Raleigh, NC, August 27, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Melissa Essary, dean of the Campbell University Norman A. Wiggins School of Law (http://law.campbell.edu), has announced that Professor Jon Powell has been appointed to the juvenile planning committee of the Governor’s crime commission. As a committee member, Powell will be responsible for advising Gov. Bev Perdue on all issues of juvenile crime across the state as well as determining where federal dollars should go to sponsor programs to address these issues. Powell was recommended to the governor for the committee by Linda Hayes, secretary of the N.C. Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. Powell is the director of the Juvenile Justice Project at the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law.
“We are proud to have Professor Jon Powell appointed to serve on the juvenile planning committee for the Governor’s Crime Commission,” said Essary. “Through his works with such causes as the Juvenile Justice Project, he is an exemplary ambassador for our school locally and even globally in the restorative justice movement.”
“I am honored to have received this appointment from Governor Perdue,” said Powell. “I’m excited to move forward working with the crime committee on juvenile justice issues.”
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