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International Policing

Each summer, students have the opportunity to travel and gain firsthand knowledge of the Criminal Justice system on a global level when they enroll in CJ 598: International Policing, Safety, and Leadership, taught by Professor Douglas S. Collier and Dr. Brian Lockwood.

The London Experience

In collaboration with the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police (NJSACOP) and personnel from the UK College of Policing, students in the criminal justice graduate program can gain exposure to international policing through a Summer study abroad experience. Students meet with officials of the US Embassy in London, New Scotland Yard, the National Police Coordination Centre, and Tottenham Hotspur stadium. Visiting these locations and interacting with UK officials provides students with valuable networking opportunities and an unforgettable global education experience.

Quantico, Virginia

Students experience a two-day trip to Quantico, Virginia to tour the elite federal law enforcement training academies of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). During the trip, students attend presentations from Special Agents, Intelligence Research Analysts, Diversion Investigators, Program Analysts, Crime Scene Technicians, Laboratory Scientists, and many more. Students will also visit Hogan’s Alley, a realistic tactical training facility for the DEA and FBI.

For more information, please contact Professor Doug Collier. Additional fees required for travel expenses.