Pollock, Joycelyn M. 1956–
Pollock, Joycelyn M. 1956–
PERSONAL: Born September 5, 1956, in Rapid City, SD; daughter of Neil J. (a mechanic) and Violet M. (an instructor's aide; maiden name, Sagdalen) Pollock; married Tony Byrne, February 14, 1986 (marriage ended August 1, 1993); married Eric W. Lund (a project manager), June 2, 2001; children: (first marriage) Gregory. Ethnicity: "Caucasian." Education: Whitman College, B.A. (magna cum laude), 1978; State University of New York at Albany, M.A., 1979, Ph.D., 1982; University of Houston, J.D., 1990.
ADDRESSES: Home—2275 Summit Ridge, San Marcos, TX 78666. Office—Department of Criminal Justice, HAC120, Texas State University, San Marcos, TX 78666. E-mail—[email protected]
CAREER: Writer. Probation and parole officer in state of Washington, 1977; New York State Commission of Corrections, special correctional facilities review specialist, 1979; New York Department of Correctional Services, program review specialist, 1980; Correctional Association of New York, research consultant, 1981; Columbus College, Columbus, GA, assistant professor, 1982–85; University of Houston—Downtown, Houston, TX, assistant professor, 1985–87, associate professor and coordinator of criminal justice program, 1987–93; Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, associate professor, 1993–97, professor of criminal justice, 1997–, department chair, 1993–96. Sam Houston State University, Beto lecturer, 1992, instructor at Law Enforcement Management Training Institute, 1995–; Southwest Legal Institute, instructor at Center for Ethics in Law Enforcement, 1994, 1997; California State University, Chico, instructor at California Leadership Institute, 1998–99; guest speaker at other institutions, including Marist College; conference and workshop presenter. Crime Prevention Institute, Austin, TX, board member, 2001–. Houston Police Department, volunteer member of crisis team, 1985–87.
MEMBER: American Society of Criminology (chair of women in prison panel, 1984; member of ethics committee, 1999–; trustee at large, 2002–05), Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Southwest Association of Criminal Justice, Southwest Association of Criminal Justice Educators (president, 1996–97), Texas Bar Association, Phi Beta Kappa.
AWARDS, HONORS: American Jurisprudence awards for legal writing, trial advocacy, and administrative law, 1991; grant from Wackenhut Corporation, 1995; Soros Justice fellow, 1997–98; Fulbright teaching fellow in Finland, 1998.
Sex and Supervision: Guarding Male and Female Inmates, Greenwood Press (New York, NY), 1986.
(Under name Joycelyn Pollock-Byrne) Ethics in Crime and Justice: Dilemmas and Decisions, Brooks/Cole Publishing (Pacific Grove, CA), 1989, 5th edition published as Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice, Wadsworth/Thomson Learning (Belmont, CA), 2006.
(Under name Joycelyn Pollock-Byrne) Women, Prison, and Crime, Brooks/Cole Publishing (Pacific Grove, CA), 1990.
(Editor, with Alida V. Merlo, and contributor) Women, Law, and Social Control, Allyn & Bacon Publishing (Boston, MA), 1995, 2nd edition, 1999.
(Editor and contributor) Prisons: Today and Tomorrow, Aspen Publishing (Gaithersburg, MD), 1997.
Counseling Women in Prison, Sage Publishing (Thousand Oaks, CA), 1998.
Criminal Women, Anderson Publishing (Cincinnati, OH), 1999.
Parenting Programs in Women's Prisons, privately printed (San Marcos, TX), 2002.
(Editor, with John Whitehead and Michael Braswell, and contributor) Introduction to Corrections, Anderson Publishing (Cincinnati, OH), 2003.
Prisons and Prison Life: Costs and Consequences, Roxbury Publishing (Los Angeles, CA), 2004.
(With Michael Braswell and Scott Braswell) Morality Stories: Dilemmas in Ethics, Crime, and Justice, Carolina Academic Press (Durham, NC), 2004.
Contributor to books, including Women, Crime, and the Criminal Justice System, edited by Lee H. Bowker, Lexington Books (Lexington, MA), 1978; Criminal Justice Ethics, edited by F. Schmalleger, Windham Hall Press, 1990; Corrections: Dilemmas and Directions, edited by P. Benekos and Alida V. Merlo, Anderson Publishing (Cincinnati, OH), 1992; Crime and Justice in America: Realities and Future Prospects, edited by P. Cromwell and R. Gunham, Prentice-Hall (Upper Saddle River, NJ), 1997; and Controversies in Policing, edited by Q. Thurman and A. Giacomazzi, Roxbury Publishing (Los Angeles, CA), in press. Editor of criminology book series for Anderson Publishing, 1995–98. Contributor of articles and reviews to professional journals, including Women, Girls, and Criminal Justice Newsletter, Journal of Criminal Justice Education, Criminal Justice Policy Review, Justice Professional, Prison Journal, and Police Chief. Member of editorial advisory board, Women and Criminal Justice, 1995–.
WORK IN PROGRESS: Prisons: Today and Tomorrow, 2nd edition.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Signs, spring, 1999, Nancy C. Jurik, review of Women, Law, and Social Control, p. 820.
Women in Action, December, 2003, review of Counseling Women in Prison, p. 50.