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(ILOs, Core Competencies)

Course ID Course Name SLO Name SLO
ADJU 1 Intro to the Admin of Justice SLO #1 Analyze basic concepts of the American justice system and evaluate the impact of cultural awareness on the American criminal justice system in the United States and abroad.
    SLO #2 Evaluate the complexity of social, political, and economic systems and problems and develop ways to contribute to the solution of such problems as they involve law enforcement, courts and corrections,
    SLO #3 Interpret specialized terms associated with the American justice system and evaluate the basis for the American penal system, parole and bail.
ADJU 14 Introduction to Corrections SLO #1 Identify basic philosophies behind corrections and discuss recent trends.
    SLO #2 Discuss the relationship of corrections with other parts of the justice system as it relates to its role within the system.
    SLO #3 Demonstrate an understanding of employment opportunities and entry level requirements into the justice system.
ADJU 15 Legal Aspects of Corrections SLO #1 Describe the history of and identify concepts and precedents that have led to current correctional practices.
    SLO #2 Identify civil rights as they relate specifically to prisoners, as well as recognize those rights in which prisoners have lost.
    SLO #3 Describe the responsibility of correctional staff to ensure that a prisoner’s civil rights are upheld and respected.
ADJU 16 Cntrl & Sprvsn in Corrections SLO #1 Distinguish between and identify various methods, practices and theories related to the custodial supervision of incarcerated individuals.
    SLO #2 Discuss issues related to custodial control and identify appropriate actions custodial staff may take if and when a crisis situation arises.
    SLO #3 Describe interactions as they might occur between the offender and correctional staff in day to day operations, as well as in crisis situations.
ADJU 17 Correctional Interview & Couns SLO #1 Identify those counseling techniques that are most effective in an interview.
    SLO #2 Demonstrate an understanding of the philosophies, theories, and goals of various counseling and treatment modalities.
    SLO #3 Identify techniques and theories used in confidence building by correctional staff during interviews and counseling.
ADJU 18 Fund. of Probation and Parole SLO #1 Identify the important historical developments that led to the creation of  probation and parole agencies.
    SLO #2 Evaluate the organization and operation of probation and parole agencies and their implications for the future.
    SLO #3 Identify the important issues and problems in adult and juvenile probation and parole, including determinate versus indeterminate sentencing, the role of probation and parole officers, legal issues, and the effectiveness of treatment.
ADJU 2 Prin/Proc of the Justice Sys SLO #1 Analyze the procedures involved in the United States justice system from arrest to release.
    SLO #2 Examine the defendant’s rights, as well as recognize various Supreme Court decisions that have effected the justice system, as it relates to the rights of the defendant.
    SLO #3 Determine various legal rules of procedure from arrest to release to include the courtroom and proper court room procedure.
ADJU 3 Concepts of Criminal Law SLO #1 Evaluate basic concepts of criminal law in America and analyze and discuss the basic procedures and rules of evidence that apply to almost all criminal cases.
    SLO #2 Examine specialized terms associated with the criminal law in America.
    SLO #3 Analyze the basis for the decision of the United States Supreme Court in several landmark criminal law cases.
ADJU 4 Legal Aspects Of Evidence SLO #1 Analyze various forms of evidence and evaluate how it is obtained, evaluated, and presented in trial.
    SLO #2 Interpret the rules of evidence based on state law, federal law and prior case decision.
    SLO #3 Draw conclusions between the exclusionary rule, search and seizure and direct vs. circumstantial evidence.
ADJU 5 Comm Relations of Jus Sys SLO #1 Examine the interrelationships and roles of criminal justice personnel, agencies and the public in community relations and evaluate the importance of their interaction within the community.
    SLO #2 Differentiate between public relations and community relations.
    SLO #3 Evaluate psychological factors affecting police-community relations and examine proper communication skills in police/community interaction.
ADJU 6 Concepts of Enforcement Svcs SLO #1 Demonstrate an understanding of the theories, concepts and philosophies related to the role expectations of the patrol officer, as well as discuss physical and mental issues and liability and ethical concerns.
    SLO #2 Identify patrol techniques utilized across the country including, but not limited to,directed patrol, problem solving patrol and selective enforcement, as well as specialized police operations.
    SLO #3 Demonstrate an understanding of the procedures in the investigation of traffic accidents, traffic control techniques, emergency situations and terrorism.
ADJU 7 Principles of Investigation SLO #1 Determine basic scientific methods used in a criminal investigation and discuss the basic concepts of performing a criminal investigation
    SLO #2 Differentiate between specialized terms associated with a criminal investigation.
    SLO #3 Evaluate the importance of proper evidence handling procedures.
ADJU 8 Juvenile Crime/Delinquency SLO #1 Analyze the many diverse views and perspectives that characterize the study of juvenile delinquency and reflect its interdisciplinary nature.
    SLO #2 Interpret the theory, law, policy, and practice in the study of juvenile delinquency and relate the juvenile justice system to the adult system.
    SLO #3 Examine the complexity of social, political, and economic systems and problems and develop ways to contribute to the solution of such problems as they involve the juvenile justice system.

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