hcc 300HOPKINSVILLE, KY. (10/31/13) – Late Tuesday afternoon, the American Criminal Justice Association, which has 257 ACTIVE subordinate chapters throughout the United States announced that Pi Gamma Epsilon Chapter, the Hopkinsville Community College chapter will host its national conference in 2015.

Greg Bridgeman, the faculty advisor for the group expressed excitement that the local organization will play such a prominent role in the coming conference. “Our group of students continues to garner national recognition across a range of competitive activities associated with ACJA, and we are honored to host our colleagues for the national meeting in 2015, and the regional meeting this weekend,” stated Bridgeman.
 
Coming this weekend, however, Pi Gamma Epsilon will host the 2013 Region 5 Business Meeting, which will bring in participants from Mississippi, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee and Kentucky to Hopkinsville. On Saturday, November 2 on the HCC Campus, the group will conduct new officer elections and plan for the national meeting. Running for the American Criminal Justice Association Region 5 student representative is HCC student Christina Fouse. Bridgeman will be running for the position of ACJA Region 5 President.

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Information provided by Rena Young, Hopkinsville Community College

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