Lambda Alpha Epsilon Chapter Members Attend Regional Conference

Members of Truman’s Chi chapter of Lambda Alpha Epsilon, a criminal justice academic fraternity, attended the American Criminal Justice Association’s 2007 Regional Conference in Liberal, Kan., during the weekend of Oct. 26-28.
Chapter members won several individual awards for their performance. Nick Zotos, a junior justice systems major from Chesterfield, Mo., won the first place upper division Police Management & Operations award as well as the third place upper division Criminal Law award. Jacob Shroyer, a senior justice systems major from Booneville, Mo., won the third place upper division Corrections award. Chapter faculty adviser Joe Nedelec won the first place professional division Corrections award and first place in the 26-35-year-old physical agility competition.
The conference brings together criminal justice students and professionals from across the Midwestern region to compete in areas such as academic testing, firearms proficiency, physical agility, and crime scene investigation. The Chi chapter will be hosting the 2008 Regional Conference in Kirksville and is actively seeking interested members and volunteers to assist with the conference. For more information, contact Nedelec at or chapter president Zotos at
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