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CRJ 180 Introduction to Law Enforcement, Purpose The purpose of this course is to help students develop an understanding of the nature. and role of policing in America the duties of policing and some current issues in policing. Recommended Textbook The recommended textbook for this course is The. Police in America An Introduction 8th Edition The authors are Samuel Walker and. Charles Katz Softcover 592 pages 2012 McGraw Hill ISBN 13 9780078026546. Learning Outcomes By the end of this study students should be able to. 1 Describe the evolution of policing in the United States. 2 Differentiate the roles and duties of law enforcement officers at the. local state and federal levels, 3 Compare and contrast different styles of policing e g order maintenance law. enforcement watchman etc, 4 Discuss the various duties in police operations including patrol investigations. and administration, 5 Outline the use of force continuum discuss why it is important and how this. relates to issues of liability, 6 Compare and contrast different policing practices such as problem oriented and.
community oriented policing, 7 Identify and evaluate different technological tools used in policing their use. and how they have proliferated, 8 Identify and discuss the standards for ethical police practice. 9 Discuss the issue of police discretion and how it impacts on policing. 10 Discuss issues related to the policing subculture. 11 Discuss various forms of police accountability, 12 Identify and discuss how race and gender issues impact policing. Structure Learning resources have been divided into three sections each with several Areas of. Study Each Area of Study corresponds to a chapter of the recommended textbook. CRJ 180 1 Foundations of Policing,First Area of Study Police and Society. Second Area of Study The History of the American Police. Third Area of Study The Contemporary Law Enforcement Industry. Fourth Area of Study Police Organizations, Fifth Area of Study Police Officers I Entering Police Work.
Sixth Area of Study Police Officers II On the Job,CRJ 180 2 Police Work. First Area of Study Patrol The Backbone of Policing. Second Area of Study Peacekeeping and Order Maintenance. Third Area of Study The Police and Crime, Fourth Area of Study Innovations in Police Strategy. CRJ 180 3 Issues in Policing,First Area of Study Police Discretion. Second Area of Study Police Community Relations,Third Area of Study Police Corruption. Fourth Area of Study Accountability of the Police,Fifth Area of Study Challenges for a New Century.
Sixth Area of Study The Future of Policing in America. CRJ 280 Corrections, Purpose The purpose of this course is to help students develop an understanding of the nature. and scope of corrections the role of jails and prisons and current issues in corrections. Recommended Textbook The recommended textbook for this course is. Corrections in the 21st Century 7th Edition The authors are Frank Schmalleger and John. Smykla Hardcover 640 pages 2014 McGraw Hill ISBN 13 9780078140921. Learning Outcomes By the end of this study students should be able to. 1 Discuss the history of corrections, 2 Identify the function purpose and jurisdiction of different forms of. institutional correctional facilities, 3 Explain the inmate culture of institutions and show how that culture impacts the. operations of institutional facilities, 4 Identify and discuss the effectiveness of different programs within community. corrections, 5 Demonstrate knowledge of the major constitutional rights and legal issues.
facing corrections and those under correctional supervision. 6 Identify various special populations such as race gender sex mental status. and how the correctional system addresses their needs. 7 Demonstrate knowledge of different sentencing practices and the impact of. those practices, 8 Discuss various philosophies and goals of corrections. 9 Identify and discuss emerging issues facing corrections. 10 Demonstrate knowledge of the ethical issues facing correctional personnel. Structure Learning resources have been divided into three sections each with several Areas of. Study Each Area of Study corresponds to a chapter of the recommended textbook. CRJ 280 1 An Introduction to Corrections,First Area of Study Corrections An Overview. Second Area of Study Punishments A Brief History, Third Area of Study Sentencing To Punish or to Reform. Fourth Area of Study Diversion and Probation How Offenders Are Punished. Fifth Area of Study Intermediate Sanctions Between Probation and Incarceration. CRJ 280 2 Institutional Corrections, First Area of Study Jails Way Stations Along the Justice Highway. Second Area of Study Prisons Today Change Stations or Warehouses. Third Area of Study Parole Early Release and Reentry. Fourth Area of Study The Staff World Managing the Prison Population. Fifth Area of Study The Inmate World Living Behind Bars. Sixth Area of Study The Legal World Prisoners Rights. Seventh Area of Study Special Prison Populations,CRJ 280 3 Issues in Corrections.
First Area of Study Prison Issues and Concerns, Second Area of Study The Victim Helping Those in Need. Third Area of Study Death The Ultimate Sanction, Fourth Area of Study Juvenile Corrections End of an Era. CRJ 314 Organizational Behavior, Purpose The purpose of this course is to provide students with an understanding of the key. concepts concerning how organizations function develop and change over time. Recommended Textbook The recommended textbook for this course is M. Organizational Behavior 3rd Edition The authors are Steven McShane University of. Western Australia and Mary Ann Von Glinow Florida International University at Miami. Softcover 384 pages 2016 McGraw Hill ISBN 13 9780077720605. Learning Outcomes By the end of your study you should be able to. 1 Identify key theoretical aspects and practical applications of. organizational behavior, 2 Apply organizational behavior concepts and theories to analyze and improve work. situations, 3 Understand differing possibilities pertaining to the relationship of individuals to an.
organization, 4 Discuss key concepts in team motivation cooperation and production of work product. 5 Discuss key concepts related to organizational structure culture and change. Structure Learning resources have been divided into three sections each with several Areas of. Study The Areas of Study correspond to a chapter of the recommended textbook. CRJ 314 1 The Individual Within Organizations, First Area of Study Introduction to the Field of Organizational Behavior. Second Area of Study Individual Behavior Personality and Values. Third Area of Study Perceiving Ourselves and Others in Organizations. Fourth Area of Study Workplace Emotions Attitudes and Stress. Fifth Area of Study Employee Motivation, Sixth Area of Study Decision Making and Creativity. CRJ 314 2 Team Processes,First Area of Study Team Dynamics. Second Area of Study Communicating in Teams and Organizations. Third Area of Study Power and Influence in the Workplace. Fourth Area of Study Conflict and Negotiation in the Workplace. Fifth Area of Study Leadership in Organizational Settings. CRJ 314 3 Organizational Processes, First Area of Study Designing Organizational Structures.
Second Area of Study Organizational Culture,Third Area of Study Organizational Change. CRJ 323 Criminal Law, Purpose The purpose of this course is to help students develop an understanding of the nature. and scope of criminal law types of crime and the elements of a crime. Recommended Textbook The recommended textbook for this course is. Criminal Law for the Criminal Justice Professional 3rd Edition The author is Norman. Garland Softcover 512 pages 2011 McGraw Hill ISBN 13 9780078026386. Learning Outcomes By the end of this study students should be able to. 1 Discuss the purpose of laws prohibiting certain behaviors. 2 Articulate the components of the crime that forms the basis of criminal. behavior the guilty state of mind and the guilty act. 3 Demonstrate which incomplete crimes give rise to criminal liability. 4 Articulate scenarios that might provide defenses to otherwise criminal behavior. 5 Discuss the different standards of criminal liability for juveniles. 6 Articulate the path of a criminal case from filing in court through sentencing. 7 Discuss the Constitutional restraints on law enforcement agencies in criminal. investigations, 8 Identify the sources of various misdemeanor felony and federal criminal law. Structure Learning resources have been divided into three sections each with several Areas of. Study Each Area of Study corresponds to a chapter of the recommended textbook. CRJ 323 1 Criminal Law and Elements of Crime, First Area of Study Operation of the Criminal Justice System. Second Area of Study Constitutional Limitations on the Criminal Law. Third Area of Study Classification of Crimes and Criminal Responsibility. CRJ 323 2 Elements and Types of Crime,First Area of Study Parties to a Crime.
Second Area of Study Incomplete Crimes,Third Area of Study Defenses to Crimes. Fourth Area of Study Punishment and Sentencing,Fifth Area of Study Criminal Homicide. Sixth Area of Study Crimes against Persons Other Offenses. Seventh Area of Study Crimes against Habitation,Eighth Area of Study Crimes against Property. CRJ 323 3 Crimes Against the Community and Institutions. First Area of Study White Collar Crimes, Second Area of Study Crimes against Public Order Safety and Morality. Third Area of Study Drug and Alcohol Related Crimes. Fourth Area of Study Crimes against the Administration of Justice. Fifth Area of Study Organized Crime Gangs and Terrorism. CRJ 330 Criminal Investigation, Purpose The purpose of this course is to help students develop an understanding of the nature.
and scope of the criminal investigative process and investigative techniques. Recommended Textbook The recommended textbook for this course is Criminal. Investigation 11th Edition The authors are Charles Swanson Neil Chamelin Leonard. Territo and Robert W Taylor Hardcover 768 pages 2012 McGraw Hill ISBN 13. 9780078111525, Learning Outcomes By the end of this study students should be able to. 1 Discuss how evidence is used to establish proof and to evaluate. investigative procedures, 2 Identify strengths and weaknesses of all major forms of evidence from DNA to other. forms of physical evidence to eyewitness identifications to confessions to behavioral. 3 List the opportunities of efficacy of various forms of evidence in establishing proof. 4 Discuss the evaluation of proper evidence collection procedures procedures not limited. to the collection of physical evidence, 5 Identify the importance of descriptive information on the nature and content of criminal. investigations, 6 Describe the threats to not properly effectively efficiently and legally conducting. criminal investigations, 7 Discuss investigative techniques and concerns in examining crimes against persons.
8 Discuss investigative techniques and concerns in examining crimes against property. CRJ 330 1 Introduction to The Investigative Process. First Area of Study The Evolution of Criminal Investigation. Second Area of Study Legal Aspects of Investigation. Third Area of Study Investigators the Investigative Process and the Crime Scene. Fourth Area of Study Physical Evidence, Fifth Area of Study Interviewing and Interrogation. Sixth Area of Study Field Notes and Reporting,Seventh Area of Study Follow Up Investigation. Eighth Area of Study The Crime Laboratory,CRJ 330 2 Crimes Against Persons. First Area of Study Injury and Death Investigation. Second Area of Study Sex Related Offenses,Third Area of Study Crimes Against Children. Fourth Area of Study Robbery, CRJ 330 3 Crimes Against Property and Drugs Terrorism and Homeland Security.
First Area of Study Burglary, Second Area of Study White Collar Crime and Larceny. Third Area of Study Vehicle Thefts and Related Offenses. Fourth Area of Study Computer Crime, Fifth Area of Study Agricultural Wildlife and Environmental Crimes. Sixth Area of Study Arson and Explosives, Seventh Area of Study Recognition Control and Investigation of Drug Abuse. Eighth Area of Study Terrorism, Ninth Area of Study The Trial Process and the Investigator as a Witness. CRJ 335 Criminology, Purpose The purpose of this course is to help students develop an understanding of.
foundational concepts in criminology theories of criminal behavior and the relationship of criminology. to the criminal justice system, Recommended Textbook The recommended textbook for this course is. Criminology 8th Edition The authors are Freda Adler William Laufer and Gerhard O. Mueller Softcover 496 pages 2013 McGraw Hill ISBN 13 9780078026423. Learning Outcomes By the end of this study students should be able to. 1 Identify and explain the definitions and major concepts involved in the. study of criminology, 2 Compare contrast and evaluate the various methods for collecting and presenting crime. 3 Identify various schools of criminology, 4 Explain and critique major theories of crime and criminal behavior. 5 Evaluate various criminological theories in light of existing research and societal. experience, 6 Discuss various types of criminal and delinquent conduct and societal responses to. Courses in Criminal Justice CRJ 105 Introduction to Criminal Justice Purpose The purpose of this course is to help students develop a basic understanding of the nature scope and operation of the criminal justice system Recommended Textbook The recommended textbook for this course is Introduction to Criminal Justice 8th Edition The authors are Robert M Bohm and Keith

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