Center for Crime and Forensics
PNW’s Center for Crime and Forensics is a multidisciplinary center that brings together expertise in criminal justice, forensic science and forensic accounting.
The center provides education, training, research and development, and forensic science testing services to academia, law enforcement, and legal communities alike. Its aim is to promote the advancement of science while improving the resources needed to ensure public safety at the local, state, and federal level.
Purdue Northwest Welcomes High Tech Crime Unit Partnership
PNW is looking forward to new opportunities in education and innovation as the university partners with the Lake County Prosecutor’s Office on one of ten newly designated High Tech Crime Units.
Christian G. Westring, Ph.D.
Director, Center for Crime and Forensics
Hammond Campus, GYTE 278
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