James J. Cassidy, J.D.
Ph.D., Hahnemann University, 1993
J.D., Villanova University, 1989
B.A., California State University, Long Beach, 1983
Dr. Cassidy's research interests focus on the interface between the mental health system and the Criminal Justice system, insanity, competence to stand trial, and mental illness. He has conducted studies on the impact of treatment modalities and evaluating training programs to help police better deal with mentally ill persons.
Carr, W. A., Baker, A. N., & Cassidy, J. J. (2016). Reducing criminal recidivism with an enhanced day reporting center for probationers with mental illness. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 55(2), 95-112.
CJ 102 Criminal Law
CJ 205 Forensic Psychology
CJ 365 Law, Psychology and the Mental Health System
CJ 601 Mental Health, Law and Criminal Justice
CJ 623 Mental Health Law
CJ 646 Abnormal Psychology in Forensic Populations
CJ 647 Forensic Assessment and Outcome Evaluation
CJ 648 Forensic Treatment Models