Next Stop: NJCAA Region XV Tournament for the Mad Titans The Mad Titans will appear in their first NJCAA Region XV Tournament in just their first season of eligible participation. Next Tuesday, February 25th, the Mad Titans will travel to the South Bronx as they will face the #13 Hostos Caimans in the Quarterfinals. The two teams played twice this season with Hostos coming out ahead each time. This Tournament appearance only cements a great inaugural season by the Mad...
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Oscar Odom III, Chair of ASA College Division of Criminal Justice, was recently honored to be a keynote speaker at the 2013 TINYg Counter Terrorism Conference. The event held on Wednesday, October 9, 2013 in London, England also featured other influential members of the global criminal justice and counter-terrorist community, including Sir David Veness, formally of the United Nations Department of Safety & Security and Detective Superintendent Dermont Robinson of the Counter Terrorism Division of the London Police. The conference focused on discussing the current state of counter-terrorism operations on varying scales, from local to national to private security firms.
Professor Odom addressed the topics of Profiling, Terrorism and Stop and Frisk Policies bringing his insights as a New York Police veteran and lawyer to the conference. He referenced recent terrorist acts such as the attack in Nairobi as well as more infamous 911 attack in New York and London’s 7/7 bombing. His observations of the values and pitfalls of many metro racial profiling policies and their relation to terrorism profiling provided valuable information to the forum.
The Terrorist Information New York Group (TINYg) is an international forum which provides free, up to the minute information internationally in an effort to assist organizations in combating terrorist threats. The mission of TINYg is to allow business, government, law enforcement, emergency services and allied organizations to communicate and network in a more effective, yet safe and appropriate way to combat terrorist threats.
To learn more about TINYg and their mission to analyze, educate and innovate the fight against terrorism, visit www.tinyg.info.
Laptop Distribution Attention, NY students! Beginning on Thursday, February 27, we will be distributing the laptops. In order to receive a laptop, you MUST present and ASA College ID and/or your student schedule with a photo ID. Laptops will not be distributed without the required proper ID. For more information and the distribution schedule, please view the image below.
Purim Celebration Chabad Lubavitch and ASA College invite students and staff to join our Purim Celebration! At the Manhattan Campus in Room 520 Thursday, March 10th at 1pm. For more information, please contact Claudia Drobchinsky at firstname.lastname@example.org We look forward to seeing you there!