Farrukh B. Hakeem

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentCriminal Justice

Phone336-285-2362

Emailfbhakeem@ncat.edu

OfficeGibbs Hall
Room: 228

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Farrukh B. Hakeem

Education

Ph D: Criminal Justice, The City University of New York, 1996

MA: Sociology, University of Arizona, 1984

LLM: UDL, Bombay University, 1981

JD: Law, Government Law College, 1979

BA: Wilson College, 1976


Research Interests

Comparative Law, Health Disparities, Comparative Policing.


Recent Publications

Haberfeld,  Maki  Sheehan,  Dale  ( 2013).  Sports-Related Crime: A Game Theory Approach.  Match-Fixing in International Sports: Existing Processes, Law Enforcement, and Prevention Strategies    Springer.

Hakeem,  Farrukh  Haberfeld,  Maki  Verma,  Arvind  ( 2012).  Policing Muslim Communities: Comparative International Context.    Springer.

Newman,  Graeme  ( 2010).  Crime and Punishment in Qatar.  Crime and Punishment around the World  ( 3,  ).   ABC-CLIO Press.

Newman,  Graeme  ( 2010).  Crime and Punishment in United Arab Emirates.  Crime and Punishment around the World  ( 3,  ).   ABC-CLIO Press.

Hakeem,  Farrukh  Howard,  Daniel  Carey,  Timothy  Taylor,  Yhenneko  ( 2009).  Differential Effects of Race and Poverty on Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions in North Carolina.  ( 3,  pp. 83-98).   Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice.

Haberfeld,  Maki  Cerrah,  Ibrahim  ( 2008).  Emergence of Modern Indian Policing: From Mansabdari to Constabulary.  Comparative Policing. The Struggle for Democratization    Sage Publications.

Howard,  Daniel   Hakeem,  Farrukh  Njue,  Christopher  Carey,  Timothy  Jallah,  Yhenneko  ( 2007).  Racially Disproportionate Admission Rates for Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditons in North Carolina.  ( 122,  pp. 1-15).   Public Health Reports.

Hakeem,  Farrukh  ( 2003).  Alternative Perspectives on Penality under Sharia: A Review Essay.  ( 27,  pp. 85-105).   International Journal of Comparative & Applied Criminal Justice.

Hakeem,  Farrukh  ( 1998).  From Sharia to Mens Rea: Legal Transition to the Raj..  ( 22,  pp. 211-224).   International Journal of Comparative & Applied Criminal Justice.