Apr 05, 2020
C J 219 - Intelligence -led Policing 3 Credits
This is an introductory course in spatial crime analysis. It is designed to teach students the fundamental principles of crime mapping and analysis. The use of maps as a tool for the analysis and explanation of criminal activity will be the focus of the course. A geographic information system will be utilized to develop maps and perform spatial analyses related to law enforcement activities. Students will employ basic crime mapping techniques in support of problem-oriented and community oriented policing, and in support of non-police criminal justice applications.
Designed to Serve Students seeking AAS/Law Enforcement degrees; incumbent officers, detectives, etc.
Active Date 2013-08-27
Grading System Decimal Grade
Class Limit 30
Contact Hours: Lecture 33 Lab 0 Worksite 0 Clinical 0 Other 0
Total Contact Hours 33
Fundamental principles of crime mapping and analysis
Use of maps for crime analysis
Geographic Information Systems
Application of basic crime mapping techniques
Student Learning Outcomes
Analyze and explain the basic principles of crime mapping.
Demonstrate the basic principles of crime analysis.
Demonstrate the law enforcement-related uses of Intelligence Led policing.
Apply basic crime mapping/analysis techniques.
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