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Senior Leadership & Future Studies Research Papers

The Senior Leadership Program and the Executive Future Studies Program require participants to design and complete an independent research project. Carefully monitored at all stages from the initial proposal to the formal presentation of results, these research projects demonstrate competence in research skills and depth of knowledge in subjects of interest to criminal justice professionals. In addition to being published on this site, many of these papers are also presented at professional meetings and appear in professional journals and other periodical literature.

These programs require a significant commitment of time and effort from individual participants as well as a substantial commitment from their organizations. Graduates of the Senior Leadership Program have every reason to be proud of their individual accomplishments and their contribution to the various professions that make up the criminal justice system.
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