The research magazine for John Jay College of Criminal Justice
John Jay researchers are building evidence for less punitive and more helpful approaches to mental health issues
Researchers: Katarzyna Celinska, Lior Gideon, Aída Martínez-Gómez, Rebecca Weiss, Philip Yanos
Studying Individual Experiences of Violence and PTSD
Dr. Maureen Allwood's research underscores the importance of individualized analysis when addressing PTSD in survivors of violence
Shedding Light on Subtle Forms of Discrimination
Dr. Kevin Nadal passionately addresses subtle yet pervasive discrimination faced by marginalized communities
"A Matter of Truth"
The Northeast Slavery Records Index (NESRI) is shining a light on the true history of slavery and enslaved persons in the American Northeast.
Fighting Violence, Without Police
Jeffrey Butts and the Research Evaluation Center study alternative methods for reducing community violence, without police.
2023 Student Notes
Polycentric, Dialogical, and Relational
An exhibition featuring John Jay faculty artists -- in a virtual space.
Are Polls Broken?
John Jay Associate Professor and election scholar Brian Arbour says national polling isn't as broken as we might think.