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The multicultural and multilingual faculty for the International Crime and Justice Program come from a broad range of departments, including  Sociology, Political Science, Criminal Justice, Law, Police Science, & Criminal Justice Administration, Anthropology, Economics, Psychology, African American Studies and Latin American & Latino/a Studies. They have written highly regarded books, articles and reports on international issues; served as consultants to the United Nations, World Bank, INTERPOL, USAID, DEA and other national and international organizations; obtained research funding from prestigious agencies; and received awards for their research and teaching.

For a list of current International Crime and Justice Faculty members, click here.