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Learning Outcomes

  • To appreciate the role of criminal justice in our democratic society
  • To understand the responsibilities of the major components of the system
  • To understand the limits our constitutional democracy places on practitioners by the study of professional, ethical and legal issues in the system
  • To understand the basic ingredients associated with the studies of crime and its control, i.e. the law, theories of crime, causation, and formal and informal approaches to crime prevention and management
  • To appreciate the developments in the criminal justice that respect diversity, promote tolerance and incorporate the principles of equality, fairness and the protection of rights of all citizens
  • To enhance other skills acquired through General Education requirements
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