Harrison College School of Criminal Justice and Social Services

If you are passionate about working to make your community a better, safer place to live and work, a career in criminal justice may be for you.

At Harrison College, our School of Criminal Justice and Social Services provides you with a relevant and dynamic education that empowers you to improve your life and your community.


Our School of Criminal Justice and Social Services offers both associate and bachelor’s degrees—which means you will have a wide range of career options when you graduate. View the information below about our Criminal Justice and Social Services Degree programs.

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Accreditations & Memberships

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"I like Harrison College because of the small class sizes. They help me to focus and have individual learning time with the instructor when needed." Ariana, Criminal Justice
Ariana, Criminal Justice

Meet Our Leadership

Our experienced faculty is committed to providing our students an engaging, relevant learning environment and experience that leaves students feeling confident to start a new career. Our faculty members are the foundation of Harrison—their industry expertise and dedication to excellence is what sets us apart.

Louis A. Reeves

Curriculum Manager, School of Criminal Justice and Social Services
  • M.S. Law Enforcement - Indiana State University
  • B.S. Criminology - Indiana State University
Role at Harrison

As a member of Harrison College since 2010 and as curriculum manager, Louis A. Reeves oversees curriculum and assessment planning for the School of Criminal Justice and Social Services and also serves as an ambassador and subject matter expert for the school of study. He is drawn to Harrison because of its proactive nature when anticipating students’ needs. Reeves says, “Harrison is truly different. Each student becomes part of a family atmosphere that I do not see at other institutions.” Based on his everyday interactions with coworkers, Reeves lauds the commitment of faculty and staff at Harrison, and he is glad to be a part of such a devoted team.


Professional History

Reeves has provided technical and research support to several law enforcement agencies and has also served in the private sector in loss prevention and asset protection. He is a member of the:

  • American Criminal Justice Association
  • Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences
  • Indiana Sheriffs Association

Although Reeves has had success in other past jobs, his greatest accomplishment at Harrison is being able to see his students reach their career goals. Following up on this, he says, “That far outweighs anything I have ever done professionally.”