The Criminology Club at the University of Idaho is a club for criminology students and students interested in criminology who wish to learn more about the field and be involved in activities that are related to criminology and related fields.
Advisor: Matthew Grindal
Criminology Abroad is an eight-day intensive study-abroad experience over Spring Break in London or Amsterdam to study crime, law and justice in another country. Topics include comparative perspective on policing, vice, counterterrorism, courts, transnational crime and intergovernmental cooperation.
Director: Brian Wolf
Moscow Citizen’s Police Academy provides students with the opportunity to learn and experience the law enforcement profession. Course topics include but are not limited to police history, the criminal justice system, patrol procedures, traffic and drug enforcement, criminal investigations, use of force, firearms training and emergency vehicle operation. Partnership combines officer and faculty instruction on topics as it relates to real-world roles and functions of police.
Contact: Brian Wolf
Inside-Out courses bring traditional college students and incarcerated students together in an area correctional facility. Facilitating dialogue and education across profound social differences, this program ignites enthusiasm for learning, helps students find their voice, and challenges students to consider what good citizenship requires.
Contact: Omi Hodwitz