Criminal Justice-coas | Foundations of Criminal Justice
P320 | 1483 | Kennedy


This course introduces the student to the investigative process and examines
various methods employed by law enforcement agencies to identify, develop,
preserve, and collect material and information pertinent to the presentation
of a criminal case.  This course also emphasizes the application of
principles elucidated by numerous sources and attempts to allow the student
to draw conclusions on the relative merit of each approach by classroom
participation and demonstration.
Readings:      Osterburg, J.W. "Criminal Investigation"
second edition, Anderson                Publishing Co.
Requirements:  Two tests and a final exam.
Class Meeting: One 150-minute lecture each week (R,
5:45-7:45P, WH 120)
Instructor:    Professor James Kennedy, Criminal Justice
Department