The Criminal Justice Department at Lock Haven University and the Lock Haven Police Department plan to conduct a survey of police services in the City of Lock Haven this fall.
The Lock Haven University Criminal Justice Department has regularly offered the elective course, Women and Crime, typically each spring since 2013.
On Dec. 2, faculty and students from the Lock Haven University Criminal Justice Department hosted a virtual presentation on internships and employment opportunities with Abraxas Youth and Family Services. Abraxas is a national leader in providing residential, community based and in-home services for youth, adults and families.
Throughout the fall semester, many Lock Haven University faculty have needed to adjust the way they teach their classes.
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