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SCCJ Senior Celebration


SCCJ will host a special afternoon celebration for graduating students and their guests, a tradition that goes back to 1968. Seniors will receive a parting gift from SCCJ. Faculty members and alumni will be in attendance to meet your family, and there will be a short program that includes award presentations. Reception style buffet and…
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Panama Papers and Paradise Papers – the Inside Story


Frederick Obermaier is an author and investigative journalist at the Munich-based Suddeutsche Zeitung. Mr. Obermaier’s work focuses largely on corruption, the global implications of tax-havens and the role played by banks, lawyers, and wealth managers. Together with his colleague, Bastian Obermayer, they initiated, shared, researched and revealed The Panama Papers to the world. The two…
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The Response to the Manchester (UK) Arena Terrorist Attack


Chief Constable Ian Hopkins of the Greater Manchester (UK) Police is responsible for public safety for 2.8 million people in and around Manchester, England and responsible for the second largest policing field command in the United Kingdom, after the London Metropolitan Police. He oversaw the response to the May 2017 Manchester Arena terrorist attack. In…
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Advanced NVivo Training Session for SCCJ Grad Students


Professor Amy Farrell and NVivo Trainer, Jen Pataschnick from QSR-NVivo, will provide training on advanced techniques for qualitative analysis within NVivo. Space is limited. Please email Professor Farrell at am.farrell@northeastern.edu to reserve a space.    

MASS Incarceration: Symposium on The Past, Present, and Future of Incarceration in Massachusetts


Organized by faculty of Northeastern University’s Program in Public History and its School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, this symposium brings together policymakers, correctional officials, scholars, students and the general public to discuss the past, present, future of incarceration in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Speakers will explore the following issues: How has incarceration in Massachusetts…
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Either You Don’t Know Or You’re In Denial


Please join us for a community forum discussing risk factors facing youth who may become involved in gang activity or who are vulnerable to commercial sexual exploitation. This forum is open to all members of the Northeastern University community as well as the general public.

Criminal Justice and the Path From Federal Prison to Georgetown


Join the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs for a discussion of “Criminal Justice and the Path From Federal Prison to Georgetown” with guest speaker Shon Hopwood, Associate professor of Law at Georgetown University. This event is part of the Lives in Law and Policy Speaker Series, which provides opportunities for students, alumni, and…
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