The article, entitled "Digital self-harm: What to do when kids cyberbully themselves," covers recent research by Dr. Meldrum, as well as commentary from other researchers and practitioners.
According to U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 Best Online Programs the online MSCJ program ranks 17th nationally and 14th among public universities.
See the flyer for information regarding the minimum eligibility requirements.
The article entitled, "Antecedents to Secondary-Like Psychopathy in Noninstitutionalized Youth," will appear in a forthcoming issue of the Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology.
Drs. D'Alessio and Stolzenberg recently authored the op-ed for The Crime Report. The authors suggest that increasing the number of Black police officers patrolling our streets can attenuate crime by improving relations between the police and members of the minority community.
CCJ Faculty discuss how prosecutors in Florida are paving the way for a more race-equitable, transparent and data-driven criminal-justice system.
Dr. Kutateladze recently authored the op-ed for The Crime Report. In it, he discusses several ways prosecutors can address the issue of racial disparities in prosecution.
Hillsborough County prosecutors can now measure the impact of their work beyond conviction rates and prison commitments to include things like fairness and efficiency.
Dr. Guerette will become eligible to collaborate with an international host institution on behalf of the U.S. State Department once the Covid pandemic subsides. His term will last three years.
Approximately 10% of Florida teenagers report having engaged in “digital self-harm” – they have cyberbullied themselves. It is an emerging form of self-harm that may be increasing among adolescents, according to a recent study led by Dr. Meldrum.