Maureen Norton-Hawk, PhD, Director
Maureen Norton-Hawk has an active record of involvement on issues related to female offenders, community corrections, and drug use. She has conducted relevant research for the National Institute ofustice, the Suffolk County House of Corrections, Nashua Street Jail, MCI-Framingham, and the Boston Municipal Court.
Maureen Norton-Hawk also serves as a tenured associate professor within the Department of Sociology and Graduate Program in Criminal Justice at Suffolk University.
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Erika Gebo, PhD, Research Associate
Professor Gebo believes in active scholarly engagement with the wider community. She does so through funded grant work on issues related to youth justice and assistance to community responding to youth violence, as well as through her work as a research associate for the Center for Crime and Justice Policy Research. Where possible, students are brought into research projects in order to engage more directly with the topic under study. Her current research focuses on how institutions, such as schools and community agencies, can inhibit or promote delinquent and gang behavior and the policy implications derived from that.
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