Ph.D. (2015) Arizona State University
M.A. (2009) Arizona State University
B.S. (2008) University of Arizona
Dr. Gaub is an assistant professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology. She studies policing, specifically police body-worn cameras (BWCs), specialty units, use of force, misconduct, and women in policing. Her research has been published in Criminology, Criminology & Public Policy, Police Quarterly, Policing: An International Journal, and Women & Criminal Justice. She is also a Subject-Matter Expert and TTA Lead for the Bureau of Justice Assistance BWC Policy and Implementation Program Training and Technical Assistance program. In this capacity, she works directly with numerous police agencies to effectively implement their BWC programs.
After earning her Ph.D. from ASU, she was a senior program manager at the ASU Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety, managing multiple grant projects evaluating policing strategies and interventions. As part of this postdoctoral appointment, her team conducted two randomized controlled trials evaluating the BWC programs in the Tempe (AZ) and Spokane (WA) Police Departments.