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Category Archives: Criminal Justice
The evening of Friday, September 28, 2012, marked a new beginning for 33 graduates from Minnesota School of Business-Brooklyn Center as the quarterly graduation took place at Maple Grove High School. Of the 33 graduates, 21 participated in the ceremony. The evening began with a welcome from Andrew Kagol, … Continue reading
Broadview University, Globe University and Minnesota School of Business now offer a scholarship for police officers Criminal Justice Degree Online Eligible students must be employed as a police officer and be off probationary status. Retired police officers may also be eligible.The … Continue reading
The Sioux Falls, SD campus hosted legal day with a crime scene and a mock trial. High School students were able to learn all about a crime scene, how to process it, interview people, … Continue reading
Criminal Justice chair, Melissa Matusak and Identity Theft expert, Dick Bennett presented a wonderful informational session to the Green Bay campus. Anyone interested in learning more and/or signing up for Identity Theft protection can contact Dick Bennett at: (651) 332-8256 … Continue reading
Minnesota School of Business offers an AWESOME scholarship for police officers! Reduced tuition, reduced book fees, and maximum transfer credit for police academy training and work experience! Contact an admissions representative @ 1-877-303-6060 for more details! Continue reading
Minneapolis Criminal Justice chair Joe Vanasse, took his CJ300-Community Policing class to the Mpls./St.Paul International Airport. They learned about the different policing communities and how each department works differently. The students were invited to go on a police ride-along to see … Continue reading
Minneapolis Criminal Justice chair Joe Vanasse, had his students do a Service Learning Project at People Serving People. His students prepared a security assessment of the building/site and will be presenting their security recommendations later this month. Joe’s students are … Continue reading
Minneapolis Criminal Justice chair Joe Vanasse, took his students on a tour of Mystic Lake Casino. Students were given access to rarely seen areas of the casino, which included surveillance and operations rooms located in the basement level of the casino. … Continue reading
Criminal Justice chair Mike Lewis, took his CJ240 Corrections class on several great tours: Minnesota Corrections Facility, Faribault Rice County Jail/Annex, Rice County Our students got to see first hand what it was like to work in a correctional … Continue reading
Criminal Justice chair Mike Lewis, presented Dakota County Attorney Jim Backstrom as a guest speaker for his CJ205 Juvenile Justice class. Mr. Backstrom talked about what his office does, about juvenile laws and procedure, and also discussed several high profile juvenile cases in … Continue reading