Modern society is fascinated with crime. It is everywhere, from the evening news, to the bestseller list, to prime-time television. But despite this fascination, few people have the knowledge and expertise to really understand the implications of crime and how to handle it within our society.
Blackboard Communication Centre
Current students please see the Criminology Blackboard Communication CentreÌýfor course information, program information, professional development, events, volunteer/job opportunities, electronic copies of the Criminology Student Handbook, checklists, application forms, etc.
The Criminology program at ÇïÏ¼Â×Àí will help you gain the skills needed for a satisfying career in the fields of criminal justice, policing, law, psychology as well as many other fulfilling career paths.
You'll learn with instructors who have experience on the front lines as lawyers, youth workers, police officers, policy makers and psychologists. They are passionate about issues such as Aboriginal justice, gambling and child abuse. Most of all they are compassionate professionals dedicated to helping you learn about the criminal mind, and the intricate system society has designed to deal with criminal behaviour.
Useful Resources & Checklists
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Program Advisor and General Enquiries: Patti Roos, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chair of Criminology: John Cater, email@example.com
Coordinator of the BA-Applied Criminology Programs:ÌýDr. Patrick LalondeÌýlalondep@douglascollege.caÌý
Coordinator of the Criminology Practicum Program: Dr. Andrew Reid, firstname.lastname@example.org
Coordinator of Criminology/Legal Studies: Dr. Caroline Greaves, email@example.com
Coordinator of Legal Studies: Graeme Bowbrick,Ìýbowbrickg@douglascollege.caÌýÌý