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UMA Community Policing Expert invited to Campus Focus Group

The International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators will host a webinar entitled, “A Conversation: Ideas for Preparing Other Campus … Read More

Campus Compact names UMA student as 2020-2021 Newman Civic Fellow

Campus Compact, a Boston-based non-profit organization working to advance the public purposes of higher education, has announced the 290 students … Read More

Chief March, Lecturer of Justice Studies, co-hosts on WVOM 101.3FM & 103.9FM

UMA Lecturer of Justice Studies, Chief Noel March, has temporarily landed a prime spot on drive time talk radio as … Read More

UMA Lecturer, Noel March, Appointed to International Association of Chiefs of Police

University of Maine at Augusta Director of the Maine Community Policing Institute and Lecturer of Justice Studies appointed through 2022 … Read More

Maine Policy Scholar Jessica Sidelinger recommends ways for policymakers to develop a statewide human trafficking task force.

Jessica Sidelinger, a UMA Justice Studies student, was recently chosen as a Maine Policy Scholar. Her research has focused on … Read More

Hiring released prisoners helps meet state’s workforce needs

Prison officials, community leaders met at UMA Rockland to talk about connecting workers from justice system with employers. View the … Read More

UMA Students at the State House

This spring, students from the University of Maine at Augusta could be found at the Maine State House testifying on … Read More

Panelist Named for Maine State Forum on Restraint and Seclusion | March 13th

Maine State Forum partners with Maine Developmental Disabilities Council for screening of documentary film “The Kids We Lose” A panel … Read More

Justice Studies Program Developing a Certificate in Mediation Studies

As part of the Academic Programs for the Future initiative, the Justice Studies Program is seeking to develop a Certificate … Read More

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