Prof. Miriam Sealock

Department of Sociology, Anthropology & Criminal Justice
Towson University



Federal Bureau of Investigation

U.S. Department of Justice

National Institute of Corrections


Fall 2013 Information

Office hours:  TBA

Please visit my online scheduling site to make an appointment with me.

Classes I'm teaching:

bullet Intro to Criminal Justice
bullet Issues in Policing


Considering grad school?  Peruse this site for to search for graduate programs in criminology and criminal justice (as well as other disciplines).


Seeking a career?  Check out the Useful Links below, which include sites listing employment opportunities in law enforcement, the court systems, and corrections.  Additionally, there are a number of excellent general information sites for criminal justice employment:


Hungry for the latest crime-related news?  You'll find it at the CNN Law Center and The Crime Library.  You can also do a search of online newspapers from all over the world.  Have you heard a rumor recently and want to know if it's based in fact or simply an urban legend?  Visit the site that can tell you.


Would you like to know more about TU's CRMJ student organization?  Visit the Criminal Justice Student Association on Facebook!


Useful Links

Doing Research

Professional Organizations

Law Enforcement

Capital Punishment

Courts and Sentencing

Crime Victims and Victimology


Drugs and Crime



Baltimore County Police Department

Maryland Judiciary

Maryland Division of Correction

Miriam Sealock, Ph.D.
Department of Sociology, Anthropology & Criminal Justice
Towson University
(410) 704-5165