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Graduates

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2015

Pamela Flemming
Thesis: Teen Empowerment's Youth/Police Dialogues: The Bridge to Improving Police and Youth Relations
Upon graduation Pamela was working as a Tax Resolution Specialist. 

Pierce Hamilton
Thesis: Communicating through Distraction: A Study of Deaf Drivers and Their Communication Style in a Driving Environment
Upon graduation Pierce was working as a Special Agent for Federal Investigative Services.

Alysia Mason
Thesis: Continuity and Change in the History of Police Technology: The Case of Contemporary Crime Analysis
Upon graduation Alysia was working in the RIT Center for Public Safety Initiatives as a Research Assistant. 

Peter Tran
Thesis: Utilizing Crime Analysis to Evaluate Criminal Justice Initiatives
Upon graduation Peter was working as a Detective Investigator for the New York County District Attorney's Office.

Taylor Vogt
Thesis: Exploring Negative Sexual Experiences, Attitudes, and Behaviors by Auditory Status
Upon graduation Taylor was working as the Assistant to the Director for International Operations at the NYS Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (DOCCS). 

2014

Pedro Vazquez Gonzalez
Thesis: An Overview of the Rochester Drug Free Streets Initiative: A Developing Strategy that Addresses the Open-Air Marijuana Market Located in the Conkey & Clifford Neighborhood
Upon graduation Pedro was working at the Center for Youth as a Transitional Living Coordinator. 

2011

Brittany Archambeau
Thesis: Factors that Contribute to Success of Probationers: Probation Officers' Point of View
Upon graduation Brittany was working as an Offender Rehabilitation Coordinator at the Groveland Correctional Facility.

Michelle J. Comeau
Thesis: Representation and Recruitment: A Three-Part Analysis of the Police Hiring Process Within New York State
Upon graduation Michelle went on to pursue her Ph.D. in Criminal Justice at Northeastern University.

Gregory M. Drake
Thesis: Project TIPS: A Review of Rochester's Law Enforcement-Community Collaborative
Upon graduation Greg went on to pursue his Ph.D. in Criminal Justice at Michigan State University.

Christian W. Isaac
Thesis: Restorative Justice in Schools: An Examination of Peace Circles Within Monroe High School
Upon graduation Christian was working in the technical support division at The CBORD Group in Ithaca, NY.