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Department of Criminal Justice
From professional reasons to personal connections, faculty across campus share why they’re fond of certain works they penned.
Breanna Boppre channeled her childhood experience into a lifelong goal of bringing changes to the incarceration system in order to help people rebuild their lives.
Criminal justice professor Emily J. Salisbury studies how the treatment of inmates affects all of us.
Barbara Richards’ nine years of service captured her first-place honors in this year’s President’s Classified Employee of the Year competition.
Criminal Justice graduate Devron Brown's lesson in "adulting."
Brittnie Watkins excels at keeping multiple balls in the air as she earns four UNLV degrees, mothers two, and fulfills a state Supreme Court clerkship.
UNLV researchers made national headlines this year with their discoveries. Here's a round up of some of our top stories of 2015.
The admin assistant in UNLV's marketing & international business department is the first in her immediate family to earn a college degree.
Drone regulation may come down to better defining reasonable expectations of privacy.
Annual welcome event features TED-like motivational talks that inspire incoming students to make the most of their college experience.
Does it seem daunting to decide on your career path? Professor Emily Salisbury knows your pain. Here's her advice for Rebels trying to find their way.
Public support for body-worn cameras is high but many doubt they will improve police and citizen relationships, according to a new national survey by UNLV Center for Crime and Justice Policy.
As “Orange is the New Black” returns for a third season, UNLV criminologist Emily Salisbury talks about women in prison and what they need to succeed afterwards.
UNLV researchers team up with Las Vegas police department to study the effectiveness — and drawbacks — of officer body cameras.
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