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Christopher Rearley spent his life beating the odds. He was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy at age 6 and was permanently using a wheelchair by 11.

Anthony “Tony” Bess effectively worked to make sure a student who was facing military deployment was able to complete class requirements.

Domestic violence was already considered an epidemic long before COVID-19 impacted the world, but the pandemic has caused

A college student's frequent dream is that an internship is so successful that the employer offers him or her the chance to stay by accepting a great job upon graduation.

We sit down with Professor Edward Maguire of ASU's School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, a nationally known expert on police

The ongoing protests over racism in the United States have fueled conversations about the role of policing, including demands for officers to focus on “de-escalating” situations before they become

An Arizona State University associate professor of criminology and criminal justice will use a $200,000 National Science Foundation grant to assess risks of COVID-19 infection among incarcerated pe

The killing of George Floyd by a police officer and the subsequent protests around the country have fueled a national introspection about law enforcement in America. 

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“Defund the police” has been a popular rallying cry at recent protests across the nation.

In the United States, managing the tensions between the privileged, politically dominant classes of society and its politically, socially and economically disadvantaged classes, to which communitie

The premature death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer caught on video May 25 raises questions as to how a call to investigate a person suspected of forgery can end up in

To recognize alumni of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice (SCCJ) who have engaged their communities in exceptional

America’s criminal justice system was already in the process of reforming, but the COVID-19 pandemic could make further progress uncertain, especially if crime jumps when the shutdown ends, accordi

The logistical challenges of teaching a class inside a state prison are complicated enough during a typical semester, let alone one that includes a pandemic.

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There’s nothing like seeing professionals doing what they do where they actually do it to motivate a student toward making a satisfying career choice.

Three months before getting his bachelor’s degree, Quin Patterson had no desire to go to graduate school.

Karla Chicuate was intellectually acquainted with the morally evil practice of grooming, abducting and selling human beings for labor or sexual exploitation when she traveled in January to west Afr

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