Mount Professors to present at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Conference

Criminology

By: Cindy Stewart

The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences hosts its 50th annual meeting entitled “The Politics of Crime and Justice” on March 19-23, 2013.  Mount Criminology Professors, Brooke Gialopsos, PhD and J.W. Carter II, PhD and co-author Melissa Moon from Northern Kentucky University present their research titled “An Examination of Faculty, Staff, and Students’ Perceptions of Active Shooter Training.”

The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) is an international association established in 1963 to foster professional and scholarly activities in the field of criminal justice. ACSJ promotes criminal justice education, research, policy analysis within the discipline for both educators and practitioners.  ACJS members develop and share knowledge about critical issues regarding crime and criminal and social justice.