Community Policing and Homeland Security
Course ID: ADJU 223
This course identifies the various policing strategies used throughout the history of the United States, with special emphasis on community policing and homeland security. This course begins by explaining how policing has evolved and what factors have impacted the various eras of policing. The philosophy of community policing and the role of police in homeland security is described in detail. Lecture 3 hours per week.
Semester(s): Spring, Fall
Program Contact: Shawn Westbrooks
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