On June 12th, the School of Justice Studies (SJS), College of Justice, Safety, and Military Science (CJSMS), hosted a delegation from Armenia to discuss Strengthening Law Enforcement Public Relations and Community Outreach.
Professor Judah Schept has published an Opinion-Editorial in the New York Timesabout Federal Correctional Institution, Letcher. If built, FCI Letcher would be the ninth prison in Eastern Kentucky, a region already home to the densest concentration of federal prisons in the United States.
Members of Alpha Phi Sigma, the criminal justice honor society, attended the annual conference held in National Harbor, Maryland during spring break. The APS conference is held during the annual ACJS conference.
Sophie Owen, an impressive senior in the Criminal Justice program in the School of Justice Studies, has worked with her Professor, Christina Dewhurst, on writing and presenting her honors thesis, titled "Wait, is That Legal?
McKenna Revel, '17, loved the academic freedom of being able to study multiple majors during her time at Eastern Kentucky University. Now, she’s living out her passions as both a legal assistant in Lexington and executive director of the Homeless Coalition in Montgomery County.
Christina Heatherton speaks with Judah Schept about his new book, Coal, Cages, Crisis: The Rise of the Prison Economy in Central Appalachia (NYU Press, 2022). Conjuncture is a web series and podcast curated and co-produced by Jordan T.
Jayna Singleton is a Senior Criminal Justice major, from Rockcastle, KY. In addition to her major, Jayna is pursuing a Psychology minor and a Homeland Security certificate in Intelligence Studies with a threat specialty.