Congratulations to Army Reserve Sgt. Randy Sandifer, who graduated with a degree in criminal justice from University of Mississippi in 2009, for his Nobel Peace Prize nomination. His environmental research while deployed in Iraq helped close the doors of Abu … Continued
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Elizabeth Popernik, a graduate of the University of Mississippi criminal justice program and a field officer with the Mississippi Department of Corrections (MDOC), received an Extra Effort award from MDOC in April. She was among the recipients given an award … Continued
Congratulations to Carol Forsythe, senior secretary in the Department of Legal Studies! She is a Frist Student Service Award honoree, one of only two at the University of Mississippi. Carol was selected in recognition of her exceptional service to students. She was … Continued
Mr. Taulbert is best known for his touching account about growing up in the segregated Mississippi Delta as well as for his lectures and programs throughout the world. Mr. Taulbert will discuss his Ice House Entrepreneurship program that is currently … Continued
Criminal Justice Students Attend MSWLEA Conference, a video by Mary Stanton & Erin Parsons.
April 26–28, 2011 — The Inn at Ole Miss Hotel and Conference Center — University of Mississippi Sponsors The Homeland Security Training Conference is sponsored by the Department of Legal Studies, The University of Mississippi, the Southern District and Northern … Continued
RUSSELL W. STRAND Chief, Family Advocacy Law Enforcement Training Division United States Army Military Police School November 16, 2010 12:00pm Student Union Ballroom For more information contact Dr. Keena, email@example.com, Phone: +1-662-915-1998 We can learn a great deal from successful hunters … Continued
Semche Pieh is a detective currently finishing his degree in criminal justice at the University of Mississippi-Desoto.
By Mary Coker | The Daily Mississippian ARTICLE | FEBRUARY 19, 2010 – 12:12AM The University of Mississippi is putting up its fist to fight back against violence towards women. After receiving a $300,000 grant from the U.S. Department of … Continued