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The criminal justice system in the United States is dynamic and ever-changing. Discussions will focus on those deviations that are currently being examined and argued by scholars, practitioners, and students, who are called upon to interpret constructs, critically and resourcefully, in the foundations of law enforcement, corrections, and the courts. Dialogue and debate will concentrate on the Constitution and its application, the History of Policing and BIOPC, Policing in America from a Post-Pandemic Perspective, Ethics Training, Mass Shooters, Diversity in the Hiring Process, Challenges to Equity, Problem-Solving Courts, Institutional Corrections, and Emerging Technology


Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) 61st Annual Conference


Chicago, IL


College of Arts and Sciences


Moderator: Darren Keith Stocker, Cape Cod Community College
Discussant: Christopher James Utecht, College of Lake County
Discussant: Paul R Gormley, Lynn University
Discussant: Jermaine Reese, Henry Ford College
Discussant: Gregory Gordon, College of Lake County
Discussant: Thomas Rzemyk, Columbia Southern University

Gormley ACJS 2024 - Current Issues in Criminal Justice.pptx (5063 kB)
Current Issues in Criminal Justice (PowerPoint)



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