Police and Society

CJ ST 351 XV


Course Description

Introduction and overview of law enforcement in the United States. Theory and research on police history, function, and organization; constitutional issues of policing; and critical topics, such as community policing, officer discretion and decision-making, corruption, use of force, and racial profiling. The course illustrates the interconnections between communities, police organizations, citizens, and criminal offenders.

3 credits

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Course Dept
CJ ST
Course Number
351
Section
XV
Credit Hours
3
Semester
Spring 2018
Dates
Jan 8 - May 4
Prerequisites
SOC 241 or CJ ST 240
Max Enrollment
40
Delivery Fee
$150.00 *
Delivery Type
www
* Delivery Fee is additional to Tuition & Fees.

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