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Crime Data Website
Scholarship Recipient Erasmo Ruiz
Honing students' critical thinking
In this video Dr. Mark Leymon from Criminology & Criminal Justice answers a common question posed by students in the social sciences: "Why do I have to take a course in research methods if I'm never going to be a scientist?" Dr. Leymon explains how courses like CCJ 380 Criminal Justice Research help people understand the proper role of science, helps them become critical consumers of knowledge, and fosters the develop of applied skills that are attractive to employers.
E-Policing: The Value of Police Websites for Citizen Empowered Participation
Authored by: Matthew A. Jones and Melchor C. de Guzman. This chapter provides a bridge between e-government research related to websites and the study of police organizations and strategy.
Using Web 2.0 as a Community Policing Strategy: An Examination of the United States Municipal Police Departments
Authored by: Matthew A. Jones, Melchor C. de Guzman, and Korni Swaroop Kumar. In a digital age, people are increasingly interacting socially via web platforms. This digital interaction includes governments, which can interact with the citizens in their society to co-produce effective responses to criminal activity. This book chapter examines the level and type of participation among municipal police departments using social media and web resources.
E-Policing: Environmental and Organizational Correlates of Website Features and Characteristics Among Large Police Departments in the United States of America
Authored by: Jones, Matt and de Guzman, Melchor. Increasingly, information technology has pervaded the provision of services by police agencies in the United States. The authors' research has isolated the factors that contribute to the adoption of e-government practices by large municipal police agencies in the United States.
Mark (Harmon) Leymon
Danielle’s primary research area is in corporate-state crime, a major typology of white collar crime
Tactical Response - Cracking cases with databases
Chris Owen works as an Adjunct Professor in the Division of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Check out the annual CJPRI Newsletters, profiling Criminal Justice Policy today!
William H. Feyerherm
William is published extensively on topics such as race and its impact on processing in the justice system.
A specialist in distance education at PSU since 1996, Barbara Bokenyi oversees the day-to-day administration of the Criminology and Criminal Justice Online Program.
Professor Lindberg teaches exclusively in a groundbreaking online program.
As a professor and former chairperson, Dr. Jolin is committed to student and faculty excellence.
Master of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice
Dynamic education taught by seasoned professionals in Criminology and Criminal Justice.
Criminology and Criminal Justice Online
Dynamic Education Taught by Seasoned Professionals
Criminology and Criminal Justice Program
See why 92% of graduating seniors are satisfied to very satisfied with this program.
An Office Specialist at PSU since 2004, Ms. Perrin manages the Criminology and Criminal Justice office.
Criminal Justice Policy Research Institute
Find out what major projects the Criminal Justice Policy Research Institute is working on.
Emily J. Salisbury
Dr. Salisbury's research investigates risk and needs assessment of women offenders, gendered pathways of offending, and prison classification systems.
Angela's goal is to help the Criminology division and the online program run as effectively as possible so all students have every opportunity to succeed.
Brian is helping students, criminal justice professionals, and communities understand the sources of local public safety problems to seek effective solutions.
As one of the university's pre-law advisors, Bob is helping students to understand the demands of law school and the legal profession.
Jody's research addresses the effectiveness of correctional policy, religion in prison, and public attitudes toward crime and punishment.
Laura J. Hickman
Laura Hickman is engaged in research activities that help inform policymakers and the community about effective approaches to controlling crime and helping victims.
As Director of Criminology and Criminal Justice Online, Kris is helping students across the country access PSU.