Introduction to Criminal Justice, Private Security (Under Graduate), MedicoLegal Investigation of Death, Criminalistics
Adjunct Faculty, 1996-present
Troy University
Courses Taught: Criminal Justice Administration, Introduction to Corrections,
Correctional Rehabilitation and Counseling, Correctional Management, Public
Administration
Adjunct Faculty, Associate Professor 2012- present, Assistant Professor 2008-12
Colorado Technical University Online
Courses taught: Police Operations and Report Writing, American Diversity,
Forensic Criminology, Corrections, Homeland Security and Terrorism (Graduate),
Criminology and Public Policy (G), Corrections Management (G), Criminal
Justice Capstone (G), Special Topics in Criminal Justice (G)
Instructor, Criminal Justice Academy 1995-present
George Stone Vocational-Technical Center, Pensacola, FL
Subjects Taught: Gangs-Extremist Groups, Defensive Tactics, Human & Cultural
Diversity, Ethics, Investigations, Patrol, Community-Oriented Policing, Juvenile
Inmates, special inmate populations
– member, Criminal Justice Advisory Committee 2014Adjunct Instructor, 2000
Okaloosa-Walton Community College, Public Safety Division
Courses Taught: Law Enforcement Ethics
Adjunct Faculty, 1991-1995
Saint Leo University
Courses Taught: Public Administration, Introduction to Corrections, Law
Enforcement Administration
Adjunct Faculty, 1989-1995
Manatee Community College
Courses Taught: Criminal Investigation, Public Administration, Introduction to
Corrections, Policing
– Chairman Criminal Justice Advisory Committee 1993-95
Instructor, 1984-1995
Manatee Area Vocational-Technical Center, Criminal Justice Academy
Subjects Taught: Defensive Tactics, Human & Cultural Diversity, Ethics,
Interviews & Interrogation, Instructor Techniques, Report Writing, Advanced
Correctional Techniques for Officers, Correctional Emergency Response Team
(CERT), Train the Trainer for Detectives, Instructor Techniques, others.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Senior Management Analyst (former Chief of Support Services) (2002-2003)
 Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, Detention Services
 Detention Superintendent, Okaloosa Regional Juvenile Detention Center (19982002)
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
 Personally hired and oversaw the development and training of 70+ officers and
staff for first of five prototype detention facilities in Florida.
 Created a Detention Training Officer (DTO program adopted statewide.
Training SME.
 Working group to develop Detention Emergency Response Teams in Juvenile
Justice to address significant incident. Policy and tactical procedures SME.
Enforcement Bureau Administrator (1996 – 1998)
Santa Rosa County, FL Sheriff’s Office
 Leadership through three divisions of all facets of agency law enforcement
operations.
 Lead initial efforts in pursuit of state accreditation.
 Revamp of Field Training Officer (FTO) Program.
Corrections Bureau Administrator (1995 - 1996), CERT Commander
Santa Rosa County, FL Sheriff’s Office
 Leadership through three divisions of all facets of agency corrections
operations.
 Conceptual design of new sheriff’s office and jail facility on all interior
spaces, and functional flow. Overall project manager.
 Planner and manager of transitioning inmates to new facility.
 Developed, trained, and led tactical unit.
1981–1995 Manatee County Sheriff’s Office
Bradenton, FL
Deputy Chief, Corrections Bureau (1991 – 1995), CERT Commander
 Leadership through three divisions of all facets of agency corrections operations.
280 employees and 1,000 inmates.
 Conceptual design of new jail facility. Overall project manager.
 Planner and manager of transitioning inmates to new facility.
 Developed, trained, and led tactical unit.
1990 – 1991 Leave of Absence while attending graduate school at Harvard
University
Law Enforcement and Corrections Academy Coordinator (1991)
Administrative Division Commander (1989 – 1990)
Policy Advisor to the Sheriff (1988 – 1989)
Assistant to Patrol Commander (1987 – 1988)
Field Training Commander (1987)
Patrol Sergeant (1985 – 1986)
Homicide Detective (1983 – 1985)
Sheriff’s Deputy / Field Training Officer (1981 – 1983)
1980–1981 Longboat Key Police Department, Longboat Key, FL
Department Training Officer / Senior Patrolman
1979 Bradenton Beach Police Department, Bradenton Beach, FL
Patrolman
CRIMINAL JUSTICE CONSULTANT
 Police, corrections, juvenile justice practices
 Use of Force
 Certified current or former instructor: Human Diversity, Defensive Tactics, OC
Spray, ASP Collapsible Baton, Verbal Judo
 Certified Personal Fitness Trainer, Cooper Institute for Aerobics Research
 Black Belt Instructor of My Jhong Law Horn (Shaolin) Kung Fu
 Implementation & litigation support for Correctional & Law Enforcement
Agencies
 Numerous trainings and presentations for Children’s Home Society, Lutheran
Services, PACE Center for Girls, Okaloosa Department of Corrections,
FavorHouse
 Threat Assessment, graduate: Advanced Threat Assessment Academy, Gavin De
Becker and Associates.
 Criminal Justice Facilities Design
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
Created “Race, Gender, Ethnicity & Crime,” “Homicide,” “Cold Case
Investigation,” “Gangology,” “Serial Killers,” “Violence,” and “Sex Crimes
Investigation” courses for the University of West Florida, Department of Criminal
Justice.
Developed and teach the graduate course in Terrorism and Homeland Security.
Developed the course “Public Sector Ethics” for the MPA program of the
University of West Florida.
Subject Matter Expert (SME) in development of criminal justice course for NIIT
Limited, a global talent development company.
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Academic:
2014 – Dean search committee, College of Education and Professional Studies
2014 – present, University Risk and Compliance Council
2014 – Task Force on establishment of University College
2013-15 - SACS COC Compliance Certification Team member
2013-2015 member, Board of Trustees, University of West Florida
2013-15 - elected Faculty Senate President, UWF
2012 – Graduate Admissions Committee, MSCJ program
2012 – Provost search committee
2010 – elected to three-year term, Faculty Senate, University of West Florida
2011-13 Chair, Planning and Special Issues Committee
2011 – present, Safety and Security Council
2012 – President’s Listening Group - Budget
National and Regional:
Associates Program Committee, California Emergency Management and
Homeland Security Model Curriculum and Standards
Homicide Research Working Group (HRWG)
International Tactical Training Officers Association (ITTOA)
International Homicide Investigators Association (IHIA)
International Association of Correctional and Forensic Psychology (IACFP)
Police Executive Research Forum (PERF)
International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP)
1988-1998: Education & Training Committee, International Association of
Chiefs of Police
Academy of Criminal Justice Science (ACJS)
American Jail Association (AJA)
Southern Criminal Justice Association (SCJA)
American Society of Public Administration (ASPA)
International Association for Correctional and Forensic Psychology (IACFP)
1990-1996: National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Advisory
Council to the Department of Justice; Corrections Sub-Committee.
Academic Advisory Board of the “Annual Editions: Drugs, Society, and
Behavior”
Community:
2014 – current, Advisory Board, George Stone Career Center Law Enforcement
and Corrections Academies
2011 – current, Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy Council, Secretary (2012-14),
Board of Directors
2009 – 2011 Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy Council - member
2010 – Citizen Diplomat of the Year
2010 – 2012, Education Committee Chair, Florida Attorney General’s Task
Force on Gangs, Escambia County region
2006 Homeland Security Task Force, City of Mobile, Alabama
2003- present: 2008-2010 President Favor House of Northwest Florida Domestic
Violence Center, Vice-president and board member; former Personnel
Committee Chair
2007- 2009: Pace Area Chamber of Commerce
2007- 2009: Navarre Area Chamber of Commerce
1996-2006: Navy League of Santa Rosa County Council. President from 19982002.
1987-2001: Member, Kiwanis International
1998 President and Co-Founding Member Santa Rosa Sunrise Kiwanis
1996-2000: Board Member, Big Brothers Big Sisters of NW Florida:
former Personnel Committee Chair
1996-2000: Board Member, Red Cross of NW Florida
Current or past member of or involvement with a number of organizations, including the
following:
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Favor House of Northwest Florida
o President, 2008-2010
o Vice-president, 2006-2008
o Past Personnel Committee Chair, current House Committee chair
Adopt-A-Family of Manatee County, FL
American Correctional Association
American Jail Association
Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Northwest Florida
Cub Scouts of America
First Judicial Circuit Law Enforcement Officers Association
Florida Police Chiefs Association
Florida Sheriff’s Association
National Law Enforcement & Corrections Technology Advisory Council
(NLECTAC)
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
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Educator of the Year, 2013, Community Service and Partnerships, Colorado
Technical University
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Distinguished Service Award, FavorHouse of NW Florida, 2011
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Outstanding Citizen Diplomat of the Year, Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy Council
2009-2010
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Distinguished Teaching Award, University of West Florida, 2009
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Profiled in two CJ texts published in 2007-08; re-profiled in one 2013
Law Enforcement Commendation Medal, S.A.R., 1997
Leadership Santa Rosa, 1996
The Bradenton Herald “Rose” Award, for community work, 1989
Leadership Manatee, 1988
Deputy of the Month, Manatee Sheriff’s Office, for saving the life of a
fellow officer, 1986
Officer of the Year, Longboat Key Police Department, 1980
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
Hough, Richard M. Confrontational Violence and Homicide. Crime Prevention
Conference: Bridging the Gap. August, 2014
Hough, Richard M. Take a Breath: Confrontational Violence.
Homicide Research Working Group (HRWG) Annual Meeting, June 2013
“Homicide in America: An Update.” Chair and Discussant.
Southern Criminal Justice Association (SCJA) Annual Conference, September,
2012
Hough, Richard M. An Examination of Confrontational Homicide.
Homicide Research Working Group (HRWG) Annual Meeting, June 2012
“I Didn’t Come Here to Kill You, it Just Happened. An Examination of
Homicides in a Southern Jurisdiction.” Presented at the Southern Criminal Justice
Association Annual Conference, October, 2011.
“Developing a Model Policy: Law Enforcement Use of Force.” Presented at the
Southern Criminal Justice Association Annual Conference, September 2010.
“Domestic Violence Fatality Review Teams.” Presentation at the Academy of
Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, March 2009.
Hough, Richard M. Domestic Violence Community Coalitions, Southern
Criminal Justice Association (SCJA) Annual Conference, September 2008, Law
Enforcement Response to DV
“Drunk and Alone in a Kmart Parking Lot: The Pedagogy of Simulations and
Contemporary Attitudes toward Drinking and Driving.” Paper presented at the
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, March 2008.
Hough, Richard M. Choosing Law Enforcement, Vocational Implications for
Hispanics, Southern Criminal Justice Association (SCJA) Annual Conference,
September 2007
Hough, Richard M. Recruitment of Hispanic Law Enforcement Officers,
Academy of Criminal Justice Science (ACJS) Annual Conference, March, 2007
Hough, Richard M. Domestic Violence, 3rd Annual Conflict Resolution
Conference, University of West Florida, February, 2007
Hough, Richard M. Career Counseling Hispanics for Criminal Justice, Troy
University Annual Psychology Conference, April, 2007
Hough, Richard M. College Cops: No Looking Back. Presented at the
International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Conference, October, 1995.
Hough, Richard M. The Use of Mobile Data Terminals to Enhance Community
Policing. International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Conference,
October 1990.
Presented at the inaugural meeting of the Stop Turning Out Prisoners (STOP) of
Florida organization, June, 1991.
Panelist with former Secretary of the Florida Department of Corrections Harry
Singletary for “Jails, Prisons and Community Corrections,” 1993.
Presenter for Stetson Law School’s annual Chiefs of Police Training conference
on “Suicide Prevention in Jails and Police Lock-ups,” 1995.
Moderator and panelist for several seminars at the annual conference of the
International Association of Chief s of Police.
INVITED PRESENTATIONS (Sample)
Hough, Richard M. Safety in the Field. Graduate Social Work Leadership class,
University of West Florida, May, 2013.
Hough, Richard M. The CSI Effect: What we can and cannot do. Science Friday
Series, NW Florida State College, August, 2011
Hough, Richard M. Session Chair and Discussant Facilitator, Homicide Research
Working Group, Annual Conference, 2011
Hough, Richard M. Domestic Violence Training Forum, University of West
Florida, April, 2011, Threat Assessment
Hough, Richard M. Domestic Violence, 7th Annual Conflict Resolution
Conference, University of West Florida, April, 2011, Workplace Violence
Domestic Violence and Fatality Review Teams. Presented to Department of
State’s International Visitor Leadership Program Delegation from Afghanistan.
2010
Research Presentation and Training Law Enforcement and Community response
to Domestic Violence for Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership
Program international delegation – Morocco, April 2010
Hough, Richard M. Domestic Violence Training Forum, University of West
Florida, April, 2010, Interviewing the Child Victim or Witness
Hough, Richard M. Domestic Violence, 6th Annual Conflict Resolution
Conference, University of West Florida, April, 2010, Conflict Resolution at the
Moment of Crisis: Police Response and Intervention
Research Presentation and Training for international delegation – Russia, March
2010
Research Presentation and Training Law Enforcement and Community response
to Domestic Violence for Presented to the Department of State’s International
Visitor Leadership Program international delegation – West Bank, February 2010
Research Presentation and Training Law Enforcement and Community response
to Domestic Violence for Presented to the Department of State’s International
Visitor Leadership Program international delegation – Argentina, February 2010
Research Presentation and Training Law Enforcement and Community response
to Domestic Violence for Presented to the Department of State’s International
Visitor Leadership Program international delegation – Romania, October 2009
Hough, Richard M. Law Enforcement Response to Domestic Violence, 5th Annual
Conflict Resolution Conference, University of West Florida, February, 2009
Hough, Richard M. Law Enforcement Response to Domestic Violence, 4th Annual
Conflict Resolution Conference, University of West Florida, February, 2008
Verbal De-escalation and Conflict Resolution, FavorHouse of NW FL 2008
Guest Lecturer, twice, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard
University. Title: Interviewing in Social Work and Law Enforcement 1990-91
More than fifty invited presentations on various public safety topics to civic, law
enforcement, and not for profit organizations.
EXPERT WITNESS AND LITIGATION SUPPORT CONSULTANT- Rule 26
Retained for Expert Witness services, Polk County, FL Sheriff’s Office.
Marcelino Leon v. Polk County. Subject Matter Expert: Law enforcement
practices; use of force. (defendant) 2014
Retained for Expert Witness services, Polk County Sheriff’s Office, FL.
Winemiller v. Judd. Subject Matter Expert: Correctional practices. (defendant)
2014
Retained for Expert Witness services, Hernando County, FL Sheriff’s Office.
Bratt and Youmans v. Genovese et al. Subject Matter Expert: Law enforcement
practices; use of force. (defendant) 2014
Retained for Expert Witness services, Indian River County, FL Sheriff’s Office.
Brown v. Choi, et al. Subject Matter Expert: Law enforcement practices; use of
force. (defendant) 2014
Retained for Expert Witness services, Citrus County, FL Sheriff’s Office. Subject
Matter Expert: Law enforcement practices; use of force. (defendant) 2014
Retained for Expert Witness services, City of Orlando, FL. Subject Matter Expert:
Law enforcement practices; use of force, death. (defendant) 2014
Retained for Expert Witness services Estate of Nathan Gene Pierce v. Sheriff of
Grayson County TX. Subject Matter Expert: Corrections Practices, use of deadly
force. (plaintiff) 2014
Retained for Expert Witness services, Alachua County Sheriff’s Office, FL.
Subject Matter Expert: Law enforcement practices; use of deadly force.
(defendant) 2014 deposition/trial testimony
Retained for Polk County Sheriff’s Office, FL. Haely v. Polk County S.O. Subject
Matter Expert: Baker Act procedures. (defendant) 2014
Consulted for Expert Witness services, materials review, Walters v. Division of
Youth Services of the State of Missouri, et al.
Subject Matter Expert: Juvenile Justice Correctional practices. (plaintiff) 2014
Retained for Expert Witness services, Orange County Sheriff’s Office, FL.
Subject Matter Expert: Law enforcement practices; use of deadly force.
(defendant) 2013
Retained for Expert Witness services, Marion County Sheriff’s Office, FL.
Subject Matter Expert: Law enforcement practices; use of deadly force.
(defendant) 2013
Retained for Expert Witness services, Polk County Sheriff’s Office, FL. Subject
Matter Expert: Correctional practices. (defendant) 2013
Retained for Expert Witness services, Polk County Sheriff’s Office, FL. Subject
Matter Expert: Correctional practices. (defendant) 2012
Retained for Expert Witness services, Polk County Sheriff’s Office, FL. Subject
Matter Expert: Juvenile Justice Correctional practices. (defendant) 2012
deposition/trial testimony
Retained for Expert Witness services, Newman v. Strategic Restaurants (Burger
King). Subject Matter Expert: Security Practices and Crime Analysis. (defendant)
2011
Retained for Expert Witness services, Estate of Anthony Forgione vs. HCA, INC,
Ft. Walton Beach Medical Center. Police Practices. (plaintiff) 2010
Retained for Expert Witness services, Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, FL.
Subject Matter Expert: Police Practices, Use of Force. (defendant)
Retained for Expert Witness services, Seminole County Sheriff’s Office, FL.
Subject Matter Expert: Police Practices, Racial Profiling. Police Practices
(defendant)
Retained for Expert Witness services and Grand Jury testimony, Mobile, AL
District Attorney’s Office. Subject Matter Expert: Correctional Management and
Use of Force. Correctional Practices
Retained for Expert Witness services in Federal Court, Civil Rights Violation
case, on behalf of the Sarasota, FL Sheriff’s Office. Subject Matter Expert: Police
Practices, Use of Force. (defendant)
Retained for Expert Witness services Jessica Hebert v. Wyatt Williams, et al.
(Slidell LA City Marshal), Subject Matter Expert: Police Practices, USDC, EDLA
Case No.: 10-00014, Section 5-C (plaintiff)
PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
Hough, Richard, and Tatum, Kimberly M. “Murder Investigation and Media:
Mutual Goals,” November, 2014, Law Enforcement Executive Forum.
Hough, Richard, and Tatum, Kimberly M. “An examination of Florida policies on
force continuums.” Policing: An International Journal of Police Management and
Strategy. Published, Spring, 2012.
Hough, Richard, and Tatum, Kimberly M. “Examining the Utility of the Use of
Force Continuum: TASERs and Potential Liability,” July, 2009, Law
Enforcement Executive Forum.
Crow, Matt, Hough, Richard, Mosley, Jason, Smykla, John, and Tatum, Kimberly
M. “Drunk and Alone in a K-Mart Parking Lot,” Nov. 2008, Journal of Criminal
Justice Education.
Clement, Keith, Hough, Richard, Jones, Brian, Mathis, John, and Simmons, Chip.
“Partnering with a Purpose,” November, 2007 Police Chief magazine.
Hough, R. (2005, September). “Boosting student participation through distance
learning.” Best practices in electronically delivered programs and courses, v.3
(pp. 34).
Hough, R. (1991). “How Deep is Your Bench?: Managerial and
Supervisory Law Enforcement Development” Police Chief magazine.
Hough, R. (1991). “Organizational Grapevine: Friend or Foe?” Police Chief
magazine, 58(5), pp.49-50.
Editorial reviewer, Policing: An International Journal of Police Management and
Strategy.
Editorial reviewer, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy.
Editorial reviewer, Homicide Studies.
Former editorial reviewer, The Police Chief.
Textbooks and book chapters
Browne, D., Holloway, R., Hough, R., Martinez, M., McGovern, J. (Eds.). (2014).
Introduction to Criminal Justice. USA: Words of Wisdom, LLC. University
Press.
Hough, R. (2014). Introduction to criminal justice. In Browne, D., Holloway, R.,
Hough, R., Martinez, M., McGovern, J. (Eds.), Introduction to Criminal Justice
(pp. 1-19). USA: Words of Wisdom, LLC. University Press.
Hough, R. (2014). Juvenile justice. In Browne, D., Holloway, R., Hough, R.,
Martinez, M., McGovern, J. (Eds.), Introduction to Criminal Justice (pp. 164178). USA: Words of Wisdom, LLC. University Press.
Fitzgibbons, P., Hough, R., Kaminsky, I., Neumeyer, G., Newell, F., Newman, R.
(Eds.). (2014). Introduction to Corrections. USA: Words of Wisdom, LLC.
University Press.
Hough, R. (2014). Legal issues in corrections. In Fitzgibbons, P., Hough, R.,
Kaminsky, I., Neumeyer, G., Newell, F., Newman, R. (Eds.). Introduction to
Corrections (pp. 84-99) USA: Words of Wisdom, LLC. University Press.
Hough, R. (2014). Juvenile corrections. In Fitzgibbons, P., Hough, R., Kaminsky,
I., Neumeyer, G., Newell, F., Newman, R. (Eds.). Introduction to Corrections (pp.
144-159) USA: Words of Wisdom, LLC. University Press.
Published Conference Proceedings
Hough, R. & Tatum, K. (2013). “Take a Breath: a Pause to Prevent Escalation.”
Conference Proceedings of the Homicide Research Working Group Annual
Meeting.
Hough, R., & Tatum, K. (2012). “Confrontational Homicide.” Conference
Proceedings of the Homicide Research Working Group Annual Meeting.
OTHER PUBLICATIONS
Hough, Richard M. (2011) Homicide entry for African Americans and Criminal
Justice, an encyclopedia.
Former Quarterly column contributor to Corrections.com on Security Threat
Groups and Gangs.
Hough, Richard. (2007, December 24). Safety in Numbers. Corrections
Connection Online journal
Hough, Richard. (2006). Total Quality Management in the Alabama Department
of Youth Services, 2006. Technical Report
Hough, Richard. (2004, August 30). Security and Facility Management and
Personnel: A Critical Connection. Corrections Connection Online journal
Hough, Richard. (2003, August 18). Correctional Facility Design: Can You Get
There from Here? Corrections Connection. Online journal
Hough, Richard. (1996). Kung Fu and the Cop. Inside Kung Fu magazine.
Twenty-four text book and prospectus reviews.
Forthcoming:
Campus Crisis: Shelter-in-place vs. Evacuation. SWAT Digest - International
Tactical Officer Training Association journal. [Accepted for publication, 2014]
RESEARCH IN PROGRESS
Text books in progress:
Hough, R. & Tatum, K. American Homicide. Under contract with Sage
Publishing. (Expected publication date Summer, 2015).
Manuscripts under review:
Other in progress:
Tatum, K. & Hough, R. Investigative practices of Florida homicide units.
(manuscript in progress; Scheduled to present at the Academy of Criminal Justice
Sciences annual meeting in Spring, 2015).
Hough, R. Undergraduate research with students developing and implementing a
training module to juvenile justice caseload offenders using a High Impact
Practice.
Hough, R. Jail and juvenile detention time-limited individual confinement
considerations. (manuscript in progress)
Hough, R. Use of O.C. pepper spray in the juvenile detention setting. (manuscript
in progress)
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