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CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CRJU 43.01)

CRJU 101. Introduction to Criminal Justice. 3-3-0. Historical and philosophical background; organizations, agencies, and processes; the development of modern police practices and the police role in a democratic society.  (43.0104)

CRJU 201. Applied Criminology. 3-3-0. Aspects of criminal justice investigations; interrogations, interviews, confessions, written notes and statements, case preparation and procedures, police patrol, analysis of pertinent court decisions and problems and methods of coping with current emergency situations confronting criminal justice.  (43.0104)

CRJU 202. Public and Community Relations. 3-3-0. Criminal justice’s involvement with citizens – individuals and groups. Factors contributing to friction or cooperation between the police and the community, with emphasis on the problems of minority groups, political pressures and cultural problems. (43.0104)

CRJU 203. Criminal Related Law. 3-3-0. The structure, definitions, elements and interpretations of the most frequently used sections of the criminal codes and criminal statutes, State and Federal. (43.0104)

CRJU 204. Police Administration. 3-3-0. Principles of organization, administration and functions of criminal justice agencies. Personnel policies, divisions, operations, command policies, and evaluation of the department as a unit. (43.0103)

CRJU 220. Adjudication Process. 3-3-0. Criminal court system, its development, and present structure. The pre trial and post trial process, institutional arrangements, court personnel and changes the courts are undergoing.  (43.0104)

CRJU 305. Introduction to Corrections. 3-3-0. Introduction to the historical and philosophical background of corrections. The function of corrections in the criminal justice system along with assessment of various correctional techniques. (43.0102)

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