Professor of Criminal Justice
- Ph.D., Washington State University
- M.A., Washington State University
- B.A., Seattle University
Dr. Hochstein joined the Radford University faculty in 2000.
Spring 2014 Schedule
CRJU-495, Critical Perspectives in Crim. Just., 9:00-9:50 MWF
CRJU-495, Critical Perspectives in Crim. Just., 10:00-10:50 MWF
CRJU-495, Critical Perspectives in Crim. Just., 12:00-12:50 MWF
CRJU-630, Organizational Theory, 6:00-9:00 M
Office Hours: 8:30-9:00, 11:00-12:00, and 5:00-6:00 Mondays; 8:30-9:00 and 11:00-12:00 Wednesdays; and by appointment
Dr. Hochstein's research interests include elder abuse, identity theft, evaluation research, cooperative community programs between criminal justice agencies and non-profit organizations, and collaborative domestic violence programming.
Recent Professional Activities
Dr. Hochstein has conducted extensive research on domestic violence programming and interdisciplinary elder abuse initiatives.
Recent publications include:
- "Screening out Criminal Offenders: An Evaluation of Crime-Free Multi-Family Housing in Tacoma," with Quint C. Thurman, in Contemporary Policing: Controversies, Challenges, and Solutions (2004, Roxbury Publishing, edited by Quint C. Thurman and Jihong Zhao);
- "The Social Worker in the Criminal Justice System: Community or System Advocate?", appearing in Law Enforcement Executive Forum (2003, vol. 3, no. 3, pp. 23-37);
- “Policing Coordinated Domestic Violence Victims Services in a Rural Northwest County,” with Quint Thurman, in Police Quarterly (2006, vol. 9, no. 4, pp. 448-462);
- “Problem Solving and Crime Prevention,” with Quint Thurman, in Police Problem Solving (2004, edited by Quint Thurman and JD Jamison).