The modern justice system is not simple. It is complex. It consists of the following interrelated and interdependent pillars: academia, law enforcement, forensic services, the prosecution, the defense, the judiciary, and corrections. It also includes the civil justice system, where victims can compel investigations and damages when the criminal courts are not enough. For professionals who want to succeed in the justice system, preparation and education are essential.
All of our programs place an emphasis on the integration of scholarship, case assessment, and court testimony. Consequently, our programs are taught by qualified and ethical forensic professionals who routinely examine evidence and give expert testimony in court. We also teach using only the most current scientific methodology and literature.
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