Prof. Charles Strozier and colleagues on "Climate Change on the Nuclear Subcontinent" in HuffPost Green. Professor Charles B. Strozier, with colleagues Kelly Berkell and William Blakemore, on "Climate Change on the Nuclear Subcontinent", published in ... more Prof. Charles Strozier and Kelly Berkell on "How climate change helped ISIS" in Huffington Post Professor Charles B. Strozier and Kelly Berkell on "How climate change helped ISIS" in Huffington Post.As the Obama administration undertakes ... more What do we Know About NYC’s Stop and Frisk Program? A Spatial and Statistical Analysis.
Evans, Douglas N., Cynthia-Lee Maragh and Jeremy R. Porter (2014). What do we Know About NYC’s Stop and Frisk Program? ... more The Second American Crime Drop Butts, Jeffrey A. and Douglas N. Evans (2014). The Second American Crime Drop: Trends in Juvenile and Youth Violence. In ... more Basics of Research Methods for Criminal Justice and Criminology Maxfield, Michael G. and Earl Babbie (2015). Basics of Research Methods for Criminal Justice and Criminology (3rd Edition). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.
Updated ... more Line Drawing Butts, Jeffrey A. and John K. Roman (2014). Line Drawing: Raising the Minimum Age of Criminal Court Jurisdiction in New York. New ... more Evaluation of Cure Violence With funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), the Research and Evaluation (R&E) Center at John Jay College is ... more National Forum on Youth Violence Prevention Through a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, the Research and Evaluation Center is assessing the efforts of the ... more Assessing Gun Violence Reduction Strategies in New York City The Research & Evaluation Center received funding from the New York City Council to assess the implementation of gun violence ... more Dr. Scott Atran discusses What Drives People to do Heinous Crimes and Terrorism & Mental Health on RadioMD Professor Scott Atran on "What Drives People to do Heinous Crimes?" and Terrorism & Mental Health: What's the Connection?" on ... more CRJ 772 Seminar in Terrorism Studies We know that there is a lot of confusion with the layout of CRJ 772 this semester. While we are ... more Availability of Seats in Required Courses for Advanced Certificate in Terrorism Studies Certificate Students: Please note that another section of CRJ 772 (Seminar in Terrorism Studies) has been added for Fall 2013 ... more New Course in the Advanced Certificate in Terrorism Studies - Terror and Human Rights A new course that has been added to the curriculum of the Advanced Certificate in Terrorism Studies this fall - Terror ... more Criminal Justice Policy Research The Research & Evaluation Center is working with Justice Fellowship (JF) to provide expertise and support that will advance JF’s ... more Juvenile Justice Information Exchange
There is More than One 'System' in Juvenile Justice
by Jeffrey A. Butts, April 24, 2013
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Mental health is ... more Dr Scott Atran on “How homegrown terrorists become radicalized” on “America Live with Megyn Kelly” Dr Scott Atran on “How homegrown terrorists become radicalized” on “America Live with Megyn Kelly”
View the video on ... more Dr Scott Atran in Foreign Policy: "Black and White and Red All Over" Scott Atran (22 April 2013). "Black and White and Red All Over." Foreign Policy.
"Americans refuse to be terrorized," declared President ... more Dr Scott Atran in Foreign Policy: "Social Warfare" Scott Atran (March 15, 2013). "Social Warfare." Foreign Policy.
With the automatic sequestration cuts geared up to slash billions of dollars ... more Dr Scott Atran in The Huffington Post: "The Folly of Defunding Social Science" Scott Atran (March 15, 2013). "The Folly of Defunding Social Science." The Huffington Post.
With the so-called sequester geared to cut ... more Professor Charles Strozier discusses Cults on the OWN Network
What is a cult, and how does it differ from a new religious movement? In preparation for their upcoming investigative ... more Teaming up for Safer Cities Butts, Jeffrey A., Caterina Roman, and Kathleen A. Tomberg (2012). Teaming up for Safer Cities. A Report from the Implementation Assessment ... more The Philadelphia Inquirer Charles Strozier & Scott Gabriel Knowles (September 12, 2012). "9/11: A lapse of Memory." The Philadelphia Inquirer.
The typical student entering ... more The Philadelphia Inquirer John Mueller (September 9, 2012). "Never have so few been able to frighten so many." The Philadelphia Inquirer.
As we enter ... more Dr Scott Atran in Foreign Policy: "God and the Ivory Tower" Scott Atran (August 6, 2012). "God and the Ivory Tower." Foreign Policy
The era of world struggle between the great secular ... more Homicide by Neighborhood... Chauhan, Preeti and Lauren Kois (2012). Homicide by Neighborhood: Mapping New York City’s Violent Crime Drop. New York, NY: Research ... more