Richard Denholm, an adjunct instructor in the intelligence studies program at George Mason University, has published a new textbook that provides undergraduate students with an introduction to the U.S. government's collection and use of intelligence.
On February 22, Professor Cynthia Lum will discuss “A Vision for American Policing Reform" as part of Mason's Vision Series. The series presents an opportunity for invited Mason faculty members to share the frontiers of their work in an accessible style that also inspires lively discussion among students, faculty, staff, and the wider reaches of the community.
CLS professors Cynthia Lum and Chris Koper will be the new editors of the journal Criminology & Public Policy. The journal's objective is to strengthen the role of research in the formulation of crime and justice policy by publishing empirically based, policy-focused articles.
Danielle Rudes, Associate Professor in the Department of Criminology, Law and Society, has joined the Board of Directors for the Consortium of Undergraduate Law and Justice Programs.
Weisburd to Give Keynote Address
David Weisburd, Distinguished Professor of Criminology, Law and Society, will give a keynote address at the 2nd International Conference on Government, Crime and Justice Statistics in Mexico City this June. His address is titled: "Hot Spots and Crime: Research and Policy Implications."
Allan Turner has been selected by the Naval Postgraduate School Center for Homeland Defense and Security to present “A Practitioner-Researcher Partnership to Develop and Deliver Operational Value of Threat, Risk, and Vulnerability Assessment Training to meet the Requirements of Emergency Responders”