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Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting
As a registered attendee, you can expect a wide range of session topics, social events, and interaction with educators and practitioners from around the country.
Among other highlights at the meeting, several members will be honored during the Awards ceremony, researchers will showcase important findings, and information sharing/gathering will be at an all-time high.