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Juvenile Delinquency course added for spring 2014

UPDATE: CRJ 404 is now full. Please consider the other classes below.

The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice offers a new iCourse for the spring 2014 semester. 


CRJ 404 Juvenile Delinquency examines the causes behind juvenile delinquency and crime, including the role of learning problems, drugs, and gangs.  The course also looks at current criminal justice policies and strategies to prevent juvenile crime and recidivism among juvenile offenders. Click here to enroll! 

Here are a couple traditional classes that will help with a career in criminal justice:

CRJ 201 Crime Control Policies introduces students to the strategies used by law enforcement to fight crime.  Students explore the use of situational crime prevention strategies, problem-oriented crime control approaches, hot spots policing, defensible space, and crime prevention through environmental design. Students will apply concepts to actual crime problems in the local area.  Taught by assistant professor Cody Telep, a policing expert, CRJ 201 is held Tuesday and Thursdays from 4:30 to 5:45 p.m. at the University Center Building (UCENT) in downtown Phoenix. Click here to enroll!

CRJ 260 Substantive Criminal Law provides students valuable insight into the laws that make up our criminal codes. CRJ 260 examines the concept of criminal liability and the role of government in determining sanctions for crimes against persons, property, and society. The course is taught by Peter Gentala, who, as legal counsel to the majority at the Arizona House of Representatives, is involved in the creation of criminal codes at the state level.  The class is held at Coor Hall on the Tempe campus Tuesdays from 6 to 8:45 p.m.  Click here to enroll!

If you have questions about these or other CRJ classes, please see your advisor or call 602.496.2369


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