Leaders from the Leon County area’s law enforcement agencies and Florida State University gave brief remarks and cut the ribbon on the Capital Region Real Time Crime Center (CRRTCC) on Friday, September 15.
10/6/23 from 9:30am to 11:00am Dr. Jillian Turanovic Meta-Analysis: What it is, how to do it, and when it's useful. Location: Criminology Building, Room 409. Donuts & Coffee at 9:30. Workshop at 10:00am.
Leaders of the Tallahassee area’s law enforcement agencies will give brief remarks and cut the ribbon on the Capital Region Real-Time Crime Center on Friday, Sept. 15. The Capital Region Real-Time Crime Center (CRRTCC) is a collaboration that brings together the resources of local law enforcement and the nation’s leading criminology researchers in an effort to make the community safer.
The FSU College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Center for Criminology and Public Policy Research, is collaborating with the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health to make our nation's roads safer.
A new collaborative research study by FSU College of Criminology & Criminal Justice Professors Joseph A. Schwartz, Sonja E.
A new course at the FSU College of Criminology and Criminal Justice is designed to help eliminate the barriers between research and effective policy and practice. Translational Criminology & Politics (CCJ-6920) is co-instructed by FSU President Emeritus John Thrasher and Dean Thomas Blomberg.
FSU College of Criminology and Criminal Justice is the best college for criminal justice, according to University Magazine. The magazine released their 2023 Best Colleges for Criminal Justice rankings on May 29, with Florida State University taking the top spot. They base the rankings on several factors, including academic excellence, faculty expertise, student success rates, and the comprehensiveness of their criminal justice programs.
FSU's College of Criminology and Criminal Justice Distinguished Research Professor Daniel Mears co-wrote an op-ed on policing in America, recently published in the Orlando Sentinel. In the op-ed, Dr. Daniel Mears along with Dr. William R. Kelly from the University of Texas in Austin examines why America needs to reevaluate its public safety system.