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Former Detective Who Helped Bring Jeffrey Dahmer to Justice Addresses Concordia Students

Sept. 20, 2009

The man who was instrumental in Jeffery Dahmer’s conviction visited Concordia University Wisconsin on Thursday, September 17th. Former Milwaukee Police Det. Patrick Kennedy discussed in detail the Dahmer case and the role he played in what has become one of the most infamous serial killer cases in U.S. History.

 

Kennedy spoke to students in the JPP 312 Forensic Science class, along with other faculty and staff.

 

“We are pleased that Professor Ray Weston was able to arrange for Det. Kennedy to visit our campus,” said Elizabeth M. Koch, Chair of the Legal Studies Department in the School of Business and Legal Studies at Concordia. “Our students will be able to learn about the case directly from the detective who played a pivotal role in the prosecution of Dahmer,” Koch added.

 

The School of Business and Legal Studies at Concordia sponsored the talk.

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