Founded in 2003, Suffolk University's Center for Crime and Justice Policy Research (CCJPR) provides extensive expertise and methodological skills in the conduct of basic and applied research.
Meet our faculty: Maureen Norton-Hawk, Ph.D., Co-Director Gini Mann-Deibert, Ph.D., Co-Director Erika Gebo, Ph.D., Research Associate Hannah Hostetler, Intern
Mission: The mission of the center is to conduct policy-relevant research on issues of crime and justice in communities utilizing rigorous social science methodology and knowledge of best practices. Qualified students are given the opportunity to engage in research that expands their knowledge of crime and justice.
[02/20/13] Research, Reports and Publications
Eastern Sociological Society, Boston Four sociology students presented results of their five month research project on Suffolk students' attitudes about marijuana decriminalization at the Easter Sociological Society Annual Meeting.
American Society of Criminology, Washington D.C. Two groups of Suffolk University sociology students were selected to present the results of their research at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in Washington D.C. This group examined the portrayal of female offenders in television crime drama and 'non-fictional' true-crime shows. Using social, personality, and situational (crime-oriented) characteristics, their research explored the image and the reality of female offenders across thirty separate coding schemes.
Eastern Sociological Society, Philadelphia Two Suffolk University students presented the results of their five month research project on Suffolk students' attitudes about marijuana decriminalization at the Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meeting in Philadelphia.
Eastern Sociological Society, New York After five months of data collection and analysis, four sociology students presented their findings at the Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meeting in New York City. The project focused on analyzing support of the Massachusetts law that decriminalized small amounts of marijuana.
Dr. Jack Levin Gives Lecture on Serial Killers Jack Levin, Ph.D., is the Irving and Betty Brudnick Professor of Sociology and Criminology and director of the Brudnick Center on Conflict and Violence at Northeastern University, where he teaches courses in prejudice and violence.
Wearing the Scarlet Letter
A Symposium on Challenges & Possibilities for those with Criminal Backgrounds
Featured Speaker: Fran Fajana, Massachusetts Law Reform Institute
Panelists: Ex-Offenders Living with CORI (Criminal Offender Record Information)
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