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Graduates

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2011

Brittany Archambeau
Thesis: Factors that Contribute to Success of Probationers: Probation Officers' Point of View
Brittany is 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
Michelle is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Criminal Justice at Northeastern University.

Gregory M. Drake
Thesis: Project TIPS: A Review of Rochester's Law Enforcement-Community Collaborative
Greg is currently pursuing 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
Christian is currently working in the technical support division at The CBORD Group in Ithaca, NY. 

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
Pedro is currently working at the Center for Youth as a Transitional Living Coordinator.

2015

Pamela Flemming
Thesis: Teen Empowerment's Youth/Police Dialogues: The Bridge to Improving Police and Youth Relations
Pamela is currently a Tax Resolution Specialist. 

Pierce Hamilton
Thesis: Communicating through Distraction: A Study of Deaf Drivers and Their Communication Style in a Driving Environment
Pierce is 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
Alysia is currently working in the RIT Center for Public Safety Initiatives as a Research Assistant. 

Peter Tran
Thesis: Utilizing Crime Analysis to Evaluate Criminal Justice Initiatives
Peter is 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
Taylor is the Assistant to the Director for International Operations at the NYS Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (DOCCS).