CWU's Law and Justice department has a strong presence at this year's Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences conference, held next week in Dallas, Texas.
Three Law and Justice students are presenting papers:
1. Andrea Blume (graduate student), "Identifying Missing and Unidentified Persons: A New Methodology" Wed. Mar. 20, 12:30-1:45 pm, Event 73
2. Jillian Shafer (with Cody Stoddard and Wes Clogston) , "Understanding Attitudes Towards University Police in a Rural Setting", Fri. Mar. 22, 8-9:15 am, Event 282
3. Saeed Mohamed, "College Students Underage Drinking, The Law, and The Police: A Survey Study", Fri. Mar. 22, 3:30-4:45 pm, Event 340
In addition, the following LAJ faculty are presenting:
1. Simeon Sungi, "The International Criminal Justice System: Towards a Restorative Justice Future" Wed. Mar. 20, 11:00am-12:15pm, Event 57
2. Simeon Sung (with Leah Peter, Indiana State University), "Intimate Partner Violence in Tanzania: The Marriage Factor" Wed. Mar. 20, 2:00-3:15pm, Event 106
3. Charles Reasons (with Helen Taylor-Greene, Texas Southern University), "The Politics of Race and Crime During Presidential Elections, 1968-2012", Thu. Mar. 21, 8:00-9:15am, Event 149
4. Mary Ellen Reimund, "Police Officers: What You Post on Facebook Can Be Used Against You" Sat. Mar. 23, 8:00-9:15am, Event 351
CWU LAJ graduate Officer Jim Ritter of the Seattle Police Department was just featured in a front-paEnd Of Year LAJ Softball Game, BBQ, And Awards Photos!
Thanks to all of you who came out for yesterday afternoon’s softball game, BBQ, and awards! Our coMSLAJ 2015 Cohort Applications Open Jan. 1st 2015
The Department of Law and Justice will begin accepting applications for the 2015 Masters Cohort on J