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CRIM 4415 - Community Policing


Credit Hours: 3
This course provides a detailed analysis of community policing, which is the dominant philosophy for providing police services in the twenty-first century. Topics include the history of community policing, definitions of “community,” current strategies for the implementation of this philosophy and the impact community policing will have on crime, disorder and fear. Also included in the course will be a thorough description of the new role of a police officer as a Community Policing Officer and the requirements for success.

Prerequisite(s): CRIM 1101  Junior or Senior status



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