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Reasons To Look Forward To Lee Joon Gi’s Role In Upcoming Drama “Criminal Minds”

Lee Joon Gi will be taking on the lead role of tvN’s “Criminal Minds” as Kim Hyun Joon, a talented crime scene investigator and profiler who works at the NCI. Although his character is sometimes misunderstood due to his tendency to show off and be mischievous, Kim Hyun Joon is a character who cares deeply about his team and possesses a strong sense of justice.

The actor’s role in the drama is attracting a great deal of interest, as this is his first contemporary work in about four years and the drama’s genre is similar to that of “Time Between Dog and Wolf,” a drama that is recognized to be one of Lee Joon Gi’s trademark works. Furthermore, as a widely acknowledged expert at action, fans are also looking forward to what kind of action scenes the actor will pull off for “Criminal Minds.”

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Lee Joon Gi Revealed To Be Learning Magic And Martial Arts To Perfect His Role In tvN’s “Criminal Minds”

Lee Joon Gi is known for giving his all for every role he plays, and his new character in “Criminal Minds” is no different!

Lee Joon Gi is currently busy filming for tvN’s first Wednesday-Thursday drama “Criminal Minds” as the leading man. His character is Kim Hyun Joon, a talented crime scene investigator and profiler who works as an agent of the NCI. Though he likes to show off and is full of mischief, he is also someone who is full of empathy and fights for justice for the victims he meets.

The actor is already known as a true professional who does everything he can to perfect his role, figuring out the fine details of his characters and studying them before cameras roll. For his upcoming role, the first thing he picked up was magic. His script required him to use magic tricks while helping child victims go through

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Poll: Louisiana residents largely support criminal justice reform proposals

More than half of Louisiana residents don’t think the state’s criminal justice system is fair, and many more say they support efforts to overhaul the system, including shorter sentences for some non-violent offenders, a new poll shows.

Researchers began last week releasing the findings of the 2017 Louisiana Survey, an annual poll on Louisiana residents’ views on various topics. Tuesday’s release is the third of six reports anticipated from the poll.

The Louisiana Survey is based off responses from 1,012 residents in live interviews by cellphone or landline from Feb. 23 to March 23. The margin of error is 3.1 percentage points.

About 34 percent of respondents said that they agreed with the statement that “Louisiana’s current criminal justice system is fair,” with a sharp divide between how black residents’ answered compared to their white counterparts.

Seven out of 10 black respondents said that they disagreed with the statement, while just four

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Poll: Louisiana residents believe crime on rise but largely support criminal justice reform proposals

Note: This story has been updated to correct a number was erroneously reported in the initial version of the report released by LSU.

Nearly two-thirds of Louisiana residents believe that crime in the state has been on the rise in the past five years, a new poll has found, despite federally-collected crime statistics that would suggest violent and property crime rates held relatively level during the period between 2010 and 2015.

Just six percent of respondents said they believe that crime has decreased, and 13 percent said they believe it’s about the same, the 2017 Louisiana Survey from LSU’s Public Policy Research Lab found.

But the most recent statistics available from the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting Program, which tracks the number of offenses that come to the attention of law enforcement for violent crime and property crime, shows that there has been little change in both during the overlapping period.

Louisiana’s violent

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FSU Criminal Justice students take top honors in national competition

FAIRMONT, W.Va. (WDTV) — Fairmont State University Criminal Justice students recently took top honors at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences/Alpha Phi Sigma National Conference in Kansas City, Mo. In fact, Fairmont State will be known as the Alpha Phi Sigma National Office for the next two years because three FSU students won the national election for the presidential slate of the organization and will serve a two-year term as its national officers.

The new national officers are Samuel Hamilton, President; Morganne Phillips, Secretary; and Phillip Sands, Treasurer. A student from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore will serve as Vice President.

“As the chapter advisor to Alpha Phi Sigma, I’m very pleased to announce that Fairmont State University students won the national election. The students will be involved in recruiting new chapters, maintaining communication with more than 300 chapters nationwide and planning the next two national conferences that will

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Daymar Institute hosts Criminal Justice Competition

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – (CLARKSVILLENOW) Criminal Justice students from across Middle Tennessee competed in the Mid Cumberland Criminal Justice Competition on the Clarksville Campus of Daymar Institute, Thursday, March 16. The competition was the the brain child of Kenwood High School Criminal Justice teacher Amy Shoopman. Students representing Criminal Justice programs at Kenwood High School, West Creek High School, Northwest High School, Stewart County High School, Hendersonville High School, McGavock High School and Springfield High School participated in the day long competition.

“I planned the competition to allow the students to showcase what they learned in class and through the club, and compete against students they normally wouldn’t get to compete against,” said Shoopman. “My students compete against each other all the time in the classroom. So this allows them to be challenged by a group that may have a different skill set or understanding of the topic.”

Students competed in

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MHS OEC to add Criminal Justice Program

Criminal justice programAt their Tuesday meeting, Monticello School Board approval an OEC Course of Study in Criminal Justice at the Monticello OEC, beginning in the 2017-18 school year.

The district was notified, earlier, by the Arkansas Office of Career Education that OEC had been approved to offer Criminal Justice.

Criminal Justice involves law enforcement, national security, crime scene investigation, criminal law and first responder training.

This instructional program prepares individuals to perform the duties of police and public security officers, including patrol and investigative activities, traffic control, crowd control, and public relations.

In order for students to be a completer of the Criminal Justice Program of Study they must complete Crime Scene Investigation, Introduction to Criminal Justice and Foundations of Law.

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North Point High School Criminal Justice Students Stand Out at Regional SkillsUSA Competition

The Charles County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to recognize the Criminal Justice Students at North Point High School for their outstanding efforts during the first stages of the 2017 SkillsUSA competitions, in which they performed well enough to advance to state competitions later this year.  On February 4, sixteen students from North Point competed against students from the Criminal Justice Program in St. Mary’s County at the SkillsUSA Regional Competition. The competition was divided into two categories: Criminal Justice and Crime Scene Investigations.

During the Criminal Justice portion, students were challenged on an individual basis and were scored on how well they handled a traffic stop, a burglary in progress, and a disturbance call. There was also a written test. Aidan Oakes won first place, Logan Steele won second place, and Jakob Gammons placed third, qualifying all

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LRU, CVCC team-up with criminal justice program

HICKORY – The path to a four-year degree in criminal justice got a little bit clearer for local students with a new articulation agreement between Catawba Valley Community College and Lenoir-Rhyne University.

The partnership will allow qualified students from the community college to transfer into the university’s Bachelor of Arts Criminal Justice program as juniors.

“With a bachelor degree they can go to the federal government or to state, so it gives them a stepping stone from here to there,” CVCC criminal justice instructor Seth Bailey said.

It’s a wide field of jobs criminal justice graduates can pursue including air marshal, police detective, sheriff deputy, blood spatter analyst, correctional officer, fish and game warden and information security analyst, according to the CVCC career coach.

“They could go probation parole. They could work security, work loss prevention and with a college degree you can move up quicker,”

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Criminal Face Recognition Technology Raises Controversy

New innovations in technology have improved crime scene investigation. Probably one of the most innovative yet would be the use of face recognition technology to identify and determine whether or not a suspect is a criminal. However, experts are not quite keen on the criminal face recognition technology and are questioning its accuracy.

Similar to most kinds of biometric database, face recognition technology is used to scan and record data of not only criminals but normal residents as well. A research from the Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China has published a system that could allegedly determine whether or not a scanned photo belongs to a criminal.

According to CNN, the FBI was able to launch a similar system of face recognition technology in 2015 which was used to ease their photo searches on a daily basis. The aim of this

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