On Friday, Dec. 17, Kerry Koch will walk across the stage and receive her diploma, commemorating her bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Studies. It will also be the six-year anniversary of her father’s death. To say it will be a serendipitous moment would be an understatement. Koch’s father, Dennis, passed away Dec. 17, 2015 at
St. Cloud State University’s Interdisciplinary Applications of Artificial Intelligence Emphasizing Public Safety: A Multi Campus Collaboration to Develop and Offer a Minnesota State System Wide Course on Applications of Artificial Intelligence across the Criminal Justice System collaborative course is one of six pitches that earned almost $25,000 in grant funding at the Minnesota State Educational Innovations 2021 Shark
Professors of Criminal Justice John D. Baker, J.D. and Shawn L. Williams, Ed.D. have been very busy outside of the classroom in recent weeks using their expertise and experience to speak to media on the trial of Derek Chauvin. Before becoming faculty in the Department of Criminal Justice, Baker and Williams banked nearly 30 years combined experience
Having spent over a decade in and around the courtroom as a criminal defense attorney, professor of Criminal Justice John Baker, J.D. possesses a deep understanding of a criminal trial. During the trial of Derek Chauvin, which is getting much national attention and on the minds of many, Baker is walking Husky community through the
Spending their entire lives together, three sets of identical twins found their way to St. Cloud State to pursue careers in law enforcement. Identical twins are a rare occurrence. Seeing identical twins around the campus of St. Cloud State University campus, even rarer. For the past year, the Department of Criminal Justice has three sets
Professors of Criminal Justice Mary Clifford and Shawn Williams have been named two of five panelists for an October 6 online presentation titled “What Should Policing Look Like? Anti-Racism Panel” hosted by of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s Universities (CSBSJU).
WJON — Being a law enforcement officer is a very challenging job even under the best of circumstances, but this year with the protests and rioting and calls for change by some have made it even more difficult. While established professionals are out on the job there’s another crop of future cops going through the Criminal Justice
Even during a 17-credit spring semester as a 2L student at St. Thomas School of Law, Trevor Brink knew when he got the call on April 7 he was ready: Two days later he was reporting for duty as the executive officer of his National Guard company and in charge of managing the Minnesota Department of
Professors of criminal justice John Baker, J.D. and Dr. Shawn Williams pooled together their knowledge, resources, and professional experience for a conversation on the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police.
Stacey Weinstein earned her bachelor’s and master’s degree in criminal justice and now teaches Department of Homeland Security federal employees physical tactics at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, Georgia.