Community-Engaged Learning

a group of students
Created in August 2014, the Joint Electronic Crimes Task Force is a state-of-the-art lab that processes digital evidence seized in criminal investigations by local, state, and federal officials. In addition to its digital forensic capabilities, the task force also offers a robust internship program for UA students, dedicated research space for cyber criminologists, and free training to law enforcement investigators.

Community-engaged learning gives students the opportunity to examine diverse perspectives and apply what they are studying in the classroom in real world settings. This high-impact field-based learning enables students the opportunity to reflect critically on their experiences and invest in their own education.