Library of Criminology

It is not true that we have only one life to live; if we can read, we can live as many more lives and as many kinds of lives as we wish.
— S.I. Hayakawa, academic and politician

Chair:
Alain Bauer
Board of Syndics, Library of Criminology

Journals include:
The International Journal on Criminology
Global Security and Intelligence Studies

Conference:
International Criminology Conference
Washington, DC

Publications include:

Old-Time Punishments

by William Andrews Purchase Originally published in 1890, this work sheds interesting commentary and illustration of various treatments and devices used to punish people convicted of a crime. However, as Andrews discusses, sometimes these trials were a sham, or simply through…

The Death Penalty in the Caribbean: Perspectives from the Police

Editor, Wendell C. Wallace PhD Purchase through Amazon  “The Death Penalty in the Caribbean is a novel, thought-provoking and timely contribution to the contentious debate of the Death Penalty in the Anglophone Caribbean. This book is directed at policy makers, law…

ABC of Criminology

by Alain Bauer Purchase through Amazon  Durkheim: There is no society known where a more or less developed criminality is not found under different forms. No people exists whose morality is not daily infringed upon. We must therefore call crime necessary…

Issues in Maritime Cyber Security

Editors: Dr. Joe DiRenzo III, Dr. Nicole K. Drumhiller, Dr. Fred S. Roberts Purchase Free Chapter Download The world relies on maritime commerce to move exceptionally large portions of goods, services, and people. Collectively this effort comprises the Maritime Transportation System…

Criminology Confronts Cultural Change

Edited by Alain Bauer Purchase through Amazon Is using the humanities and social sciences (psychology, sociology, law, etc.) to understand the crime, the criminal, the victim, criminality, and society’s reaction to crime a science? A crime is the unique combination of…

New Crimes and New Solutions: International Journal of Criminology

New Crimes and New Solutions: International Journal of Criminology Edited by Alain Bauer Purchase through Amazon Coming to Kindle soon! Is using the humanities and social sciences (psychology, sociology,law, etc.) to understand the crime, the criminal, the victim, criminality, and society’s reaction…

History of the San Francisco Committee of Vigilance of 1851

by Mary Floyd Williams Ph.D. Purchase through Amazon  |  Purchase through CreateSpace Mary Floyd Williams gives a detailed account of the San Francisco Committee of Vigilance formed in 1851 (it was later reincarnated in 1856. Although the Committee, formed by a…

The Story of Secret Service

by Richard Wilmer Rowan, Introduction by Rahima Schwenkbeck Purchase through Amazon  |  Purchase on CreateSpace Few works attempt to be as ambitious as Richard Wilmer Rowan’s The Story of Secret Service. Rowan packs in thirty-three centuries of world history in this…

New Frontiers in Criminology

Edited by Alain Bauer Purchase through Amazon  |  Purchase on CreateSpace Criminology owes a great deal as a discipline to the eighteenth century social philosophers, particularly those like Cesare Beccaria who partly built some of their arguments on social contract theory. Certainly…

Spies I Knew

by Marthe McKenna Purchase on Amazon  |  Purchase on CreateSpace Born in Flanders, Marthe Cnockaert McKenna (1892-1986) was recruited in 1915, during World War I, to an Anglo-Belgian espionage ring. Her cover was as a nurse, and the Germans awarded her the Iron Cross for…

Crime 3.0: The Rise of Global Crime in the XXIst Century

by Alain Bauer with a forward by Paul Rich Alain Bauer argues that we need, with considerable immediacy, to press the formal study of crime in the academy, and that more resources need to be channeled towards that purpose. The approach…

Criminology in a Hostile Environment

Edited by Alain Bauer Is using the humanities and social sciences (psychology, sociology, law, etc.) to understand the crime, the criminal, the victim, criminality, and society’s reaction to crime a science? A crime is the unique combination of a perpetrator, a…