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Department of Criminal Justice News
Media highlights student opportunities and professors' expertise.
On March 23, Jay Bienlien ’90 was promoted to Brigadier General.
As he crept through the night with nothing but a flashlight, Egan Green, professor of criminal justice, trod carefully – alligators were in the water around him. Suddenly, a splash was heard from a stick where his foot was headed. Except it wasn’t a stick. It was a gator.
Police officers of all ranks from around the region gathered at the City of Radford Council Chambers on Feb. 23 for a training session to learn from Radford University Criminal Justice Professor Rachel Santos and Assistant Professor Roberto Santos.
Professors serve as subject matter experts for local media outlets.
Radford University professors and students provided their expertise to media outlets.
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.”