Rising High School Juniors & Seniors

Criminal Justice Camp will be held in June 2018 for the rising high school juniors and seniors in the classes of 2019 and 2020. Please check back periodically for updates.

  • Meet local law enforcement agents.
  • Attend sessions on crime scene evaluation, the 4 branches of the military, view vintage police cars, K-9 programs, and more.
  • Learn about degrees and careers in criminal justice.

What Is Criminal Justice Camp?

Criminal Justice Camp is a free, one-day event for rising high school juniors and seniors interested in careers in criminal justice.

The camp will be hosted by the Albertus Magnus College Office of Admission and the coordinator of Albertus' criminal justice program, Dr. Jay Lawrie.

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Check out coverage from last year's Criminal Justice Camp! Watch News Channel 8's coverage of the day.

Read an article from 2016’s Criminal Justice Camp! Read on New Haven Register.

The Program

Criminal Justice Camp will feature sessions in:

  • crime scene evaluation
  • the K-9 program
  • critical decision making
  • ethical awareness

An overview of possible career paths, paired with in-person testimonials from Albertus criminal justice alumni, will give you a strong sense of where an Albertus degree in criminal justice can lead you. Our alumni work in a variety of agencies, including:

  • Special Victims Unit
  • State Police
  • F.B.I.

Criminal Justice Camp will be held in June 2018 for the rising high school juniors and seniors in the classes of 2019 and 2020. Please check back periodically for updates.

Criminal Justice Camp is open only to high school juniors and seniors (the classes of 2019 and 2020).

Criminal Justice Camp: James Scott