The Criminal Justice Department is part of the Social Sciences Division of Siena Heights. Our office
CRJ getting into the Christmas Spirit!
CRJ loves our adjuncts!
Happy Halloween from SHU's CRJ Department!
2017-2018 Honors Awards
This is the second part to Law Enforcement and the Use of Force forum.
Law Enforcement and the Use of Force Part Two - YouTube This is the second part to Law Enforcement and the Use of Force forum that was held at Siena Heights University, November 28, 2016.
Please view the forum that was held on Nov. 28, 2016 if you were not able to attend. Part two will be posted soon.
Law Enforcement and the Use of Force Part One Law Enforcement and The Use of Force Challenges & Resolution Strategies Presented by the Criminal Justice Department at Siena Heights University.
Coming soon: our video from Law Enforcement and the Use of Force Forum....
For our colleague - Chief Emrick of Adrian to raise money for Muscular Dystrophy Association! Please help out if you can!
The Black Body Count Rises as Chicago Police Step Back Heather Mac Donald writes that in 2016 nearly 3,000 people have been shot Chicago, an average of one victim every two hours.
Our Very Special CRJ Students 2016
Ginanni, Roccola, Anthony, Juliano
Look at this handsome CRJ guy!
Our wonderful Elly!
Honoring Heroes And Sacrifices During Project Blue Light On December 2nd, a moving tribute for law enforcement officers and firefighters who have made the supreme sacrifice and those who continue to protect us took place at 7 p.
Faculty and History in Pictures
James E. Sheridan's Obituary on The Daily Telegram Read the Obituary and view the Guest Book, leave condolences or send flowers. | James E. Sheridan passed away Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015, at the Hospice of Lenawee Home. James Edward Sheridan was born May 18, 1944, in Midland, Mich., to James Vincent Sheridan and Estelle
Judge James Sheridan loses battle with brain cancer months after retirement James E. Sheridan died Thursday, less than a year after retiring from a 36-year career as Lenawee County District Court judge. He was 71.Colleagues and
The Judge - James Sheridan - Siena Heights & Onsted
[The photos are from my Mickey archives and a few from the Telegram.]
This is from Elly: "Judge James Sheridan, a great man and friend, died last night. It was an honor to know him. He taught for Siena Heights, Criminal Law, for over 30 years and helped shape the Criminal Justice Program. RIP Jim, I miss you already."
This was one of my favorite 'power point' photos when I was first learning how to use it! Elly Teunion-Smith and Jon and of course in the middle Elly's favorite Taz!
This information came from Chaplin Larry Betz. He spoke at a 'Day Break' event and shared his journey trying to find his father's unit in the Air Force and their families. His father was the only survivor during their 16th battle out and became a prisoner of war - I believe he said for 10 months. I asked permission and he said I could share it with you. I will also put it as a jpeg so you can access it from our photos. What a gracious speaker and man.
American Battle Monuments Commission is responsible for operating and maintaining American Cemeteries and battle monuments in foreign countries. Any American service member killed and buried overseas in one of our cemeteries can be located on the ABMC website which is WWW.ABMC.gov. If the individual was killed in action but not buried overseas they will inform the inquirer of that fact but do not maintain records of where those individuals are buried.
National Personnel Records Center
Military Personnel Records
9700 Page Ave.
St. Louis, Missouri 63132-5100
This office maintains records on all who have served in the armed forces. It should be noted that a few years ago there was a fire at this location and many records were destroyed many of which were from WWII veterans.
Dept. of the Army
U. S. Army Human Resources Command
200 Stovall St.
Alexandria, VA 22332-0400
This command maintains the records of any individuals who were KIA. If anyone writes to obtain any of this commands information they will need the name and serial number of the soldier and this wording must be in the written request "I am requesting this information under the Freedom of Information Act". The letter should state the Individual Deceased Personnel File (IDPF) for the deceased soldier. This command does not maintain records for the Navy, Air Force or Marines. Each branch maintains records on their KIA's. During WWII the air force was a part of the Army, U. S. Army Air Corps, so the Army maintains the records of airmen killed during this conflict.
www.WWIImemorial.com is a great website if someone is looking for a WWII veteran. All KIA & MISs have already been added to the site registry and a search can be done. If you know someone who was in WWII and you cannot fine their name listed they can be added. The process for doing that is available on the website. This site has links available to the National Archives and the ABMC (mentioned above) as well. The National Archives is also a valuable resource to anyone doing any research on a veteran.
The Bachelor of Social Work Education Program at Adrian College.Students completing this program receive the BSW degree required for licensure as a social worker in many of the states of the U.S.
ADMTEI provides graduate, undergraduate and non-degree courses in early childhood for AMS Montessori Teacher Certification.
Operation Education offers a disabled American veteran, who was injured during combat in Afghanistan or Iraq post Sept. 11, 2001, a full scholarship toward earning his or her college degree. To apply: http://www.adrian.edu/apply/operation_edu.pdf
Visit our website: http://grad.adrian.edu/athletic-training.php
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The Department of Art and Design is located in the Mahan Center on Adrian College Campus in Adrian, Michigan.
The mission of the LISD TECH Center is to provide, through Partnerships, the best life-long, learner-centered education; and, by using applied Technology, continue to be a leader in preparing learners for a changing world.
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