About Us: Professor Emeritus Keynote at International Rural Crime Conference

Aug. 31, 2017
Professor Emeritus Joe Donnemeyer is one of three keynote speakers at the first-ever International Rural Crime Conference.

This article originally appeared in the August 2017 edition of CFAES Monthly.

Ohio State Professor Emeritus Joe Donnemeyer is one of three keynote speakers at the first-ever International Rural Crime Conference in South Africa Sept. 27.

The theme of the conference is "The challenges of rural crimes affecting agriculture." Donnemeyer will speak on the impact of crime on farms, Elaine Barclay from the University of New England in Australia will discuss crime and crime prevention on farms in Australia, and Emmanuel Bunei from Mount Kenya University in Kenya on will discuss stock theft in Africa: current challenges and future direction.

For more information, visit agriorbit.com/first-international-rural-crime-conference.