Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This class was a great introduction to criminal justice. Just being able to learn the history behind criminal justice was a huge help!
Investigate criminal justice issues within the systems of law enforcement, the judiciary, corrections, and juvenile justice. Examine constitutional principles relevant to the administration of both social and criminal justice. Apply knowledge of cultural sensitivity and diversity awareness to criminal justice issues. Analyze criminal justice theory to understand why people commit crime. Analyze how criminal justice institutions respond to crime. Develop critical perspectives in the study of criminal justice by drawing on the fields of criminology, law, philosophy, and sociology.
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Just read the required materials.