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The basic structure and function of the American criminal justice system, including law enforcement, courts, and corrections. There is also information on criminological theory, terrorism, juvenile justice, and more
Law Enforcement in Practice
Terrorism and Related Issues
The American Court System
Sentencing and Punishment
Probation, Parole, and Recidivism
This course teaches the basic structure and function of the American Criminal Justice System. It provides a basic overview of legal processes, law enforcement, terrorism, courts, corrections, community corrections, and juvenile justice. It provides students the understanding to move on to more advanced courses within the fields of Criminal Justice or Sociology.
Ability to speak English
Who is this course for?
Anyone interested in the justice system and how it functions
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