Faculty Profile for Dr. Mitchell B Chamlin
Selected Scholarly/Creative Work
- Chamlin, M., & Denney, J. E. (2019). An Impact Assessment of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996. Journal of Crime and Justice, 42(4), 382–392.
- Chamlin, M. (2018). Social Policy and Crash Fatalities: A Multivariate Time Series Analysis. Crime and Justice, 41(3), 322–333.
- Mazerolle, L., McGuffog, I., Ferris, J., & Chamlin, M. (2017). Pharmaceutical Sales of Pseudoephedrine: The Impact of Electronic Tracking Systems on Methamphetamine Crime Incidents. Addiction, 112, 468–474.
- Chamlin, M., & sanders, beth a. (n.d.). Social Policy and Crash Fatalities: A Multivariate Time Series Analysis. Journal of Crime and Justice, 1–12.
- Chamlin, M. (2017). An Interrupted Time Series Analysis of the Differential Impact of New Jersey’s BAC Legislation on Driver and Passenger Crash Fatalities. Journal of Crime and Justice, 40, 542–549.
- Award / Honor Recipient: College of Applied Arts Senior Scholar Award. 2012
- Award / Honor Recipient: Inaugural ACJS Minority Mentorship Grant Award. 2011
- Chamlin, Mitchell. Estimating the Crime-Arrest Relationship Within a Theoretical Specification, Junior Faculty Summer Research Fellowship, $5000. (Funded: 1989). Grant.
- Chamlin, Mitchell. Social Structure and Welfare Expenditures, Junior Faculty Summer Research Fellowship, $3500. (Funded: 1985). Grant.
- Chamlin, Mitchell. Ohio Multi-jurisdictional Drug Law Enforcement Task Forces, Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services, $73371. (Funded: 1996 - 1997). Grant.
- Chamlin, Mitchell (Principal). Educating the Public About Police: The Lima PSA Project, National Institute of Justice, $44518. (Funded: 1995 - 1997). Grant.
- Chamlin, Mitchell. Modeling the Deterrence Process at a Neighborhood level, $103498. (Funded: 1986 - 1987). Grant.