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Patrick Kelland of Shrewsbury excels at Criminal Justice Association national conference

Shrewsbury – Patrick Kelland of Shrewsbury was one of the students in the University of New Haven's chapter of the American Criminal Justice Association who brought home 16 awards at the ACJA national conference held last month in Cincinnati.

The event was attended by 375 people and included workshops, academic competitions, presentations, crime scene competitions, guest speakers, firearms competitions, and job fairs.

Kelland, a senior majoring in criminal justice, took 3rd place in LAE knowledge/upper division and 2nd place in crime scene/upper division.

The University of New Haven is a private, top-tier comprehensive institution recognized as a national leader in experiential education.

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