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Individuals of all ages love a good hero. It's one of the reasons why children fantasize about growing up to be cops and firefighters, or why people don't hesitate to thank the brave men and women of the military who risk everything for the country they love.

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Criminal justice programs at several universities bring together inmates and students.
College Students and Inmates Learn Criminal Justice Together

Criminal justice students at Keystone College have an unorthodox classroom: a prison.

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Rachel Jeantel was given a full ride to college.
Friend of Trayvon Martin Offered Full Ride to College

Radio show host Tom Joyner decided to give Rachel Jeantel the hope of a brighter future by offering her a full ride to college.

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Researchers are studying the human element of cyber crime.
Colleges Receive $10 Million Grant to Study Cyber Crime

The National Science Foundation recently announced that is will give a $10 million grant to the University of California San Diego, George Mason University and the International Computer Science Institute.

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Post 9/11, Homeland Security Degrees Maintain Popularity

Many students are striving to gain the skills they need to prevent another event like 9/11 from occurring in the future.
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Wednesday, Sep 12 2012 10:00 AM

Veteran Overcomes Obstacles to Earn Associate's Degree in Criminal Justice

After a suffering traumatic head injury, Vince Acevedo was willing to do whatever it took to earn a college degree.
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Wednesday, May 02 2012 12:23 PM

Seeking a Criminal Justice Degree? Many Schools are Offering Flexible Online and Weekend Programs

Individuals who are interested in pursuing careers in criminal justice have multiple disciplines from which to choose.
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Friday, Jul 08 2011 01:45 PM

Homeland Security Professionals Can Benefit From Earning Online Bachelor’s Degrees

Professionals who are trained in homeland security are required in a variety of organizations, including the Department of Homeland Security, other federal agencies, state and local governments as well as private industry and nonprofits.
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Friday, Jun 03 2011 04:25 PM

Earning a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice Can Improve Your Career Prospects

Professionals who work in criminal justice fields, such as probation officers and correctional treatment specialists, may want to consider earning a master's degree. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), a graduate credential is required for leadership positions in this industry.
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Tuesday, May 24 2011 04:14 PM

Conflict Studies Graduate Programs Offered for Arbitrators and Mediators

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, arbitrators, mediators and conciliators facilitate negotiation and conflict resolution through dialogue. These professionals resolve conflicts outside of the court system by mutual consent of the parties involved.
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Tuesday, Apr 05 2011 02:20 PM