A Division of the American Society of Criminology
(Modified Autumn 2004)
The name of the organization shall be the Division of International Criminology of the American Society of Criminology.
The Division of International Criminology will be a constituent unit of the American Society of Criminology and will be in accord with the Constitution, Bylaws and policies of the Society. The purposes of the Division are:
Membership is open to educators, researchers, and practitioners in the field of international criminology and to students studying international criminology on a full-time basis. Membership in good standing in the American Society of Criminology is a prerequisite to membership in the Division of International Criminology. Only Divisional members in good standing will be eligible to vote at Divisional meetings and in Divisional elections, as well as hold office.
V. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
There shall be an Executive Council, composed of the Chair, immediate Past President, the Secretary, Treasurer and at least three Executive Council members. Members shall serve two years. The Board will review the budget and expenditures of the Division, advise the Chair on committee assignments, and bring recommendations forward to the Division membership.
VI. AMENDING THE CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS:
Robert’s Rules of Order shall govern the procedure of the Society during all general and committee meetings, unless otherwise designated.
Division of International Criminology
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