Two Criminologists cover a new female-focused story each episode and examine how women fare in the criminal justice system. We’ll explore the causes of female crime, victimology, as well as celebrate heroines who have left their mark on the criminal justice system.Dr Meghan Sacks and Dr Amy Shlosberg are both Associate Professors of Criminology at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Both have years of first-hand experience working with offenders and professionals in the criminal justice system. They teach classes such as: Women & Crime, Race & Crime, Criminology, and Serial Killers.
About the Host
Host Name: Meghan Sacks & Amy Shlosberg
Host Residence Country: United States
Meghan Sacks, Ph.D, is an Associate Professor and Criminology Program Director at Fairleigh Dickinson University. She teaches classes on Women and Crime, Serial Killers, and Crime Policy. Her research interests include bail reform, plea bargaining, sentencing policy and corrections. She has published her work in several journal articles and periodicals, co-authored two books and contributed to several more. Meghan received her PhD and Masters from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Prior to her academic career, Meghan served as a United States Probation Officer in the Southern District of New York.
Amy Shlosberg, Ph.D , is an Associate Professor of Criminology at Fairleigh Dickinson University where she teaches courses on Wrongful Conviction, Offender Reentry and Reintegration, Race and Crime, Penology, Comparative Justice Systems, Data Analysis and Research Methods. Her primary research focuses on miscarriages of justice, the negative implications of incarceration and issues surrounding reentry, with an emphasis on policy and procedural reform. Her works in this area have been accepted for publication in several academic journals, including the Albany Law Review, Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology and Deviant Behavior. Amy received her PhD and Masters from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice.