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C J 212 - Fundamentals of Policing

5 Credits
History of American policing; community policing; analysis of organizational structures; communication, budgeting, training, discipline and supervision as related to functional units; roles/responsibilities of patrol, juvenile, investigation and staff services; current issues in policing.

Course Note Recom: ADM J 101/CJ& 101.

Designed to Serve All persons interested in the justice system and administration of justice majors.
Active Date 2013-05-09

Grading System Decimal Grade
Class Limit 38
Contact Hours: Lecture 55 Lab 0 Worksite 0 Clinical 0 Other 0
Total Contact Hours 55
Degree Distributions:
Course Outline
1. Police Administration: Past and Present. A. History B. Police and its relationship to t5he system of justice 2. Police and the Law: The Police Mission 3. Line Operations: Patrol, Traffic, Investigation, et al 4. Staff Services: Records, Communication, Training, et al 5. Support Services 6. Personnel Management 7. Supervision 8. Internal Affairs 9. Ethics 10. Community Relations 11. Organization and the future

Student Learning Outcomes
Recognize and explain the developed of police practices in the Northeastern, Southern, and Western United States.

Distinguish traditional policing from community policing.

Describe the organization, structure, and personnel or a typical law enforcement agency.

Explain how a sheriff’s duties differ from those of a police chief.

Identify causes of action in civil suits against law enforcement officers.

Identify forms of police deviance.

Explain and apply the S.A.R.A. model to an appropriate field situation.

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