CRJ-209

Crime Scene Management

Examines the application of the physical and biological sciences to criminal investigation. Modern technology will be detailed as it applies to crime scene management, fingerprint science and photography. Emphasis is placed on the inter-relationship between science and law enforcement. The student will have the opportunity, in a classroom equipped with laboratory materials, to demonstrate their learning with hands-on activities directly related to the contemporary crime scene. Three class hours.

Prerequisites

Successful completion of CRJ 101 and CRJ 103, or permission of instructor.

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CRJ-209 Sections for Spring 2020

2 Sections Offered

CRJ-209, Section CC1 — CRN #20273
3 Credit Hours — Classroom

Instructor(s)
David Williams

Seats Remaining

15

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Scheduled Meeting Times
TypeLocationDate(s)Day / Time
LectureDowntown Campus
Room 352
Jan 21st, 2020 – May 23rd, 2020Friday
9:00 am - 11:50 am
Type Lecture
Location Downtown Campus
Room 352
Date(s) Jan 21st, 2020 – May 23rd, 2020
Day / Time Friday
9:00 am - 11:50 am
CRJ-209, Section CHJ — CRN #33809
3 Credit Hours — Hybrid (Online and Classroom)
((Hybrid)Crime Scene Management)

Instructor(s)
David Williams

Seats Remaining

35

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0

Scheduled Meeting Times
TypeLocationDate(s)Day / Time
LectureTBAMar 17th, 2020 – May 5th, 2020Tuesday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Type Lecture
Location TBA
Date(s) Mar 17th, 2020 – May 5th, 2020
Day / Time Tuesday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
***Hybrid Courses blend online learning and face-to-face classes. Most courses meet one day/week and the rest of the work is done in an electronic format. The best of both worlds.***

***This course is part of the Law Enforcement Associates Applied Degree. CRJ Department permission required.***