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CSU researchers participate in environmental criminology conference

October 1, 2012

CSU sociology professors and members of the department’s Center for the Study of Crime and Justice Tara Shelley and Mike Hogan were among 77 scholars from around the world participating in the inaugural “Environmental Crime and its Victims” conference in Delft, the Netherlands on Sept. 17 and 18. They were joined by former CSU sociology professor Paul Stretesky and former graduate student Mike Long.

Shelley gave a presentation on wildlife law enforcement in Florida. Long and Stretesky presented on the deterrent effects of EPA fines on industrial pollution.

Relevance of environmental issues

The overall goal of the conference –which organizers hope to make an annual event—was to call greater attention to the relevance of environmental issues to the discipline of criminology.


Contact: Michael Hogan
E-mail: michael.hogan@colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-5951