Monday, April 2, 2012

Dr. Rosay presents at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in New York City

Dr. Rosay presents data from the Alaska Victimization Survey.
Dr. André Rosay, Justice Center Director and Katherine TePas, Office of the Governor, State of Alaska, co-presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) annual meeting in New York City on March 16.

Their topic, "Using Data to Sustain Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Initiatives in Alaska," was part of a featured panel focusing on Current Research on Crimes Against American Indian and Alaska Native Women: Informing Sustainable Practice and Policy.

L to r: Jane E. Palmer, Research Associate, National Institute of Justice;
Katie TePas, Office of the Governor, State of Alaska;
Dr. André Rosay, Director, UAA Justice Center;
Ada Pecos Melton, President, American Indian
Development Associates

ACJS is an international association founded in 1963 to promote criminal justice education, research, and policy analysis.  Members include educators, scholars, and professionals from all sectors of the criminal justice system, and students.