CRIM 3111: Policing and Communities (2022-2023)

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This course examines the police as a profession, from both a historical and contemporary context. We will think about the police as a social institution, exploring the structure of police systems and the culture of policing, and how it is shaped by broader socio-cultural contexts. We will explore the major strategies of policing (e.g., community policing, “broken-windows”, Crisis Intervention Teams, etc.) and the implications for the communities they serve (e.g., minority communities). In the course, we will study issues in contemporary policing and consider police reforms, with a focus on policing in an urban environment Typically offered: Autumn.

Term CRN Credits Instructor(s) Days Time Dates Location Open
Autumn 113 5 Karen Snedker
M,W,F
10:30AM-11:50 AM
09/12-11/16
Demaray Hall 355
21 of 30 seats open
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Attributes: Upper-Division
Grade Modes: (Default) Normal Grading, Audit
Instructional Methods: Traditional
Note: Full Term

Prerequisites:
(CRIM 1110: C- or better
OR SOC 1110: C- or better
OR CRIM 2510: C- or better
OR SOC 2510: C- or better)