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1 Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences 38 th Annual Meeting June 4-7, 2014 Community Justice: Police, Courts and Corrections Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Brunswick, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Pennsylvania, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Rhode Island, Vermont

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3 In Grateful Acknowledgement to our Exhibitors: Anderson Publishing/Elsevier Association Book Exhibit International Specialized Book Services (ISBS) Looseleaf Law Publisher Additional Thanks: Slippery Rock University M.A. in Criminal Justice program and graduate admissions office Roger Williams University 3

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5 2014 NEACJS 38 TH ANNUAL MEETING NEACJS President: 1VP/Program Chair: John Mockry, Clinton Community College David R. Champion, Slippery Rock University 2 nd VP: Stephen Morreale, Worcester State University Director of the Secretariat: Secretary: Treasurer: Audio Visual Coordinator: Awards Committee: Student Awards and Scholarship Chair: Student Paper Competition Chair: Membership Committee Chair: Audit Committee Chair: Constitution & By-Laws: Newsletter: Mirlinda Ndrecka, University of New Haven Aimee Delaney Lutz, Worcester State University Rafael Rojas, Jr., Southern New Hampshire University Patrick Faiella, Massasoit Community College Penny Shtull, Norwich University Cassandra Reyes, West Chester University Patrick Harvey, Slippery Rock University Sara Stein, Western New England University Marcel Beausoleil, Fitchburg State University Patrick Faiella, Massasoit Community College Aimee Delaney Lutz, Worcester State University Nominations and Elections Chair: Jennifer Balboni, Curry College Conference Directors: Sean Varano & Chris Menton, Roger Williams University State Representatives: New Hampshire: Rafael Rojas, Jr., Southern NH University; Vermont: David Orrick, Norwich University; New York: Carolyn D Argenio, SUNY Oswego; Massachusetts: Carol Facella, Salem State University; Connecticut: George Kain, Western CT State University; Pennsylvania: Hakan S. Can, PSU- Schuylkill. 5

6 NEACJS Mission Statement The Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences is the official regional organization of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. It is an organization of scholars and criminal justice practitioners dedicated to improving scholarship, service, and practice in criminal justice. Benefits of membership include: the opportunity to build networks with criminal justice scholars and practitioners throughout the Northeast region through participation in the annual conference and other activities; reduced conference registration fees; access to the on-line membership directory; late-breaking news on events, job opportunities, and other items of interest through our optional list service. Goals and Objectives To promote the communication and dissemination of information of interest among members, other associations of education, and agencies of the criminal justice system. To develop an overall philosophy and standards of quality education in the administration of justice. To encourage both limited and long term planning and research in the criminal justice system. To establish a vehicle capable of providing technical assistance and evaluative services to agencies of the criminal justice system. The NEACJS Executive Board and membership would like to thank our host Roger Williams University. Special thanks to President Donald J. Farish, JD, Ph.D.; Stephanie Manzi, Ph.D. Dean of the School of Justice Studies; Robert McKenna, Associate Dean of the School of Justice Studies; Sean Varano, Associate Professor, Roger Williams University; Chris Menton, Professor, Roger Williams University; Liz Campo, Administrative Assistant to the Justice System Training and Research Institute; and Judy Hill, Administrative Assistant to the School of Justice Studies for their support and hospitality. Thanks are also extended to Roger Williams University Dining Services; Karen Jones, Director of Media Services and Joseph Auger, Media Services Coordinator. 6

7 NEACJS Student Paper Contest Graduate Paper Award Winners 1 st Place: Shavonne Arthurs-Indiana State University of Pennsylvania Biological Drives and Social Reinforcement: Why College Students Drink 2 nd Place: Scott Walfield-University of Massachusetts-Lowell When a Cleared Rape isn t really Cleared: A Multilevel Study of Exceptional Clearance and Arrest Undergraduate Paper Award Winners 1 st Place: Isaac Matson-Westfield State University Fear of Crime, Victimization and Reporting Patterns of Westfield State University Students 2 nd Place: Nicholas Joseph Dillon-Roger Williams University The Role of School Resource Officers Nation Wide and the Public School System s Security Technology Community College Award Winners Julie Christian-Massasoit Community College The Need for Reform in Short-Term Juvenile Detention NEACJS Student Scholarship Awards Michael Israel Graduate Student Scholarship Paul Lucas, Indiana University of Pennsylvania Gerhard O. W. Mueller Undergraduate Student Scholarship Christopher Raso, Salem State University Patrick J. Ryan Community College Student Scholarship Julie Christian, Massasoit Community College Congratulations to all of our award winners! A special thanks to the Student Paper, Graduate, Undergraduate, and Community College Scholarship Award Committees for all their hard work 7

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9 Wednesday, JUNE 4, :30 AM -1:30 PM: Criminal Justice Assessment Workshop Portsmouth Room Facilitators- Barbara Peat, Ph.D., Indiana University; Prof. Carolyn D Argenio, SUNY Oswego 1:00PM-3:00PM: Executive Board Meeting & Lunch Newport Room 2:30PM-6:00PM: Conference Registration/Raffle Lobby 5:00PM-6:30PM: Welcome Reception and Pizza Party Bridges Generously funded by the Slippery Rock University Master s in Criminal Justice Program and the SRU Graduate Admissions Office 6:30PM-7:30pm: Policy Panel Newport Room Veterans Courts-Overview, Issues and Challenges-Discussion Panel Honorable Timothy McCuhn-Butler County, PA Kelly Fulmer, RN-Veterans Administration, Butler County, PA 7:30PM-11:00PM: Networking and Hospitality Bridges Lounge 9

10 Thursday, JUNE 5, :00AM-8:30AM: Coffee Break Middletown Room 8:00AM-5:00PM: Book Exhibits Middletown Room 8:30AM-4:30PM: Conference Registration/Raffle Lobby 8:30AM-10:00AM: Opening Plenary Session Portsmouth Room Welcoming Remarks President John Mockry, NEACJS Donald Farish, Ph.D., J.D., President of Roger Williams University and the Roger Williams University School of Law Keynote Address: Introduction: David R. Champion, NEACJS 1VP Cathy Clover, M.A., Licensed Psychologist President, Clover Psychological Association Sex Offenders Assessment Board, Pennsylvania Sex Offenders, Treatment and the Community 10:00AM-10:15AM: Coffee Break Middletown Room 10:15AM-11:45AM: First Concurrent Sessions Session #1: Panel Presentation Newport Room Community-Based Approaches of Identifying and Supervising High-Risk Offenders Chair: Stephanie Manzi City of New Bedford s Safe and Successful Youth Initiative: Working with High Risk Individuals in Community-based Settings Sean Varano-Roger Williams University Identifying Factors that Influence the Risk of Failing to Appear and New Arrest among Pretrial Defendants Jennifer Hedlund-Central Connecticut State University Susan Glass, Program Manager-Connecticut Judicial Branch Connecticut s Probation Diversion Program for Offenders with Mental Illness. Stephen Cox-Central Connecticut State University The Transient Prisoner and Program Continuity Kerry Edwards-Slippery Rock University 10

11 Thursday, JUNE 5, 2014 Session #2: Roundtable Baypoint (TBA) Offenders as Victims & the Role of Community Corrections Officers Chair: Patrick Harvey-Slippery Rock University, PA. Discussants: Thomas Forrest and Daralyn Carr-Slippery Rock University Session #3: Roundtable Portsmouth Room Teaching Police Department Initiative Innovator s Development Program Operationalizing Concepts Chair: Robert McKenna, Roger Williams University Discussants: Denise E. Owens, Roger Williams University; Dean Isabella, Providence, RI Police Department; Timothy McGann, Providence, RI Police Department, and Henry Remolina, Providence, RI Police Department 12:00PM-1:45PM: LUNCHEON Aquidneck Room Keynote Address: Relationships Among the Layers of Corrections: Prison and the Community Commissioner Luis Spencer Massachusetts Department of Corrections 11

12 Thursday, JUNE 5, :00PM-3:15PM: Second Concurrent Sessions Session #4: Roundtable Baypoint (TBA) Standards for Security Studies Chair: Frank Taylor-Executive Director IPCA and University of Maine Discussants: David Champion, Slippery Rock University/NEACJS VP; Pat Faiella and Henry Di Carlo, Massasoit Community College; Thomas O Reilly, Rutgers University; Marty Greenberg, Director of Education and Research, New York State Association of Auxiliary Police; Susan Lubinski, Slippery Rock University Session #5: Panel Presentation Portsmouth Room Crime and the New Media Chair: Edward Greenberg-University of Massachusetts-Lowell Exploring Themes in Comment Threads on Crime Stories in Online Media John Asagba-University of Massachusetts-Lowell Rimonda Maroun-University of Massachusetts-Lowell Malgorzata Zuber-University of Massachusetts-Lowell Ryan Leavens-University of Massachusetts-Lowell Edward Greenberg-University of Massachusetts-Lowell Using Google Ngram to Evaluate Longitudinal Frequency Shifts in Crime-Related Terms Edward Greenberg-University of Massachusetts-Lowell John Asagba-University of Massachusetts-Lowell Matthew Pappas-University of Massachusetts-Lowell Tonisha M. Pinckne-University of Massachusetts-Lowell Malgorzata Zuber-University of Massachusetts-Lowell Comparing the Crime Imageries of News Media and Video Games Ryan Leavens- University of Massachusetts-Lowell Matthew Pappas- University of Massachusetts-Lowell Rimonda Maroun- University of Massachusetts-Lowell Tonisha M. Pinckney-University of Massachusetts-Lowell 12

13 Thursday, JUNE 5, 2014 Session #6: Panel Presentation Newport Room Graduate Student Panel: Rochester Institute of Technology Chair: John McCluskey-Rochester Institute of Technology The Heart of the Problem: Community as a Criminal Justice Learning Laboratory John Klofas- Rochester Institute of Technology John McCluskey-Rochester Institute of Technology Detectives Work: Images and Reality George MacKenzie-Rochester Institute of Technology Victimization Patterns in Rochester, NY Michael Langenbacher- Rochester Institute of Technology Jamie Dougherty-Rochester Institute of Technology A Preliminary Descriptive Analysis of the Rochester Shooting Victims Database Audrey DiPoala- Rochester Institute of Technology Karyn Bower-Rochester Institute of Technology Evaluation of Dialogues between Teenagers and Police in Rochester, NY Pamela Flemming- Rochester Institute of Technology John Klofas- Rochester Institute of Technology Jamie Dougherty- Rochester Institute of Technology Session # 7: Panel Presentation Bridges Student Research Panel Chair: Patrick Harvey-Slippery Rock University The Need for Reform in Short-Term Juvenile Detention Julie Christian-Massasoit Community College Fear of Crime, Victimization and Reporting Patterns of WSU Students Isaac Matson-Westfield State University Factors in Serial Killing Lindsay Boily-Southern New Hampshire University An Ethical Inquiry Into Graffiti and the Addictive Nature Behind the Criminalistic Art William Harper-Slippery Rock University 3:15PM-3:30PM: Coffee Break Middletown Room 13

14 Thursday, JUNE 5, :30PM-5:00PM: Third Concurrent Sessions Session #8: Roundtable Baypoint (TBA) Chairing a Criminal Justice Department Chair and Discussants: Patrick Faiella-Massasoit Community College; Eve Buzawa- University of Massachusetts-Lowell; Dawn Titus-Couture-Dean College; and Patricia Gavin-Anna Maria College Session #9: Panel Presentation Aquidneck Room Understanding Justice at Norwich University Chair: Johannes Wheeldon-Norwich University Citizen/Soldier Justice Survey: Initial Results and Future Analysis Johannes Wheeldon-Norwich University Using Theories of Justice to Engage Students David Orrick-Norwich University Student Research and Justice at Norwich University Samantha Thornton-Norwich University Session #10: Panel Presentation Newport Room Policing: Issues and Challenges in the Community Children Present on the Scene upon Police Arrival at an Intimate Partner Violence Incident: Race, Police Action, and Officer Initiated Social Support Tonisha M. Pinckney-University of Massachusetts Lowell Crisis Intervention Teams (CIT): The importance of an informed police response to people experiencing mental health crises Michele Bratina, Ph.D.-Shippensburg University Supply Side Policing: Trickle Up or Trickle Down? Using an Economic Model Combined with Game Theory to Improve the Effectiveness of Community Policing Focused on Street-Level Gun Violence. Gary Berte, Ph.D.-Springfield College The Nature and Extent of Stress Intervention Services for Police Officers Jane M. Tucker-West Chester University of Pennsylvania The Felonious Killing of Police Officers During Traffic Stops

15 Illya Lichtenberg-Mercy University Thursday, JUNE 5, 2014 Session #11 Roundtable Bridges Chair: Julie Schnobrich-Davis Central Connecticut State University Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Police Agencies Discussants: Brenda J. Bond-Suffolk University; Chris Sedelmaier-University of New Haven; Chris Harris-University of Massachusetts Lowell 6:30PM-8:30PM: President s Award Reception Courtyard/Portsmouth Room Generously Sponsored by Dr. Donald Farish, President of Roger Williams University and the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) Welcoming Remarks: Dr. Andrew Workman, Provost, Roger Williams University Presentation of NEACJS Awards and Scholarships Featured Speaker: Dr. Brian Payne, President, ACJS Presentation of NEACJS Awards Penny Shtull-Norwich University Presentation of Student Scholarship Awards Cassandra Reyes-West Chester University 8:45PM-11:00PM Networking and Hospitality Bridges Lounge 15

16 Friday, JUNE 6, :00AM-8:30AM: Coffee Break Middletown Room 8:00AM-12:30AM: Book Exhibits Middletown Room 8:00AM-11:00AM: Conference Registration/Raffle Lobby 8:30AM-9:45AM: Fourth Concurrent Sessions Session #12: Roundtable Bridges Leadership Development in the Criminal Justice Professions Chair: Richard Martin, Keuka College Discussants: James Donahue, Assistant Deputy Superintendent, New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision and Criminal Justice Instructor for Keuka College; Gabrielle Liddy, Chief Deputy, Oneida County New York Sheriff's Department, Correction Division and Keuka College; Richard Martin, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice for Keuka College and former police supervisor; Marcel F. Beausoleil, Fitchburg State University; Rafael Rojas, Southern New Hampshire University; James Desmarais, Johnson & Wales University; Penny Shtull, Norwich University Session #13: Roundtable Baypoint (TBA) Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice: SRU Student Roundtable Chair: David Champion-Slippery Rock University Discussants: Patrick Harvey, Kyla Gray, Caitlyn D Itri; William Harper, Slippery Rock University; Stephen A. Morreale, Worcester State University Session #14: Panel Session Newport Room Issues of Justice and the University Community Chair: Larry Rosenberg- Millersville University The Perceived Effectiveness of a University s Emergency Response System: Text-Messaging and Communications Explored Michael E. Antonio-West Chester University 16

17 Friday, JUNE 6, 2014 Ex-Offender Re-Entry and the Community College Ellen C. Wertlieb-Schenectady County Community College Martin A. Greenberg-SUNY Ulster (Retired) A Qualitative Analysis of Student Perceptions of University Police Officers Shannon T. Grugan-West Chester University A Student Study to Determine College/University Student Perceptions of Muslim-Americans Stephen Morreale-Worcester State University Allison L. McDowell-Smith-Northcentral University Session #15: Panel Session Portsmouth Room Contemporary Challenges and Responses in the Community Justice Era No Soldier Left Behind: The Veterans Court Solution Paul Lucas-Indiana University of Pennsylvania Kathleen J. Hanrahan, Ph.D.-Indiana University of Pennsylvania The Red Hook Community Justice Center in Brooklyn Michael Kaune-St. Francis College (Brooklyn, NY) The Ethics of Specialty (Community) Courts Fernando Linhares, JD-Drew University Familial Dynamics and the Reentry Process: The Complexities, Challenges and Chaos of Coming Home Dale J. Brooker-Saint Joseph s College of Maine What Ever Happened to the Community Era? Jay S. Berman-New Jersey City University 10:00AM-10:15AM: Coffee Break Middletown Room 17

18 Friday, JUNE 6, :15AM-11:45AM: Fifth Concurrent Session Session #16: Roundtable Bridges Curriculum Development and Adaptation in Two Year Schools Chair: Patrick Faiella, Massasoit Community College Discussants: Henry DiCarlo-Massasoit Community College Aviva Rich-Shea-Massasoit Community College Benjamin Coleman-Massasoit Community College Session #17: Roundtable Baypoint (TBA) Effective Management of Technology Use in the Classroom. Chair: Mahfuzul Khondaker-Kutztown University, PA Discussants: Nurun Begum-East Stroudsburg University, PA Mary Brewster-West Chester University Jane M. Tucker-West Chester University Sami Abdel-Salam-West Chester University Session #18: Panel Session Newport Room Substance Abuse and Aspects of Offending Chair: Dr. Philip Kavanaugh, Penn State-Harrisburg Racialized Representations in the Medicalization of Drug Addiction: An Analysis of Documentary Films Dr. Philip Kavanaugh, Penn State Harrisburg; Tammy L. Anderson, University of Delaware Under the Influence: Drug Testing of Probationers and Parolees Cassandra Reyes-West Chester University of Pennsylvania What is truth in reporting? A comparison of self-reported substance use and arrest data among four groups of youth. Aimée Delaney Lutz-Worcester State University Biological Drives and Social Reinforcement: Why College Students Drink Shavonne Arthurs-Indiana University of PA John Lewis-Indiana University of PA 18

19 Friday, JUNE 6, 2014 Session #19: Panel Session Portsmouth Room Contemporary Issue Array: Law, Theory, Policy and Education Chair: George Kain-Western Connecticut State University Moving Toward Incorporating Crime Severity into the Fourth Amendment s Reasonableness Analysis Eric Gentes, Esq.-Rivier University, NH When is Remaining Silent not Protected by the Right to Remain Silent? Eric Gentes, Esq.-Rivier University, NH The Cheese Stands Alone: The United States Position in the Context of Worldwide Debate on Capital Punishment. George Kain-Western Connecticut State University The Value of Implementing Curricular Platforms in Criminal Justice Program Assessment Anne Killen-Richard Martin Thomas Tremer-Keuka College, NY Public Harassment Janice Joseph-Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Session #20- Panel Session Aquidneck Room Theory and Practice: Strain, Corruption and Offender Revocation Chair: John Mockry-Clinton Community College Factors that Impact Revocation and Recommitment Practices in Erie County, PA Dr. Maria Garase-Mercyhurst University Assessing General Strain Theory: Preliminary Analyses of a Comprehensive Model Molly Buchanan-University of Florida Dr. Marv Krohn- University of Florida YeungJeom Lee- University of Florida Brian Pujols-University of Florida; Dr. Emiko Kobayashi-Kanazawa University. A Culture of Corruption? An Exploratory Review of the New Orleans Police Department (NOPD)- Dr. James Ruiz, Penn State Harrisburg. 19

20 Friday, JUNE 6, :00PM-1:30PM: Sixth Concurrent Session Session #21: Roundtable Baypoint (TBA) Innovations in Criminal Justice Education Chair: Stephen Morreale-Worcester State University Marcel Beausoleil, Fitchburg State University Session #22: Panel Session Newport Room Cyber-Security and Online Crime Chair: Cassandra Reyes-West Chester University Proactive Cyber Security Edward Thibault-Founding Member/Past President NEACJS The Dirty Truth: Cyber-Bullying Among Adults in Everyday Life Kweilin Pikciunas-Indiana University of Pennsylvania Deterrence and Music Piracy Attitudes and Behavior Mary P. Brewster West Chester University Edward Bruton-West Chester University Arielle Simmons-Department of Criminal Justice, West Chester University Session #23: Panel Session Aquidneck Room Victims and Offenders: Sex Offenses, Child Abuse and Hate Crimes Chair: Maria Garase-Mercyhurst University Investigating the Dynamics of Bystander Behavior in Child Sexual Abuse Incidents Charles Leonard-Bridgewater State University Carolyn Petrosino-Bridgewater State University A Comparative Analysis of Adult Sexual Assault and Child Victimization Daralyn M. Carr-Slippery Rock University When a Cleared Rape isn t Really Cleared: A Multilevel Study of Exceptional Clearance and Arrest Scott Walfield-University of Massachusetts Lowell Hate Crimes in the Gay and Lesbian Community: A Content Analysis of Newspaper Coverage Dr. Patrick McManimon-Kean University, NJ; Lauren Spath, Kean University 20

21 Friday, JUNE 6, 2014 Inter-Rater Reliability of the Massachusetts Risk Classification System (Sex Offender Classification Worksheet) Elizabeth Rahmberg Walsh-Fitchburg State University Session #24: Workshop: Flipping the Classroom AnnMarie Cordner-Kutztown University Bridges 1:30PM-3:00PM: ANNUAL PICNIC Courtyard/Portsmouth Room Greetings from the President: John Mockry-Clinton Community College Presentation of Student Paper Awards 8 th Annual Raffle Winners 3:00PM-4:30PM: NEACJS Annual Meeting Courtyard/Portsmouth Room 5:00pm-6:00PM: State Organization Meetings Aquidneck Room 6:00pm-11:00PM: Networking and Hospitality Bridges Lounge Saturday, JUNE 7, :00AM-11:00AM: NEACJS Executive Board Meeting & Brunch Newport Room 21

22 NEACJS AWARDS AND HONORS The Regional Fellow Award An award presented annually to an individual with a minimum of four years teaching experience in criminology/criminal justice who has made significant contributions to scholarship in criminal justice education through published works, scholarly papers, and accomplishment in teaching, grants, and other related professional activities. The Founders Award An award presented annually in recognition of outstanding service to the NEACJS. To be eligible for the award, an individual must have been an active member in good standing of the NEACJS for four consecutive years and has to have made substantial and significant contributions in service to the Association. Emerging Scholar Award An award presented annually to a member of NEACJS for an outstanding scholarly contribution to the advancement of criminal justice within the first five years of his/her professional career. Gerhard O.W. Muller Innovator Award An award presented annually to a member of NEACJS whose work as a practitioner has had a direct, positive, and significant effect within the criminal justice system. Contributions might include program development, policy implementation, education, and training. Current NEACJS Executive Board members are ineligible for any of these awards. Nominees must be members of the organization for one year prior to nomination. Six student awards are offered: Student Paper Awards Best paper by a graduate student (masters or doctoral level) will receive $200 and second place paper by a graduate student will each receive $175. Best paper by an undergraduate student will receive $150 and second place paper by an undergraduate student will receive $125. Best paper by a community college student will receive $100 and second place paper by a community college student will each receive $75. All winners will also receive a one-year membership in the NEACJS. 22

23 NEACJS STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS The Michael Israel Graduate Student Scholarship The Michael Israel Graduate Student Scholarship is presented in honor of Mike Israel to recognize his contributions to public policy and criminal justice. The Scholarship is awarded annually to a student pursing a graduate degree in Criminal Justice or Criminology. Student nominees must have completed one semester of graduate study. Nominations are accepted from members of NEACJS and include a letter of recommendation and a copy of the student resume. The scholarship award of $500 includes a one-year student membership to NEACJS. Gerhard O. W. Mueller and Freda Adler Undergraduate Student Scholarship The Gerhard Mueller Undergraduate Student Scholarship is presented in honor of Gerhard Mueller to recognize his contributions to public policy and criminal justice. The Scholarship is awarded annually to a student pursing an under graduate degree in Criminal Justice or Criminology. Student nominees must be admitted to or matriculated to a Community College, College or University. Nominees must have a Grade Point Average of 3.5 and have contributed to Criminal Justice outside of the classroom. Nominations are accepted from current members of NEACJS. Please include a letter of recommendation and a copy of the student s resume and transcript. The scholarship award of $500 includes a one-year student membership to NEACJS. Patrick J. Ryan Community College Student Scholarship** The Patrick J. Ryan Community College Student Scholarship is presented in honor of Patrick J. Ryan to recognize his many contributions to the field of criminal justice higher education. As a non-traditional student and lifelong learner, Dr. Ryan was a role model for all students to emulate. This NEACJS Scholarship is awarded annually to a student pursuing a lower division two-year degree in Criminal Justice or Criminology. Student nominees must be admitted to or matriculated in a two-year lower division or community college degree program. Nominations are accepted from members of NEACJS and must include a letter of recommendation from one of the student s instructors. The scholarship award includes a one-year student membership to NEACJS and a $500 cash award. 23

24 NEACJS PAST AWARD RECIPIENTS Emerging Scholar Innovator's Award Regional Fellow's Award Founder's Award (Established 2004) (Established 2004) (Established 1997) (Established 1997) 2013 Harry Rhea Ed Leclair Mary Brewster Tom Lenehan Denise Kindschi Lawrence 2012 Patrick Harvey George Kain Gosselin Rosenberg Robert W Jennifer Balboni Robert A. Jerin David Mackey McKenna 2010 Bitna Kim Maria Garase Jim Ruiz Dave Owens 2009 Hakan Can Martin Greenberg Janice Joseph Penny Shtull 2008 Denise Kindschi-Gosselin David Champion Roslyn Muraskin L. Edward Day 2007 Maria Garase Anthony Pesare Patrick Faiella 2006 Michael Israel John Krimmel George Gaudette 2005 Jack Dempsey Frank Hagan 2004 Yolanda Scott Robert McKenna Gerhard Mueller Kevin Ryan 2003 Peter J. Benekos Lou Procaccini 2002 Freda Adler Raymond Helgemoe 2001 Alida V. Merlo Peter J. Benekos 2000 Edward Thibault 1999 Roslyn Muraskin Joseph Cimini 1998 Philip Jenkins Michael D'Auria 1997 Frank E. Hagan Frank Taylor 24

25 NEACJS Past Presidents Patrick Faiella AnnMarie Cordner Ralph Rojas Larry Rosenberg Jim Ruiz Yolanda Scott Penny Shtull Denise Kindschi Gosselin Ed LeClair Dave Owens Pat Loveless Kevin Ryan John Krimmel Gerald Garrett Leo Carroll Peter Benekos Bill Clements Roz Muraskin Randy Martin Larry Seigel Frank Robbins Stan Shernock Eve Buzawa Jay Albanese Joe Cimini Ed Bracken Ed Thibault Ray Helgemoe Ed Sabol Hugh Talbot Tom Goldrick Mike D'Auria Joe Connors Larry Lynch 25

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27 2015 Annual Meeting Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences Criminal Justice Education: Past, Present and Future Innovations and Relevance Roger Williams University Bristol, Rhode Island June 10-13, 2015 Program Chair: Dr. Stephen Morreale, Worcester State University 1VP, NEACJS /

28 2015 Annual Meeting Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences Criminal Justice Education: Past, Present and Future Innovations and Relevance Roger Williams University Bristol, Rhode Island June 10-13, 2015 Program Chair: Dr. Stephen Morreale, Worcester State University 1VP, NEACJS /

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