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    Apr 28, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Pretty easy, overall.

    Course Overview:

    I loved this course! The professor was very intelligent and articulate. His practical teaching method and exciting lectures made this course more enjoyable. This course, Probation and Parole, was informative and interesting. I was able to meet a few wonderful people, in the course, who were great study partners and new friends!

    Course highlights:

    I learned what the daily life of a probation officer entails. It is not an easy or glamorous profession, but it takes a brave and honorable individual to become a probation or parole officer. They must face dangerous situations and manage unpredictable individuals, in order to protect the civilians, living in the communities that they are willing to risk their lives to patrol everyday. These brave, elite, few, members of the community are human, real-life, super-heroes. They are willing to put their own lives on the line, in order to provide society with important and necessary services. These officers are out protecting innocent civilians from criminals, and supervising potentially dangerous members of the community, on a daily basis.

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    0-2 hours

    Advice for students:

    Be sure to take a lot of accurate and precise notes. You will be able to use your notes on your tests. If you take decent notes, during the lectures, this class will be relatively simple and more probably more enjoyable for you. Studying in a group, and exchanging class notes with each other, will ensure your success in this class and the success of others, as well.

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