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December 01, 2016

Bureau of Justice Statistic's Victimization Unit Chief receives Young Career Award


Bureau of Justice Statistic's Victimization Unit Chief receives Young Career Award

The Bureau of Justice Statistics' (BJS) Victimization Unit Chief Lynn Langton received the 2016 White-Collar Crime Research Consortium (WCCRC) Young Career Award at the American Society of Criminology Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana.
 
This award recognizes outstanding contributions to scholarship on white-collar crime by persons early in their professional career. Select members of the WCCRC, which was founded by and is partially maintained by the White Collar Crime Center, choose recipients based on a single work or for a series of contributions.

 

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