Rocque’s areas of expertise include race and crime, school discipline, and juvenile justice. In May of 2013 he began a position at the Maine Department of Corrections which will allow him to direct research on the effectiveness of programs and various sanctions for both adults and juveniles. For two years, Rocque worked in medical research at Eastern Maine Medical Center, and was also a member of the Bangor Rotary Club.
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