Dr. Brett Garland is the head of the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Missouri State University. He coordinates undergraduate certificates on criminal investigations and terrorism and national security. He has published articles and book chapters that cover topics on stress and burnout in the criminal justice system, behavioral strategies in correctional settings, prisoner reentry and public opinion on crime and justice issues.
Garland formerly served as a pre-release coordinator with the Indiana Department of Corrections and currently sits on the Board of Directors for the American Probation and Parole Association.
CRM 210 Introduction to the American Criminal Justice System
Criminologist Dr. Brett Garland answers questions about online master's degrees in criminology and criminal justice.
Criminologist Dr. Brett Garland weighs in on the rejected bills.
Criminologist Dr. Brett Garland addresses plans to increase police presence and activity.
Criminologist Dr. Brett Garland addresses the challenges of reentry for incarcerated individuals.
Criminologist Dr. Brett Garland talks about project to map trends of domestic violence across the state.
Criminologist Dr. Brett Garland shares study about how view of God affects support for prisoners reentry into society.