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proudly presents DR. JAMES M. HEPBRON T oday, as never before, the American public is alert to the dangers of organized crime. The Kefauver investigation, recent FBI round-ups of dope peddlers, juvenile delinquency in all of its frightening phases, and many other aspects of the underworld activities which mulct Americans of uncounted millions of dollars every year are in the forefront of public thinking and discussion. You will be performing a public service for your community as well as your organization when you book one of the country's outstanding criminologists to deal in a frank, provocative fashion with this subject. DR. JAMES M. HEPBRON Administrative Assistant and consultant to the Senate (Kefauver) Crime Committee, internationally-known criminologist, dynamic, exciting speaker, whose authoritative lectures are based on over 30 years of extensive investigation and first-hand experience in crime prevention and detection, combating juvenile delinquency, and police administration. Every citizen and parent will want to hear his timely, dramatic lectures, as current as tomorrow's headlines. figure COMMENDATIONS FROM THE SENATE TO DR. HEPBRON The members of the Senate Special Committee to Investigate Organized Crime in Interstate Commerce are firmly of the opinion that the record of their activities in this important connection would not be complete without an expression of commendation and appreciation for your valuable assistance in our efforts. HERBERT R. O'CONOR — ESTES KEFAUVER — LESTER C. HUNT — CHARLES W. TOBEY ALEXANDER WILEY LECTURE SUBJECTS INCLUDE • HAIL FELON WELL MET — The startling picture of crime in American. • SCIENCE TURNS DETECTIVE — The dramatic role of science in crime solution. • KEEPING JUSTICE ON THE JOB — A challenging picture of maladministration of criminal justice and what can be done about it. • THE BRAINS BEHIND THE UNDERGROUND — The menace of the unscrupulous lawyer-criminal. • CITIZENS VERSUS CRIME — How to organize your community against criminals. • ROAD TO RUIN: TEEN AGE DRUG ADDICTION — The facts of this growing menace and methods of combating the drug traffic. • JUVENILE DELINQUENCY — The cause and cure of the problem of youth and crime. THE REDPATH BUREAU Boston New York Rochester Chicago Kimball Building, Chicago 4, Ill. Telephone: Harrison 7-8723 Dr. James M. Hepbron A s the work of the recent Senate Crime Investigation Committee Progressed, they sought a man with long experience in the field of criminal investigation to assist them as special consultant and Administration Assistant. They found the man in Baltimore — James M. Hepbron. His service to the committee played an important part in the ultimate success of its project. Dr. Hepbron brought his whole life's experience to bear on the problem. He has headed the Baltimore Criminal Justice Commission for the last 30 years and is past president of the National Association of Crime Commission Executives. He has served as consultant to the Pennsylvania State Crime Commission, member of the Attorney General's Conference on Crime, the Maryland Commission of Interstate Compacts and the Maryland Prison Congress. As chairman of the Maryland State Commission of Juvenile Delinquency, he was instrumental in securing legislation which makes Maryland a leader in child welfare. He also served on the Maryland Youth Commission and the board of the Baltimore Council of Social Agencies. Formerly an instructor in criminology at Johns Hopkins University, he is currently lecturer to the Baltimore Police School and gives special lectures to the Maryland State Police. In the past, he has lectured at the Metropolitan Police School in Washington, D. C. Dr. Hepbron has studied penal and police procedure here and in 17 foreign countries. During the World War he served with the intelligence service of the War and Navy Departments and was a representative for the U. S. at the International White Slavery conference, in which connection he investigated conditions in several European capitals. Because of his distinguished career in criminology, Dr. Hepbron has been in great demand as a lecturer in this country and abroad. His magnetic personality, dynamic presentation, vital and interesting subject matter have made him an outstanding success in the lecture field. Audiences Across the Country Acclaim Him! LONG ISLAND, N. Y. — A thousand thanks for having sent Dr. Hepbron to us. He afforded us one of the most enlightening and pleasurable afternoons that we have ever had. With complete mastery of his subject, frankness in discussion, fine speaking voice and charming personality, he left absolutely nothing to be desired. WORCESTER, MASS. — The Worcester Women's Club, largest in the state, were delighted and unanimous in their praise. They questioned him after the lecture so long he almost missed his train! ST. LOUIS, MO. — Never has our audience been quite so enthusiastic over any speaker as they were with Dr. Hepbron. His subject was thrilling and interesting to everyone. He is a marvelous lecturer. LANSING, MICH. — Dr. Hepbron gave as fine a lecture as we have ever had. He is a wonderful speaker with perfect platform presence. You have a real star in him. GREENSBORO, N. C. — He has personal charm in abundance, he is graciousness itself, and he knows thoroughly the subject he is discussing. The audience was fascinated. BUFFALO, N. Y. — An outstanding authority on an intensely interesting subject. We enjoyed him very much and equally interesting were his answers to the questions fired at him by a large group which remained for nearly an hour after the regular meeting. WATERVILLE, MAINE — He certainly measured up to all expectations. A clear, convincing discussion of a pertinent subject.
|Title||Dr. James M. Hepbron|
|Topical Subject (LCSH)||Lecturers|
|Personal Name Subject||Hepbron, James M.|
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