ADMJ 62 Criminal Investigation (3)
Credit, Degree Applicable
A theoretical and empirical approach to study of criminal investigation, focusing on specific challenges of criminal investigations, as well as ethics in the criminal investigative process. The student will study the principles of investigation, the investigation of specific offenses, the investigator in the judicial process, and the specialized scientific methods of crime detection.
C-ID AJ 140
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: Prepare a preliminary investigation related to crime scene examination
- Outcome 2: Describe search and seizure protocols related to arrest
- Outcome 3: Distinguish characteristics of criminal suspects.
- Outcome 4: Analyze the criminal intelligence function.
- Outcome 5: Organize undercover and surveillance operations.
- Outcome 6: Manage interviews and interrogations.
- Outcome 7: Analyze the development and management of informants.
- Outcome 8: Synthesize various investigative techniques for specific criminal offenses such as wrongful deaths, assaults, sex offenses, child abuse, burglary, larceny, arson and bombings, and special investigations involving terrorism.
- Outcome 9: Compare and contrast critical ethical issues
- Outcome 10: Analyze the role of the investigator in the judicial process