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GILBERT GEIS

B.A. Colgate University, Hamilton, New York (1947)

University of Stockholm, Sweden (1948)

M.S. Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah (1949)

Ph.D.University of Wisconsin, Madison (1953)

ACADEMIC POSITIONS


1971   Department of Criminology, Law and Society, School of Social Ecology, University of California, Irvine. (Visiting Professor, 1971 72; Professor, 1972 1987; Acting Director, 1974-75; Professor Emeritus, 1987  ).

Fall 1996 Department of Law, Police Science, and Administration of Justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York (Distinguished Visiting Professor).

Spring 1981 College of Human Development, Pennsylvania State University. (Distinguished Visiting Professor).

Winter 1979 Faculty of Law, University of Sydney. (Visiting Professor).

1976   1977 Institute of Criminology, Cambridge University. (Visiting Fellow) (also Visiting Fellow, Wolfson College).

1957   1972 Department of Sociology, California State University, Los Angeles. (Assistant Professor, 1957 60; Associate Professor, 1960 63; Professor, 1963 72).

1969   1970 School of Criminal Justice, State University of New York, Albany.

(Visiting Professor).

1952   1957 Department of Sociology, University of Oklahoma, Norman.

(Instructor, 1952 55; Assistant Professor, 1955 57).


FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS
2008 Lifetime Achievement Award for Outstanding Professional Contributions

in the field of White-Collar Crime, National White-Collar

Crime Center/White-Collar Crime Research Consortium (hereafter “Geis Award”)

1992 Donald R. Cressey Award for Excellence in Fraud Detection and Deterrence, National Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

1989 Richard A. McGee Award for Distinguished Contribution to Research on Criminal Justice, American Justice Institute.

Spring 1987 Fulbright Award, Lisbon, Portugal; Consultant, Ministry of Justice.

1985 Edwin H. Sutherland Award for Outstanding Contributions to Theory or Research in Criminology, American Society of Criminology.

1980 Distinguished Faculty Lectureship Award, University of California, Irvine.

1980 Paul Tappan Award for Outstanding Contributions to Criminology, Western Society of Criminology.


1980 Stephen Schafer Award for Outstanding Achievement in Victim/Witness Research, National Organization for Victim Assistance.

Winter 1979 Senior Scholar Grant for Australia, Council for International Exchange of Scholars.

1971 Outstanding Professor Award, California State Universities and Colleges.

1967-1968 Distinguished Professor Award, California State University, Los Angeles.

1964-1965 Liberal Arts Fellowship in Law and Sociology, Harvard Law School, Cambridge.

Summer 1960 Summer Research Training Institute in the Administration of Criminal Justice, University of Wisconsin (Social Science Research Council).

Summer 1958Summer Research Training Institute in the Judicial Process, University of Wisconsin (Social Science Research Council).

1951   1952 Area Training Fellowship, Social Science Research Council, and Fulbright Fellowship, Oslo, Norway.

1949   1951 Carnegie Fellowship, University of Wisconsin.

GRANTS


1982   1983 Co Principal Investigator, Practitioner Fraud and Abuse in Government Medical Benefit Programs, National Institute of Justice, U. S. Department of Justice (82 IJCX 0035).

1980   1981 Principal Investigator, Employers' Attitudes and Actions in Regard to Occupational Health in California, Division of Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Department of Industrial Relations, State of California.

1979   1980 Principal Investigator, Deterring Automobile Repair Fraud: A Field Investigation, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, U. S. Department of Justice (79 NI AX 0050).

1976   1978 Principal Investigator, Forcible Rape in England and Sweden, National Institute of Mental Health (MH 28868).

1975   1977 Co Principal Investigator, Bystander Intervention in Crime, National Institute of Mental Health (MH 26667).

1973   1975 Co Research Director, Parole Volunteer Project, California Council on Criminal Justice (#1746-2)

1971 - 1974 Co Principal Investigator, Public Compensation for Victims of Crime, Ford Foundation.

1969   1970 Principal Investigator, The Use of Ex Narcotic Addicts as Streetworkers, National Institute of Mental Health (MH 16323).

1969   1971 Research Director, Evaluation of Aftercare Program of Narcotic Addict Rehabilitation Act (NARA), Federal Bureau of Prisons (JIC-22030).

1969   1970 Co Project Director, Explorations in Deterrence and Criminal Justice: Phase I, New York Office of Crime Control Planning (OCCP #186).



1968 - 1971 Contact, Center for the Study of Crime and Delinquency, National Institute of Mental Health, for preparation of a manuscript on

victimless crimes (NIH 69-283).

1967   1969 Research Director, Boyle Heights Narcotics Research and Demonstration Project, Office of Economic Opportunity.

1966   1969 Project Director, Study of Compensation to California Victims of Violent Crime, Walter E. Meyer Research Institute of Law.

1962   1965 Project Director, A Halfway House for Narcotic Offenders, National Institute of Mental Health (MH 808).

OTHER AFFILIATIONS


Editorial Board, Open Law Journal, 2007-

International Board of Advisors, Criminal Studies Center (Portugal), 2006-

Advisory Board, Crime and Delinquency, 2000-

Member, Advisory Committee, National White Collar Crime Center, 1997-2002

Editorial Board, American Journal of Criminal Justice, 1993-2002

Editorial Advisor in Criminal Justice, Northeastern University Press, 1992-2003

Overseas Correspondent, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, Sydney, 1991-96

Member, Editorial Advisory Board (Sociology), University Press of America, 1989-91

President, Institute for Financial Crime Prevention, 1988-90.

Member, Board of Regents, National Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, 1988- 1990; President, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, 1992-2002

Member, Advisory Board, Edward Sagarin Institute for the Study of Deviance and Social Issues, 1988-

Member, International Editorial Board, International Review of Victimology, 1987 2000

Editorial Advisory Board (sociology), Peter Lang Publishing Co., 1986 89.

Associate Editor, Criminal Justice Policy Review, 1984 90.

Associate Editor, Justice Quarterly, 1984 85.

Editorial Board, Criminal Justice and Behavior, 1983 88.

Advisory Board, Crime and Social Justice (later Social Justice), 1982-90.

Criminology Editorial Consultant, Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 1980 1993.

Co Editor, Series on Contemporary Criminology, State University of New York Press, 1980 88.

Executive Committee, World Society of Victimology, 1980 88.

Member, Advisory Committee, National Organization of Victim Assistance, 1979 82.

Member, Advisory Panel, National Crime Survey Redesign Program, 1979 83.

Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Criminal Justice Contemporary Issues, 1979 84.

Consultant Editor, The Company Lawyer, 1979 87.

Associate Editor, Criminology Review Yearbook, 1979 82.

Member, Editorial Board, Law and Human Behavior,1977 82.

Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Sage Annual Reviews of Alcohol and Drug Abuse, 1977 80.

Member, Board of Consulting Editors, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 1976-81.

Member, Criminal Justice Advisory Board, Rand, Santa Monica, CA, 1976 77.

Associate Editor, Victimology: An International Journal, 1976 79.



Assistant Editor, Criminology, 1974 79.

Member, Editorial Board, Addictive Diseases, 1974 78.

Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Criminal Justice, 1972 

Member, Narcotics Addiction and Drug Abuse Review Committee, National Institute of Mental Health, 1970 1974. (Chairman: 1973 74).

Faculty, National College of the State Judiciary, Reno, NV, 1972 74.

Consultant, National Commission on Causes and Prevention of Violence, 1968 70.

Consultant, Joint Commission on Correctional Manpower and Training, 1967 69.

Associate Editor, Pacific Sociological Review, 1967 70.

Consultant, President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice, 1/2 time, February September, 1966.

Consultant, Job Corps, Office of Economic Opportunity, 1964 66.

Advisor, President's Committee on Narcotic and Drug Abuse, 1963 64.

Training Faculty, National Council of Juvenile Court Judges, 1963 65.

Research Director (part time), Oklahoma Crime Study Commission, 1954 56.

Reporter, New Brunswick, NJ, Daily Home News, 1947 48.

Reporter, Hartford, CT, Times, Summer, 1946.

Radioman 2/C, V-12, ROTC, U. S. Navy, 1942 45.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Bar Association: Chair, Subcommittee on White Collar Crime, Committee on Criminal Justice, 1984 85.

American Society of Criminology: President, 1975 76; Member, Executive Committee, 1971 72.

American Sociological Association: Section on Criminology: Chair, 1970 71; Secretary Treasurer, 1966 69; Member, Executive Council, 1973 76, 1983 86.

Association for Criminal Justice Research (California): Member, Executive Council, 1973 76; 1978 81; 1985 88; 1988-91.

British Institute of Securities Laws: Honorary Member, 1977 90.

National Council on Crime and Delinquency: Member, Professional Council, 1973 76.

Society for the Study of Social Problems: Member, Executive Committee, 1970 75; Chair, Committee on Crime and Juvenile Delinquency, 1964 67; Member, Committee on Standards and Freedom of Research Publications, 1958 59.

PUBLICATIONS

1947


"A Disillusioned Look at International Education," Education, 68 (September 1947), 20 23.

"Outgrowing Alcoholic Culture: Sweden's Solution," International Student, 45 (October 1947), 22 23.





1948

"Socialism and Smorgasbord," PEN, 23 (February 1948), 10 14.

1949

A Study of Racial Attitudes and Problems in the Educational Program, Provo, Utah. Master's thesis. Brigham Young University, 1949. 168 pages.

1950


"Do Utah Schools Face the Race Problem?" Utah Educational Review, 43 (January 1950), 20 22.

"The NAM in the Schools," The Progressive, 14 (March 1950), 10 12. Reprinted: The Guild Reporter, 13 (May 12, 1950), 11-12; Congress of Industrial Organizations, Department of Education and Research, 1950.

1951

"Rental Housing and the Family Cycle," (with Svend Riemer), Journal of the American Institute of Planners, 17 (Spring 1951), 77 79.



"International Education Re examined," Education, 71 (June 1951), 634 637.

1952


"Geography in Norwegian Schools," Education, 72 (February 1952), 434 439. Reprinted: Den Høgre Skolen (Oslo), 51 (May 1, 1952), 246 248.

"Knut Hamsun, 1859 1952," The Norseman (London) 10 (May June 1952), 160 166.

"Hollywood Brutality Abroad," Film Sense, 3 (July August 1952), 5 7.

"Some Factors Related to Norwegian Stereotypes of Americans," Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Sciences, 33 (1952), 272 274.

1953

"Oklahoma's County Attorneys," (with Herbert Costner), Oklahoma Bar Association Journal, 24 (April 25, 1953), 687 694.



American Motion Pictures in Norway: A Study in International Mass Communications. Doctoral dissertation. University of Wisconsin, 1953. 419 pages.



"The Death Penalty in Oklahoma," Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science, 34 (1953), 191 193.

1954


"Film Censorship in Norway," Quarterly of Film, Radio, and Television, 8 (Spring 1954), 290 301.

"Progress at Oklahoma State Penitentiary," The Prison Journal, 34 (April 1954), 28 30.

"Municipal Motion Picture Theater Ownership in Norway," Quarterly of Film, Radio, and Television, 9 (Fall 1954), 79 91.

1955


"A Cross Cultural Study of University Students," (with William Simenson), Journal of Higher Education, 26 (January 1955), 21 25.

"Jeremy Bentham," Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology, and Police Science, 46 (July August 1955), 159 171. Reprinted: Pioneers in Criminology. Edited by Hermann Mannheim. London: Stevens, 1960, 51 67; 2nd ed., Montclair, NJ: Patterson Smith, 1972, 51 68.



Municipal Law Enforcement in Oklahoma. Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Crime Study Commission, 1955. 46 pages.

1956


"Matching Probation Officer with Delinquent," (with Fred W. Woodson), NPPA Journal, 2 (January 1956), 58 62. Reprinted: Sourcebook on Probation, Parole, and Pardons. Edited by Charles L. Newman. 3d ed., Springfield, IL: Charles Thomas, 1968, 384 390.

"Courtship Patterns of Norwegian and American University Students," (with William Simenson), Marriage and Family Living, 18 (November 1956), 334 338.

1957

"Cameras in the Courtroom," (with Robert E. L. Talley), Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology, and Police Science, 47 (January February 1957), 546 560.



"Forum Anonymous: The Techniques of Alcoholics Anonymous Applied to Prison Therapy," (with Joseph A. Cook), Journal of Social Therapy, 3 (1st Quarter 1957), 9 13.

"Basic Issue in Canon 35 is the Right of Defendant to Impartial Trial," The Quill, 45 (May 1957), 9 11.





"Canon 35 in the Light of Recent Events," American Bar Association Journal, 43 (May 1957), 419 422, 475.

"Thorstein Veblen: Conspicuous Dissenter," New York Times Magazine, August 11, 1957, 66 67.

"Thorstein Veblen on Legal Education," Journal of Legal Education, 19 (1957), 62 67.

"Racial Self Fulfillment and the Rise of an All Negro Community in Oklahoma," (with William E. Bittle), Phylon, 18 (October 1957), 247 260. Reprinted: The Making of Black America. Edited by August Meier and Elliott Rudwick. New York: Atheneum, 1969, Vol. II, 106 118; Blacks in White America Since 1865. Edited by Robert C. Twombly. New York. McKay, 1971, 156 170.

"Veblen on Jewish Intellectualism," Chicago Jewish Forum, 16 (Winter 1957 58), 107 110.

1958


"Publicity and Juvenile Court Proceedings," Rocky Mountain Law Review, 30 (February 1958), 101 126. Reprinted: Law Review Digest, 8 (November December 1958), 41 55; Children's Bureau, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Washington, 1958, 26 pages; NPPA Journal, 4 (October 1958), 333 355.

"Order of Final Argument in Minnesota Criminal Trials," (with Marilyn Kunkel), Minnesota Law Review, 42 (March 1958), 549 558.

1959

"Lyles v. State: Cameras in Court Camera," Oklahoma Law Review, 12 (May 1959), 218 232.


"Sociology, Criminology, and Criminal Law," Social Problems, 7 (Summer 1959), 40 47.

"In Scopolamine Veritas: The Early History of Drug Induced Statements," Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology, and Police Science, 50 (November December 1959), 347 357.

1960

"La Narco Analyse et la Jurisprudence Des Tribunaux Americains," Revue de Science Criminelle et de Droit Penale Compare, 15 (January March 1960), 139 140.



"Sociology and Crime," in The Sociology of Crime. Edited by Joseph C. Roucek. New York: Philosophical Library, 1960, 7 33. Reprinted: New York: Greenwood Publishers, 1969.



A Study of the Sociology Graduates of Los Angeles State College, 1951 1960, (with Herman J. Loether), Los Angeles State College, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, 1960. 42 pages.
1961

"The Status of Interrogation Drugs in the United States," Journal of Forensic Medicine, (Johannesburg), 8 (January March 1961), 29 33.

"Preliminary Hearings and the Press," U.C.L.A. Law Review, 8 (March 1961), 397 414. Reprinted: Publishing, Entertainment, Advertising Law Quarterly, 3 (September 1963), 253 275.

"Juvenile Justice: Great Britain and California," Crime and Delinquency, 7 (April 1961), 111 120.

"Drug Induced Statements," (with Ernest R. Kamm), Cleveland Marshall Law Review, 10 (May 1961), 313 319.

1962


"Trends in the Dismissal of Tenure Teachers," (with Robley Huston), in The Yearbook of School Law. Edited by Lee O. Garber. Danville, IL: Interstate Publishers, 1962, 199 209.

Man, Crime, and Society: The Forms of Criminal Behavior, (with Herbert A. Bloch), New York: Random House, 1962. 642 pages.

"Toward a Delineation of White Collar Offenses," Sociological Inquiry, 32 (Spring 1962), 160 171. Reprinted: Walter C. Reckless, The Crime Problem. 4th ed. New York: Appleton Century Crofts, 1967, 360 362; Crime in America: Perspectives on Criminal and Delinquent Behavior. Edited by Bruce J. Cohen. Itasca, IL: F. E. Peacock, 1970, 243 251; 2nd ed., 1977, 397 406.

"The Social Sciences and the Law," Washburn Law Journal, 1 (Spring 1962), 569 586.

"Publication of the Names of Juvenile Felons," Montana Law Review, 23 (Spring 1962), 141 157.

"Alfred Charles Sam and an African Return: A Case Study in Negro Despair," (with William E. Bittle), Phylon, 23 (Summer 1962), 178 194. Reprinted: Bobbs Merrill Reprint Series on Black Studies (BC 24), 1970; The Black Man in America Since Reconstruction. Edited by David M. Reimers. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1970, 131-152; Black Brotherhood: Afro-Americans and Africa. Edited by Okon Edet Uya. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath, 1971, 113-127..

"Death and Social Values," (with Robert L. Fulton), Indian Journal of Social_Research, 3 (July 1962), 7 14. Reprinted: Death and Identity. Edited by Robert Fulton. New York: John Wiley, 1965, 67 75; Sociology of Death. Edited by Jack Kamerman. East Rutherford, NJ: University Publishing Solutions, 2003, 1-5.



"Jews and Narcotic Addiction," Congress Bi Weekly, 29 (November 12, 1962), 7 8.

"Corrections in California," The Prison Journal, 42 (Autumn 1962), 43 48.

1963


"The Self Image of the Prostitute," (with Norman R. Jackman and Richard O'Toole), Sociological Quarterly, 4 (Spring 1963), 150 161. Reprinted: Sexual Deviance. Edited by John H. Gagnon and William Simon. New York: Harper and Row, 1967, 133 146; Deviance: The Interactionist Perspective. Edited by Earl Rubington and Martin S. Weinberg. New York: Macmillan, 1968, 348 355; Sociological Perspectives: Readings in Deviant Behavior and Social Problems. Edited by Mhyra S. Minnis and Walter J. Cartwright. Dubuque, IA: Wm. C. Brown, 1968, 188 197; Deviance: Studies in the Process of Stigmatization and Societal Reaction. Edited by Simon Dinitz, Russell R. Dynes, and Alfred C. Clarke. New York: Oxford University Press, 1969, 393 400; Sexual Behavior: Prostitution, Homosexuality, Swinging. Edited by Ronald M. Holmes. Berkeley, CA: McCutchan, 1971, 24 33; Society and the Environment: Contemporary Readings. Edited by Cecil E. Johnson and Malcolm M. MacDonald. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1971, 232 243; The Social Dimensions of Work. Edited by Clifton D. Bryant. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1972, 314 324; as "Den Prostituerades Bild av Sig Sjalv," in Stamplingsprocessen. Edited by Ann Lunden and Elisabet Nasman. Stockholm: Bokforlaget Prisma, 1973, 171 183.
"Contributing to Delinquency," St. Louis Law Journal, 8 (Fall 1963), 58 81.

1964


"Changing Criminals: Volleyball Versus the Orgasm," in Experiments in Culture Expansion. Edited by Carol Spencer. Sacramento: Institute for the Study of Crime and Delinquency, 1964, 117 123.

"Sociology and Sociological Jurisprudence: Admixture of Lore and Law," Kentucky Law Journal, 52 (Winter 1964), 267 293.

"Correctional Work: 'Think Ye that Ye May be Wrong,'" Criminologica, 2 (May 1964), 3 5. Reprinted: Readings in Delinquency and Treatment. Edited by Robert Schasre and Jo Wallach. Vol. 7. Los Angeles: Youth Studies Center, University of Southern California, 1965, 99 104.

The Longest Way Home: Chief Alfred C. Sam's Back-to Africa Movement, (with William E. Bittle). Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1964. 229 pages.

"The Social Atmosphere of Policing," Police, 9 (September October 1964), 75 79.





"The Community Centered Correctional Residence," in Corrections in the Community: Alternatives to Incarceration. Monograph No. 4. Sacramento: California Board of Corrections, 1964, 19 28. Reprinted: Readings in Delinquency and Treatment, 1964, op. cit. 72 83.

"Narcotic Treatment Programs in California," in Perspectives on Narcotic Addiction. Edited by John F. Mulcahy, Jr. Boston: Massachusetts Health Research Institute, 1964, 58 75.



The Role of the Institutional Teacher, (with Houshang Poorkaj and Ronald Honnard). Training Report No. 1. Los Angeles: Youth Studies Center, University of Southern California, 1964. 134 pages.

"Training for Teachers of Institutionalized Delinquents," (with Houshang Poorkaj and Ronald Honnard), The Welfare Reporter, 15 (October 1964), 139 142.

"A Dream that Faded," (with William E. Bittle), New York Times Magazine, December 6, l964, 47 50.

"In Re: Juvenile Court Publicity," in Current Readings in the Juvenile Court. Edited by Charles W. Tenney, Jr. Chicago: National Council of Juvenile Court Judges, 1964, 28 32. Reprinted: Juvenile Court Judges Journal, 16 (Spring 1965), 12 15; Cases and Materials Relating to Juvenile Courts. Edited by Orman W. Ketcham and Monrad G. Paulsen. Brooklyn: Foundation Press, 1967, 407 412.

1965

"Statistics Concerning Race and Crime," Crime and Delinquency, 11 (April 1965), 142 150. Reprinted: Crime, Criminology and Contemporary Society. Edited by Richard D. Knudten. Homewood, IL: Dorsey, 1970, 27 32; Juvenile Delinquency: A Reader. Edited by James E. Teele. Itasca, IL: F. E. Peacock, 1970, 243 251; Race, Crime, and Justice. Edited by Charles E. Reasons and Jack L. Kuykendall. Pacific Palisades, CA: Goodyear, 1972, 61 69.



"Liberal Education and Social Welfare: Educational Choices and Their Consequences," Journal of Education for Social Work, l (Spring 1965), 26 32.

Juvenile Gangs. Washington: President's Committee on Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Crime, 1965. 60 pages. Reprinted, microfiche: Glen Rock, NJ: Microfilming Corp. of America, 1967; Reprinted in part: New Light on Juvenile Delinquency. Edited by Ronald Steel. New York: H. W. Wilson, 1967, 66 74; Critical Issues in the Study of Crime: A Book of Readings. Edited by Simon Dinitz and Walter C. Reckless. Boston: Little, Brown, 1968, 149 157; Juvenile Delinquency: A Reader. Edited by Richard D. Knudten and Stephen Schafer. New York: Random House, 1970, 158 168.




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