Justice & Safety

Lecture Contrasts Domestic Violence Laws in Saudi Arabia, U.S.

In recognition of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Justice and Safety has invited Abdulrahman Alothman, law professor at the Higher Judicial Institute, Imam University in Saudi Arabia, to present a comparison of newly enacted domestic violence laws in Saudi Arabia with laws in the United States.

Senior Seth Henderson Selected for White House Internship

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The White House has taken on a maroon hue this spring.

Seth Henderson, Berea, a senior political science and criminal justice major at Eastern Kentucky University, was selected to serve a 14-week internship in the White House Office of Presidential Correspondence.

Professor Receives Honor From University in Slovenia

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Dr. Chuck Fields, a professor in the School of Justice Studies at Eastern Kentucky University, will be awarded the title of “Honorary Senator” by the University of Maribor in Slovenia for his significant contributions to the development of research at the institution.

Professor's New Book Looks at Change in Rural Kentucky Communities

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While some people listen to books while driving a car, an Eastern Kentucky University professor’s commute inspired him to create one.

Dr. Kenneth Tunnell, professor of Criminal Justice and Police Studies,  is the author of “Once Upon a Place: The Fading of Community in Rural Kentucky,” which looks at the changes rural communities are undergoing.