The Criminal Justice Institute is pleased to unveil its all-new redesigned website, now live at www.cji.edu.

Working with Team SI, a digital marketing firm in Little Rock, our staff has been hard at work making the website more informative and useful to practitioners. Our goal with this new website design is to create a user-friendly browsing experience with an uncluttered design that is easy to navigate.

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Highlights of the new CJI website include:

Who Are You? An Arkansas law enforcement officer? A school resource officer? A jail administrator? By answering this simple question on the home page, you will be directed to a comprehensive list of available courses.

Searchable Database of Courses. Our improved search functionality will direct you to the information most relevant to you. Now you can search for courses in a variety of ways—the date of a class, the course subject, online or classroom-based, or the course location.

Detailed Course Information. All of the information you need about a class is highlighted on the class’s own unique page, featuring information such the class description, class times, location, credit hours, eligibility, prerequisites, and contact information.

Need to Cancel Your Registration? It’s easy! We have added a cancellation button on each class page that will assist you in conveniently cancelling a registration when a scheduling conflict occurs. In many instances, CJI courses fill to capacity. By cancelling your registration in advance when you are unable to attend a course, CJI staff can ensure that those on the waiting list are given the opportunity to participate.

Fully Responsive. The new website is also fully responsive with mobile devices, making it easy to navigate on a wide range of web browsers and portable devices.

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The CJI website will be updated regularly with news posts, announcements, publications and other vital resources. Please check the website on a regular basis for up-to-date information.

We will also continue to communicate regularly through Facebook, Twitter, and our e-newsletters. To stay aware of announcements and training opportunities, sign up for our e-newsletter mailing list, which is featured on the homepage of the new website.