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Peter Reinharz
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Peter Reinharz

Peter Reinharz is a contributing editor to City Journal. He writes on issues relating to courts, criminal justice, forensic evidence and urban planning.

Mr. Reinharz is also currently a special advisor at the not-for-profit Applied Science Foundation for Homeland Security, located in Bethpage, NY and Washington, D.C. There, he advises the executive director and his staff on issues relating to emergency management law.

Mr. Reinharz was, until his retirement in September 2010, the Managing Attorney of the Nassau County Attorney's office. In that role he handled various matters relating to municipal law, including workers' compensation, municipal budgets, electronic discovery, civil rights claims, labor and employment, emergency preparedness, public health and social services.

Mr. Reinharz joined the Nassau County Attorney's office in 2002. Prior to that, he served as Chief of the Family Court Division for the New York City Law Department. In his 15 years in that role he was responsible for the prosecution of juvenile crime throughout the City of New York.

Mr. Reinharz has authored articles for the New York Law Journal, the New York State Bar and for other legal periodicals. He authored a book, Killer Kids, Bad Law, in 1996 and has recently finished a chapter for Lexis/Nexis publishing in the Family Court Quick Answer Guide. In addition, he has written for The Wall Street Journal, the New York Daily News and the New York Post. He served as an adjunct professor of law at Fordham Law School, and is currently teaching Emergency Management Law in Adelphi University's Master's program in Emergency Management. He lectures frequently on issues relating to municipal law, criminal justice, computers and the law, and emergency management.

Mr. Reinharz earned a B.S. degree in mathematics (cum laude) from the State University of New York at Albany and is a graduate of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law of Yeshiva University.


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Advocacy Groups
  • DNA Testing: The Next Big Crime-Busting Breakthrough City Journal, Winter 2000


  • Crime
  • Common Census on Crime City Journal, Winter 1999
  • Criminal Entitlements City Journal, Summer 1998
  • DNA Testing: The Next Big Crime-Busting Breakthrough City Journal, Winter 2000
  • Free the Druggies? City Journal, Spring 1999
  • Indefensible City Journal, Winter 1997
  • Juvenile Justice—Texas Style City Journal, Spring 1998
  • Merit Pay for Cops City Journal, Winter 1999
  • New York’s Protect-a-Thug Decree City Journal, Winter 1999
  • No, the Neighborhoods Haven’t Healed Themselves City Journal, Winter 2000
  • Stop ‘em Cold City Journal, Autumn 1999
  • The Court Criminals Love City Journal, Winter 1996
  • The Crime War’s Next Battles City Journal, Winter 1998
  • Throw Away the Key City Journal, Summer 1999
  • Why Teen Thugs Get Away With Murder City Journal, Autumn 1996
  • Sins of the Sons City Journal, Summer 1997
  • Why We Need Military Tribunals City Journal, Winter 2002


  • Culture and Society
  • Marriott Morality City Journal, Spring 2001
  • Bring Back Sportsmanship City Journal, Spring 2000


  • Drugs
  • Free the Druggies? City Journal, Spring 1999
  • No, the Neighborhoods Haven’t Healed Themselves City Journal, Winter 2000
  • Throw Away the Key City Journal, Summer 1999


  • Economic Development
  • Rockaway Riviera? CopacaConey? City Journal, Summer 1999


  • Government Reform


    History
  • Rockaway Riviera? CopacaConey? City Journal, Summer 1999


  • Homeland Security
  • Why We Need Military Tribunals City Journal, Winter 2002


  • Housing and Redevelopment
  • Rockaway Riviera? CopacaConey? City Journal, Summer 1999


  • Law Enforcement
  • Common Census on Crime City Journal, Winter 1999
  • Criminal Entitlements City Journal, Summer 1998
  • DNA Testing: The Next Big Crime-Busting Breakthrough City Journal, Winter 2000
  • Free the Druggies? City Journal, Spring 1999
  • Indefensible City Journal, Winter 1997
  • Merit Pay for Cops City Journal, Winter 1999
  • New York’s Protect-a-Thug Decree City Journal, Winter 1999
  • No, the Neighborhoods Haven’t Healed Themselves City Journal, Winter 2000
  • Stop ‘em Cold City Journal, Autumn 1999
  • The Crime War’s Next Battles City Journal, Winter 1998
  • Throw Away the Key City Journal, Summer 1999
  • Why Teen Thugs Get Away With Murder City Journal, Autumn 1996
  • Sins of the Sons City Journal, Summer 1997


  • Legal Issues
  • DNA Testing: The Next Big Crime-Busting Breakthrough City Journal, Winter 2000
  • Free the Druggies? City Journal, Spring 1999
  • Indefensible City Journal, Winter 1997
  • New York’s Protect-a-Thug Decree City Journal, Winter 1999
  • Throw Away the Key City Journal, Summer 1999
  • Why Teen Thugs Get Away With Murder City Journal, Autumn 1996
  • Why We Need Military Tribunals City Journal, Winter 2002


  • Love and Sex
  • Marriott Morality City Journal, Spring 2001


  • Media
  • No, the Neighborhoods Haven’t Healed Themselves City Journal, Winter 2000
  • Marriott Morality City Journal, Spring 2001


  • New York City
  • Merit Pay for Cops City Journal, Winter 1999
  • No, the Neighborhoods Haven’t Healed Themselves City Journal, Winter 2000
  • Stop ‘em Cold City Journal, Autumn 1999
  • The Crime War’s Next Battles City Journal, Winter 1998
  • Rockaway Riviera? CopacaConey? City Journal, Summer 1999
  • Why Penn Station Should Stay Put City Journal, Autumn 2000


  • New York State
  • New York’s Protect-a-Thug Decree City Journal, Winter 1999
  • Throw Away the Key City Journal, Summer 1999


  • NYPD
  • Merit Pay for Cops City Journal, Winter 1999
  • No, the Neighborhoods Haven’t Healed Themselves City Journal, Winter 2000
  • Stop ‘em Cold City Journal, Autumn 1999
  • The Crime War’s Next Battles City Journal, Winter 1998


  • NYS Politics
  • New York’s Protect-a-Thug Decree City Journal, Winter 1999


  • Policing
  • DNA Testing: The Next Big Crime-Busting Breakthrough City Journal, Winter 2000
  • Merit Pay for Cops City Journal, Winter 1999
  • No, the Neighborhoods Haven’t Healed Themselves City Journal, Winter 2000
  • The Crime War’s Next Battles City Journal, Winter 1998


  • Politics
  • DNA Testing: The Next Big Crime-Busting Breakthrough City Journal, Winter 2000


  • Prisons
  • Criminal Entitlements City Journal, Summer 1998
  • Free the Druggies? City Journal, Spring 1999
  • Throw Away the Key City Journal, Summer 1999


  • Quality of Life
  • Stop ‘em Cold City Journal, Autumn 1999
  • The Crime War’s Next Battles City Journal, Winter 1998
  • Rockaway Riviera? CopacaConey? City Journal, Summer 1999


  • Technology
  • DNA Testing: The Next Big Crime-Busting Breakthrough City Journal, Winter 2000


  • Terrorism
  • Why We Need Military Tribunals City Journal, Winter 2002


  • Transportation
  • Stop ‘em Cold City Journal, Autumn 1999
  • Why Penn Station Should Stay Put City Journal, Autumn 2000


  • Unions
  • Merit Pay for Cops City Journal, Winter 1999


  • Urban Issues
  • Why Penn Station Should Stay Put City Journal, Autumn 2000


  • War on Terror
  • Why We Need Military Tribunals City Journal, Winter 2002


  • Welfare
  • Criminal Entitlements City Journal, Summer 1998
  • Sins of the Sons City Journal, Summer 1997


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