Laura Hahn | Towson University


Lecturer, Internship Coordinator (Criminal Justice)

Education

M.A., Criminal Justice,
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 2000
B.S., Interdisciplinary Studies,
Towson University, 1997

Areas of Expertise

Correctional Administration
Inmate Issues and Programming
Reintegration Policy and Process
Technology in Criminal Justice
Investment in Education and Social Service Programs to Reduce Early Criminality
Juveniles in the Adult Criminal Justice System
Juvenile Diversion Programs

Biography

Laura Hahn joined the Dept. of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice at Towson
in August, 2009 as a Lecturer and the Internship Coordinator for the Criminal Justice
concentration. She previously worked with the Maryland Department of Public Safety
and Correctional Services and the Department of Juvenile Services. She received her
Masters degree in Correctional Administration from the John Jay College of Criminal
Justice. Her research interests include educational and social program and policy
changes to reduce early and continued criminality. Juveniles in the adult prison system,
institutional inmate issues, education and community reentry and aftercare programming.

 


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