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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 are moving!!!
The Department of Criminal Justice will no longer be located at 307 Adams Street. We will move to the new College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences building, located between Muse Hall and McConnell Library, to begin the fall 2016 semester. Most of our faculty members do not have on-campus offices for the summer. The following faculty will have an office on the second floor of Russell Hall for the summer:
Dr. Steve Owen - Room 245
Mrs. Lynn Arnold - Room 246
Dr. Lori Elis - Room 244
Dr. Nicole Hendrix - Room 243
News and Events
Radford University congratulates all graduating students and wishes them the best as they pursue their career goals and dreams. A few students have recently been mentioned in the news.
Lambda Alpha Epsilon's Chi Nu chapter of Radford University raised funds for the Radford City Police Department's K-9 unit.
Students enrolled in Criminal Investigation Theory participated in a mock crime scene on March 31, allowing them to use their knowledge in a practical field experience.
On March 24, students in the Department of Criminal Justice Emergency Management course conducted a mock biosecurity crisis simulation in Heth Hall.
Since 2010, Help Save the Next Girl (HSTNG) has grown from its grassroots into a national organization dedicated to combating sexual assault and abductions.
Tod Burke was honored in Vancouver, British Columbia, with the Richard Tewksbury Award, given for his contributions to criminal justice scholarship.
For students pursuing a graduate criminal justice degree, a Radford University education will be more accessible thanks to a new online program.
A real “dead man walking” told a horror story to a standing-room-only audience in the Hurlburt Student Center Auditorium Nov. 3.