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Welcome to Crime and Justice Studies!

Crime and Justice Studies is a Liberal Arts degree and therefore, the focus is on providing students with a well-rounded, critically engaged, and scientifically informed understanding of the field.  Program graduates will attain positions in a variety of occupations including local and federal law enforcement, probation and parole, civil, criminal and juvenile courts, researcher, corrections, teaching, forensics and a variety of other fields.

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Prison prism

Sociology professor Karen Lahm has spent her career studying prisons and their populations and most recently researched female inmate misconduct.
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Intern meets with U.S. District Court Judges

Jamie Jaggers, a senior majoring in Crime and Justice Studies, is completing her internship with the United States Probation Office.  One of the interesting parts of her internship, shown in the photo, involved a recent meeti

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