There was a great turnout and warm, sunny weather at the CCJS tent at this year’s Maryland Day! Graduate student research and Students Ending Slavery were featured.
Graduate students Deanna Devlin and Nicole Frisch’s work was featured – “Deterrence or Detection: The Impact of Situational Crime Prevention Tactics on Drug/Alcohol Offenses in Schools.”
Students Ending Slavery is a student-run anti-human trafficking organization on campus that works to mobilize students and the public to become modern-day abolitionists. They aim to create a campus and world where people are educated about human trafficking and actively intervene to achieve the actualization of a world free of slavery.
Hope Cards were created and will be given to a local non-profit to be displayed. The purpose of the cards is to provide encouragement to sex trafficking victims.
A special thank you to Lauren Grant for coordinating and organizing the events for the CCJS Tent. Additionally, a big thank you to our volunteers Jean McGLoin, Laure Brooks, Teddy Wilson, Abby Rosenberg, Emily Haase, and the Students Ending Slavery representatives.