CRJ 201 – Juvenile Delinquency

Juvenile justice system is examined from historical constitutional and operational perspectives. Theories concerning juvenile delin­quency are explored.

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CRJ 170 – Overview of Cybercrime

This course identifies and discusses the nature of the success­ful cyber-crime investigation and the proper preparation for trial. Students will have a better understanding of current technology used in these…

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CRJ 141 – Criminal Investigation

Covers fundamentals of investigation including interviewing and interrogating; collecting and preserving evidence; modus ope­randi; crime scene search; etc.

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CRJ 133 – Constitutional Criminal Procedure

This course examines the protections afforded to individuals by the US Constitution. Specific areas addressed include initial con­tact with law enforcement and continues through post-conviction relief. Students should gain an…

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CRJ 130 – Criminal Law

This course examines the elements of criminal law. Including the categories of crime by type, defenses, and individuals involved. The course also includes the historical development of criminal law. Prerequisites: CRJ…

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CRJ 120 – Intro to Corrections

Survey of correctional theory and practice including such topics as: historical foundations of contemporary corrections, applied theory, evaluation research, sentencing and crime prevention.

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CRJ 110 – Patrol Procedures

Broad examination of the various structures and functions of American Law Enforcement agencies and their functional units. The exploration of police procedures revolves around the topics of discretion, effectiveness and…

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CRJ 101 – Ethics in Criminal Justice

Through study of various models of ethics, students will learn how to evaluate difficult moral and ethical decisions they are likely to face as a practitioner in the law enforcement…

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