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A review of the criminal justice system and procedures from criminal violation to final disposition. Covers six primary functional areas of administration of justice and reviews principles of federal, state, criminal, and civil laws as they apply to and affect law enforcement.
Grades: 10-12
Credits: 0.5 - Elective, Pathway, Applied Arts
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Criminology
Course ID: 1505140
This course covers the development and conceptualization of crime including historical perspective, social and legal definitions and classifications. Includes an overview of criminology, research, data gathering and analysis. Introduces major theoretical perspectives on the nature of crime, criminals, and victimization along with current trends and patterns of crime typologies and responses to them.
Grades: 10-12
Credits: 1 - Elective, Pathway, Applied Arts
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Forensic Science
Course ID: 1505151
This class teaches the techniques and skills used to investigate crimes. Hands-on labs on the history of forensic science, DNA, hair and fingerprint identification, blood analysis, bullet impact patterns, shatter patterns, toxicology, profiling and more.
Grades: 10-12
Credits: 0.5 - Elective, Pathway, Applied Arts
This course will provide opportunities for students to observe how basic and advanced skills are used in the Law related areas. Internship hours will be completed outside of school hours and students need their own transportation.
Grades: 12
Credits: 0.5 - Elective, Pathway, Applied Arts
This course will provide opportunities for students to observe how basic and advanced skills are used in the Law related areas. Internship hours will be completed outside of school hours and students need their own transportation.
Grades: 12
Credits: 0.5 - Elective, Pathway, Applied Arts