For immediate release
April 7, 2006
Contact: Jacquie Lucy
CCBC School of Justice Hosts Third Annual Justice Month
events will be held through April 26
Baltimore County, Md. – In an effort to highlight important
social issues of safe driving, juvenile delinquency as well as the many
exciting career options in criminal justice and legal studies, the
School of Justice at The Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) is
holding its third annual Justice Month. Justice Month 2006 programs and
events are free and open to the public. For additional information, call
Upcoming Justice Month 2006 programs include:
Wednesday, April 19 CCBC Essex – 7201 Rossville Blvd
Juvenile Delinquency – Crime and Consequences
1- 2:30 p.m., Room 220
– Building N
Baltimore County Police Officer and CCBC
School of Justice adjunct professor George Mussini will present a
riveting discussion on gang activity and raising crime rates among
children under 18 years of age and their social consequences to our
Thursday, April 20 CCBC Dundalk – 7200 Sollers Point Road
Safe Driving Seminar and Kramer Drunk Driving Simulator
9-11 a.m., Theatre
– Building K
9 a.m. – Beverly Dearing from the Shock Trauma
Center at University of Maryland Medical System will discuss what
happens when you enter the Shock Trauma Center as a patient after a near
10 a.m. – Dr. R. L. Wright, retired Baltimore City
Police Officer, author of the book Street Smart, and owner/operator of
the Alpha program in Dundalk will bring Alpha program participants who
will discuss their experiences with alcohol abuse.
11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Dance Studio – Building K
The Kramer Entertainment – Drunk
Driving Simulator will be available so that you can experience the loss
of control while driving under the influence. A Seat Belt Simulator from
the Maryland State Police will also be available.
Wednesday, April 26 CCBC Dundalk – 7200 Sollers Point Road
Legal and Criminal Justice Professional Panel
6:30 – 8:30 p.m., Room 100 –
This program will explore career options in the legal
and criminal justice fields. Practicing professionals will discuss the
paths that brought them to their careers in the legal and criminal
justice fields. This program is a must for anyone interested in a career
in the legal and criminal justice fields.
Justice Month 2006 programs and events are free and open to the public.
For additional information, call 443-840-3740.