CRJU 3000 – BASIC LAW ENFORCEMENT Section GO1


Course Description –
The role of law enforcement in American society is studied. Students examine local, state and federal law enforcement agencies and their specific responsibilities, development, jurisdiction and activities.

Pre-requisite –

  • CRJU 2000

Required Course Resources –

  • Text Book:
  • Policing in America Seventh Edition
  • Larry K. Gaines and Victor E. Kappeler
  • Anderson Publishing
  • ISBN 9781437734881

Course Learning Objectives –

  1. Differentiate between the required service and service delivery concepts of each of the areas of Criminal Justice System.
  2. Summarize and classify theoretical and practical aspects of variables the make-up the criminal mentality and effect the criminal actions of individuals.
  3. Compare and contrast the historical development of the various components of the American Criminal Justice system.
  4. Summarize how law, in its various phases, can be applied to directly affect the outcomes of various criminal activities.

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