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From the Desk of Chris Grollnek: A Brief History of Alpha Phi Sigma

July 22, 2012

As a recent recipient of a Master of Science in Administration of Justice and Security, noted security and law enforcement consultant Chris Grollnek is proud to have been selected to Alpha Phi Sigma, the National Criminal Justice Honor Society. A strong testament to his academic excellence and longstanding record in the military, law enforcement, and security industries, Chris Grollnek joins an impressive tradition as a 2011 inductee to Alpha Phi Sigma.

The sole criminal justice honor society to be accredited by the Association of College Honor Societies, Alpha Phi Sigma launched its first chapter in 1942 under the supervision of Dr. Vivian Anderson Leonard, then-director of the Police Science department at Washington State University. Over the next three decades, Alpha Phi Sigma added several new chapters at colleges and universities across America, leading to its official designation as the National Criminal Justice Honor Society in 1976. Today, Alpha Phi Sigma consists of more than 30 chapters established to recognize academic excellence in undergraduate and graduate students.

Chris Grollnek holds membership in the Eta Theta Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma. To learn more about Grollnek’s academic and professional accomplishments, visit ChrisGrollnek.com.

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