Criminal Justice 1:
Criminal Justice I is the first course in Law Enforcement Services program of study. It serves as a comprehensive survey of how the law enforcement, legal, and correctional systems interact with each other in the United States. Upon completion of this course, proficient students will understand the context of local, state, and federal laws, have investigative skills pertaining to basic crime scenes and incident documentation and understand the importance of communications and professionalism in law enforcement.
Criminal Justice 2:
Criminal Justice II is the second course in Law Enforcement Services program of study. From initial crisis scenario management to arrest, transport, trial, and corrections, procedures and laws governing the application of justice in the United States are examined in detail, with special emphasis on the best practices and professional traits required of law enforcement and legal professionals. Upon completion of this course, proficient students will be prepared for advanced work in crime scene analysis and forensic science, and have strong knowledge and skill preparation for postsecondary or career opportunities in associated fields.
Criminal Justice 3:
Criminal Justice III: Investigations is the final course designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills to be successful in the forensic sciences of criminal investigations. Students will learn terminology and investigation skills related to the crime scene, aspects of criminal behavior, and applications of the scientific inquiry to solve crimes. By utilizing the scientific inquiry method, students will obtain and analyze evidence through simulated crime scenes and evaluation of case studies. Upon completion of this course, proficient students will be able to identify careers forensic science and criminology, summarize the laws that govern the application of forensic science and draw key connections between the history of the forensic science system and the modern legal system.