Marjie Britz, Ph.D.Professor
Office: 130-D Brackett Hall
Ph.D. Criminal Justice
MS Police Administration
BS Forensic Science
SOC-388 - Introduction to Criminal Justice
ProfileDr. Marjie T. Britz is a Professor of Criminal Justice at Clemson University. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Forensic Science and Police Administration from Jacksonville State University, a Master’s of Science and a Doctorate of Philosophy in Criminal Justice from Michigan State University. She has published in the areas of computer crime, organized crime, and the police subculture. She has acted as a consultant to a variety of organizations, and provided training to an assortment of law enforcement agencies. In addition, she has served on editorial and supervisory boards in both academic and practitioner venues. Her latest work on computer crime includes the second edition of Computer Forensics and Cybercrime: An Introduction. She is currently completing her latest manuscript on Italian organized crime in the United States, the third edition of her book on computer crime, and continuing her research on street gangs, cybergangs, terrorism, and transnational organized crime.
Organized Crime, Computer/Cyber Crime, Street Gangs, Police Policy, Computer Forensics, Criminal Evidence, Terrorism and Technology, Convergence of Technology & Organized Crime, Convergence of Technology & Terrorism
Britz, Marjie T. (2014). Computer Forensics and Cybercrime: An Introduction (3rd Edition). Prentice-Hall: New Jersey. (published 26 May 2013)
Britz, Marjie T. (2013). The Internet as a Tool for Terrorists: Implications for Physical and Virtual Worlds. In Tom Holt (ed.). Crime On-Line (2nd Edition). Carolina University Press: Charlotte.
Britz, Marjie T. (2011). Terrorism and Technology: Operationalizing cyberterrorism & identifying concepts. (In Tom Holt (ed.). Crime On-Line: 193-220). Carolina University Press: Charlotte.
Britz, Marjie T. (2009). Computer Forensics and Cyber Crime: An Introduction (2nd Edition). Prentice-Hall: New Jersey
Britz, Marjie T. (2008). A new paradigm in organized crime in the United States: Criminal syndicates, cybergangs, and the World Wide Web. Sociology Compass: 2(6) : 1750-1765.
Burton, Catherine and Britz, Marjie T. (2008). African Americans and the Criminal Justice System. In In the Margins: Special Populations and American Justice (edited by Reid C. Toth, Gordon A. Crews, and Catherine E. Burton). Prentice-Hall: New Jersey.
Britz, Marjie T. (2008). Criminal Evidence. Allyn & Bacon: New York.
Britz, Marjie T. and Grennan, S. (2006). Organized Crime: A Worldwide Perspective. Prentice-Hall: New Jersey.