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Amie M. Schuck, PhD

CLJ Faculty, Director of Undergraduate Studies

Associate Professor

Criminology, Law, and Justice


Building & Room:

Commons N. 2010


1007 W Harrison St.

Office Phone:

(312) 996-5290



Dr. Schuck is a leading expert on child abuse, police-community interaction, technology and comprehensive community initiatives. She was Co-Principal Investigator on the National Police Research Platform, where she focused her attention on a longitudinal study of new police officers and a randomized control trial on police education and training.

Selected Publications

  • Schuck, A.M., Rosenbaum, D.P., & Hawkins, D.F. (2008). The influence of race/ethnicity, social class and neighborhood context on residents’ attitudes toward the police. Police Quarterly, 11(4), 496-519.


PhD, The University at Albany (SUNY), New York

Selected Presentations

  • Roehl, J, Rosenbaum, D.P., Costello, S. K., Coldren, J.R., Schuck, A.M., Kunard, L., Forde, D.R. (2008). Paving the Way for Project Safe Neighborhoods. SACSI in 10 Cities. NIJ Research in Brief. National Institute of Justice. Washington, DC.
  • Winokur, K., Blankenship, J. Cass, E., Hand, G. & Schuck A.M. (2002). Department of Juvenile Justice’s Program Accountability Measures: The 2002 PAM Report. Tallahassee, FL: The Justice Research Center.