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FSU Researcher Finds Data-Driven Evidence on Warrior vs. Guardian Policing | February 2019

Justice Department Awards over $6.3 Million to Study Effects of Incarceration | September 2016

The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Partners with FSU and the School District of Palm Beach County: Launches New Study into Juvenile Delinquency | January 2016

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Mears Recognized With Distinguished Scholar Award

Three College Faculty Named Among the Top 15 Influential Academics in the Field

Professors Examine the Implications of COVID-19 on Hate Crimes

College Professor Honored by University with Undergraduate Teaching Award

Wenger Named Recipient of Robert J. Bursik Junior Scholar Award

Fla. Sen. Keith Perry Discusses Criminal Justice Reform Efforts with Students

College’s Presentation on Financial Exploitation of Aging Adults Featured in OLLI Times

Lantz Named Recipient of ACJS Victimology New Scholar Award

College’s Presentation to FL Senate Criminal Justice Committee Featured in Tallahassee Democrat

College partners with Florida Senate to address racial & ethnic impact of proposed legislation

 McLean selected for LEADS Program

Turanovic Receives Ruth Shonle Cavan Young Scholar Award

Lantz Finds Hate Crimes Committed by Groups Hurt the Most

 A New Study Finds ‘Warrior’ And ‘Guardian’ Cops Exist – To A Degree – KJZZ, March 4, 2019

Data-driven Evidence on Warrior vs. Guardian Policing – Science News, Feb. 26, 2019

Researcher Finds Data-driven Evidence on Warrior vs. Guardian Policing – Phys.org, Feb. 26, 2019

Dean Blomberg: Making a Difference in Criminology: Past, Present and Future

Turanovic Receives 2018 DLC Early Career Award

College Veteran Liaison Honored By FSU Student Veterans Center

College Partners with Palm Beach County to Address Victim Services Related to DUI/Impaired Driving Deaths

Dean Blomberg Featured in June Edition of Profiles in Leadership

Elder Financial Exploitation Research Featured on WCTV News

Over 60 Students and Faculty Present at ASC Annual Meeting

College Presents Findings on Elder Financial Exploitation

College Awarded Funding by Justice Department to Study Effects of Incarceration

Researchers meet with developer to share findings and make recommendations regarding elder financial fraud

The College of Criminology and Criminal Justice Takes on Elder Financial Fraud