Policing

You may satisfy the requirements for the specialization in Policing by completing a minimum of 9 hours from the following courses:

 

JS 320 - Police Organization and Behavior
Analysis of the structure and function of police organizations, including effects of peer and group dynamics on decision making.
Prerequisites: CJ 100 and CJ 101 or JS 100 and JS 101
Credit Hours: 3


JS 321 - Police-Community Relations
Historical and contemporary relationship between police and public; Analysis of crime prevention programs, community participation, and police discretion.
Prerequisites: CJ 100 and CJ 101 or JS 100 and JS 101
Credit Hours: 3


JS 322 - Legal Aspects of Private Security
Introduction to an examination of critical legal aspects of private security, including liability issues.
Prerequisite: JS 160
Credit Hours: 3


JS 402 - Introduction to Computer Forensics
Introduction to the use of analytical and investigative techniques in criminal or civil litigation to identify, collect, examine and preserve evidence/information magnetically stored or encoded.
Prerequisite: None
Credit Hours: 3