School of Criminal Justice
Department: Criminal Justice
Community policing; community justice; community organizing; congregate foster care; evidence based practice in child welfare; agency performance management
Campus phone: (518) 442-5214
Campus email: [email protected]
David Duffee received his Ph.D. in 1974 from the University at Albany School of Criminal Justice, where he served as dean from 1988-1995. He is the author or co-author of several books on criminal justice, including Explaining Criminal Justice, which won the inaugural Book of the Year Award from the Academy of Criminal Sciences.
Duffee recently directed a five year project for the National Institute of Justice on the interaction of police and neighborhood organizations. He has served as principal investigator of a partnership with two youth and family service agencies called Service Outcome Action Research to improve child welfare services in congregate care and community programs.