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CJS 2205 Introduction to Criminal Investigation & Forensic Science

3.0 Credit Hours

Survey of legal, technical and ethical aspects of criminal investigation. Common principles and techniques of criminal investigation, including crime scene procedures, collection and preservation of evidence, development of leads and criminalistics (current terminology for forensics). Skills necessary to investigate crimes and obtain legally admissible evidence. Basic science of physical, chemical and biological evidence.
Prerequisite:  OR DEV 0044  DEV 0012  AND DEV 0032

Spring Term 2015 Schedule
Booklist for CJS 2205
  LAB SEC CALL HRS START END DAY ROOM INSTRUCTOR STATUS
(* indicates prerequisite) (updated hourly)
  112 0215875 3.0 2:00 PM 3:15 PM TTH 9 208 Niehaus CLOSED
  M00 0218431 3.0 12:30 PM 1:45 PM TTH CVA OPEN
  N05 0215876 3.0 6:00 PM 8:40 PM M 9 202 Mumpower OPEN
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