Areas of Expertise:
- Morality and the law
- History of Criminal Justice
- The criminality of drugs in the U.S.
- Juvenile Justice
- PhD in Administration of Justice with a PhD minor in Research in Educational Foundations (research and statistics), University of Southern Mississippi
- M.S. in Criminal Justice emphasis in Juvenile Justice Master’s minor in Psychology, University of Southern Mississippi
- A Profile of the Mississippi Law Enforcement Officer: An Alcohol Consumption Study
Selected Professional Experience:
- Senior Agent with the Mississippi Alcoholic Beverage Control
- Project Director for the Region III Underage Drinking Prevention Initiative (Grant funded by SAMHSA)
- Assistant Professor Troy University
Selected Publications (if applicable):
Lindsay, V., & Rush, J. (2016). Alabama's Criminal Justice System. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.
Lindsay, V. (2014). What was ever wrong with witchcraft anyway? Journal of International Criminal Justice Research, 1, 233-242.
Lindsay, V., & Greenberg, M. A. (2013). The evolution of the need for establishing a national certification program for criminology/criminal justice majors. Journal of the Institute of Justice and International Studies (13), 129-139.
Lindsay, V., & Shelley, K. (2009). Social and stress-related influences of police officers' alcohol consumption. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 24(2), 87-92. http://link.springer.com/journal/11896
Lindsay, V., Taylor, W. B., & Shelley, K. (2008). Alcohol and the police: An empirical examination of a widely-held assumption. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 31(4), 596-609. www.emeraldinsight.com/journal/pijpsm
Lindsay, V. (2008). Police officers and their alcohol consumption: Should we be concerned? Police Quarterly, 11(1), 74-87. http://pqx.sagepub.com/
Lindsay, V. (2006). Factors that predict freshmen college students' preference to drink alcohol. Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education. http://www.jadejournal.com/home.aspx