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College of Behavioral and Community Sciences


Criminology adjunct instructor recognized by Florida Department of Corrections

Manley Jaquiss receives award from Florida Department of Corrections

Jaquiss receives the award from members of the Florida Deparment of Corrections.

Manley Jaquiss, MA, an adjunct instructor in the Department of Criminology, received the Regional Director’s Excellence Award from the Florida Department of Corrections. Jaquiss was recognized for playing an instrumental role in assisting in transforming the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit from copious amounts of paper to electronic transmissions from the various entities to the judiciary. Additionally, he was recognized for creating and being involved in the statewide electronic offender file formation.

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