CJ 220 Criminal Justice and the Community
F2B 2006 BL
DeAngelis, George A.
Senior Instructor/Adjunct Faculty
8:00 - 1:00 PM
The Police and the Community by Carter, David
7th Edition Prentice Hall 2002
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Educational Philosophy: The facilitaor's educational philosophy is one of interactiveness based on lectures, outside readings, case studies, research, videos, quizzes, discussions, and examinations with an emphasis on student attendance. The facilitator strives to encourage each student to explore new ideas in a friendly, relaxed environment conducive to communication and participation.
Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
There will be a mid-term and a final examination. Additionally, each student will be required to complete a research project related to criminal justice and the community. Detail information concerning the research project will be discussed during class-time. Quizzes are optional at the facilitator's discretion, as well as the assignment of class work during the term. Attendance will be a factor when assessing final course grade.
Mid-Term Exam 30%
Final Exam 30%
Research Project 30%
Quizzes, Particip & Attendance 10%
F 59% & below
Late Submission of Course Materials:
Quizzes and examinations missed as a result of an unexcused absence cannot be made up.
Late work will be penalized and will not be accepted unless prior arrangements are made with the facilitator.
Classroom Rules of Conduct: Students are expected to attend class and remain for the entire period. This is not an on-line course. Students who cannot commit to attending this class as scheduled should not enroll. Leaving class early must be approved by the facilitator in order to recieve attendance credit. Determination of excused or unexcused absence remains with the discretion of the facilitator as per Park University policies. Excessive absences ( excused and unexcused) are grounds for dismissal from the course. Students who are disrespectful, abusive, rude, or unruly towards any student and or faculty member will be removed from the class. Prohibited conduct is also cause for dismissal from the course. Plagerism and dishonesty (in any manner or degree) will not be tolerated.
Oct.14 Intro & Chapter 1&2 Course intro, Foundation & Concept of Policing
Oct.21 Chapters 3-5 Fundamanetals of Community Policing, Role dilemma, and
Oct.26 Chapters 6-9 Professionalism, Discretion, & Public Iamage
Nov.04 M.T Exam & Chapter 10 (MT Exam Chapters 1-9) Perceptions & Values
Nov.11 Chapters 12,13 &14 Violence & Deadly Force
Nov.18 Chapters 14 & 15 Complaints & Contemporary Issues
Nov.25 Chapter 17 Look at the Future
Dec.02 Final Exam Chapters 10,12,-15, & 17 & Feedback
* Subject to change
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Attendance Policy:Instructors are required to maintain attendance records and to report absences via the online attendance reporting system.
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Last Updated:8/26/2006 3:56:46 PM