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by Peter Moskos

November 13, 2012

Now Hiring: John Jay College Dept. of Law & Police Science

"Did you say tenured-track professor in New York City!?"

Why, yes I did.

My department at John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration) is hiring 3 (count 'em, three) tenure-track assistant-professor lines. Two are police-related; one a more general criminal-justice (or it might be the other way around, but that doesn't really matter).

You can read the job postings here (for police) and here (for criminal justice).


You need a PhD or have to be on track to get one in the spring.

Related, I and some of my colleagues will be at the ASC conference in Chicago this week (I'll be there Wed-Sat). We're looking for a few good men and women. Come find us and we can all tell each other nice things about ourselves.

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