Rutgers University, Newark Experts Can Comment On Issues Relating To Urban Policing
Recent actions to reduce police forces in New Jersey cities such as Camden and Newark have resulted in fears of increased crime, and references to crime spikes in the 1970s.
- George Thomas, One of the Nation’s Foremost Criminal Justice Scholars, Named Rutgers University Board of Governors Professor
- Bonita Veysey Appointed Interim Dean of Rutgers School of Criminal Justice
- Prominent Criminal Justice Scholar Todd Clear Returns to Rutgers as New Dean of the School of Criminal Justice
- Rutgers Criminal Justice Professor’s Free GIS Textbook Download Helps Crime Fighting and Public Safety Practitioners Worldwide
These Rutgers experts can discuss how recent changes in technology and policing strategies can contribute to a better outcome for urban areas in New Jersey and around the country, despite reductions in personnel, as well as other issues relating to urban policing and crime prevention.
Expert: TODD CLEAR, dean and professor, Rutgers School of Criminal Justice
Contact: office 973-353-3311, x3309 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Expert: ANTHONY BRAGA, professor, Rutgers School of Criminal Justice
Contact: 973.353.3311, email@example.com
Expert: WAYNE FISHER, director of the Police Institute at Rutgers School of Criminal Justice
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 973.353.5262 for Fisher’s cell phone number.
These experts can also be reached via the Rutgers-Newark Office of Communications, contacts:
Helen Paxton, 973.353.5262 or 973.714.0776, email@example.com,
Ferlanda Fox Nixon, 973.353.5262, firstname.lastname@example.org
Carla Capizzi, 973.353.5262, email@example.com