Jay Albanese is a founding member of Criminologists without Borders, which is a group of criminologists, researchers, professors, and those working in the field who seek to apply scientific findings and "best practices" to the policies and operations of crime prevention and criminal justice systems. He developed a listserv and web page for this non-governmental organization, which also provides summaries of research findings for the annual meetings of the United Nations Crime Commission in Vienna, Austria. See criminologists-without-borders.org
Criminologists without Borders is a registered non-profit organization which seeks to provide objective information and research to inform policy and programs dealing with crime and criminal justice. It offers a neutral forum for the presentation and dissemination of research and best practices informed by social scientific evidence.
Speaking on international crime rates at the UN Crime Congress in Doha, Qatar in 2015.
The United Nations complex in Vienna, Austria, the home of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime.