Profile

William Pizio

Departments and Positions:
Justice & Policy Studies, Associate Professor of Justice & Policy Studies
Phones:
School Extension 316.2127
Credentials:
State University of New York at Alfred, AA, '85
State University of New York at Albany, BA, '88
State University of New York at Albany, MA, '95
State University of New York at Albany, PHD, '09
Utica College, MA, '13
Biography:

Courses taught:

  •  JPS 200 – Criminal Procedure
  •  JPS 202 – Law Enforcement and Police Roles
  •  JPS 204 – Courts: Prosecution and Trial
  •  JPS 270 – Interpersonal Communication
  •  JPS 310 – Public Management and Organizational Theory
  •  JPS 330 – Criminal Investigation
  •  JPS 339 – Research Methods
  •  JPS 445 – Police Culture and Brutality
  •  JPS 480 – Capstone Seminar
  •  CTIS 250 – Fundamentals of Cybersecurity and Computer Forensics

Research Interests:

  •  Police and the Use of Force
  •  The Relationship Between the Police and the Public
  •  The Use of Technology by Police and their Constitutional Implications

Recent Works:

  • Police Officers’ Encounters With Disrespectful Citizens, LFB Publishing