Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice

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Jeffrey L. Schrink, Ed.D.

Personal Data:
Birthdate
: January 27, 1940 
Birthplace: Seymour, Indiana 
Family: Wife - Fran; Daughter - Jana Kimberly; Son - Jeffrey Kyle 
Home Address: 4455 East Northview Avenue, Terre Haute, Indiana 47805 

Education:
1967-1970
Indiana University; Bloomington, IN - Ed.D. Counseling 
1965-1967 Indiana University; Bloomington, IN  - M.S. Counseling 
1960-1963 Eastern Kentucky State Teachers College; Richmond, Kentucky - B. A. 
1958-1960 Franklin College; Franklin, IN 
1960-1958 Shields High School; Seymour, IN

College Distinctions:
Special academic scholarship at Franklin College; Sigma Alpha Epsilon social fraternity; Omicron Alpha Kappa, Junior-Senior Men's academic honorary; graduated cum laude, Eastern Kentucky University; three-year National Defense Education Act fellowship for masters and doctoral work.

Professional Experience:
1981
-2005: Chairman and Professor of Criminology, Indiana State University; Terre Haute, Indiana. 

1976-1981: Chairman and Associate Professor of Criminology, Indiana State University; Terre Haute, Indiana. 

1976-: Acting Chairman and Assistant Professor of Criminology, Indiana State University; Terre Haute, Indiana, during the Spring semester of 1976. 

1973-1977: Assistant Professor of Criminology, Indiana State University; Terre Haute, Indiana. 

1971-1973: Adjunct Assistant Professor, Indiana State University; Terre Haute, Indiana. Taught Correctional Counseling and Correctional Group Therapy. 

1970-1973: Instructor, Evening Division (Psychology Department), Indiana Central College; Indianapolis, Indiana. Taught Introductory Psychology I and II, Personality Theories, Historical and Contemporary Psychology, and Abnormal Psychology. 

1970-1973: Executive Director of Research and Development, Indiana Department of Correction; Indianapolis, Indiana. Responsible for designing, conducting, and documenting research within the Department; making recommendations to the Commissioner concerning findings; and
reviewing for possible approval all research requests by non-Departmental persons. 

1968-1970: Executive Director of Classification and Treatment, Indiana Department of Correction; Indianapolis, Indiana. Responsible for the development and direction of all treatment programs in all of the Department's institutions, facilities, and divisions. 

1965-1968: Graduate Fellowship, National Defense Education Act. (Three years). Selection was based upon academic records, test competition, and personal interviews. 

1963-1965: Public School Teacher, Jennings County Schools; North Vernon, Indiana. Taught at the sixth grade level both years. Responsible for all subject areas except music and art. Class enrollments varied between 43 and 50 students each school year.

Selected Publications:
Biddinger Gregg, Sherry and Jeff Schrink, "Legal Ramifications of Student Internships." Justice Professional, Vol. 10, No. 1, Pp. 61-74. 

Schrink, Jeffrey, "Understanding the Correctional Counselor," in VanVoorhis, Braswell, and Lester's Correctional Counseling and Rehabilitation. Cincinnati, Ohio: Anderson Publishing company, 1997, Pp. 41-60. 

Roy, Sudipto and Jeffrey Schrink, "Juvenile Restitution in the United States: Bringing Justice for Victims." Criminology and Social Integration. Vol 4, No. 1, Pp. 53-59, 1996. 

Hamm, Mark and Jeff Schrink, "The Conditions of Effective Implementation: A Guide to Accomplishing Rehabilitative Objectives in Corrections," an article in Justice and Behavior in 1989 has been reprinted as Chapter 11 in Edward Sbarbaro and Robert Keller (Ed.) Prison Crisis:
Critical Readings. Albany, New York: Harrow and Heston, Publishers, 1995. 

Schrink, Jeff and Edmund Grosskopf, "Drunken Driving: The Search for a Proper Perspective." The Justice Professional. Vol. 9, No. 1 (Winter), Pp. 17-29, 1995. 

Schrink, Jeff, Chris Lester, and Sherry Biddinger Gregg, "Designing a Campus Law Enforcement Internship Program." Campus Law Enforcement Journal. Vol. 23, No. 3, (May-June, 1993), Pp.15-18. 

Schrink, Jeffrey L., Instructor's Manual with Test Items. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1990 (145 pages). To accompany Robert M. Regoli and John D. Hewitt Delinquency in Society. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1990. 

Schrink, Jeff and Mark Hamm, "Misconceptions Concerning Correctional Counseling." The Journal of Offender Counseling, Service and Rehabilitation. Vol. 14, No. 1, 1989, Pp. 133-147. 

Schrink, Jeff, Edmund Grosskopf, and Robert Huckabee, "The Criminal Justice Internship: Current Practices." The Justice Professional. Vol. 4, No. 1 (Spring), 1989, Pp. 82-96. 

Hamm, Mark and Jeff Schrink, "The Conditions of Effective Implementation: A Guide to Accomplishing Rehabilitative Objectives in Corrections." Criminal Justice and Behavior. Vol. 16, No. 2, (June) 1989, Pp. 166-182. 

Schrink, Jeff and Edmund Grosskopf, "Myths in Rape Investigations." The Investigators Journal. Vol. 4 (Fall), 1988, Pp. 49-52. 

Schrink, Jeff, "The Criminal Justice Internship: A Student-Centered Approach." The Justice Professional, Vol. 3, No. 1, 1988, Pp. 144-158. 

Schrink, Jeff, "Understanding the Correctional Counselor," in Lester and Braswell's Correctional Counseling. Cincinnati: Anderson Publishing Co., 1987, Pp. 181-196. 

Schrink, Jeff, (Book Review) The Boundaries of Eros by Guido Ruggiero. New York: Oxford University Press, 1985. Published in The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, Vol. 76, No. 4, 1985, Pp. 1156-1158. 

Schrink, Jeff, Instructor's Manual for Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Justice (by Lotz, Poole, and Regoli). Random House, Inc., 1985. 

Schrink, Jeff, Eric Poole, and Robert Regoli, "Sexual Myths and Ridicule: A Content Analysis of Rape Jokes." Psychology. Vol. 19, No. 1, 1982, Pp. 1-6. 

Schrink, Jeff, (Book Review) Popular Justice by Samuel Walker. New York: Oxford University Press, Inc., 1980. Published in Federal Probation. Vol. 45, No. 1 (March), 1981, Pp. 76-77. 

Schrink, Jeff, (Book Review) Reports for Criminal Courts by Fred Perry. Owen Wells Publishing Co., 1979. Published in Federal Probation. Vol. 44, No. 1 (March), 1980, P. 89. 

Schrink, Jeff, "The Development and Administration of a Correctional Internship Program: A Model." Federal Probation. Vol. 42, No. 4 (December), 1979, Pp. 42-49. 

Schrink, Jeff, (Book Review) Correctional Casework and Counseling by Hayes Hatcher. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1978. Published in Federal Probation. Vol. 43, No. 3 (September), 1979, Pp.74-75. 

Regoli, Robert, Jeff Schrink, and Eric Poole, "Occupational Socialization and Career Development: A Look at Cynicism Among Correctional Workers." Human Organizations. Vol. 38, No. 2, 1979, Pp.183-186. 

Schrink, Jeff and Frances Schrink, "Hangman's Crossing." Indiana Folklore. Vol. XI, No. 1 (Spring Issue), 1978, Pp. 87-97. This article has since been included in a book of readings: (Editor) Linda Degh, Indiana Folklore: A Reader. Indiana University Press, 1980, Pp. 93-103. 

Schrink, Jeff and Edmund Grosskopf, "The Law Enforcement Internship." The Police Chief. Vol. XLV, No. 10, October, 1978, Pp. 37-42. 

Schrink, Jeff, (Book Review) Culture and Crisis in Confinement by Robert Johnson. Lexington, Massachusetts: D. C. Heath and Company, 1976. Published in the Journal of Law and Criminology. Vol. 69, No. 3 (Fall Issue), 1978. 

Schrink, Jeff, (Book Review) The End of Imprisonment by Robert Sommer. New York: Oxford, 1976. Published in Federal Probation. December, 1977, Pp. 69-70. 

Regoli, Robert and Jeff Schrink, "Dogmatism Among Law Enforcement-Oriented, Corrections-Oriented, and Non-Criminology Students: A Replication and Extension." Police Science and Administration. Vol. 5, No. 2, June, 1977, Pp. 232-235. 

Schrink, Jeff, "Strategy for Preparing Correctional Reports," Federal Probation. Vol. 40, No. 4, December, 1976, Pp. 49-55. 

Culbertson, Robert and Jeff Schrink, "The Juvenile Delinquent and His Environment," in Cull and Hardy's Fundamentals of Juvenile Criminal Behavior and Drug Abuse. Charles C. Thomas; Springfield, Illinois, 1975, Pp. 21-49. 

Schrink, Jeff, "Structuring a Student Correctional Research Program," Federal Probation. Vol. 36, No. 4, December, 1972, Pp. 42-47.

Papers Presented:
(With Roy, Sudipto) "Assessing the Internship: A Pilot Study." Midwestern Criminal Justice Association Conference. Indianapolis: September, 1996. I was also responsible for developing a Past Presidents' Reception with an accompanying brochure for the conference. 

"Perceptions of Criminology Program Graduates Concerning Competencies Needed in Criminal Justice Careers." Midwestern Criminal Justice Association Conference. Chicago: October, 1995. 

"Needs and Challenges in the Community's Response to Crime." Also served as a moderator for a panel. Southwest Indiana Correctional Association Annual Conference. Vincennes, Indiana; April 30, 1993. 

"The Latent and Manifest Costs of the Anti-Drunken Driving Crusade." Midwestern Criminal Justice Association. Chicago: October, 1992. 

(With Grosskopf, Edmund) "Automobile Fatalities and Alcohol: What is the Relationship." Midwestern Criminal Justice Association. Chicago; October, 1991. 

(With Grosskopf, Edmund) "Mind the Gap: Why Teaching is the Weak Sister in Higher Education." Midwestern Criminal Justice Association. Chicago; October, 1990. 

"The Birth of a Criminology Department: The ISU Experience." Midwestern Criminal Justice Association. Chicago; October, 1989. 

"Criminal Justice Internships: State of the Art." Ninth Annual Conference, American Society of Security Educators and Trainers; Waterfront Hotel, Indianapolis, Indiana; April, 1989. 

"Moral, Legal, and Ethical Decision-Making in the Criminal Justice Internship." Midwestern Criminal Justice Association Conference. Chicago; October, 1988. 

"Innovations in Criminal Justice Internship Programs." Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. St. Louis; March, 1987. 

"Crime and the Elderly." (Co-author with Robert Huckabee). Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. St. Louis; March, 1987. 

"The Student-Centered Criminal Justice Internship." Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Orlando; March, 1986. 

"Prison Rape: Debunking the Myths." (co-authored with Mark Hamm). Midwestern Criminal Justice Association. Chicago; October, 1985. 

"Intra- and Interracial Rape: A Comparison of Force, Coercion, and Other Situational Variables." (co-authored with James LeBeau). Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Las Vegas; April, 1985. 

"Putting Rape in its Place: Contextual Definitions." (Co-authored with Edmund Grosskopf). Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Las Vegas; April, 1985. 

"Indiana Vigilantism: The Romance and the Reality." Midwestern Criminal Justice Association. Chicago; October, 1984. 

"Forcible Rape: Myths and Myth Making." (co-authored with James LeBeau). Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Chicago; March, 1984. 

"The University-Criminal Justice System Partnership." Indiana Conference of Social Concerns; Fall Conference. Indianapolis; November, 1982. 

"Caseload Management and Supervision Techniques." Indiana Correctional Association; Spring Training Program. Indianapolis; May, 1982. 

"Toward a Theoretical Explanation of the Effects of Occupational Socialization on Prison Guards." (co-authored with Robert Regoli and Ralph Weisheit). Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Oklahoma City; March, 1980.

Selected Consulting Activities:
Jeff Schrink (senior consultant) and Harry Marsh - Security Audit (or Vulnerability Study) of the Gibault School for Boys in Terre Haute, Indiana. Final Report Submitted on October 18, 1996. 

Jeff Schrink - Local Coordinator for a Justice Research and Statistical Association project to audit the automated information system of the Indiana Department of Correction. I was responsible for the data collection stage of the research project. I selected all graduate students and supervised them during data collection. Final Report Submitted in December 1993. 

Jeff Schrink - Evaluation of the Psychology Workshop section of the Law Enforcement Academy Program of the Chicago City-Wide College. Final Report Submitted on August 4, 1986.

Jeff Schrink (senior consultant) and James LeBeau - Evaluation of the Host Homes of Indiana Program. Final Report Submitted on August 2, 1985. 

Jeff Schrink (senior consultant) and Brother Thomas Balthazor - Evaluation of the Jackson County Juvenile Home. Final Report Submitted on November 28, 1980. 

Professional Activities:
Moderator of a panel at the South-Western Indiana Correctional Conference. Vincennes; April, 1993. 

Member of panel entitled, "Selecting a Graduate Program." Midwestern Criminal Justice Association. Chicago; October, 1990. 

Member of panel entitled, "Criminal Justice Education: Innovative Courses and Approaches." Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. St. Louis; March, 1987. 

Chairman of panel entitled, "Nature of Crime." Midwestern Criminal Justice Association. Chicago; 1986. 

Chairman of panel entitled, "Student Internships in Criminal Justice Agencies." Midwestern Criminal Justice Association. Chicago; 1986. 

Chairman of panel entitled, "Criminals, Courts, and Confinement." Midwestern Criminal Justice Association. Chicago; 1985. 

Chairman of the Program Committee for the 1984 Conference. Midwestern Criminal Justice Association. Chicago; 1984. 

Program Chairman and Moderator of the Spring Conference. Indiana Criminal Justice Association. Terre Haute, Indiana; April, 1983. 

Discussant of panel on "Long Range Planning in Criminal Justice." Midwestern Association of Criminal Justice Educators. Indianapolis; October, 1982. 

Chairman of panel on "Care and Treatment of the Mentally Disordered Offender." Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Louisville; March, 1982. 

Chairman of panel on "Crime from the Victim's Perspective." Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Louisville; March, 1982. 

Member, Program Committee for 1981. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Philadelphia; March, 1981 

Member, Nominations Committee for 1980. Midwestern Association of Criminal Justice Educators. 

Founding member of the Indiana Association of Criminal Justice Educators; Spring, 1980. 

Chairman of panel on "Developments in Higher Education and Criminal Justice." Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Oklahoma City; March, 1980. 

Chairman of panel on "Explaining Juvenile Delinquency." Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Oklahoma City; March, 1980. 

Member, Tellers Committee for 1979. Midwestern Association of Criminal Justice Educators. 

Chairman of panel entitled, "Adult Corrections." Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Cincinnati; March, 1979. 

Offices in Professional Organizations:
1984-90
President, Region VI At-Large Chapter, Lambda Alpha Epsilon professional criminology association. 

1984-87 Region III Trustee, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. 

1984-85 President, Midwestern Criminal Justice Association. 

1983-85 Board Member, Indiana Criminal Justice Association. 

1983-84 First Vice-President, Midwestern Criminal Justice Association. 

1982-83 Second Vice-President, Midwestern Criminal Justice Association. 

1982-83 Vice-President, Indiana Association of Criminal Justice Educators. 

1980-82 Secretary/Treasurer, Midwestern Association of Criminal Justice Educators. (Two terms). 

1980-82 President, Indiana Association of Criminal Justice Educators.(Two Terms). 

-1980 Interim President, Indiana Association of Criminal Justice Educators. (Three months). 

Community Service:
1997-
Member, Board of Directors of the Wabash Valley Crime Stoppers program. Elected May 1997. 

1996- Board of Directors, Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Reappointed by Governor Evan Bayh. 

1995- Elected by the Board Members to the position of Secretary of the Board of Directors of the Indiana State University Federal Credit Union. 

1993-96 Board of Directors, Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Appointed by Governor Evan Bayh. 

1989- Elected Chair, Steering Committee of the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (Oct. 1989-present). 

1989-92 Reappointed to the Executive Committee of the Indiana criminal Justice Institute for a three-year term by Governor Evan Bayh. 

1988- Charter Member, U. S. Penitentiary (Terre Haute) Community Relations Board. Appointed by Warden Calvin R. Edwards. 

1988- Elected by the membership to the Board of Directors of the Indiana State University Federal Credit Union. 

1986-89 Appointed and Commissioned by Governor Robert Orr to the Executive Committee of the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute for a three-year term which expires on April 1, 1989. 

1984-86 Member, Board of Directors, (local) Host Homes of Indiana Program. 

1984- Member, Research and Information Consortium of the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. 

1976-77 Member, Indiana Correctional Research Advisory Committee. Provided advice and consultation to the Indiana Department of Correction concerning research matters. 

1975-80 Chairman, Vigo County Criminal Justice Task Force. 

1974-77 Vice Chairman, Legal Advisory Sub-Committee of the Region VII Drug Abuse Planning Committee. 

1976-80 Chairman, Advisory Board, Indiana Criminal Justice Planning Agency, Region VI. 

1974-76 Member, Advisory Board, Indiana Criminal Justice Planning Agency, Region VI. 

1973-77 Member, Board of Directors, Terre Haute Big Brother-Big Sister (formerly Youth Service Bureau). 

1972-75 Member, Governor's Region II Community Corrections Committee. This committee worked toward the establishment of a correctional community treatment center in Fort Wayne, Indiana.