Selected Publications

Academic Article

Year Title Altmetric
2018 A Systematic Social Observation Study of Police De-Escalation TacticsPolice Quarterly.  21:509-543. 2018
2018 Investigating perceptions of race and ethnic diversity among prospective police officersPolice Practice and Research.  19:490-504. 2018
2018 Prison employment and post-traumatic stress disorder: Risk and protective factorsAmerican Journal of Industrial Medicine.  61:725-732. 2018
2018 The importance of external stakeholders for police body-worn camera diffusionPolicing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management.  41:448-464. 2018
2018 Examining Body-Worn Camera Integration and Acceptance Among Police Officers, Citizens, and External StakeholdersCriminology and Public Policy.  17:649-677. 2018
2018 Overcoming the Challenges of Experimental Research: Lessons From a Criminal Justice Case Study Involving TASER ExposureEvaluation Review.  42:358-385. 2018
2018 Exploring the potential for body-worn cameras to reduce violence in police-citizen encountersPolicing.  12:66-76. 2018
2018 One Size Doesn’t Fit All: The Deployment of Police Body-Worn Cameras to Specialty UnitsInternational Criminal Justice Review2018
2017 A response to the letter “Sleep Problems in Prison Employees” submitted to the American Journal of Industrial MedicineAmerican Journal of Industrial Medicine.  60:1102-1103. 2017
2017 The Decision to Become a Police Officer in a Legitimacy CrisisWomen and Criminal Justice.  27:250-270. 2017
2017 The negative impact of prison work on sleep healthAmerican Journal of Industrial Medicine.  60:449-456. 2017
2017 Assessing citizen perceptions of body-worn cameras after encounters with policePolicing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management.  40:689-703. 2017
2016 Officer Perceptions of Body-Worn Cameras Before and After Deployment: A Study of Three DepartmentsPolice Quarterly.  19:275-302. 2016
2015 Forensic reporting of TASER exposure: An examination of situational and exposure characteristicsJournal of Clinical Forensic Medicine.  35:4-8. 2015
2015 An exploration of crime by policewomenPolice Practice and Research.  16:79-93. 2015
2014 Criminal Propensity, Social Context, and Recidivism: A Multilevel Analysis of Interactive RelationshipsCriminal Justice and Behavior.  41:300-317. 2014
2014 Drink, drive, go to jail? A study of police officers arrested for drunk drivingJournal of Crime and Justice.  37:356-376. 2014

Education And Training

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Criminology, Arizona State University 2017
  • Full Name

  • Natalie Todak