CJ 684: Police & Community Partnerships
Criminal Justice & Legal Studies
CJ 684 is a fully online course that explores the relationships between the police and the community from a historical perspective and traces the evolution of police-community relations up to the current landscape. The goals of this course are for learners to develop an understanding of the history of police-community relations and to become aware of more recent efforts and strategies for the police to effectively engage with communities they serve to improve public safety and increase perceptions of legitimacy and procedural justice.
- Lecture: Lecture for CJ 684
- Lecture: Web-based Lecture for CJ 684
- Lecture: Online Program for CJ 684
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