Amy J. Nemmetz
University of Wisconsin-Platteville
Department of Criminal Justice
7069 Meadow Lane
Platteville, WI 53818

608-732-8049
nemmetza@uwplatt.edu

Education
Capella University
PhD in Public Safety- Criminal Justice, August 2010, GPA: 4.00/4.00

University of Wisconsin Platteville
Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice: May 2005, GPA: 4.00/4.00

University of Wisconsin Platteville
Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice: May 1999
Minor in Psychology: May 1999

Licensure/Certificates

Experience
5/2005 - Present: University of Wisconsin Platteville Criminal Justice Department
Instructor for the Master of Science Criminal Justice Program: 5/2005 - Present
Coordinator Online Undergraduate Criminal Justice Program: 8/2007 - Present
Instructor for the Campus & Online Undergraduate Program: 8/2007 - Present

3/2000- 1/2004 & 11/2006- 8/2007: Dane County Alternatives to Incarceration
Assistant Coordinator
Social worker for the Electronic Monitoring Program (EMP)
Social worker for the Bail Monitoring Program (BMP)

01/2004 - 11/2007: Dane County Department of Human Services- Child Protection
Social Worker/Intake Investigator for Child Neglect, Physical, Emotional, & Sexual Abuse

7/1999 - 3/2000: Volunteers in Probation
Serving as the Executive Director

5/1999 - 10/1999: Bockari House (Juvenile/Transitional Group Home)
Case Manager

9/1996 - 5/1999: University of Wisconsin Platteville Police Department
Community Service Officer

5/1998 - 7/1998: State of Wisconsin Probation and Parole
Wisconsin Department of Corrections Intern

7/1996 - 5/1998: Platteville Police Department
Telecommunicator and Parking Enforcement

6/1995 - 7/1996: Southwest MEG Drug Unit
Executive Assistant

3/1994 - 7/1996: Grant County Sheriffs Department
Administrative Assistant for the Detectives


Past Presentations/Guest Lectures

Courses Developed, Revised, or Taught

Training & Related Experience

Past Research
August 2010: Dissertation: School Violence: Social Bond Theory and Physical Fights
Summer 2009: A Need to Comprehensively Assess Clients Addicted to Controlled Substances
Summer 2009: A Need for a Qualitative look at School Violence
Summer 2009: A Need for Action Research to promote Child Advocacy for Child Maltreatment Victims
Spring 2009: A Need to Recognize the Significance of the Differential Reinforcement Theory
Spring 2009: A Need to Address the Over Representation of Minorities in Wisconsin Prisons
Fall 2008: A Need to Look at Parenting Programs from Behavioral Theoretical Approach
Fall 2008: A Need to Address Juvenile Delinquency from a Theoretical Perspective
Summer 2008: A Need to Tackle Rape Myths on College Campuses to Reduce the Prevalence of Sexual Assault
Summer 2008: A Need to Enhance or Revise the D.A.R.E. Program to Produce Lasting Effects
Summer 2008: A Need for School Resource Officers to Enhance Rapport & Increase Safety
Spring 2005: A Need for Child Advocacy Centers, Multidisciplinary Teams, & Forensic Interviewing to Minimize System Re-Victimization