|01:202:389||Criminal Justice Seminar|
|Description:||Examination of some central issues in contemporary criminal justice. Topics vary from semester to semester.|
Professor WILSON, Section 01, Crimmigration: The intersection of criminal law and immigration law. This course will provide students with a general overview of U.S. immigration law and the paths for legal presence, legal residence and naturalization. There will be an emphasis on how criminal activity or a conviction impacts the ability of Non-U.S. Citizens to enter or remain in the United States. Students will also learn about the various agencies that share in the formulation of immigration policy, creation of law and the enforcement of the policies and laws.
At the completion of the course, students will be able to analyze a fact pattern and identify the potential laws and outcomes that will impact a Non-U.S. Citizen. Students will also be informed about new federal and regional polices concerning immigration law enforcement.
Professor COHEN, Section 02, Emerging Issues in Law Enforcement and Homeland Security: This class will explore current issues impacting law enforcement and homeland security professionals in the United States. The class will examine high-profile events impacting public safety and public reaction to these events. Specific areas of focus will include violent crime, use of force by law enforcement officers, homegrown violent extremism, cyber-attacks, international terrorism, transnational drug trafficking, and domestic intelligence and information sharing activities.
|Current Syllabus:||Fall 2017 WILSON
Fall 2017 COHEN