The Association of Blacks and Browns in Criminal Justice is a faculty led student organization working toward achieving equal justice for blacks and other minorities within the criminal justice system and increasing minority representation in criminal justice career fields. The organization meets twice a month. Membership is open to all undergraduates, graduate students and alumni enrolled in the University, regardless of race, ethnicity or academic pursuits. For more information, or to join the Association of Blacks and Browns in Criminal Justice, go to https://unomaha.campuslabs.com/engage/organization/nabcj.
The University of Nebraska Omaha Against the Trafficking of Humans (UNOATH) is a faculty led student organization whose mission is to educate our students and staff on the components and correlates of human trafficking. Through guest speakers and meetings, we strive to spread awareness on the signs and the various vulnerable groups within human trafficking. UNOATH members are provided with opportunities for internships, volunteer opportunities and establish relationships with anti-trafficking organizations. Membership is open to all UNO students and staff. For more information, reach us at email@example.com or our Presence Page
The Future Law Enforcement Professionals (FLEP) is a faculty led (law enforcement supported) student organization for undergraduate students interested in a career with law enforcement. The focus of the group is networking, socializing, and learning about experiences and employment opportunities in the field of law enforcement. This will occur through speakers, tours, and other events to encourage and support students in preparing for a career in the law enforcement field. Meetings are held once per month during the academic year and usually showcase a speaker or event that involves a particular aspect of law enforcement at the local, state, or federal level. For more information contact Professor Kim Retzlaff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The SCCJ Ambassador Honors Society is a select group of academically elite students who participate in a faculty led leadership program throughout the academic year. SCCJ Ambassadors are provided unique leadership, educational and service-learning opportunities specific to Criminology and Criminal Justice. SCCJ Ambassadors represent the UNO SCCJ at university and community events in leadership roles. Invitations to interview for the Honors Society are generally extended in December to the incoming classes of SCCJ majors. Contact Dr. Gaylene Armstrong for additional information.