Welcome to the Criminal Justice Club

We will have Club meetings at least once every 6 weeks to introduce you to a variety of individuals that are potential networking opportunities for you. Our first Club meeting will be announced soon. We have great expectations this year and are hoping for our lineup to include FBI personnel, Swat personnel, Chief of Police and a mock interview scenario with our Criminal Justice Chair, Professor Hildebrand and our Staff Club Leader, Professor Toler. More about these awesome individuals to come in the classroom meet and greet.

All ACC students pay a fee supporting Student Life and we want to utilize SL whenever possible. To become a member of the Criminal Justice Club follow the ACC Club Membership/ Student Life set up instructions.

When you sign up you will automatically be added as a member, and receive all of the updates regarding CJC activities and events.

*IMPORTANT* Even if you filled out a paper CJC application you will need to join the CJC using Student Life. Its easy and will simplify our membership communication.

The CJC President is Karen Flanders and she is very interested in knowing what events CJ students want on campus.

Letter to ACC Online Criminal Justice Students

Enrichment Events

Mock Interview

ACC Criminal Justice Club Presents Mock Interviews Tuesday, March 3rd at 6:30pm ACC Cypress Creek Campus Room 1102 Criminal Justice Club members will be able to watch as students respond to a mock Law Enforcement Interview. … Continue reading

Police Chief Art Acevedo

Presentation by Austin Police Chief Art Acevado

Update: The event has moved to Tuesday, February 17, 2015. The Criminal Justice Club (CJC) will host a presentation by Austin Police Chief Art Acevado, Wednesday, February 17th at 6:00pm The CJ Enrichment Event with the Chief will be held at the Eastview Campus … Continue reading

Dark Side of Financial Investigations

CJ Club Fraud Seminar: Dark Side of Financial Investigations Date: 11/19/2014 Time: 6:30pm Edmond Martin is a retired Special Agent from the IRS Criminal Investigation Division, where he investigated fraud and money laundering schemes. Additionally from … Continue reading

Law Enforcement Career Pathways: Retired California Highway Patrol Chief Bridget Lott

ACC Criminal Justice Club Presents Law Enforcement Career Pathways: Retired California Highway Patrol Chief Bridget Lott Wednesday, October 29 6:30pm Highland Business Center Room #201 Highlights of Chief Lott’s CHP career Patrol, background investigator, sergeant – motorcycle, … Continue reading

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