Caudill, Jonathan

Criminal Justice Coordinator
Office: Butte 737
Phone: 898-4951

Dr. Jon Caudill, Ph.D.

Name: Jonathan Caudill

Rank: Associate Professor

Year of hire: 2010

Year of tenure/promotion: 2014

Official capacity: Criminal Justice Coordinator and Internship Coordinator

Degree(s): Ph.D.

Alma mater: University of Texas at Dallas

Courses taught: Crime Prevention, Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice, Graduate Corrections, Advanced Criminology, Capstone in Criminal Justice, Case Study Method – CPI Leadership Series, Corrections, Introduction to Criminal Justice, Juvenile Justice, Policing in America, Research Methods, Undergraduate Independent Study, Undergraduate Research Internship, Victimology

Select publications:

Caudill, J. W., Patten, R., Parker, S., & Thomas, M. O. (2013). Considering the Life-Course of Crime: Contextualizing California’s AB 109 Offender under Correctional Supervision. Oroville, CA: County of Butte. Retrieved from:

Caudill, J. W., Patten, R., Parker, S., & Thomas, M. (2012). Breaking Ground: Preliminary Report of Butte County Sheriff’s Alternative Custody Supervision Program. Oroville, CA: County of Butte. Retrieved from:

Caudill, J.W. & Trulson, C.T. (2011). Arrested Today, Out Tomorrow: Patrol Officers’ Perceptions of a Broken Justice System. In Matt DeLisi and Peter Conis (Eds.) Violent Offenders: Theory, Research, Policy, and Practice. Boston, MA: Jones and Bartlett.

Caudill, J.W. (2009). Review of: Patchin, J.W. (2006). The Family Context of Childhood Delinquency. Youth Violence & Juvenile Justice, 7(1), 70-71.

Hanser, R. & Caudill, J. (2002). Comparing Juvenile Justice Trends in the United States and France. Crime & Justice International, 18(66), 7-8.

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