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Laramie, WY 82071
2013 CRIMINAL JUSTICE AWARDS BANQUET
UW Campus Police Chief Mike Sampe presents Kourtnie Rodgers (L) and Shelby Olson (R), the first-ever WYSCOP scholarships generated from a new endowment from the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police to the Criminal Justice Dept. The scholarships are intended to help students defray the cost of their internships.
L-R, Adrienne Freng presents service awards to club officers Michael Barrett, Rudy Toman, and Malcolm Ervin at the Annual Criminal Justice Awards Banquet held April 25th.
"Investigate a World of Possibilities"
Exciting Careers in Criminal Justice!
Criminal Justice (CJ) is a social science that critically examines the causes and control of criminal behavior. The CJ Department is interdisciplinary: criminologists, political scientists, sociologists, psychologists, anthropologists, and many others contribute their knowledge to the field.
Our commitment is to provide a broad liberal arts education. We believe this will help prepare our students for a variety of professions, such as those in
- Local, State, & Federal Law Enforcement
- Court Administration
- Law School
- Probation & Parole
- The Military
- Homeland Security
- Private Security