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Montgomery College Students Attend and Present at the Maryland Consortium of Criminal Justice College Educators Conference

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Published: Nov 9 2018 12:00AM

Four Montgomery College students attended the Maryland Consortium of Criminal Justice College Educators Conference on Friday, November 2, in Sykesville, Maryland. The program hosted a professional panel that included a combined 130 years of criminal justice experience. The panel included Edward Jackson, Inspector General, Constitutional Policing, Baltimore Police Department (Retired Lt. Colonel, BPD); Betsy Tolentino, Director of Legislative and Policy, Maryland Department of Juvenile Services; Joseph Clocker, Director, Maryland Division of Parole and Probation; J. Thomas Manger, Chief of Police, Montgomery County Police Department; and Mary Murphy, Deputy State's Attorney, Howard County.

In addition to the professional panel, students had the opportunity to meet individually with recruiters from multiple criminal justice agencies. Andy Castillo, a current Montgomery College criminal justice student, presented at the conference on how the MILO use-of-force simulator can be used to change the perceptions of students in regards to police use of force.

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