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Judith M. Sgarzi Ph.D.
Professor, Criminal Justice (Faculty)
Primary Department: School of Arts and Sciences
Boston College, Ph.D.,
Bridgewater State College, B.S.,
Suffolk University, M.S.C.E.,
Visit Dr. Judie's Criminal Justice Blog: http://cjfsb.blogspot.com/
American Society of Criminal Justice
Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences
American Psychology Association
Strategic Planning Committee, Boston Community Policing Project
American College of Forensic Examiners
Board of Massachusetts State Police Behavioral Science Unit
Consultant to CNN News on Forensic Criminal Issues
"Victimology: A Study of Victims and Their Roles" (edited with Jack McDevitt). Prentice Hall, 2002.
"Attitudes of New Police Recruits Concerning Domestic Violence: A Pre- and Post-Test Design" (doctoral dissertation on file at the Family Violence and Sexual Assault Clearing House in Tyler, Texas)
Original poetry in various publications.
Professor Sgarzi is currently working in collaboration on a textbook on violence, co-authoring a book on police ethics and ethics in society ("Tearing Down the Thin Blue Line") for Prentice Hall, and working with the forensic science program at the College.
- School of Arts and Sciences
- Criminal Justice