CRMJ 1010 - Intro to Criminal Justice
(Formerly PST 1000)
3 Class Hours
A study of the administration of criminal justice and its purposes, goals, and functions. Topics include evaluation of law enforcement responsibilities, techniques, and methods of how police patrol is conducted. Provides a basic understanding of the criminal justice components, including history of law enforcement; DUI enforcement; officer survival; police corruption; sects, cults, and deviant movements; police administration; firearms; and defensive tactics. Prerequisite(s): Completion of all competencies in Learning Support reading and writing.
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