Center for Criminal Justice Studies
Assistant Director - Center for Criminal Justice Studies Email Sinclair Hall, Room 202
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Law Enforcement and Community Relations
Juvenile Delinquency and Justice
Probation and Parole
Ethics and Leadership in Criminal Justice
- PhD, Criminal Justice and Public Policy, City University of New York Graduate Center, 2013
- MA, Criminal Justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 2009
- MA, Forensic Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 2002
- BS, Psychology, Morgan State University, 2000
- LaNina Cooke, Cryptocurrency: Increasing the Misperceptions of Drug Offenders, July 2022, ACJS Today, 50(4) 2022.
- LaNina Cooke, Writing in Criminal Justice: The Process (anticipated publication date: February 2023) in C. Iverson (Ed.), Processes, : SUNY Geneseo (2021).
- LaNina Cooke, The Corrections System in New York State in R. Costello, JD (Ed.), New York State's Criminal Justice System, : Carolina Press (2019).
- LaNina Cooke, The Educational System's Impact on the Mental Health of Black Children during COVID-19, Accepted, anticipated publication Fall 2022, SUNY Press - Open Access SOAR,.
- LaNina Cooke, “The New Jim Crow - Presented to the FSC branch of the NAACP.” Paper presented to the , on February 18, 2020.
- LaNina Cooke, “New York State Corrections: What Has Changed?” Poster presented at the Celebration of Scholarship, on November 5, 2019.
- LaNina Cooke, “Classroom Dynamics, Feelings and Perception in Examining Police and People/Community Relations.” Presentation to the Long Island Social Science Conference, Suffolk County Community College on October 12, 2018.
- LaNina Cooke, “Second Chances: The "Deserving" and "Non-Deserving".” Paper presented to the Eleanor Fapohunda Colloquium Series, on April 4, 2017.
- LaNina Cooke, “Structure Matters: Predicting Juvenile Justice System Behavior.” Poster presented at the 2016 Celebration of Scholarship, Farmingdale State College: Campus Center Ballroom on November 10, 2016.