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California School of Forensic Studies (CSFS) student Ryanne Colbert won a dissertation award from American Psychological Association Division 18, Psychologists in Public Service: Police and Public Safety Section. Her winning dissertation, chaired by Dr. Debbi Glaser, assistant professor, CSFS-LA, is entitled, “Exploring the Ability of Pre-employment Screening Measures to Identify Police Officers who Commit Crimes.” The award was presented to Colbert, a student on the LA campus, at the Police and Public Safety Mini-conference held on August 1, 2012, hosted by the Orlando, FL Police Department.

Congratulations Ryanne!

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