Jill A. Paccione-Frometa

Jill A. Paccione-Frometa

Lecturer
Phone number: 
(212) 237-8404
Room number and address: 
422-09 Haaren Hall

Education

M.A., John Jay College of Criminal Justice (2019, Criminal Justice/Police Administration)

Advanced Certificate, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (2019, Crime Prevention and Analysis)

Bio

Jill Paccione-Frometa is a doctoral student and undergraduate lecturer in the department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration. She is a New York State certified Crime Analyst and was previously employed as a research scientist at New York University and the New York City Police Department, among other roles in New York City’s criminal justice system. Jill was nominated for John Jay's Distinguished Teaching Prize for the 2020-21 and 2021-22 academic years, and in October 2021 was awarded funding for a short exploratory study on vaccine hesitancy and police attitudes toward the COVID-19 vaccine. Her research interests include evidence-based policing, policy evaluation, and law enforcement culture. 

JJC Affiliations

Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Science; Police Science, Bachelor of Science; Criminal Justice, Doctor of Philosophy

Course Taught

CJBS 250 - Research Methods/Statistics in Criminal Justice

CJBS 415 - Capstone Seminar for Criminal Justice BS

COR 101 - Introduction to Corrections

PSC 107 - Introduction to Criminal Investigations

PSC 201 - Police Organization and Administration 

PSC 202 - Police and Diversity

PSC 260 - Evidence-Based and Problem-Oriented Policing

PSC 300 - Police Management and Administration in the United States

Area of Expertise

Faculty Expertise: topics/keywords

Policing, Law Enforcement, Crime Prevention and Analysis, Sexual Violence, Opioids 

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