JACKSONVILLE -- September 19, 2002 -- Jacksonville State University’s Lambda Alpha Epsilon and Alpha Phi Sigma are co-sponsoring several seminars this
semester through the Department of Criminal Justice. JSU students attending these seminars will receive 1 credit hour.
The fall 2002 line-up includes:
The cost of the seminars is $40. Students receiving credit will be charged by the University for 1 credit hour unless they
are currently taking between 12 and 14 credit hours.
On September 21, the seminar will be on “The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms” presented by Senior
Inspector Tim Mawhinney.
- October 5th’s seminar will be on Law Enforcement K-9’s.
- On October 26, the seminar will be Satanic Tourism presented by Dr. Gordon Crews.
- November 9th, the seminar will be Minority/Women Serial Killers and Mass Murderers.
- The final seminar will be on November 23rd and will discuss the topic of Forensic Pathology.