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Dr. Zevitz has the second longest tenure among members of the Department of Social and Cultural Sciences. He joined Marquette in 1983, having previously worked for ten years as a Division Director in the Sheriff's Department in San Francisco, California.
His research interests include law enforcement, elderly crime victims, penal reform, and sex offender notification. Dr. Zevitz teaches Introductory Criminology and Introduction to the Law.
- "Sex Offender Placement and Neighborhood Social Integration. 2004. Criminal Justice Studies.
- "Sex Offender Community Notification and its Impact on Neighborhood Life." 2003. Crime Prevention and Community Safety.
- "Sex Offender Community Notification: Assessing the Impact in Wisconsin." 2000 (with Mary Ann Farkas). National Institute of Justice.
- "The Law Enforcement Role in Sex Offender Community Notification: A Research Note." 2000 (with Mary Ann Farkas). Journal of Crime and Justice.