As occurs each mid-September, the login and password to the Member Only section has been changed. The login and password for 2018-2019 is in the letter sent after joining/renewing and is on your membership card.
Read summaries of artiles in The Crime Report from John Jay College. Selet Publications on the Information Exchange menu.
BE SURE TO REFRESH THE SITE BEFORE PROCEEDING. Click on "Upcoming Conference" under Quick Links (or the other link options) to go to the Fall Conference page. Please read the initial information carefully, especially if you are registering multiple persons. The current schedule follows the initial information and is then followed by the on-line registration [...]
Assistant Professor of Criminology position, Cal Poly Pomona. Go to the Job Announcements page and scroll down to the .pdf section. Articles and reports from the Pew Charitable Trust Public Safety Performance Report are summarized on the Publications page with a link to the website to view the articles/reports.
Membership in ACJRca runs from july 1st to the following June 30th. It is time to join or renew for 2018-2019. Support the Association's efforts to disseminate information of relevant criminal justice topics and provide forums to discuss current CJ issues. Go to the Membership menu and click on membership application. Discounts for multiyear memberships [...]
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Notes from the ACJRca Spring Conference are now available for review. The notes are preceded by the final schedule of speakers and panel topics. To view the notes, click on the "Conferences" menu option and scroll down to "Past Conference Information." Presentations will be available at a later date. Notes and Presentations from the Fall [...]
The Spring Conference concluded after an inspiring keynote address and five informative and energizing panels. Attendance was the highest in a number of years indicating the wisdom of moving to Oakland. The description of a mother's battle to get services for her mentally ill son deeply affected many attendees. Preliminary information on the Fall conference [...]