Eddie Yell

Eddie Yell worked for the 23rd Judicial Circuit in Huntsville before changing careers to aviation. Since that time he has flight instructed, flown for a regional airline, and operated corporate jet aircraft for several companies, and he currently serve as the aviation department manager for Boyd Bros Transportation, a nationwide trucking company based in Birmingham, AL. Eddie […]

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Veronica Johnson

Criminal Justice alumna Veronica Johnson works as a Juvenile Probation Officer in Birmingham, Alabama and an Adjunct Instructor at Miles College.

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Christian Nappo

Christian Nappo earned a graduate degree in Criminal Justice at the University of Alabama in 2000. He completed a Master of Arts in Library and Information Science at the University of South Florida in 2011 and a Master of Arts in History from the University of Nebraska-Kearney in 2014.  He works for the School District of […]

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Mason Wallace

Mason Wallace graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice in 2012 and a Masters in 2013. After college, he began work as a Juvenile Probation Officer in Tuscaloosa County. He left Juvenile Court in June 2015 to become an Investigator at the Tuscaloosa County Public Defender’s Office. His main role as Investigator is locating and interviewing […]

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Derrick Traverzo

Derrick Traverzo is a 2005 graduate of the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Alabama. Upon graduation he was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Air Force as a Security Forces Officer. After his term of service with the Air Force was completed, he worked as a Criminal Investigator with […]

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Susan Penrod

Susan Penrod started at UA in 2007.  By the first semester of her sophomore year, she started to get involved with the Criminal Justice Student Association, working with faculty to set up guest speakers and activities.   By my second year in the department, I was in charge of the CJSA.  While managing CJSA, I […]

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Ken Fetzer

Ken Fetzer enrolled at the University of Alabama as a Criminal Justice major in 1988.  He attributes his success to his active involvement in the Criminal Justice Student Association while studying for his undergraduate degree.   “Through my participation in CJSA, I was one of the first employees of the University of Alabama Escort Service, […]

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Michele Bishop

Michele Bishop became a Criminal Justice major in 1994.  While in the department, Michele was involved with the Criminal Justice Student Association, Alpha Phi Sigma, the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, and Epsilon Sigma Alpha.   “While working on my undergraduate degree, the Criminal Justice Department helped me with enrollment in two internship programs.  One […]

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