Patrick Timothy Kinkade

Professor of Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice
Scharbauer Hall 4210

p.kinkade@tcu.edu | 817-257-7471

Education

Ph.D., Social Ecology, University of California, Irvine, 1990
Emphasis: Criminology and Criminal Justice,
Methodology, Public Policy Development

MA, Psychology, California State University, Los Angeles, 1983
Emphasis: Social/Clinical Psychology

BA, Psychology, University of California, Berkeley, 1981
Emphasis: Experimental Psychology

BA, Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, 1981
Emphasis: Cultural Anthropology

Courses Taught

Critical Thinking (Master’s Program)
Research Writing (Master’s Program)
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Introduction to Sociology
Critical Issues in Criminal Justice
Sociology of Corrections
Community Corrections
Criminology
Law and Society
Crime and the Media
Organized Crime
Research Methods in Sociology
Violence in Society
Victimless Crime
Honors in Criminal Justice
Controversies in Criminal Justice (TCU-MLA)
Japan: Heritage, Culture and Globalization
Japan: Crime, Justice and Social Problems
Crime and Criminal Justice in Scandinavia
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Criminal Violence
Deviance
Institutional Environmental Design

Areas of Focus

Urban Sub-Cultures, Corrections, Organized Crime, Policy Analysis

Kinkade, P., Bachmann, M. and Bachmann, B. (2013). “Hacker Woodstock: Observations on an Off-line Cyber Culture at the Chaos Communication Camp 2011. In T. Holt (Ed.), Crime On-line: Correlates, Causes, and Context. Raleigh, NC: Carolina Academic Press.

Burns, R., Kinkade, P. and Bachman, M. (2011). “Getting Hosed: Petty Theft in the Car Wash Industry and the Fifth Suitability Criterion in Routine Activities Theory.” The Social Science Journal, doi:10.10/j.soscij.20011.09.005

Nhan, J., Kinkade, P. and R. Burns. (2010) “Finding a Pot of Gold at the End of an Internet Rainbow: Further Examination of Fraudulent Email Solicitation.” The International Journal of Cybercriminology, 3(1), 452-475.

“The American Death Penalty” Polzer, K. and Kinkade, P. Poster presented at the annual meetings of the European society of Criminalolgy, Porto, Portugal, 2015.

“Is this the End of Punitive Justice in the US? How New Specialty Courts Fight Prison Overcrowding.” Bachmann, M., Bachmann, B. and Kinkade, P. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the European Society of Criminological,Budapest, Hungary, 2013.

“Assessing the Present Status of Cyber Criminology: Obstacles, Challenges, and Promising Paths.” Bachmann, M., Bachmann, B. and Kinkade, P. Plenary address at the second annual meeting of the South Asian Society of Criminology and Victimology, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, India, 2013.

“Getting Hosed: Petty Theft in the Car Wash Industry and the 5th Suitability Criterion in Routine Activities Theory.” Bachman, M., Kinkade, P. and Burns, R. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA, 2010.

“Who Goes to Jail? An Analysis of Nevada District Court Jail Dispositions.” Leone, M., Kinkade, P. and Mantle, W. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Diego, CA, 2010.

“Who wants to be a Millionaire? The Nature of Fraudulent Internet Opportunity and Solicitation.” Nhan, J., Burns, R. and Kinkade, P. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA, 2009.

“Finding Fit: The Nature of a Successful Faculty Employment Search in Criminal Justice.” Burns, R. and Kinkade, P. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Los Angeles CA, 2006.

“Magic: The Gathering – Identities, Norms and Participation in a Gaming Sub-Culture.” Katovich, M. and Kinkade, P. Paper presented at the Annual Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Minneapolis MN, 2006.

“Straight-Edge: Youth Gang or Disenfranchised Mob?” Manning, E., Leone, M. and Kinkade, P. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada, 2005.

“Returning the Sex Offender to the Community: Starting Over or Starting Trouble?” Kinkade, P. and Leone, M. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Las Vegas, NV, 2004.

Academic Fellow, Foundation for the Defense of Democracies 2012

European Society of Criminology
American Society of Criminology

2011 – 2014: Chair, Department of Criminal Justice TCU
2005 – 2010: Chair, Department of Sociology, Criminal Justice and Anthropology TCU
1993 – 2003: Director of the Criminal Justice Program TCU