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Daniel B. Kennedy, “Applications of Forensic Sociology and Criminology to Civil Litigation,” Journal of Applied Social Science 7 (2013): 233-247.

Daniel B. Kennedy, “Evolving Practice Parameters of Forensic Criminology,” pps. 1-20 in Stephen Morewitz and Mark Goldstein (Eds.), Handbook of Forensic Sociology and Psychology (New York: Springer, 2013).

Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert J. Homant, "An Insider View of the Sleeper Cell Terrorist: A Face Validity Study," Journal of Applied Security Research 3 (2008): 325-350.

Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert J. Homant, "A Social Psychological Perspective on Terrorist Behavior" pps. 149-172 in Adam Lowther and Beverly Lindsay (Eds.) Terrorism's Unanswered Questions (Westport, CT: Praeger Security International, 2009).

Daniel Shoemaker and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Criminal Profiling and Cybercriminal Investigations," pps. 456-476 in Michael Pittaro and Frank Schmalleger (Eds.) Crimes of the Internet (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 2009).

Daniel B. Kennedy and Jason R. Sakis, "From Crime to Tort: Criminal Acts, Civil Liability, and the Behavioral Sciences," pps. 119-142 in David Canter and Rita Zukauskiene (Eds.) Psychology and Law: Bridging the Gap (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2008).

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Suicide Bombers," p. 541 in John Fay (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Security Management, 2nd ed. (Boston: Butterworth-Heinemann, 2007).

Daniel B. Kennedy, "A Precis of Suicide Terrorism,." Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management 3 (2006):1-9. Available at http://www.bepress.com/jhsem/vol3/iss4/2.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Forensic Security and the Law," pps. 118-145 in Martin Gill (Ed.) Handbook of Security (Houndmills, UK : Palgrave Macmillan, 2006).

Robert Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Serial Murder: A Biopsychosocial Understanding," pps. 189-223 in Wayne Petherick (Ed.) Criminal Profiling and Serial Crime (New York: Academic Press, 2006).

Daniel B. Kennedy, "The Prevention and Management of Workplace Violence," pps. 379-400, in Adele El-Ayoubi (Ed.) Basic Crime Prevention Curriculum (Ann Arbor, MI: International Society of Crime Prevention Practitioners, 2005).

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Workplace Violence," pps. 1775-1777 in J. Mitchell Miller and Richard A. Wright (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Criminology, Vol. III (New York: Routledge, 2005).

Daniel B. Kennedy, Robert J. Homant, and Michael R. Homant, "Perception of Injustice as a Determinant of Support for Workplace Aggression," Journal of Business and Psychology 18 (2004): 323-336.

Daniel B. Kennedy and Richard T. McKeon (Eds.), Jail/Custody Suicide: A Compendium of Suicide Prevention Standards and Resources (Washington, D.C.: American Association of Suicidology, 2004.) Published on American Association of Suicidology website at www.suicidology.org/associations/1045/ files/Jail.pdf.

Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "The Crisis-Prone Organization as a Factor in Workplace Aggression," Security Journal 16 (2003): 63-76.

Thomas M. Kelley, Daniel B. Kennedy, and Robert J. Homant, "Evaluation of An Individualized Treatment Program for Adolescent Shoplifters," Adolescence 38 (2003): 725-733.

Jason R. Sakis and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Avoiding the Exclusive-Remedy Doctrine: When Workers' Compensation is Not the Only Recourse for Employees Injured by Crime," Victim Advocate 4 (Winter 2003): 7-10.

Jason R. Sakis and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Violence at Work," Trial 38 (December 2002): 32-36.

Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "A Typology of Suicide by Police Incidents," in Donald C. Sheehan and Janet I. Warren (Eds.) Suicide and Law Enforcement (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, 2001), pp. 577-586.

Daniel B. Kennedy and Michael Witkowski, "False Allegations of Rape Revisited: A Replication of the Kanin Study," Journal of Security Administration 23 (2000): 41-46.

Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Effectiveness of Less Than Lethal Force in Suicide by Cop Incidents," Police Quarterly 3 (2000): 153-171.

Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Suicide by Police: A Proposed Typology of Law Enforcement Officer Assisted Suicide," Policing 23 (2000): 339-355.

Robert J. Homant, Daniel B. Kennedy, and R. Thomas Hupp, "Real and Perceived Danger in Police Officer Assisted Suicide," Journal of Criminal Justice 28 (2000): 43-52.

Daniel B. Kennedy and Jason R. Sakis, "Tourist Industry Liability for Crimes Against International Travelers," The Trial Lawyer 22 (1999): 301-310.

Daniel B. Kennedy, Robert J. Homant, and R. Thomas Hupp, "Suicide by Cop," FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin 67 (August 1998): 21-27.

Daniel B. Kennedy and R. Thomas Hupp, "Apartment Security and Litigation: Key Issues," Security Journal 11 (1998): 21-28.

Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Psychological Aspects of Crime Scene Profiling: Validity Research," Criminal Justice and Behavior 25 (1998): 319-343.

Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert J. Homant, "Problems with the Use of Criminal Profiling in Premises Security Litigation," Trial Diplomacy Journal 20 (1997): 223-229.

Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert J. Homant, "Role of the Criminologist in Negligent Security Cases," in Wiley Law Publications Editorial Staff (Ed.) 1996 Wiley Expert Witness Update (New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1996), pp. 151-166.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "A Synopsis of Private Security in the United States," Security Journal 6 (1995): 101-105.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Social Control, Crime Prevention, and the Police," Security Journal 6 (1995): 163-170.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "The Expert Advisor: The Violent Crime Gender Gap," Crime Victims Litigation Quarterly 2 (1995): 7-9.

Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Landholder Responsibility for Third Party Crimes in Michigan: An Analysis of Underlying Legal Values," University of Toledo Law Review 27 (1995): 115-147.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Litigation on Behalf of Tourists Victimized While Traveling Abroad," Trial Diplomacy Journal 17 (1994): 207-212.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Rethinking the Problem of Custodial Suicide," American Jails 7 (January-February 1994): 41-45.

Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Foreseeability of Crime as a Factor in Premises Liability for Negligent Security: Some Definitional and Practical Problems," Trial Diplomacy Journal 17 (1994): 81-87.

Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "The Effect of High Speed Pursuit Policies on Officers' Tendency to Pursue," American Journal of Police 13 (1994): 91-111.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Architectural Concerns Regarding Security and Premises Liability," Journal of Architectural Planning and Research 10 (1993): 105-129.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Precautions for the Physical Security of the Wandering Patient," Security Journal 4 (1993): 1-7.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Premises Liability for Negligent Security," in John Fay (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Security Management (Boston: Butterworth-Heinemann, 1993), pp. 567-570.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Probability, Vulnerability, and Criticality as Architectural Security Considerations," Security Journal 3 (1992): 199-209.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "The Violent Crime Gender Gap," Security Management 36 (October 1992): 56-58.

Daniel B. Kennedy, Robert J. Homant, and John F. Kennedy, "A Comparative Analysis of Police Vehicle Pursuit Policies," Justice Quarterly 9 (1992): 227-246.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Inadequate Security and Premises Liability," Trial 27 (June 1991): 56-61.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Facility Site Selection and Analysis Through Environmental Criminology," Journal of Criminal Justice 18 (1990): 239-252.

Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert J. Homant, "Predicting Custodial Suicides: Problems with the Use of Profiles," Justice Quarterly 5 (1988): 401-416.

Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert J. Homant (Eds.), Police and Law Enforcement, Vol. 5 (New York: AMS Press, 1987).

Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert J. Homant (Eds.), Police and Law Enforcement, Vol. 4 (New York: AMS Press, 1987).

Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Police Perceptions of Spouse Abuse: A Comparison of Male and Female Officers," Journal of Criminal Justice 13 (1985): 29-47.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "A Theory of Suicide While in Police Custody," Journal of Police Science and Administration 12 (1984): 191-200.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Clinical Sociology and Correctional Counseling," Crime and Delinquency 30 (1984): 269-292.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Contributions of the Social Sciences to Security Education and Practice," Journal of Security Administration 7 (1984): 7-24.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Contributions to Comparative Security," Security Management 28 (July 1984): 119-122.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Transition to Custody as a Factor in Suicides," Corrective and Social Psychiatry 30 (1984): 88-91.

Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert Homant, "Battered Women's Evaluation of the Police Response," Victimology 9 (1984): 174-179.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Implications of the Victimization Syndrome for Clinical Intervention with Victims of Crime," Personnel and Guidance Journal 62 (1983): 219-222.

Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert Homant, "Attitudes of Abused Women toward Male and Female Police Officers," Criminal Justice and Behavior 10 (1983): 391-405.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Violence, the Family, and the Police Response," Revista Cayey 15 (1982): 67-76.

Daniel B. Kennedy and August Kerber, "The Nature of Resocialization," in Richard Larson and Ronald Knapp (Eds.) Readings for Introducing Sociology (New York: Oxford University Press, 1982).

Daniel B. Kennedy and Bruce Kennedy, Applied Sociology for Police (Springfield: Charles C. Thomas, 1972).

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