Welcome to the Criminal Justice Club Website!

Follow the links on the left to see what we're all about! 

We also have links along the bottom to see how U of M Flint can further your future

Cram a Cruiser for Kids

Cram-A-Cruiser for Kids!

This event will be held on December 8th, 2010 from 10:00 am - 6:00 pm on campus!

There will be 2 police cars, one from Holly Police Department and one from the Department of Public Safety.

People can stuff them full of toys to donate to Motherly Intercession -

an organization that supports children with at least one parent that has or is currently incarcerated.

Create a team and donate the most toys to win 8 tickets to Grease at the Whiting!

Expect Respect

Pledge Your Respect!

Together with Student Government, we designed an Expect Respect banner and encouraged students, faculty, and staff 

to sign their name and pledge to respect themselves and everyone on campus!

We had a GREAT turnout and are excited to see the banner hanging for many years to come!

Fall Festival 2010

CJC's 2nd Annual Fall Festival! 


We collected toiletries for the YWCA's woman's shelter from stores, students, and members of the community.

We succesfully raised $50 in addition to the numerous toiletry items.

The reason for the very creepy makeup & costumes? The Univeristy Pennitentiary where most of the fun took place!

Welcome Back & New Student Day

The club at the Welcome Back Picnic showing off our brand new shirts!

Contact Information

University of Michigan-Flint

Criminal Justice Club

c/o Office of Student Life

375 University Center
Flint, MI  48502-1950
(810) 762-3307
FAX  762-3282

You may also email our advisor at kjlitwin@umflint.edu or go to the Criminal Justice Department at 522 French Hall.




President: Samantha Honea

Vice President: Alicia Sonderegge

Treasurer: Dan Hartman

Director of Administrative Affairs: Kevin Humphreys

Head of Advertising: Jeff Luce


Cuthbert, Jacob
Hartman, Dan                                         Treasurer
Honea, Samantha                                  President
810-252-3182 (P)
Humphreys, Kevin                                 Director of Administrative Affairs
810-919-0238 (P)
Lee, Lora
Litwin, Kenneth                                      Faculty Sponsor
Luce, Jeff
Sonderegger, Alicia                               Vice President
Yee, Scott


Article I – Name


The name of the organization shall be the University of Michigan-Flint Criminal Justice Club, hereafter known as the organization.



Article II – Purpose


The purpose of this organization is to reactivate a club and to provide students opportunities to explore different aspects of the criminal justice system.



Article III – Membership


Any student at the University of Michigan-Flint and in good academic standings, as defined by the University is eligible to be a member.  Individuals are considered members after having attended at least 3 organization functions.  The Criminal Justice Club is an equal opportunity student organization which complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination, including Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.  The Criminal Justice Club is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and national origin or ancestry, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, or military service in educational programs and activities.



Article IV Officers


Starting in 2009, the office positions will be elected at the first meeting of the fall term for the duration of the school year by a majority vote for each office.


President – The President shall schedule meetings, notify members of meetings, and preside over the business conducted at meetings.  The president shall also stand as a liaison between the club and officials of the University of Michigan-Flint.



Vice President – The Vice President shall assist the President in all matters of the club business and should the President be unable to fulfill an obligation to the club, he/she shall assume the Presidents position.  The President can assign duties as needed.



Secretary – The Secretary shall record all business conducted at the meetings, take attendance, and submit the minutes from the previous meeting.  The President can assign duties as needed.



Treasurer – The Treasurer shall read the financial statements at the beginning of every meeting.  He/she shall make deposits, collect the funds, and write checks that are directed by the President or Vice President.  The President can assign duties as needed.




Article VII – By Laws and Amendments


Amendments to this constitution require the affirmative vote of three- fourths ¾ of the active membership, and will be subject to review by the student government council, for said amendment to be adopted.  If this constitution should in anyway conflict with the constitution of the student government council, that constitution shall have supremacy.  By-laws of the organization shall be established by the executive board.  These by-laws shall be the policies and procedures of this organization.  By-laws of the organization may not in any way conflict, or diminish the authority of this constitution.



Article VIII – Ratification


This constitution must receive a three-fourths vote of the membership to be adopted.