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Criminal Justice Faculty - Beth Gilmore

Beth Gilmore

Assistant Professor & Internship/Field Experience Coordinator and Career Advisor

Office: C-330L
713.221.2757
gilmoree@uhd.edu

Curriculum Vitae

Interests:

Criminal Investigations                                              Sex Crimes

Corrections                                                                 Methods and Statistics

Victimology                                                                Introduction to Criminal Justice

Homicide/Violent Crime                                            

Prairie View A&M      Ph.D., Juvenile Justice

UHD                          M.S., Criminal Justice

UHD                          B.S., Criminal Justice


Sex Crimes (3000)
Child Abuse and Neglect (3000)
Research Methods (3000)
Criminal Justice Statistics (3000)
Victimology (3000)
Juvenile Justice (3000)
Death Investigation (4000)
Senior Seminar (4000)

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Buckler, K., & Gilmore, E. L. (accepted 1/28/2018). The Queen and King of the swing: A comparative analysis of the swing votes of Justices O'Connor and Kennedy in criminal procedure cases (1994 to 2015). Criminal Law Bulletin.

Buckler, K., & Gilmore, E. L. (2017).  Originalism, Pragmatic Conservatism, and the Living Document judicial philosophies: Explaining variation in U.S. Supreme Court votes in criminal procedure cases for the 1994-2015 terms of court.  American Journal of Criminal Justice

Buckler, K., Gilmore, E. L., Cavanaugh, M. & Fowler, S. (2016). Ideological divisiveness in criminal procedure cases: Measuring variability in United States Supreme Court outcomes.  Criminal Justice Review, 41, 409-426.

Buckler, K., & Gilmore, E. L. (2016).  Sounding off on U.S. Supreme Court criminal procedure cases: An analysis of published editorials in national print media. Criminal Law Bulletin, 52, 1644-1669. 

Ongoing Research Projects:

Gilmore, E. L. (dissertation): Analysis of sentencing differences among male and female sex offenders in Harris and Dallas counties (TX).  In draft stage of manuscript.

Gilmore, E. L., & Buckler, K.: Doing death work: An examination of imprinted events and resulting world views and adaptive responses of medical examiner office staff.

Gilmore, E. L., Buckler, K., & Holt, J.: Qualitative interviews with police officers on recent high profile police use of force cases.

Book Chapters/Encyclopedia Entries:

Gilmore, E. L. & Buckler, K. (Submitted 12/2017).  Jailhouse lawyers. Lockdown nation: An encyclopedia of controversies and trends in American prisons. 

Buckler, K., & Gilmore, E. L. (Submitted 12/2017). Prison riots. Lockdown nation: An encyclopedia of controversies and trends in American prisons.

Buckler, K., & Gilmore, E. L. (Submitted 9/2016). Judicial involvement in prison administration. Lockdown nation: An encyclopedia of controversies and trends in American prisons.

Buckler, K., & Gilmore, E. L. (Submitted 7/2016).  Evolving standards of decency.  Lockdown nation: An encyclopedia of controversies and trends in American prisons. 

Gilmore, E. L., & Buckler, K. (2017).  Jailhouse lawyers.  The Encyclopedia of Corrections.  Wiley.

Conference Papers Presented:

Gilmore, E., Buckler, K., & Holt, J. (2017, November). Blue views: A race–based analysis of police officer responses to recent high profile cases. American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

Buckler, K., Andrews, B., & Gilmore, E. (2017, November). Texas. Tough or progressive? An examination of reform bills in the Texas legislature. American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. 

Buckler, K. & Gilmore, E. (2017, March). Ideological divisiveness in SCOTUS criminal procedure cases: An analysis of the eras of the court. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Kansas City, MO.

Gilmore, E., & Buckler, K. (2017, March). Blue views: A gendered analysis of police officer responses to recent high profile abuse of force allegations. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Kansas City, MO.

Buckler, K., & Gilmore, E. (2016, November). The King and Queen of the swing: An analysis of Justices Anthony Kennedy and Sandra Day O'Connor swing vote criminal procedure cases. American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Gilmore, E., & Buckler, K. (2017, November). Blue views: Qualitative interviews with police officers on recent high profile cases and their views of the state of police–community relations. American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Gilmore, E., & Buckler, K. (2016, March). Political discourse on Ferguson, MO: An analysis of political cartoons. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Gilmore, E., & Buckler, K. (2016, March). Interviews with medical examiners: The role of gender in professional adaptation. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Denver, CO.

Buckler, K., & Gilmore, E. (2015, November). Ideology on the U.S. Supreme Court: An examination of voting patterns of the justices (1994 to 2014). American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Washington, D. C. 

Gilmore, E., & Buckler, K. (2015, November). Doing "death work": An examination of medical examiner professionals' perception and adaptive/reactive responses. American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Washington, D. C. 

Buckler, K., & Gilmore, E. (2015, March). Sounding off on SCOTUS cases: An examination of variation in intensity of editorializing in the New York Times, Washington Post and USA Today. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL. 

Gilmore, E., & Buckler, K. (2015, March). The role of gender in sex offender sentencing: An analysis of data from Harris, County, Texas. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

AWARDS:

2017, Fall CARES Award: College funds awarded to enable UG student I worked with to travel to ASC conference and present (2017).

2017, Fall Curricular Innovation: Awarded college level funds to incorporate fingerprinting in Criminal Investigations course. Funding for supplies.

2017, Spring Curricular Innovation: Awarded college level funds to incorporate fingerprinting and blood analysis in Criminal Investigations course. Funding for supplies.

2014 University of Houston-Downtown: Graduate Student of the Year Award.  Selected as the best graduate student among criminal justice graduate students.

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