McDonald, A.R., Prost, S.G., Plassmeyer, & Oehme, K (2021). The contribution of adverse childhood experiences to work-related stressors among law enforcement officers. Policing, 00(0), 1-19.
Whaley, M. (2021, April). Two programs stress new approach to policing. Longmont Leader.https://www.longmontleader.com/local-news/two-programs-stress-new-approach-to-policing-3674573
Mehl, A. (2021, Sept). ‘An invaluable resource’: Law enforcement agencies share
benefits of co-response mental health programs. Times Call. https://www.timescall.com/2021/09/26/an-invaluable-resource-law-enforcement- agencies-share-benefits-of-co-response-mental-health-programs/
Mehl, A. (2021, Oct). Longmont co-response study finds more mental health resources
are needed; officials seek additional funding. Times Call. https://www.dailycamera.com/2021/10/25/longmont-co-response-study-finds-more-mental-health-resources-are-needed-officials-seek-additional-funding/
Prost, S.G., McDonald, A.R., Plassmeyer, M., Middleton, J., Golder, S. (in press). Not all traumas are equal: Post-traumatic stress and quality of life among women in prison. Women & Criminal Justice.
Todd, J. (2020, June). Longmont’s CORE team serving as example for police reform. CBS4. https://denver.cbslocal.com/2020/06/10/longmont-core-police-reform/
Waters, T. (2020, June). The backstory on policing in Longmont; diversion initiative and programs. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBY6hGGhqT0
Middleton, J. & McDonald, A.R., (2019). Creating sanctuary: Trauma-informed change for survivors of sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation in Winterdyk, J. & Jones, J. (Eds), The Palgrave International Handbook of Human Trafficking. New York, NY: Palgrave MacMillan.
McDonald, A.R., & Middleton, J. (2019). Applying a survival sex hierarchy to the commercial sexual exploitation of children: A trauma-informed perspective. Journal of Public Child Welfare.
McDonald, A.R., Middleton, J., Matera Bassett, D., & Harris, L. (2017). Organizational culture and climate factors impacting forensic interviewers’ experiences of secondary trauma. Forensic Research & Criminology International Journal.
inSocial Work (2017). Amber McDonald: The Underground Sex World and Vulnerable Youth: A Professional Social Worker’s Perspective [Audio podcast]. Retrievable at: https://www.insocialwork.org/episode.asp?ep=223
McDonald, A.R. (2016, May). Domestic minor sex trafficking beyond victims and villains [Review of the book Domestic minor sex trafficking beyond victims and villains, by A. Lutnick]. Journal of Children and Poverty. doi: 10.1080/10796126.2016.1184629
McDonald, A.R., (2016). Child welfare response to child and youth sex trafficking – Part 2. Capacity Building Center for States. Retrieve: https://learn.childwelfare.gov/lms/course/view.php?id=52
McDonald, A.R., Sedivy, J., & Kay, A. (under review). Areas to consider: Using trauma-informed strategies as primary prevention for substance use among youth.Journal of Human Behavior and Environment
McDonald, A.R., Bacon, B., Choi, L., Plassmeyer, M., & Everett, M. (under review). Co-Response in the U.S. American Media. Behavior and Social Issues.
McDonald, A.R., Sedivy, J., & Kay, A. (under review). Areas to consider: Using trauma-informed strategies as primary prevention for substance use among youth. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse