Thursday, March 23, 2017 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Johnson Center, Meeting Room D, 3rd Floor
The Police Research Group (PRG), affiliated with the Department of Criminology, Law and Society, will present a lecture by Temple University Associate Professor Elizabeth Groff, on Thursday, March 23. Dr. Groff has a PhD in Geography and an MA in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Maryland.
Having spent the last twenty years applying geographic theory and methodology to the study of crime-related issues at both the local and national levels, Dr. Groff has made important findings that have natural implications for police practice and policy. Dr. Groff will speak about her research on crime and place, modeling geographic influences on police activity, agent based modeling, crime prevention, and technology in policing, including body-worn cameras.
All are invited to join the PRG for this informative talk. Food and beverages will be provided courtesy of the PRG! Please RSVP by March 22 through the link on this page.