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George Theodore Nicodotis

criminologist , researcher , author

George Theodore Nicodotis, Greek criminologist, author, researcher. Member Hellenic-American Union, Athens, since 1959. Petty officer Gendarmerie of Greece, 1949-1952. Member Propeller Club, United States National Geographic Society (life).

Background

Nicodotis, George Theodore was born on April 20, 1927 in Chania, Crete, Greece. Son of Theodore George and Vassiliki Emmanuel (Galanis) Nicodotis.

Education

Student, Athens University, 1953.

Career

Founder, director Criminological Research Center, Athens, 1959-1980. Founder, president Organization for Prevention of Crime, 1959-1980. Founder, director Greek Society Criminological Research, since 1982.

Founder, president Pan Hellenic Union for Prevention of Crime, since 1982. Official representative of Greece at United Nations Meeting on Research in Criminology, Copenhagen/Oslo/Stockholm, 1965. Radio broadcaster O.P.C., Athens, 1966-1974.

Lecturer for anti-drug abuse, 1960-1980. Speaker/lecturer Athens Police Training Academy, 1979, others.

Membership

Member Hellenic-American Union, Athens, since 1959. Petty officer Gendarmerie of Greece, 1949-1952. Member Propeller Club, United States National Geographic Society (life).

Personality

He was one of the most important personalities of the second half of 20th ce. for Greece. He loved Christianity and he dedicated his life in research of criminal behavior.

RIP

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Gliders, stamp collecting/philately, reading, swimming.

Connections

father:
Theodore George Niaounakis - Greek

mother:
Vassiliki Emmanuel (Galanis) Niaounakis - Greek