Monday, November 11, 2013

Privacy Rights vs Public Safety Lecture



First Year Experience (FYE) is sponsoring a faculty lecture to continue the conversation begun by Lucinda Roy's book, No Right to Remain Silent about campus safety, privacy rights, and public policy. Theresa Willey, from the Department of Criminal Justice and Sociology, will deliver "Privacy Rights vs. Public Safety: Has Society Prepared the Crime for the Criminal to Commit?" Her presentation will be on Tuesday, November 12, at 12:30 p.m., in the Simon Schwob Library forum area. Refreshments will be provided starting at 12 noon. Please see flyer below for more information:


Continuing the conversation …
First Year Experience© presents

Privacy Rights
vs
Public Safety:
Has Society Prepared the Crime for the Criminal to Commit?




Professor Theresa Willey
Department of Criminal Justice & Sociology
                                                
Tuesday, November 12
12:30  CSU Library
Light refreshments at noon       
Free and open to the public
  




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