C. Ronald Huff is Professor of Criminology, Law and Society as well as Sociology and previously served as Dean (1999 - 2009) of the School of Social Ecology at UCI. Prior to joining the UCI faculty in 1999, he taught at The Ohio State University (1979 - 1999), where he directed the John Glenn School of Public Affairs and the Criminal Justice Research Center; at Purdue University (1976 - 1979); and at UC Irvine (1974 - 1976). He was also a Visiting Professor at the University of Hawaii (1995).His 13 books include Wrongful Convictions and Miscarriages of Justice: Causes and Remedies in North American and European Criminal Justice Systems; Wrongful Conviction: International Perspectives on Miscarriages of Justice; Youth Violence: Prevention, Intervention, and Social Policy; Gangs in America (3 editions); and Convicted but Innocent: Wrongful Conviction and Public Policy (which won an Academic Book of the Year Award). In addition, he has published more than 100 journal articles, book chapters, and major research reports. He has served as a consultant on gangs, youth violence, and public policy to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, the F.B.I. National Academy, the U.S. Department of Justice, and numerous other agencies and organizations throughout the nation. He currently serves as a research consultant to the Strategic Response Bureau of the Columbus (Ohio) Division of Police and on the advisory board of the National Gang Center. He also recently served on the advisory board of the Center for Juvenile Law and Policy at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles; on the California Attorney General's Research and Policy Advisory Committee; and on an American Bar Association advisory committee on wrongful convictions. His honors include the Donald Cressey Award from the National Council on Crime and Delinquency, the Paul Tappan Award from the Western Society of Criminology, the Herbert Bloch Award from the American Society of Criminology, and the Gerhard O.W. Mueller International Award from the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.Dr. Huff is a Fellow and Past-President of The American Society of Criminology (2000 - 2001).
Huff, C.R. and M. Killias (eds.), Wrongful Convictions and Miscarriages of Justice: Causes and Remedies in North American and European Criminal Justice Systems. New York: Routledge, 2013.
- Barrows, J. and C.R. Huff, “Les bases de données sur les gangs et les problèmes liés aux politiques publiques” (“Gang Databases and Public Policy Issues”). In J.P. Guay and C. Fredette (eds.) Traité des gangs de rue: Théories, évaluation et intervention (Treatise on Street Gangs : Theories, Evaluation and Intervention). Montréal: University of Montreal Press, 2013 (in press).
- "Transitional Justice and Convictions Based on Political Repression." Pp. 241-250 in E. W. Plywaczewski (ed.), Current Problems of the Penal Law and Criminology, Volume 5. Warsaw, Poland: Wolters Kluwer Publishing, 2012.
- Huff, C.R., and F.R. Scarpitti, "The Origins and Development of Containment Theory: Walter C. Reckless and Simon Dinitz." Pp. 277 - 294 in F.T. Cullen et al, The Origins of American Criminology. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. 2011.
- Huff, C.R. "Conclusions from an International Overview." Pp. 39 - 48 in M. Jolicoeur (ed.), International Perspectives on Wrongful Convictions. Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice, 2010.
- Barrows, J., and C.R. Huff, "Gangs and Public Policy: Constructing and Deconstructing Gang Databases." Criminology & Public Policy, 2009, 8(4): 675 - 703.
- Huff, C.R., and M. Killias (eds.), Wrongful Conviction: International Perspectives on Miscarriages of Justice. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2008, 318 pp.
- Huff, C.R., "Wrongful Conviction: The American Experience." Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 2004, 46 (2): 107 - 120.
- Huff, C.R., "Comparing the Criminal Behavior of Youth Gangs and At Risk Youths." Pp. 77 - 89 in F.-A. Esbensen, S.G. Tibbetts, and L. Gaines (eds), American Youth Gangs at the Milennium. Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, 2004.
- Huff, C.R., "Wrongful Conviction: Causes and Public Policy Issues." Criminal Justice (American Bar Association), 2003, 18 (1): 15 - 19.
- Huff, C .R. (ed.). Gangs in America III. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2002, 332 pp.
- Huff, C.R., "What Can We Learn From Other Nations About the Problem of Wrongful Conviction?" Judicature, 2002, 86 (2): 91 - 97.
- Huff, C.R., "Wrongful Conviction and Public Policy." Criminology, 2002, 40 (1): 1-18.
- Flannery, D., and C.R. Huff (eds.), Youth Violence:Prevention, Intervention, and Social Policy. Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press, 1999, 322 pp.
- Flannery, D.J., C.R. Huff, and M.J. Manos. "Youth Gangs: A Developmental Perspective." Pp. 175-204 in T.P. Gullotta, G.R. Adams, and R. Montemayor (eds.), Delinquent Violent Youth: Theory and Interventions (Vol. 9, Advances in Adolescent Development). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1997.
- Huff, C.R., A. Rattner, and E. Sagarin. Convicted but Innocent: Wrongful Conviction and Public Policy. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1996, 180 pp. (Outstanding Academic Book Award, American Libary Association)
- Huff, C.R. (ed.), Gangs in America (2nd edition). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1996, 322 pp.
- Goldstein, A.P., and C.R. Huff (eds.). The Gang Intervention Handbook. Champaign, IL: Research Press, 1993, 522 pp.