Crime, Justice, and Prosecutorial Reform

Transnational criminal enterprises such as wildlife crime, human trafficking, and money laundering along with gang violence have become major issues in the study of international crime and justice. Similarly, juvenile delinquency, trauma and stress among correctional officers, and hate crimes have become issues of great import on the more domestic and localized levels. Addressing biases in the criminal justice system, increasing crime control efforts, and reducing recidivism are also of major concern. Focusing on the above issues, Green School faculty research areas with practical impact as well as long-term policy implications in the criminal justice field on both the local and international levels.