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Ntasha Bhardwaj

Ntasha Bhardwaj is a doctoral candidate at the School of Criminal Justice at Rutgers University. Her work is multi-disciplinary drawing on perspectives from Criminology, Criminal Justice, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science and Law. As a researcher she explores the impact of gender and gender inequality on crime and fear of crime in South Asia. Her dissertation... Learn More


Brandon Turchan

PUBLICATIONS Turchan, B. (in press). High Profile Police-Involved Shootings and Officers’ Perceptions of Legitimacy: Insights from a Natural Experiment. Journal of Experimental Criminology [available online first]. Barao, L., Braga, A. A., Turchan, B. & Cook, P.J. (in press). Clearing Gangand Drug-Involved Nonfatal Shootings. Policing: An International Journal. Braga, A. A.,  Brunson, R.K., Cook, P.J., Turchan,... Learn More


Vijay Chillar

Vijay F. Chillar is a Ph.D. student in the Rutgers School of Criminal Justice. His research agenda focuses on policing through a number of applied research projects on the spatial analysis of crime patterns, crime control technology, organizational behavior, and the integration of academic research and police practice. His other research interests include social networks,... Learn More