The School of Criminal Justice graduates take the knowledge they've learned within their programs and apply it to their desired careers. We acknowledge our alumni for their efforts and hope it continues to inspire our current and prospective students.
Newly elected Hamilton County Sheriff, Charmaine McGuffey, graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from CECH in 1988. She recently participated in a Lunch-n-Learn for Women's History Month through our Be Historic campaign and discussed her journey throughout her career, overlooked entry-level jobs for new college graduates, other careers within criminal justice, and the importance of working hard.
Congratulations to our alumni on their accomplishments!
Theresa Ervin Conover, Ph.D. (2009), was promoted to Associate Professor in the Dept. of Justice and Community Studies at Miami University, Oxford, OH. (2/18)
Elaine Gunnison, Ph.D. (2001), was promoted to Full Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at Seattle University. (3/16)
Emily Salisbury, Ph.D. (2007), Associate Professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and Editor of Criminal Justice and Behavior. (Rev. 8/14)
Dr. Kevin Buckler, Ph.D. (2004), has accepted a position with Prairie View A & M University, effective immediately. (1/14)
Dr. Victoria Beck, Ph.D. (2002), was promoted to Full Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh. (1/14)
Glenn Reams, MS (2009), Deputy, Lancaster County Sheriff's Office, Professional Standards Dept., S. Carolina, promoted to Polygraph Examiner. (10/16)
Michael John, MS (2012), Since graduating in 2012, Mike was promoted to Police Captain in the City of Cincinnati in 2014. He served as the District One Commander from January 2014 to October 2015, when he was reassigned to the Special Services Section. Mike was promoted to Assistant Chief in February 2016, and appointed as the Investigations Bureau Commander. (2/16)
Adam Calderon, MS (2008), promoted to Assistant Chief, U.S. Border Patrial, Foreign Operations Division, Washington, DC. Also received acceptance into the US Marine Corps' Command and Staff College and will pursue an MS in Strategic Studies degree. Also holds an MS degree in International Security from the University of Arizona. (4/16)
Samantha Leach, MS (2015), recently promoted to Forensic Scientist, Department of Forensic Sciences, Crime Scene Sciences Unit, Washington, DC. (11/15)
Ruslana Sirman, MS (2002), Child Protection Specialist, UNICEF Ukraine. Previously: Child protection case management, quality assurance, policy development and program evaluation at the Hamilton Co. Children's Services, and later at the Arkansas Dept for Family and Children's Services. Moved to Ukraine to work for UNICEF; responsible for oversight and implementation of the UNICEF County Office Juvenile Justice Program. (6/15)
Elizabeth Davis, MS (2013), Currently work on her Ph.D., Criminal Justice: Law and Policy at Walden University.
Terrence Harrison, MS (2012), Program Manager, University of Cincinnati, AESS Office of Veterans Programs and Services. (3/15)
Trina Sexton, MS (2014), Correctional Counselor Supervisor, Connecticut Dept of Correction, Programs and Treatment Unit. (3/15)
Keely Weschler, MS (2013), Mayoral Assistant, City of Erie, PA. (3/15)
Ursula Lande, MS (2010), Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice & Homeland Security, and Department Chair, Social and Behavioral Sciences/Justice Studies at Georgia Military College, Milledgeville, GA. (2/15)
Dustin Bovee, MS (2011), Police Officer, Grand Junction Police Dept., Colorado. I was recently asked to work on the Honmeless Outreach Team, which gave me the chance to work with a population that suffers from mental illness and substance abuse issues. I look forward to creating working relationships that will hopefully aid in helping this unfortunate population. (2/15)
Patricia Daniels-Bruders, MS (2009), Court Services Officer Specialist, State of Kansas 10th Judicial District, Johnson County, KS; an American Probation and Parole Association Regional Representative, Region 11 - KS, MO, AR, OK; a newly created Court Services Officer Specialist for evidence based practices implementation and outcome measures. (2/15)
Kenneth Anderson, MS (2012), Detective, Camden County Prosecutor's Office, Juvenile Unit, New Jersey. I recently joined the NJ Air National Guard and am currently completing my last semester of graduate studies at John Jay College National Online MPA Program. (2/15)
Michael Bolden, BS (1980), Senior Training Officer, Fulton County Clerk of Superior and Magistrate Court, Admin/Training-Development, Atlanta, GA. (11/16)
Deon Cromwell, BS (2010), Federal Law Enforcement Officer, Federal Reserve System, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, OH. (2/16)