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ASU's School of Criminology and Criminal Justice provides great programs and advising and ranks 12th in the nation for its stellar offerings. The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice is a proud member of the ASU College of Public Programs. Check out the rest of the family's Facebook pages: ASU School of Community Resources and Development ASU School of Social Work ASU School of Public Affairs
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Any seniors on here attending the convocation on the 12th?
The LA Sheriff's Department is looking to hire our graduates and recent graduates. And it has a streamlined process to apply and interview. Check it out! http://lasdcareers.org/
Alpha Phi Sigma ASU will be hosting the San Diego Police Department in a special testing event. SDPD will be hiring for the position of POLICE OFFICER (Recruit) for their 2016 Academy. If you are interested in becoming a Police Officer for the City of San Diego then join Alpha Phi Sigma and the San Diego Police Department onSaturday, April 9th, 2016 at 9 AM at the ASU Downtown Phoenix Campus, UCENT 234. Visit www.sandiego.gov to apply and register for the exam.
Sign up for Arizona State University Police Department's upcoming Community Police Academy!
Invest in Public Service this #SunDevilGiving Day by donating to our School and help our students succeed! Donate here: www.asufoundation.org/pubserv
Alpha Phi Sigma ASU is now accepting applications!
Millions of youngsters telling their stories on any subject with Scorp. Just like talking or listening to someone here and now. All in videos that only take 15 seconds. Now, it's your turn! We are looking for Campus Ambassadors all over USA. Campus Ambassador is the first representative of Scorp in the target country to help us develop the app in the region. For further information contact us by email@example.com
Learn more about ASU's criminal justice honor society and how you can become a member at Alpha Phi Sigma ASU's upcoming info night!
HI- We are in need of a PAID Math 211 (Mathematics for Business Analysis) once or twice a week on campus or in Chandler. Please message me if interested. Thanks!
Hi- We are in need of a PAID tutor to help a student with Math 211. Please message me if you are familiar with that course and interested. Thanks!
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Get ready for the first Public Service Impact Talk of the spring semester! January 26th, at 6pm in Cronkite Theater. RSVP here: ow.ly/WUZGv
The Glendale Police Department is hiring (Dec 28 - Jan 24). Detective Michele Blanco and Detective Tom Sye will talk to ASU students about positions and the application process with the West Valley police agency. The recruiters will go over the testing process and what students need to know about background investigations including disqualifications. This event will be live streamed: https://connect.asu.edu/ccj-gpd/
Check out the Center for Violence Prevention and Community and Community Safety's latest study, featured on KJZZ Phoenix!
Hey students! Check out this great new opportunity from the Department of Homeland Security!
Don't miss the next Public Service Impact Talks coming up on 12/1! Make sure you RSVP here: http://ow.ly/UuAYk
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Brought to you by Alpha Phi Sigma, Alpha Sigma Alpha chapter, your local National Criminal Justice Honor's Society! Tucson Police Sgt. Alisa Cunningham will hold an interactive Q&A session that will focus on current issues facing women in law enforcement. The goal is to obtain feedback to help develop recommendations for Arizona agencies to recruit, train, mentor, support, retain and promote qualified woman in the law enforcement profession. The session is open to both men and women, and all feedback is appreciated. This event will also be live streamed for online students to participate. Women in Law Enforcement Monday, November 16, 2015 2 – 3 p.m. Cronkite 125