Pretty easy, overall.
I would recommend this class with out a doubt. Learning about the different types of decision making is key component to any criminal justice part of the system. More specifically we discussed about decision making interacts with the police officers. Learning about the different aspects from different people whether it be from the FBI, Tucson Police Department, a Attorney, and even a judge it was honestly one of the best classes i ever took because of these things.
I would have to say there are several highlights for the course. One was all the different guest speakers come into give demonstrations from there perspectives of the criminal justice system. The class was very interactive. One thing i know about this particular professor is he likes to be very creative and interactive with his students. This allows you think critically when you are given a situation and are told to make the decision from your perspective.
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Advice for students:
Do the reading. Not only does it benefit you for the exam, but reading some of the topics are really informative and can open your mind. This professor drew a diagram of decisions making that are done by a police officer. From that my mind literally took off because of how excited i was and learned from his course.