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ACJA Takes Home 16 Awards from Nationals

Release Date:
3/23/2012 4:00 PM
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Congratulations to the UNH Criminal Justice Club who brought home 16 awards and honors from the American Criminal Justice Association 75th Annual National Conference held from 3/11/12-3/16/12. 


ACJA Conference


This week long event was attended by 375 conferees and included workshops, academic competitions, presentations, crime scene competitions, guest speakers, firearms competitions, job fairs, ride-alongs and a host of other activities that kept everyone extremely busy for the entire week.

Award Winners:

Todd Dewald (3rd place-individual shoot- lower division ) 

Aislinn Gormally (2nd place- physical agility-25 & under)

Jenna Henning (2nd place-police management-upper division)
Samantha Kiely (3rd place- physical agility- 25 & under)
                             (3rd place-criminal law-lower division)
                             (2nd place-police management-lower division)

Patrick Kelland, Christine Letsche, Stephanie Pajak (2nd place -crime scene-upper division)
Patrick Kelland (3rd-LAE knowledge-upper division)

Kristin O’Keeffe (3rd- juvenile justice-lower division)
Professor Daniel Maxwell (2nd place- criminal law-professional division)
Megan Penney (2nd place- police management-upper division)

Alexandra Rossy (1st place-juvenile justice-lower division)

Tom Schretzenmayer (1st place- physical agility – 25 & under)

Alexis Steere (3rd place- police management-lower division)

Psi Omega (Sprit Award)


A very special Congratulations to Erin Wiswell who was voted the National Student Representative for the American Criminal Justice Associate 2013 National Conference in Valley Forge, PA.  Among other rankings: 3rd place-LAE knowledge-lower division, 2nd place-juvenile justice-lower division and 1st place-scholarship winner-lower division.

 

(Story submitted by Daniel K. Maxwell BA, MSCJ, MPA Instructor of Criminal Justice, Photo submitted by Lisa Saverese, Asst. Director- Office of Student Activities)