The Institute

Institute of Global Security & Comparative Justice Systems

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The goal of the Institute is to provide faculty, academics, practitioners, professionals, community members, undergraduate students and graduate students the opportunity to expand their knowledge and understanding of the global community with emphasis on global security and comparative justice systems. It is clear knowledge and understanding of global security issues and international justice systems is especially important to our students and communities. The opportunity to gain a view of the international community is especially important for our students who are first generation college and graduate students.

Northeastern State University faculty members are committed to and invested in comparative criminal justice examination.

Dr. Ray Hasselman Jerusalem

Dr. Ray Hasselman in Jerusalem

Dr. Nicole Lasky Dubrovnik Croatia637357044205644645

Dr. Nicole Lasky in Croatia

Dr. Jennifer Edwards London

Dr. Jennifer Edwards in London

Dr. Mike Wilds Brazil 91420

Dr. Mike Wilds in Brazil

 

Upcoming Events

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2020 Pandemic in Northeast Oklahoma: A six month retrospective

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Upcoming September 25th:

2020 Pandemic in northeast Oklahoma: A six-month retrospective on government policy

The panel for this webinar includes:

Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin, Jr., Cherokee Nation

Deputy Mayor Amy Brown,  City of Tulsa

Commissioner Karen Keith, Tulsa County Board of Commissioners

Mayor Sue Catron, City of Tahlequah

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Contact Info

Dr. Ray Hasselman, Coordinator
(918) 449-6545

Dr. John Clark, Chair of Criminology, Justice Studies and Global Security