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Ermus St. Louis

PhD Student

Criminology, Law, and Justice


Building & Room:

4076C BSB


I completed my B.A. in sociology (criminology emphasis) at Northern Illinois University (NIU) and my M.S. in criminal justice at Chicago State University (CSU). My research focuses on police body-worn cameras, and surveillance.

Selected Publications

St. Louis, E., Saulnier, A., & Walby, K. (2019). Police Use of Body-worn Cameras: Challenges of Visibility, Procedural Justice, and Legitimacy. Surveillance & Society, 17(3/4), 305-321.

St. Louis, E. S. (2019). Review of Taylor’s Fight the Power: African Americans and the Long
History of Police Brutality in New York City. Surveillance & Society, 17(3/4), 571-

Saulnier, A., St. Louis, E., & McCarty, W. (2019). Procedural Justice Concerns and Support for BWCs: Turning the Lens to Officer Perceptions. Policing: An International Journal.

McCarty, W., P., St. Louis, E., Enciso, G., et al. (2018). An Evaluation of the Chicago Police Department’s Body-worn Camera Program. Technical Report.


M.S., Chicago State University
B.A., Northern Illinois University