My research focuses on understanding and fostering organizational improvement. My specialty is action research, which means partnering to understand and act. My research has had an impact on organizational policies and practices in a variety of settings.
Here you will find a collection of work that includes books, research papers, highlights, videos, and more that showcase my research efforts and impact. See my Google Scholar page for an updated list of publications
March 2020, Episode 10 appearance on the Merrimack Valley Magazine Podcast
June 10, 2020....Book talk for the American Society for Public Administration
Making Boston Strong (Williamson & Bond 2014) (pdf)Download
Improving Interorganizational Relationships (Gebo & Bond 2019) (pdf)Download
Research & Planning Units: An Innovation Instrument (Bond & Gabriele 2018) (pdf)Download
Comparing the Implementation of a Best Practice (Bond & Gebo 2014) (pdf)Download
Leveraging CompStat (Bond & Kelling 2018) (pdf)Download
Institutionalizing Place-Based Policing (Bond & Nader 2018) (pdf)Download
Introduction to Gang Reduction Responses.......Gebo & Bond
Process Matters: Mobilizing Non-White Communities to Respond to Gangs.....Boyes-Watson
Using Action Research to Support Strategic Thinking & Data-Driven Decision-Making.....Ross & Foley
Creating & Implementing a Gang Assessment Instrument.....Gebo & Tobin
Street Outreach as an Intervention Modality.....Varano & Wolff
The Fundamental Challenges of Defining & Measuring Retaliatory Violence.....Bond, Rivers & McLaughlin
Strategic Problem Analysis.....Braga & Hureau
Impact of the Shannon Community Safety Initiative.....McDevitt & Wolff
Learning from Community Responses to Gangs.....Bond & Gebo
This edited book significantly contributes to the knowledge on how to address gang problems from a broad community perspective, which takes into account criminal justice agencies, social service providers, and community leaders, along with police, who have implemented collaborative anti-gang policies and practices. As community-wide efforts become more common, it is increasingly important to investigate effective strategies to address social problems.
Gebo & Bond (2022). Advancing Interorganizational Crime and Violence Reduction Goals Through a Relational Change Intervention. Published in Criminal Justice Policy Review
Bond-Fortier & Nader (2022). Testing the Effects of a Problem-Solving Strategy on Crime Outcomes: The Promise of an Integrated Approach. Published in Police Quarterly
In partnership with 21CP Solutions, I conducted a review of Drexel University's Police Department. Recommendations were provided for creating a new vision of public safety on campus.