Dr. Michael Aiello
Dr. Michael Aiello, Ph.D.
W393 Thompson Hall
Ph.D., Graduate Center, CUNY
My main teaching interests include policing, criminology, research methods, and vigilantes.
My research agenda focuses on policing. I research police web presence, including police social media and stand-alone websites. I also conduct research on procedural justice in policing, or outcomes of fair and respectful police treatment. Finally, I research how people respond to different types of police recruitment materials.
- "Universal and Sex-Normed Benchmarks in Police Physical Fitness Requirements: A Factorial Vignette Design," Women & Criminal Justice (2023).
- "Procedural justice and demographic diversity: A quasi-experimental study of police recruitment," Police Quarterly (2022).
- ""Criminals, We're Coming": Costumed Crime-Fighter Legal Consciousness and Punishment Philosophies in Movement-Produced New Media," Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice & Criminology (2020).
- "Legitimacy invariance and campus crime: The impact of campus police legitimacy in different reporting contexts," Police Practice and Research (2020).
- "Influential Women? Policing Styles in Online Recruitment Materials," Police Quarterly (2019).
- "Gendered messages in police recruitment: Understanding the impacts of descriptors and physical fitness requirements on potential applicants," Policing: An International Journal (2019).
- "Campus Police Cooperation and Legitimacy: Extending the Procedural Justice Model," Deviant Behavior (2018).
- "Should I Call For Help?: Examining the Influences of Situational Factors and Bystander Characteristics on Reporting Likelihood," Journal of School Violence (2018).
- "Policing through social networking: Testing the linkage between digital and physical police practices," The Police Journal (2017).