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Law and Justice

Advisory Board

The Law and Justice Advisory Board is comprised of 19 alumni and community partners. The board meets every two to three months on the west and east sides of the state. The board assists the Department of Law and Justice chair in a variety of ways. Most recently, the board worked with the chair on defining its role concerning the master of science law and justice. Many opportunities flow from these meetings, including contacts for internships and future job prospects for current students.

For more information on the Law and Justice Advisory Board contact Charles E. Reasons, chair of the Department of Law and Justice at or 509-963-1779.

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AylwardAnnmarie (Anna)Assistant SecretaryCommunity Corrections Division
Washington State Department of Corrections
BatisteJohnGeneral Chair, Division of State and Provincial PoliceWashington State Patrol
BennettMichelleCaptainKing County Sheriff
CorderoSteveAdministratorPark Creek Treatment Center
DanaGeneSheriffKittitas County
Denison Jr.JamesAttorney at LawEllensburg
GordonRobert, Dr.Professor & Director School of CriminologySimon Fraser University
HendersonChristineMemberCOTS Development Board
HolmesWilliamDirector & Juvenile Court AdministratorKittitas County Probation Services
HubbardSueCriminal Justice Training Commission, RetiredState Corrections Training Board
James Sr.KeithAdministrator Community Resource DevelopmentDSHS Juvenile Rehabilitation
La RosaRichardHearing OfficerIntermediate Sentence Review Board
MillerDaleChiefEllensburg Police Department
RahrSueExecutive DirectorWashington State Criminal Justice Training Commission
RitterJimOfficerSeattle Police Department
RittereiserSteveChiefUniversity of Washington Police
SandbergAnnetteFormer Chief WSP, CEOTransSafe Consulting
SparksScottJudgeKittitas County Superior Court
StyronPaul M.TrooperHomeland Security Division WSP
ThomasKenChiefKent Police Department
WaltersJonPresidentPublic Safety Testing, Inc.
ZempelGregProsecutorKittitas County Courthouse


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