Joshua Eichenbaum received his Masters degree at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Joshua’s studies focused on deviant behavior and social control mechanisms within formal and informal organizational groups. Joshua’s thesis focused on the relationships between informal mechanisms of social control and the ability of local neighborhood groups to maintain public safety during periods of social disorganization. Joshua is currently an adjunct professor for the Department of Anthropology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Joshua currently serves as a project coordinator, data analyst, field supervisor, and ethnographer on research studies involving neighborhood drug use and markets, resident perceptions of fear of crime in their neighborhood, access to victims services with socially marginalized populations, the impact of medical marijuana dispensaries on community organizations, perceptions of arranged marriages, and community development programs for juvenile offenders.