Daniel B. Kennedy, Ph.D
Forensic Criminology Associates
1664 Rolling Woods Drive
Troy MI, 48098
Extensive experience evaluating premises liability and law enforcement issues around the country.
Received his B.A. in Sociology in 1967, his M.A. in Sociology in 1969, and his Ph.D. in Educational Sociology in 1971 from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan.
He has been a professor, and former chair, in the Department of Criminal Justice and Security Administration at the University of Detroit Mercy since 1977. Prior to that date, he was a probation officer, police academy director, and professor at the College of the Virgin Islands. He has served as an occasional guest lecturer at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia, and lectures on a regular basis in specialized seminars sponsored by the Detroit Police Department.
In addition, he has made formal presentations to the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA), Defense Research Institute (DRI), American Bar Association (ABA), International Chiefs of Police (IACP), state bar associations, and numerous other groups. A graduate of the National Crime Prevention Institute, he is designated a Certified Protection Professional by the American Society for Industrial Security.
He strives to keep current in his areas of expertise by continuing to do research, to publish, and to participate in continuing education.
Forensic Criminology Associates has had extensive experience evaluating premises liability and law enforcement issues around the country. When assisting in litigation, the company attempts to maintain a balance of consulting for both plaintiff and defense. Following are some of the areas in which Forensic Criminology Associates has consulted and testified:
- Apartment buildings
- Educational institutions
- Fast food outlets
- Parking lots
- Retail stores
- Shopping centers
- Sports stadia
- Tourism and tourist facilities
- General business settings and others
- High speed vehicle pursuit
- Use of force
- Jail suicide
- Correctional mental health and health care issues
Forensic Criminology Associates has had active involvement in over 700 cases throughout the United States and the Caribbean. Many have been nationally publicized high-profile cases involving damages reaching several millions of dollars. Testimony has been provided in over 90 trials to date.
Forensic Criminology Associates personnel have had a variety of non-litigation assignments involving the planning of security operations, the evaluation of existing systems, and the provision of highly specialized research services on a specially designed basis.
- June 1971 Ph.D. Educational Sociology. Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan.
- December 1969 M.A. Sociology. Wayne State University.
- June 1967 B.A. Sociology. Wayne State University.
- Border Wars–Narco Terrorism, Mendez & Mendez Training Consultants, Detroit Chapter of ASIS International, Walsh College, October 2012.
- Terrorism: Islamic Extremism and Its Effects on Detroit, FBI Detroit Field Office, ITT TechnicalInstitute, June 2012.
- Faculty Development Workshop, Center for Homeland Defense and Security, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, August 2011.
- Michigan Board of Social Work in-service training for 2010 relicensing, including suicidal behavior, mood and panic disorder, Asperger’s syndrome, chronic misbehavior, and substance abuse.
- Terrorism, Crime and Business: Legal and Security Liability Issues, Center for Terrorism Law, St. Mary’s University, Houston, April 2009.
- Protective Measures Training for Executive and Employee Level Personnel in the Public/Private Sector, Department of Homeland Security, Detroit, June 2008.
- Evolution of Islamic Politics, Philosophy and Culture in the Middle East and Africa, Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa, Washington, D.C., April 2008.
- Emergency Mental Health: Assessment and Treatment, Cross Country Education, Sterling Heights, MI, September 2007.
- Forensic Nursing, PESI Health Care, Livonia, MI, August 2007.
- Forensic Science and Grave Excavation, Oakland Police Academy, Auburn Hills, MI, June 2007.
- Federal Bureau of Investigation Citizen’s Academy, Combined Regional Emergency Services Training Center, Auburn Hills, MI, May 2007.
- Urbanization and Security, International Police Executive Symposium, Dubai Police Headquarters, United Arab Emirates, April 2007.
- Defeating Terrorism, Foundation for the Defense of Democracies and Tel Aviv University, locations throughout Israel, June 2006.
- Medicolegal Investigation of Death, Wayne State University School of Medicine and Michigan State Police, Dearborn, April 2006.
- Department of Homeland Security Frontline Responder Train-the-Trainer Course, Institute for Security Studies, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, November 2005.
- Prevention and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents, Michigan State Police Hazardous Materials Training Center, Lansing, February 2005.
- Soft Targets Awareness Training: Malls and Shopping Centers, Department of Homeland Security and State of Michigan, Detroit, October 2004.
- Suicidology 101, American Association of Suicidology, Santa Fe, April 2003.
- Threat Assessment Seminar, U.S. Secret Service and U.S. Department of Education, Chicago, June 2002.
- Working with Special Needs Offenders, American Correctional Association, May 2002.
- Managing Problem Employees, American Society for Industrial Security and Century College, Internet Online course, June 2000.
- International Perspectives on Crime, Justice and Public Order, John Jay College of Criminal Justice and University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, June 2000.
- Street Survival 2000, Calibre Press, Lansing, May 2000.
- Correctional Health Care, National Commission on Correctional Health Care, Ft. Lauderdale, November 1999.
- Personality Disorders in Social Work Practice, Heritage Professional Education, Troy, May 1999.
- Risk Management: Protecting People, Property, and Profits, Institute of Real Estate Management, National Association of Realtors, Chicago, LRM 402, October 1998.
- Psychiatric Emergencies: How to Accurately Assess and Manage the Patient in Crisis, Professional Education Systems, Health Care Division, Novi, September 1998.
- Visitor Safety: Seventh Annual Tourism and Security Seminar, Las Vegas Convention Authority, Metropolitan Police Department and Security Chiefs Association, Las Vegas, May 1998.
- Gaming Protection, American Society for Industrial Security and World Gaming Congress, Las Vegas, October 1997.
- Facility Security, American Management Association, Detroit, September 1997.
- Suicide: Prevention, Assessment, Treatment, Professional Development Institute, Ann Arbor, April 1997.
- Sexual Violence: Perpetrators and Victims, Specialized Training Services, Dearborn, May 1995.
- Shopping Center Security Management, International Council of Shopping Centers, East Lansing, June 1993.
- Lodging Security Workshop, American Society for Industrial Security, Reno, May 1993.
- Legal Remedies for Crime Victims Against Perpetrators, National Victim Center/U.S. Department of Justice, San Diego, December 1991.
- Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Workshop, National Crisis Prevention Institute, Detroit, December 1991.
- Safety and Security in Parking Operations, Institutional and Municipal Parking Congress, Pittsburgh, July 1991.
- The Integrity Interview, John E. Reid & Associates, Detroit, January 1991.
- Workshop on Police Liability, Americans for Effective Law Enforcement, San Francisco, November 1989.
- Mediation and the Sociological Practitioner, Sociological Practice Association, Ann Arbor, June 1989.
- Physical Security Workshop, American Society for Industrial Security, Orlando, February 1989.
- Physical Security Workshop, Richard Kobetz Associates, Chicago, April 1987.
- Certified Protection Professional Review Program, American Society for Industrial Security, Orlando, April 1984.
- Loss Prevention Planning in Corporate Environment, National Crime Prevention Institute, University of Louisville, August 1983.
- Certified Protection Professional (CPP). Board Certified in Security Management, American Society for Industrial Security. Certified by examination, November 1984. Recertified 2009. Currently, designated “Lifetime CPP.”
- Certified Sociological Practitioner (CSP). Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology. Certified by demonstration, June 1990.
- Licensed Master’s Social Worker (LMSW). State of Michigan, License No. 001443.
- Certified Police Academy Instructor. Michigan Law Enforcement Officers Training Council.
September 2011 to present
Teaching Homeland Security and Profile/Threat Assessment
June 1997 to present
Forensic Criminology Associates, Inc.
As principal consultant, I provide security consultant services to both the public and private sectors. Consulting expert and testifying expert services are also offered to attorneys involved in premises security litigation. Specifically, crime foreseeability, standards of care, and causation issues are addressed. Use of force, police pursuits, jail suicide, health care services, failure to protect, and other conditions of confinement issues are also reviewed. I have had active involvement in over 1,000 cases throughout the United States, Mexico, and the Caribbean and have been certified by court as expert in over 100 cases reaching trial both at state and federal level. I had been offering these services individually since about 1985.
Emeritus Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice
University of Detroit Mercy
The title of Professor Emeritus was bestowed on me in 2008 by the President and Deans of the University of Detroit Mercy for Distinguished Scholarship and Outstanding Teaching. In further recognition of my services to the University, I was appointed Grand Marshall of the 2008 University commencement ceremony.
January 1977 to May 2008
Professor, Department of Criminal Justice and Security Administration
University of Detroit Mercy
My initial appointment was as Assistant Professor in charge of the undergraduate program in Criminal Justice. This entailed teaching on both the undergraduate and graduate levels, student advisement and a complete revision of the undergraduate curriculum.
I was promoted to Chairman in May of 1978 and held that position until June of 1993. Duties included faculty recruitment, administration of two off-campus programs as well as for the main campus, course scheduling and new program development. I designed and administered the Master of Science in Security Administration program and the Bachelor of Science in Human Resources Development along with my criminal justice duties. I was promoted to Associate Professor on August 16, 1980, and granted tenure in September 1982. Promoted to Professor in September 1986.
I have served as a Senator on the University Student-Faculty Senate, Chairman of the Rank and Tenure Committee of the School of Education and Human Services, as a member of the Dean's Council, as the elected faculty member of the School of Education and Human Services to the University Planning Committee, and as a member of the President's Honorary Doctoral Recipient Committee.
Sample of courses taught:
- Terrorism and Homeland Security
- Seminar in Criminology
- Profiling and Threat Assessment
- Theory of Law Enforcement
- Forensic Criminology
- Comparative Security
- Workplace Violence
- Seminar in Security Problems
- Principles of Security Administration
- Introduction to Corrections
- Evaluation of Security Programming
- Introduction to Criminal Justice
- Criminology and Penology
- Introduction to Police Administration
- Multicultural Understanding
- Socialization and Social Control
- Research Methodology
- Criminal Justice and Community Relations
- Senior Seminar: Theory and Research in Criminal Justice
August 1975 to August 1976
- Assistant Professor of Social Sciences and Director
- Criminal Justice Program - College of the Virgin Islands
- St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands 00801
December 1973 to June 1975
- Head, Research and Development to Criminal Justice Institute -
- Wayne State University
- Detroit, MI 48202
June 1972 to December 1973
- Administrator, Government Relations Department to
- Campbell-Ewald Company
- Detroit, MI 48202
July 1971 to June 1972
- Director to Macomb County Criminal Justice Training Center
- Mt. Clemens, MI 48043
September 1968 to July 1971
- Probation Officer, Adult Division to Recorder's Court
- Detroit, MI 48226
While attending college, I was also employed as an analyst for the Research and Development Bureau, Detroit Police Department, as inmate counselor for the US Bureau of Prisons, Detroit Prerelease Guidance Center (halfway house), and as an Urban Renewal Fieldworker for the City of Detroit.
- Service on doctoral dissertation committees at Wayne State University and Bond University (Australia).
- Advisory Board, Forensic Psychology Series, Praeger Publishers.
- Visiting lecturer, FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia.
- Special Deputy Sheriff, Wayne County Sheriff’s Office (Detroit).
- Administrative Reserve Deputy, Oakland County Sheriff’s Department.
- Member, National Workplace Violence Guideline Committee, American Society for Industrial Security.
- Consultant, Center for Information Assurance, University of Detroit Mercy (designated a Center of Academic Excellence by the National Security Agency).
- Secured Member, Michigan InfraGard chapter.
- Member, Subcommittee on Homeland Security, Detroit Chapter, American Society for Industrial Security.
- Peer reviewer, “Out-of-Custody Offender Suicide” research grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2002.
- Consultant to Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office on school security issues and police conduct review methodologies, 2001-2002.
- Periodic consultant to such news organizations as CNN, Reuters, AP, 20/20, Detroit News, Detroit Free Press, and Macomb Daily on crime and security-related issues.
- Reader for Prentice-Hall and Butterworth manuscripts in areas of crime, criminology, and security administration.
- Reviewer of academic manuscripts for Journal of Criminal Justice, Justice Quarterly, Journal of
- Security Administration, and American Journal of Police.
- Criminal Justice and Security Administration curriculum development at various colleges and universities.
- Consultant to State of Massachusetts in area of correctional program development.
- Consultant to Virgin Islands Law Enforcement Planning Commission; member, Task Forces on Crime Prevention and Corrections.
- Participation in evaluation of such activities as public detoxification programs (Detroit) and predelinquent diversion programs (Macomb County Juvenile Court, Michigan).
- Research and testimony in arbitration hearings representing Detroit Police Officers Association, Detroit
- Police Lieutenants and Sergeants Association, Flint Police Officers Association, Toledo Patrolmen's Benevolent Association.
- Training in premises liability, victimology, custodial suicide prevention, and security measures provided to Detroit Police Department, Taylor Police Department, Oakland County Sheriff's Department, and Wayne County Sheriff's Department.
- Premises liability and loss prevention seminars for shopping center security directors (e.g., The Taubman Co., Forest City Enterprises).
- Editor for security content, Institute for Real Estate Management, IREM Smart Partners Program: Better Properties Through Stronger Communities (Chicago: National Association of Realtors, 1994).
- Consultant, Greektown Casino LLP, Detroit, police and security issues.
- Consultant, Wayne County Sheriff’s Department, policies and procedures. Evaluation of “Last Call” program.
- Approved Candidate, Fulbright Senior Specialists Roster.
- Design and implementation of 15 credit Correctional Officer Training Certificate for Michigan Department of Corrections.
- Member, Subcommittee F-12.20 on Premises Security, American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), 1993-1995.
- Field assessor, Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Fairfax, Virginia.
- Recipient, University of Detroit "Faculty Award for Excellence," 1989.
- Executive Committee Member, Mayor's Anticrime Project, City of Detroit, 1984.
- Member, Downtown Detroit Security Executive Council. Chairman of Education Committee 1985- 1988.
- Member, Advisory Committee, 21st Century Camp, New Detroit, 1992.
- Member, Board of Directors, International Foundation for Protection Officers, 1988 to 1995.
- Special Commendation, Michigan House of Representatives, for efforts on behalf of Proposal B, Crime Victims Rights, Amendment to Michigan Constitution, December 24, 1988.
- Associate Editor, Journal of Security Administration. Named "Associate Editor of the Year" 1988.
- Editorial Boards, Journal of Physical Security and Global Security Studies.
- Corecipient of American Society for Industrial Security Foundation grant to develop screening device for line-level security officers, 1988.
- Member, Standing Committee on Academic Programs, American Society for Industrial Security. Committee Chairman, 1985-1988. Named "Chairman of the Year" 1985.
CURRENT AND PAST MEMBERSHIPS:
- International Academy of Investigative Psychology
- Academy of Behavioral Profiling (former Chair of Ethics Committee)
- American Society for Industrial Security
- International Society of Crime Prevention Practitioners
- International Council of Shopping Centers
- American Hotel and Motel Association (past)
- Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology
- Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences
- American Society of Criminology
- International Association of Chiefs of Police
- American Correctional Association
- American Jail Association
- Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics
- American Association of Suicidology (former Co-Chair, Jail Suicide Task Force)
- National Crime Victim Bar Association
- International CPTED Association
- Dennis Savard and Daniel B. Kennedy, “Responding to Intimate Partner Violence in the Workplace,” Security Journal (in press).
- Daniel B. Kennedy, “Applications of Forensic Sociology and Criminology to Civil Litigation,” Journal of Applied Social Science 7 (2013): in press.
- Daniel B. Kennedy, “Evolving Practice Parameters of Forensic Criminology,” in Stephen Morewitz and Mark Goldstein (Eds.), Handbook of Forensic Sociology and Psychology (New York: Springer, in press).
- Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy “Does No Good Deed Go Unpunished? The Victimology of Altruism,” pps. 193-206 in Barbara Oakley, Ariel Knafo, Guruprasad Madhavan and David Wilson (Eds.), Pathological Altruism (New York: Oxford University Press, 2012).
- Daniel B. Kennedy, Robert J. Homant, Erick Barnes, and Megan Howell, “Homeland Security and Sleeper Cell Terrorists: A Comparison of Insider and Outsider Perceptions,” pps. 255-294 in K. Shienbaum (Ed.), Can America Maintain Its Political, Military, and Economic Preeminence? Sixteen Key Challenges (Lewiston, NY: Mellen Press, 2011).
- Daniel B. Kennedy, “Foreword,” pps. xv-xvii in Wayne Petherick, Brent Turvey, and Claire Ferguson, Forensic Criminology (New York: Elsevier, 2010).
- Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert J. Homant, “Forensics in the Field: The Example of Profiling,” pps. 77- 99 in Martine Herzog-Evans (Ed.) Transnational Criminology Manual, Vol. 3 (Netherlands: Wolf Legal Publishers, 2010).
- Daniel B. Kennedy, “Terrorists Behind Bars,” American Jails 23 (August 2009): 31-39.
- Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, “Understanding Serial Sexual Murder: A Biopsychosocial Approach,” pps. 311-349 in Wayne Petherick (Ed.) Serial Crime: Theoretical and Practical Issues Behavioral Profiling 2nd ed. (Burlington, MA: Academic Press, 2009).
- Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert J. Homant, “A Social Psychological Perspective on Terrorist Behavior,” pps. 149-172 in Adam Lowther and Beverly Lindsay (Eds.) Terrorism’s Unanswered Questions (Westport, CT: Praeger Security International, 2009).
- Daniel Shoemaker and Daniel B. Kennedy, “Criminal Profiling and Cybercriminal Investigations,” pps. 456-476 in Michael Pittaro and Frank Schmalleger (Eds.) Crimes of the Internet (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 2009).
- Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert J. Homant, “An Insider View of the Sleeper Cell Terrorist: A Face Validity Study,” Journal of Applied Security Research 3 (2008): 325-350.
- Daniel B. Kennedy and Jason R. Sakis, “From Crime to Tort: Criminal Acts, Civil Liability, and the Behavioral Sciences,” pps. 119-142 in David Canter and Rita Zukauskiene (Eds.) Psychology and Law: Bridging the Gap (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2008).
- Michael J. Witkowski and Daniel B. Kennedy, “Breaking New Ground: An Historical Look at the Master of Science in Security Administration Degree at the University of Detroit Mercy,” Journal of Applied Security Research 3 (2007): 123-140.
- Robert J. Homant, Daniel B. Kennedy, and Warren Evans, “Evaluating ‘Last Call’: A Program Directed at Outstanding Drunk Driving Warrants,” Police Quarterly 10 (2007): 394-410.
- 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 (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006).
- Robert Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, “Serial Murder: A Biopsychosocial Understanding,” pps. 189- 223 in Wayne Petherick (Ed.) Serial Crime: Theoretical and Practical Issues in Behavioral Profiling (Burlington, MA: 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.
- Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, “The Role of Hostile Attribution in Support for Workplace Aggression,” Psychological Reports 92 (2003): 185-194.
- 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. Reprinted in Victim Advocate 1 (Spring 2000): 6-9.
- 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. Reprinted in Curt Bartol and Anne Bartol (Eds.), Current Perspectives in Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2006), pps. 45-53. Reprinted in Robert Keppel (Ed.) Offender Profiling, 2nd ed. (Stamford, CT: Thomson Learning, 2006), pps. 321-336.
- 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. Reprinted in Crime Victims’ Litigation Quarterly 4 (November, 1997): 1, 4-7.
- 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. Cited by Michigan Supreme Court in MacDonald v. PKT, Inc., 464 Michigan 322 (2001). Cited by Michigan Supreme Court in Mason v. Royal Dequindre Inc., 455 Michigan 391 (1997).
- 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, "Citizen Preferences and Perceptions Concerning Police Pursuit Policies," Journal of Criminal Justice 22 (1994): 425-435.
- 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. Reprinted as Chapter 2, Part 1, in Jurg Mattman, Steven C. Kaufer and Jean Chaney (Eds.) Premises Security and Liability (Laguna Beach, CA: Workplace Violence Research Institute, 1997), pps. 2-1 to 2-12.
- Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Risk Taking As a Factor in Police Pursuit," Journal of Social Psychology 134 (1994): 213-221.
- 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.
- Reprinted as Chapter 6, Part 1, in Jurg Mattman, Steven C. Kaufer and Jean Chaney (Eds.)
- Premises Security and Liability (Laguna Beach, CA: Workplace Violence Research Institute, 1997), pps. 6-1 to 6-29.
- 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, review of "Suicide Behind Bars: Prediction and Prevention" by D. Lester and B. Danto in Criminal Justice and Behavior 20 (1993): 306-310.
- Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Sensation Seeking as a Factor in Police Pursuit," Criminal Justice and Behavior 20 (1993): 293-305.
- Daniel B. Kennedy, "Probability, Vulnerability, and Criticality as Architectural Security Considerations," Security Journal 3 (1992): 199-209. Reprinted as Chapter 12, Part 1, in Jurg Mattman, Steven C. Kaufer and Jean Chaney (Eds.) Premises Security and Liability (Laguna Beach, CA: Workplace Violence Research Institute, 1997), pps. 12-1 to 12-19.
- Daniel B. Kennedy, "The Violent Crime Gender Gap," Security Management 36 (October 1992): 56-58. Reprinted in American Society for Industrial Security Standing Committee on Lodging Security (Eds.), Tactics That Work: An Overview of Security Management (Alexandria, VA: American Society for Industrial Security, 1997) pps. 91-93.
- 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, "Cocaine-Related Violence," Protection Officer News 6 (April 1990): 3.
- Daniel B. Kennedy, "Facility Site Selection and Analysis Through Environmental Criminology," Journal of Criminal Justice 18 (1990): 239-252.
- Daniel B. Kennedy, "Is Our Professionalism on Trial?" Security Management 34 (April 1990): 136.
- Daniel B. Kennedy, Robert J. Homant, and George Emery, "AIDS Concerns Among Crime Scene Investigators," Journal of Police Science and Administration 17 (1990): 12-19.
- Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Developing a Test for Security `Common Sense': A Preliminary Report," Security Journal 1 (1990): 270-275.
- Daniel B. Kennedy, "Case Your Space: Security Managers can use Environmental Criminology to Select the Safest Sites," Security Management 33 (April 1989): 47-52.
- Daniel B. Kennedy, Robert J. Homant, and George Emery, "AIDS Concerns Among Crime Scene Investigators," in International Association of Chiefs of Police (Ed.) Criminal Investigation (Arlington: International Association of Chiefs of Police, 1989).
- Daniel B. Kennedy, Robert J. Homant, and George Emery, "AIDS and the Crime Scene Investigator," The Police Chief 56 (December 1989): 19-23.
- 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, "Subjective Factors in Clinicians' Judgments of Insanity: A Comparison of a Hypothetical and an Actual Case," Professional Psychology 18 (1987): 439-446.
- Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Subjective Factors in the Judgment of Insanity," Criminal Justice and Behavior 14 (1987): 38-61.
- Daniel B. Kennedy et al., "About the Security Degree - Are We Losing It?" Journal of Security Administration 9 (1986): 7-20.
- Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert J. Homant, "Security Managers' Attitudes Toward Locus of Responsibility for Crime," Psychological Reports, 59 (1986): 199-205.
- Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Judgment of Legal Insanity as a Function of Attitude Toward the Insanity Defense," International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 8 (1986): 67-81.
- Robert J. Homant, Daniel B. Kennedy, Thomas M. Kelley, and Michael Williams, "Ideology as a Determinant of Views on the Insanity Defense," Journal of Criminal Justice 14 (1986): 37-46.
- Daniel B. Kennedy, Thomas M. Kelley, and Robert J. Homant, "A Test of the `Hired Gun' Hypothesis in Psychiatric Testimony," Psychological Reports 57 (1985): 117-118.
- Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert J. Homant, "Security Managers Take a Look in the Mirror," Security Management 29 (February 1985): 67-71.
- Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Determinants of Expert Witnesses' Opinions in Insanity Defense Cases," in Susette M. Talarico (Ed.), Courts and Criminal Justice (Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1985).
- Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Definitions of Mental Illness as a Factor in Expert Witnesses' Judgments of Insanity," Corrective and Social Psychiatry 31 (1985): 125-130.
- Robert Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy (Eds.), Police and Law Enforcement, Vol. 3 (New York: AMS Press, 1985).
- 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.
- Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "The Effect of Prior Experience on Expert Witnesses' Opinions," Criminal Justice Review 10 (1985): 18-21.
- 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, "Detecting Deception or Deceiving Ourselves?" Security Management 27 (March 1984): 96-98.
- Daniel B. Kennedy, "Theft by Employees," Security Management 28 (September 1984): 171-174.
- Daniel B. Kennedy, "Transition to Custody as a Factor in Suicides," Corrective and Social Psychiatry 30 (1984): 88-91.
- Daniel B. Kennedy, review of "Assaults within Psychiatric Facilities" by J. Lion and W. Reid (Eds.) in American Journal of Psychiatry 141 (1984): 1119-1120.
- Daniel B. Kennedy, review of "Security and Loss Control" by N. Bottom and J. Kostanoski in Journal of Security Administration 6 (1984): 74-75.
- Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert Homant, "Battered Women's Evaluation of the Police Response," Victimology 9 (1984): 174-179.
- Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert Homant, "Personnel Managers and the Stigmatized Employee," Journal of Employment Counseling 21 (1984): 89-94.
- Daniel B. Kennedy, Robert J. Homant, and Roger Fleming, "The Effect of a Crime Prevention Survey on Citizens' Behavior," Journal of Security Administration 7 (1984): 31-38.
- Roger Fleming, Robert J. Homant, and Daniel B. Kennedy, "The Role of the Police Specialist: An Evaluation of an Evidence Technician Program," Police Studies 7 (1984): 45-48.
- Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "A Content Analysis of Statements about Policewomen's Handling of Domestic Violence," American Journal of Police 3 (1984): 265-283.
- Robert J. Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "The Effect of Victimization and the Police Response on Citizen's Attitudes Toward Police," Journal of Police Science and Administration 12 (1984): 323-332.
- 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, "Toward a Clarification of the Police Role as a Human Services Agency," Criminal Justice Review 8 (1983): 41-45.
- 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).
- Robert Homant and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Attitudes Toward Ex-Offenders: A Comparison of Social Stigma," Journal of Criminal Justice 10 (1982): 346-355.
- Thomas Kelley and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Assessing and Predicting the Competency of Juvenile Court Volunteer Probation Officers," Journal of Criminal Justice 10 (1982): 383-391.
- Daniel B. Kennedy, Crime and Justice in Greater Detroit (Washington, DC: University Press of America, 1981).
- Daniel B. Kennedy and Robert Homant, "Nontraditional Role Assumption and the Personality of the Policewoman," Journal of Police Science and Administration 9 (1981): 346-355.
- Daniel B. Kennedy and Thomas Kelley, "The Swinging Pendulum of Correctional Reform," Criminal Justice Review 6 (1981): 44-47.
- Thomas Kelley and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Some Cautions for the Future of Criminal Justice Research," The Police Chief 47 (February 1980): 57-61.
- Daniel B. Kennedy, review of "The Investigators: Managing FBI and Narcotics Agents" by James Q. Wilson in Contemporary Sociology 8 (1979) 612-614
- Thomas Kelley and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Education/Training of Criminal Justice Personnel: Some Thoughts and Reflections," The Police Chief 45 (August 1978): 60-63.
- Daniel B. Kennedy (Ed.), The Dysfunctional Alliance: Emotion and Reason in Justice Administration (Cincinnati: Anderson Publishing Co., 1977).
- Daniel B. Kennedy, review of "Police Background Characteristics and Performance" by Bernard Cohen and Jan Chaiken, in Contemporary Sociology 4 (1975): 266.
- Daniel B. Kennedy and August Kerber, Resocialization: An American Experiment (New York: Human Sciences Press, 1973).
- Thomas Kelley and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Validation of a Selection Device for Volunteer Probation Officers," Journal of Criminal Justice 1 (1973): 171-172.
- Daniel B. Kennedy, "In-Service Training as a Key to Police Professionalism," The Peace Officer 14 (June 1972): 17-20.
- Daniel B. Kennedy and Bruce Kennedy, Applied Sociology for Police (Springfield: Charles C. Thomas, 1972).
- Daniel B. Kennedy and Jerome Rozycki, "Professional Training for the Corrections Practitioner," Michigan Corrections Association Report 2 (September 1972): 84-86.
- Thomas Kelley and Daniel B. Kennedy, "Delinquency Prevention and College Student Para-Professionals," Journal of Volunteer Administration 6 (1972): 22-41.
- Daniel B. Kennedy, "The Relationship between Pre-Riot Crime and Riot Activity," The Police Chief 38 (July 1971): 58-60.