A group of Seattle University Criminal Justice faculty, students, alumni, and advisory committee members presented at the 2017 International Academy of Law and Mental Health (IALMH) Congress in Prague this summer.
Criminal Justice Professor and Department Chair Jacqueline Helfgott, PhD, served as a member of the 2017 IALMH Scientific Committee organizing conference panels. The following SUCJ panelists presented on the following panel on topics including “Evidence-Based Practice in Corrections,” “Community-Justice Oriented Policing,” and the Amanda Knox Case:
- Elaine Gunnison, PhD, Professor/Grad Director
- Kim Bogucki, Seattle Police Detective, Alumni, CJ Advisory Committee Member
- Kidst Messelu, MACJ student, Grad Marketing Assistant
- Nadine Guyo, BACJ, Forensic Psychology
- Caitie Healing, MACJ Investigative Criminology 2017, former United States Probation and Pretrial Services Research Analyst, current Pinkerton Crime Analyst
- Jacqueline Helfgott, PhD, Professor/Chair
- John Vinson, PhD, Adjunct Faculty, University of Washington Police Chief, Advisory Committee Member
- Loren Atherley, MACJ Investigative Criminology 2010, Adjunct Faculty Member, Seattle Police Department Research Analyst
- Emily Malterud, MACJ Investigative Criminology, Washington State Criminal Justice Training Academy Research Analyst
- Ellary Collins, BACJ Forensic Psychology 2017, former intern with Seattle Police Crisis Intervention, 2017 Blume Scholar, current-Echo Glenn Rehabilitation Counselor
- Richard Adler, PhD, Adler Forensic Psychiatry, Advisory Committee Member
- Grace Goodwin, MACJ Investigative Criminology 2016, Seattle Police Department MCPP Research Analyst, current Starbucks Global Security Analyst
- Chase Yap, MACJ Investigative Criminology 2017, Seattle Police Department MCPP Research Analyst
More photos are available on the Criminal Justice Department Facebook page.