Graeme Newman

Professor Graeme Newman, University of New York, Albany

Graeme Newman is a distinguished teaching professor at the School of Criminal Justice, University of Albany and has published works in the fields of history and philosophy of punishment, comparative criminal justice, private security, situational crime prevention and information technology. He was CEO of a publishing company for 15 years and in 1990 established the United Nations Crime and Justice Information Network, the first criminal justice presence on the Internet. Professot Newmand has published widely in criminal justice and other fields, and has written commercial software. Among the books he has written or edited are: Superhighway Robbery: Crime Prevention and E-commerce Crime  (Willan , 2003 with Ronald V. Clarke); Migration, Vulture Conflict and Crime  (Ashgate 2002, with Joshua Freilich, Shlomo Shoham and Ronald V. Clarke); The Global Report on Crime and Justice  (United Nations/Oxford 1998); Rational Choice and Situational Crime Prevention  (Dartmouth, 1997, with Ronal V. Clarke and Shlomo Shoham); Handbook of Criminal Justice Information Sources  (Oryx Press. 1997, with Dennis Benamati; Phyllis Schultze and Adam Bouloukos); The Punishment Response , 2nd Edition, (Harrow and Heston, 1985); Just and Painful A Case for the Corporal Punishment of Criminals , 2nd Edition, (Harrow and Heston, 1995); and Comparative Deviance: Law and Preception in Six Cultures  (Elsevier, 1976).


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