College of Business and Public Affairs
624 South High Street
West Chester, PA 19383
Name: Michelle L. Patrick, Ph.D.
Name: Monica Zimmerman, PhD, CPA
Position: Associate Dean (Interim)
Name: Dorothy Ives Dewey, Ph.D.
Position: Special Assistant to the Dean for Student Issues
Name: Deborah Axsom
Position: Executive Assistant to the Dean
Name: Cindy Cheyney
Position: Business Manager
Name: Ruth Flanagan
Position: Receptionist and Assistant for the Associate Dean
The Department of Criminal Justice explored the origins of this country's legal system in London.
Dr. Mary Brewster (Criminal Justice), Dr. Sami Abdel-Salam (Criminal Justice) and 21 students spent their spring break in London as part of their Topical Seminar on the Roots of the American Criminal Justice System. While in London, the group had the opportunity to: attend court at the Old Bailey and Royal Courts of Justice; learn from police officers, drug treatment providers, substance abuse prevention program advocates, domestic violence victim advocates, and probation officers; tour the Houses of Parliament, Inns of Court, and Royal Courts of Justice with an attorney; visit the Metropolitan Police Heritage Center; and tour the Tower of London. These and other activities informed the group about some of the origins of the American criminal justice system. Additionally, faculty and students alike networked with London-based criminal justice professionals.