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American Society for Public Administration - Criminal Justice 

"We are a network of scholars, practitioners, students and policymakers from across the world who are dedicated to advancing knowledge and practice regarding the intersection between public administration and criminal justice. We strive to engage with our own communities, as well as policymakers, practitioners, students, and the public to inform our individual and collective efforts. To that goal, we identify and disseminate research and practical tools that will aid in improving criminal justice and public administration research and practice."

"If you have knowledge, let others light their candle in it" 


~ Margaret Fuller ~

ASPA-Criminal Justice Hosted Events

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ASPA-Criminal Justice is eager to collaborate with passionate individuals and organizations to deliver impactful knowledge and insights through engaging webinars! Are you an expert in a specific area of criminal justice, have groundbreaking research to share, or have a unique perspective on a pressing issue?


We invite you to partner with us to host a webinar on a topic that resonates with your expertise and aligns with our mission of advancing the field of criminal justice. Whether you're a seasoned professional, a budding researcher, or a dedicated advocate, we welcome your contributions. We believe that by sharing knowledge and fostering dialogue, we can collectively contribute to a more informed and just criminal justice system.


Don't hesitate to reach out to us! We are excited to hear your ideas and explore the possibility of hosting a meaningful webinar together.

Want to learn about the American Society for Public Administration?

Interested in becoming a member of the Criminal Justice Section of ASPA?

Click here for more information regarding membership and services.

The Criminal Justice Section of ASPA- would like to extend a special thank you to Laura Huey and Brenda Bond for their diligence and dedication to building this website and reviving the ASPA-Criminal Justice Section.

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