David E. Carter, PhD - Full Bio
David E. Carter joined the Criminology and Criminal Justice Department at SOU in 2008. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati. Dave served in the U.S. Army for 8 years prior to attending school. He has published works in the Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency in the area of life-course research, as well as in the Corrections Compendium, where he wrote about U.S. inmate populations. He also provides consultation and evaluations for correctional programs in the area of effective interventions and evidence-based programming.
Dr. Carter joined the ETHOS Consulting Team in 2019 to provide analysis, impressions, and mentorship for the analytical data collected as part of the ETHOS Academy. Dr. Carter is committed to the success of professionals in the Criminal Justice industry through educational support and testing of concepts implemented as part of The ETHOS Academy.
Michael W. Staropol
Attorney at Law
“As a lawyer who has represented hundreds of police officers over the past 25 years I can sincerely vouch for the genuine need for ETHOS training in today’s police agencies. The current social climate creates a very difficult atmosphere for the men and women who have taken the oath and risk their lives every day in order to keep our communities safe. Law enforcement agencies themselves need to stand up, take responsibility, and shoulder the burden for providing the training and leadership that will enable today’s officers to bridge the gap between their employment requirements and community expectations.”