Criminal Investigations

Permission Required:
Yes
Distribution:
Criminal Justice Basic Training (Technical Credit)
Credits:
1.67 Credits
Lecture:
3.33 Hours

Course Description:

This is a basic course which includes methods and skills for conducting an initial investigation of crimes against persons and property; interviewing witnesses, victims and suspects and preparing investigation reports; identifying the causes and effects of domestic violence, referral procedures; and court procedures, including testifying in court. The objectives are addressed as specified by the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission.

PHSC Course Schedule: Criminal Investigations

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Fall 2019
Section Availability Dates Days Meeting Time Campus Delivery Bldg/Room Instructor Credit Hours Clock Hours Fees Comments
1430 Open 10/11/2019-10/30/2019 Tue, Thu 7:59A-12:00 East Campus
On Campus
E-120 Not yet assigned 1.67
1430 Open Mon, Wed 12:59P- 5:00 East Campus E-120 Not yet assigned
1430 Open Thu 12:59P- 6:00 East Campus E-120 Not yet assigned
1430 Open Tue 12:59P- 7:00 East Campus E-120 Not yet assigned
1430 Open Mon, Wed 5:59P-10:00 East Campus E-120 Not yet assigned