Name: Dr. Julie Burbach Raines
Title: Associate Professor
Office Location: Dyson 343
Extension: (845) 575-3000 ext. 6423
Email: julie.raines@marist.edu
Degrees Held:

J.D., Ph.D.

Bio:

Dr. Raines is an Associate Professor in the Criminal Justice Department at Marist College. Dr. Raines received her J.D. from The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law. Upon graduation from law school, she was an Associate with Sandman & Strickland practicing a mixture of litigation and corporate law. She opened her own practice one year later specializing in entertainment law. In 2006, Dr. Raines completed her Ph.D. from North Carolina State University and her dissertation topic addresses ethical awareness, standards and action of police officers in the United States. Currently, Dr. Raines has published several articles and has a book on Jones & Bartlett entitled Ethics in Policing.

Interests:

Mental Health Courts, Terrorism, Homeland Security

Awards & Honors:

Winner of the 2012 Marist Faculty Recognition Award for scholarship

Winner of the 2009 NKU faculty award for excellent performance by a faculty member for a project, innovation or creative activity in public engagement

Publications:

Raines, Julie B. (2009). Ethics in Policing: Misconduct and Integrity. Jones and Barlett Publishers.

Raines, Julie B. and Glenn Laws. �Mental Health Court Survey,� The Criminal Law Bulletin, 45(4): July-August, 2009.

Raines, Julie B. (2008) �Screening Participants into Mental Health Court Jail Diversion Programs,� Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 8(2), 77-85.

Raines, Julie B. (2005). Law Enforcement Policy: Use of Force. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 5(4), 97-104.

Raines, Julie B. (2001). Instructor�s Manual to Accompany Cyberlaw & E-Commerce. New York: McGraw-Hill Irwin.

Raines, Julie B. (1997). The Fairness in Musical Licensing Act: The Tavern Bill Casts a Shadow. Hastings Communications & Entertainment Law Journal, 20(1), 169-199.

Raines, Julie B. (1995). The Gender Card v. The First Amendment. Vol. 2(1), 5-9. Washington, D.C.: Catholic University, Columbus School of Law.

Research Interests:

Principal Investigator
$65,000. The National Institute of Corrections, �Corrections Mental Health Newsletter.� This project will create a quarterly newsletter for corrections and mental health stakeholders highlighting trends and innovations in the field of mental health for jails and prisons.

Author (August, 2009 � July, 2012)
$227,000. The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati, �Hamilton County Common Court of Pleas SAMI Program.� This project will help create a felony jail diversion mental health court project that services Hamilton County, Ohio.

Author (Submitted: April, 2009)
$685,000. Edward Byrne Memorial Grant. This project will fund the creation of a felony level jail diversion mental health court servicing Hamilton County, Ohio.

Author (Submitted: March, 2009)
$102,000. IMPACT 100, Cornerstone Montessori. This grant will fund capital improvements to Cornerstone�s building allowing the addition of a second preprimary room, a toddler room, and 7th and 8th grades.

Principle Investigator (Submitted: March, 2009)
$110,000. The National Institute for Hometown Security, �Water Decontamination and Economic Impacts.� The primary outcomes of the proposed research are analysis of how businesses recover from water contamination and the economic impacts of water decontamination on those businesses.

Principle Investigator (Submitted: January, 2009)
$325,000, The National Institute for Hometown Security, �A Study of Foreign Availability of Chemicals in the United States Supply Chain.� The primary outcomes of the proposed research are a comprehensive understanding of chemicals in the U.S. supply chain that are critical to U.S. national security and how U.S. security depends on chemicals supplied by foreign manufacturers. This understanding will lead to recommendations for national policy regarding maintenance of domestic production of chemicals that are considered critical building blocks in the U.S. chemical supply chain.

Principle Investigator (August, 2008 � July, 2011)
$162,000, The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati, �Northern Kentucky Regional Mental Health Court Project.� The goal of this project is to implement a regional mental health court servicing Boone, Campbell and Kenton Counties in Northern Kentucky. A letter of intent was accepted in April, 2008. The full proposal was accepted in August, 2008.

Principle Investigator (Submitted: February, 2008)
$250,000, National Institute of Justice: Research on Terrorism, �Suspicious Behavior Threat Analysis (SBTA) and Detection: Developing Best Practices for Thwarting Terrorist Activities in Large Crowds.� This initiative is aimed at ultimately detecting terrorists and thwarting terrorist incidents. Suspicious behavior will be derived from the nonverbal communication literature, as well as El Al security techniques. The results of this research can be used to develop best practices in SBTA and detection which can then be translated into effective training for law enforcement and protocols for technology used in detection. This project was rejected November, 2008.

Principle Investigator (October, 2008)
$30,000, Community Solutions. This funding was given to the Northern Kentucky Regional Mental Health Court in conjunction with the NKU Training and Development Center in order to support case management services.

Principle Investigator (May, 2007 � April, 2009)
$55,421, Northern Kentucky University Community Partnership Grant, �Northern Kentucky Regional Mental Health Court Project.� The Campbell County CJAC � along with its state, regional and county partners � will partner with NKU through this grant to begin to develop a unified screening instrument based upon a system of established criteria to be used by jailers, pretrial services, public defenders, probation, parole, judges and prosecutors to determine whether a defendant is a potential mental health court participant. This grant funding will also be used to train personnel on appropriate utilization of the unified screening instruments.

Principle Investigator (August, 2007 � May, 2008)
$40,000, The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati, �Northern Kentucky Regional Mental Health Court Project.� The goal of this project is to plan the implementation of a regional mental health court servicing Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties in Northern Kentucky.

Author/Collaborator (Submitted: April, 2008)
$1,000,000, Assistance to Firefighters Grant, FEMA, �Moss Point, Mississippi.� This project will fund new tanker trucks, training, and equipment to firefighters in Moss Point who are still recovering from the effects of Katrina.

Principle Investigator (October, 2007 � June, 2009)
$9,000 plus travel expenses, Ready and Response, Scripps Howard Center for Civic Engagement, �Moss Point, Mississippi.� This project funded travel and research as it relates to recovery from the effects of Katrina. This grant funded a service learning assignment bringing graduate students in the MPA program to Moss Point for data collection.

Principle Investigator (Submitted: March, 2007)
$360,000, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, �Northern Kentucky Regional Mental Health Court Project.� The goal of this project is to implement a regional mental health court servicing Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties in Northern Kentucky. This project was rejected in November, 2007.

Principle Investigator (Submitted: September, 2007)
$490,000, The National Institute for Hometown Security, �Post-Disaster and Crime Recreation Software.� The goal of this project is to create software that recreates disasters and crimes integrating GIS, HAZUS, CAT, advanced modeling, and evacuation software. The software will be used as a disaster training and prevention tool. This project was rejected in April, 2008.

Research Assistant (September, 2002 - December, 2003)
National Science Foundation, �Citizen Learning, Deliberation, and Reasoning in Internet-Mediated Technology Policy Forums� (NSF# 0242994). Qualitative analysis of jury-like deliberations on various policy issues.

Research Assistant (January, 2002 - May, 2002)
North Carolina State University, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Dean�s Office. Researched and created a web site focused on generating potential research project ideas for faculty regarding the events of September 11, 2001.

Conferences & Workshops:

�Ethical Awareness and Action in Policing,� Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, March, 2009.

�Ethics in Policing: Domestic Perspectives,� Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, March, 2009, Chair.

�Pedagogical Aspects of Online Teaching and Learning,� Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, March, 2009, Discussant.

�Police Integrity: Situational, Individual & Organizational Factors that Affect Ethical Awareness,� Southern Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, October, 2008.

�Deviant Behavior and Modeling Police Officer Misconduct,� Southern Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, October, 2008.

�Pay it Forward: Service Learning in Criminal Justice,� Southern Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, October, 2008, Convener.

�Predicting Police Behavior,� Southern Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, October, 2008, Chair.

�Pedagogical Aspects of Online Teaching and Learning: What Works,� Southern Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, October, 2008, Panelist.

�Northern Kentucky Regional Mental Health Court Project,� Boone County Fiscal Meeting, August, 2008.

�Pay it Forward: Service Learning and Community Involvement in and out of the Classroom,� NKU Service Learning Luncheon, April, 2008.

�Pay it Forward: Service Learning and Community Involvement in and out of the Classroom,� Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, March, 2008.

�Mental Health Court Jail Diversion Programs in Ohio and Kentucky,� Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, March, 2008.

�Cat�s Out of the Bag: El Al Airline Passenger Profiling Secrets Revealed,� 65th Annual Midwest Political Science Association National Conference, April, 2007.

�Implementing Online Instruction for Educators,� North Carolina State University, 2001-2003 ongoing.
"Airline Passenger Profiling as a Deterrence to Terrorist Attacks: A Model for Airport Security Post September 11, 2001," Southeastern Conference for Public Administrators, October, 2002.

"Organizational Development and Six Guidelines for Information Technology Implementation: The Case of the Transportation Security Administration," 54th International Atlantic Economic Conference, October, 2002.

"Airline Passenger Racial/Ethnic Profiling and Civil Liberties: El Al Security Procedures in the United States," Southern Political Science Association Conference, November, 2002.

�Women in Society: Drug abuse, addiction, prenatal abuse, and AIDS/HIV,� Communication Skills for and Against Women Lawyers, North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, February, 2003.

"Police Officer Ethics Training: Preparing for When the Rubber Hits the Road," 2003 American Society for Public Administration National Conference, March, 2003.

�Ethics, Integrity and Police Misconduct: Analyzing Attitudes and Behaviors of Law Enforcement Officers in the United States,� Southeastern Conference for Public Administrators, October, 2004.