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Patricia Williams was 19 years old when her mother was seen getting into a car near the intersection of 21st and Campbell avenues in Phoenix, on Nov. 25, 1993. She has never been seen again.

Arizona State University criminology professor Scott Decker has been selected to serve on the board of the Bureau of Justice Assistance Law Enforcement Forecasting Group.

Arizona State University President Michael Crow joined Arizona Western College (AWC) President Glenn Mayle in Yuma Tuesday to announce a new partnership between the schools.

The Phoenix Police department will review how officers handle foot pursuits following an analysis of officer-involved shootings by ASU's Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety, a resea

It’s a phrase most people have heard time and again on television crime shows.

Kevin Wright, assistant professor of criminology and criminal justice, makes the comparison of poor communities, prisons and the need for reform in both to improve our communities and reduce recidi

In the complex world of policing, new approaches are constantly emerging and evolving. Dr. Scott H.

In the grips of long-term drought, the Colorado River Basin and the cities that rely on its water face unprecedented challenges and significant uncertainty with a warming climate and large-scale la

Editor's note: As ASU gears up for the start of classes this week, our reporters are spotlighting scenes around its campuses.

Editor's note: As ASU gears up for the start of classes this week, our reporters are spotlighting scenes around its campuses.

ASU criminology and criminal justice professors Alyssa Chamberlain and Danielle Wallace wanted to find out how the release of large numbers of parolees in a concentrated area affected their chances

A Foundation professor in the ASU School of Criminology and Criminal Justice is the lead author of a new report analyzing police stops in Missouri.

Students at Arizona Western College’s Yuma campus will be able to complete a bachelor’s degree thanks to a new partnership with Arizona State University.

Students at Arizona Western College’s Yuma campus will be able to complete a bachelor’s degree thanks to a new partnership with Arizona State University.

Two ASU criminology and criminal justice professors are the primary authors of a new online tool kit for police departments nationwide to implement the use of body-worn video cameras.

“About 40 percent of Arizona State University’s undergraduates are first-generation students,” said Laurie Mook in a recent interview.

Jillian Turanovic wants to find out how people cope after becoming victims of crime.

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