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The Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management (PCJ) is a RESEARCH program. If you are interested in obtaining a degree from Harvard Kennedy School (HKS), you can explore the various degree programs offered at HKS:
There are many ways for Harvard students to become involved with the Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management:
Meet the PCJ Summer Interns! The PCJ Summer Interns selected for 2015 are: Enumale Agada, Christopher Izant, and Alex Rothman. Read about these PCJ Summer Interns and the work they're doing this summer ... learn more
PCJ Academic Year Fellow
Congratulations to Emily Terwelp who has been awarded the 2015-2016 Academic Year Fellowship from the Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management at Harvard Kennedy School. Check back in August when we'll be posting more about our newest AY Fellow.
PCJ Supports Student Research
What do studying disadvantaged mothers of teenagers living in poor Southern US neighborhoods and how they understand, experience, and strategize around systems of crime control in their daily lives have in common with studying the impact of methamphetamine and crime on daily life in Native American tribal reservations? What does understanding the relationship between in-prison programming and successful prisoner reentry in Massachusetts have to do with historic data on prison admissions and releases in Massachusetts since 1972 or understanding the trends of mass incarceration and mass deportation? The connecting thread is funding from the Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management (PCJ). Each topic represents a current research project from Harvard Doctoral Candidates Asad L. Asad, Monica Bell, Blythe George, Abena Subira Mackall, Margot Moinester, and Jessica Simes... MORE
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Harvard Kennedy School is the most international of Harvard’s graduate schools, with students from more than 75 countries. And they come from a variety of backgrounds — from the public, private and non-profit sectors — united by the goal of making the world a better place. Their stories say a great deal about their aspirations, commitment and passion, and about the Kennedy School’s role in training the next generation of public leaders. Learn more about these students who have chosen to focus on the criminal justice field as featured in our Student Stories and Video Gallery pages.