Josh is a third-year PhD student from Philadelphia. He received his BA in Criminal Justice from Temple University in 2015. Previously, Josh has interned with Amtrak’s Police Department where he worked in crime analysis and assisted in implementing the first nation-wide COMPSTAT model. He has also worked on a data-driven resource allocation project with SEPTA’s Police Department. During his undergrad, Josh has worked with Dr. Aunshul Rege on a number of research projects spanning from fentanyl-laced heroin in Philadelphia to illegal sand mining in India. His research interests lie within criminal intelligence, the geography of illegal drug markets, and policing strategies. Josh is currently a teaching assistant for Introduction to Law Enforcement and Terrorism, Transnational Crime, and Global Security under Joe Alkus.