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Viewing outcome relationships between CRMJ 226 - JUVENILE DELINQUENCY and 11 - Justice Systems - Police Science

Last approved: Thu, 28 Mar 2024 15:58:51 GMT

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11 - Justice Systems - Police Science
  • PLO 2: Apply communication skills verbally, through written documentation, and nonverbally with coworkers, supervisors, victims, witnesses, prosecutors, and others through the use of effective appropriate interview and interrogation techniques, listening skills, appropriate interpersonal conversation skills, written reports, and testifying in court
    • CLO 1: Illustrate the evolution of juvenile justice in the United States.
    • CLO 4: Discuss the roles families, schools, peer groups, and others play in the juvenile justice system.
    • CLO 7: Develop an understanding of key problems and issues related to juvenile justice and juvenile justice reform.
  • PLO 3: Use discretion in the application of criminal law effectively, efficiently, correctly, and in a timely manner
    • CLO 9: Develop a philosophy for ethical practices in juvenile justice.
  • PLO 6: Demonstrate cultural diversity and community awareness skills including, but not limited to, conflict resolution, media relations, crime prevention, referrals to and collaboration with both criminal and non-criminal justice agencies.
    • CLO 9: Develop a philosophy for ethical practices in juvenile justice.
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