CJ 1390 - INTRO TO POLICING

This course analyzes the role of Police in society. The functions of police, including organizational structure, discretion, subculture and interactions with the community are areas covered in detail. The class will also deal with problems in changing technology, corruption, violence and use of force by police today. Semester(s) Traditionally Offered: Fall, Spring

Dates Fall 2019 | 8/26/19 - 12/13/19
Times TR 1:30 PM - 2:45 PM
Credits 3.0
Delivery Broadcast
Marshall, Jason jason.marshall@usu.edu
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Seats Available 106 of 150 Available
Waitlist Available 100 of 100 Available
Center CRN Building (Rooms)
USU Eastern-Price 48025 Central Instruction Building (216)
Brigham City 48026 Tremonton Center (USU) (120)
Logan 48027 Distance Education (013)
Moab 48028 To Be Determined
Southwest * 48029 To Be Determined
Tooele 55076 Tooele Center (108)
Uintah Basin 48030 Bingham Center (125)
Uintah Basin 48030 Roosevelt Student Center (USU) (175)
USU Eastern-Blanding 48031 To Be Determined

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