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Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement

Juvenile Law - (10504904)

Credits:   3.00
 

Description:

In this course, the learner will describe the juvenile justice system, describe the handling of cases of children in need of protection or services, describe the handling of cases of juveniles in need of protection or services or alleged to be delinquent, identify constitutional law issues that are relevant to juveniles, analyze the role of law enforcement in responding to child maltreatment, explain the issues involved in investigating incidents of child victimization, intervene and apply appropriate investigative strategies, describe the roles of other agencies in child maltreatment cases, and recognize the unique investigative issues for missing children. This course consists of competencies and learning objectives from the following blocks of instruction from the Law Enforcement Standards Board 520 hour Law Enforcement Basic Training Curriculum. Juvenile Law - 8 hours, Child Maltreatment - 8 hours. PREREQUISITE: 10504902 Criminal Law.

Select Term to View Scheduled Classes:

Fall 2014   08/18/2014 TO 12/16/2014
Spring 2015   01/12/2015 TO 05/13/2015
Summer 2015   06/01/2015 TO 07/24/2015