CJL 310 ETHICS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
An examination of the ethical considerations and constraints relevant to the criminal justice system. The course will use scenario based exploration of the issues of crime and justice in the context of a contemporary diverse society. Topics include police corruption, corrections and judicial corruption, diversity issues pertaining to agency practitioners and interacting in a diverse world. Specific attention is given to the effect of race, ethnicity, gender and special populations on offending and victimization, adjudication and sentencing.
(with a min grade of C-)
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