Rob T. Guerette is an associate professor in the School of Criminal Justice at Florida International University in Miami. Together with Ronald Clarke, he recently worked on a project with the U.S. Border Patrol that used a situational crime-prevention framework to formulate ways to prevent deaths among smuggled migrants along the Mexican border. In addition, he has worked on projects in collaboration with the National Academy of Sciences, the British Home Office Research Directorate, and the New Jersey Department of Probation and Parole. His research has appeared in the Journal of Criminal Justice, Security Journal, Crime Prevention Studies, and the European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research. He is co-editor of the book Migration, Culture Conflict, Crime, and Terrorism (Ashgate Publishing 2006). He currently coordinates the annual Herman Goldstein Awards for Excellence in Problem-Oriented Policing. Guerette holds a bachelor's degree from the College of Charleston, a master's in criminal justice from the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, and a doctorate in criminal justice from Rutgers University at Newark. He was also a fellow at the Eagleton Institute of Politics, Rutgers University at New Brunswick.