Auzeen Shariati, Ph.D.
SJC Long Island
- O'Connor Hall, Room E116
Auzeen Shariati earned a Bachelor of Arts in Judicial Law from University of Tehran and a Master of Arts in Criminal Law and Criminology, from Allameh Tabataba’I University (Tehran, Iran). She is currently an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at St. Joseph’s College. She holds a Doctorate from Florida International University in Public Affairs and Criminal Justice with a dissertation on the impacts of environmental design on campus safety.
Her research has been published in peer-reviewed journal articles, including Journal of Criminal Justice, Homicide Studies and Studies in Conflict and Terrorism. She is also the co-author of a chapter in a book entitled “Preventing Crime and Violence”. In addition, she is currently pursuing research on police officers body-worn cameras and physical security best practices. Auzeen has presented her studies in several conferences, including: American Society of Criminology (ASC), Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS), and American Society for Public Administration (ASPA).
Formerly, she was an Attorney at Law at the Iranian Central Bar Association where she worked on a variety of cases, including criminal law and civil law.