Area Police Chiefs Hear About ‘Sustaining Community Policing in Tough Economic Times’ at The University of Scranton

06/07/11
The Criminal Justice Department of The University of Scranton hosted local law enforcement officials for lecture by a leading community policing expert and the co-developer of the “Broken Windows” theory – George Kelling, Ph.D., professor of criminal justice at Rutgers University. Dr. Kelling presented “Sustaining Community Policing in Tough Economic Times” and then participated in a panel discussion with police chiefs from Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, Dunmore and Blakely. Standing, from left, are, panelists Chief Patrick Reese of the Dunmore Police Department, Chief Dan Duffy of the Scranton Police Department, Dr. Kelling, event organizer Michael Jenkins, Ph.D., cand., of The University of Scranton’s Criminal Justice Department, Chief Gerard Dessoye of the Wilkes-Barre Police Department, and Chief Guy Salerno of the Blakely Police Department.
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