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Department of Criminal Justice News
Criminal Justice Assistant Professor Luke William Hunt served as an expert on WFXR 21/27’s morning show on Feb. 5, where he discussed the current Russian investigation.
Radford University professors provided their expertise to a variety of media outlets.
Two criminal justice professors are using their significant experience working with police over the last two decades to implement Stratified Policing and evidence-based crime reduction as well as improve community engagement in local police departments and sheriff’s offices in Southwest Virginia.
In an encore presentation, Radford University Criminal Justice Professor Egan Green discusses a range of rural criminology topics on an episode of the NPR radio program “With Good Reason.”
In a unique collaboration, ‘Shawn Smith, assistant professor of criminal justice, and West Bowers, associate professor of media studies, presented the opportunity to graduate students to produce and create a three-episode podcast series focusing on policy and justice in the United States.
Students put theories and principles into practice when they undertook an emergency response exercise on Dec. 5 and 7.
Two Radford University professors provided their expertise to two local media outlets.
The media greeted criminal justice students as they entered a crime scene practical training exercise at Radford University – and just like that – their practicum was underway.
Luke William Hunt, assistant professor of Criminal Justice at Radford University, was interviewed by Canada TV, which has Canada’s only nationally broadcast morning show, regarding the terror attack in New York City.
Criminal Justice Professor Tod Burke’s Criminal Investigative Theory class walked into a middle of a mock crime scene, where students used the same methods and practices as real police officers in analyzing and securing a crime scene. WDBJ7 covered the hands-on practicum.
Department of Criminal Justice Announcements
The Department of Criminal Justice hosted an open house for high school seniors and their families.