Christopher Lee Bush

Christopher Lee Bush is an adjunct professor at Allen County Community College providing instruction in Criminal Justice course work (Introduction to Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement Operations and Procedures, Criminal Investigations and Criminal Law). Dr. Bush also has been invited to be an adjunct at Kansas Wesleyan University to teach a course on Multiculturalism. Dr. Bush professional fulltime work experience in state government (Kansas). Dr. Bush has a published article (fall 2020) in the Journal of Social Change and a book chapter in Global Perspective on Reforming the Criminal Justice System published in IGI global that have been indexed in Scopus. Dr. Bush is an active member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc., with the Topeka (KS) local chapter. Dr. Bush is a member of the National Honor Society Leadership/ Criminal Justice and Walden University- Sigma Alpha Pi/Alpha Phi Sigma and a Member of the 2011 Greater Topeka Leadership. Dr. Bush resides in Topeka, KS with his wife and two sons.


Building Trust, Effective Communication, and Transparency Between Police and Community Members
Christopher Lee Bush, Jennifer Matthews. © 2024. 311 pages.
The criminal justice system is confined to a stagnant past, unable to cope with the effects of change affecting our rapidly evolving world. American citizens have long advocated...
Policing Strategies and Approaches to Improving Community Relations: Black Citizens' Perceptions of Law Enforcement Efforts to Intentionally  Strengthen Relationships
Christopher Lee Bush. © 2021. 20 pages.
This chapter addresses the voices of Black individuals and their communities urging police officers to be trustworthy and transparent, and urging them to be intentional in...