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38 J. Offender Rehab. 1 (2003-2004)

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   Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, Vol. 38 (1), 2003. Pp. 1-3.
   D 2003 by The Ha worth Press, Inc. All rights reserved.

   Editor's Note: From the time of its founding in 1976 until shortly before
   his untimely death, Dr. Gottfredson served as a member of the Editorial
   Advisory Board  of this journal. He was also an inspirational leader and
   warm  friend to many associated with the Journal of Offender Rehabilita-
   tion, as to hosts of other scholars, researchers, and practitioners through-
   out the nation and the world in criminal justice, law, criminology, and
   psychology, Don's  parent discipline.


   Don Gottfredson: In Memoriam

   Rutgers University, Newark

   When  Don  Gottfredson died at the beginning of the summer of 2002, in ad-
dition to the deep personal loss to family, friends, and colleagues, there was a
profound loss to the greater criminal justice community as well. Criminology
and criminal justice sciences will sorely miss one of the pioneers and defining
leaders of what my colleague Bill Laufer and I called the second generation of
American  criminal justice. We used that characterization in a 1996 special is-
sue of the Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency-an issue dedicated
to Don's many  research and scholarly accomplishments.
   Our premise was that a first generation of scholars extending back to the nine-
teenth century had begun the science of criminology, but that it was a second gen-
eration, beginning in the 1960s, who actually created the distinct academic field of
criminal justice, and who stimulated a professional identity with it. Beginning as
the first Research Director of the National Council of Crime and Delinquency,
then as the first (founding) Dean of the School of Criminal Justice at Rutgers Uni-
versity, and finally, again as first (and only) Richard J. Hughes Professor of Crimi-

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