Center for Criminal Justice, Intelligence and Cybersecurity
The Center for Criminal Justice, Intelligence and Cybersecurity aligns the college’s related programs to create a complete college experience for students interested in a multi-faceted approach to the criminal justice and security fields. The Center offers students the most up-to-date academic experience and positions the College for local, state and federal partnerships. Students can also enroll in the SUNY Canton Corrections Academy and the David Sullivan - St. Lawrence County Law Enforcement Academy as part of their student experience.
The college has committed $10 million over five years to establish the center in Dana Hall, which is currently under renovation and slated to go back online in fall 2020. Part of the investment will fund several brand-new facilities, including a Criminal Investigation laboratory, a crime scene staging room, and a $500,000 state-of-the-art cybersecurity computer laboratory in Nevaldine Hall.
Elizabeth Brown, Ph.D.
Payson Hall 117A
34 Cornell Drive
Canton, NY 13617
Meet the talented and highly experienced faculty that teach our Criminal Justice courses.
The Academy is offered every summer in conjunction with the St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office and follows the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) approved guidelines.
We offer the Full-Time, and Refresher courses in Basic Police Training that is fully accredited by the New York State Bureau for Municipal Police, which awards a New York Basic Police Certificate upon completion.
The School of Science, Health & Criminal Justice offers nationally accredited programs providing a strong academic foundation along with applied technical skills.
Over $10 million in renovations are underway in Dana Hall, the future home of the Center. The brand-new facilities will include a Criminal Investigation laboratory, a crime scene staging room, and crime analysis technology.