Jarrett Blaustein is a lecturer in Criminology in the School of Social Sciences and the Major Convener for Criminology. His research focuses on the relationship between economic development and security, international criminal justice policy mobilities, transnational policing and epistemological questions that relate to the study of criminology as a global discipline.
His research appears in leading criminology journals including Theoretical Criminology, Policing & Society and the European Journal of Criminology and in 2015 he published a sole-authored book titled Speaking Truths to Power: Policy Ethnography and Police Reform in Bosnia and Herzegovina with Oxford University Press.
Prior to joining Monash Criminology, Jarrett held a lectureship at Aberystwyth University (2013-2015) in the United Kingdom and completed a PhD at the University of Edinburgh (2013) where he also earned an MSc in Criminology and Criminal Justice (with Distinction) in 2009. Prior to becoming a criminologist, Jarrett completed an undergraduate degree in International Relations (First Class Honours) at the University of St Andrews in 2008.