Jay S. Berman

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    Dr. Jay Berman, Ph.D
    Professor

    Email: jberman@njcu.edu
    Phone: (201) 200-2418
    Office: Professional Studies Building 224

    Specialization: police administration, criminal investigation, criminal justice ethics
    Research Interests: community policing
     

     

    Education

    Post-Doctoral Faculty Fellowship, Public Affairs, Princeton University 1990
    Ph.D.School of Criminal Justice, Rutgers University 1985
    M.S. School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University 1974
    B.S. College of Criminal Justice, Northeastern University 1972

    Professional Experience

    New Jersey City University, Department of Criminal Justice 1981-Present
    William Paterson University, Department of Criminal Justice 1977-1981
    Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office, County Detective, 1974-1977

    Professional Affilations

    Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences 
    Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences 
    New Jersey Association of Criminal Justice Educators

    Licenses and Certificates

    Certified Instructor, New Jersey Police Training Commission

    Publications and Presentations

    Police Administration and Progressive Reform: Theodore Roosevelt as Police Commissioner of New York. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2008 (fourth printing)

    Police Community Relations, Basic Course for Police Officers. Trenton, NJ: State of New Jersey, Department of Law and Public Safety, Division of Criminal Justice, 2001

    Ethical Issues in Community Policing - Instructor Training Manual. New Jersey Regional Community       Policing Institute, Washington, DC: Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, United States Department of Justice, 1999

    Program Management and Research Skills - Instructor Training Manual. New Jersey Regional Community Policing Institute, Washington, DC: Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, United States Department of Justice, 1999

    Orientation to Community Policing - Instructor Training Manual. New Jersey Regional Community Policing Institute, Washington, DC: Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, United States Department of Justice, 1998

    Crime Prevention in Community Policing - Instructor Training Manual. New Jersey Regional Community Policing Institute, Washington, DC; Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, United States Department of Justice, 1998

    Problem-Solving Strategies in Community Policing - Instructor Training Manual. New Jersey Regional Community Policing Institute, Washington, DC: Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, United States Department of Justice, 1998

    Strategic Planning in Community Policing - Instructor Training Manual. New Jersey Regional Community Policing Institute, Washington, DC: Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, United States Department of Justice, 1998

    Strategic Planning:  A Staircase to Community Policing. Washington, DC: Police Foundation/
    Community Policing Consortium, 1997
    Strategic Planning for Community Policing: An Annotated Outline. Washington, DC: Police Foundation/Community Policing Consortium, 1997

    “Theodore Roosevelt as Police Commissioner of New York: The Birth of Modern American Police Administration” in Theodore Roosevelt: Many Sided American. N. Naylor, editor; Hempstead, NY: Hofstra University, 1992

    “Reform Comes to Mulberry Street,” Theodore Roosevelt Association Journal. Spring, 1988

    “The Taming of the Tiger - The Lexow Committee Investigation of Tammany Hall and the Police Department of the City of New York,” Police Studies. Winter, 1981

    Local Criminal Justice Planning in New Jersey (Co-Author). Rutgers Criminal Justice Monograph Series; Newark, NJ: Rutgers University, 1978

    “Ten Years of Violations: The USA Patriot Act”, Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences Meeting, June 8, 2011, Bristol, Rhode Island

    “Future Trends in Criminal Justice Higher Education”, Academy Criminal Justice Sciences Annual  Meeting, February 24, 2010, San Diego California

    “Community Justice: An Integrated Response to Crime”, Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences Meeting, June 11, 2009, Bristol, Rhode Island

    “ACJS Certification and Standards”, Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences Meeting, June 8, 2007, Bristol, Rhode Island

    “ACJS Certification: Overview of the Process’, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, March 15, 2007, Seattle, Washington

    “Professional Development for Criminal Justice Program Reviewers”, Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences Meeting, June 8, 2006, Bristol, Rhode Island

    “A Discipline Moves Toward Accreditation: The Case of Criminal Justice”, The 2006 TLC Teaching Conference, January 4, 2006, Orlando, Florida

    “Professional Development Seminar on Standards and Certification”, Academy of criminal Justice Sciences Meeting, March 18, 2005, Chicago, Illinois

    “Standards and Academic Review”,  Southern Criminal Justice Association Meeting, September 30, 2005, Jacksonville Beach, Florida

    “Certification to Accreditation”, Western and Pacific Association of Criminal Justice Educators Meeting, October 9, 2004, San Diego, California

    “Creating a Model for Certification and Accreditation of Academic Programs”, The 2004 College Teaching and Learning Conference, January 4, 2004, Orlando, Florida

    “The Academic Response to Terrorism: Reflections From Ground Zero”, Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences Meeting, June 6, 2002, Bristol, Rhode Island

    “Toward a National Model of Police Training: The Regional Community Policing Institutes”, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Meeting, March 10, 1999, Orlando, Florida.

    “Training for Community Policing”, Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences, June 11, 1998, Newport, Rhode Island

    “Community Policing In New Jersey: An Exploratory Study”, American Society of Criminology Meeting, November 18, 1995, Boston Massachusetts.

    “Law Enforcement and Social Work: A Conceptual Model For Community Policing”, American Society of Criminology Meeting, November 11, 1994, Miami, Florida.

    “Community Policing: Prospects for the Twenty-First Century”, Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences Meeting, June 5, 1994, Newport, Rhode Island.

    “Community Policing and Crime Control”, American Society of Criminology Meeting, October 26, 1993, Phoenix, Arizona.

    “New Dynamics in Organizational Crime”, American Society of Criminology Meeting, November 6, 1992, New Orleans.

    “Criminal Justice Ethics: The Legacy of the Conservative Ideology”, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Meeting, March 14, 1992, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

    “Organized Crime in America” , Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences Meeting, June 4, 1991, Newport, Rhode Island.

    “New Approaches to Crime Prevention” , Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences  Meeting, April 6, 1990, Denver, Colorado.

    “Police Personnel Selection and Training”, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Meeting, March 30, 1989, Washington, D.C.

    “Cooperative Education in Criminal Justice: Learning in Transition,” Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Meeting, April 5, 1988, San Francisco, California.

    “Assessing the Impact of the President’s Crime Commission: The Lessons of History,” Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Meeting, March 17, 1986, Orlando, Florida.

    Courses Taught

    CJ 111 – Introduction to Criminal Justice
    CJ 112 – Crime and Delinquency
    CJ 120 – Careers in Criminal Justice
    CJ 210 – Crime Prevention
    CJ 215 – Police Organization and Administration
    CJ 260 – Criminal Investigation
    CJ 275 – Police and the Community
    CJ 444 -  Criminal Justice Ethics
    CJ 615 – Theory and Practice of Police Administration
    CJ 620 – Operation Strategies in Police Administration (Graduate)