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Ph.D. Criminology, Florida State University, June 1999. M.S. Criminology, Florida State University, August 1995. B.S. Criminology Florida State University, August 1991. A.A. St. Petersburg College, Clearwater, Fl, December 1989.
Deterrence and Crime The Measurement of Crime Correctional Policy Growth and Consolidation of Municipal Police Forces Race, Gender, Socio-Economic Status, and Crime Comparative Criminal Justice Quantitative Analysis
Sever, Brion and Michele Grillo (2016) “Do Our Books Reinforce Criminal Justice Stereotypes?
An Analysis of Images in Introductory Criminal Justice Textbooks.” Journal of Criminal Justice Education. 27: 53-75.
Sever, Brion, Venessa Garcia and Antonia Tsiandi (2008) “Municipal Police Department's
Attention to Crime Analysis: Essential or Impractical?" Police Practice and Research Volume 7, Number 4: 323-340.
Sever, Brion, Gregory Coram and Gwen Meltzer (2008) “Criminal Justice Graduate Programs
at the Beginning of the 21st Century: A Curriculum Analysis Criminal Justice Review 2: 221-249.
Sever, Brion and Ronald Reisner (2008) “Collecting Data from the Criminal Courts:
Perspectives of Court Staff Members- A Research Note,” Criminal Justice Policy Review 19: 103-116
Sever, Brion and Robert Youdin (2006) “Police Knowledge of Older Populations: The
Impact of Training, Experience and Education,” Professional Issues in Criminal Justice Volume 1 Number 2: 35-54.
Sever, Brion, Joanna Cannon and Albert Gorman (2005) “Study Abroad Programs in Criminal
Justice: Comparing Experiences,” International Journal of Comparative Criminology Volume 5, Number 1: 86-94.
Kleck, Gary, Brion Sever, Spencer Li and Marc Gertz (2005) “The Missing Link in General
Deterrence Research,” Criminology Volume 43, Number 3: 623-659.
Sever, Brion (2005) “Multiple-authorship in Criminal Justice Scholarship: An Examination of Underlying
Issues,” The Journal of Criminal Justice Education, Volume 16, Number 1: 83-104.
Sever, Brion and Michael Mcskimming (2004) “The Impact of Racial Composition and Other
Characteristics on the Size of Sheriff’s Departments: A New Analysis of Police Force
Growth,” Criminal Justice Policy Review, Volume 15, Number 4: 486-512.
Sever, Brion (2003) “The Minority Population / Police Strength Relationship: Exploring
Past Research,” Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law and Society Volume 16, number 2.
Sever, Brion (2001) “Research Methods for Criminal Justice Graduate Students: Comparing
Textbook Coverage and Classroom Instruction,” The Journal of Criminal Justice Education volume 12, number 2: 337-353.
Sever, Brion (2001) “The Relationship Between Minority Populations and Police Force
Strength: Expanding Our Knowledge”, Police Quarterly volume 4, number 1: 28-68.
Sever, Brion, Ronald Reisner, and Ryan King (2001) “Successfully Acquiring Data from
the Criminal Courts: Is it What you Know, Who You Know, or What You Don’t Tell Them?”
The Justice System Journal, volume 22 number 3: 315-331.
Sever Brion and Ronald Reisner (2001) “Racial Composition of Municipal Legislative
Governing Bodies and Spending on Public Assistance and Police,” The Justice Professional volume 14, number 1: 19-42.
Sever, Brion (2000) “CountySales Tax, Crime Rate and Prison Bed Use in Florida: Implications
for the Misuse of Prison Space,” Criminal Justice Policy Review volume 11, number 2: 91-112.
Mcskimming, Michael, Brion Sever and Ryan King (2000) “Research Methods in Criminal
Justice / Criminology: What are We Teaching and Why?” Journal of Criminal Justice Education, volume 11, number 1, pages 51-63.
Krebs, Chris, Brion Sever and Todd Clear (1999) “Disparate Sentencing: A Tragedy of
the Commons,” Corrections Management Quarterly, Spring Edition, volume 3, p. 60-74.