SAN DIEGO, CA. – According to numerous interviews with local law enforcement organizations, a new approach to criminal justice education is needed.
San Diego police officers and deputy sheriffs gave an inside perspective to the benefits and challenges of officer body cameras during a seminar and discussion at the University of San Diego.
There is a special bond that exists between law enforcement officers and the community they serve, and this bond has never been more important or more precarious than it is today.
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Erik Fritsvold, Associate Professor at USD’s Professional and Continuing Education, is joined by Brian Marvel, President of the San Diego Police Officer’s Association, to discuss the Fall 2015 launch of the university’s onli…
San Diego Union Tribune Article on USD’s New Masters in Law Enforcement and Public Safety Leadership
Reprinted from San Diego Uniton Tribute
LINDA VISTA — The University of San Diego is launching an online master’s degree this fall designed to help fill leadership gaps at local police agencies and elsewhere with instruction focused on skills such as communication, community engagement and management.