Fellowship addresses the changing face of terrorism, cybercrime, and other security threats
Since 2005 the Mountainview program has enrolled 100 former inmates at Rutgers University–New Brunswick and is now enrolling students in Newark.
Distinguished faculty member Ronald Clarke of the Rutgers School of Criminal Justice (SCJ) has received what is generally considered to be the top prize in criminology: the Stockholm Prize in Criminology.
John Cohen will teach and advise Rutgers’ new Institute for Emergency Preparedness and Homeland Security.
Todd Clear, provost of Rutgers University–Newark and former dean of the Rutgers School of Criminal Justice, discusses how NJ-STEP is transforming New Jersey’s prison system.
The renowned criminologist, currently director of the Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Queen's University, Belfast, begins his post Sept. 1.
Criminal justice professor by day and children’s book author by night, Joel Caplan takes young readers on a Fantastic Awesome Funny Fun Day at School – and prompts them to open up to their parents.