Norwich University

BachelorBS in Criminal JusticeWebsite

Norwich University

MasterMS in Criminal JusticeWebsite

Michigan State University

MasterMaster of Science in Criminal JusticeWebsite

Utica College

BachelorBS in Criminal JusticeWebsite

Aurora University

BachelorBA in Criminal JusticeWebsite

Campbellsville University

AssociateAS in Criminal Justice AdministrationWebsite

Lewis University

MasterMS in Criminal/Social JusticeWebsite

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Point University

BachelorBachelor of Science in Criminal JusticeWebsite

Saint Joseph's University

MasterMS in Criminal JusticeWebsite

Saint Joseph's University

MasterMS in Criminal Justice - Intelligence & Crime AnalysisWebsite

Alvernia University

BachelorAddictions and Mental Health Treatment (formerly Behavioral Health)Website

Anna Maria College

BachelorBachelor of Science in Fire ScienceWebsite

Campbellsville University

BachelorBS in Criminal Justice AdministrationWebsite

Campbellsville University

MasterMS in Justice Studies: Criminology TrackWebsite

Jill SpriggsJill Spriggs

Discover Criminal Justice recently sat down with Jill Spriggs; immediate past president of the American Society of Crime Lab Directors. In addition to her role in ASCLD, Spriggs serves as secretary of the Consortium of Forensic Science Organizations, and a crime lab director in California.

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William TerrillWilliam Terrill

DCJ recently spoke with William Terrill, Associate Professor in the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University. His research centers on police behavior, with an emphasis on police use of force policies and practices.

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William E. FooteWilliam E. Foote recently spoke with William E. Foote, president of the American Psychology-Law Society. Dr. Foote has served on the adjunct faculty of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Psychiatry and Family Practice services, the Psychology department, and the School of Law.

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Simon SingerSimon Singer, PhD

DCJ recently spoke with Simon Singer, professor at Northeastern University’s school of criminology and criminal justice. Professor Singer’s research focuses on delinquency and juvenile justice. He received the Albert J. Reiss Distinguished Scholar Award from the American Sociological Association for his book “Recriminalizing Delinquency: Violent Juvenile Crime and Juvenile Justice Reform.”

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Robert CostelloRobert Costello, PhD

Robert Costello, PhD serves as associate professor and chairperson of the Criminal Justice Department at Nassau Community College, and adjunct professor of sociology at Hofstra University. In this interview, Professor Costello discusses the many intricacies of the criminal justice field.

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Karen KrugerKaren Kruger, JD

In this interview, law enforcement legal adviser Karen Kruger of Baltimore, Maryland, sheds light on what it means to be a law enforcement legal adviser, her road to discovering this area of law, and her advice to anyone interested in a career in law enforcement legal advising.

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Mark PryorMark Pryor, JD

Mark Pryor serves as a prosecutor in Austin, Texas. In addition to “catching the bad guys and letting good guys go” at his day job, Mark fills his time writing novels (his newest, The Bookseller, being met with great praise) and managing his humor-rich blog at D.A. Confidential.

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Adam LankfordAdam Lankford, PhD

Adam Lankford, PhD, is a professor of criminal justice at the University of Alabama. Specializing in counter-terrorism, Dr. Lankford has written for The New York Times, Foreign Policy, Wired, The Daily Beast, and The Huffington Post, as well as writing.

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Raymond E. FosterLieutenant Raymond E. Foster, LAPD (ret.)

Raymond E. Foster is an author and former lieutenant of the LAPD. He shares with us his journey to becoming a police officer, his experiences moving up in the ranks of the LAPD, and his advice for aspiring law enforcement officers.

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