Challenges and Related Implications of the American Corrections System
Brian N. Williams is an assistant professor in the Department of Public Administration and Policy at the University of Georgia. His primary research areas relate to race, policing, and public governance. He is currently engaged in a research project that explores the personal and professional journeys of African American law enforcement executives. He is the author of Citizen Perspectives on Community Policing: A Case Study in Athens, Georgia (SUNY Press), and has published articles in a range of academic journals including Public Administration Review, Policy Sciences, Administration & Society, Police Quarterly, Teachers College Record, Global Virtue Ethics Review, and the Journal of Community Psychology.