Monday, March 25, 2013

Justice faculty present at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences 50th annual meeting in March

Justice Center faculty presented on several topics at the 50th Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences annual meeting in Dallas, March 19-23.  This year's theme was "The Politics of Crime and Criminal Justice."

 Dr. Sharon Chamard:
"The Temporal Effects of the Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend on Crime in Anchorage"

Dr. Cory R. Lepage:
"A New Approach in Reducing Domestic Violence in Alaska: Evaluation of the Fairbanks PACE Project"

Dr. Troy Payne and Dr. Sharon Chamard:
"Alcohol Ignition Interlock Orders in Alaska: A Preliminary Analysis"

Dr. Troy Payne:
"Exploring Seasonality of Crime in Anchorage, Alaska"

Following their ACJS presentations l to r: Dr. Troy Payne, Dr. Sharon Chamard, and Dr. Cory R. Lepage.

The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (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.