CJA - Criminal Justice Outcomes

AAS: Criminal Justice

  • Prepare quality reports of investigations in a manner that communicates concise and factual information and is capable of withstanding courtroom scrutiny.
    • Conduct searches and seizures in a manner that complies with statutory and constitutional requirements.
    • Communicate with individuals using verbal and non-verbal methods that recognize diverse cultures, ethnic groups and non-traditional populations.
    • Carry out criminal investigations using effective and legal interrogation techniques.
    • Manage initial custody of adults and juveniles with an understanding of differing procedures.
    • Recognize behaviors during encounters with individuals that indicate substance abuse or mental health issues. 3.2007

One-Year Certificate: Criminal Justice - Juvenile Corrections

Suspended January 2011
  • Observe, record and evaluate youth behavior and performance with an understanding of psychology principles and the effects that substance abuse may have had on their lives.
    • Communicate with individuals using verbal and non-verbal methods that recognize diverse cultures, ethnic groups and non-traditional populations.
    • Manage custody of juveniles with a comprehension of policies, laws and procedures.
    • Participate and contribute as a team member in youth treatment programs and rehabilitation.
    • Write clear and coherent reports using standard English conventions of grammar and style.
    • Use MS Office applications to create basic business documents. 3.2007

Less than One-Year Certificate: Career Pathway: Corrections Technician

  • Communicate with individuals using verbal and non-verbal methods that recognize diverse cultures, ethnic groups and non-traditional populations.
  • Write clear and coherent reports using standard English conventions of grammar and style.
  • Use MS Office applications to create basic business documents.
  • Interview and communicate with clients in correctional settings while demonstrating sensitivity to their issues such as mental health and substance abuse.
  • Participate in the intake and release processes at both adult and juvenile facilities with an understanding of the different procedures involved. 3.2007

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