Identifying and Investigating International Crimes in Small Towns and Cities
Wednesday, June 16, 2021 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm
UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law
International crime penetrates society. Small police departments are a critical resource in combatting this type of organized criminal activity. Join veteran federal prosecutor Bob McDaniel for a presentation on the telltale signs of organized criminal activity and explore how to empower small police departments to tackle the large and present threats to their communities.
Attorney McDaniel will be joined by Professor Buzz Scherr, Chair of the online International Criminal Law & Justice (ICLJ) graduate program, who will discuss the value of an international criminal law degree.
UNH Franklin Pierce is a top 100 law school and the only ABA-accredited law school with a fully online graduate program in transnational crime. The program offers a global perspective on the most pressing issues in transnational crime, such as Drugs & Weapons Trafficking, Cybercrime, Human Trafficking, Piracy & Terrorism, and more.