Bio: Angela R. Gover has been a Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice in the School of Public Affairs at the University of Colorado Denver since 2006. Dr. Gover received her Ph.D. in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Maryland and has published 100 articles and book chapters in journals such as Child Abuse & Neglect, Violence and Victims, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, and Violence Against Women. Dr. Gover has been the recipient of numerous college and university-wide awards, most recently she was nominated for the ACJS Founder’s Award for 2016-2017. She received Honorable Mention for Research and Service in 2015 from the School of Public Affairs, 2012 UCD Research and Creative Activities Symposium Student Mentor Award, 2012 School of Public Affairs Excellence in Research Award, 2012 School of Public Affairs Excellence in Service Award, 2010 UCD Excellence in Teaching Award, 2010 School of Public Affairs Excellence in Teaching Award, 2008 UCD Excellence in Research and Creative Activities Award, and the 2008 School of Public Affairs Excellence in Research Award. Dr. Gover remains active in her profession by serving on editorial boards for Justice Quarterly, Women and Criminal Justice, Journal of Criminal Justice Education, the American Journal of Criminal Justice, Criminal Justice, Criminology, Law & Society, & Criminal Justice Studies. Dr. Gover is currently a Principle Investigator on a $99,100 grant with Dr. Tara Richards from the University of Baltimore. The project is examining domestic violence offender treatment content in Colorado and the relationship between treatment content and offender outcomes.
Recent Journal Articles:
2017 Richards, T.N., Tudor, A., & Gover, A.R. An updated assessment of personal protective order statutes in the United States: Have statutes become more progressive in the past decade? Violence Against Women, in press.
2016 Richards, T., Tomsich, E., Gover, A.R., & Jennings, W.G. The cycle of violence revisited: Distinguishing intimate partner violence offenders only, victims only, and victim-offenders. Violence & Victims, 31, 573-590.
2016 Richards, T.N., & Gover, A. Domestic violence offender treatment and multidisciplinary treatment teams: The role of “treatment” victim advocates. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. Advanced Online Publication DOI: 10.1177/0306624X16663890
2016 McPhedran, S. Gover, A., Mazerolle, P. A cross-national comparison of police attitudes about domestic violence: A focus on gender. Policing: an International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, in press.
2016 Richards, T.N., Gover, A. R., Tomsich, E., Hansen, J., & Davis, C.R. The implementation of state mandated standards for batterer intervention programs: The Colorado experience. Violence and Victims, in press