Introducing The Norwich Online Criminal Justice Review

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Continuing Norwich University’s stance as a thought leader in criminal justice education, the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies has launched a criminal justice blog that covers facts, news, information, and trending topics within the field. The Norwich Online Criminal Justice Review is devoted to continuous involvement and education in the criminal justice profession.

Allison Crowson, a former police officer, and now at the helm of Norwich’s online criminal justice bachelor’s degree completion program, delves into topics ranging from career advancement tools and job requirement facts, to myths behind stereotypes. She also shares personal insight from her professional experience, including her many years as a criminal justice faculty member, and that of other individuals in the field. The blog appeals to those currently in the criminal justice profession and those interested in pursuing a career in criminal justice.

In these discussions, Norwich intends to highlight its mission of providing innovative learning opportunities. Crowson speaks on behalf of Norwich’s proud history of training leaders in the military, civilian public and private sector for nearly 200 years.

Norwich recently added the criminal justice online bachelor’s degree completion program to its degree offerings to meet student demand with academic excellence. The online criminal justice program is modeled off Norwich University’s longstanding on-campus curriculum, noted for its real-world training and academic rigor. Designed to help working professionals and lifelong learners achieve their educational and personal goals, the online criminal justice program can be completed in less than two years. 

Join us at our new blog as Norwich provides practical and useful education about criminal justice.