An End to the Era of Mass Incarceration? Reflections on the National Research Council Report
- Moot Courtroom
Jeremy Travis, president of John Jay College of Criminal Justice and a nationally recognized authority on trends in crime and punishment, the effectiveness of the justice system and advances in forensic science, will visit the University of Baltimore on Tuesday, Sept. 8 to deliver a lecture entitled "An End to the Era of Mass Incarceration? Reflections on the National Research Council Report."
The event, co-sponsored by the Office of the President and the School of Criminal Justice in UB's College of Public Affairs, is free and open to the public.
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- Debra Stanley
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