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Department of Criminal Justice News

  1. Help Save the Next Girl founders to visit Radford University »

    2/2/2016

    Since 2010, Help Save the Next Girl (HSTNG) has grown from its grassroots into a national organization dedicated to combating sexual assault and abductions.

  2. Criminal justice goes online at Radford »

    12/3/2015

    For students pursuing a graduate criminal justice degree, a Radford University education will be more accessible thanks to a new online program.

  3. Death row exonoree spins real-life crime and horror story »

    11/12/2015

    A real “dead man walking” told a horror story to a standing-room-only audience in the Hurlburt Student Center Auditorium Nov. 3.

  4. Hispanic Heritage Month at Radford »

    9/24/2015

    Join the campus community and celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with a slate of commemorative events.

  5. Spanish Film Festival a highlight of Hispanic Heritage Month »

    9/14/2015

    Students, faculty and organizations around campus are preparing for this year's celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15.

  6. Professor emeritus shines light on capital punishment at home and abroad »

    6/24/2015

    For Mary Atwell, professor emeritus of criminal justice, capital punishment in the legal system has long been a research focus.

  7. Criminal justice students try their hand at "CSI" »

    4/8/2015

    Radford University criminal justice students once again had the chance to show their skills as crime scene investigators at this spring's mock crime scene event.

  8. Arson truck to visit campus to give criminal justice majors hands-on training »

    11/11/2014

    Radford University seniors in the criminal justice seminar "Arson Investigation" will be searching for those clues when the Virginia Department of Fire Programs' mobile burn trailer visits campus on Nov. 18.

  9. National artist and advocate to speak at Radford University about domestic violence »

    10/6/2014

    Zuleika Gonzalez, artist and national speaker and advocate for domestic violence survivors, will bring her message of strength and survival to Radford University this October in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

  10. Criminal justice students get a practical look at law enforcement in the nation’s capital »

    6/10/2014

    Radford University criminal justice students had the chance to experience law enforcement's role in Washington, D.C. during a special Maymester field course.

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