Dr. Jasmine Silver
Jasmine Silver is an Assistant Professor at the Rutgers University-Newark School of Criminal Justice. She received her PhD in Criminal Justice from the University at Albany, SUNY in 2018. Her primary area of research explores the role of moral judgment in diverse areas of crime and justice, including punishment preferences, perceptions of the justice system, and offending. Her additional research interests include public opinion about criminal justice as well as police-citizen relations. She is also interested in survey methodology. Her recent work appears in Criminology, Justice Quarterly, Law and Society Review, Law and Human Behavior, and Punishment and Society.