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Cody Telep

Asst Professor
Faculty, DTPHX Campus, Mailcode 4420
Asst Professor
Faculty, DTPHX Campus, Mailcode 4420
Biography

Cody Telep is an Assistant Professor in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Arizona State University. He received his Ph.D. from the Department of Criminology, Law and Society at George Mason University in 2013. While at George Mason, he worked as a research associate at the Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy. His recent work has appeared in Crime & DelinquencyJournal of Quantitative Criminology, Journal of Experimental Criminology, and Justice Quarterly

Research Interests
  • The impact of police practices on crime and disorder
  • The relationship between police activities and perceptions of legitimacy
  • The use of evidence-based policies and practices in policing and criminal justice
  • Experimental methodologies in evaluation research
Publications
  • Telep, Cody W. Methodological issues in evaluating police performance. Encyclopedia of criminology and criminal justice (2014).
  • Telep, Cody W., & Weisburd David. Hot spots and place-based policing. Encyclopedia of criminology and criminal justice (2014).
  • Weisburd, David, & Telep, Cody W. The law of crime concentrations at places. Encyclopedia of criminology and criminal justice (2014).
  • Weisburd, David, Groff, Elizabeth R., Yang, Sue-Ming, & Telep, Cody W. Criminology of place. Encyclopedia of criminology and criminal justice (2014).
  • Gill, Charlotte E., Weisburd, David, Telep, Cody W., Bennett, Trevor, & Vitter, Zoe. Community-oriented policing to reduce crime, disorder, and fear and increase legitimacy and citizen satisfaction in neighborhoods. Journal of Experimental Criminology (2014).
  • Telep, Cody W., & Lum, Cynthia. The receptivity of officers to empirical research and evidence-based policing: An examination of survey data from three agencies. Police Quarterly (2014).
  • Telep, Cody W., & Weisburd, David. Generating knowledge: A case study of the National Policing Improvement Agency program on systematic reviews in policing. Journal of Experimental Criminology (2014).
  • Telep, Cody W., Mitchell, Renee J., & Weisburd, David. How much time should the police spend at crime hot spots?: Answers from a police agency directed randomized field trial in Sacramento, California. Justice Quarterly (2014).
  • Telep, Cody W., Weisburd, David Gill, Charlotte E., Teichman, Doron, & Vitter, Zoe. Displacement of crime and diffusion of crime control benefits in large-scale geographic areas: A systematic review. Journal of Experimental Criminology (2014).
  • Weisburd, David, & Telep, Cody W. Hot spots policing: What we know and what we need to know. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice (2014).
  • Weisburd, David, Telep, Cody W., & Lawton, Brian A. Could innovations in policing have contributed to the New York City crime drop even in a period of declining police strength?: The case of stop, question and frisk as a hot spots policing strategy. Justice Quarterly (2014).
  • Weisburd, David, & Telep, Cody W. Police and the microgeography of crime: Scientific evaluations on the effectiveness of hot spots and places. (2014).
  • Telep, Cody W. Flint, Michigan experiment. Encyclopedia of community policing and problem solving (2013).
  • Telep, Cody W. National Crime Prevention Council. Encyclopedia of community policing and problem solving (2013).
Fall 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
CRJ 503Research Methods
Spring 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
CRJ 494Special Topics
Fall 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
CRJ 503Research Methods
Spring 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
CRJ 504Statistical Tools/Criminal Jus
Fall 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
CRJ 503Research Methods
CRJ 516Seminar in Crim Jus Org & Mgmt
CRJ 607Advanced Topics in Policing
Spring 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
CRJ 201Crime Control Policies
CRJ 516Seminar in Crim Jus Org & Mgmt
Fall 2014
Course NumberCourse Title
CRJ 503Research Methods
CRJ 516Seminar in Crim Jus Org & Mgmt
Spring 2014
Course NumberCourse Title
CRJ 201Crime Control Policies
Fall 2013
Course NumberCourse Title
CRJ 201Crime Control Policies
Presentations
  • Telep, Cody W. Discussing displacement: A conversation on the side-effects of hot spots policing. American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting (Nov 2014).
  • Telep, Cody W., Garner, Joel, & Visher, Christy A. The production of criminological experiments revisited: Federal funding and the impact of experiments, 2001–2013. American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting (Nov 2014).
  • Telep, Cody W., Weisburd, David, Gill, Charlotte E., Vitter, Zoe & Teichman, Doron. Displacement of crime and diffusion of crime control benefits in large-scale geographic areas: A systematic review. Campbell Collaboration Colloquium (Jun 2014).
  • Telep, Cody W., & Lum, Cynthia. The impact of departmental and officer characteristics on receptivity to research and evidence-based policing. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting (Feb 2014).
  • Telep, Cody W., & Hibdon, Julie. How unsafe are crime hot spots? An examination of the risk of victimization on high crime street blocks in Seattle, Washington. American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting (Nov 2013).
  • Weisburd, David, Telep, Cody W., & Lawton, Brian. Doing more with less: The crime drop, SQFs and hot spots policing. American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting (Nov 2013).
Service
  • Division of Policing, American Society of Criminology, Secretary-Treasurer (2014 - 2016)
  • American Society of Criminology Student Affairs Committee, Member (2014 - 2015)