Chair, Criminal Justice Department
Farmingdale , NY, UNITED STATES
Dr. Cooke is chair of the Department of Criminal Justice, assistant professor in the department, and an author.
Provost Office Fellowship, CUNY Graduate Center2013-01-01
CUNY Tuition Fellowship, CUNY Graduate Center2008-01-01
Dean K. Harrison Fellowship, John Jay College of Criminal Justice2008-01-01
University Fellowship, John Jay College of Criminal Justice2006-01-01
Dr. John E. Richardson III Award for Outstanding Achievement in Psychology, Morgan State University2000-01-01
PhD, Criminal Justice and Public Policy
MA, Criminal Justice
MA, Forensic Psychology
Incarceration and the Family Medgar Evers College, Brooklyn, NY
Employment Resources for the Formerly Incarcerated Fedcap WeCare, Brooklyn, NY
Job Development and Readiness for Individuals with Disabilities Human Rights Commission, Bronx, NY
Fios 1 News tv
TV segment about the dramatic rise in gun permits on Long Island.view more
Predictors of the use of Stop, Question, and Frisk on Juveniles using NYPD Stop, Question and Frisk data from 2014. The research seeks to understand system behavior and predictors of SQF as it relates to juveniles. The research will consider demographics, location, and circumstances and connect this to local crime and census data.
Troop 1036 | Girl Scouts of America/Nassau County Division
Manager of process that includes distribution, money management, and order consolidation of Girl Scout Cookie orders.
Structure Matters: Predicting Juvenile Justice System Behavior
Do Drug Courts Work? For What, Compared to What? Qualitative Results
from a Natural Experiment.
Community Crime Control
Philosophical and historical background of policing throughout the free world; special emphasis is placed on the heritage of British and American policing, the governmental role of law enforcement in society; administration of American justice at all levels of government. The role of technology in law enforcement and crime prevention; history, modes and impact.view more
Emphasis will be placed on the numerous and complex factors involved in the areas of human relations as they affect law enforcement. An examination of prejudices, myths, and discrimination, how to control them, and their impact in law enforcement. The use of information management tools for classifying cases with respect to issues of bias.view more
An introduction and an orientation to the causes and treatment of juvenile delinquency; an examination of the methods of handling juvenile offenders, including interviewing techniques, screening, and referrals to social agenciesview more
The role of the Crime Laboratory in the law enforcement organization; scope of a criminalistic operation; organizational orientation of the criminalistics laboratory. Reconstruction of the crime scene through computer animation methods.view more
Introduction to criminal investigation, technical methods used at the crime scene; development of clues, identification of suspects, criminal investigation procedures including the theory of an investigation, conduct at crime scenes; collection and preservation of physical evidence, analysis of the elements that constitute all crimes.view more
This course introduces anthropological, biological and economical, ecological, philosophical, psychological, psychiatric and sociological theories of criminal behavior as well as research evidence on the basic patterns of crime and crime trends. Computer-based data analysis of index crimes selected from the Uniform Crime Reports compiled by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and National Crime Victimization Survey.view more