CJ 673: Criminal Justice Evidence-Based Decision
Criminal Justice & Legal Studies
This course is intended to address criminal justice policies, and the methods of evaluation that can increase the accountability of the criminal justice system and its actors and promote effective crime prevention strategies. Specific focus on mass incarceration, sex offender laws, supermax prisons, faith-based prisoner reentry programs, transfer of juveniles to adult court, domestic violence mandatory arrest laws, drug courts, gun laws, community policing, private prisons, etc.
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