Reid C. Toth
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
Chair, Department of Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Women's Studies
Ph.D. Foundations of Education, University of South Carolina, 1999
M.C.J. University of South Carolina, 1994
B.S. Criminal Justice, University of South Carolina, 1992
Areas of Specialty
Minorities/Special Populations in Criminal Justice
Toth, R.C. (2010). The Orangeburg Massacre: A case study of the influence of social phenomena on historical recollection. Journal of African American Studies. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1007/s12111-010-9125-2
Toth, R. C., Crews, G.A., & Burton, C. E. (Eds.). (2008). In the margins: Special populations and American justice. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
Toth, R.C. (2007) Architect Robert Mills and his influence on criminal justice structural design. Judicature, 90(4), 177-180.
Adams, M. S., & Toth, R. C. (2006). The unanticipated consequences of hate crime legislation. Judicature, 90(3), 129-134.
Maume, M. O., Toth, R.C., & Spears, J. W. (2006). Race in context: The impact of structural factors on racial differences in juvenile court processing. International Review of Modern Sociology, 32(1), 53-73.
Toth, R. C., & Snowden, L.L. (2005). Homeland security’s albatross: Indefinite detention. Journal of Social and Ecological Boundaries, 1(2), 29-52.
Crews, G. A., & Counts (Toth), M. R. (1997). The Evolution of School Disturbance in America. Westport, CT: Praeger.
External funding, $43,200, Toth, R.C., Maume, M.O., & Willis, C. Co-Principal Investigators. Awarded by the North Carolina Governor’s Crime Commission for Evaluation of the Disproportionate Minority Contact Project in New Hanover County. 2004.