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Criminal Justice

The study of criminal justice is a growing field, designed to help students obtain a better understanding of criminal offending and the processes in which the justice system undergoes in handling such cases. For students to understand criminal behavior it is very important to understand society. 

The criminal justice program (CRMJ) at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside primarily focuses on the American legal institution. Criminal justice provides a wide array of studies including criminology, policing, the courts, juvenile delinquency/juvenile justice, and corrections. In addition, those who are interested in a career in corrections, policing, victimology, terrorism and security, the courts, juvenile justice, and criminology will find the criminal justice major rewarding and a valuable asset which will contribute to a successful career.


ALL MAJORS AND PENDING MAJORS MUST ATTEND - If you fail to attend you will need to meet individually with your advisor to have your flag removed. Your flag will then be removed AFTER priority registration has begun. Many classes may be full by that time.

If you are graduating in May or August you need NOT attend.

Minors and intendeds are welcome to attend for informational purposes but their attendance is not mandatory.

Each session will last 45-60 minutes. 

Monday, March 23, 2015 at 12pm noon in MOLN D139
Monday, March 23, 2015 at 5pm in MOLN D132
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 at 12:30pm in MOLN D132

You must bring a PRINTED copy of your DARS. You will not be admitted if you do not have one. 

Contact the CRMJ Office with any questions.  262-595-3416 or

Connie Minton
Molinaro 367
(262) 595-3416

Criminal Justice Alumni

900 Wood Road · P.O. Box 2000 · Kenosha, WI 53141-2000 P 262-595-2345

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