JJC

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JJCJoliet Junior College (Illinois)
JJCJohn Jay College
JJCJakarta Japan Club (Indonesia)
JJCJuvenile Justice Clearinghouse
JJCJurong Junior College (Jurong, Singapore)
JJCJuvenile Justice Council (various locations)
JJCJapan Journalist College
JJCJuvenile Justice Corrections Services (Council on Accreditation)
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Where: John Jay College 899 Tenth Avenue (58th + 59th) NYC
A target audience on which these e-readers could be tested was identified: a group of prospective City University of New York (CUNY) freshmen taking summer classes at John Jay College. During their hands-on library session, we had small groups test the e-readers and answer a questionnaire.
Routledge, a unit of Taylor & Francis (New York), has assumed publishing responsibility for "Criminal Justice Ethics," a semi-annual journal, from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY (New York).
Greifinger is at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City.
Heffernan (Law), John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY; Barbara Hudson (Sociology), University of Central Lancashire; Andrew A.
While Soler was attending New York's John Jay College, thinking about becoming a lawyer, he found himself embroiled in a bitter housing dispute.
The visit to John Jay College has been organised through a fellowship aimed at sharing experience and expertise.
By Amy Rowland (Ph.D.), Men's and Women's Tennis Coach, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (NYC) and Richard Stratton, (Ph.D.), Sports Psychology Specialist, Virginia Tech University
A Canadian, Data Byrne is a professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY) and consulting editor for Black Issues in Higher Education's (now called Diverse) Landmarks in Civil Rights History series.
It is not enough to point to the recent John Jay College study that found most of the victims of clergy abuse since 1950 were adolescent boys.
In recent years, a new wave of crime experts has emerged at John Jay College, the University of Chicago, and other institutions to challenge the supremacy of Bratton-style policing, but even before that it was rash to ignore the multiple factors involved in New York's anti-crime success.