Tom Mrozla is an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at the University of South
Dakota. His research focuses on the police, specifically how the police are held accountable
and how police agencies investigate officer misconduct. He is also interested in rural
policing and fear of crime in different communities. He received his Master's degree
in Sociology from the University of North Dakota and his Ph.D. in Criminal Justice
from North Dakota State University.
Police Accountability, Rural Policing, Fear of Crime
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- Mrozla, Thomas. Complaints of Police Misconduct: Examining the Timeliness and Outcomes of Internal
Affairs Investigations. The Social Science Journal, 2019. (DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.soscij.2019.04.007)
- Archbold, Carol, Mrozla, Thomas, Huynh, Carol, Dahle, Thorvald, Robinson, Chloe, and Marcel, Alexandra. Resident interaction and social well-being in an oil boomtown in western North Dakota, 463-472. Vol. 55, Iss. 4. The Social Science Journal, 2018.
- Mrozla, Thomas, Dahle, Thorvald, Huynh, Carol, Robinson, Chloe, Archbold, Carol, and Marcel, Alexandra. Fear of crime in an oil boomtown in Western North Dakota, 364-381. Vol. 41, Iss. 4. Journal of Crime and Justice, 2018.
- Archbold, Carol, Dahle, Thorvald, Huynh, Carol, and Mrozla, Thomas. Some days I feel like the dam broke...An examination of increased workload on police
officer stress and job satisfaction in western North Dakota. Internet Journal of Criminology, 2016.