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School of Criminology and Criminal Justice hosts alumni panel event

On October 13, the SCCJ community came together to network, reconnect, and discuss one of the most pressing security issues facing employers.

The in-person panel discussion, “Preventing and Managing Bias Motivated Victimization in the Workplace,” featured prominent SCCJ alumni working in different sectors of the security space. The panel included Lanita CullinaneRyan DeStefanoBonnie Michelman, and Rebecca Scorzato. Professor of the Practice Emeritus in Criminology and Criminal Justice, Jack McDevitt, opened and moderated the conversation.

The panelists discussed the hate or bias incidents they are seeing in their organizations, as well as the steps their organizations have taken to address bias and impact workplace culture. Attendees had the opportunity to network with peers, industry experts, and students before and after the panel presentation. 

View the panel discussion below.

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