Dr. Pete Kraska
- Chair of Graduate Program/Professor
- Department: School of Justice Studies
- Office: Stratton 466
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 622-1980
- Mailing Address: Stratton 467
Dr. Pete Kraska is Professor and Graduate Program Director. He has distinguished himself as a leading scholar in the areas of criminal justice theory, criminal justice militarization, and research methods. He has published seven books including Criminal Justice and Criminology Research Methods, Theorizing Criminal Justice: Eight Essential Orientations, and Militarizing The American Criminal Justice System: The Changing Roles of the Armed Forces and Police. Dr. Kraska’s research has also been published in a number of leading journals, including Social Problems, Justice Quarterly, and Policing and Society.
His recent research interests include making theoretical sense of the emergence of underground cage-fighting, the trend to criminalize risky and negligent behaviors as an adaptation to late-modern social conditions, and a continuation of study into the blurring distinction between criminal justice and the military in the wars on drugs and terrorism.
Dr. Kraska’s work has received national and international attention. His research has been featured in media outlets such as The Economist, Washington Post, New York Times, National Public Radio, Peter Jennings’s World News Tonight, and the Jim Lerher News Hour.
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