- Debbie Goodman Lerner, Ed.D,St. Thomas University
- Abdy Javadzadeh, PhD Sociology, Florida International University
- Robin Lovett, Juris Doctor, Howard University
Curriculum (Course Sampling)
SOC 321D Criminology
This course provides and analysis of the incidence, distribution, and etiology of crime. The criminal as a social type is profiled. Changing philosophies of corrections and variations in criminal behavior are explored theoretically and empirically.
CJE 3110 Law Enforcement Systems
This course examines the origins, functions, and operations of policing in a modern society. The course focuses on different models of policing and the interrelationship of the various components of the system.
CCJ 3666 Victimology
This course on the social and psychological characteristics of crime victims, their role in precipitating criminal acts, the difficulties they encounter in the criminal justice system, alternative social programs for helping crime victims, and legal policies designed o compensate, protect, and rehabilitate victims of crime.
CC J 4661 Terrorism and Law Enforcement Procedures
一道本不卡免费高清This course examines an introduction to the unique field of terrorism investigation and prosecution. Among the investigative procedures examined and tailored to the demands of dealing with terrorists are surveillance, polygraph, informants, the investigative task force, pre-test telephone calls, and undercover operations. The course also addresses special difficulties encountered when prosecuting terrorists in the courtroom.