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Criminal Justice: Faculty

Joseph Mecca

Lecturer in Criminal Justice and Sociology
jmecca@marywood.edu

Education:

1977 - Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice and Sociology - King's College (Wilkes Barre)
1998 - Master of Science Degree in Criminology - Florida State University


1978 - 2013 - Employed by Lackawanna County Adult Probation and Parole Dept.
1978 - 1999 - Probation/Parole Officer
1999 - 2008 - Assistant Director
         2009  -  Acting Director
2010-3/2013 - Director
 
I have taught Criminal Justice Courses and now Sociology.  I did do a Masters paper on the history of Lackawanna County Adult Probation Dept., which is on file in the Scranton Historical Society records.

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For more information, contact Dr. Patrick Seffrin at seffrin@marywood.edu or (570) 348-6211 x2242
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