School of Criminology and Criminal Justice faculty members have partnered with Douglas County to assist with the design and evaluation of an assessment and reentry case management services to be implemented at the Douglas County Detention Center.
Gregory Gonzalez, a Goodrich alum, is a recipient of the 2017 CPACS Alumni Award. Greg is an Omaha native whose 24-year (and counting) professional law enforcement career has led him to a deputy chief position in the Omaha Police Department, which has about 800 sworn officers. Greg also serves on numerous policing and community governing boards.
Staff from the Center for Public Affairs Research, alongside partners from the Nebraska Safety Center, officially kicked off a unique five-year partnership intended to improve and promote public transit across Nebraska.
The Aging with Passion & Purpose: Next Generation Services conference will explore new ways of caring for an aging population. Registration deadline is March 7.
The CPACS Alumni Awards Celebration will be held March 28, 2017, 5:30-7:30 P.M., at the Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center.
CPACS has announced the schedule of presentations for the findings of the projects funded by the Urban Research Grant Project.
Lyn Holley is the recipient of the inaugural Dr. Chuck Powell Professorship of Gerontology.
The DCS Ambassadors are a student organization that represents the Division of Continuing Studies to members of the community, guests of the Division, and prospective students.
To speak to Ruey Dei (pronounced Ray Day) is to speak to someone who is kind, determined, and passionate about life.
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