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President, Logan Holland

President, Logan HollandMy name is Logan Holland, President of the Criminal Justice Society. This is my first year as president. I will graduate in December 2010 with an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice along with two certificates and an Institutional Award. I plan to transfer to Lamar University to pursue my Bachelor of Science in Criminal justice with a Minor in Political Science. I plan to continue onto to Law School to study Criminal Law with goals of becoming a prosecutor.

I joined the society to further myself in the criminal justice field and to help within the community and college. The society is dedicated to the development of leadership, funding of the scholarship and creating a fellowship for the current and future members. I encourage any student to come to our meetings and see the society first hand.

Vice-President, Taylor Allison

Vice-President, Taylor AllisonMy name is Taylor Allison. I am the Vice President of the Criminal Justice Society. My major in Criminal Justice and I will graduate in May 2010. I plan to continue my education at Lamar University upon graduation from LSCO. I am very interested in the criminal justice field and upon finishing my education I plan to go into Correction to work my way to the position of Warden.

I have enjoyed my time in the Criminal Justice Society and would strongly encourage anyone interested in this field to join. It is a great way to meet others with similar interest as well as build on a foundation to help pave your way to a bright future.

Secretary, Craig Murphy

Secretary, Craig MurphyHello, my name is Craig Murphy and I am the Secretary of the Criminal Justice Society. I am working on my associate degree in criminal justice here at LSCO and plan to continue on to complete my Bachelor Degree. I plan to continue to law school to become an attorney and/or possibly a judge.

I joined the society to help further myself in the field by gaining knowledge and contacts as well. I also wanted to help out in the community and this was a great way to accomplish these goals. I enjoy my time in the society and it has been a great investment for me and my future.

Treasurer, Joey Williamson

Treasurer, Joey WilliamsonHello, my name is Joey Williamson and I am the Treasurer for the society. I will graduate in May 2010 with a Criminal Justice Certificate, Corrections Certificate and an Institutional Award in Forensic Science. My goal is to pursue a career as a dispatcher or with within the Orange County Crime Lab.

I encourage anyone who has ever been interested in Criminal Justice to participate in the program at LSCO. Our director Dr. Coratti is an excellent teacher and will help educate you on virtually every aspect of the Criminal Justice System. The Criminal Justice society is a great way to get involved in the community. We help with Cops and Kids and Blue Santa with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office. I urge you to get involved in the program as I know you will be enriched by the program and it enjoy it as much as I have.

Historian/Web Coordinator, Alicia Francios

Historian/Web Coordinator, Alicia FranciosMy name is Alicia Francios. I am the Historian and Web Coordinator for the society. I am majoring in Criminal Justice and Forensic Science and I will graduate in May 2010. My goal is to seek employment with the FBI department in Lark Charles. I am very excited about this field of work and what it has to offer. I would encourage anyone interested in a career in the criminal justice field to join the society. Not only is it a way to be involved in the community, but it is also a lot of fun.

Student Government Representative, Cody Ballard

Cody Ballard My name is Cody Ballard. I am the Student Government Representative for the Criminal Justice Society. I am majoring in Criminal Justice and plan to continue my education at John Jay University upon graduating from LSCO. I plan on going into law enforcement to work my way to become a Homicide Detective.

One of the most important things you have when pursuing a career in Criminal Justice is your reputation which is why I recommend joining the society. By becoming a member of the Criminal Justice Society it will help you gain the reputation you need in becoming successful in the Criminal Justice field.

Mediator Officer, Justin Holt

Mediator Officer, Justin HoltMy name is Justin Holt and I am the Mediator Officer for the Criminal Justice Society. I will graduate with my AS Degree in Criminal Justice, Certificate in Corrections and the Forensic Science Institutional Award in May 2010. I plan to continue my education with a Bachelors degree, and then to Law School. The Criminal Justice Society is a way to meet others with similar interest as well as contribute to the community through programs like Blue Santa with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.

I strongly encourage anyone interested in any aspect of the criminal justice field to participate in Dr. Coratti’s program here at LSCO. With a correlation of academic and hands on experience, this program is truly an asset to anyone going into the workforce. This is a great place to start making contacts that can last a lifetime.