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Clarice Robinson Cox, American writer. Recipient Lifetime Achievement award Police Writers Club, 1997.


Cox, Clarice Robinson was born on May 11, 1914 in Helena, Montana, United States. Daughter of William Mont and Adelia Anne (Geier) Robinson.


Bachelor in English, Intermountain Union, 1935. Master of Education in Communications, University Hawaii, 1968.


High School teacher Montana, Oregon and Hawaii schools, 1936-1960. Assistant base education adviser 408th Fighter Group United States Air Force, Klamath Falls, Oregon, 1960-1961. Writer, demonstrator Maui Project National Institute of Mental Health, Wailuku, Hawaii, 1965-1967.

Instructor Honolulu Community College, 1967-1973, 75-79. Freelance writer Roseburg, Oregon, since 1995. Consultant, lecturer Montana Personnel Development Center, Helena, 1979-1988.

Consultant, lecturer Queen's Medical Center, Honolulu, 1980-1989, American Society Indiana Security, Honolulu, 1981, Honolulu Police Department, 1980-1988. Presenter in field.



Member Oregon Committee on Aging, 1996-1998, Hawaii Committee on Aging, 1973-1978. Member panel John Jay College Criminal Justice, New York City, 1996, Academy Criminal Justice Sciences, Albuquerque, 1998. Volunteer Mercy Hospital, Roseburg, Oregon, since 1995.

Member Academy Criminal Justice Sciences, American Society Criminology, American Society Industrial Security, International Association Women Police (associate), Police Writers Club (panelist).


Married Gene H. Cox, June 11, 1938 (deceased June 1996). Children: William Edward, James Laurence (deceased August 1999), Willa Margaret.

William Mont Robinson

Adelia Anne (Geier) Robinson

Gene H. Cox

William Edward Cox

James Laurence Cox (deceased August 1999)

Willa Margaret Cox