The international Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences has selected Lutze, a WSU professor and expert in criminal justice, to receive the group’s prestigious Founder’s Award.
A WSU professor argues in a new book that now is the time to focus on better serving children and teens on the autism spectrum who become entwined in the juvenile justice system.
Data analysis of illegal sites that specialize in stolen credit card information reveals criminals want free tools and defraud each other.
WSU’s Zach Hamilton and Alex Kigerl are playing key roles in a national effort to free thousands of non-violent prisoners and help them transition smoothly to civilian life.
Described by one of his professors as “a powerful student role model,” senior Jordan Sykes has demonstrated his commitment to excellence in an array of scholarly and service activities.
Students in a Crime Prevention Strategies course at WSU collaborated with the Traffic Safety Commission to develop methods that put a halt to impaired driving.
Students in David Makin’s crime prevention strategies class use evidence-based research to help authorities combat crime and other public safety threats.
WSU postdoctoral researcher, Solmaz Amiri, is working on technology to help police predict break‑ins and burglaries in Spokane.
WSU researchers have found that marijuana legalization in Colorado and Washington has not hurt police effectiveness. In fact, clearance rates for certain crimes have improved.
By Addy Hatch, WSU College of Nursing
SPOKANE, Wash. – Two hundred patrol officers in the Cleveland police department will undergo training to recognize their subconscious biases using a simulator developed by an assistant professor in the WSU College of Nursing.