Innovate: Projects List

The Student Services & Marketing Division develops and executes a wide variety of projects to serve its students as well as professionals in the field with the highest quality education in the most convenient ways possible for each individual. We remain a leader in the criminal justice field by actively marketing our programs and initiatives through a multi-media approach that best serves the needs of changing audience by providing them innovative and specialized ways to protect and serve our communities.

The main goals of our projects are to:

  • Guide prospective and existing students in career paths in the criminal justice field.
  • Innovate our offerings using a comprehensive marketing plan
  • Collaborate with departments across the College to provide a continuity of services that provide a lifetime of learning across the generations.

CJ Mandate

The CJ Mandate serves as both the alumni magazine for the College of Criminal Justice and the official news bulletin for the Criminal Justice Center. The Mandate is published four times a year, offering new updates from the College, alumni profiles, research projects, training and information from institutes, and recent publications from students, faculty and alumni. The newsletter is distributed via email to more than 22,000 alumni of the College and friends of the Center quarterly.

College of Criminal Justice Directory

The directory, located on the College of Criminal Justice Web site, is a comprehensive, interactive listing of all faculty and staff in the Criminal Justice Center, which provides easy access to personnel. The directory provides biographical information, curriculum vitaes and areas of expertise for all faculty members, as well as photos, titles, departments and contact information for all staff. It is the most popular destination for web visitors.

Center Program Signs

Many Center programs require signage for their conferences and other events. These signs are printed and placed throughout the Criminal Justice Center as well as off-site facilities to inform participants and visitors about events and provide directions to locations. These program signs range from large banners to easel size posters or letter-sized hand-outs and smaller directional offerings.

LEMIT Photography

The Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas hosts many program for law enforcement agencies in Texas, including Police, Sheriffs, Constables, School and College Police, Alcohol Beverage Control Agents, District Attorneys and Attorney General Offices; and Emergency Management Coordinators. A group photo is taken at every program and presented to participants.

Hotel Signs and Brochures

Does this need its own project or should it go under Center Program Signs? I could see it either way.

To help market the University Hotel to participants in Center programs, as well as guests and families of Sam Houston State University students, marketing brochures and ancillary materials are created for the venue, which includes the hotel and CJava Café. The brochures and materials, such as signs, menus and visitor guides, provide information about hotel services as well as highlights activities or events available in the area.

CJ Facebook

Located here, the Facebook page highlights stories, pictures, videos, job opportunities and events from the College and its affiliated programs on a daily basis, which are frequently shared by the University as well as our institutes' facebook sites. The site has more than 3,200 fans from all over the world and gets an average of about 7,000 "hits" every week during the academic year.

CJ Twitter

Located here, the Twitter page also highlight stories, pictures, videos, job opportunities and events from the College and its affiliated programs on a daily basis, which are frequently shared by the University and individual Twitter sites. This project began in August 2013 and has more than 100 fans.

CJ Blog

Located at CJ web site, the blog provides daily stories and events at the College. In addition to highlighting ongoing events for the College and its student organizations, the blog offers profiles of students, alumni, faculty and staff; summaries of research projects; stories on programs and initiatives at the College; and affiliated institutes and related projects in the criminal justice field.

Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice

Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice (APCJ) is an international, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed academic journal that examines the intersection of psychology and criminal justice. Dr. Randy Garner serves as editor of the journal, but it copyedited and produced by the marketing department. APCJ includes both print and electronic journal formats.

Student Services & Marketing Report

This interactive report provides a detailed look into the daily functions of Student Services and Marketing to see how we touch the lives of potential students, students, alumni, professionals and the public on a daily basis. It include key information about recruiting, retention, advertising, mass media and support services, as well as analytics, staffing and tasks performed.

Project EnCriPT

Project Encript is a new initiative at the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas to provide up to 50 online and live training courses for those in environmental enforcement, including law enforcement, code enforcer, sanitarians, and industry worker. The three year program, which is funded by the Environmental Protection Agency, involves a cooperative effort among LEMIT, DELTA and the marketing department. The marketing department has played a vital role in setting up the web site, courses, registration, forms, certificates and promotion for the new program.

Leadership Command College

The Leadership Command College is most comprehensive program offered by the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas to provide law enforcement executives with the knowledge and skills necessary for successful leadership in a modern law enforcement agency. Participants in the nine-week, three University program earn credits toward a college education, which makes them a prime audience for recruitment into graduate and undergraduate degree programs.

Saturdays @ Sam

The College of Criminal Justice offers its own activities during Saturdays @ Sam, the college's main visitation days for prospective students, which is held twice annually. The College presents its many programs with information, booths and handout and holds special presentation, such as experiencing a sobriety test using "drunk goggles."In addition, student organizations set up booths to greet prospective students and parents and discuss opportunities available through their programs.

American Parole & Probation Association Conferences

The American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) is an international association composed of members from the United States, Canada and other countries actively involved with pretrial, probation, parole and community-based corrections, in both criminal and juvenile justice arenas. All levels of government including federal, state/provincial, local and tribal agencies are counted among its constituents. Student Services attends this professional organization to recruit undergraduate and graduate students in the field. Advertising assists with the promotional materials for these conferences.

CJ Summer Camp

Every summer, we hold summer camps for high school students interested in criminal justice. The five day events include presentations by professionals in the field, hands-on skills in processing crime scenes, visits to the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office and Prison Museum and fun activities in the evenings. This year, more than 100 students participated in four sessions in July.

CJ Career Fair

Each year, we coordinate with Career Services to hold the CJ Career Fair, which attracts about 50 criminal justice agencies and organizations that are recruiting for jobs. The fair includes representatives from law enforcement, corrections, victim services, forensics and government and private security. The event has been very successful, leading to many interviews for students.

CJ Ambassadors

To represent the College at events and to mentor freshman interested in criminal justice, we created the CJ Ambassador program, selecting and directing upper classmen and women to serve as the official face of the College. The ambassadors assist at various events on campus and visit high schools to help recruit prospective students.

Alpha Phi Sigma

Alpha Phi Sigma at Sam Houston State University is the national honor society for criminal justice. Student Services assists them with mentorship and organization, as well as providing information on upcoming programs and events and participating in SHSU programs, such as Saturdays at SAM and Parent's Weekend. Advertising assists them with promoting their monthly meetings.

Real Talk w/CJ Speakers Series

Real Talk is a speaker series featuring professionals in various fields of the criminal justice system. The speakers, frequently SHSU alumni, talk about their career choice, provide information on activities involved in their job, and offer tips on the application and interviewing process. Real Talk is held at least four times a semester in the CJ Courtroom and live at www.cjcenter.org/live. The presentation is streamed live to a classroom at The Woodland Center and is available to all students who tune into the web site. The Real Talks will also be available on video, and professors frequently give extra credit for viewing presentation, helping to link academics to the real world.

Among Real Talk speakers were:

Photofax John Todaro 9-17-13
Houston Police Dept Gangs Unit Eric Vento 11-23-13
U.S. Postal Inspector Stephaine Harden 11-14-13
Louisiana Attorney and Former JAG Tom McCormick 2-10-14
Secret Service Terry Biehunko and Starbucks Security Steven Wood 3-20-14
U.S. Marshals/DPS Robert Garmon and James Thomas 4-17-14

Special Programs

When prominent professionals in the field accept invitations to speak with classes, we often extend those opportunities to all criminal justice students on campus. In the past, this has included a specialist on gangs in Texas prison; the head of the Houston DEA agency; a death penalty researcher from China; Parents of Murdered Children; and experts and authors on child abuse and stalking, to name a few.

The Woodlands Center Recruitment

To link students from Lone Star College and its University Center with Sam Houston State University, we have developed specific initiatives to encourage students to pursue their bachelor or master degree programs at SHSU, The Woodlands Center. Working closely with Dr. Janet Mullings at The Woodlands Center, we set up recruiting and advising events, career fairs and special presentations at the Woodlands facility. In addition, events at the Huntsville campus are broadcast live to a classroom at TWC.

Crime Victims' Institute

The Crime Victims' Institute is a legislatively created agency at SHSU that provides ongoing research on issues involving crime victims and their families. The institute produces six to eight research reports on victim issues annually that are sent to the state legislature, advocacy groups and the general public. This year, the web site was redesigned to optimize interactivity with its audience and to increase its offerings. The new web site, can be view here.

Zhejiang Police College Internship Guide

During the winter break, students in the Zhejiang Police College cohort participate in a five day internship with the Houston and Alvin Police Departments where they live with host families from the agencies. To prepare both students and host families for the experience, the ZPC students prepare a 50-page report outlining policies and procedures, introducing students to American policing and the department where they are assigned, and providing host families with background information on the students. That internship guide in compiled by the ZPC cohort and produced by the marketing department.

Zhejiang Police College Internship Final Report

During the winter break, students in the Zhejiang Police College cohort participate in a five day internship with the Houston and Alvin Police Departments where they live with host families from the agencies. Following the completion of the internship, a report is compiled by the ZPC cohort outlining what they learned from the internship and includes letters from officials from the police departments, the College of Criminal Justice and Zhejiang Police College on the importance of this international cooperative effort. The report is produced and printed by the marketing department.

Criminal Justice Jobs Page

We maintain a database of job opportunities in the various fields of criminal justice, including law enforcement, corrections, victim services, private security and academic positions. The jobs page, located on the front page of the College Web site, is updated weekly and has posted more than 1,100 professional jobs for students.

Women in Criminal Justice Conference

Sponsored by the Correctional Management Institute of Texas, this conference focuses on women employed in correctional system as support staff and managemnet, probation and parole officer, law enforcement state, court personal instiutional staff and criminal justice personne. The conference focuses on developing leaders, personal and professional goal and understanding trending criminal justice topics. Student Services attends the conference and recruits participants interested in pursing undergraduate or graduate degrees.

Leadership Inventory for Female Executives

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Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice & Criminology

The Journal of Qualitative Criminology is a peer reviewed, academic journal, which publishes high quality research that consists of original qualitative research, articles that deal with qualitative research methodologies, and book reviews relevant to both qualitative research and methodologies. It is edited by Dr. Willard Oliver and produced by the Marketing Department.

High School Recruiting

Student Services visits high school campuses throughout Texas to recruit new students, providing presentations, information and promotional materials.

College Recruiting

Student Services visits community college campuses throughout Texas to recruit new students, providing presentations, information and promotional materials.

Organization Recruiting

Student Services visits various organizations throughout Texas to recruit new students, providing presentations, information and promotional materials.

Lambda Alpha Epsilon

The American Criminal Justice Association is a national organization of criminal justice students, academics, and professionals with membership in over three quarters of the states in the nation.Student Services assists them with mentorship and organization, as well as providing information on upcoming programs and events and participating in SHSU programs, such as Saturdays at SAM and Parent's Weekend. Advertising assists them with promoting their monthly meetings.

National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice

NABCJ is dedicated to the purpose of acting upon the needs, concerns, and contributions of African Americans and other people of color as they relate to the administration of equal justice. Student Services assists them with mentorship and organization, as well as providing information on upcoming programs and events and participating in SHSU programs, such as Saturdays at SAM and Parent's Weekend. Advertising assists them with promoting their monthly meetings.

The Society of Forensic Science

The Society of Forensic Science is a special interest group at SHSU, consisting of individuals who are interested in working together to expand and share their knowledge of Forensic Science. The society participates in various volunteer and fundraising activities throughout the year. Student Services assists them with mentorship and organization, as well as providing information on upcoming programs and events and participating in SHSU programs, such as Saturdays at SAM and Parent's Weekend. Advertising assists them with promoting their monthly meetings.

Phi Alpha Delta

The purpose of Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity is to form a strong bond unitingstudents and teachers of the law with members of the Bench and Bar in a fraternal fellowship designed to advance the ideals of liberty and equal justice under law; to stimulate excellence in scholarship; to inspire the virtues of compassion and courage; to foster integrity and professional competence; to promote the welfare of its members; and to encourage their moral, intellectual, and cultural advancement; so that each member may enjoy a lifetime of honorable professional and public service. Student Services assists them with mentorship and organization, as well as providing information on upcoming programs and events and participating in SHSU programs, such as Saturdays at SAM and Parent's Weekend. Advertising assists them with promoting their monthly meetings.

Crime Victim Services Association

The purpose of the Crime Victim Services Alliance is to advance knowledgeand awareness of victim services as a movement and as a profession among students interested in the criminal justice system, crime victim rights, and crime victim services. CVSA members also participate in various volunteer activities throughout the year that benefit victims of crime. Student Services assists them with mentorship and organization, as well as providing information on upcoming programs and events and participating in SHSU programs, such as Saturdays at SAM and Parent's Weekend. Advertising assists them with promoting their monthly meetings.

Graduate Student Organization

The mission of GSO is to bring together graduate students at the College of Criminal Justice; to facilitate and encourage research and theory development related to criminal justice; to encourage appropriate and effective teaching techniques and practices for criminal justice courses; and to serve as a resource network for and to encourage interaction among the various entities within the College of Criminal Justice. Student Services assists them with mentorship and organization, as well as providing information on upcoming programs and events and participating in SHSU programs, such as Saturdays at SAM and Parent's Weekend. Advertising assists them with promoting their monthly meetings.

American Correctional Association Conference

The American Correctional Association is the oldest and largest international correctional association in the world, serving all disciplines within the corrections profession. It offers professional development, certification, standards, accreditation, networking, consulting, research, publications, conferences, exhibits, technology and testing. Student Services attends this professional organization's conferences to recruit undergraduate and graduate students in the field. Advertising assists with the promotional materials for these conferences.

College of Criminal Justice Web Site

The College of Criminal Justice Web site provides prospective students, students, alumni, professionals and the public with an extensive overview of our College, including Departments; Academic Programs; Online Programs; Faculty and Staff; Links/Forms/Resources; Scholarships; Internships; Study Abroad, Alumni and Friends; Camps and Conferences; Student Organizations, Professional Development and Training Institutes, Research Institutes, CJ Publications and the University Hotel. The site is updated and maintained regularly by the Marketing Department. The web site is located here.

Department of Forensic Science

The Department of Forensic Science Web site includes comprehensive information about the forensic programs offered at Sam Houston State University. It includes Academic Programs, Admissions, Faculty and Staff, Student Success, Scholarships, Laboratory Tools, Careers, and Alumni Updates. The site is maintained by the Marketing Department and updated with new content. The department's web site is located here.

Marketplace

Marketplace is Sam Houston State University's program to handle all sales online. In the College of Criminal Justice, Marketplace is used to process requests for dozens of programs and merchandise sold in the CJ Gift Shop, LEMIT and CMIT. Because of the unique nature of sales in our College, particularly in our professional institutes, the sites had to be created, built and managed by our Marketing Department.

Correctional Management Institute of Texas Web Site

The Correctional Management Institute of Texas, created in 1994, enhances corrections in adult and juvenile community and institutional corrections agencies by providing professional development programs and initiatives, high quality and relevant professional training, technical assistance, and research and program evaluations. The extensive web site includes a training calendar, secretariat associations, resource libraries, technical assistance, research services, scholarships, links, and exhibitors. The Marketing Department provides extensive support to the web site, including updates and maintainance, marketplace for programs, and new forms and applications. The site is located here.

Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas Web Site

The Bill Blackwood Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas is a nationally recognized Institute offering premiere professional development opportunities in policing. Since 1989, LEMIT has served law enforcement agencies in Texas, including Police, Sheriffs, Constables, School and College Police, Alcohol Beverage Control Agents, District Attorneys and Attorney General Offices; and Emergency Management Coordinators. The Web site includes professional training programs, research, publications, and merchandise. The Marketing Department provides extensive support to the web site, including updates and maintainance, marketplace for programs and merchandise, and new forms and applications. The web site is located here.

Impaired Driving Initiatives

Funded through a grant from the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), the Impaired Driving Initiatives' programs aim to save lives, prevent injuries, and reduce traffic-related health care and other economic costs by training and certifying Texas law enforcement officers as Drug Recognition Experts (DREs). Officers who undergo DRE training become skilled in detecting and identifying persons under the influence of drugs and in identifying the category or categories of drugs causing the impairment. IDI features programs for law enforcement, schools, employers and probation/parole officers. The The Marketing Department provides extensive support to the web site, including updates and maintainance, marketplace for programs and merchandise, and new forms and applications. The web site is located here.

Police Research Center

The Marketing Department provides support to the web site, including updates and maintainance and new databases for student research. The web site is located Texas Regional Center for Police Innovation Web Site

Funded by the U.S. Department of Justice's Office of Community-Oriented Policing Services (COPS), the Texas Regional Center for Policing Innovation (TRCP) at Sam Houston State University (SHSU) is responsible for providing training and dissemination of community policing materials to criminal justice agencies and community groups throughout the state. Additionally, the TRCPI provides technical assistance to a number of organizations, agencies, community groups, and other Regional Centers for Policing Innovation. The Marketing Department provides support to the web site, including updates and maintainance. The web site is located Southeast Texas Applied Forensic Science Facility

The Southeast Texas Applied Forensic Science Facility is a research facility with a predominant focus on the study of applications of forensic sciences to the human body. The knowledge developed here can be used by professionals in the field to help solve criminal cases and to develop the skills of future crime scene investigators. The Web site includes information on body donations, research, trainings, consultant services, internships, staff, volunteers and media stories. The Marketing Department provides support to the web site, including updates and maintainance, marketplace for programs and merchandise, and new forms and applications. The web site is located here.

University Hotel Web Site

Located in the Criminal Justice Center, University Hotel serves participants in Center programs, as well as guests and families of Sam Houston State University students. The Marketing Department maintains and updates the web site, including a redesign in 2010, which included new pictures and elements. The web site is located here.

College of Criminal Justice Digital Signs

The College of Criminal Justice Center has two digital signs located in the lobby and CJ Cafe, which provide ongoing information on events and programs at the College. The signs are based on a web program developed by the Marketing Department and are updated frequently. The web site for the signs is located here.

Beto Chair Lecture Archives

The Beto Chair was established in 1979 as an endowed chair in honor of Dr. George J. Beto. It has enriched the College of Criminal Justice and, since 1981, has made possible a lecture series by top scholars from the field of criminology & criminal justice. The presence of a distinguished person who has gained national eminence in criminal justice brings new vitality to learning experiences of students and faculty alike. The series contains formal and informal presentations from the 1980's through 2006. The Marketing Department maintains and updates a web site containing all lectures. The web site for the videos is located here

Beto Chair Lecture Series

The Beto Chair was established in 1979 as an endowed chair in honor of Dr. George J. Beto. It has enriched the College of Criminal Justice and, since 1981, has made possible a lecture series by top scholars from the field of criminology & criminal justice. The presence of a distinguished person who has gained national eminence in criminal justice brings new vitality to learning experiences of students and faculty alike. The Marketing Department provides stories for social media and media, develops posters and handouts, oversees live broadcast on the web, and promotes lectures on its web site on sliders, What's Happening and the calendar of events.

Association of Doctoral Programs in Criminology and Criminal Justice

The Association of Doctoral Programs in Criminology and Criminal Justice is comprised of universities and colleges offering the doctorate in criminal justice, criminology, and related areas of study. Membership is by invitation and is open to any program that either currently offers the doctorate or is in some stage of developing such a program. The members meet annually (in conjunction with the meetings of the American Society of Criminology), conduct an annual survey of doctoral program activities, and work to advance the interests of advanced study of crime and justice. The Marketing maintains and updates this site. The web site is located here.

Association of Paroling Authorities International

CMIT serves as the secretariat for several professional organizations, including the Association of Paroling Authorities International. The group is comprised of both individuals and organizations and represents parole professionals from more than 38 countries. It services include annual conferences, trainings and audio conferences as well as networking opportunities, listservs, a blog, education, and a quarterly newsletter. The Marketing Department maintains and updates this site. The web site is located here.

National Association of Probation Executives

CMIT serves as the secretariat for several professional organizations, including the National Association of Parole Executives. Founded in 1981, NAPE is a professional organization representing the chief executive officers of local, county, and state probation agencies. The Marketing Department maintains and updates this site. The web site is located here.

National Jail Leadership Command College

CMIT serves as the secretariat for several professional organizations, including the National Jail Leadership Command Academy. The organization provides training for succession preparation and the development of leadership skills for successful transitioning into senior leadership positions within jails. The Marketing Department maintains and updates this site. The web site is located here.

Texas Association for Court Administrators

CMIT serves as the secretariat for several professional organizations, including the Texas Association of Court Administrators. The organization encourages and promotes continuing education, assists in maintaining professional standards for court administration, and aids in identifying individual needs in the courts to improve the administration of justice. The Marketing Department maintains and updates this site. The web site is located here.

Texas Association of Drug Court Professionals

CMIT serves as the secretariat for several professional organizations, including the Texas Association of Drug Court Professionals. The non-profit organization strives to reduce substance abuse and crime by establishing and funding drug courts through collaborative community efforts. The Marketing Department maintains and updates this site. The web site is located here.

The Texas Jail Association

CMIT serves as the secretariat for several professional organizations, including the Texas Jail Association. The Marketing Department maintains and updates this site. Formed in 1986, the organization strives to provide a distinct and unified voice for correctional officers working in local jails. Its membership is comprised of Jail Administrators, Correctional Officers, Sheriffs, Support Staff, and other interested parties of the corrections profession in Texas. TJA's goals include networking, professionalism, leadership and advocacy. The Marketing Department maintains and updates this site. The web site is located here.

Texas Motivational Interviewing Cooperative

CMIT serves as the secretariat for several professional organizations, including the Texas Motivational Interviewing Cooperative. The organization consists of individuals who work in Texas correctional communities who wish to combine thier collective resources and skill sets to assist in building and sustaining the effective use of Motivational Interviewing (MI) among those who are in the Texas correctional system, which includes Adult and Juvenile Community Supervision (Probation) as well as those who are incarcerated. The Marketing Department maintains and updates this site. The web site is located here.

Houston Sexual Assault Kit Research Project Web Site

Funded by the National Institute of Justice, this "action-research" project examines unsubmitted sexual assault kits at the Houston Police Department. It explicitly involves multiple stakeholders in the process of diagnosing problems and then identifying appropriate responses. The project learns through research to improve existing processes. This approach is predicated on the idea that effective solutions demand a solid understanding of the context and sources of problems. The goals of the project include improving services for victims and holding offenders accountable. The Marketing department developed, maintains and updates the site. The web site is temporarily located here.

Incident Command Simulation Training Program Web Site

Incident Command Simulation Training is a program developed by and housed in the Bill Blackwood Law Enforcement Management Institute (LEMIT). It is a cutting-edge facility that provides the knowledge, skills, tools and state-of-the art technolgoy to test emergency management plans and people using simulations that are as close to a real time crisis as possible. Also at InCoSiT, you can decipher the unknown variables that could threaten recovery efforts and experience the real life rigors and stresses a crisis brings to those responsible for disaster response and management. The Marketing Department maintains and updates this site. The web site is located here.

International Police Program Web Site

The Criminal Justice Center at Sam Houston State University has developed a considerable number of sustainable relationships with law enforcement agencies from around the world called the International Police Program. The Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas builds on these relationships to enhance the opportunities for Texas law enforcement officers to understand the importance of international cooperation. Participants discover the impact of immigrant and overseas visitor issues affecting the American economy; learn about policing in the community and harmonious living. A series of professional symposiums will be conducted at LEMIT to discuss critical policing issues that affect us all.The Marketing Department maintains and updates this site. The web site is located here.

Criminal Justice Development Web Site

The Criminal Justice Center Development site is the database site that serves all web sites hosted by the Criminal Justice Center. The custom built site generates content, searchability and interaction within the center's web sites. For example, the site contain web templates for various publications, reports and pages, generates content for calendars and job pages, and fills in forms and applications, to name just a few. The web site is located here.

Association of Chinese Criminology and Criminal Justice in the US Web Site

The Association of Chinese Criminology and Criminal Justice in the United States (ACCCJ) is a non-profit, non-political organization for scholarly and professional activities. The purpose of ACCCJ is to promote Chinese criminology and criminal justice research, teaching, and learning among academic communities in the United States, China, Taiwan, and the rest of the world. Its mission is to establish and strengthen academic connections and exchanges among scholars, researchers, students and professionals from the United States and the rest of the world who are conducting research in Chinese criminology and criminal justice; to promote the fully-fledged development of research and studies in criminology and criminal justice in Chinese societies; and to mentor young scholars who are interested in comparative criminology and criminal justice involving Chinese societies. The Marketing Department created and maintained the web site until 2013, until it was relocated to a different university. The web site is located here.

CMIT Photography

The Correctional Management Institute of Texas hosts many program for correctional agencies in Texas and across the country, including federal, state and tribal institution, county jails, probation, parole, and community corrections. A group photo is taken at every program.

Miscellaneous Photography

The Marketing Department is frequently called upon to take individual photos for use on the web site, press releases, social media or for individual use. This includes photos for passports for traveling faculty and students; for faculty or student profiles; for international groups visiting the college; and for use in faculty publications.

Institute for Forensic Research Training and Innovation

Forensic Science Institute

Event Photography

Whenever there is an event at the College of Criminal Justice, the marketing department is there to photograph it for use on the web site, in press releases, in social media or for participant use. These includes such events as special speakers, trainings, community events, and conferences.