Crime Trends and Collateral Consequences

 

Whether analyzing crime waves or accounting for a decline in crime, researchers at John Jay College are experts in evaluating crime trends and the consequences of crime control policies.

Preeti Chauhan (Department of Psychology) is researching the crime decline in New York City.

Delores Jones-Brown (Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration) is the Faculty Research Fellow at the Center on Race, Crime, and Justice, a multifaceted multidisciplinary entity for exploring critical issues at the intersection of race / ethnicity, crime and justice.

Andrew Karmen (Department of Sociology) has analyzed statistics in relation to the New York City crime drop, and has questioned many widely held beliefs about this phenomenon.

Karen Terry (Department of Criminal Justice) is researching the crime decline in New York City, in addition to studies on sex offender policies and practices.