CRIMINAL JUSTICE SOCIETY NYC • Spring 2020

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Monday, February 1, 2021
12:00 PM
Gang Intelligence
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Meet Vincent Camera, a retired Captain of the gang intelligence division for the Westchester County Department of Correction and a national expert on gangs, terrorist groups and organized crime members.  He currently serves as a Deputy Sheriff for the Westchester County Department of Public safety.  Learn about the different types of gangs and how law enforcement is combatting gang-related activity to promote public safety.

Monday, February 22, 2021
4:30 PM
Brooklyn DA’s Office
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Kori Medow, the Assistant District Attorney for the Kings County District Attorney's Office, will discuss her role as a prosecutor.  The Kings County District Attorney’s Office serves the more than 2.5 million people of Brooklyn and is one of the largest prosecutors’ offices in the country.  It is under the leadership of DA Eric Gonzalez and contains specialized bureaus such as Homicide, the Special Victims Unit, Violent Criminal Enterprises (VCE), Domestic Violence, Civil Rights, Victim Services, Crime Strategies, and Investigations.

Monday, March 29, 2021
4:30PM
Pace Law - Prof. David Dorfman – Bail Reform.
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Prof. Dorfman, a former criminal defense trial attorney at the Legal Aid Society Criminal Defense Division in Brooklyn, NY, is a law Professor with Pace University.  He teaches and supervises the Criminal Justice Clinic, which represents indigent defendants charged with misdemeanor crimes in the County of the Bronx.  Prof. Dorfman will provide an overview on the new NYS bail reform laws.

Wednesday, April 7, 2021
4:30 PM
Chief, Affirmative Civil Enforcement, US Attorney’s Office, Eastern District
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John Vagelatos is a supervisory Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) with the federal litigation office representing the United States in three of the five boroughs of New York City – Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island – and both suburban counties on Long Island – Nassau and Suffolk.  They investigate, prosecute and deter violations of federal statutes, enforce and represent the interests of the United States in civil litigation, uphold civil, constitutional and victims’ rights, and foster partnerships with other federal, state and local government agencies and community groups.

Wednesday, April 21, 2021
4:30PM
Brian Evans – Self-Defense
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Dr. Evans is the Associate Dean and a Professor with the School of Education.  He is the former Assistant Provost for experiential learning and an Associate Professor of mathematics Education.  He also served as the coordinator for the Pace Path program and a faculty-in-residence.  Dr. Evans hold a black belt in karate and will teach students common moves they can utilize to protect themselves from a potential attacker.