William Moreto

, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Criminal Justice

Biography

Credentials

  • Ph.D., Criminal Justice, Rutgers University
  • Research

    Selected Recent Publications

    Moreto, W.D., Lemieux, A.M., and Nobles, M.R. Forthcoming. “It’s In My Blood Now”: The Satisfaction of Rangers Working in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda. Oryx: The International Journal of Conservation. FirstView. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0030605316000387

    Moreto, W.D., Brunson, R.K., and Braga, A.A. Forthcoming. “Anything We Do, We Have to Include the Communities”: Law Enforcement Rangers’ Attitudes Towards and Experiences of Community-Ranger Relations in Wildlife Protected Areas in Uganda. British Journal of Criminology. DOI: doi: 10.1093/bjc/azw032

    Moreto, W.D. 2015. Introducing Intelligence-Led Conservation: Bridging Crime and Conservation Science. Crime Science, 4. DOI: 10.1186/s40163-015-0030-9

    Moreto, W.D., and Lemieux, A.M. 2015. Poaching in Uganda: Perspectives from Law Enforcement Rangers. Deviant Behavior. OnlineFirst. DOI: 10.1080/01639625.2014.977184 (Accepted 2014)

    Moreto, W.D. 2015. Occupational Stress among Law Enforcement Rangers: Insights from Uganda. Oryx: The International Journal of Conservation. FirstView. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0030605315000356

    Moreto, W.D., Brunson, R.K., and Braga, A.A. 2015. “Such Misconducts Don’t Make a Good Ranger”: Examining Law Enforcement Ranger Wrongdoing in Uganda. The British Journal of Criminology, 55(2): 359-380. DOI: 10.1093/bjc/azu079 (Published Advanced Access first in 2014)

    Moreto, W.D. and Lemieux, A.M. 2014. From CRAVED to CAPTURED: Introducing a Product-Based Framework to Examine Illegal Wildlife Markets. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research. (Online First). DOI: 10.1007/s10610-014-9268-0

    Moreto, W.D., Piza, E.L., and Caplan, J.M. 2014. ‘A Plague on both Your Houses?’: Risks, Repeats and Reconsiderations of Urban Residential Burglary. Justice Quarterly, 31(6): 1102-1126. DOI: 10.1080/07418825.2012.754921 (Published online first in 2013)

    Pires, S.F., and Moreto, W.D. 2011. Preventing Wildlife Crimes: Solutions That Can Overcome the ‘Tragedy of the Commons’. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 17(2): 101-123. DOI: 10.1007/s10610-011-9141-3

    Research Interests

    • environmental criminology
    • policing
    • crime analysis
    • crime prevention
    • geographic information systems
    • crime science
    • wildlife crime
    • qualitative methods
    Courses
    • CCJ 6077 (Summer Semester): Advanced Crime Mapping and Analysis in Criminal Justice
    • CCJ 6079 (Spring Semester): Crime Mapping and Analysis in Criminal Justice
    • CCJ 6073 (Fall Semester): Data Management Systems for Crime Analysis
    • CCJ 6074 (Spring Semester): Investigative and Intelligence Analysis: Theory and Methods

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