The department is the first program of criminal justice established in comprehensive university other than police train school. Under the auspice of the College of Education is another feature, since our graduates can earn educational credits easier to be a middle school teacher.
The department also includes regular master program, in-service master program, and Ph. D program to train high quality criminal justice practitioners. The in-service graduate students currently hold positions such as school principals, teacher, counselors, social workers, police officers, prosecutors, judges, probation officers, investigators, etc. The department also create opportunity to learn from each other.
The department have been establishing cooperative relationship with the government agencies, such as the Health Administration, the Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Education, the Child Bureau, the Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse Council, and Drug Prevention Bureau etc. Based on the relationship, the department can help to establish well-design and evidence-based programs to reduce crimes.