College Produces Third Journal

A third journal - this one on school violence - will be co-produced by faculty at the College of Criminal Justice, adding to the number of peer-reviewed publications on qualitative criminology and psychology in criminal justice already edited by professors at the institution.

Dr. Ryan Randa, who has published scholarly articles on bullying and cyberbullying, was recently named co-editor of the Journal of School Violence, which he will produce along with Dr. Brad Reyns of Weber State University in Utah. The journal examines urgent issues involving school violence, such as threat assessments, hostage situations, stalking behaviors, and student safety. It helps to guide administrators and policy makers on effective ways to deal with school safety issues and provides insight on social policy, staff training and international cross-culture studies.

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