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Employment History

Criminologist

University of Southern Mississippi


Director

Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics


Affiliations

University of MississippiBefore

Professor Emeritus In Criminal Justice


University of Mississippi

Professor Emeritus


Crisis Consultants International

Founder


Education

Sunday School


Ph.D.


Web References(99 Total References)


www.mbcb.org

By Chester L. Quarles (1944-2013)
Quarles, who died in October 2013, was professor emeritus of criminal justice and homeland security at the University of Mississippi, and co-author of the book, Crime Prevention for Houses of Worship. By Chester L. Quarles (1944-2013) Quarles, who died in October 2013, was professor emeritus of criminal justice and homeland security at the University of Mississippi, and co-author of the book, Crime Prevention for Houses of Worship. By Chester L. Quarles (1944-2013) Quarles, who died in October 2013, was professor emeritus of criminal justice and homeland security at the University of Mississippi, and co-author of the book, Crime Prevention for Houses of Worship. By Chester L. Quarles (1944-2013) Quarles, who died in October 2013, was professor emeritus of criminal justice and homeland security at the University of Mississippi, and co-author of the book, Crime Prevention for Houses of Worship. By Chester L. Quarles (1944-2013) Quarles, who died in October 2013, was professor emeritus of criminal justice and homeland security at the University of Mississippi, and co-author of the book, Crime Prevention for Houses of Worship. By Chester L. Quarles (1944-2013) Quarles, who died in October 2013, was professor emeritus of criminal justice and homeland security at the University of Mississippi, and co-author of the book, Crime Prevention for Houses of Worship. By Chester L. Quarles (1944-2013) Quarles, who died in October 2013, was professor emeritus of criminal justice and homeland security at the University of Mississippi, and co-author of the book, Crime Prevention for Houses of Worship.


www.scja.net [cached]

Chester Quarles


www.hattiesburgamerican.com

OXFORD, Miss. - Chester L. Quarles, a longtime University of Mississippi professor who wrote about terrorism, criminal justice and school safety, died Thursday at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson.
He was 69. Coleman Funeral Home says services were Sunday at North Oxford Baptist Church with burial in Tula Cemetery. Quarles was a past director of the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics and was first director of the state Crime Lab. During more than 40 years at the University of Mississippi, Quarles was a professor of political science, criminal justice and legal studies. He was founder of Crisis Consultants International, which handles negotiations with terrorists when missionaries are kidnapped. He wrote six books and co-wrote four others. OXFORD, Miss. - Chester L. Quarles, a longtime University of Mississippi professor who wrote about terrorism, criminal justice and school safety, died Thursday at the University of Mississippi


www.aboutcedarhills.org

According to Chester L. Quarles, professor of criminal justice at the University of Mississippi, some of the Christian Identity movement's followers hold that non-Caucasian peoples have no souls, and can therefore never earn God's favor or be saved.


www.aboutcedarhills.org

According to Chester L. Quarles, professor of criminal justice at the University of Mississippi, some of the Christian Identity movement's followers hold that non-Caucasian peoples have no souls, and can therefore never earn God's favor or be saved.


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