Apr 23, 2019  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog
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CRJ 3220 - International Criminal Justice


This course examines the different types of criminal justice systems that exist around the world. It examines the interconnections between crime and religion, cultural values, and societal norms. Using historical analysis, the course explores issues in the globalization of criminal justice systems as they deal with murder, terrorism, drug trafficking, prostitution, etc. The course further traces the globalization of U.S. Law Enforcement and provides students with an understanding of the problems and challenges that agencies and personnel face, operating within a foreign criminal justice system, religion, and culture.

Prerequisites & Notes
The prerequisite is CRJ 1010 or permission. This course is offered every other year.

Credits: 3



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