Bennett, Georgette

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BENNETT, Georgette

BENNETT, Georgette. American (born Hungary), b. 1946. Genres: Civil liberties/Human rights, Criminology/True Crime, International relations/Current affairs. Career: City University of New York, assistant professor of sociology, 1970-77; NYC Office of Management and Budget, deputy assistant director for administration of justice, 1977-78; NBC News, NYC, network correspondent, 1978-80; Bennett Associates, NYC, owner and president, 1980-87, 1992-; First New York Bank for Business (formerly First Women's Bank), vice president and marketing director, 1987, first vp and chief marketing officer, 1987-88, senior vp and division executive of domestic and international and private banking, 1988-92; Tanenbaum Center for Inter-religious Understanding, president, 1992-. Host of Walter Cronkite's PBS-TV program, Why in the World?; host, guest, and consultant on local and national TV and radio programs. Publications: (with A. Abramovitz, C. Milton, and E. Mintz) Women in Policing: A Manual, 1975; (with R. Waldron and others) Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice: An Introduction, 1979; Unlocking America, 2 vols., 1981; Protecting against Crime, 1982; A Safe Place to Live, 1982; Crimewarps: The Future of Crime in America, 1987. Contributor of articles to popular professional and scholarly publications. Address: Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding, 350 5th Ave Ste 3502, New York, NY 10118, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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