Puerto Rico hosts first international conference on criminal justice

Hernández, Gina M.
June 2008
Caribbean Business;6/19/2008, Vol. 36 Issue 24, p56
Information about several topics discussed at a conference sponsored by New York-based John Jay College of Criminal Justice on the latest research on criminal justice issues is presented. Topics include on human rights, corruption, gender discrimination and drug trafficking. Furthermore, prominent civic leaders and government officials from Chile, India and Australia also visited the said event.


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