The Faculty of the Program in Criminal Justice

As both an interdisciplinary program and a pre-professional instructional program, our faculty members join us from not only various academic departments at Rutgers University within the School of Arts and Sciences, but also from vastly diverse careers and backgrounds within the criminal justice field. Our faculty includes members from the Departments of Sociology, Anthropology, Political Science, Philosophy, and Economics; subsequently, our faculty includes lawyers, former police officers, detectives, FBI agents, researchers, social workers, medical examiners, anthropologists, and many other professionals within the field of criminal justice.

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This diverse mix of faculty reinforces the three main areas of criminal justice that is the foundation of our program: law enforcement, courts, and corrections. Our faculty members have extensive and continuing connections within the field of criminal justice—both scholarly and professionally—that strengthen and enrich their work. This dedication is expressed in the commitment of the Program’s faculty to their research and teaching. The rich array of outstanding publications our faculty produces reveals the depth and breadth of their expertise. The range of stimulating undergraduate courses offered by our department each semester attracts a diverse group of students across the university.


We invite you to learn more about our faculty, obtain a snapshot of their scholarly achievements, see what they are up to beyond Rutgers, and to discover how their expertise benefits students and contributes to a better understanding of crime and criminal justice.



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