Department Chair: Henry F. Fradella
Department Office: Engineering Technology (ET) Room 232
Telephone: (562) 985‑4738
Faculty: Ryan G. Fischer, Henry F. Fradella, Judy Hails, Connie Ireland, Aili Malm, Khadija Monk, Harvey N. Morley, Dina Perrone, Robert Schug, Tracy Tolbert, Sam Torres, Brenda Vogel, John Wang
Undergraduate Advisor: Aili Malm
Graduate Advisor: Connie Ireland
Internship Coordinator: Daryl Meeks
Office Manager: Durrell Dew
Police Officer • Probation Officer • Claims Representative • Private Investigator • Customs Agent • Special Agent FBI • Health & Safety Inspector • Criminologist • Game Warden • Park Ranger • Alcohol-Tobacco-Firearms Agent • Correctional Officer • Paralegal • Immigration Inspector • Intelligence Analyst-CIA • Parole Officer • Teacher • Prison Administrator • Lawyer • Credit Investigator • Border Patrol Agent (Some of these careers require additional education or experience.) Various entry-level trainee positions in business and industry are available for graduates regardless of academic discipline.
The department works collaboratively to investigate, understand, and solve social problems related to crime through the interdisciplinary and comparative study of crime and criminal behavior, as well as the policies and systems designed to control criminality. Graduates are well-prepared to become agents of positive change in the justice system through evaluation, research, ethical practice, and dedicated service. Graduates are also prepared to pursue advanced degrees in criminology/criminal justice, law, public affairs, and related graduate fields.