Several Keiser University Flagship campus Criminal Justice program students recently donated a variety of items to Northmore Elementary School in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Under the leadership of Professor Scott Addlesberger, the group collected supplies and sanitation items totaling approximately $750.00. “Every child should have a shot at success and be provided the tools to be happy, healthy and productive,” said Addlesberger. “One of the lessons we learn as part of our program is that it’s important to recognize the need to help others. A strong foundation of support limits issues that could bring individuals into the criminal justice system, and in this case we were thankful to help out the kids and their families by serving as a liaison between community needs and community response.”
Keiser University’s Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice provides preparation in many areas of the criminal justice system. Topics include but are not limited to deviant behavior, forensics, law enforcement and investigation, victimology, private security, corrections and juvenile justice and how components work together and are governed by laws, the Supreme Court and the U.S. Constitution. The exploration of the American criminal justice system culminates with an emphasis on research, analysis and the future of the system.