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466 TOPICS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE: PROBLEM SOLVING COURTS

Topics in Criminal Justice: Problem Solving Courts (47:202:466:H3:04568) - CANCELLED
Class Dates: 7/11 - 8/17
Class Times: MTWTh, 12:00pm - 1:50pm
Instructor: Azari
Location: Engelhard Hall - 201
Format: In-Person
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course examines the various types of problem-solving courts within the criminal justice system. The problem-solving court movement has gained significant traction in recent years and has generated numerous types of specialty courts. During this course, students will understand the utility of these courts and how they aim to address systemic problems associated with the justice system. Students will be exposed to a variety of problem-solving courts and will understand key ethical issues surrounding these courts and their utilization. Finally, students will leave with an understanding of the policy implications associated with the various types of specialty courts.

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