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Turner on Safety Communication

Turner on Safety Communication

With the Olympic Winter Games so close to the American border, security is a bi-national responsibility. Mason researcher Allan Turner is one of many taking part in the effort by assuring that new communication equipment is meeting the needs of first responders.

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VIDEO: Weisburd Talks About Winning Stockholm Prize

VIDEO: Weisburd Talks About Winning Stockholm Prize

George Mason University professor David Weisburd is considered one of the world's top criminologists. His work on "hot spots" won him the Stockholm Prize. Weisburd, his students and others talk about his work, his influence and his passion for criminology and teaching.

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Weisburd Wins Criminology’s Top Prize for His Policing Research

Weisburd Wins Criminology’s Top Prize for His Policing Research

Distinguished Professor David Weisburd has been named the winner of the 2010 Stockholm Prize in Criminology for his research and findings that police patrols at crime “hot spots” do not merely move crime around the corner. The Stockholm prize is widely considered the most prestigious in the field of criminology, and this is the first time the international committee has bestowed the award on a single individual. Winners receive 1 million Swedish kroner (about $130,000).

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Symposium hosted by Senator Jim Webb (D-VA) and the Administration of Justice Department

Symposium hosted by Senator Jim Webb (D-VA) and the Administration of Justice Department

On Wednesday, October 15, Senator Jim Webb (D-VA) and the Administration of Justice Department of George Mason University hosted a symposium entitled “Drugs in America: Trafficking, Policy and Sentencing.”