Comparative Criminal Justice and Deviant Behavior
J.D. Jamieson has been teaching comparative criminal justice, legal philosophy and history of criminal justice, and research methods in the Department of Criminal Justice at Texas State University-San Marcos since 1986. His experience includes service as a counterintelligence agent in the US Army Counterintelligence Corps, service in Louisiana law enforcement and expert testimony in the criminal courts, and work in the state prison system in Texas. Dr. Jamieson's current research and scholarship interests include geoprofiling applications, police problem solving, security management and victim service in Thailand, and a new edition of a textbook on deviant behavior.