August 23 - Part 1- Intro to CJ Course (Slide Shells)_JJ

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Advanced Principles—CCJ 3024 Day 1, Syllabus Review and Introduction to the topic Dr. Jodi Lane Fall 2016 Tuesday, August 23 (Part 1)
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Discussion of Syllabus & Canvas/Elearning Where to find class materials—elearning/Sakai Syllabus Slide shells of lecture (less writing!) Assignments Additional readings (other than books) Class announcements Information about office hours - Information about extra credit options Personal information sheet—On Canvas! Due no later than Thursday, September 1 Complete form and upload with your “LAST NAME FIRST NAME” as title of form
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Respect in the Classroom is Critical Read all assigned material before coming to lecture and be willing to discuss class topics Be on time and do not “pack up” until I am finished Turn off cell phones (silent is ok, but if you have an emergency call please leave the room to talk)—DO NOT TEXT/CHAT WITH FRIENDS Do not text or “play” on the internet (like Facebook)—we will watch you . Remain quiet during lecture Be courteous to fellow students (and instructors), even if their opinions are very different from your own Turn in assignments when they are due Take all tests at their designated times Do not cheat on anything
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This class is an introduction to the criminal justice system—we will cover: Differences between criminal and juvenile justice systems Crime and Victimization Statistics Police Courts Corrections & Treatment Death Penalty
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  • violent victimizations, violent victimization rates, Personal information sheet—On, murder multiple people, extra credit options

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