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Anchorage police chief named diversity, inclusion officer at Providence Alaska

 |  Alaska News Source  | 

Providence Alaska announced that Anchorage Chief of Police Kenneth McCoy has been named as its first region chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer. McCoy is an alumnus of the UAA College of Health Justice Center.

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Justice alumnus Alexander Choi graduates from APD 21-1 Police Academy

 |  Anchorage Police Department  | 

When alumnus Alexander Choi graduated from the Justice Center with a BA in Justice in Fall 2020, we asked him what's next. Short and sweet, he said, "Joining the Anchorage Police Department."

Mark Turberville gestures at a presentation during his internship experience with the Anchorage Municipal Prosecutor's Office Read More

From my view: Behind the scenes at a paralegal internship

 |  Henry Randolph  | 

Mark Turberville was one of the first UAA Justice Center paralegal interns ever to work at the Anchorage Municipal Prosecutor’s Office. Using what he learned in his classes, he quickly proved that a good paralegal can be indispensable.

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Alumna April Stone: Up For Every Challenge

 |  Melissa Green  |  ,

We sat down to talk with UAA Justice Center alumna April Stone about what it’s like to be a nontraditional student pursuing a law career.

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I AM UAA: Kimberly Russell

 |  Green & Gold  |  , ,

Kimberly Russell was raised in Anchorage and is a 2008 UAA Justice graduate who currently works at McLaughlin Youth Center as a Social Services Associate II.