News: CCP celebrates Law and Society Week with CrimeSpotters event for students

Jasmine Ferrell, Davida Samura, Jahmane Croxton, and Tahrajae Smith recently participated in the CrimeSpotters event as part of the Community College of Philadelphia’s 20th Anniversary of Law and Society Week. Designed to create an experience featuring various facets of law-related careers at the College, students were introduced to a demonstration of real-life examples of how geospatial technologies were successfully used to aid law enforcement in providing evidence that was used to convict individuals.

Led by Deirdre Garrity-Benjamin, Assistant Professor of Social Science and Geographic Information Systems Program Coordinator, Jasmine, Davida, Jahmane, and Tahrajae enjoyed a brief tour of CCP’s campus, given the opportunity to use their critical thinking skills to solve a hypothetical crime while visiting the Social Science and Justice Career Fair.

Paul Musumba

By Paul Musumba

Paul Musumba has been an organic chemistry instructor for CHAD Phila since December of 2017. Prior to his stint at CHAD, he was a chemistry teacher at Delaware Valley Charter High School in Philadelphia. He received a B.S. in Biology and Organic Chemistry from Drexel University in 2010, and a masters degree in Chemistry and Computer Science with Teaching, Organic and computational Chemistry from Temple University in 2016. You can read more about Paul's experience and publications on his LinkedIn profile here:

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