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Caitlin Matekel has been honored as volunteer of the year by the Arizona Department of Corrections Florence complex.

ASU criminology and criminal justice professor Marie Griffin died Aug. 15 after fighting breast cancer. She was 49.

From preparing a national toolkit for police use of body-worn cameras to creating a culture of prevention, our faculty and students have been busy taking on the challenges of criminal justice practice in the 21st century. Read more in the summer 2016 magazine.

EDITORS NOTE: Francisco Fernandez is a senior in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice.

"The DNA is a match."

ASU researchers study and promote a safer, more just society

Thousands of people turned out for a fundraiser honoring alum David Glasser who was killed in the line of duty last week.

Editor's note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2016 commencement.

A study just published by the American Journal of Psychiatry finds that teenage boys who smoked pot at least once a week were at increased risk of experiencing subclinical paranoia and hallucinatio

ASU School of Criminology and Criminal Justice professor Michael Reisig received the 2016 Outstanding Graduate Alumni Scholar award from Washington State University's Criminal Justice and Cri

More than 150 ASU students, faculty and staff cleaned alleys and repainted murals in the Westwood community of central Phoenix Saturday, March 19.  The day of service effort is one of many ways the

The U.S. prison system is retreating from an era of force and punishment and is starting to think once again about education and rehabilitation programs.

ASU School of Criminology and Criminal Justice professors Michael White and Hank Fradella provide a closer examination of police reform in New York City.

The Arizona Department of Corrections is streamlining the hiring process and giving college graduates a starting position with higher pay. Charles Ryan, director of the Arizona Department of Correc

The dinner conversation at the Terrill-Pizzaro household is often lively and robust, sometimes taking on the dynamic of good cop/bad cop. Sometimes literally.

Six months before the events of Ferguson, Missouri, made officer-involved shootings the focal point of national debate, the Phoenix Police Department was already examining its own incidents involvi

The dinner conversation at the Terrill-Pizarro household is often lively and robust, sometimes taking on the dynamic of good cop/bad cop. Sometimes literally.

For the second year in a row, the online master’s degree  program at the ASU School of Criminology and Criminal Justice was recognized as one of the best in the country with a number two ranking by

Coveted trips with his father to Las Vegas would ultimately help shape Nick Morello’s career path.

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