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PAPER OF THE YEAR AWARD
Ernest K. Chavez for "From the Warehouse to the Deathbed: The Process of Dying in Prison"
Carla Schultz for "Prison Privatization: Driving Influences and Performance Evaluation"
Kavita Alajo for "The CSI Effect: Fact or Fiction?"
Chelsea van Aken for "The Use of Criminal Profilers in the Prosecution of Serial Killers"
The 1st prize papers will also be published in Themis: Research Journal of Justice Studies and Forensic Science, Vol III