3 cr. Undergraduate/Graduate. Examines theories and applications to analyze data. Approaches include crime mapping and spatial analysis; strategic, administrative, and tactical crime analysis. Other methods are also covered.
CRM JST 671 Juvenile Justice
3 cr. Undergraduate/Graduate. Structure of juvenile justice system -- police, courts, and corrections; analysis of structure of subsystems of the juvenile justice process; introduction to literature and research.
CRM JST 680 Jails
3 cr. Undergraduate/Graduate. The primary purpose is to develop a comprehensive understanding of the role of the jail in contemporary society.
CRM JST 713 Measuring Crime & Analyzing Crime Data
3 cr. Graduate. This course discusses various measures of crime, how different measures affect outcomes, and strategies to analyze and visualize crime data.
CRM JST 716 Advanced Analytic Techniques for Crime Analysts
3 cr. Graduate. Current methods and analyses commonly used by crime analysts, including the identification of crime patters, risk factors, and intelligence gathering strategies.
CRM JST 743 Proseminar: Administration of Criminal Justice Systems
3 cr. Graduate. An examination of criminal justice organizations from a public administration focus, integrating organizational theory and political theory for the analysis of criminal justice administration.
CRM JST 756 Proseminar: Analysis of Criminal Justice Research
3 cr. Graduate. A study of the application of social science research methods to criminal justice issues.
CRM JST 795 Issues in Law Enforcement Practice and Policy
3 cr. Graduate. An examination of police practice in a democratic society from an operational, legal, and sociological perspective
CRM JST 810 Police Administration
3 cr. Graduate. An application of management principles to the police organization.
CRM JST 820 Police and the Multicultural Community
3 cr. Graduate. A study of the critical issues facing police officers and administrators in relation to policing a diverse society, with particular emphasis on training leadership, minorities and women police officers, and police - community relations.
CRM JST 830 Intervention Strategies for Correctional Clients
3 cr. Graduate. A review and analysis of intervention approaches and programs used with correctional clients, both juvenile and adult, with emphasis on diversion, prevention, and rehabilitation strategies.
CRM JST 840 Philosophical Foundations of Policing
3 cr. Graduate. An in-depth analysis of the social theory of policing. The most significant theoretical and empirical works on policing are examined.
CRM JST 850 Issues in Correctional Practice and Policy
3 cr. Graduate. Overview of significant issues facing corrections, including sentencing, life imprisonment, violence and victimization in prison, supermax, evidence-based practices, and parole revocation.
CRM JST 910 Methods and Practice Capstone for Crime Analysts
3 cr. Graduate. Seminar in use of crime analysis techniques and synthesis of prior empirical research using crime analysis techniques.