Welcome to the GVSU School of Criminal Justice. As part of the College of Community and Public Service at Grand Valley State University we are focused on increasing the understanding of justice based issues for students, practitioners, policymakers and community members. The School of Criminal Justice offers undergraduate degree programs in criminal justice and legal studies as well as a graduate degree in criminal justice with special certification program in our police academy and military basic training academy.
The School of Criminal Justice faculty consists of full-time faculty and part-time adjunct faculty members providing a mixture of academic and professional perspectives across the areas of policing, courts, corrections, legal studies, law, juvenile justice, private security, social justice, criminological theory, public policy evaluation and cultural justice issues. Faculty members provide local, regional, national, and global perspectives of crime and justice issues in the classroom and through their scholarship.
Ambitious. Our students are dedicated to their studies in preparation for their careers in criminal justice and legal studies.
Helpful. The faculty provides a wide variety of intellect to help develop students knowledge for the future.
Flexible. With three undergrad degree tracks, criminal justice, legal studies, and the police academy, and one graduate program, the School of Criminal Justice is focused on the students interests.
2016-2017 GVSU Police Academy Information Sessions An Identical sessions will be held on September 27, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. in Allendale
1st Annual School of Criminal Justice Alumni Reception
Register Today! Juvenile Justice Vision 20/20 Fall 2016 Training Event - October 27 & 28, 2016
August 31, 2016
GV-Magazine - Jacquelynn Doyon-Martin, Ph.D. Assistant Professor in the School of Criminal Justice