Phase II – Economic Crime and Justice Studies Building
To support the remarkable expansion of the College's economic crime programs, as well as the establishment of the Center for Identity Management and Information Protection (CIMIP), Utica College has constructed a two-story Economic Crime and Justice Studies building.
This innovative new facility offers an appropriate platform for the cutting-edge research and learning initiatives that will take place at Utica College over the coming decades. It also provides the setting for:
Conferences involving CIMIP and Economic Crime Institute partners
Training for law enforcement professionals on the local, state,
and federal levels
Corporate training in fraud prevention and identity protection
The new building enhances UC's academic program as well as furthers its research. It provides state-of-the-art laboratories in which students can learn computer forensics and other cutting-edge methods for solving economic crimes.
The new Economic Crime and Justice Studies building features:
Meeting and instructional space, including a versatile auditorium/conference center with raised dais and movable seating
Teaching and research laboratories for computer forensics and CIMIP-related work involving faculty and students
Secure evidence rooms, including a restricted access area built to Department of Defense standards
Auditorium / Conference center