Dr. Steve Feimer
Dr. Steve Feimer completed his Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from the University South Dakota in 1970 and his doctorate in Public Administration from the University of Oklahoma in 1986. Prior to joining USD's faculty, Dr. Feimer worked in law enforcement as a deputy sheriff, police officer, police trainer, and police administrator. Dr. Feimer's research focuses on sex offender management, police management, and public policy. He teaches courses in policing, white collar crime, and criminal profiling. His publications have appeared in the Journal of Crime and Justice, New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement, Public Personnel Management, and Journal of Gang Research. Steve Feimer is a native South Dakotan
Kristine Elin Cable
Kristine Elin Cable, a native Iowan, received a BA in Journalism from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa and a Management Certificate from Simpson College in Indianola. For over twenty years she was a Coordinator for international exchange students, monitoring their year-long exchanges and teaching seminars and orientations on inter-cultural communications and cultural adjustment. Currently, her time is divided among freelance writing, quilting and tending a small orchard with her husband, Craig.