At Saint Joseph’s, we believe learning about criminal justice is not just about earning a degree — it’s a lifelong process. This list of articles and resources can serve to provide you with insights about what’s going on in the field, from news to research to opinions. By staying up-to-date updated with the criminal justice field, you can enhance your status as an expert and a leader, which can have a measurable effect on your career.
The letter of intent is your chance to demonstrate that you can convey information concisely through college-level writing. It's a heavily weighted factor in the application process and gives you an opportunity to stand out from hundreds of other applicants.Read More
When hurricanes, tornadoes, and other natural or man-made disasters strike, well-trained members of the public sector, the private sector and nonprofit organizations jump in to keep the peace, and often save lives.Read More
Understanding the workings of the human psyche, and treating and modifying aberrant behavior is the nucleus of the dynamic field of Behavior Analysis. As society experiences heightened criminal activity, juvenile delinquency, addiction and the rise of developmental disabilities,...Read More
The main goal for any school resource officer should be to prevent juvenile delinquency by promoting positive relationships between the students at the schools and law enforcement. One way to accomplish this effectively is by implementing applied behavior analysis techniques....Read More
Over the past number of years students and agents who I worked with would ask, how do I get into the field, how does one advance and or get promoted? Is there something I can do to better prepare?Read More
Current and former students talk about what it is like to be in the online program and highlight benefits like faculty support and expertise. Hear what they have to say. >>
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