Alpha Kappa Delta Inductees
A 1981 UNCP alumnus recently established the Officer Davina
Buff Jones Memorial Awards in UNCP’s Department of Sociology and
Criminal Justice. The purpose of the award is to remember Officer Dee
Jones of the Bald Head Island (N.C.) Police Dept., who died of a gunshot
wound while on duty serving the citizens of the island on Oct. 22, 1999.
She was a spirited and dedicated police woman who had been in law enforcement
for just under a year at the time of her death at age 33. Any police officer
who gives the ultimate sacrifice should be recognized and remembered by
those he/she chose to serve. She graduated with a Basic Law Enforcement
Training degree from Cape Fear Community College in 1998.
Candidates for this award are required to submit a 250-500 word essay to the chair of the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice as to why Davina Buff Jones should be remembered. Two essays shall be chosen from those submitted by the candidates to determine the recipients of this award. The recipient with the highest QPA shall receive $600.00 and recipient in second place shall receive $400.00.
Students interested may use the following book as a resource: Out With Three: The Murder and Betrayal of Bald Head Island Police Officer Davina Buff Jones. Dr. Mario Paparozzi has three copies of the book. If students are interested in this wonderful opportunity, please stop by the department office (SH 201) and arrange to borrow the book. Students will only be permitted to keep the book for seven days. This will make it possible for other students to participate.
Following are pictures of Dr. Paparozzi, UNCP Student Jesse Moore, a Deemster from the Isle of Man, and the Minister of Home Affairs
Dr. Paparozzi delivering the closing address at a conference for the Correctional Service of Canada - Spring 2009
Dr. Robinson's class in Mexico - Summer 2008
Dr. Robinson’s class at the Fuente de la Vida (Fountain of Life) on the Gran Plaza in Monterrey, Mexico.
Dr. Paparozzi in Singapore - Summer 2008
From left to right: Ng Joo Hee, Director, Singapore Prison Service; Mr. K. Shanmugam, Member of Parliament, Singapore, Minister for Law and Second Minister for Home Affairs; Khristina Matthews, UNCP Student; Mario Paparozzi, Professor and Chair, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice.
Dr. Spivey and students in Europe - Summer 2008
Members of the Criminal Justice Club on their trip to the State Bureau of Investigation's Crime Lab. Professor Godsey reports that our students asked intelligent and insightful questions of the presenters and had an enjoyable trip.
Members of the Criminal Justice Club visit the United States District Court in November 2012. The picture was taken in the office of the District Court judge (pictured below).
Dr. Roger Guy, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice with a copy of his book, From Diversity to Unity: Southern And Appalachian Migrants in Chicago, 1950-1970 published in 2007.
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