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Welcome to the Department of Criminal Justice at Radford University!
Criminal justice involves the study of crime and the criminal justice system, and is an interdisciplinary and professionally-oriented academic discipline. Learn more about our programs and faculty.
We have moved!!!
The Department of Criminal Justice is now located in the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences building (CHBS building) located between Muse Hall and McConnell Library. New faculty office numbers are listed below and on their faculty webpage.
- Main Criminal Justice Office: 5402
- Rachel Santos, 5301
- Roberto Santos, 5305
- Jack Call, 5308
- Luke Hunt, 5311
- Lucy Hochstein, 5026
- Bakhitah Abdul-Ra’uf, 5027
- Lori Elis, 5028
- ‘Shawn Smith, 5401
- Maggie Pate, 5403
- Riane Bolin, 5405
- Stephen Owen, 5406
- Kristi Wilson, 5407
- Lynn Arnold, 5408
- Tod Burke, 5410
- Ben Wright, 5412
- Eric Snow, 5413
- Egan Green, 5038A
- Nicole Hendrix, 5038B
- Isaac Van Patten, 5038C
- Shelly Wagers, 4506
News and Events
Former police commander Roberto Santos joined the Radford University Department of Criminal Justice in August.
Radford University was featured in various news outlets during the past week.
The Department of Criminal Justice, which utilizes professional technology and practices in the new College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences building’s learning spaces, will host a career fair from 11 a.m. through 2 p.m. on Oct. 5 in the Muse Banquet Room.
A perfect storm of factors led Professor Rachel Santos to the Criminal Justice department at Radford University.
Radford University was recently featured in two media outlets.
Radford University was featured in a local media outlet.
Radford Criminal Justice Professor Tod Burke contributes as subject matter expert.
School of Communication Professor John Brummete spoke with the local media regarding the new College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences building at Radford University and Criminal Justice Professor Tod Burke spoke with two local media outlets regarding a double-stabbing that took place in Roanoke.
The primary focus for students and faculty this semester is to unlock the potential that having a forensic lab brings, as the new CHBS building features Radford University's first-ever forensic lab.