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Fall 2013 Semester
Apr 24, 2014
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CRIM 1100 - Introduction to Criminal Justice
Surveys the contemporary criminal justice system in the United States. Students examine the phases of the criminal justice system beginning with the detection of crimes by the police, the handling of the case through the courts, and, finally, the disposition and sentencing of offenders. Issues and characteristics of each of the phases (police, courts, and corrections) are examined as well as identifying the key actors (police, judges, prosecutors, correctional officers, and so forth) of each phase of the criminal justice system. Also introduces students to the U.S. juvenile-justice system.
4.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Criminology & Criminal Justice Department

Course Attributes:
NU Core Social Science Lvl 1, UG Col Socl Sci & Humanities


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