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Shane Stone joined the UW/CC Center in the fall of 2012, after a distinguished career in Missouri law enforcement. He served the state as a sheriff's deputy, police officer, state trooper, federal probation officer, and criminal investigator. In addition, he taught criminal justice courses at MacMurray College in Jacksonville, Illinois and at Hannibal-LaGrange University. Stone received his bachelor's of science in criminal justice from Central Missouri State University in 1992, his master's in criminal justice administration from Lindenwood University in 2000, and a master's of arts in theological studies at Midwestern Baptist College in 2011.
Stone's research interests lie in policing, particularly in rural areas; the effects of religion on criminality and criminal rehabilitation; and police, judicial, and correctional ethics.
Courses Teaching: Policing (CRMJ 3490); Ethics in Administration of Justice (CRMJ 3200); Criminal Courts and Processes (CRMJ 3110); Juvenile Delinquency (CRMJ 3250); and Leadership and Management in the Criminal Justice System (CRMJ 4130)
Office Hours: Tuesdays 1-3 p.m.; Wednesdays 2-3 p.m.
Best Method of Communication: Email
Current Committees: UW Criminal Justice Curriculum Committee