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Criminal Justice Society

The Criminal Justice Society is a student organization in the Criminal Justice Program at Roosevelt University. All students taking courses in criminal justice at RU or who are interested in criminal justice are invited to participate. The CJ Society focuses on two objectives—engage in social justice community service and enhance professional opportunities for criminal justice students. The CJ Society schedules films, speakers, field trips for members, and holds an end-of-year party.

Members of the society can enjoy getting involved in the community, getting to know other students and faculty in the Criminal Justice Program,  learning more about the criminal justice system, making contacts with professionals in the field, and more.

As a member of the Criminal Justice Society, you are eligible to apply for membership to the national criminal justice honor society, Alpha Phi Sigma

Annual dues are $15  For more information about the Society contact one of the following officers:

President: Miranda Young
Vice President: Kimberly Davis
Secretary: Ana Fleming
Treasurer: Lucas Coker
Events Coordinator: Ted Weissberg
Faculty Advisor:LaDonna Long

Internships

The Criminal Justice Program offers several internships with local criminal justice agencies such as probation agencies and law enforcement. Students can also seek out additional criminal justice agencies and coordinate an internship.  Internships are worth 3 credit hours and require the student to work 8-10 hours each week with an agency and complete a project coordinated by the faculty advisor.  For more information contact CJ Program Director:  Dr. Tana McCoy


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