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Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert J. Homant, “An Insider View of the Sleeper Cell Terrorist: A Face Validity Study,” manuscript submitted for publication.

Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert J. Homant, “A Social Psychological Perspective on Terrorist Behavior” in Adam Lowther (Ed.) Terrorism (book in press).

Daniel Shoemaker and Daniel B. Kennedy, “Criminal Profiling and Cybercriminal Investigations” in Michael Pittaro and Frank Schmalleger (Eds.) Crimes of the Internet (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, in press).

Daniel B. Kennedy, “Social Psychology of Terrorism” in M. Palmiotto (Ed.) Encyclopedia of International Security (Washington, D.C.: CQ Press, in press).

Daniel B. Kennedy and Jason R. Sakis, “From Crime to Tort: Criminal Acts, Civil Liability, and the Behavioral Sciences,” in David Canter and Rita Zukauskiene (Eds.) Psychology and Law: Bridging the Gap (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., in press).

Daniel B. Kennedy, “Suicide Bombers,” p. 541 in John Fay (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Security Management, 2nd ed. (Boston: Butterworth-Heinemann, 2007).

Daniel B. Kennedy, “A Précis of Suicide Terrorism,.” Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management 3 (2006):1-9. Available at http://www.bepress.com/jhsem/vol3/iss4/2

Daniel B. Kennedy, “Forensic Security and the Law,” pps. 118-145 in Martin Gill (Ed.) Handbook of Security (Houndmills, UK : Palgrave Macmillan, 2006).

Robert Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, “Serial Murder: A Biopsychosocial Understanding,” pps. 189-223 in Wayne Petherick (Ed.) Criminal Profiling and Serial Crime (New York: Academic Press, 2006).

Daniel B. Kennedy, “The Prevention and Management of Workplace Violence,” pps. 379-400, in Adele El-Ayoubi (Ed.) Basic Crime Prevention Curriculum (Ann Arbor, MI: International Society of Crime Prevention Practitioners, 2005).

Daniel B. Kennedy, “Workplace Violence,” pps. 1775-1777 in J. Mitchell Miller and Richard A. Wright (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Criminology, Vol. III (New York: Routledge, 2005).

Daniel B. Kennedy, Robert J. Homant, and Michael R. Homant, “Perception of Injustice as a Determinant of Support for Workplace Aggression,” Journal of Business and Psychology 18 (2004): 323-336.

Daniel B. Kennedy and Richard T. McKeon (Eds.), Jail/Custody Suicide: A Compendium of Suicide Prevention Standards and Resources (Washington, D.C.: American Association of Suicidology, 2004.) Published on American Association of Suicidology website at www.suicidology.org/associations/1045/ files/Jail.pdf.

Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, “The Crisis-Prone Organization as a Factor in Workplace Aggression,” Security Journal 16 (2003): 63-76.

Thomas M. Kelley, Daniel B. Kennedy, and Robert J. Homant, “Evaluation of An Individualized Treatment Program for Adolescent Shoplifters,” Adolescence 38 (2003): 725-733.

Jason R. Sakis and Daniel B. Kennedy, “Avoiding the Exclusive-Remedy Doctrine: When Workers’ Compensation is Not the Only Recourse for Employees Injured by Crime,” Victim Advocate 4 (Winter 2003): 7-10.

Jason R. Sakis and Daniel B. Kennedy, “Violence at Work,” Trial 38 (December 2002): 32-36.

Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, “A Typology of Suicide by Police Incidents,” in Donald C. Sheehan and Janet I. Warren (Eds.) Suicide and Law Enforcement (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, 2001), pp. 577-586.

Daniel B. Kennedy and Michael Witkowski, “False Allegations of Rape Revisited: A Replication of the Kanin Study,” Journal of Security Administration 23 (2000): 41-46.

Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, “Effectiveness of Less Than Lethal Force in Suicide by Cop Incidents,” Police Quarterly 3 (2000): 153-171.

Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, “Suicide by Police: A Proposed Typology of Law Enforcement Officer Assisted Suicide,” Policing 23 (2000): 339-355.

Robert J. Homant, Daniel B. Kennedy, and R. Thomas Hupp, “Real and Perceived Danger in Police Officer Assisted Suicide,” Journal of Criminal Justice 28 (2000): 43-52.

Daniel B. Kennedy and Jason R. Sakis, “Tourist Industry Liability for Crimes Against International Travelers,” The Trial Lawyer 22 (1999): 301-310.

Daniel B. Kennedy, Robert J. Homant, and R. Thomas Hupp, “Suicide by Cop,” FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin 67 (August 1998): 21-27.

Daniel B. Kennedy and R. Thomas Hupp, “Apartment Security and Litigation: Key Issues,” Security Journal 11 (1998): 21-28.

Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, “Psychological Aspects of Crime Scene Profiling: Validity Research,” Criminal Justice and Behavior 25 (1998): 319-343.

Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert J. Homant, “Problems with the Use of Criminal Profiling in Premises Security Litigation,” Trial Diplomacy Journal 20 (1997): 223-229.

Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert J. Homant, “Role of the Criminologist in Negligent Security Cases,” in Wiley Law Publications Editorial Staff (Ed.) 1996 Wiley Expert Witness Update (New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1996), pp. 151-166.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "A Synopsis of Private Security in the United States," Security Journal 6 (1995): 101-105.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Social Control, Crime Prevention, and the Police," Security Journal 6 (1995): 163-170.

Daniel B. Kennedy, “The Expert Advisor: The Violent Crime Gender Gap,” Crime Victims Litigation Quarterly 2 (1995): 7-9.

Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, “Landholder Responsibility for Third Party Crimes in Michigan: An Analysis of Underlying Legal Values,” University of Toledo Law Review 27 (1995): 115-147.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Litigation on Behalf of Tourists Victimized While Traveling Abroad," Trial Diplomacy Journal 17 (1994): 207-212.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Rethinking the Problem of Custodial Suicide," American Jails 7 (January-February 1994): 41-45.

Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Foreseeability of Crime as a Factor in Premises Liability for Negligent Security: Some Definitional and Practical Problems," Trial Diplomacy Journal 17 (1994): 81-87.

Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "The Effect of High Speed Pursuit Policies on Officers' Tendency to Pursue," American Journal of Police 13 (1994): 91-111.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Architectural Concerns Regarding Security and Premises Liability," Journal of Architectural Planning and Research 10 (1993): 105-129.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Precautions for the Physical Security of the Wandering Patient," Security Journal 4 (1993): 1-7.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Premises Liability for Negligent Security," in John Fay (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Security Management (Boston: Butterworth-Heinemann, 1993), pp. 567-570.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Probability, Vulnerability, and Criticality as Architectural Security Considerations," Security Journal 3 (1992): 199-209.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "The Violent Crime Gender Gap," Security Management 36 (October 1992): 56-58.

Daniel B. Kennedy, Robert J. Homant, and John F. Kennedy, "A Comparative Analysis of Police Vehicle Pursuit Policies," Justice Quarterly 9 (1992): 227-246.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Inadequate Security and Premises Liability," Trial 27 (June 1991): 56-61.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Facility Site Selection and Analysis Through Environmental Criminology," Journal of Criminal Justice 18 (1990): 239-252.

Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert J. Homant, "Predicting Custodial Suicides: Problems with the Use of Profiles," Justice Quarterly 5 (1988): 401-416.

Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert J. Homant (Eds.), Police and Law Enforcement, Vol. 5 (New York: AMS Press, 1987).

Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert J. Homant (Eds.), Police and Law Enforcement, Vol. 4 (New York: AMS Press, 1987).

Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Police Perceptions of Spouse Abuse: A Comparison of Male and Female Officers," Journal of Criminal Justice 13 (1985): 29-47.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "A Theory of Suicide While in Police Custody," Journal of Police Science and Administration 12 (1984): 191-200.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Clinical Sociology and Correctional Counseling," Crime and Delinquency 30 (1984): 269-292.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Contributions of the Social Sciences to Security Education and Practice," Journal of Security Administration 7 (1984): 7-24.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Contributions to Comparative Security," Security Management 28 (July 1984): 119-122.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Transition to Custody as a Factor in Suicides," Corrective and Social Psychiatry 30 (1984): 88-91.

Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert Homant, "Battered Women's Evaluation of the Police Response," Victimology 9 (1984): 174-179.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Implications of the Victimization Syndrome for Clinical Intervention with Victims of Crime," Personnel and Guidance Journal 62 (1983): 219-222.

Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert Homant, "Attitudes of Abused Women toward Male and Female Police Officers," Criminal Justice and Behavior 10 (1983): 391-405.

Daniel B. Kennedy, "Violence, the Family, and the Police Response," Revista Cayey 15 (1982): 67-76.

Daniel B. Kennedy and August Kerber, "The Nature of Resocialization," in Richard Larson and Ronald Knapp (Eds.) Readings for Introducing Sociology (New York: Oxford University Press, 1982).

Daniel B. Kennedy and Bruce Kennedy, Applied Sociology for Police (Springfield: Charles C. Thomas, 1972).

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