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“Our fight against human trafficking is one of the great human rights causes of our time, and the United States will continue to lead it…” – President Barack Obama, Sept. 25, 2012 ...

University of Georgia distinguished sociology research professor Ronald Simons and Leslie Gordon Simons, a professor and graduate coordinator in the Department of Human Development and Family...

Beginning in January, Arizona State University will offer selected high-demand undergraduate and graduate courses in Criminology and Criminal Justice and Nonprofit Leadership in the Tucson area...

Despite endless criticism since its founding in 1998, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) remains responsible for ensuring the global Internet's operational stability...

Jonathan Koppell, dean of ASU’s College of Public Programs and director of its School of Public Affairs, was formally inducted as a National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) Fellow on Nov....

Evidence of human trafficking through ads posted on a popular adult entertainment website is more prevalent than first thought, according to a new study published by Arizona State University....

Megan Salisbury, a high-achieving student in the School of Social Work at Arizona State University, has been selected as a recipient of the 2013 MLK Student Servant-Leadership award for her work...

People see it on television, in movies, and in newspaper headlines: a cop is fired for some sort of professional misconduct. But, the stereotypes most people are subjected to – officers beating up...

Arizona State University’s School of Public Affairs has launched a graduate certificate in participatory governance, the first of its kind. The program is aimed at students interested in designing...

Journalist's Resource, an open-access website that showcases and explains scholarly reports for reporters, educators and students, added a journal article from ASU professors Paul Lewis, Doris...

ASU professor Kathryn Mohrman was quoted in an article written by Elizabeth Redden, titled "U.S. Answer to Confucius Institutes," Nov. 2 in Inside Higher Ed.

The article examines the...

To quote Dianna M. Náñez reporting for The Arizona Republic, "Everyday superheroes such as Shela Hidalgo have the power to change the world."

The 22-year-old college student is among...

Substantive research on gangs and gang membership has taken place in the last 20 years.

Scott Decker, director of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, wanted to take this...

The media are known for their quick pace in wanting to inform the public of happenstance. Occasionally, this conflicts with the slower, more methodic pace of law enforcement.

Two recent...

Morrison Institute for Public Policy officially launched its Latino Center Oct. 22, with a mission to increase the state’s understanding of Latino issues as they relate to Arizona public policy,...

Candace French, a second year master’s student studying criminology and criminal justice at Arizona State University, dreams of a professional life devoted to serving tribal communities. She will...

A coalition of Arizona community-based health and human service providers has teamed with Arizona State University to advance efforts to increase the flow of diverse, bilingual and culturally...

Phoenix NPR station KJZZ profiled the Mesa Police Department testing the use of mini-cameras mounted on officer uniforms. The pen-sized cams record what the officer is seeing and can be used as...

Arizona State University is one of seven universities selected to lead a national initiative to assist China in meeting an urgent goal to prepare two million new social workers by 2020.

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Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Rebecca White Berch spoke to a criminal law procedure class taught by faculty associate Peter Gentala on the ASU Downtown campus, Sept. 27. Berch, a former...

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