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Recorded School of Criminology and Criminal Justice Events

 You will find links to career events, degree information sessions, special topics and guest lectures below.


Criminal Justice Jobs: FBI
January 24, 2014
What does it take to become an special agent? An FBI recruiter and special agent talk about different positions within the agency and what it takes to get hired by the FBI.
Criminal Justice Jobs: Federal Agent
November 22, 2013
Part 1: https://vimeo.com/85471995
Part 2: https://vimeo.com/85471996
Part 3: https://vimeo.com/85472480
Part 4: https://vimeo.com/85472481
Agents from three federal law enforcement agencies (US Postal Inspection, IRS Criminal Investigative Unit, Social Security Office of Investigations) talk about their jobs and what it takes to be a federal agent.
Criminal Justice Jobs: Corrections
November 7, 2014
The warden of one of Arizona’s largest prisons talks about what it takes to run a correctional facility and the many responsibilities involved.
Criminal Justice Jobs: Glendale Police
January 14, 2016
Detectives Michele Blanco and Tom Sye talked to students about working for the West Valley police agency and the application process. The recruiters also went over testing and what students need to know about background investigations including disqualifications.
Criminal Justice Jobs: San Diego Police
March 6, 2015
The San Diego Police Department is hiring 700 officers over a five-year period.  San Diego Police recruiters talk about job opportunities and what it takes to make it through the hiring process.
Criminal Justice Jobs: Campus Police
April 28, 2014
The Arizona State Police Department regularly hires recruits after they graduate from college.  Learn about what the job entails and what it takes to be a campus police officer.
Criminal Justice Jobs: Victim Advocate
Professionals from three different local agencies talk about the role of victim advocates and what it takes to do this difficult job.
Target Corporation Asset Protection Careers
There are twice as many criminal justice-related jobs in the private sector. Becky McLaughlin, Asset Protection market leader for Target in Arizona and New Mexico, is joined by colleagues to talk about careers and internships with Target. You might be surprised by what they look for in job candidates.
Criminal Justice Jobs: Nailing the Interview
The interview process can trip up many graduates. This panel of experts from the Mesa Police Department, Arizona Department of Public Safety and IRS Criminal Investigative Unit provide the insight on how to shine and provide tips on how to find and apply for law enforcement jobs at the local, state and federal level.
Careers in Criminal Law
Hosted by Alpha Phi Sigma, the school’s National Criminal Justice Honor Society, this event introduces student to the roles that prosecutors and public defenders play in the criminal justice system and what it takes for a career in criminal law.


4+1 Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree Info Session
http://links.asu.edu/crj4+1 Want a fast track to success in the criminal justice field? The ASU School of Criminology and Criminal Justice offers a 4 + 1 Bachelor’s/Master’s degree. It saves time and money and gives you an advantage over others without an advanced degree.  This information session covers who should consider the degree and what it entails.  Students who pursued an online and in-person master’s degree talk about their experience. 


EXONERATED Ray Krone: from death row to free man
November 20, 2014
Ray Krone was convicted of a crime he didn’t commit. He and juror Joe Hedgecock give a chilling account of their experiences with the criminal justice system, what went wrong and the lessons to be learned.
The U.S. Intelligence Community: An Overview
February 13, 2014
http://links.asu.edu/intelligence  passcode: intelligence
A former FBI agent who worked in counter terrorism talks about the different intelligence agencies in the federal government and the duties they perform.
Prosecutorial Discretion: Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery
February 6, 2014
This presentation walks you through how prosecutors charge crimes.


Real Interrogation: What Actually Happens When Cops Question Kids
February 14, 2013
Barry C. Feld, University of Minnesota Centennial Professor of Law, discusses the legal and ethical concerns of interviewing minors.
Peggy Giordano: Intimate Partner Violence in Young Adulthood
March 29, 2013
One of the leading experts on intimate partner violence (often referred to as domestic violence) presents a different perspective on the use of power, control and anger in relationships.