2010 Texas Military Forces Training Initiative, Border Studies Initiative,
funded by Department of Defense, $683,384 (Director/ Principle Investigator).
2009 Community Awareness Training(CAT), funded by Texas National Guard, $250,000
2005 Project protect, funded by Texas State University, $10,000 (Co-Principle Investigator).
2003 Border Policing/Intelligence Gathering Grant, Over $ 1 Million.
Frantzen, D.H., & San Miguel, C. (in press). Mandatory arrest? Police response to domestic
violence victims. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and
del Carmen, R., Vollum, S., Cheeseman, K., Frantzen, D., & San Miguel. (2008). The death
penalty: Constitutional issues, commentaries, and case studies. Anderson Publishing
San Miguel, C., & Rudolph, B. (2008). Verbal judo: The gentle but powerful form of less than
lethal force. Law Enforcement Executive Forum Journal, 58-67.
Ferguson, C., San Miguel, C., Kilburn, J., & Sanchez, P. (2007). The effectiveness of school based
anti-bullying programs: A meta-analytic review. Criminal Justice Review, 32(4),
San Miguel, C. (2006). Drug tests, the Fourth Amendment, and the Supreme Court’s rationale
for warrant less and suspicion less searches. In C. Hemmens (Ed.), Legal Issues in
Criminal Justice. Oxford University Press.