T.K. Vinod Kumar
T.K. Vinod Kumar
Phone: 574-520-4683Wiekamp Hall, Room DW2235
T K Vinod Kumar is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice. He received his Ph.D. from Indiana University Bloomington. His research interests are Policing, Public Disorder and State Response, Ethnic Conflicts, Counter Terrorism, and Quantitative Techniques. . His publications have appeared in various academic journals. His book Public Events and Police Response. Understanding Public Order Policing in Democratic India was published in 2013 by Oxford University Press.
He has extensive experience in the field of Criminal Justice having worked in India, with the United Nations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and as United Nations Police Adviser in Sierra Leone. He has been awarded the UN Medal for Service and the President of India’s Police Medal for Meritorious Service.
His publications are:
Vinod Kumar, T.K. (2013). Public Events and Police Response. Understanding Public Order Policing in Democratic India. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.
Vinod Kumar, T .K. (2014). Differing services, rising expectations, and greater demands- Patterns in variations of Police- Public dynamics across areas with conventional and Community Policing in India. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 37(1), 170-189.
Vinod Kumar , T.K. (2012). Impact of Community Policing on Public Satisfaction and Perception of Police- Findings from India. International Criminal Justice Review, 22(4), 397-415.
Vinod Kumar, T.K. (2010). United Nations Peace process as a Peacemaking and Human Rights exercise. Lessons from conflict resolution in Sierra Leone. Crime Law and Social Change, 54 (5), 303-323.
Vinod Kumar, T.K. (2009). Public order in India. An empirical study. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 25(2), 148-169.
Vinod Kumar, T.K., & Verma, A. (2009). Hegemony, Discipline and Control in the Administration of Criminal Justice in Colonial India. Asian Journal of Criminology 4, 61-78.