Law Enforcement and Justice Administration

International  and Juvenile Justice Conference

When:  March 15, 2013

Where:  Valdimir, Russia

Dr. McCrary, Barry. Presentation: “Insights about A Juvenile Justice Community Intensive Supervise Program in the United States of America”  

Dr. McCrary is currently an Assistant Professor at Western Illinois University in the United States of America. Dr. McCrary has over 20 years of experience in both training capacity and also in academic setting. He began his work in the field of juvenile justice and has held numerous positions in this field. Dr. McCrary has worked for Allegheny County Juvenile Court, Community Intensive Supervision Program, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where he was responsible for counseling, designing, implementing and monitoring a progressive treatment program. Dr. McCrary is also the founder of a nonprofit organization entitled Maleness to Manhood Inc., which is a mentoring program for inner-city youth. In addition to his work for Juvenile Court, Dr. McCrary has worked as a counselor, consultant, therapist and crisis intervention specialist for various organizations, additionally Dr. McCrary is highly experienced in the field of Social Science, administration of justice, and educational leadership.

Barry S. McCrary, Ed.D
Professor, - Western Illinois University | School of Law Enforcement and Justice Administration
Stipes Hall 403I | 1 University Circle | Macomb, Illinois 61455
Tel 309-298-1220 | Fax 309-298-2187 |

Dr. Sergevnin, Vladimir, Presentation: “Neglected juveniles in the USA and human trafficking”.

Dr. Sergevnin is the Editor of the Law Enforcement Executive Forum   journal published by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board Executive Institute at Western Illinois University.  Dr. Sergevnin has held several leadership and instructional positions over his career. He is the former Professor and Chairperson of the Department of Humanitarian Sciences at the Vladimir Juridical Institute and a Professor at the Saint-Petersburg University of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. He retired as a Colonel from the Ministry of Internal Affairs (federal police) of Russian Federation. He is a former Senior Research Scholar at the Police Training Institute at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and the former Director of the Illinois Police Corps Academy at Western Illinois University.  Dr. Sergevnin has published over 60 articles, chapters, brochures, and authored or co-authored ten books pertaining to law enforcement training, leadership, recruitment, history and education.

Director of the Center for Applied Criminal Justice, Professor, Western Illinois University | School of Law Enforcement and Justice Administration
Stipes Hall 403L, 1 University Circle, Macomb, IL, USA 61455
Phone: 309/298-2276 | E-mail:

Dr. McBride, Anthony. Presentations: Topic 1: “Juvenile School Based Probation: What is and How Does it work”; Topic 2: “Implementing Balanced and Restorative Justice Model”  

Dr. Anthony McBride is  Professor at Western Illinois University where he teaches in the School of Law Enforcement and Justice Administration. Prior to this work he consulted with a charter school in the city of Pittsburgh working in the capacity of Director of student services. Prior to this his work with the charter school he work in the Juvenile Justice field for over sixteen years in several capacities as a community monitor, as one of the first school based probation officer in Allegheny county, a community based probation officer, a case manager/assistant supervisor in a alternative sentencing program and as a community based district office supervisor. He was charged with designing the day to day operation of a first-time offender program, called Youth Match. He also was charged with designing the day to day procedures of a program that focused on the educational re-entry of youth offenders placed in residential facilities and upon their return to their home schools. He has published several articles and several children’s books. Dr. McBride has also developed two Non-profit organizations titled: Stand Up Inc and ATM multi- purpose community center to help service the community in many capacities. He is a member of Illinois Probation and Court Services and the Co-Ceo of Antore Enterprises Inc and Big Game apparels. | |  - (site under construction)

Anthony McBride, Professor
Stipes Hall 408
Phone: 309/298-3315 | E-mail:

Dr. Schafer, John (Jack) R. Presentation: “How to effectively deal with angry juveniles.”

John R. “Jack” Schafer, Ph.D. is a professor at Western Illinois University in the Law Enforcement and Justice Administration (LEJA) Department. He is a retired FBI Special Agent. He served as behavioral analyst assigned to FBI's National Security Behavioral Analysis Program. He authored a book titled “Psychological Narrative Analysis: A Professional Method to Detect Deception in Written and Oral Communications.” He also co-authored a book titled “Advanced Interviewing Techniques: Proven strategies for Law Enforcement, Military, and Security Personnel.” He has published numerous articles on a wide range of topics including the psychopathology of hate, ethics in law enforcement, and detecting deception. Dr. Schafer earned his Ph.D. in psychology at Fielding Graduate University, Santa Barbara, California. Dr. Schafer owns his own consulting company and lectures and consults in the United States and abroad.

John Schafer - Professor, Western Illinois University | School of Law Enforcement and Justice Administration
Stipes Hall 469, 1 University Circle, Macomb, IL, USA 61455

Dr. William M. Martin, Presentation: “Prescription drugs abuse by juveniles.”

President Merle, Inc.
203 E. Locust, Bloomington, IL, USA 61701
Tel: 309 828 2242

Round Table: Post-Soviet Russia - police and corruption

When:  April 26, 2012 - 2pm

Where:  Stipes 121


  • Dr. Andrey Naumov,Criminal procedure in Russia"
  • Dr. Victor Chirikin "History of cooperation between police agencies of Russia and the U.S."
  • Dr. Neskorodov "Main directions of state policy on combating corruption in modern Russia“
  • Panel Chair - Dr. Vladimir Sergevnin“Police corruption and reform in Russia”

For more information please contact Vladimir A. Sergevnin, PhD, 407 Stipes Hall, 309-298-2276