Apr 21, 2021  
2020-2021 Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog
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CRI 385 - Contemporary Policing Strategies (3 cr.)


This course focuses on various police strategies, their evolutions over time, their implementations in the field, and their effectiveness to prevent and control crime. More specifically, the course provides information about the following police strategies including: preventive patrol; follow-up investigations; rapid response to calls for service; community policing; problem oriented policing; situational crime prevention; police crackdowns; hot spots policing; pulling lever policing; SQF (stop-question-frisk); order-maintenance policing; broken windows policing; zero-tolerance policing; COMPSTAT policing; third party policing; intelligence led policing; procedurally just policing etc. The course also provides practical guidelines about how to implement these police strategies in the field and provides empirical studies that indicate whether these policing strategies are effective.
Liberal Arts
Prerequisite(s): CRI 150  .
Semester(s) Offered: Fall



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