Attorney, investigator, university professor. Born– November 19, 1930, Dayton, Ohio. Married– Sandra Weeks Hartness, March 24, 1961. Education– University of Maryland, B.S., and J.D.; California State University at Long Beach, M.A., 1968; University of California at Berkeley, D.Crim., 1970. Served as an attorney and investigator for Federal Trade Commission, 1961; taught at California State University, 1971; professor of Criminology at the University of Alabama in Birmingham, 1971-. Member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police; American Society of Criminology, Academy of Criminal Justice Service, California Peace Officers Association, and Phi Alpha Delta.


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