LOUIS H. ALBERT
218 Dorchester Road
Akron, Ohio 44313-7807
Personal Information Date
of Birth: 2/23/47
Married, two children
Ph.D., Public and International Affairs;
Public Policy and Research Analysis. Expected(Never):
University of Pittsburgh,
Currently ABD Not Now
Master of Arts, Urban Studies
The University of Akron
Received May 1983
Bachelor of Arts
The University of Akron
Received December 1969
January 1995 - 5/5/95 Lecturer, Behavioral Sciences Department, Walsh
University, 2020 Easton St. N.W., North Canton, Ohio 44720-3396
July 1990 - 5/5/95 Visiting Instructor, Department of Criminal
Justice Studies, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio 44242-0001
August 1989 - July 1990 Visiting Instructor and Director of the Computer
Lab, Department of Urban Studies, University of Akron, Akron, Ohio 44325.
Member graduate faculty.
June - July 1988 Instructor, Department of Urban Studies, University
of Akron, Akron, Ohio 44325. Member graduate faculty.
January 1987- June 1988 Instructor, Department of Political Science/Criminology
and Criminal Justice, three semester appointment, Niagara University, Niagara
University, New York 14109.
1985 - Spring 1986 Ph.D. Research Assistantship in the Graduate
School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh.
Duties include administrative responsibility for computer usage in school
as well as to assist with research as assigned by supervising professor.
Summer 1985 Instructor, The General College, University of Pittsburgh.
1984 - 1985 Ph.D. Fellowship in the Graduate School
of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh. Duties
included assisting in teaching Research Methods and Introduction
to Computers at the Masters level.
Summer - Fall 1983 Research Assistant for National Institute of Justice
Grant: Improving Correctional Classification. Duties included data gathering,
coding and analysis, State University of New York at Binghamton.
1982 - 1983 Graduate Assistant in the Department
of Urban Studies, The University of Akron, as statistical assistant. Duties
included instruction in graduate level statistics, preparing and grading
Spring 1982 Internship with Sheriff's Department,
Summit County, Ohio. Duties included statistical analysis of jail
Related Academic Experience:
1994 Moderator Panel "Persistent Problems
for Police Officers and Agencies." 1994 Annual meeting, Academy of
Criminal Justice Sciences. March 8 - 12, 1994.
1992 Convener Roundtable "Violence and
the City." 22nd Annual Meeting, Urban Affairs Association. April
29 - May 2, 1992.
1991 Moderator Panel "Pariahs of Policing."
1991 Annual Meeting, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. March 5 - 9
1990 Convener Panel "Law Enforcement
Management." Region VI Conference, American Association for Public Administration.
October 4 - 7, 1990.
Moderator Panel "Race and Ethnicity: New Faces on Old Problems."
20th Annual Meeting, Urban Affairs Association. April 18-21, 1990.
Academic Areas of Expertise:
Research Methodology; Policy Analysis; Criminal Justice Policy; Organizational
Theory; Systems Theory; Decision Making; Corrections and Punishment; Urban
development; Urban, regional planing; and Network Analysis.
Statistical analysis, extensive use of SAS, SPSS, SYSTAT and microcomputers.
Includes 24 graduate hours of course work in statistics and methods.
1971 - 1995 President and founder of F/Stop Camera
Corporation, Akron, Ohio. Duties included overseeing daily operations,
purchasing, personnel and finances. F/Stop Camera is a combination Photo
supply and film processing lab. It has ten employees and sales in excess
of $700,000. per annum.
Summer 1994 Administrative Analyst Office of Federal
Probation, Northern District of Ohio, 310 Lakeside Avenue, NW, Suite
400, Cleveland, Ohio 44113. (216) 522-2200
November 1993 Wrote Federal
grant application "Police Hiring Supplemental Program" for Barberton Police
Department, Barberton, Ohio 44201.
Nov. 1992 - May 1995 Human Diversity Instructor Ohio Peace
Officer Training Council, P.O. Box 309, London, Ohio 43140.
Aug. 1992 - May 1995 Consultant Copley Township Police
Department, Copley Township, Ohio, 1540 South Cleveland-Massillon Road,
Copley, Ohio 44321.
Aug. 1992 - Dec. 1993 Member Assessment Center Team Walter
W. Lippert & Associates, 2316 Kemper Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio 45206.
Feb. 1992 - Sept. 1992 Human Diversity Instructor Ohio
Association of Chiefs of Police, Inc., 6277 Riverside Drive, Dublin, Ohio
Aug. 1989 - May 1992 Project Director Justice Center, City
of Barberton, Barberton, Ohio 44201.
May 1987 - June 1988 Scientific Staff Erie County Sheriff's
Department, 10 Delaware Ave, Buffalo, New York 14202-3999
Sept. 1984 - Dec. 1988 Jail Statistician Consultant. Most recently
installed a computerized management system. Summit County Sheriff's Office,
53 E. Center Street, Akron, Ohio 44308
Nov. 1983 - Sep. 1984 Jail Statistician, Duties included a monthly
complication of inmate statistics and other management information as needed.
Supervised civilian employees in booking area on a 24 hour basis.
Summit County Sheriff's Office, 53 E. Center Street, Akron, Ohio
1973 Dec. 1988 Certified Ohio Peace Officer
Deputy Sheriff, Summit County Sheriff's Office, Summit County, Ohio.
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences
The American Correctional Association
American Society for Public Administration
Albert, Louis H. Managers of the Arts, By Paul DiMaggio. Reviewed in
The Journal of Cultural Economics, Vol 13. no. 2, December 1989.
Doreian, Patrick & Louis H. Albert. "Partitioning Political Actor
Networks: Some Quantitative Tools for Analyzing Qualitative Networks."
Journal of Quantitative Anthropology, Vol 1:279-291, December 1989.
Albert, Louis H. and Walter F. Markowski. "Non-traditional Hiring of
Police Officers in a Small Department." Paper presented at the 1994 national
meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 8 - 12, 1994.
Albert, Louis H. "Projections for Public Safety Justice Facilities:
Barberton, Ohio." Paper presented at the 1992 national meeting of the Academy
of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 10 - 14, 1992.
________. "Citizen Satisfaction with Police and Police Response."
Paper presented at the 1991 national meeting of the Academy of Criminal
Justice Sciences, March 5 - 9, 1991.
________. "Police Stress and Organizational Formalization: Explaining
Individual Responses by Organizational Traits." Paper presented at
the 1990 national meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences,
March 13 - 17, 1990.
Doreian, Patrick & Louis H. Albert "Triangulation Network Analytic
Tools for a Single Social Network." Paper presented at the Sixth
Annual Sunbelt Social Network Conference, Santa Barbara, February 14-16,1986.
Albert, Louis H. "A Report on Intra-Organizational Communications."Prepared
for Keith A Koening, Chief Probation Officer, U.S. District Court, Northern
District of Ohio, September 1994.
________ "Report to the Chair: Survey of NASP A (National Association
of Schools of Public Administration) programs on Thesis Non-Thesis
Options." Prepared for Department of Urban Studies, The University of Akron,
________. "Summit County Jail: Inmate Analysis." Monthly report prepared
for the Sheriff, County Council, County Executive and Federal Jail Monitor,
Summit County, Ohio, December, 1983 - December 1988.
________. "Inmate Management Computer System: Recommendations for Purchase."
Report Prepared for Sheriff, County Council and County Executive, Summit
County, Ohio, July 1987.
________. "Inmate Population Project: Recommended Total Bed Capacity
for the Proposed Summit County Jail." Prepared for the Summit County Jail
Planning Committee, July 1984.
________. "Summit County Jail: An Analysis of Inmates." Prepared for
the Summit County Jail Planning Committee and the Federal District Court,
Northern Division Easter District for Ohio, May 1983.
________. "Cost/Benefit Analysis: Computerized Information Inmate Management
System" Prepared For the Summit County Sheriff, December 1982.
Albert, Louis H. "Public Safety Justice Facilities Study for City of
Barberton, Ohio. Prepared for the Director, Public Safety, City of Barberton,
Barberton, Ohio September 1991.
________. "Interim-report to the Committee: Justice Facilities Study
for the City of Barberton." Prepared for the Justice Facility Committee,
City of Barberton, Barberton, Ohio July, 1990.
Voinovich Architects and Criminal Justice Planners, "Criminal Justice
System Housing Requirements: Muskingum County, Ohio." Report prepared for
the County Commissioners, Muskingum County, Ohio, August 1989.
________. "Criminal Justice System Housing Requirements: Adults and
Juveniles, Medina, County, Ohio." Report prepared for County Commissioners,
Medina County, Ohio, July, 1989.
________. "North Carolina, Western Tri County Jail Planning Report"
Report prepared for the County Commissioners, Cherokee, Clay, and Grahm
Counties, North Carolina, August, 1988.
________. "Criminal Justice System Housing Requirements: Ashland County,
Ohio" Report prepared for County Commissioners, Ashland, County, Ohio,
________. "Criminal Justice System Housing Requirements: Hamilton County,
Ohio" Report prepared for County Commissioners, Hamilton, County, Ohio,
________. "Jacksonville, Florida: A Study of Incarceration Alternatives"
Report Prepared for the Duval County Commissioners, Duval County, Florida,
Walsh University Soc:
212A Criminal Justice
Kent State University Criminal Justice Studies
12000 Introduction to Criminal Justice
22100 Basic Interviewing
22300 Police Role in Contemporary Society
22400 Criminal Justice Methodology
37311 Minorities in Criminal Justice
44411 Varieties of Police Work
46706 Juvenile Justice
47211 Court Functions
The University of Akron
1100:115 Institutions in the United States
1100:116 Institutions in the United States
3980:610 Urban Politics
3980:673 Computer Applications for Urban Research
3980:680 Selected Topics In Urban Studies
CRJ260 Prosecution and Defense
CRJ310 Senior Research Methods
CRJ375 Community Corrections
CRJ390 Field Experience in Criminal Justice
CRJ490 Senior Thesis
University of Pittsburgh PA803 Research
Methods in Public Administration
Remember that I ended in 1995!