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Welcome to the Criminal Justice and Criminology Department!

Criminal justice and criminology is a fast-growing field where students can explore the functions of, and interactions among, police, courts, and corrections systems. Class offerings are a varied blend of theoretical examination and practical application, ranging from human behavior and social structure to management principles and supervisory skills. The Criminal Justice and Criminology Department recognizes that each of us is a teacher as well as a student. It operates as a diverse community that embodies passion, commitment, civility, integrity, and mutual respect. The CJC faculty and staff provide opportunities for collaboration, renewal, and scholarship in academic preparation for responsible, equitable and moral administration of justice. The CJC faculty are committed to leadership in the community and to examination and assessment of the criminal justice paradigm. See Criminal Justice and Criminology for general information on the department. 

 

 


Announcements

Richard T. Castro Distinguished Visiting Professor

  • Dr. Christine Sierra, Richard T. Sastro Distinguished Professor, will visit MSU Denver and give a public keynote address and moderate a historical and contemporary  discussion with several Latinas in the Colorado political landscape. See Richard T. Castro Distinguished Visiting Professor for more information. 

Delta Gamma Xi Event

  • Delta Gamma Xi has its first speaker of the semester: Juan Melendez. He will be speaking September 19, 2 pm in the Zenith Room (6th floor of the Tivoli). See attached file for details. Guest Speaker Juan Melendez

Of the People

  • A new student group is looking for officers and members to "put unity back into community." See Of the People for details and contact info@of-the-people.org for any questions.

Job Openings

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