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Roberto Hugh Potter, Ph.D., University of Central Florida
All components of the criminal and juvenile justice systems and allied community-based organizations.

Faculty Members
Kenneth Adams - policing, corrections, juvenile justice, evaulation
Robert Bohm - death penalty, sentencing
Kristina Childs - juvenile justice, health issues, evaluation
Robert Ford - policing, personnel selection
Jacinta Gau - policing, quantitative methods
Stephen Holmes - sex offenders, policing
Kareem Jordan - juvenile justice, disproportionate minority contact
Robert Langworthy - policing, community
Karol Lucken - corrections
Eugene Paoline - policing, organizational climate, less than lethal technologies
Roberto Hugh Potter - corrections, re-entry, juvenile justice, organizations
K. Michael Reynolds - criminal justice technology, evaluation
Jeffrey Rosky - corrections, quantitative methods, health issues, ealuation
Lee Ross - domestic violence/IPV, race and the CJ system
Joseph Sanborn - juvenile justice, sentencing
Raymond Surette - media and crime, jails, evaluation
R. Cory Watkins - policing
Ross Wolf - policing, use of force, police training, tourism policing

Contact Info
Primary Contact: Roberto Hugh Potter - Director of Research
Post Office Box 161600
Orlando, FL 32816-1600
Phone: 407-823-1487
Website Address:

Center/Researcher Information
  • Number of Faculty: 17 Researc
  • Certified in Human Subjects Training (e.g., citi tran): Yes
  • Justice Agencies likely to collaborate with:
    All OJP offices and bureaus, NIC, CDC, NIDA, SAMHSA/OAS
    All state and local criminal and juvenile justice agencies and allied community-based providers.

  • Type of Outreach/Activities Engages In:
    We have a variety of media outlets available through the university.

  • Grant Writing Expertise: Yes

  • Past sources of research funding:
    BJA/SAMHSA, NIJ, Florida Departments of Health, local government agencies.

  • Current Projects:
    Evaluation of Orlando Police Department's IRIS Camera Use;
    Evaluation of the Seminole County Sheriff's Office Juvenile Programs;
    Osceola County Drug Court Expansion Project;
    Orange County MISTERS Replication Project

  • Indirect Cost Rates:
    45% Federally Negotiated Indirect Rate.

    State and Local governments and agencies may negotiate lower rates.

  • Number of Graduate Research Assistants: 10 - 12
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