Criminal Justice-coas | Ethics and Criminal Justice
P493 | 1468 | DeLeon-Granados


Course Description:
This course will acquaint students with a multitude of personal and
professional ethical dilemmas encountered within the various facets of
the criminal justice system.  Moreover, it focuses on problem-solving
strategies and interpersonal skills and considerations relevant to
criminal justice practitioners.

Topics:
Ethical considerations in policing, law, the courts, corrections, and
criminal justice research and policy; conflict mediation;
interpersonal relations and issues of diversity.

Readings:
1 book and one small reader

Grading:
Points are a combination of research essay, in-class exercises, and
participation.

Class Meeting:  Two 75 minute classes per week, 4:00-5:15P, MW, SY
200.

Instructor:  Professor William DeLeon-Granados, Departmet of Criminal
Justice