CJ: Crime Scene Technology A

                                   

COURSE DESCRIPTION

 
This course is a basic study of crime scene technology and investigation in the United States. Topics include concepts of law and crime, the criminal justice process, overview of criminal justice agencies, current criminal justice issues, and interactions and conflicts between criminal justice agencies.

CHAPTERS

 
Ch.1 – Welcome to Class
Ch.2 – Overview of Crime Scene Technology
Ch.3 – Introduction to Crime Scene Analysis
Ch.4 – Introduction to Criminalistics
Ch.5 – Crime Scene Reconstruction
Ch.6 – Arrest, Interrogation and Confession
Ch.7 – Police Identification Procedures
Ch.8 – Police Lie Detection Methods
Ch.9 – Informants, Surveillance and Undercover Operations
Ch.10 – Probable Cause
Ch.11 – Death Investigation
Ch.12 – Patterns and Trends in Violent Crimes
Ch.13 – Forensic Pathology

COURSE OBJECTIVES

 
1. To acquire an informed understanding of the basic components of crime scene technology and investigation

2. To recognize the major sources of crime data, and their uses and limitations

3. To examine the historical evolution of the role of policing in a modern society

4. To examine crime scene reconstruction

5. To examine informants, surveillance and undercover operations

6. To understand probable cause

7. To introduce you to forensic pathology.
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