Faculty Profile for Dr. Wayman C Mullins

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Dr. Wayman C Mullins
Professor — School of Criminal Justice
HINE 128
phone: (512) 245-3344

Selected Scholarly/Creative Work

  • McMains, M. J., & Mullins, W. C. (2013). Crisis negotiations:  Managing critical incidents and hostage situations in law enforcement and correctional settings. Waltham, MA: Elsevior.
  • Mullins, W. C., J D, P M, A R, D, P, … Dietz, S. (n.d.). A      Professional Development Program for Intelligence Analysts.  Results From the Texas      Department of Public Safety Intelligence Counterterrorism Center Project.
  • Mullins, W. C., & McMains, M. J. (2011). The role of a Psychologist as a member of a Crisis Negotiation Team. (J. Kataeff, Ed.), Handbook of Police Psychology. NY, NY.
  • Mullins, W. C. (2011). The etiology of terrorism:  Identifying, defining, and studying terrorists. (B. Forst, J. Green, & Lynch, Eds.), Security and justice in the homeland: Criminologists on terrorism.
  • McMains, M. J., & Mullins, W. C. (2010). Crisis negotiations:  Managing critical incidents and hostage situations in law enforcement and correctional settings. Cincinnati, Ohio: Anderson Press.

Selected Awards

  • Award / Honor Nominee: Minnie Piper Award for outstanding teaching. 1992
  • Award / Honor Recipient: Assistant Dean Internship Position, School of Applied Arts and Technology, Southwest Texas State University. 1990 - 1991
  • Award / Honor Recipient: Diplomate in Police Psychology. 1989
  • Award / Honor Recipient: W.J. Richards Award, University of Arkansas. 1978
  • Award / Honor Recipient: President’s Award for Excellence in Research Committee. 1925

Selected Grants

  • Mullins, Wayman C. Women in the Pacific, World War II. Department of Defense Legacy Resource Management Grant, Alkek Excellence Award, $6500. (Funded: 1993). Grant.
  • Mullins, Wayman C. School of Applied Arts and Technology Faculty Research Enrichment Grant, Southwest Texas State University. (Funded: 1988). Grant.
  • Mullins, Wayman C (Principal). The effects of the use of deadly force on future behavior of police officers and veterans, Hofstra University Faculty Research Grant. (Funded: 1983). Grant.
  • Kimbrough, W W (Principal), Mullins, Wayman C (Co-Principal). Department of Local Services and the U.S. Civil Service Commission. (Funded: 1978). Grant.
  • Mullins, Wayman C (Principal). Professional Development Program for Intelligence and Crime Analysts at DPS-ICT and within the State of Texas under the Governor’s Texas Intelligence Enterprise project, DHS, $750000. (Funded: 1925). Grant.

Selected Service Activities

Lead Instructor
40-hour basic crisis negotiation school
July 2017-Present
Lead Instructor
40-hour basic crisis negotiation school
July 2017-Present
Lead Instructor
40-hour basic crisis negotiation school
June 2017-Present
Head Judge and evaluator trainer
Bay Area Hostage Negotiations competition
June 2017-Present
Chair
Facility Renovation and Remodel
January 2017-Present