Prairie View Juvenile Justice Alumni, leaders in Juvenile Justice
The Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Section of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences exists to foster applied research toward policy development by bringing academics and juvenile justice practitioners together. Its nationally elected leadership has long included persons from the nation’s only doctoral program in Juvenile Justice that exists at Prairie View A&M University. The latest slate of officers however, represents a PV takeover.
From left to right: Executive Counselor, Dr. J. Renee Trombley, alumna 2012, now faculty at Claflin University; center; alumna Dr. Sherill- Morris-Francis, Vice Chair, alumna 2009, faculty at Mississippi Valley State University; Executive Counselor, Dr. Robin Jackson, Assistant Professor at Prairie View; Executive Counselor, Dr. Rochelle McGee-Cobbs, alumna 2015, former police chief, now faculty at Mississippi Valley State. Not pictured is section Chair, alumna 2013 Dr. Marika Dawkins, faculty University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley.