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Lambda Alpha Epsilon-Zeta Rho Omega Chapter

Lambda Alpha Epsilon (LAE) is the professional fraternal name for the American Criminal Justice Association. The group aims to improve criminal justice learning through educational activities; create professionalism in law enforcement; promote academic and public awareness of criminal justice; and encourage high standards of conduct and training within the criminal justice field.
 
Johnson County Community College's chapter is Zeta Rho Omega. ZRO participates in criminal justice-related activities, volunteering in the community, competing in regional and national LAE conferences, and planning Criminal Justice Day which is held on campus every September.

In 2010, Zeta Rho Omega hosted the Regional III conference at JCCC.

For information about the club, contact Frank Galbrecht, faculty advisor, 913-469-8500 ext. 4558.

Motorcyle demonstration

Join us for CJ Day 2015 on Wed., Sept. 16, 2015, in the JCCC Commons Plaza.

Six administration of justice students brought home 10 trophies from the regional criminal justice competition in Columbia, Missouri.

Six administration of justice students brought home 10 trophies from the regional criminal justice competition in Columbia, Missouri.