Criminal Justice Law Forum
Human behavior should be an integral part of any criminal justice and law studies. Everything we do, every choice we make, every crime...it is all behavior, good or bad. This part of the forum is here to raise human behavior topics of interest to students of justice and law or to discuss questions and whatnot related to the Human Behavior pages on this site.
This forum is a catch-all for discussing topics not otherwise included elsewhere. Use this forum for general questions about the site, complaints, gripes, and moans, or any other reason beyond the reasonable. For reasonable discussions about specific topics, please use the appropriate forum. Thanks.
This forum is for those interested in Careers in the field of criminal justice. Whether teaching or training, studying or seeking employment, we hope all can make positive connections here.
For anyone seeking a law degree or wanting to help them out, this forum provides a place to discuss career issues, paths, opportunities, and news.
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A forum for anyone interested in corrections, whether actively working in the field or simply curious. Here we will post questions and articles related to prison issues around the world, successes, and news.
For law enforcement professionals and those working closely with them. We will address the issues facing law enforcement today, ask pointed questions, and seek solutions. We hope that many active police and other agency professionals use this forum to engage in productive discussions and/or debates.
This forum is for those interested in criminal law. We hope to see criminal defense attorney's and students form lively debates about current and future laws impacting the justice system.
A place for discussions about crime, whether from a philosophical point-of-view or actual crimes. We hope that this forum will stimulate solutions to the growing crime problem in many parts of the world.
A global society must find a way to cross boundaries and resolve conflicts threatening the entire planet. In this forum, we would like to engage readers with problems and solutions related to criminal justice and law on a global scale.