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Diane M. Daane
Professor of Criminal Justice

     Media 311
     (864) 503-5832
     E-mail: ddaane@uscupstate.edu

Degrees

J.D.     University of Missouri - Kansas City

M.S.    Central Missouri State University
            Criminal Justice Administration

B.S.     Oklahoma State University
            Psychology

Areas of Specialty

Corrections
Sexual Assault
Marital Rape
Experiential Education in Criminal Justice
Criminal Law
Women and Crime
Child Sexual Exploitation
Victimology

Awards & Honors

Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society, Induction 2012

Outstanding Faculty/Staff Award, Department of Athletics, 2010

Phi Kappa Phi, Induction 2004          

Who’s Who of American Teachers, 2004 & 1999

Outstanding Advisor for a Student Group Award, 2002

Exemplary Faculty Award, Women’s Studies and Programs, 2001 

Who’s Who of American Women, 1997-2005               

“Doc’s List” Award for Service to USCS Students, 1996

Nations Bank Excellence in Teaching Award, 1995 (Teacher of the Year)

Liberty Bell Award for Outstanding Legal Education and Community Service, Awarded by the Muncie, IN Bar Association in conjunction with Law Day, May 1, 1992

Certificate of Service from Minority Student Development, 1991

Faculty Excellence Recognition by Mortar Board Senior Honor Society, 1988

Selected Scholarship

"Pedophilia." An article forthcoming in The Encyclopedia of Social Deviance, Sage Publications, Inc.

"Prosecuting Pregnant Drug Users." A paper presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Association Annual Meeting in New York, NY, March 2012

"Prosecuting Women Not Good Enough to be Pregnant." A chapter in Flawed Criminal Justice Policies: At the Intersection of the Media, Public Fear and Legislative Response, Carolina Academic Press,  Durham, NC, pages 257-277. 2012.

“Victim Response to Sexual Assault.” A chapter in Sexual Assault: The Victims, the Perpetrators, and the Criminal Justice System, 2nd ed., Carolina Academic Press, Durham, NC, pages 79-111, 2009.

“The Ripple Effect: Secondary Sexual Assault Survivors.” A chapter in Sexual Assault: The Victims, the Perpetrators and the Criminal Justice System, 2nd ed., Carolina Academic Press, Durham, NC, pages 113-132,  2009.

"Marital Rape: Factors Influencing Prosecution." A paper presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Association Annual Meeting in Boston, MA, March 2009.

“Rape: Victims and Survivors.” A chapter in Crisis Intervention in Criminal Justice/Social Service, 4th ed., Charles C. Thomas Publishing Co., Springfield, IL pages 233-267, 2006.

Book review, "Jailbait: The Politics of Statutory Rape Laws in the United States", Criminal Law Bulletin, 2005.

“Victim Response to Sexual Assault.” A chapter in Sexual Assault: The Victims, the Perpetrators, and the Criminal Justice System, Carolina Academic Press, Durham, NC, pages 77-106, 2004.

“The Ripple Effect: Secondary Sexual Assault Survivors.” A chapter in Sexual Assault: The Victims, the Perpetrators and the Criminal Justice System, Carolina Academic Press, Durham, NC, pages 113-131,  2004.

“Marital Rape: Obstacles and Factors Influencing Prosecution.” A paper presented at the Southern Criminal Justice Association Annual Meeting in Raleigh, NC, September 2004.

“Child and Adolescent Violence.” Journal of Orthopaedic Nursing, Vol. 22, No. 1, January/February 2003, pages 23-31.

“Pregnant Prisoners: Health, Security and Special Needs Issues.” A chapter in The Incarcerated Woman, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, pages 61-72, 2003.

“Rape: Victims and Survivors.” A chapter in Crisis Intervention in Criminal Justice/Social Service, 3rd ed., Charles C. Thomas Publishing Co., Springfield, IL pages 260-292, 2002.

“The Problems of Caring for Pregnant Prisoners.” A paper presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting in Atlanta, GA, 2001.

“Criminal Law as Problem Solutions.” A Chapter in Patrol Officer Problem Solving and Solutions, Carolina Academic Press, Durham, NC, pages 107-121, 2000.

“Criminal Law as a Problem Solution.” A paper presentation on the Roundtable: Teaching Patrol Officer Problem Solving and Solutions in Academic Courses at the Southern Criminal Justice Association Annual Meeting in Charleston, SC, 2000.

“The Role of Experiential Learning in Criminal Justice Education.” A paper presented at The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, 1999.

Selected Professional and Community Service

Member, Board of Directors, Piedmont Care, 2003-2013
            Board Secretary/Treasurer 2008

Member, Upstate Citizens’ Advisory Committee to the Judicial Merit Selection Commission, 1997-2007

Criminal Justice Chair, Board of Directors, League of Women Voters of South Carolina, 1999-2003

Member, Citizen’s Advisory Board, Livesay Pre-Release Center, 1997-2003
          Chairperson, 1997-1998

Member, Greenville Tech Criminal Justice Program Advisory Committee, 1998-2001

Corrections Chair, Board of Directors, League of Women Voters of Spartanburg, 1996-1998

Organizer and Chair, Student Panel on Issues in Sexual Violence Towards Women, American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, November 2001

Organizer, Roundtable on Issues and Teaching Strategies in Classes on Sexual Assault, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 2000

Organizer and Chair, Student Panel on Sexual Assault: Legal and Social Issues, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, March 1999

Experience in the Field

Legal Aid of Western Missouri
     Staff Attorney - Municipal Court Defense Unit

United States Department of Justice: Bureau of Prisons
     Legal Intern - General Counsel's Office: Washington, DC
     Law Clerk - Regional Office: Kansas City, MO
 
Ex-Change House
     Weekend Supervisor
     Halfway House for Offenders

Missouri Department of Corrections
     Classification Director - Tipton Pre-Release Center
     Corrections Caseworker - Correctional Center for Women
     Community Corrections Caseworker - Renz Farm

Teaching Experience

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
Ball State University
Muncie, IN

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
Kearney State College
Kearney, NE

 

Department Chair

Dr. Reid C. Toth 
Media 306 
(864) 503-5614

Contact Us
USC Upstate
Department of Sociology, Criminal Justice & Women's Studies
Media, Room 317
800 University Way
Spartanburg, SC 29303
Phone: 864-503-5701
Fax: 864-503-5705
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