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NEWSLETTE
VIRGINIA ASSOCIATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATORS
NEWSLETTER
NEWSLETTER
Virginia Association Of Criminal Justice Educators
Edition # 4, Issue # 2
Edition # 6, Issue #4
President’s Corner
Campus safety,
security under
microscope
John B. Wilt, C.S.T, C.P.P., Editor & Publisher
Fall/Winter 2007
John B. Wilt, C.S.T, C.P.P., Editor & Publisher
Fall / Winter 2013
president’s corner
2013 Conference outlook
Greetings VACJE Members:
You may recall in the
Summer 2007 VACJE newsletter
(President’s Corner “We Are All
Hokies”) I had committed to the
following:
(1) attend a
virtual forum
on “Advanced
Violence Risk
Assessment,
(2) participate
in a Community
Emergency
By JOHN WILT
Response Team
(CERT) training
class,
(3) lend support to campus
security personnel and
(4) watch for “red flags”
(campus danger signs) that could
lead to a disaster.
Well, I’m three for four.
Although I have not been able
to locate a CERT training class,
I’ll keep looking! The December
“violence risk assessment” course
presented by James Cawood was
excellent and drove home the
point that some folks out there in
our society might just be thinking
that they will have to kill you in
order to control you.
If you will e-mail me, I’ll
be glad to send you a 28-page
document, furnished at the virtual
seminar, which includes an
Association of Threat Assessment
Professionals (ATAP) “Model
Violence Risk Assessment
Process.”
We are also pleased to
announce that the annual
Fall 2013 Conference
VACJE conference will once
Announcement again be held at the Richmond
The Fall 2013 VACJE Conference
Police Training Academy. We
will be held on November 8TH at
are planning another great
the Richmond Police Academy
conference which will focus on
… location in Richmond for the
FAMOUS CRIME
PAYS VISIT
the AUTHOR
cross disciplinary
approach
Brian C. Flick , Associate Professor of Police Science and Program Head of Administration
Thursday
evening (November 7th)
ofVirginia
Homeland
of Justice at Piedmont
CommunitySecurity
College, posesand
with Jack Levin, nationally
get-together and registration
renowned authority on hate crimes and serial killers. Levin addressed students and others
Emergency Preparedness in
at Piedmont
Virginia Community College recently. There was an excellent turnout for this
Robyn Diehl McDougle,
PhD
information
will be announced
prominent educator and
theauthor.
Criminal Justice arena. Our
in the Fall/Winter 2013 VACJE
speakers will be from local
newsletter! … stay tuned!
elcome back!!
colleges and universities as well
I hope that everyone
as state and local agencies. We
Robyn Diehl McDougle has
had a relaxing summer. will also be hosting a poster
planned a November
Even though, summer seems
session in the afternoon to allow
conference that you
to fly by it is nice to have the
your students to display some of
won’t want to miss!
Linda Jones was featured March 20 on the
the proverbial “film cuttings on the production
students back on campus
their
work
in
the
area
of
criminal
popular A&E series “Crime 360.”
studio floor.”
VACJE newsletter
producers willjustice.
provide
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again. As you know, lastA&E
year’s
Remember the student
viewers with an inside view of
featuring crime scene and
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CLICK IT!
conference was a success.
rate to attend
is very affordable
Cleveland Police Department’s
homicide personnel from the
Find out more about the show
homicide unit.
Cleveland
PD
is
“Crime
360.”
If
at www.aetv.com/crime-360/
However, this year I would
like
and the poster
presentation
is
One aspect of A&E's
you go to A&E’s Web site to
production is their use of
360
view
“Crime 360,” you can
to see more members attend
a agreat
resume building for
our
degree Lyca Camera which logs
watch lead homicide detective
IN THIS ISSUE
as well as bring in prospective
students!
various crime scenes.
Wally Everett and Detective Mike Smith work
Jones
can
be
seen
processing
crime
a
crime
scene
where
a
body
lies
hidden
between
members. One way that I am
I am looking forward to this
VACJE 2012 Conference Outlook................1
scene evidence. By the time this newsletter
some hedges and the porch of the victim's
hoping to increase participation
waithouse.
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is published, Linda willconference
have “come and and can’t
grandmother’s
male, is
face
Conference
Agenda...........................3
See CORNER on page 5
gone"”from Paramount Studio to see first-hand
down.
is by moving
the conference
from hear from our wonderful
guest
VACJE Conference Registration...........4 & 5
a Friday and Saturday event to a
speakers and see the great work
Member News Brief.................................6-8
Thursday and Friday event. We
our students and faculty are
VACJE Membership Application..................9
hope that this paired with the
doing. Lastly, I’d like to thank
VACJE Mission Statement.........................10
institutional discount that allows
Richmond Police Department for
VACJE 2012-2013 Directors......................11
your college or university to send allowing the VACJE to use their
VACJE Directors & Life Members..............11
up to 5 people will increase our
facilities free of charge.
Treasurer’s Report....................................11
membership and conference
Member List......................................12 & 13
attendance this year! As Nicolle
Robyn Diehl McDougle, PhD
VACJE Conference pictures.................14-16
and I requested last year,
Virginia Commonwealth
Gov/Sec Conference photo gallery......17-21
please forward the conference
Univeristy
information to at least 3 people.
W
Jones featured on show
that’s all about crime
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VIRGINIA ASSOCIATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATORS FALL 2013 CONFERENCE AGENDA November 7th & November 8th 2013 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA RICHMOND POLICE TRAINING ACADEMY 1202 W. Graham Rd. • Richmond, V A 23220 Thursday November 7th 2013 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Friday November 8th 2013 9:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. Welcome Reception-­ hors d’oeuvres Double Tree by Hilton 301 W. Franklin Street Richmond VA James Keck Conceptualizing Emergency Preparedness in the classroom. Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness Program VCU 10:30 a.m. – 11:45 p.m. Suzen H. Collins What is Intelligence Analysis and What Should our Student Know. Lead Intelligence Analyst -­ Critical Infrastructure Unit Virginia Fusion Center 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Panel: What are Police Departments looking for from our students as employees Lunch – On Own (Suggestions will be provided) 1:00pm-­2:00pm 2:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. 2:45 p.m. – 4:00p.m. VACJE Business Meeting Richmond Police Academy Student Panel Presentations Participating students 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Dinner Edo’s Squid 3
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Registration Form Page 1
REGISTRATION FORM VIRGINIA ASSOCIATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATORS FALL 2
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ONFERENCE FALL 2013 VACJE CONFERENCE
November 7-8, 2013
October 12 – 14, 2012 Name: Membership Status (check one): New Member Annual Life Guest Mailing Address: Telephone: Email: Please make a copy and mail both pages of registration form and check to: RobynPDiehl
McDougle
Nicolle arsons-­‐Pollard AssociateSProfessor
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Virginia State University P. O.Box Box
842028
P.O. 9036 923
W.
Franklin
Street
Petersburg, VA 23806 Richmond,
VA 23284-2527
804-­‐
524-­‐6923 (804) 8828-2759
Fax: 04-­‐524-­‐6883 [email protected]
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*MAIL THIS PAGE WITH YOUR COMPLETED REGISTRATION FORM *
Registration Form Page 2
Conference Fees Early Registration-­‐ $100.00 (received by September 21, 2012; includes ______
Early
Registration
- $100.00 (received by October 30, 2013; includes annual VACJE dues)
annual VACJE dues) Early Registration members-­‐ $75.00 (received y September 21, ______
Early
Registration
forfor LifeLife members
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(received
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2012) Conference Fee-­‐ $85.00 (excludes annual $25.00 VACJE Dues) After Early Registration Conference Fees Conference Fee -­‐ $110.00 (includes annual $25.00 VACJE Dues) Discounts Discount of $10.00 each for recruiting new members that attend the conference (attach membership and registration form for new member) **new member has never been a member of VACJE Institutional Discount of $275.00 for 5 registered guest (excludes annual $25 VACJE Dues) Richmond Police Department Discount of $40.00 each (excludes annual $25 VACJE Dues) Richmond Police Training Academy Directions http://www.ci.richmond.va.us/Police/academy.aspx Lodging Information Double Tree by Hilton 301 W. Franklin Street Richmond VA 23220 Singleaoccupancy
room: $129.00
Single nd double occupancy (double oplus
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beds): TBA We are aoccupancy
waiting hotel pricing information but it will be forwarded as soon as Double
room:
$119.00
plus tax
available. Reservation can be made by calling 1-­‐804-­‐644-­‐9871 (Please identify yourself as a VACJE conference attendee) Meal Selection for Dinner Edo’s Squid 411 N Harrison St 2nd Fl Richmond, VA 23220 Edo’s Squid has family style dinning so the price will be approximately $20 per person not including tax and tip. They specialize in seafood and Italian cuisine. The group attending dinner can decide what to order. Feel free to search the Internet for more information about the restaurant. Anyone who has eaten there can attest to how great the food is! *MAIL THIS P AGE WITH Y OUR COMPLETED REGISTRATION FORM* 5
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EDWARD GREENBERG
Edward W. Greenberg, who is a second year Criminal Justice Doctoral Teaching Fellow
at the University of Massachusetts Lowell and the son of VACJE member Martin
Greenberg, will be moderating a roundtable at the ACJS 51st Annual Meeting, February
18-22, 2014, to be held in Philadelphia entitled: Ghosts and Law Enforcement.
Ed’s roundtable description notes that “ All roles develop cultural connotations, and
those of criminal justice professionals, such as police officers, are no exceptions. Shows
like CSI and NCIS turn the process of law enforcement into myth without explicitly
mentioning what they are doing. However, there is a category of law enforcementrelated myth that has no bones with being honest about its derivative status--stories
about ghosts inflicting justice upon the living, or struggling to find a way to repent for
their crimes. We will relate some of the most common justice-related ghost stores in
America, and explore the relation of these narratives to myths about law enforcement.”
Ed and his father will also be participating in a roundtable dealing with future planning
for the newly approved ACJS Section on Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship (TLS). In
August 2013, the ACJS Executive Board approved the establishment of the new TLS
Section. Its purposes are to bring together Academy members to serve as a multifaceted
resource to assist faculty, practitioners, staff, personnel, administrators, and students
in their integration of effective innovative teaching and learning techniques as well as
to promote the scholarship of teaching within the field of criminal justice education and
training. All persons interested in these aims are encourage to attend this session in
order to discuss how best to proceed. The discussion will be continued in a second
roundtable at the conference and at other related events.
For further information on either of these events, please feel free to contact Martin
Greenberg at [email protected]
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J0HN WILT
John Wilt attended the 2013 Virginia Master Teacher Seminar at Hampden-Sydney College.
The July 7-11 master teacher seminar offered discussion on successful classroom strategies, teaching innovations and stressed the importance of beginning-semester “icebreakers”.
Thirty-eight VCCS professors were in attendance at the 2013 Virginia Master Teacher Seminar.
The Danville Community College Administration of Justice Program has received Southern
Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), Commission on Colleges (COC) approval of its
Certificate in Cybercrime Investigation. The Certificate in Cybercrime Investigation consists of
38 credits to include introduction to computer crime, computer forensics and network security coursework. The Administration of Justice Program also offers three additional specializations including: law enforcement, corrections and protective services (private security).
Eleven of the 17 ADJ/SOC classes—including computer crime and computer forensics—are
distance education classes.
On September 28th, John Wilt participated in the First Annual Citizens-Times Marathon in
Ashville, NC. John finished his 63rd marathon in 4:29 which placed him third in his age group.
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Bud Levin
Retired and Author
I’ve not won a nobel prize or anything else of great significance. I’ve one
recent presentation:
Levin, B. H. (2013). Trust, Scope of Change, the End of History and the
Intelligence Enterprise. presented at “Understanding and Improving
Intelligence Analysis,” a workshop at the Center for Intelligence and
Security Studies, University of Mississippi, Oxford MS, 14-16 July 2013.
Last December I was awarded by the Waynesboro Police Department
its “distinguished service medal” upon the occasion of my retirement
from the Police Department. I turned in my badge and was then anointed
“director of administration” for the auxiliary unit. Good folks to work with.
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For further information on membership, contact either:
For further information on membership, contact either:
Raymond Smith
Treasurer
Associate Professor
Program Coordinator
Administration of Justice
Blue Ridge Community College
P. O. Box 80
Weyers Cave, VA 24486
Lisa Kara
Secretary
Blue Ridge Community College
P. O. Box 80
Weyers Cave, VA 24486
John Wilt
Associate Professor
Administration of Justice
1008 South Main Street
Danville, VA 24541
Raymond Smith
Assistant Professor
Blue Ridge Community College
P.O. Box 80
Weyers Cave, VA 24486
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mission statement
We, as criminal justice educators, have as our mission:
• to advance, inspire, and promote the highest quality and practices of criminal justice education to students
and practitioners in the community colleges, colleges, and universities within the State of Virginia.
• to foster communication and support among all criminal justice educators in Viriginia.
• to inform the membership of pending (or possible) changes in criminal justice programs or agencies
among the post-secondary educational institutions in Virginia.
• to articulate a unified voice for official communication with other educational agencies, organizations,
and/or the Commonwealth of Virginia.
• to enhance the quality of life-long educational experiences and opportunities for our criminal justice
students.
To accomplish this mission, we propose that the VACJE:
1)
Sponsor an annual meeting of criminal justice educators for the purpose of :
a. providing a forum for the expression of thoughts, ideas, and concerns;
b. share training and teaching methods and techniques;
c. conducting an annual business meeting;
d. allowing individuals to meet their peers throughout the state, providing an opportunity for individual
networking;
e. presenting a pertinent workshops and programs to enhance individual members professional
development;
f. allowing an opportunity for the expression of individual viewpoints while arriving at a unified consensus or
official position for the Association.
2) Sponsor semi-annual meetings as required for the above listed and/or other necessary reasons.
These reasons might include:
a. providing a forum for Virginia Community College System (VCCS) Administration of Justice (ADJ)
Peer Group Conferences;
b. discussing various articulation agreements;
c. developing or modifying changes in the VCCS ADJ Course Content Summaries;
d. providing for Administration of Justice/Criminal Justice Program professional development
opportunities.
3)
Maintain a current (and regularly updated) list of full-time criminal justice educators in the various
Virginia educational and other selected institutions. The list should include:
a. the individual’s name
b. faculty rank
c. job title or description
d. complete official mailing address
e. E-mail address
f. telephone numbers for: office, fax, residence (if desired)
g. home address (if desired for communication)
4)
Communication with members via an informal newsletter, E-mail or Web Site page as appropriate.
As a result of these missions -- the VACJE will create informal and formal networks to communicate,
build alliances, and establish an environment of growth, challenge, and unlimited potential for all its
members, as we advance quality criminal justice education in the State of Virginia and in the world.
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vacje 2012-2013 DIRECTORS
Officers Directors-At-Large
Nicolle
PARSONS-Pollard
Immediate Past President
Virginia State University
2010-2012
ISIS WALTON
Virginia State University
2011-2013
Robyn Diehl
President
Virginia Commonwealth
University
2012-2014
William osborne, jr.
Vice President
Ferrum College
2012-2014
LISA KARA
Secretary
Blue Ridge Community
College
2012-2014
Brian Flick
Piedmont Virginia Community
College
2011-2013
DANIEL GOODALL
2011-2013
john reiTZEL
2011-2013
John Wilt
Danville Community College
Newsletter Editor
Ray Smith
Treasurer
Blue Ridge Community
College
2012-2014
treasurer’s report
Ray Smith, Jr.
The BANK balance as of
JULY 31, 2013
$2,277.49
Raymond D. (Ray) Smith, Jr.
Associate Professor, Program Coordinator
Administration of Justice
Blue Ridge Community College
Box 80, Weyers Cave, VA 24486
Email: [email protected]
Direct Line: 540-453-2231
LIFE MEMBERS
Gary Boyer
Irving Comer
Emma Cox
Lynda Cooksey
Renee Douglas
Dennis DuBuc
Martin Greenberg
Jim Hooker
Jim Johnson
James Husband
Tim Kindrick
Jerry Lane
Bud Levin
Jay Malcan
John Mocello
Michelle Newton-Francis
Pat O’Hare
Jerry Pangburn
Ray Smith
Tom Varner
John Wilt
Nicolle Parsons-Pollard
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member list
Elizabeth Andrews
Professor
Thomas Nelson Community
College
P. O. Box 9407
Hampton, VA 23670
757-825-2782
[email protected]
Dorothy Barger-Fuller
Professor of Criminal Justice
Lord Fairfax CC
7 Willingham Road
Charles Town WV 25414
Joe Beene
AJ Program
Northern Virginia CC
8333 Little River Turnpike
Annandale VA 22003
703-323-3250
[email protected]
Gary Boyer
Dabney S. Lancaster CC
P O Box 1000
Clifton Forge VA 24422
540-863-2885
[email protected]
Philip Broadfoot
Chief of Police
Danville Police Dept
P O Box 3300
Danville VA 24543
434-799-6515
Wes Bunting
Sirchie Fingerprint Lab
100 Hunter Place
Youngsville VA 27596
1-800-356-7311
Russ Carter
Assistant Professor
NVCC
Manassas Campus
6901 Sudley Road
Manassas VA 20109
[email protected]
703-257-6503
Matt Carter
Professional Standards
Danville Police Dept
P O Box 3300
Danville VA 24543
434-799-6520
[email protected]
Angela Comer
Adjunct
Germanna CC
1000 Germanna Point Drive
Fredericksburg VA 22408
571-436-8191
[email protected]
Robert England
ADJ Program
Mt. Empire C C
3441 Mountain Empire Rd.
Big Stone Gap, VA 24219
276-523-2400 x 327
[email protected]
Irving Comer
23266 Johnstown Ln.
Ruther Glen, VA 22546
804-448-3671
[email protected]
Kimberly Farmer
Assoc. Professor
Criminal Justice
Bluefield College
3000 College Drive
Bluefield VA 24605
276-326-4224
[email protected]
Emma Cox
College of Justice & Safety
Eastern Kentucky University
354 Stratton Building
Richmond KY 40475
859-622-3565
[email protected]
Sam Dameron
Criminal Jusice Program
Marshall University
Old Main 107
One John Marshall Drive
Huntington WV 25755
Douglas Davis
Criminal Justice Program
Mary Baldwin College
Carpenter Bldg. Room 112
P. O. Box 1500
Staunton, VA 24402
540-887-7091
[email protected]
Bruce Delphia
Department Head
Criminal Justice Technology
ECPI Technical College
4305 Cox Road
Glen Allen, VA 23060
804-939-0100 x 294
[email protected]
Renee Douglas
Associate Professor
108 Moorehead Drive
Washington, NC 27889
252-721-3133
[email protected]
Dennis Dubuc
AJ Program
New River C C
5251 College Drive
Dublin VA 24084
540-674-3600 x4471
[email protected]
Brian Flick
AJ Program
Piedmont Virginia CC
501 College Drive
Charlottesville VA 22902
434-961-5241
[email protected]
Jeffrey C. Fox
Consultant
75 Fox Grape Circle
Rocky Mount, VA 24151
[email protected]
540-489-7423
540-420-7423
Jack Gregory
AJ Program
Glenns Campus
Rappahannock CC
12745 College Drive
Glenns VA 23149
Robert Griffin
Associate Professor/Dean
Rappahannock C C
12745 College Drive
Glenns, VA 23149
804-758-6731
rgriffin[email protected]
Don Haley
AJ Program
Tidewater CC
1700 College Crescent
Virginia Beach,VA 23453
757-822-7451
[email protected]
Nancy Harris
Program Specialist for
Professional Development
Virginia Community College
System
101 N 14th Street
Richmond VA 23219
[email protected]
William Gibson
Virginia Union University
P O Box 6102
Richmond VA 23220
804-646-6146
[email protected]
James Hodgson
Virginia State University
1 Hayden Drive #201I
PO Box 9036
Petersburg, VA 23806
804-524-2980
[email protected]
Greg Given
Equipment Sales
Armor Forensics
12286 International
Parkway
Jacksonville, FL 32218
James Husband
Director of Distance Learning
& Special Programs
Lord Fairfax CC
173 Skirmisher Lane
Middleton VA 22645
Daniel Goodall
Police & Public Safety
Virginia State University
1 Hayden Drive
Petersburg, VA
23806
804-524-5360
[email protected]
Sarah Jessie
AJ Program
P O Box 85622
Richmond VA 23285-5622
804-523-5489
[email protected]
Marty Greenberg
Associate Professor
Division of Social Sciences
Morris College
100 West College Street
Sumter, SC 29150-3599
[email protected]
803-934-3251
Keith Johnson
Administration of Justice
Duncan 105B
Virginia Western
Community College
Roanoke, VA 24038
540-857-6277
[email protected]
Lisa Kara
ADJ Program
Blue Ridge
Community College
P O Box 80
Weyers Cave, VA 24486
540-453-2227
[email protected]
[email protected]
Timothy Kindrick
Executive Director
Central Shanandoah
CJ Training Academy
3045 Lee Highway
Weyers Cave, VA 24486
540-234-9191
[email protected]
oahacademy.com
Wallace Lemonds
AJ Program
Warsaw Campus
52 Campus Drive
Warsaw VA 22572
Bud Levin
Administration of Justice
Blue Ridge CC
Box 80
Weyers Cave VA 24486
540-453-2228
[email protected]
Larry Linville
AJ Program
Annandale Campus
8333 Little River Turnpike
Annandale VA 22003
[email protected]
James Johnson
Virginia Union University
1500 North Lombardy St
Richmond VA 23220
804-257-5866
[email protected]
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member list continued
Billy Long
Assistant Professor
Criminal Justice Program
Ferrum College
P. O. Box 1000
Ferrum, VA 24088-9000
540-365-4392
[email protected]
Virginia Commonwealth
University
901 W. Franklin St.
Ginter House #103
P.O. Box 842527
Richmond, VA 23284-2527
804-828-6162
[email protected]
David McCoy
Richmond Police Department
200 West Grace Street
Richmond VA 23220
Mary Mulligan
AJ Program
Eastern Shore CC
29300 Lankford Highway
Melfa VA 23410
Robyn Diehl McDougle
Associate Professor
Wilder School
P. O. Box 842028
923 W. Franklin St.
Richmond, VA 23284-2527
(804) 828-2759
[email protected]
Jay Malcan
611 Watch Hill Road
Midlothian, VA 23114-3065
804-477-5960
[email protected]
George Michael
AJ Program
UVA - Wise
One College Avenue
Wise VA 24293-4412
276-376-4581
John Mocello
Media Arts Specialist
Central Shenandoah
CJ Training Academy
3045 Lee Highway
Weyers Cave, VA 34486
540-234-9191
[email protected]
centralshenandoahacademy.com
Toni Morris
Law Enforcement Instructor
Pittsylvania County Schools
11700 U S 29
Chatham VA 24531
Julie A. Molloy
Department of Criminology
& Criminal Justice
Virginia Union University
1500 Noah Lombardy St
Richmond, VA 23220
[email protected]
Laura J. Moriaty*
Professor of Criminal Justice
Vice Provost for Academic &
Faculty Affairs
Michelle Newton-Francis
Assistant Professor
Department of Sociology
Battelle-Tompkins Hall
American University
4400 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20016-8072
202-885-2485
[email protected]
David Nicholson
Assistant Professor
Criminal Justice Program
Ferrum College
P. O. Box 1000
Ferrum, VA 24088-9000
540-365-4392
[email protected]
William Osborne
Ferrum College
Criminal Justice Program
Ferrum, VA 24088-9000
540-365-4283
[email protected]
Ron Osbourne
AJ Program
Paul D. Camp CC
P O Box 737
Franklin VA 23851
Shirley O’Toole
1994 Sawgrass Trail
Sebring FL 33872-9206
Nicolle Parsons-Pollard
Virginia State University
1 Hayden Drive #200B
PO Box 9036
Petersburg, VA 23806
804-524-6923
[email protected]
Gerould Pangburn
Program Head - ADJ
Blue Ridge CC
Box 80
Weyers Cave VA 24486
540-453-2337
[email protected]
Chad Patton
AJ Program
Southside CC
109 Campus Dr
Alberta VA 23821
John Reitzel
Assistant Professor
Wilder School
P. O. Box 842028
Richmond, VA 23284-2527
804-827-0879
[email protected]
Frank Searle
Assistant Professor
Northern Virginia CC
21111 Crocus Terrace
Ashburn VA 20147
1-800-840-1553
www.thesearlegroupllc.net
Richard Seweryniak
Virginia State Police
7700 Midlothian Turnpike
Richmond, VA 23235
(804) 674-2000
Becky Shell
CJ Program
Valley Vocational Tech
49 Hornet Road
Fishersville VA 22939
540-245-5002
Huey Singleton
AJ Program
John Tyler CC
13101 Jefferson Highway
Chester VA 23831
[email protected]
Raymond Smith
Associate Professor
Program Coordinator
Administration of Justice
Blue Ridge Community
College
P O Box 80
Weyers Cave, VA 24486
[email protected]
540-453-2231
Mike Sorensen
Instructor Virginia
Commonwealth University
Transportation Safety
Taining Center
P O Box 843023
Richmond VA 23284
804-828-6235
[email protected]
Mittie D. Southerland*
Executive Director of the
Academy of Criminal
Justice Sciences
Professor Emeritus of Murray
State University
Dennis Staszak
Assistant Dean
Administration of Justice
Northern Virginia CC
15200 Neabsco Mills Rd
Woodbridge VA 22191
703-878-5649
[email protected]
David Stein
Associate Professor
Department of Sociology
Social Work and
Criminal Justice
VA State University
P. O. Box 9036
Colson Hall
1 Hayden Dr.
Petersburg, VA 23806
[email protected]
Beth Stinnet
Program Development Specialist
Department of Juvenile Justice
Central Administration
P O Box 1110
Richmond VA 23218-1110
804-786-0486
Michael Taylor
268 Old Cabin Trail
Ringgold VA 24586
434-432-7809
[email protected]
Louis Tayon, Jr.
Deputy Chief, City of
Chesapeake
Police Department
304 Albemarle Drive
Chesapeake VA 23322
Kelly Walls
Assist. Professor
Criminal Justice
Bluefield College
3000 College Drive
Bluefield VA 24605
276-326-4224
[email protected]
Doc Weiss
AJ Program
Wytheville CC
1000 E Main Street
Wytheville VA 24382
276-223-4782
[email protected]
Robin Widener Adkins
Police Science Program
Virginia Highlands CC
P O Box 828
Abington VA 24212
276-964-2555
[email protected]
Christopher Wiles
Community Police
Danville Police Department
P O Box 3300
Danville VA 24543
434-799-5212
[email protected]
John Wilt
Associate Professor
Danville CC
1008 South Main Street
Danville VA 24541
434-797-8468
[email protected]
Anne Wortham
Instructor
Rappahannock CC
12745 College Drive
Glenns VA 23149
804-725-4600
[email protected]
Delmar Wright
Assistant Professor of
Criminal Justice
Saint Leo University,
Fort Lee Center
961 Bishop Loop, Bldg 8035
Fort Lee, VA 23801-0220
804-861-9634
[email protected]
Charles Wymer
AJ Program
Southwest Virginia CC
P O Box SVCC
Richlands VA 24641
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