The Wilmington University Master of Science in Administration of Justice program sponsors and hosts regional seminars for criminal justice professionals. These programs are open to the Wilmington University graduate students in the Administration of Justice degree program.
The purpose of the seminar program is to bring regionally and nationally recognized experts on criminal justice topics to the New Castle campus as a source of training and education for the criminal justice professionals in the region. The full day seminars usually include morning snacks and lunch. Attendees receive a certificate of training from the Master of Science in Administration of Justice program. There is no charge for the seminar. Attendance is by invitation only due to limited seating. Criminal Justice professionals who wish to have their name added to the seminar mailing list should send an e-mail to the Criminal Justice Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include a complete mailing address and the name of the agency. No one will be admitted to a seminar without prior registration.
Seminar topics include:
- Terrorism: What Law Enforcement Needs to Know
- Homicide: Cold Cases, Notable Cases, Profiling Serial Killers
- Media Liaison in Crisis Situations
- Interview & Interrogation
- Critical Incident Stress
- Advanced Hostage Crisis Negotiations
- Women in Criminal Justice Seminars
Note: Please do not call to inquire about individual seminar dates. Each seminar is announced via personal letter that includes a registration form.
This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2016-2017 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2016 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.