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SAINT VINCENT COLLEGE LECTURER IN CRIMINOLOGY NAMED HEAD OF INDIANA COUNTY JAIL STAFF

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Posted: Wednesday May 16, 2012

May 16, 2012

Michael Kuhar, lecturer in Criminology, Law and Society at Saint Vincent College, has been named interim warden of the Indiana County Jail by the Indiana County Commissioners.

Mr. Kuhar, who retired in March 2011 as Indiana County’s Court Administrator, succeeds Carol Hummel, who is retiring. He has continued to work as a consultant for the Indiana County court system, most recently providing guidance as a new office is being prepared for District Judge Jennifer Rega in Blairsville. It is expected that he will serve in the interim position until August 1.

“Mike has done an outstanding job with us this year, teaching multiple classes in the Saint Vincent College Criminology, Law, and Society program,” commented Bruce A. Antkowiak, director of the program. “We are honored to have a teacher of his quality who has such an incredible wealth of practical experience in the criminal justice system. We look forward to his return here in the fall.”

Mr. Kuhar will teach four courses in the CLS Program at Saint Vincent during the coming year.

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