Course Details

Learners will examine various criminal justice systems in order to identify their historical, cultural, religious, and social origins on the development of specific criminal justice systems. The response to crime and criminal behavior on behalf of police judiciary and correctional officials is analyzed in a variety of different criminal justice systems. Descriptive material on selected countries will be analyzed and compared. Learners will assess and compare the implications of these components of the various justice systems studied and examine their practice. The effect of the media on the administration of criminal justice will also be examined. (Formerly BLES305)

This course is only open to students who have been admitted to the Bachelor of Law Enforcement Studies. Please see the BLES program page for more information, and for instructions on how to apply to the program.


  • LAWS-1202
Course Offerings
No sections are currently scheduled for this course

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