Zodiac Killer Stats

May 13, 2013

This infographic illustrates interesting facts about the Zodiac killer. Image credit: My Criminal Justice Careers


Criminal Justice Degrees and the CSI Effect

February 7, 2013

Data depicts the steady increase of individuals seeking a criminal justice-related degree over the past 30 years. Recent interest in careers in crime scene investigation could be due to overall popularity of televised crime dramas or an assumption that criminal behavior will continue to rise. Speculators report that crime is one of the many ramifications […]


The Bail Game: How New York City’s Bail System Works

January 27, 2013

This board game depicts the role New York City’s bail in the criminal justice system. Source

A Day in the Life of a Prisoner

A Day in the Life of a Prisoner

October 31, 2012

Lock ‘em up and throw away the key! That’s the standard approach to criminal justice in this country. Opinions about prisoner treatment tend to vary wildly between detached disgust and soapbox straddling outrage. Is prison life a little slice of hell right here on Earth, as it’s usually depicted, or is it more like those […]

How Safe is Pepper Spray

How Safe is Pepper Spray

July 25, 2012

Pepper spray is commonly used by the police to disperse crowds, but realistically, how safe is pepper spray. This infographic takes a look at what kind of peppers pepper spray is made of, how it works, and how it can cause fatal or permanent eye damage to people.

A Timeline of the Police in the U.S

July 5, 2012

The United States police is a thin line between order and anarchy. This infographic provides a brief history of many sectors of the police force. It shows the history of police stations, police uniforms, officer’s duties and more Source