Hypnosis Aids Criminal Investigations

Woman being hypnotizedColonel Perry Gilmore, Assistant Police Chief in Amarillo, has a unique specialty in the world of criminal justice. He is a certified investigative hypnotist who uses his skills to help victims and witnesses of violent crime recall details of the event.

Criminal Justice Professors and Students Present Research at National Conference

Chi-Fang Lilly Tsai, Dr. Vincent Webb and Claire Nolasco at ASC

Research from 27 faculty and 36 graduate students from SHSU’s College of Criminal Justice was presented during the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology held in San Francisco from Nov. 17-20.

LEMIT Provides Continuing Ed for Police Chiefs

Police Chief Leadership Series at LEMIT

Police chiefs from across Texas recently attended continuing education training at the Bill Blackwood Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas.

CMIT Helps Jail Managers Up the Ladder

The Correctional Management Institute of Texas (CMIT), in collaboration with the American Jail Association, recently trained mid-level jail managers from 16 states across the country to take on leadership roles in their institutions.

Saturdays@SAM

Sat Nov. 20, 2010
8:00 AM - 2 PM
Sam Houston State University Visitors Center

Saturdays@SAM is a free program for prospective students, families, and friends.

Society of Forensic Science Meeting

Society of Forensic Science

Wed, Nov. 17, 5:00 p.m.
Chemistry and Forensic Science Building
Room 106

The scheduled speaker, Forensic Anthropolist Dr. Joan A. Bytheway, will be unable to attend the session. Instead, the guest speaker will be Dr. Karon Murff on digital forensics.

Real Talk with CJ: Tom Jones Regional LP Director

Real Talk with CJ

Tue Nov 16, 2010
2:00 pm - 3:00pm
CJ Cafe (CJava)

Shoe Box Drive for Soldiers

Nov. 15-19
10 AM - 2PM
Lowman Student Center, Mall Area

ROTC and LAE are working together to send our soldiers Shoe Boxes full of items to show our support. Come help us support our soldiers.

Society of Forensic Science Scholarship

Society of Forensic Science

The Society of Forensic Science is offering a Spring 2011 Scholarship to a deserving member of the organization. The purpose of the award is to financially assist the student with additional educational costs above tuition and fees such as textbooks. The total award amount is $250.

Internship Leads to Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Canadian Mounted Police perform Musical Ride
Thirty-two members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police perform the musical ride.

Graduate Student Breanne Dolphin spent her summer with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, researching books, movies and articles on child predators for that country’s National Child Exploitation Coordination Center.

SHSU Provides Citizen Survey to Houston Police

Police Officer

Sam Houston State University’s College of Criminal Justice recently completed the Houston Police Department’s latest citizen survey.

Study Abroad Italy Meeting

Wed, Nov. 9 or 11, 4 p.m.
Dr. Mitchel Roth's Office
Criminal Justice Hotel Building
Room 224

Join Dr. Roth for informational meetings about the Study Abroad Program in Italy this summer. Dr. Roth will lead the trip from June 15-28, examining the historic and current criminal justice system in the country. The trip includes visits to Rome, Florence and Sicily, with stops at famous landmarks like the Coliseum, Vatican and Mamertine Prison.

National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice Women's Week

Monday, Nov 8, 5 p.m.
Health and Kinesiology Center, Multipurpose Room 3
Workout with NABCJ

Come start your week off right with an invigorating workout.

Tue, Nov. 9, 7 p.m.
Olsen Auditorium
W.O.W (Women of the World)

A forum discussing the image of women in public and professional settings portrayal of women in the media and dating.

Wed, Nov. 10, 7 p.m.
Lowman Student Center, Room 304
Dirty Dark Secrets

You think you know but you have no idea.

Thu, Nov. 11, 7 p.m
SHSU Mall Area
Candelight Visual for Domestic Violence

Come light a candle for survivors of breast cancer and domestic violence as guest speakers talk about their experience with domestic violence.

Police Command Staff Gets LEMIT Training

Top command staff for Texas police departments were trained in key management issues during a recent program at the Bill Blackwood Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas.

High School Staff Get Lessons in Criminal Justice

Teachers tour Southeast Texas Applied Forensic Science Facility




High School criminal justice teachers tour the Southeast Texas Applied Forensic Science Facility

High School criminal justice teachers from across Texas got lessons on new trends in the field, including the areas of DNA, cyber-crime, forensics, terrorism, crime in the media and data analysis.

ROTC Cadets Target Criminal Justice Degrees

SHSU Senior Joan Kim has dreams of joining the Department of Homeland Security or the Drug Enforcement Agency. She is commissioning as an officer in the U.S. Army and hopes her criminal justice degree and experience in the military will make that a reality.

Society of Forensic Science -- Prison Tour

Society of Forensic Science

Thur, Nov. 4, 3:30 p.m.
Walls Prison Unit
815 12th St.
Huntsville, Texas 77320-3320
(936) 291-4200

University Hotel Open House

Wed Nov 3, 2010
4:30pm - 6:30pm
University Hotel
Bluebonnet Suite

The University Hotel cordially invites you to an open house to see our newly renovated rooms. Reception in Bluebonnet Suite.

SHSU Receives Grant to Target Drug Abuse in the Workplace

SHSU’s Impaired Driving Initiatives Program recently received a $740,000 grant from the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).

Alumnus Appointed to ICE Firearms Unit

Chris Cronen, a 1991 graduate of Sam Houston State University’s College of Criminal Justice, recently was promoted to Deputy Director of the National Firearms and Tactical Training Unit (NFTTU) at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

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