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John Jay College Faculty and Staff Publications : Home

Guide for materials published and produced by the John Jay College faculty and staff available in the collections of the Lloyd Sealy Library. By Maria Kiriakova and Ellen Belcher

John Jay Faculty and Staff Publications

This is a guide to John Jay College Faculty and Staff publications. For the latest on research, publications, grants and other activities at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, please also check the John Jay Office for the advancement of Research - Faculty research and Student research as well as the Research Centers and Institutes at John Jay College.

There's also the 2015 publication detailing 50 Years of Research at John Jay College and individual faculty member profiles in which they present their publications.

You can also search individual authors or titles of books in our CUNY+ catalog as well as try an institutional affiliation search in any of our many journal article databases. We present an RSS feed of articles from a few databases on this page.

John Jay Research Centers and Institutes

The Research Constorium at John Jay provides a link to news and information about the Research Centers and Institutes at John Jay College, including:

Other Research Centers

There are various research organizations housed at John Jay College which work in conjunction with other academic, practical, and professional affiliations. Such organizations included, but are not limited to:

From Punishment to Public Health (P2PH): We are developing a mutual focus on the endemic social and structural problems that lead to incarceration, and we seek to re-imagine the features of institutions and policymaking that will position public health interventions to be successful and held accountable to better health, safety and social outcomes and to reduce the risk of criminal and anti-social behavior. 

Program for Research Initiatives in Science and Math (PRISM): The Program for Research Initiatives in Science and Math (PRISM) at John Jay College provides an opportunity for Forensic Science students to engage in the process of scientific research while completing their degree.

Social Networks Research Group (SNRG): We are interested in research on social networks–from ethnography and network theory, to simulation and public policy. We specialize in research on “hard-to-reach” populations, in both the social and geographical senses of the term.