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CURRICULUM VITAE
WILLIAM P. BLOSS, Ph.D.
171 Moultrie Street
Charleston, South Carolina 29409
(843) 953-6786
fax (843) 953-5066
e-mail: [email protected]
Education:
SAM HOUSTON STATE UNIVERSITY, Huntsville, Texas
Doctor of Philosophy Degree-Criminal Justice, 1996
Dissertation: Privacy Rights of Law Enforcement Personnel: A Constitutional
Analysis
Dissertation Chair: Distinguished Professor Rolando V. del Carmen
Master of Arts Degree-Criminology, 1990
Thesis: A Descriptive Study of the Texas Youth Commission Residential Sex Offender
Treatment Program
Thesis Chair:
Professor Ralph O. Marshall
UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON-DOWNTOWN, Houston, Texas
Bachelor of Science Degree-Criminal Justice, 1983
Teaching Experience:
THE CITADEL, The Military College of South Carolina, Charleston, S.C.
Associate Professor
Criminal Justice
2001- present
Assistant Professor
Criminal Justice
1996-2001
1996-Present
UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON-DOWNTOWN, Houston, Texas
Instructor
Criminal Justice
1994-1996
SAN JACINTO COLLEGE-NORTH, Houston, Texas
Instructor and Acting Chair Criminal Justice
1986-1994
UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON-DOWNTOWN, Houston, Texas
Coordinator and Director
Law Enforcement
Education Program
1984-1986
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Revised March 2005
Publications:
Book
del Carmen, R.V., Williamson, C., Bloss, W.P., and J. Coons (2003). “Civil Liabilities and
Rights of Police Officers and Supervisors in Texas,” Huntsville, Texas: Law Enforcement
Management Institute of Texas and Sam Houston State University Press.
Book Chapters
“Protected Expression: Police Employee First Amendment Rights,” in Handbook of Police
Administration, James Ruiz (Ed.), (forthcoming), New York: Marcel Dekker Publishers.
Police Corps: Innovations in Training Community Patrol Officers,in Issues in Police
Training, Michael Palmiotto (Ed.), (2002), pp. 67-88, Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
Police Privacy Rights: Dimensions of Employer Regulation, in Policing and the Law, Jeffrey
T. Walker (Ed.), (2001), pp. 135-172, Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
Privacy Rights of Police Officers: An Analysis of Constitutional Protections, in
Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice: Shaping Tomorrows System, Nicki Ali-Jackson (Ed.)
(1995), pp 135-157, New York: McGraw-Hill.
*Articles and Monographs
“Accomplices, Aiding, and Abetting,” in Encyclopedia of Criminology, R. Wright and J. Miller
(Eds.), (2005), Vol. I, pp. 7-8, New York: Routledge.
“Attempted and Incomplete Offenses,” in Encyclopedia of Criminology, R. Wright and J. Miller
(Eds.), (2005), Vol. I, pp. 77-78, New York: Routledge.
“Creating Critical Thinkers: Interactional Approaches to Police Instruction,” Law Enforcement
Executive Forum, (2004), Vol. 4, no.5, pp. 147-162.
Bank Fraud, in Encyclopedia of Criminology and Deviant Behavior, Volume II, C. Bryant
(Ed.) (2000), pp. 41-44, London: Taylor & Francis Publisher.
Editor, South Carolina Police Corps News (1999-2004), South Carolina Police Corps,
Charleston, S.C.
Selecting and Grooming New Talent: The Key to Effective Community Policing, Community
Policing Exchange, (1999), Vol. 4 no. 25, pp. 1-4, Washington, D.C.: Community Policing
Consortium, U.S. Department of Justice.
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Warrantless Search in the Law Enforcement Workplace: Court Interpretation of
Employer Practices and Employee Privacy Rights Under the Ortega Doctrine,
Police Quarterly, (1998) Vol. 1 no. 2, pp. 57-70.
Police Misconduct, in The Encyclopedia of Police Science, 2nd Edition, W.G. Bailey (Ed.)
(1995), pp. 587-593, New York: Garland Publishing.
The Net Widens on Personal Liability for State Officers, Police Liability Review, (1992),
4:1-3.
A Descriptive Study of the Texas Youth Commission Residential Sex Offender Treatment
Program: Design and Implementation. National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS
archives #137-012) (1992). Washington, D.C.: National Institute of Justice.
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See below for the listing of forthcoming in-press publications.
Paper Presentations:
“Europeanization vs. Americanization: An Examination of Drug Demand Control Ideology,
Policy, and Efficacy,” European and International Research Group, International Conference on
Crime, Ethics, and Social Philosophy, St. Petersburg, Russia (2005).
“Cyber Privacy and Contours of Law Enforcement Criminal Investigation Authority,” Academy
of Criminal Justice Sciences, annual meeting, Chicago, IL (2005).
“Threatening Civil Rights: An Analysis of Government Neo-Surveillance Powers,” American
Society of Criminology, annual meeting, Nashville, TN. (2004).
“Plan Colombia: U.S. Military and Law Enforcement Drug Interdiction in Latin America,” XIII
World Congress, International Society of Criminology, annual meeting, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
(2003).
“Protecting Expression: Regulation of Police Employee Rights Under the First Amendment,”
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, annual meeting, Boston, MA. (2003).
Bloss, W. and Feurtado, G. “American Drug Warriors: Effects of U.S. Military Involvement in
Colombian Domestic Interdiction,” American Society of Criminology, annual meeting, Chicago,
IL. (2002).
Unbecoming Conduct: Court Interpretation of Employer Regulation of Police Sexual
Misconduct, Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice, annual meeting, San Antonio, TX.
(2001).
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Pursuing a Rule of Law: The Revised Criminal Procedure Law in the Peoples Republic of
China, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, annual meeting, Washington, D.C. (2001).
Police Trainee Perception of Danger and Litigational Risk: An Exploratory Study, American
Society of Criminology, annual meeting, San Francisco, CA. (2000).
Creating Critical Thinkers: A New Paradigm in Police Training. Southern Criminal Justice
Association, annual meeting, Charleston, SC. (2000).
Developing a Problem-Based Curriculum: The South Carolina Police Corps Model, Academy
of Criminal Justice Sciences, annual meeting, New Orleans, LA. (2000).
State-Created Danger Theory: Police Liability for Unanticipated Events, Southern Criminal
Justice Association, annual meeting, Chattanooga, TN. (1999).
Twenty Years After: Evolution of the Monell Bifurcated Custom and Policy Government
Liability Rule Under Federal  1983 Law,American Society of Criminology, annual meeting,
Washington, D.C. (1998).
McMillian v. Monroe County, Alabama: Has the United States Supreme Court Clarified the
Monell Bifurcated Custom and Policy Government Liability Rule? Academy of Criminal
Justice Sciences, annual meeting, Albuquerque, NM. (1998).
Privacy Rights of Police Officers: A Constitutional Analysis of Agency Regulation of
Employee Sexual Conduct, Southern Criminal Justice Association, annual meeting, Richmond,
VA. (1997).
Privacy Rights of Police Officers: A Constitutional Analysis of Compulsory Workplace
HIV/AIDS Disease Testing and Lifestyle Preference, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences,
annual meeting, Louisville, KY. (1997).
Drug Testing of Criminal Offenders and Public Protectors: Implements of Justice Policy
Supporting the Drug-Crime Correlation, American Society of Criminology, annual meeting,
Chicago, IL. (1996).
Privacy Rights of Police Officers: An Analysis of Constitutional Protections, Academy of
Criminal Justice Sciences, annual meeting, Boston, MA. (1995).
Departmental Tolerance of Customary Police Misconduct: Liability Implications of the
Christopher and Kolts Commission Reports, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, annual
meeting, Kansas City, MO. (1993).
Grady v. Corbin: Policy Implications for Prosecution of Compound and Inclusive Offenses,
American Society of Criminology, annual meeting, New Orleans, LA. (1992).
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A Descriptive Study of the Texas Youth Commission Residential Sex Offender Treatment
Program: Design and Implementation, American Society of Criminology, annual meeting, San
Francisco, CA. (1991).
Panels, Presentations, and Professional Activities:
Committee Member
Academic Review Committee, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences
(2004-2005).
Reviewer
Book Proposal Reviewer
Roxbury Publishing (2005-present)
Reviewer
Manuscript Reviewer
Criminal Justice Review (2001-present)
Training & Curriculum Coordinator
South Carolina Police Corps
(1998-2005)
Criminal Justice Program Assessor
Lead Team Assessor, Higher Education Criminal Justice Programs
Massachusetts Board of Higher Education
Boston, MA (2003)
Keynote Speaker
Roundtable Session: Criminal Justice Training
“Design of Police Corps Training Curricula: A Critical Thinking Model”
Office of Police Corps and Law Enforcement Education, U.S. Department of Justice,
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, annual meeting, Boston, MA (2003)
Committee Member
Training and Curriculum Oversight Committee (2002)
South Carolina Highway Patrol Law Enforcement Executive Institute
South Carolina Highway Patrol Columbia, SC.
Presenter
“Performance-Based Evaluation: Measuring Police Trainee Proficiency”
National Police Training Evaluation and Measurement Conference (2003)
South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy, Columbia, SC.
“Evaluating Problem Solvers: Measurement of Applied Competency in Police Training”
National Police Training Evaluation and Measurement Conference (2002)
South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy, Columbia, SC.
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U.S. Delegate
Criminal Law Leaders Delegation to the Peoples Republic of China.
Dwight D. Eisenhower Foundation. (2000).
Panel Chair and Presenter
Panel: Police: Training, Organizational Structure, & Use of Force.
Southern Criminal Justice Association, annual meeting Charleston, SC. (2000).
Panel Chair and Presenter
Panel: Officer Training and Community Policing
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, annual meeting, New Orleans, LA. (2000).
Panelist and Discussant
Panel: Workshop: Opportunities in Police Corps for Criminal Justice Majors
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, annual meeting, New Orleans, LA. (2000).
Committee Member
Local Program Committee for Fundraising: 2000 annual meeting,
Southern Criminal Justice Association, Charleston, SC. (2000).
Panelist and Discussant
Presidential Roundtable: The American Courts.
Southern Criminal Justice Association annual meeting, Chattanooga, TN. (1999).
Keynote Speaker
Response to Crime in America: Approaches and Solutions.
Citadel Senior Scholars Program, The Citadel, Charleston, S.C. (1999).
Reviewer
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Student Paper Competition (1998).
Professional Affiliations and Organizations:
Professional Memberships
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences-Life Member
American Society of Criminology
American Correctional Association
South Carolina Correctional Association
Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice
Southern Criminal Justice Association
Police Executive Research Forum (PERF)
American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers
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One Hundred Club of Greater Charleston, Inc.
International Narcotic Officers Association (past)
Federal Criminal Investigators Association (past)
Texas Narcotic Officers Association (past)
Tau Kappa Epsilon, National Fraternity
Alpha Phi Omega, National Service Fraternity
Honorary Society
Pi Sigma Alpha, National Political Science Honor Society
Alpha Phi Sigma, National Criminal Justice Honor Society
Chapter Advisor
Alpha Phi Omega- Kappa Tau (Citadel) Chapter Advisor
Alpha Phi Sigma, National Criminal Justice Honor Society- Delta Eta (Citadel) Chapter Advisor
Professional Achievements and Honors:
Whos Who Among Americas Teachers, 6th Edition, 2000
Whos Who Among Americas Teachers, 5th Edition, 1998
NISOD Teaching Excellence Award-University of Texas at Austin, 1992.
Minnie Stevens Piper Award (Outstanding Texas Professor) Nominee, San Jacinto College,
1992.
Instructor of the Year, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, San Jacinto College, 1987.
Vice-President, Houston-North Channel Area Crime Stoppers, 1988-1990.
Law Enforcement Certifications:
Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education, Austin, TX.
Advanced
Instructor
Intermediate
Basic
South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy, Columbia, SC.
Instructor
A complete list of law enforcement certification and training provided upon request.
A complete list of police training courses taught provided upon request.
Criminal Justice Courses Taught
Undergraduate
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Criminal Law
Criminal Courts
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Criminology
Introduction to Corrections
Police Systems & Practices
Drugs & Crime
Comparative Criminal Justice Systems
White-Collar Crime
Terrorism (international and domestic)
Organized Crime
Juvenile Delinquency
Juvenile Justice Systems
Crime and the Media
Seminar in Issues in Criminal Justice
Seminar in Search and Seizure Law
Police Management and Administration
Criminal Justice Research Methods
Criminal Investigation and Criminalistics
Probation and Parole
Jail Procedures and Operations
Police Patrol Procedures
Crime Prevention
Graduate
Alternatives to Incarceration
Drugs and Crime
Juvenile Justice Systems
Comparative Criminal Justice Systems
Seminar in Issues in Criminal Justice
Issues in Criminal Behavior (criminology)
Research Interests
Privacy Issues in Criminal Justice
Police Employee Constitutional and Privacy Rights
Police Civil Liability
Police Training, Enforcement Procedures and Practices
Drug Enforcement Policy and Practice
Comparative Police and Criminal Law Procedures and Practices
Forthcoming In-Press Publications
Book Chapter
“Protected Expression: Police Employee First Amendment Rights,” in Handbook of Police
Administration, James Ruiz (Ed.), (forthcoming), New York: Marcel Dekker Publishers.
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Articles and Monographs
“Privacy Rights and Criminal Justice,” in Encyclopedia of Criminal Justice, R. K. Rasmussen
(Ed.) (forthcoming), Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.
“Automobile Search,” in Encyclopedia of Criminal Justice, R. K. Rasmussen (Ed.)
(forthcoming), Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.
Police Misconduct: After the Rodney King Incident, in The Encyclopedia of Police Science,
3rd Edition, J. Greene (Ed.) (forthcoming), New York: Taylor and Francis Publishing.
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