Earlier this month, Dr. Thomas Blomberg, Dean of the College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, delivered a presentation to the Florida Senate Criminal Justice Committee which explored racial/ethnic differences in the Florida Criminal Justice System...
Racial disparities at every level of the criminal justice system in America are well documented. Now, a new study by College of Criminology & Criminal Justice Assistant Professors Brendan Lantz and Marin Wenger reveals it also exists at the initial level of arrest...
This Friday, Sept. 27 marks the beginning of FSU’s Family Weekend. Visiting family members are invited to visit Student Services in Eppes Hall for complimentary refreshments on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
A new study conducted by College Assistant Professor Dr. Marin Wenger and College Doctoral Candidate Javier Ramos has found that immigrants who have committed a felony and been released from prison in Florida are significantly less likely to reoffend by committing another felony than their nonimmigrant peers.
The College of Criminology & Criminal Justice had nine students graduate from the Pat Thomas Law Enforcement Academy on June 11.
The criminology student graduates included Faith Azure, Nicholas Hernandez, Nathan Mageau, Adrian Malave, Ben Mancini, Thomas Pustizzi, Robert Roddy, Garrett Swier, and Autumn Veres.
Caroline M. Bailey, a Ph.D. candidate with the College of Criminology & Criminal Justice, was recently announced as one of three recipients of the ASC Ruth D. Peterson Fellowship for Racial and Ethnic Diversity.