Dr. Arelys Madero and Dr. Carlos Rojas from the Department of Criminal Justice are board members (secretary and treasurer respectively) of the newly created Criminology Consortium (CrimCon). The Criminology Consortium is a non-profit corporation created during the COVID-19 pandemic to host the CrimCon annual meeting.  Crimcon is the first international criminology and criminal justice conference of its kind that is held completely online and free of charge to attendees and presenters, offering a diverse group of sessions, speakers, and roundtables covering a variety of topics within criminal justice and criminology including policing, courts, corrections, victimology, technology in CJ, student learning, and more. CrimCon 2021 “Innovations in Criminal Justice and Criminology: Moving Forward from a Pandemic” will be offered virtually from October 18-22.