Dr. Jay Levinson was awarded his Ph.D. by the Department of Near Eastern Studies at New York University. He worked at the CIA in Washington, D.C., and then was employed by the Israel Police for 20 years. During his career he worked on numerous counter-terrorist and disaster response issues. Dr. Levinson is an internationally recognized authority on forensic science and disaster victim identification. Currently, he is a Visiting Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York.
Also by Dr. Jay Levinson:
- Questioned documents: A lawyer’s handbook, (2000). London: Harcourt/Academic Press.
- Transportation disaster response handbook, (2002). London: Harcourt/Academic Press (with Granot, H.).
- Terror bombing: The new urban threat, (2002). Tel Aviv: Dekel Academic Press (with Granot, H.).
- Terror bombing: The new urban threat, (2004). Tokyo: Namiki-Shobu Co. (Japanese Edition) (with Granot, H.).
- Jewish community of Cuba: The golden years 1906-1958, (2006). Nashville, Tennessee: Westview Publishing Company.