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4 Major Reasons to Go Back To College

Nowadays, it’s not uncommon for adults to return to college, especially with the flexibility that distance education can provide for busy students. Here are four reasons why you might consider going back to school.

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The Value of Continuing Education in Criminal Justice

Today, more employers are requiring certificates for certain positions. For employees, certification offers a competitive edge and heightens career advancement opportunities.

Illinois Teens Connect With Law Enforcement in Education Program

During the course of the summer program, Junior Deputies develop skills in team leadership, interact one-on-one with law enforcement officers, and are exposed to a rewarding career in the military or law enforcement.

For Community Policing to Succeed, Walking Around Isn’t Enough

Community policing is a way for members of a community and the local police to work hand-in-hand, but what all does it require of residents and volunteers, and how does a community ensure a successful program?

Why Writing Skills Are So Important in the Study of Criminal Justice

Writing skills are more integral in the criminal justice field than many people realize. Discover why you should improve your writing when in college.

Suspended John Jay Professor Has Long History of Cop-Hating Tweets

Suspended John Jay College of Criminal Justice professor Michael Isaacson’s tweet about teaching “future dead cops” was no isolated incident.

NYPD Union Wants Professor Fired Over “Dead Cops” Tweet

Professor Michael Isaacson, a self-proclaimed member of the Antifa movement who works in the economics department at the CUNY Manhattan college, tweeted from the account @VulgarEconomics: “Some of ya’ll might think it sucks being an anti-fascist teaching at John Jay College but I think it’s a privilege to teach future dead cops” on Aug. 23.

Honors J.D. Program in Criminal Justice

Atlanta's John Marshall Law School offers a specialized Honors J.D. Program in Criminal Justice designed to prepare graduates to practice criminal law.

Online Criminal Justice Degree

CSU’s online criminal justice degree program teaches students the theoretical foundations within the criminal justice system.

Video: Research Shows Officers Hesitating to Use Deadly Force When Necessary

Data from a recent study shows that white and African-American officers alike hold a stronger subconscious bias against African-American suspects — and that they are now overcompensating for that bias, becoming more hesitant to shoot minority suspects. Researchers believe that's because those officers fear backlash.