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Leon County Sheriff recruits College of Criminology and Criminal Justice Researchers to reduce violent crime
  The FSU College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Center for Criminology and Public Policy Research, is partnering with the Leon County Sheriff's Office to stop violent crime.
NPR Radio Program Features Criminology Assistant Professor Emma Fridel
College of Criminology and Criminal Justice Assistant Professor Emma Fridel was a recent guest on the Cincinnati Edition Radio Show on NPR affiliate WVXU.
Criminology Student Leadership Council Presents: Criminology Advising Panel
Join Us: Monday, October 10 5:00 p.m. Room 214 - College of Criminology and Criminal Justice Building (CCCJB)
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American Society of Criminology (ASC) names Brendan Lantz Researcher of the Year
The College of Criminology and Criminal Justice is pleased to announce that Assistant Professor Brendan Lantz was recently honored by the American Society of Criminology Division of Victimology with the 2022 Faculty Researcher of the Year Award.
Dr. Brendan Lantz
The Graduate-Faculty Workshop Series continues Friday, October 7 with an Introduction to Analyzing the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) with Assistant Professor Brendan Lantz.
Criminology Undergraduate Student Participates in National Science Foundation Summer Research Grant
"She is one of the most impressive undergraduates I've ever worked with, and her research capability compares to many of our current graduate students."
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College of Criminology and Criminal Justice Assistant Professor Emma Fridel was a recent guest on the A+E Networks podcast, Crime of a Lifetime.
Community Safety Web Podcast
  MON, 05 SEP 2022 14:00:00 -0400 ◦ 28 MINUTES We will be discussing law enforcement leaders making a career transition to corporate security. Typically, a career in law enforcement is 20 to 30 years depending on the retirement program.  A young man or woman that begins their career in their early 20s reach retirement eligibility in their early 50s if not before.  In addition, many police leaders find themselves looking to make a career change before the traditional end of a first career.  
Bryan Holmes
By Tim SprolesThe FSU College of Criminology and Criminal Justice held a welcome reception for Assistant Professor Bryan Holmes on Friday, August 26th, at Proof Brewing Company. The event hosted by Dean Thomas Blomberg allowed CCCJ graduate students to get to know Professor Holmes.
Retired Collier County Sheriff explains how bringing “Research to Life” bolstered his 35-year law enforcement career.
Don Hunter, a graduate of the FSU College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, has dedicated his life to public safety in the state of Florida.  During his 35-year law enforcement career, he served in multiple roles, including Sheriff of Collier County and Chief of the Marco Island Police Department. However, when he first enrolled at FSU in 1972, Hunter had planned to pursue a much different path.