Category Archives: Criminal Justice

Safety Tips by Criminal Justice Students and EOD Trained Dogs Demonstration

If you saw something out of the ordinary that looked suspicious, do you know how you would handle it? If a dangerous situation took place at work or school, would you know what to do? In an attempt to ensure that members of the campus community at Minnesota School of Business-Brooklyn Center do, in fact,
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Local Business Benefits from MSB Student-led Security Analysis

Criminal justice students from Minnesota School of Business-Elk River, Wendy Brown and Amy Skog, recently completed an applied learning project in their Security class summer quarter. They had an opportunity to partner with Jay Stemler of Retail Design Services (RDS), a local business that helps retailers like Gap, Inc. to promote their brand in a
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MSB-Elk River Criminal Justice Students Tour Rush City Correctional Facility

Criminal justice students in Janell Trocke’s Evidence-based Corrections and Security Threat Groups in Criminal Justice classes from Minnesota School of Business-Elk River (MSB) headed up to Rush City Correctional Facility to take a tour and learn about the career opportunities available. The students had an incredible experience touring and learning about the facility. They explained that everything that
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MSB Community Manager Gets Firsthand Experience of National Guard Training at Camp Ripley

Recently, Nicole Rasmussen, Minnesota School of Business-Elk River’s (MSB) community manager, was able to experience and witness National Guard training firsthand. Through a continuing partnership with the Army National Guard office in Elk River, Rasmussen was invited to attend an all-day event at Camp Ripley as their guest and part of an event lead by the
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Central Minnesota Sexual Assault Center on Campus to Spread Awareness

Sexual abuse and assault is a difficult and sensitive topic to discuss. Unfortunately, this is one of the reasons why 70 percent of victims do not come forward. Minnesota School of Business-St. Cloud (MSB) Criminal Justice Program Chair Laurie Rosas invited staff members from the Central Minnesota Sexual Assault Center (CMSAC) to educate students, staff and faculty
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Criminal Minds: A Chat with Criminal Justice Program Chair Laurie Rosas

Laurie Rosas has spent much of her professional career involved with those on the wrong side of the justice system. Criminal justice program (CJ) chair at the Minnesota School of Business-St. Cloud, Rosas uses her wide range of experiences to show students the variety of careers available to those with a CJ degree and also
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Law and Order: Up Close and Personal for Criminal Justice Students

St. Cloud is home to the Minnesota Correctional Facility (MCF-St. Cloud), better known locally as the “Reformatory,” and Minnesota School of Business criminal justice students recently toured the site to learn more about the prison environment and its wide variety of employment opportunities. Originally built in 1898 and the oldest facility in the state, the
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4 Secrets to Excelling in a Criminal Justice Degree Program

For students seeking a criminal justice degree, college is an exciting and busy experience. Luckily, we’ve pulled together four secrets that will help you excel in criminal justice school. 1.  You Can Fill Your Resume While in SchoolAs you’ve probably heard many times before, experience is one of the most important pieces to landing many
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Criminal Justice Students Experience Crime Scene Investigation Techniques

It might very well be every criminal justice student’s secret fantasy to walk in the shoes of TV’s Gil Grissom on the popular drama, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Recently, Minnesota School of Business students had the opportunity to do just that when CSI: The Experience® came to the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota. An
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Criminal Justice Students Get an Opportunity to Work with Canterbury Park

One of the things that students enjoy most about attending Minnesota School of Business is the ability to apply what they have learned in the community. Recently, the criminal justice students from Minnesota School of Business-Lakeville got the chance to turn what they are learning into real life experience when they visited Canterbury Park. Risk
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