ICJ 30000 Policing in America

This course provides an in-depth look at the relationship between Law enforcement and American society. This course focuses on police-community relations, the police sub-culture, and the need for police objectives to conform to constitutional procedures. Through an examination of the operational components of contemporary police organizations, students will examine the development of operational goals and objectives. Topics covered may include, but are not limited to, problem-oriented and community policing, police use of force, racial profiling, leadership in Law enforcement, and police corruption.




ICJ 10100; ICJ 21100; ICJ 21200.


Every term at various locations.