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Winfree textbook includes new issues facing corrections
Decker addresses Royal College of Psychiatrists
Jammed Up: Bad Cops, Police Misconduct, and the New York City Police Department
Professor Michael White co-authored a book that is the largest ever examination of police misconduct cases.
Legal scholar named associate director of criminology school
Rodriguez sworn in as director of National Institute of Justice
Public radio program highlights Spohn's research on rape laws
NSF awards CRJ professors $350K gang research grant
Victimology research earns Kate Fox new scholar award
Katz and White asked to develop national guidelines for police camera use
Professor Rodriguez speaks at White House conference
Online Bachelors now available in CCJ
Arizona State University is offering a new online Bachelor of Science degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice.
Faculty News | Dr. Michael White appears on Horizon
Dr. White discusses the incident involving a Phoenix police officer and a City Councilman.
Faculty News | Scott Wolfe 2010 Teaching Excellence Award
We are pleased to announce that Scott Wolfe was selected as a winner of the 2009-2010 ASU Graduate Teaching Excellent Awards.
Faculty News | Cassia Spohn new 'Justice Quarterly' editor
Professor Cassia Spohn, Ph. D in ASU’s School of Criminology and Criminal Justice has been named editor of Justice Quarterly, an official journal of the ...
Faculty News | Nancy Rodriguez Faculty Spotlight
Nancy recently earned the prestigious 2010 W.E.B. DuBois Award from the Western Society of Criminology for significant contributions to scholarship on crime ...
Faculty News | Canadian Press highlights professor's research on crime during Olympics
Why Americans perceive undocumented immigrants cause more crime
ASU criminologist Xia Wang finds education level and victimization experience play a role.
Cody Telep to join faculty in August 2013
Racial socialization reduces the effects of racial discrimination on crime
Study shows how racial discrimination against Black males increases risk of offending, but that racial socialization can reduce those risks.
Decker addresses Danish Crime Prevention Council
Study casts new light on juvenile gang members in the U.S.
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 ...
Professor Spohn to receive Defining Edge Research Award
Professor Cassia Spohn's work in the area of race, sentencing and the courts earns Defining Edge Award for Research in Social Sciences from Arizona State ...
Professor White wins ASU faculty award
Justin Ready talks to 12 News about his officer-worn camera research
Wall Street Journal, Time magazine quote Professor Michael White
Sweeten examines drop in crime with age
ASU criminology professor Gary Sweeten found certain factors led to a drop in crime as criminals got older.
Cassia Spohn to receive ASC Fellow honors
Cassia Spohn, foundation professor and director of the school's doctorate program, has been named a "Fellow" by the American Society of Criminology.
Cassia Spohn named new school director
What we know about gang and gang members
Scott Decker, Chris Melde, and David Pyrooz examined gang research over the past two decades and suggest a better approach to studying gangs in the future.
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