Faculty Recognized by SHSU, College

Dr. Larry Hoover, a longtime faculty member at the College of Criminal Justice and Director of the Police Research Center (PRC), was named a Distinguished Professor for his outstanding contributions to Sam Houston State University and the criminal justice field.

Managing Security Around the Globe

Following the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, many American corporations began scrambling to find new ways to protect their employees and facilities from harm.

College Launches Homeland Security Minor

A minor in Homeland Security Studies will be available for undergraduate students beginning in the Fall.

What Would Lady Justice Do?

What Would Lady Justice Do?
Sat, Apr 23, 2016
9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Lowman Student Center Theatre

The National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice will host a mini conference entitled “What Would Lady Justice Do?” to explore how justice is implemented throughout the criminal justice system.

National Defense University Provides Insider Post for Washington Politics

A lifelong resident of Texas, Krystal Cox is spending her internship in Washington, D.C., getting an insider’s view of politics as a research assistant at the National Defense University.

Real Talk w/CJ: Linsley Rivas, St. Jerome’s Home for Children

Real Talk w/CJ

Lead Case Manager Linsley Rivas of St. Jerome’s Home for Children will discuss serving unaccompanied refugee youth who come to the U.S. to escape war, poverty and neglect.

Tue, Apr 19, 2016
Hazel B. Kerper Courtroom

Unaccompanied refugee youth from around the world come to St. Jerome’s Home for Children in the Houston region to find a nurturing environment away from war, poverty, and neglect.

Making a Positive Step to Assist Juveniles

Senior Tonya McClinton took a positive step toward her future career during her internship this spring.

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