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If you’ve been paying attention in recent years, you might have noticed that just about everyone is losing your personal data. Even if you haven’t noticed (or maybe you just haven’t actually received a breach notice), I’m here to tell you that if you’re an American, your basic personal data is already for sale. What follows is a primer on what you can do to avoid becoming a victim of identity theft as a result of all this data (s)pillage.
Society today has an obsession with crime. Television shows that showcase crime solving tend to make us all feel like amateur detectives. But much of what we see and think about the criminal justice system is not entirely accurate. Whether you’re just interested in the inner workings of the criminal justice system or you are working toward your bachelor’s in Criminal Justice, it’s important to understand what is real and what is not.
We expose the top five myths about the criminal justice system in our latest infographic:
Getting your criminal justice degree means gaining a fundamental understanding of not only where the justice system stands now, but also how it has evolved. In our latest infographic, learn how crime analysis has changed for the better since 1784
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