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Faculty Spotlight: Graeme Newman, Distinguished Teaching Professor

Professor Newman is a Distinguished Teaching Professor here in the University at Albany’s criminal justice program. Professor Newman has been a consultant to the United Nations Criminal Justice and Crime Prevention Division. He also helped establish the United Nations Crime and Justice Information Network. This network was the first criminal justice presence on the Internet. Professor Newman is also the Associate Director of the Center for Problem Oriented Policing. This organization focuses on how police can better address crime and disorder problems. As Associate Director, Professor Newman contributes and helps manage the website.

Professor Newman has written several books and you can check them out at the University Libraries and online!

Bomb threats in schools. Graeme Newman. Washington, DC: U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, [2005].
Online / GovDoc: J 85 J 36.15/3:32[http://permanent.access.gpo.gov/lps71547/open.pdf]

Check and card fraud. Graeme Newman. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, [2004]
Online / GovDoc: J 85 J 36.15/3:21[http://permanent.access.gpo.gov/lps73068/open.pdf]

Comparative deviance: perception and law in six cultures. Graeme Newman. New York: Elsevier Scientific Pub. Co., c1976.
Dewey Library HV 6030 N48

Crime and deviance: a comparative perspective. Edited by Graeme Newman. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, c1980.
Dewey Library HV 6028 C72

Crime and immigration. Edited by Joshua D. Freilich and Graeme R. Newman. Aldershot, England; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, c2007.
Dewey Library HV 6181 C714 2007

For a full list of books owned by the University Libraries, search for Professor Newman in Minerva! Search Newman, Graeme under Author (last name first). You will find 26 results.

Professor Newman has also written several articles, reports, and book chapters, including:

Newman, G. and Clarke, R. (2007). “The situational prevention of terrorism: some ethical considerations.��? Criminal Justice Ethics, 26(1), 2-65.

Reducing Opportunities for Terrorism��? With Ronald V. Clarke. In Werner Stritzke, Stephen Lewandowsky, David Denemark, Frank Morgan and Joe Clare (Eds) Terrorism and Torture: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (2008)
Dewey Library HV 6431 T46357 2009

Situational Crime Prevention and the Control of Terrorism.��? With Ronald V. Clarke. In Ozgur Nikbay and Suneyman Hancerli (Eds.) Understanding and Responding to the Terrorism Phenomenon: A Multidimensional perspective. NATO Science for Peace and Security Series, Vol. 21.Washington: IOC Press. 2007.
Dewey Library HV 6431 N3837 2006

Modifying Criminogenic Products: What Role for Government?��? With Ronald V. Clarke. In Clarke and Newman (Eds) Designing out crime from Products and Systems. Crime Prevention Studies, 2005. London: Willan Publishers. Crime Prevention Studies. Vol. 18. (2005).
Dewey Library HV 7431 D468X 2005

For a full list of Professor Newman’s publications, please consult his CV]. If you have any questions, please contact our criminal justice bibliographer, Mary Jane Brustman by phone at 442-3540 or email at mbrustman@albany.edu.