John Liederbach, Ph.D.

Position: Professor and Internship Program Coordinator


John Liederbach earned his PhD. in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati in 2002.  He was an Assistant Professor at the University of North Texas from 2001-2007 before coming to Bowling Green State university.  His primary research interest is police behavior, and the focus of his published research is police misconduct and crime, varieties of police behavior across community types, racial profiling, and the processing of citizen complaints against the police.  He has also published research on white collar crime, including studies focused on medical malpractice and the mortgage default crisis.  He is co-author of Cyber Crime & Cyber Terrorism (Pearson), Police Administration: Structures, Processes, and Behaviors (Pearson), and Policing: The Essentials (Oxford University Press). See Google Scholar page for list of publications and citations:


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