Jeremy Carter

Jeremy Carter

Assistant Professor
School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Office: BS 4081
Phone: 317-274-4170

Curriculum Vitae
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Academic positions held

  • Assistant Professor, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, 2013-Present
  • Assistant Professor, University of North Florida, Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice, 2011-2013
  • Research Specialist, Michigan State University, School of Criminal Justice, 2004-2011


  • Ph.D., Criminal Justice, Michigan State University, 2011
  • M.S., Criminal Justice, Michigan State University, 2006
  • B.A., Criminal Justice, Michigan State University, 2004

Courses taught

  • SPEA-J 321 American Policing
  • SPEA-J 439 Crime and Public Policy
  • SPEA-J 666 Criminal Justice and Public Safety Policy Evaluation

Peer-reviewed journal articles

  • Carter, J. G., Carter, D. L., Chermak, S., & McGarrell, E. (Forthcoming, 2016). Law enforcement fusion centers: Cultivating an information sharing environment while safeguarding privacy. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology.
  • Carter, J. G., Lewandowski, C., & *May, G. (Forthcoming, 2016). Disparity between fusion center web content and self-reported activity. Criminal Justice Review.
  • Carter, J. G. & Grommon, E. (2016). Police as alert responders? Lessons learned about perceived police roles and responses from pretrial GPS supervision of domestic violence defendants. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice. DOI: 10.1093/police/paw009
  • Carter, J. G. (2016). Institutional pressures and isomorphism: The impact on intelligence-led policing adoption. Police Quarterly. DOI: 10.1177/1098611116639536.
  • Carter, J. G., Grommon, E. & Harris, P. (2016). From conceptual to operational: Over-the-air-programming of land mobile radios. Physical Communication. DOI:10.1016/j.phycom.2016.01.007.
  • Carter, J. G. & Binder, M. (2016). Firearm violence and effects on concealed gun carrying: Large debate and small effects. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. DOI: 10.1177/0886260516633608.
  • Carter, D. L. & Carter, J. G. (2016). Effective police homicide investigations: Evidence from seven cities with high clearance rates. Homicide Studies, 20(2), 150-176.
  • Carter, J. G. & Grommon, E. (2015). Officer perceptions of the impact of mobile broadband technology on police operations. Policing & Society. DOI:10.1080/10439463.2015.1112388.
  • Salvemini, A., Piza, E., Carter, J. G., Grommon, E. & Merritt, N. (2015). Integrating human factors engineering and information processing approaches to facilitate evaluations in criminal justice technology research. Evaluation Review, 39(3), 308-338.
  • Carter, J. G. & Phillips, S. W. (2015). Intelligence-led policing and forces of organizational change in the United States. Policing & Society, 25(4), 333-357.
  • Carter, J. G. (2015). Intelligence analysis within U.S. law enforcement agencies: Empirical insights from a national sample. Journal of Intelligence Analysis, 22(3), 1-24.
  • Carter, J. G. (2015). Inter-organizational relationships and law enforcement information sharing post-September 11, 2001. Journal of Crime and Justice, 38(4), 522-542.
  • Lewandowski, C. & Carter, J. G. (2014). End-user perceptions of intelligence dissemination from a state fusion center. Security Journal. DOI:10.1057/sj.2014.38.
  • Carter, J. G., Phillips, S. W. & Gayadeen, S. M. (2014). Implementing intelligence-led policing: An application of loose-coupling theory. Journal of Criminal Justice, 42(6), 433-442.
  • Carter, J. G. & Grommon, E. L. (2014). Wireless broadband for municipal police: Evaluating clearance times of calls for service. Police Quarterly, 17(3), 226-249.
  • Chermak, S., Carter, J. G., Carter, D., McGarrell, E., & Drew, J. (2013). Law enforcement’s information sharing infrastructure: A national assessment. Police Quarterly, 16(2), 211-244.
  • Carter, J. G. & Rip, M. (2013). Homeland security and public health: A critical integration. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 24(5), 573-600.
  • Carter, J. G. & Gore, M. (2013). Conservation officers: A force multiplier for homeland security. Journal of Applied Security Research, 8(3), 285-307.
  • Carter, J. G., Carter, D. L. & Chermak, S. (2013). Intelligence training. Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 13(2), 1-18.
  • Carter, J. G. & Carter, D. L. (2012). Law enforcement intelligence: Implications for self-radicalized terrorism, Police Practice and Research, 13(2), 138-154.
  • Carter, D. L. & Carter, J. G. (2009). Intelligence-led policing: Conceptual considerations for public policy. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 20(3), 310-325.
  • Carter, D. L. & Carter, J. G. (2009). The intelligence fusion process for state, local and tribal law enforcement. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 36(12), 1323-1339.
  • Carter, J. G. (2008). The structure and function of public-private partnerships for homeland security. Homeland Security Review, 2(3), 235-251.


  • Carter, J. G. (2013). Intelligence-Led Policing: A Policing Innovation. El Paso, TX: LFB Scholarly. ISBN-13: 978-1-59332-627-2

Peer-reviewed book chapters

  • Carter, J. G. & Chermak, S. (2012). Evidence-Based Intelligence Practices: Examining the Role of Fusion Centers as a Critical Source of Information. In C. Lum and L. Kennedy. (Eds). Evidence-Based Counterterrorism Policy, 65-88. New York: Springer.

Technical reports

  • Carter, D. L., Chermak, S, Carter, J. G. & Drew, J. (2014). Understanding Law Enforcement Intelligence Processes. National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START). U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
  • Grommon, E., Carter, J. G., Frantz, F. (2012). Impact of Mobile Broadband Data Access on Police Operations: An Exploratory Case Study of One Medium-Sized Municipal Police Department. Rome, NY: Engility/L-3 Communications Global Security and Engineering Services. Report to the National Institute of Justice.
  • Carter, D. L., Chermak, S. M., McGarrell, E. F., Carter, J. G., & Drew, J. (2012).Understanding the Intelligence Practices of State, Local, and Tribal Law Enforcement Agencies. Final Report. Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice. U.S. Department of Justice.

Other published works

  • Carter, J. G. (2016). Fostering Accountable Community-Centered Policing. The Covenant with Black America: 10 Years Later, 98-105. Chicago: Hay House Inc.
  • Carter, J.G. (2013). Goldstein’s Development of Problem-Oriented Policing. In K. Peak (Ed.).Encyclopedia of Community Policing and Problem Solving. Thousand Oaks, CA. Sage.
  • Carter, J. G. (2013). The Police Foundation. In K. Peak (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Community Policing and Problem Solving. Thousand Oaks, CA. Sage.
  • Carter, D. L., Chermak, S. M., McGarrell, E. F., & Carter, J. G. (2012, June). Research in brief: Understanding the intelligence practices of state, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies. The Police Chief, 79, 10-11.
  • Carter, J., G. – Contributor. (2012). Analysis as a Core Element for Future Law Enforcement Operations. Law Enforcement Forecasting Group. A technical assistance project of the Bureau of Justice Assistance, U.S. Department of Justice. Washington, DC.
  • Carter, J. G. (2011). Law Enforcement Intelligence: Suspicious Activity Reporting and Preventing Self-Radicalized Terrorism. In, L. Kennedy and E. McGarrell. (Eds), Crime and Terrorism Risk: Studies in Criminology and Criminal Justice, 184-195. New York: Routledge.
  • Carter, J. G. (2006). A review of “Corruption in Corporate America: Who is Responsible? Who Will Protect the Public Interest?” International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 30(2), 285-287.

Funded Research

  • 2016 Principal Investigator: Progressing the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Towards the Minimum Criminal Intelligence Training Standards. Central Indiana Community Foundation. $25,000 (one year).
  • 2014-2015 Co-Principal Investigator: Technical Operational Evaluation and Demonstration Projects [Subcontract to IUPUI (Engility Corporation, Principal Investigator)]. US Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice. Co-PI Eric Grommon. $173,159 (one year).
  • 2013-2014 Co-Principal Investigator: Technical Operational Evaluation and Demonstration Projects [Subcontract to IUPUI (Engility Corporation, Principal Investigator)]. US Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice. Co-PI Eric Grommon. FY: 2013-2014. $180,481 (one year)
  • 2011-2012 Principal Investigator: University of North Florida, Academic Affairs Faculty Development Grant. Project title: “Law Enforcement Mobile Broadband Technology: An Impact Evaluation”. This project will explore the operational impact of a mobile broadband capability on daily police activities. FY 2011-2012. $7,500 (one year).
  • 2011-2012 Co-Principal Investigator: National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START). Project title: "Factors Impacting the Intelligence Process in the United States". This project focuses on law enforcement officers’ and analysts’ perceptions of intelligence/information sharing practices and priorities. Co-PIs:  David Carter, Jeremy Carter, and Steve Chermak, School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University. FY 2011-2012. $30,000 (one year).

Invited presentations

  • Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism, Oklahoma City, OK February 2012
  • Carter, J. G. Analytic Seminars Series: Intelligence and Analysis in Human Trafficking
  • National Institute of Justice, Annual Conference, Washington, DC, June, 2012
  • Carter, J. G. Operational Evaluations: Impacts of Technology in the Field
  • Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, New York, NY, March, 2012, Sustainable Justice Roundtable
  • Carter, J. G. & Grommon, E. Sustainability of Police Mobile Broadband
  • University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL, February, 2012, Research Highlight Series
  • Carter, J. G. Talk or Action?: Implementing Intelligence-Led Policing
  • Communications Technology Working Group, Washington, DC, September, 2011, U.S. Department of Justice
  • Grommon, E. & Carter, J. G. 4.9 Mobile Broadband Operational Evaluation
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation, Quantico, VA, Intelligence & Analysis Training Unit, National Academy
  • Carter, J. G. Intelligence-Led Policing: An Assessment

Professional affiliations

  • Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences
  • American Society of Criminology
  • Police Executive Research Forum (PERF)
  • Police Section—ACJS
  • Midwestern Criminal Justice Association
  • Southern Criminal Justice Association
  • National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center of Excellence
  • National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START), Investigator and Affiliated Researcher,
  • American Society for Industrial Security
  • State and Local Anti-Terrorism Training
  • International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts
  • International Association of Chiefs of Police
  • Lessons Learned Information Sharing
  • NYPD Shield Initiative