Tod W. Burke

PUBLICATIONS

Burke, T. (2014). Shotspotter Technology.  In Bruce Arrigo, (Ed.), Encyclopedia of criminal justice ethics.  Sage: Thousand Oaks, CA., pp. 861-862.

Burke, T., Owen.S. & Joplin, J. (May, 2014).  Ten suggestions for tenure and promotion. ACJS Today, 39(1), pp. 1, 5-11.

Burke, T. & Owen, S. (February, 2014).  Conversation:  Integrating popular culture into the classroom.  2014 Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy. Virginia Tech Publishing, pp. 203-204.

Mason, C. Burke, T. Owen. S. (February, 2014).  Responding to persons with mental illness: Can screening checklists aid law enforcement?”  FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin. Available: http://leb.fbi.gov/2014/february/responding-to-persons-with-mental-illness-can-screening-checklists-aid-law-enforcement.

Mason, C., Burke, T. & Owen, S. (November/December 2013). On the road again: The dangers of transporting ailing inmates.  Corrections Today, 38(6), pp. 76-82.

Owen, S. & Burke, T. (July/August, 2013).  Continuity of operations planning: Practical considerations for law enforcement.  Police and Security News, (29)4, pp. 36-41.

Owen, S. & Burke, T. (March/April, 2013).  Teaching Tip:  Reflecting on the meaning of justice: Using Sleepers in the Introductory criminal justice course.  The Criminologist, 38(2), pp. 41-22.

Burke, T. & Owen, S.  (February, 2013).  What we can learn from high school students about teaching: Transferrable lessons for college faculty. 2013 Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy. Virginia Tech Publishing, p. 87.

Rasiak, K., Burke, T. & Owen, S.  (July/August, 2012).  Handheld biometric technology offers great potential for law enforcement applications.  Police and Security News, 28(4), pp. 48-55.

Macher, R. , Burke, T. & Owen, S. (May, 2012).  Synthetic marijuana.  FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, 81(5), pp. 17-22.

Owen, S. & Burke, T. (February, 2012). Student engagement through book clubs: Lessons learned.  2012 Fourth Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy. Virginia Tech Publishing, pp. 181-182.

Owen, S., Fradella, H., Burke, T. & Joplin, J. (Fall, 2011). Foundations of Criminal Justice.  Oxford University Press.

Burke, T. & Owen, S. (November/December, 2011). Teaching Tip: Utilizing problem-based learning in criminal justice courses. The Criminologist, 26(6), pp. 30-33.

Stanley, P. H., Small, R. Owen, S. & Burke, T.  (2011).  Human perspectives on addressing school violence.  In Scholl, et.al (ed.) Human Perspectives on Contemporary Counseling Issues, NY: Rutledge, pp. 167-189.

Macher, R., Burke, T. & Owen, S.  (May/June, 2011).  Required testimony by crime lab personnel: The impact of Melendez-Diaz.  Police and Security News, 27(3), pp. 80-84.

Owen, S. & Burke, T. (April, 2011).  Citizen monitors, CCTV, and the internet: A combination to consider.  The Police Chief, 78, pp. 18-26.

Burke, T. (March/April, 2011).  Teaching Tip: eyewitness identification and the interview process. The Criminologist, 36(2), p. 21.

Owen, S. & Burke, T. (February, 2011).  Student engagement through problem-based learning.  2011 Third Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy. Virginia Tech Publishing, pp. 121-122.

Guest, A. & Burke, T. (September, 2010). Using role playing as a teaching strategy: An interdisciplinary approach to learning.  2010 Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy. Virginia Tech Publishing, pp. 34-35.

Burke, T. & Owen, S. (July, 2010). Cell phones as prison contraband. The Law Enforcement Bulletin, 79 (7), pp. 10-15.

Joyce, J. Burke, T. & Owen, S. (September, 2009).  Can you see me now? The legal implications of "sexting."  Campbell Law Observer, 30(3), pp. 1, 4-6.

Burke, T. (2009). Routine Activity Theory. In Janet K. Wilson (Ed.), The Praeger Handbook of Victimology, (pp. 232-233). Santa Barbara, California: Praeger.

Burke, T. (2009). Defounding. In Janet K. Wilson (Ed.), The Praeger Handbook of Victimology, (pp. 76-77). Santa Barbara, California: Praeger.

Burke, T. (2009). Unfounding. In Janet K. Wilson (Ed.), The Praeger Handbook of Victimology, (pp. 281-282). Santa Barbara, California: Praeger.

Burke, T. (2009). Stockholm Syndrome. In Janet K. Wilson (Ed.), The Praeger Handbook of Victimology, (p. 266). Santa Barbara, California: Praeger.

Burke, T. (2009). Robbery.  In Janet K. Wilson (Ed.), The Praeger  Handbook of Victimology,  (pp. 230-232). Santa Barbara, California: Praeger.

Fradella, H., Owen, S. & Burke, T. (July, 2009).  Integrating gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender issues into the undergraduate criminal justice curriculum.  Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 20(2), pp. 127-156.

Burke, T. (May/June, 2009).  Teaching Tip: Interdisciplinary learning.  The Criminologist, 34(3),  p. 14.

Lerch, C., Burke, T., & Owen, S. (September/October, 2008).  Familial DNA: It’s all in the family.  Police and Security News, 24(5), pp. 56-60.

Poljac, B. & Burke, T. (August, 2008).  Erasing the past: Tattoo-removal programs for former gang members.  The FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin 77(8),  pp. 13-18.

Burke, T. (May/June, 2008). Teaching Tip: Two-Minute Warning . The Criminologist, 33(3), p. 11.

Owens, S.  Burke, T. & Vichesky, D. (March, 2008). Hazing in student organizations: Prevalence, attitudes, and solutions.  Oracle: The Research Journal of the Associations of Fraternity Advisors, 3(1(1), pp. 40-58.

Yost, J. R. & Burke, T. (October, 2007).  Veterinary forensics: Animals curtailing crime. The FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, 76(10), pp. 12-14.

Owen, S., & Burke, T. (July-August, 2007).  DNA databases and familial searching. Criminal Law Bulletin, 43(4), pp. 617-629.

Fradella, H., Owen, S. & Burke, T. (June, 2007). Building bridges between criminal justice and the forensic sciences to create forensic science programs. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 18, 2, pp. 261-282.

Patrick, F. & Burke, T.  Gunshot Sensor Technology: Can You Hear Me Now? (May/June, 2007).  Police and Security News, 23, 3, pp. 73-77.

Burke, T. Same Sex Domestic Violence: Comparing Venezuela and the United States. (March, 2007). In Nicky Ali Jackson Ed. Encyclopedia of Domestic Violence, pp. 617-619. Taylor & Francis Publishing.

Burke, T. & Owen, S. Gay and Bisexual Male Domestic Violence. (March, 2007). In Nicky Ali Jackson Ed. Encyclopedia of Domestic Violence, pp. 335-341. Taylor & Francis Publishing.

Glover, T. & Burke, T.  (February, 2007).  Jury-Rigging: Computer Program vs. Jury Consultant.  Campbell Law Observer, 28, 1, p. 9.

Hedlund, K. & Burke, T. (December, 2006).  Reserve officers: A valuable resource.  FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, 75, 12, pp. 11-14.

Griffin, O. Hayden & Burke, T.  (August, 2006).  Drug Courts:  Injecting new ideas into an old problem.  Campbell Law Observer, 27, 6, pp. 3-4.

Owen, S., Fradella, H., Burke, T. & Joplin, J. (April, 2006).  Conceptualizing Justice: Revising the Introductory Criminal Justice Course.  Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 17, 1, pp. 3-22.

Grinnell, M. & Burke, T. (January, 2006). An examination of national and international DNA databases (Part 2)Campbell Law Observer, 27, 1, p. 3.

Grinnell, M. & Burke, T. (December, 2005).  An examination of national and international DNA databases (Part 1).  Campbell Law Observer, 26, 10, pp. 3-4.

Yost, J. & Burke, T. (February, 2006).  Forensic nursing: An aid to law enforcement.  The FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, pp. 7-12.

Burke, T. & Owen, S. (January/February, 2006).  Same-sex domestic violence: Is anyone listening?  The Gay and Lesbian Review Worldwide, 13, 1, pp. 6-7.

Kobia, M. & Burke, T. (October, 2005).  Upskirting: Emerging technology and legal issues.  Campbell Law Observer, 26, 8, p. 3.

Tellado, E. & Burke, T. (February, 2005). Can you see me now? Privacy, GPS and law enforcement.  Campbell Law Observer, 26, 2, pp. 3-4.

Owen, S. & Burke, T.  (January/February, 2005).  So, you want to be a criminal justice professor?  ACJS Today, 10, 1, pp. 1, 4-8.

Burke, T. (2005).  Computer Aided Dispatch.  In Larry E. Sullivan & Marie Simonetti (Ed.) Encyclopedia of law enforcement, California: Sage, Vol. 1, pp. 87-89.

Burke, T. (2005).  Dispatch.  In Larry E. Sullivan & Marie Simonetti (Ed.) Encyclopedia of law enforcement, California: Sage, Vol. 1, pp. 137-139.

Burke, T., Owen, S. & Nilson, C. (January/February, 2005).  Foot pursuits: Understanding the risks.  Police and Security News, Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 59-60.

Crenshaw, M. J. & Burke, T. (August, 2004).  Khat: A potential concern for law enforcement.  FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, pp. 10-14.

Owen, S. & Burke, T. (Fall, 2004). An exploration of the prevalence of domestic violence in same sex relationships.  Psychological Reports, Vol. 95, pp. 129-132.

Harkrader, T., Burke, T. & Owen, S. (April, 2004). Pound puppies: the rehabilitative uses of dogs in correctional facilities.  Corrections Today, Vol. 66., No. 2., pp. 74-79.

Owen, S. & Burke, T. (November, 2003).  The Harvey Milk School: Gay rights or just wrong?" Campbell Law Observer, Vol. 24, No. 8, pp. 3, 7.

Casey, J. & Burke, T. (June, 2003).  Police and EMS: Can’t we all get along?  Law and Order, Vol. 51, No. 6, pp. 97-101.

Owen, S. &  Burke, T. (February, 2003).  The Court of Appeals made the correct decision: Sterling v. Minersville.  Campbell Law Observer, Vol. 24, No. 2., pp. 3, 16.

Owen, S. & Burke, T. (February, 2003).  Criminal Justice as a liberal arts discipline. Liberalartsonline.  Wabush University.

Nilson, C. & Burke, T. (August, 2002).  Policing by internet: High tech community policing.  Law and Order, pp. 36-39.

Burke, T. (Summer, 2002).  Cyber-therapy: So how does that make you feel? Campbell Law Observer, Vol. 23, No. 6., pp. 10-11.

Burke, T., Jordan, M. & Owen, S. (August, 2002).  A Cross-National Comparison of Gay and Lesbian Domestic Violence.  Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, Vol. 18, No. 3, pp. 231-257.

Burke, T., Owen, S. & Nilson, C. (Winter 2001-2002).  Foot pursuits: Chasing a policy.  Virginia Police Chief, pp. 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19.

Grinnell, M. & Burke, T. (February, 2002).  Tracking people through a national ID card.  Campbell Law Observer, pp. 1, 18.

Burke, T. (February, 2002).  No way cathode ray: Keep TV out of the courtroom.   Campbell Law Observer, p. 22.

Nilson, C. & Burke, T. (January/February 2002). Environmental extremists and the eco-terrorism movement.  ACJS Today, Vol. 24, No. 5, pp. 1, 3-6.

Burke, T. (January 22, 2002).  Judge did right thing in pulling TV's plug.   Newsday. http://www.newsday.com/news/opinion/ny-vpbur222560190jan22.story.

Grinnell, M. & Burke, T. (November, 2001).  Face recognition technology.   Law and Order, pp. 36-40.

Monahan, B. & Burke, T. (October, 2001).   Project Exile: Combating gun violence in America.  FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, Vol. 70, No. 10, pp. 2-8.

Elliott, B. & Burke, T. (Summer, 2001). A brief analysis of Post-Miranda.  Campbell Law Observer, pp. 5, 7.

Quesenberry, J. & Burke, T.  (May, 2001).  Bounty hunting: Destructive vigilante justice or criminal justice necessity. Campbell Law Observer, pp. 1, 15.

Burke, T.  (May, 2001).  The passive alcohol sensor.  Law and Order.   Vol. 49, No. 5, pp. 53-55.

Burke, T., Owen, S. & Jordan, M.  (May/June, 2001).  Law enforcement and gay domestic violence in the United States and Venezuela.  ACJS Today, Vol. 24, No. 2, pp. 1, 4-6.

Lam, K, Burke, T. & Tewksbury, R. (Spring, 2001). Professor-communications: Why they should be privileged communications. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 53-75.

Van Patten, I. & Burke, T.  (May, 2001).  Critical incident stress and the child homicide investigator.  Homicide Studies, Vol. 5. No. 2, pp. 131-152.

Cernicki, M. & Burke, T. (April, 2001). Improving the response to domestic violence: Overcoming the cycle of violence through objective prosecution. Campbell Law Observer, pp.6,19.

Rexrode, J. & Burke, T. (March, 2001). Forensic neuropsychology: Applications to the criminal justice and legal communities. Campbell Law Observer, pp.6,24-25.

Burke, T. (February, 2001).  Problem solution during preliminary investigations.   In John M. Memory and Randall Aragon (Ed).  Patrol Officer Problem Solving and Solutions.  North Carolina:  Carolina Academic Press, pp. 235-246.

Burke, T. (October 4, 2000). Expand protection against hate crimes. Roanoke Times.
http://www.roanoketimes.com/news/story100512.html.

Lease, M. & Burke, T.  (August, 2000).  Identity theft: A fast-growing crime.  FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, Vol. 69, Number 8,  pp. 8-13.

Beckwith, R. J. & Burke, T.  (August, 2000).  Using informants: Who can be trusted?  Law and Order., pp. 109-110.

Burke, T. & Rexrode, J. (July, 2000).  DNA warrants.  Law and Order, pp. 121-124.

Burke, T. (May 14, 2000).  It's time to recognize the warning signs of school violence.  Roanoke Times,  http://www.roanoke.com/roatimes/news/story93667.html.

Burke, T.  (February, 2000).  Carjacking.  In R. Gottesman & R. M. Brown, ed. Violence in America: An Encyclopedia, Volume 1.  New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, pp. 205-208.

Lease, M. & Burke, T.  (February, 2000).  Law enforcement's response to small aircraft accidents. FBI  Law Enforcement Bulletin, pp. 11-15.

Loftin, T. & Burke, T. (October, 1999).  Laser pointers:  A new hazard to law enforcement.  Law and Order,  pp. 213-216.

Maffe, S. & Burke, T.  (October, 1999).  Citizen police academies.  Law and Order, pp. 77-80.

Burke, T. (July, 1999).  Dispatcher stress.  In Davidson C. Umeh, eds. Protect Your Life!  A Health Handbook for Law Enforcement Professionals (Preprint from FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin).  NY:  Looseleaf Law Publications, Inc. (pp. 79-85).

Burke, T. & Rigsby, R.  (June, 1999).  Suicide by cop revisited.  Law and Order,  pp. 97-102.

Burke, T.  (June, 1999).  Brain fingerprinting:  Latest tool for law enforcement.  Law and Order,  pp28-31.

Howard, C. & Burke, T.  (October, 1998).  Train gangs today:  Another threat to law enforcement.  Law and Order, pp. 117-120.

Burke, T.  (May, 1998).  Male-to-male gay domestic violence.  In Nicky Ali Jackson & Gisele Casanova Oates, eds. Violence in Intimate Relationships:  Examining Sociological & Psychological Issues.  MA:  Butterworth-Heinemann
(pp. 161-180).

Burke, T. & O'Rear, C.  (April, 1998).  Forensic diving:  The latest in underwater investigation. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, pp. 1-8.

Burke, T. & Van Patten, I.  (March, 1998).  Emerging technology:  Automated DNA analysis.  Law Enforcement Technology, pp 56, 59.

Arwood, T. S. & Burke, T.  (February, 1998).  Looking for the answer to jail and prison overcrowding.  Corrections Technology & Management, pp. 36-41.

Burke, T. & Rigsby, R.  (September, 1997).  The right to know?  Home drug testing.
Campbell Law Observer, pp. 1, 7.

Tollett, R., Kaune, M.  & Burke, T. (May, 1997). Apprehending 'transcendence': The role of law enforcement at raves. Law and Order, pp. 103-105.

Dellinger, A. & Burke, T.. (April, 1997). Chemical castration: A new and improved treatment for an old problem. Campbell Law Observer, pp. 1, 9.

Burke, T. & O'Rear. C. (April, 1997). Profiling home invaders. Law and Order, pp. 96-100.

Burke, T., Tyndall, B. & Monahan, B. (February, 1997). How smart are Smart Guns? Law Enforcement Technology, pp. 57-60.

Pridgen, T. & Burke, T. (February, 1997). Rohypnol and Liquid X: The dating nightmare. Campbell Law Observer, pp. 1, 8.

Tran, S. & Burke, T. (October, 1996). Privacy on the Internet: The Fourth Amendment and its implications on the Internet and its users. Campbell Law Observer, pp. 6, 13-14.

Burke, T. (September, 1996). Where there's smoke... There's the Smoke Defense Machine. Law Enforcement Technology, pp. 38-42.

Palmer, N. & Burke, T. (September, 1996). Night Terrors: Understanding what makes a sleeping person kill. Campbell Law Observer, pp. 1, 8, 10.

Burke, T. (Winter, 1996). Even dispatchers get the blues. Minding the badge (Published Quarterly by the Mental Health Association), pp. 1-2, 4.

Burke, T. (October, 1995). Dispatcher stress. The FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, pp. 1-6.

Burke, T. & O''Rear, C. (1995). Profiling occupational violence. In Nicky Ali Jackson ed. Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice: Shaping Tomorrow's System, McGraw-Hill, pp. 48-60.

Burke, T. (1995). Can we predict the next serial killer? In Nicky Ali Jackson ed. Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice: Shaping Tomorrow's System, McGraw-Hill, pp. 61-69.

Peters, R. & Burke, T. (August, 1995). Personal surveillance system. Law and Order, pp. 35-37.

Burke, T. (July, 1995). Drugfire and Bulletproof: A perfect match. Law and Order, pp. 99-101.

Burke, T. (1995, June). Predicting police misconduct with a neural network program. Law Enforcement Technology, pp. 56-58, 68.

Burke, T. & Reynolds, J. (1995, January). Reducing officer stress: The changing role of police chaplains. The Police Chief, pp. 45-47.

Burke, T. & Reynolds, J. (1994, September). Police custody death syndrome. Law and Order, pp. 191-192.

Burke, T. (1994, Summer). Multiple personality disorder and the law. Campbell Law Observer, pp. 3-16.

Reynolds, J. & Burke, T. (1994, August). Cheers or tears: A reevaluation of pepper spray. Law and Order, pp. 87-90.

Burke, T. & Reynolds, J. (1994, July). Police custody death syndrome. Law Enforcement Technology, pp. 63-64.

Burke, T. (1993, September). Pot bellied pigs: High quality sniffers of narcotics. Law and Order, pp. 104-105.

Burke, T. (1993, August). Dispatcher stress and job satisfaction. National Institute of Justice.

Burke, T. (1993, April). The correlation between dispatcher stress and control. APCO Bulletin, pp. 39-41.

Burke, T. (1993, March). The correlation between dispatcher stress and social support. APCO Bulletin, pp. 50-54.

Burke, T. (1993, February). The correlation between dispatcher stress and occupational dissatisfaction. APCO Bulletin, pp. 32,82.

Burke, T. & O'Rear, C. (1993, January). Armed carjacking: A violent problem in need of a solution. The Police Chief, pp. 18-24.

Burke, T. & O'Rear, C. (1992, October). Armed carjacking: The latest nightmare. Law and Order, pp. 165-168.

Burke, T. & Rowe, W. (1992, September). Bullet ricochet: A comprehensive review. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 37, 5, pp. 1254-1260.

Burke, T. (1992, August). Laser fingerprinting: technology of the 1990s. Law and Order, pp. 75- 76.

Burke, T., Rizzo, E. & O'Rear, C. (1992, July). Do officers need college degrees? Corrections Today, pp. 174-176.

Puglielli, M. & Burke, T. (1992, April). Munchausen syndrome in law enforcement. Law and Order, pp. 81-83.

Burke, T. & Rowe, W. (1991, October). Training Key #416: Bullet ricochet. International Association of Chiefs of Police, Inc., pp. 1-4.

Burke, T., O'Rear, C. & Lotz, A. (1991, August/ September). Organized crime - A new look at Asian gangs: Home invaders. Criminal Justice: The Americas, pp. 1, 17-18.

Burke, T. & O'Rear, C. (1990, Winter) Home invaders: Asian gangs in America. Journal of Police Studies, pp. 154-156.

Burke, T. (1990, November). Home invaders: Gangs of the future. The Police Chief, p.23.

Chase, A. & Burke, T. (1990, October). Warning shots: A change in perspective. Law and Order, p. 51.

Burke, T. (1990, October). The return of heroin: An update. Law Enforcement Technology, pp. 50-52.

Burke, T. (1990, July). Secondhand smoke health risks have staff and inmates fuming. Corrections Today, pp. 153-155.

Burke, T. (1990, May). A new drug plague: The Ice age. Law Enforcement Technology, pp. 18,60.

Burke, T. (1989, November/December). Computers: Portrait of a white collar criminal. Law Enforcement Technology, pp. 70-72.

Burke, T. & Rowe, W. (1989, October). DNA Analysis: The challenge for police. The Police Chief, pp. 92-94.

Burke, T., Griffin, R. & Rowe, W. (1988, December). Bullet ricochet from concrete surfaces: Implication for officer survival. Journal of Police Science and Administration, 16, 4, pp. 264- 267.