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Condren Rex Keatinge Scholarship in Criminal Justice: 2019 award total: $1000.00

This scholarship is provided through the Winnipeg Foundation in honour of Condren Rex Keatinge who served in the North Kildonan Police Department and the Winnipeg Police Service, receiving the Police Exemplary Service Medal in 1988 and retiring in 1994 at the rank of Staff Sergeant.  He also worked for TD Bank Security and with the Justice Department of the Province of Manitoba.  The scholarship will be awarded to an outstanding student or students majoring in Criminal Justice.

Erica and Arnold Rogers Scholarship in Criminal Justice: 2019 award total: $1058.00

This scholarship is provided by the Erica and Arnold Rogers Fund for Academic Excellence.  It will be awarded annually to the most promising student entering the final year of a degree program in Criminal Justice.

The Skoog Prize: 2019 award total: $1306.00

This prize was established in honour of Associate Professor Douglas Skoog, faculty member of the Studies in Justice and Law Enforcement Program at The University of Winnipeg.  It will be awarded to an outstanding student in Criminal Justice Studies who has completed at least 60 credit hours and has demonstrated community involvement (preferably related to criminal justice).

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University of Winnipeg Women's Auxiliary Scholarship in Criminal Justice Studies: 2019 Award total: $1400.00

This scholarship, provided by the Women's Auxiliary, is awarded annually to an outstanding student who is majoring in Criminal Justice.

Wendl-Friesen Corrections Memorial Scholarship: 2019 Award total: $1088.00

This scholarship was established in 2012 by Dr. Michael Weinrath  to honour Werner Rudolf Friesen and Joseph Wendl, two living  unit officers who were killed in the line of duty at Stony  Mountain Institution in 1984. This scholarship has been created  with the blessing of the surviving family members, and support  from the Criminal Justice Students' Association and  management/staff at Stony Mountain Institution. Dr. Weinrath  formerly worked in Correctional Services in Manitoba and other  parts of Canada. This scholarship will be awarded to an  outstanding Criminal Justice major at The University of  Winnipeg, who has completed at least 60 hours of study and shown  aptitude for corrections or corrections research.