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Register Now to Attend the Third Annual Prescription Drug Abuse Summit!

The goal of the summit is to help reduce the number of deaths and addictions caused by prescription drug misuse and abuse, by raising...READ MORE >

Are You a Graduate of CJI’s Crime Scene Technician Certificate Program?

  Rapid advances in the forensic sciences require even seasoned crime scene investigators to attend education and training...READ MORE >

The Rural Executive Management Institute (REMI) is coming to Little Rock!

One of the primary obstacles rural law enforcement managers must overcome when they accept a leadership position within their community is a lack of management training specific to their needs. Because crime has typically...READ MORE >

CJI's Newest Course Schedule Now Available

The Criminal Justice Institute is pleased to announce our new course schedule for Summer/Fall 2014,...READ MORE >

$800,000 Grant from FEMA Establishes National Cybersecurity Preparedness Consortium

Consortium will help U.S. states prevent, detect and respond to cyber attacks in a coordinated manner READ MORE >

Drug Endangered Children (DEC) Awareness ONLINE

Each year the health, welfare and future of hundreds, if not thousands, of Arkansas's children are jeopardized by caregivers who use, distribute...READ MORE >

Fee-Based Courses for Non-Arkansas Law Enforcement

Select programs of the Criminal Justice Institute are now available to law enforcement officers across the Nation! As a division of the University of Arkansas System, the Criminal Justice Institute (CJI) has...READ MORE >

CJI offers a variety of law enforcement education and training courses, both online and in a classroom, for police departments and sheriff’s offices. Our police training programs include drug interdiction, methamphetamine investigations, officer safety, law enforcement management and supervision, traffic safety, school resource officer programs, school safety, sexual assault, crime scene investigation (including bloodstain pattern training), and legal training for law enforcement officers.