Hung-En Sung (Ph.D., SUNY – Albany) joined John Jay College of Criminal Justice in 2006 and is now Professor of Criminal Justice. Previously, he had served as Research Director at Kings County's District Attorney (1996-2001) and Research Associate at the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University (2001-2006). Professor Sung's research interests revolve around health and justice, corrections and rehabilitation, policing, program evaluation, and comparative study of crime and justice. He has published extensively on these issues and offered related training in Latin America, Asia, and the United Nations. Professor Sung mentors students and junior faculty investigators in research design, data analysis, and academic publishing. He was awarded the W.E.B. Du Bois Fellowship by the National Institute of Justice in 2010 and a Visiting Professorship by the National Taipei University with financial support from the Ministry of Science and Technology of Taiwan in 2015.
Sung, H.-E., Delgado, S., Peña, D. E., & Paladino, A. (2016). Surveillance without protection: Policing undocumented migrant workers in an American suburb. The British Journal of Criminology, 56(5), 877-897. (SSCI)
Sung, H.-E., Mellow, J., Vaughan, R., & Drucker, E. (2016). Building infrastructure and capacity for correctional health research in a college of criminal justice: Lessons and promises. The Prison Journal, 96(2), 304-328. (SSCI)
Rajah, V., Kramer, R., & (2015). The mis-synchronization of juvenile reform: Competing constructions of temporality and risk among rehabilitation programs and young offenders. The British Journal of Criminology, 55(1) 184-202. (SSCI)
Yu, S. V., Sung, H.-E., Mellow, J., & Shlosberg, A. (2014). The prevalence and correlates of suicidal ideation among parolees. Psychiatric Services, 65(3), 381-386. (SSCI)
Delgado, S., Peña, D. E. , & Paladino, A. (2013).Tyrannizing strangers for profit: Wage theft, cross-border migrant workers, and the politics of exclusion in an era of global economic integration. In D. Brotherton, D. Stageman, & S. Leyro (eds), Outside Justice: The Criminalization of Immigrants in Policy and Practice (pp. 247-268). New York: Springer.
Sung, H.-E., & Chu, D. (2013). The varieties of religious experience and the retention of clients in Taiwanese faith-based residential drug user treatment. Substance Use & Misuse, 48(12), 1219-1232. (SSCI)
Sung, H.-E. (2012). Women in government, public corruption and liberal democracy in cross-national perspective. Crime, Law and Social Change, 58(3), 195-219. (SSCI)
Sung, H.-E. (2012). Pregnancy and drinking among women offenders under community supervision in the United States: 2002-2008. Journal of Urban Health, 89(3),500-509. (SSCI)
Sung, H.-E. (2011). From diversion to reentry: Recidivism risks among graduates of an alternative to incarceration program. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 22(2), 219-234.
Correctional health; comparative criminology; political corruption; rehabilitation of offenders; substance abuse and its treatment
Program evaluation; policy analysis; offender rehabilitation; substance abuse; violence against women