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In Memory of James Fyfe
JAMES J. FYFE (1942-2005) was a Distinguished Professor of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City University of New York. At the time of his death, he was serving as Deputy Commissioner for Training of the New York Police Department, a position he resumed after retiring from the department in 1979 at the rank of lieutenant.
James Fyfe was a senior fellow of the Police Foundation, a professor at American University and Temple University. He authored seven books, more than 75 articles and book chapters, and served as the editor of Justice Quarterly. As a recognized expert in police practices, James Fyfe testified before the United States Senate and Congress, and in federal and state courts in the District of Columbia, 38 states, and Canada. continued >
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