We are committed to these values and responsibilities:
- The academic, professional and personal development of our students.
- The contribution of interdisciplinary, evidence-based knowledge to inform our teaching of criminology and legal studies.
- Academic freedom and the professional development of our faculty.
- Open, frank and respectful communication with and between colleagues and students.
- Community engagement through research and other expressions of scholarly activity, information sharing and promoting our student’s experiential learning.
- Enhance our teaching methods to promote student inquiry, personal development, community engagement and respect for diversity.
- Stay informed in our discipline through scholarly activity, community engagement, and leadership on relevant issues.
- Support and encourage collaborative research by sharing expertise and resources with faculty and students.
- Serve as role models for professional and personal conduct in our interactions with our students and colleagues.
- Share the outcome of our scholarly activity with colleagues, students and wider community.