Behind Closed Doors: Crime In Suburban America

Date/Time:          May 14-16, 2012               8am-5pm
Location: University of Central Florida Main Campus:To be determined. 
The Department of Criminal Justice and Legal Studies at the University of Central Florida and the UCF Division of Continuing Education announce a thought provoking, engaging three-day seminar (with a three-credit hour option) on Crime Trends In Suburban America.

This seminar will address police and investigatory response trends to problems encountered in suburbia throughout the United States.  Experts will deliver high-energy, relevant information about the following anticipated topics:
    -Drug Investigations
    -Sex crimes, erotic asphyxiation, pedophiles, etc.
    -Violent crime trends
    -Suicide Investigations
    -School Violence
    -Proactive measures to reduce crime

The seminar fee for this course is $200, CEUs and tuition are extra.  Students interested in the credit-hour option for this course should register for the appropriate UCF course via MyUCF: CJE 4352 section AM01, keycode 52019 (undergraduates); and CCJ 5931 section AM01, keycode 52020  (graduates) and pay appropriate tuition through the university.  Students register for this seminar at the Division of Continuing Education Website at, and look under *credit courses*.

For more information, contact Dr. Ross Wolf, Dept. of Criminal Justice and Legal Studies at the University of Central Florida, or (407) 823-2603.
**Students are reminded that in most circumstances only one three one-day seminar can be taken for credit.  If you have a question about your particular situation, please speak to an advisor!**  Students who are interested, however, can take additional one-day and three-day seminars without the credit option and still earn a certificate from the Division of Continuing Education for their participation.  If you are interested in this option, please sign up on the DCE site only, or ask Dr. Wolf for more information.