Jack A. Mark Memorial Award

The Jack A. Mark Memorial Award was established in the early 1970s to recognize individuals who have made a significant contribution to the organization and/or to the criminal justice system. Jack Mark was a 25-year veteran of the New York City Police Department who retired as a lieutenant. He had a master's degree from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. In the mid-1960s he started a 2-year police science program at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, which was one of the first such programs in New Jersey. In 1968 he was one of the founders of the Council on Educational Institutions for Law Enforcement which was the predecessor of the NJACJE.

Recipients of the Jack A. Mark Memorial Award

1971 - Leo Culloo
1972 - William Cusack
1973 - Ed Small
1974 - William McGoldrick
1975 - Don Bell
1976 - Theresa Martinac
1977 - Richard Clement
1978 - Donald Apai
1979 - Robert Hale, Ph.D.
1980 - William McGoldrick
1986 - Kenneth Wonderack
1989 - Peter Home, Ph.D.
1994 - Harold Launer, Ph.D.
1996 - Jay Berman, Ph.D.
1997 - Allan Futemick, Ph.D.
1998 - Eugene Evans, Jr.
1999 - Donna Kochis, Ph.D.
2001 - Michael Israel, Ph.D.
2004 - John Paitakes, Ph.D.
2005 - James Finckenhauer, Ph.D.
2006 - Joseph P. Linskey, Ed.D.
2009 - Raymond Rainville, Ph.D.
2012 - Charley Flint, Ph.D.
2014 - Giuseppe M. Fazari, Ph.D.
2015 - Brian Royster, Ed.D.