The Dr. Lenore M. Kelly Centennial Lecture in the Social Sciences
February 25, 2016
Tuohy Student Lounge, SJC Brooklyn
The Dr. Lenore M. Kelly Centennial Lecture in the Social Sciences: 100 Years of Justice in New York City presented by Joseph E. Pascarella, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
Dr. Joseph Pascarella will discuss the evolution of the justice system in New York City since the College was founded in 1916. He will focus on the police and administration of justice, and highlight the major disorder and crime issues and how they have changed and evolved. Dr. Pascarella will also discuss the methods and technologies uses by the New York Police Department to confront these challenges. Dr. Pascarella is an associate professor in criminal justice, the associate chair of the Department of Criminal Justice and a retired police captain from the New York Police Department. In 2003, he was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to conduct research and teach at the National Police College of Finland in Espoo, Finland.
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