Roberto Potter

, Ph.D.


Criminal Justice



  • Ph.D.
  • Research

    Research Interests

    • justice system decision making
    • substances/mental health/harm reduction
    • justice system evaluation
    • discipline impacts on justice systems research and education
    • correctional health
    • social realities and justice systems
    Human Trafficking: A Systemwide Public Safety and Community Approach

    By Jeffrey W. Goltz (Ph.D. ’06); Roberto H. Potter, professor of criminal justice; Joseph A. Cocchiarella; and Michael T. Gibson (M.S. ’17)

    Published in: August 2017
    Criminal Justice Organizations: Structure, Relationships, Control, and Planning

    By Roberto H. Potter, professor of criminal justice, and Gail Sears Humiston, associate lecturer of criminal justice

    Published in: July 2017
    Epidemiological Criminology: A Public Health Approach to Crime and Violence

    By Timothy A. Akers, Roberto Hugh Potter, professor and director of research in criminal justice, and Carl V. Hill

    Published in: December 2012

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