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Decker addresses Royal College of Psychiatrists
Enroll now in summer classes
Join us at the 7th Annual C.A.R. Memorial Scholarship Poker Tournament
Professors, students go behind bars to improve inmate outcomes
Study casts new light on juvenile gang members in the U.S.
Decker urges police panel to take broad approach to solutions
Rodriguez sworn in as director of National Institute of Justice
Katz and White asked to develop national guidelines for police camera use
ASU criminologist to speak at White House task force on policing
US News & World Report ranks school's online graduate program number two in the nation
Criminology professors shed light on police camera use
Good policing, focus on inmate success behind drop in crime rates
Criminology student helps nab suspect on first day of internship
Meyers receives best paper award
ASU criminologists part of elite panel tapped to redesign National Crime Victimization Survey
Criminal justice honor society inducts 75 new members
ASU criminologist appointed director of the National Institute of Justice
Careers in Asset Protection at Target
CCJ lecturer selected as guest football coach
Doctoral student receives NIJ funding to pursue victimization research
Undergraduate students publish journal article
Alumnus from first criminal justice class (1975) looks back
Professors dispel myths about police body cameras
Charles Katz and Michael White on MSNBC
Justin Ready talks to 12 News about his officer-worn camera research
Wall Street Journal, Time magazine quote Professor Michael White
Legal scholar named associate director of criminology school
Michael White moderates DOJ discussion on officer-worn video cameras
Spring 2014 outstanding graduate makes most of opportunities
Katherine Chavez Chavarria didn’t let her blindness or her father’s battle with cancer stop her pursuit of becoming the first person in her family to graduate from college. She plans to go to law school.
Faculty associate teaches police officers in the United Arab Emirates
Faculty Associate Kerry Muehlenbeck promoted to brigadier general
Callie Burt earns top young scholar award
A professor in the Arizona State University School of Criminology and Criminal Justice will receive the Young Scholar award from the American Society of Criminology for the second time in three years.
CCJ student Victor Mora receives Moeur Award
Economy altered 2009 graduate’s career path, but not determination
Five years ago, President Barack Obama spoke at ASU's graduation ceremony. He acknowledged the difficulty graduates would face during the worst economic times since the Great Depression. He challenged graduates to be daring and follow their passion. "You'll need to continuously adapt to a continuously changing economy," President Obama told ASU graduates. "You'll end up having more than one job and more than one career over the course of your life." He implored them to, "keep gaining new skills -- possibly even new degrees, and you'll have to keep on taking risks as new opportunities arise." CCJ graduate Brett Kugler exemplifies the President's call to action.
Holtfreter and Reisig present at national fraud conference
Summer School 2014
Professor White wins ASU faculty award
Decker addresses Danish Crime Prevention Council
Cassia Spohn named new school director
Lecture: Leaving a life of crime
ASU professor provides analysis for military sexual assault panel
Graduate works with seized property
Victimology research earns Kate Fox new scholar award
The US Intelligence Community - An Overview
Decker to present at National Institute of Justice
Alumna helps victims of crime
Registration for summer school begins Feb 12
What it takes to work for the FBI
Gabriel Cesar receives MLK servant leader award
Outstanding Graduate is much more than classic overachiever
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