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Criminal Justice Supervision

Division: Social and Behavioral Science

Department: Social Science

Course: CJ 2020

Title: Criminal Justice Supervision

Description: This course is designed to introduce the student to the actual processes of supervision in the Criminal Justice System. The course will provide a hands-on experience through some of the problem-solving processes used in emergency, incident command and task force situations. This course is for students interested in careers in law enforcement, adult or juvenile corrections, private or industrial security, law, social work, or psychology. The task force assignments will help the student to understand how to work with and supervise other agencies in areas such as treatment vs. punishment and the psychology of thinking errors and crime.; The course covers principles of supervision, including motivation, discipline, evaluation, scheduling, work assignments, stress management, delegation and observation.; This course instruction will include lectures, videos, guest lectures, and practical problem solving.

Courses Taught Fall 2021

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