Phone: 620-235-4325 Fax: 620-235-4338
Roy F. Janisch was born and raised on the Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Tribe, (Oyate) in northeastern South Dakota. During high school, Roy enlisted the U.S. Army as a Military Police Officer and received specialized training in security, surveillance, and investigations. After the military, Roy attended the University of South Dakota where he obtained a B.S. in criminal justice and psychology, then a Master of Public Administration. He has worked as a law enforcement specialist and management analyst in Washington, DC, and as a federal criminal investigator specializing in drug enforcement and interdiction operations throughout Indian Country. Roy is a life-long learner and returned to school where he earned a Ph.D. in Law and Social Sciences from Arizona State University.
Ph.D., Justice Studies, Arizona State University, 2004MPA, Public Administration, University of South Dakota, 1992BS, Criminal Justice/Psychology, University of South Dakota, 1991
JUST 104 Introduction to Justice StudiesJUST 223 Basic Interviewing and Counseling SkillsJUST 328 Police and SocietyJUST 528 White Collar CrimeJUST 591 Native American Sovereignty and LawJUST 702 Community PolicingJUST 671 Justice Studies Internship JUST 695 Senior Seminar in Justice Studies
Faculty Advisory for Justice Studies Student Association (JSSA)Faculty Advisory for Native American Student Association (NASA)Co-Advisor for Association of Certified Fraud Examination (ACFE) Minor Coordinator for Bachelor of Integrated Studies (BIS): Fraud Examination Co-coordinator for the Minor in Fraud Investigation (In Progress) Board of Directors Family Life CenterBoard of Directors Horses of HopeMilitary, Federal, State, and Tribal Police Officer and Criminal Investigator
InterestsIndian Gaming, Interviewing/Interrogation, Policing and Management, Criminology, Symbolic Interaction, Native American Sovereignty and Law, At-Risk Youth, White Collar Crime, Correctional Studies, Curriculum Development, Fraud Examination, and Gangs.
Professional InterestsCriminology, Criminal Justice, Policing and Management, Interviewing, Interrogation, Symbolic Interaction, Native American Sovereignty and Law, Indian Gaming, White Collar Crime, Curriculum Development, Fraud Examination, Corrections, Program Assessment and Gangs.
John M. Johnson, Francisco Alatorre, David Berg, Roy Janisch, Elizabeth McLin, Andrey Melnikov, Jennifer Murray, Scott Renshaw, Timothy Rowlands, Kyrsten Sinema (2012), Imagining Imagination, in Norman K. Denzin (ed.) Studies in Symbolic Interaction (Studies in Symbolic Interaction, Volume 39), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.227-250
O’Bryan, D., Janisch, R., and Kelley, M. The Development of an Interdisciplinary Minor in Fraud Examination. The Journal of Forensic Studies in Accounting and Business. Volume 1, Number 2 November 2009. Georgia Southern University.
Roy F. Janisch. Sovereignty, Indian Gaming, and Economic Development on the Lake Traverse Reservation of the Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Tribe (Oyate) American Behavioral Scientist. Volume 50, Number 3: pp. 353-372 November 2006. Sage Publication.
Altheide, David L. with Barbara Gray, Roy Janisch, Lindsey Korbin, Ray Maratea, Debra Neill, Joseph Reaves, Felicia Van Deman. News Constructions of Fear and Victim: An Exploration Through Triangulated Document Analysis. Journal of Qualitative Inquiry. Vol. 7, Number 3: pp. 304-322 June 2001. Sage Publications.
Wounded Knee: 1890 and 1973: Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity, and Society. Editor, Schaefer, Richard T., 2006. Sage Publications.
Sioux: Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity, and Society. Editor, Schaefer, Richard T., 2006. Sage Publications.
Assistant Professor of Justice StudiesDept. of History, Philosophy, and Social Sciences320 Russ HallPittsburg State University1701 S. BroadwayPittsburg, KS 66762U.S.A620-235-4346 office phone620-235-4338 firstname.lastname@example.org