Meet Our Faculty
Scott Richeson
My name is J. Scott Richeson and I'm the new sociology & criminal justice instructor here at Clovis Community College. I have developed and taught a large variety of courses over the years, ranging from information technology, sociological theory, a seminar on capital punishment, social problems, and introductory sociology. My favorite courses to teach have been introductory sociology. I currently am teaching online courses in terrorism, organized crime, and criminology. I teach three ground sections of introductory sociology. My personal interests include biking and the Japanese language. I am an avid cyclist. I have studied Japanese for several semesters, lived in Nishinomiya Japan for two years, and speak the language conversationally.
Career Information
- I earned undergraduate degrees in sociology, political science, and criminal justice from Washington State University (1992). My master's degree is from the University of Chicago in the social sciences, with primary emphasis in sociology (1995). My doctoral work is from the University at Albany in criminal justice. My dissertation there involved analysis of observational data on the police, which I was involved in collecting during the summer of 1998.
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Introduction to Policing
Introduction to Corrections
Probation & Parole
Police & Community Relations
Juvenile Justice
Crime & the Media
Understanding Gangs
Organized Crime
Criminal Justice & the Courts
Multi-cultural Law Enforcement
Workshop in Criminal Justice
Co-op in Criminal Justice
Special Topics in Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice Internship
Introduction to Sociology
Contemporary Social Issues
Child, Family, and Community
Juvenile Justice
Workshop in Sociology
Special Topics in Sociology
Office Hours
Mondays: 1:00PM-2:30PM
Tuesdays: 9:00AM-12:00PM
Wednesdays: 9:00AM-2:30PM
Thursdays: 9:00AM-2:30PM
Fridays: By Appointment only
Contact Information
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