John Jay College for Criminal Justice

The Encyclopedia of Security and Emergency Management is a peer-reviewed publication of John Jay College for Criminal Justice located in New York City, New York.  The peer reviewers are Dr. Lauren R. Shapiro and Dr. Marie-Helen Maras of the Department of Security, Fire & Emergency Management, John Jay College of Criminal Justice.  The publisher is Springer Nature. Switzerland AG. The three encyclopedia articles are Critical Infrastructure Protection, Critical Infrastructure: – Commercial Facilities Sector, and Critical Infrastructure: – Government Facilities Sector. Each peer-reviewed article provided a historical summary of critical infrastructure protection, and the covered sector attributes beyond its published sector guide.

Martin, R (2019) Encyclopedia of Security and Emergency Management: Critical infrastructure protection (CIP). Springer Nature Switzerland AG, Switzerland

Martin, R (2019) Encyclopedia of Security and Emergency Management: Critical Infrastructure:  Commercial facilities sector, (CFS). Springer Nature Switzerland AG, Switzerland

Martin, R (2019) Encyclopedia of Security and Emergency Management: Critical infrastructure: Government facilities sector, (GFS). Springer Nature Switzerland AG, Switzerland.


​Martin, R (2019). The professional Protection officer, second edition.The protection officer's role in critical information infrastructure protection. Chapter 36, p 403-408. Butterworth-Heinemann, Cambridge, MA

Martin, R. L. (2018). Guidelines for the Use of Personal Identity Verification Credentials in Facility Access. Retrieved March 21, 2020, from https://www.securityinfowatch.com/access-identity/access-control/article/12437193/  guidelines-for-the-use-of-PIV-credentials-in-facility-access