Policing in a Democratic Society

CJS 1615 3 Quarter Hours
Course Level Undergraduate
Description Debates the role of the police in a society based on law and democratic principles. Introduces the philosophy and techniques of contemporary policing, including the history, traditions, and social developments that have resulted in the present system. Emphasizes the effects of economics, social developments, and Supreme Court decisions on the evolution of the modern system and traces the shift from technology policing to community and problem-solving policing. Topics include the role and function of police with regard to contemporary social problems such as drugs, prostitution, domestic violence, gangs, serial murderers, dangerous offenders, and illegal aliens.

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Next Class Starts
  • Summer Term
    Jul 28, 2014 (4-week classes)
  • Fall Term
    Sep 8, 2014 (6- and 12-week classes)
    Oct 20, 2014 (6-week classes)

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