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AOJ-484 Public Policy, Crime, and Criminal Justice

Public Policy, Crime, and Criminal Justice provides an analysis of intergovernmental relations in the forming and implementing of criminal justice policies, laws, and procedures. Emphasis is placed on the development of quantitative and qualitative information in analyzing and formulating policy.

Advisory: To be successful in this course, students should have earned 6 credits in Administration of Justice or have comparable knowledge and experience.

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Credits: 3

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