ASU School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
You are here: Home About us Bios Charles Katz

Charles Katz

Faculty Profile: Charles Katz, Ph.D

Criminology and Criminal Justice





Office: NHI 1 Suite 200
Phone: (602) 496-1471

Director, Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety

ASU Directory Profile

Vita | Google Scholar

Truman State University, B.A
University of Nebraska-Omaha,M.A., Ph.D

Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety
500 N. 3rd Street, NHI 1, Suite 200
Phoenix, Arizona 85004-2135


Courses taught:


Fall 2013

  • CRJ 462 Gangs

Spring 2013

  • CRJ 603 Advanced Research Design


Recent Publications:

  • Armstrong, Todd, Gaylene S. Armstrong, and Charles M. Katz. In Press. “Testing the influence of community characteristics on school misconduct.” Justice Quarterly.
  • Armstrong, Todd, Charles M. Katz, and Stephen Schnebly. In Press. “The relationship between citizen perceptions of collective efficacy, crime, and victimization.”  Crime & Delinquency.
  • White, Michael D. and Katz, Charles M. (2013). In Press. “Policing convenience store crime: Lessons from the Glendale, Arizona Smart policing Initiative.” Police Quarterly
  • 2013    Katz, Charles M., Danielle Wallace, and Eric Hedberg. “The temporal impact of foreclosure on neighborhood crime and disorder.” Journal of Research in Crime & Delinquency, 50, 3: 359 - 389.
  • Katz, Charles M., Andrew Fox, Chester Britt, and Phillip Stevenson. (2012). “Understanding Police Gang Data at the Aggregate Level: An Examination of the Reliability of National Youth Gang Survey Data.”  Journal of Justice Research and Policy, 14, 2: 103-128.
Document Actions
Personal tools