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Intro to Criminal Justice

Course Description

Distinguish between the roles and functions of courts with jurisdiction in Wisconsin; differentiate between the roles and functions of federal, state and local law enforcement agencies; apply professional principles as a law enforcement officer; determine modern police functions and policies from a historical perspective; identify the role of the law enforcement officers in American society; utilize a decision-making model; identify the characteristics of a good decision maker; describe how professionalism, ethics and moral standards relate to a law enforcement career; practice a code of behavior; incorporate ethical decision-making strategies; describe how decisions are made; enhance an officer’s critical- thinking and police problem-solving skills; apply principles of critical thinking, decision making and problem solving; identify required law enforcement policies; defend the importance of written agency policies; and distinguish between ministerial and discretionary duties.

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