Criminal Justice Club

Formed in 2009 with the growth of the criminal justice major, the club creates cohesion between new students and current students who have a common interest in criminal justice. All students who are interested in criminal justice discussions, events and speakers are welcome.

The Criminal Justice Club is involved with fundraisers that sponsor organizations like Puppies Behind Bars, which is a charity that involves privileged inmates to raise puppies into service dogs. These service dogs are assigned to wounded war veterans to help guide them through everyday life. The club also hosts events that deal with current criminal justice related issues.


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