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Study Abroad in London

 

Dr. Melanie-Angela Neuilly.
Dr. Melanie-Angela Neuilly

Dr. Melanie-Angela Neuilly brought a group of 11 students to London March 9–17 for the fifth iteration of Criminal Justice Study Abroad, the Department’s signature faculty-led study abroad program.

This year, students visited the usual sites (Tower of London; Westminster Abbey; Houses of Parliament; Coroner’s, Magistrates’, and Crown Courts; among others), but also experienced some new additions, such as Broadmoor Hospital, a high security psychiatric facility housing such patients as Michael Adebowale, the killer of soldier Lee Rigby, and Peter William Sutcliffe, the Yorkshire Ripper. It is, of course, also where Daniel M’Naghten, of M’Naghten Rules for insanity defense fame, was incarcerated in the 1840s. Also new this year was a visit with the Metropolitan Police Youth Cadets, an at-risk youth diversion program led by London’s main police force.

Joint Washington State University and University of Idaho Criminal Justice and Criminology Study Abroad program students pose alongside professors Melanie-Angela Neuilly, Brian Wolf, and Joseph DeAngelis in front of the Westminster Magistrates' Court after a program visit.
Joint Washington State University and University of Idaho Criminal Justice and Criminology Study Abroad program students pose alongside professors Melanie-Angela Neuilly, Brian Wolf, and Joseph DeAngelis in front of the Westminster Magistrates’ Court after a program visit.
Graduating Criminal Justice and Criminology major Emily Bartlett giving the thumbs up while wearing a Bobby's uniform during a visit with the Metropolitan Police Youth Cadets Program.
Graduating Criminal Justice and Criminology major Emily Bartlett giving the thumbs up while wearing a Bobby’s uniform during a visit with the Metropolitan Police Youth Cadets Program.
Criminal Justice and Criminolgy Study Abroad students packed in a morning London Underground car en route to a program visit.
Criminal Justice and Criminology Study Abroad students packed in a morning London Underground car en route to a program visit.
Junior Criminal Justice and Criminology major Manuel Ortiz-Rodriguez poses in a Metropolitan Police vest with an officer volunteer during a visit to the Metropolitan Police Youth Cadets Program.
Junior Criminal Justice and Criminology major Manuel Ortiz-Rodriguez poses in a Metropolitan Police vest with an officer volunteer during a visit to the Metropolitan Police Youth Cadets Program.
Graduating Criminal Justice and Criminology major Emily Bartlett, senior Criminal Justice and Criminology major Kaitlin Saythong, and graduating Criminal Justice and Criminology major Griffin Patrick wear Metropolitan Police uniforms during a visit with the Metropolitan Police Youth Cadets Program.
Graduating Criminal Justice and Criminology major Emily Bartlett, senior Criminal Justice and Criminology major Kaitlin Saythong, and graduating Criminal Justice and Criminology major Griffin Patrick wear Metropolitan Police uniforms during a visit with the Metropolitan Police Youth Cadets Program.
Joint Washington State University and University of Idaho Criminal Justice and Criminology Study Abroad program students and faculty pose with Andrew Harris, senior coroner at the Southwark Coroner’s Court in London’s Inner South District, after a visit and presentation.
Joint Washington State University and University of Idaho Criminal Justice and Criminology Study Abroad program students and faculty pose with Andrew Harris, senior coroner at the Southwark Coroner’s Court in London’s Inner South District, after a visit and presentation.
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