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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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Dorothy Álvarez, M.B.A., M.A. Senior Lecturer of Spanish, Modern Languages

Español en el mundo de la ley

     Spanish for Law Enforcement Personnel is a course available for Crime and Justice Studies majors as part of the College of Liberal Arts foreign language requirement.  Once students have completed the prerequisite of SPN 1020 Beginning Spanish II with a grade of C,

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A servant and a scholar

New Chief of Police David Finnie brings a wealth of experience gathered over a 25-year career in university law enforcement.
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