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Jennifer Copp
Research by College of Criminology and Criminal Justice Professor Jennifer Copp was recently cited in the New York Times article, “Late to Launch: The Post-Collegiate Struggle.”
Dean Blomberg delivering presentation
This fall, Dean Blomberg delivered the keynote presentation for the Southern Criminal Justice Association’s annual conference in Pensacola, FL.
Info Session
Get to know the FSU College of Criminology & Criminal Justice!
Dr. Patricia Y. Warren
The Florida Education Fund recently announced Associate Professor Dr. Patricia Y. Warren as the recipient of the 2018 William R. Jones Outstanding Mentor Award for her exceptional contribution to the McKnight Doctoral Fellowship Program.
Internship Fair
The Criminology Internship Fair is This Week! Join Us: Thursday, Nov. 1 Noon – 4:00 p.m. SSB | Rm. 203 Business casual attire preferred, but not required
Jillian Turanovic
The College is pleased to announce that Dr. Jillian Turanovic has been chosen to receive the 2018 Developmental & Life-Course Criminology Early Career Award.
Garnet & Gold Scholar Society
On July 25, College of Criminology and Criminal Justice students Kristen Neville, Amber Sagastume, and Christina Toussaint were inducted into the prestigious Garnet & Gold Scholar Society.
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This fall, the College of Criminology and Criminal Justice is pleased to welcome three new assistant professors, Young-An Kim, Kyle McLean, and Steven Zane.
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There are more than 18,000 police agencies in the United States. About 86 percent of them employ fewer than 25 officers. These agencies are often seen as training ground for larger departments who can afford more sophisticated recruiting and stronger compensation packages.
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A study conducted by the College of Criminology and Criminal Justice is currently being featured in an article by the London School of Economics (LSE).