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Criminal justice experts from the Western Hemisphere will examine the impact of violence in Latin America and the Caribbean and how to prevent it at a two-day conference held at the Arizona State U

Preliminary results from a survey of youths in Arizona show worrying trends concerning gun violence and drug use, according to a presentation at Arizona State University on Friday.

U.S. News and World Report ranked Arizona State University’s graduate degree programs within the College of Public Service and Community Solutions among some of the best in the nation.  

Professors from the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Arizona State University joined other scholars, criminal justice researchers and law enforcement leaders for a session in Washingto

A leading criminology association recognized the work of two Arizona State University criminology professors and the research of an ASU doctoral student. 

A Los Angeles man gets into an online gaming dispute over a $1.50 wager and retaliates by sending a SWAT team to his opponent’s home.

The 350 graduates who participated in Arizona State University's College of Public Service and Community Solutions Convocation received more than recognition for their degrees Tuesday night at Come

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall 2017 commencement.

The U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics awarded a Graduate Research Fellowship to School of Criminology and Criminal Justice doctoral candidate Chantal Fahmy.

Professor Michael White is one of the nation's leading experts on body-worn cameras.  He's also co-director of training and technical assistance for the U.S.

The sun-soaked campuses of Arizona State University are beautiful places to take college classes, but it’s an experience that’s not available to everyone.

Ramona Denby-Brinson is a professor and associate dean of research for the College of Public Service and Community Solutions.

Becca McCarthy entered the Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge because she wanted to gain more experience with policy outside of her classes. She got that and more.

Salvador Ortega is an ASU Online student with Arizona State University's College of Public Service and Community Solutions who lives in Franklin, Tennessee.

It's the school's biggest bash of the year. Free pizza, drinks and cookies! Not enough?

The story of cops and body-worn cameras changes constantly.

In the beginning, it was a way to placate community members outraged by a spate of police shootings in low-income areas.

ASU emergency-response experts discuss the operational challenges, dangers involved in moving people away from a wildfire

Representatives from 40 different police agencies in the U.S., Canada and Mexico are taking part in the inaugural conference of the American Society of Evidence-Based Policing.

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