The 8th Annual Delaney Lecture: Challenges for Criminal Justice in the 21st Century
Emmitsburg, Maryland - Mount St. Mary’s University Department of Criminal Justice announces the 8th Annual Delaney Lecture: Challenges for Criminal Justice in the 21st Century will take place on Wednesday, March 7.
The lecture will focus on the ever-changing dynamics involved with investigating and preventing terrorism, cyber hacking, gun homicide, serial killers, juvenile delinquency and fraud. Panel experts include:
- Daniel Rosenblatt, Former Director of class="ft"International Association of Chiefs of Police
- Jack Ellis, Postal Inspector (Ret.), Business/Consumer Fraud Analyst for U.S. Attorney Office, MSM Class of '71
- Gregory Campbell, Deputy Chief Postal Inspector and US Postal Inspection Service
Mr. Rosenblatt’s dedication and invaluable contributions to the field of Criminal Justice will be recognized when the Mount presents him with an honorary membership to the Order of St. Michael. The confraternity, a group of members devoted to achieving and maintaining the highest of ethical standards and morals in the field of Criminal Justice, is open to Mount St. Mary’s University graduates whose careers are in the field of Criminal Justice and those practicing professionals who the University’s Criminal Justice Student Association elects to honor for their service to our nation.
Challenges for Criminal Justice in the 21st Century, sponsored by the Mount’s Department of Criminal Justice and the CJ Student Association, will take place in the Delaplaine Fine Arts Center and begin at 6:30 p.m.
Delaney Lecture series, dedicated to Father James T. Delaney, founder of the Mount's Criminal Justice Program is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact the Department of Criminal Justice at 301-447-5373.