Dr. Wood was awarded a grant regarding the development and feasibility testing of a police diversion tool for cross-system utilizers of health care and justice services in Camden, New Jersey. The grant is being funded by the Laura and John Arnold Foundation. Abstract: The purpose of this study is develop and test the feasibility of…Details
The criminal justice department is offering a special topics course at the Rome campus during the Summer 2017 semester. The course, Art and Justice, is being headed by our own Sharon Ostrow. Contact Professor Ostrow for more information about this new and exciting opportunity.
On October 20,2016 President of the Criminal Justice Society Claire Cochrane along with Faculty Advisor Tara N. Tripp presented the Honorable Shelia Woods-Skipper with a donation for the Philadelphia Mental Health Court. The gift cards will be given to Mental Health Court participants who achieve a milestone while in the program.
The department would like to recognize our December 2016 graduates who achieved the designation of “Distinction in Major” for maintaining a GPA of 3.5 or higher in their Criminal Justice classes. Those students are: Shayne Barren Tiffany Bernert Rikki Bocchinfuso Tori Broz James Hynd Hannah Krause Thomas Malampy Craig Miller Micah Moono Matthew Mundy Samuel…Details
Caterina Roman was recently awarded a $580,000, 3-year grant from the National Institute of Justice to examine police and victim service system networks of response after violent street conflicts, and how service delivery is impacted by the victim/offender label. The project uses a mixed-method design that will yield qualitative data from semi-structured interviews and focus…Details
Our own Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve took part in the plenary panel, “Policing and Race Relations,” hosted by the National Association of Black/Hispanic Journalists. She discusses her role breaking the LaQuan McDonald case and exposing how judges and lawyers aided in the cover-up of police misconduct in Chicago. Click here for the video.
Jamie Fader has been selected as the recipient of the 2016 Michael J. Hindelang Award, which is given annually to recognize the scholar with a recent book that makes “the most outstanding contribution to research in criminology.” Dr. Fader’s book, Falling Back: Incarceration and Transitions to Adulthood among Urban Youth was selected based on “the depth and originality…Details
It is our pleasure to announce that Lori Pompa has been awarded the ASC 2016 Teaching Award. This is a “lifetime-achievement award” recognizing the value of teaching that engages multiple communities and moves beyond traditional classroom settings and her role as the Founder and Director of the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program. Congratulations Lori!!!
Congratulations to our very own Dr. Jamie Fader for receiving the Outstanding Book award from the Academy of Criminal Justice Science (ACJS) for her book, Falling Back: Incarceration and Transition to Adulthood among Urban Youth. The award is given for a book that makes an extraordinary contribution to the study of crime and criminal justice. We also…Details
Nicole Van Cleve, Assistant Professor was co-winner of the New Scholar Award from the American Society of Criminology’s (ASC) Division on People of Color and Crime. This award is in honor of recognizing an individual who is in the early stages of her or his career and has made significant recent contributions to the literature on…Details