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Found 33 related courses for Griffith University Undergraduate Legal, Justice and Security Subjects

  • Statistics for Social Research

    GRF-CCJ29 | Undergraduate

    An introduction to applied statistics for students in criminal justice fields. Learn to identify appropriate techniques and how to perform, interpret and present these analyses. Explore descriptive and inferential statistics using SPSS for Windows.

    • 28 Feb 2022
    • 29 Aug 2022
  • Punishment, Justice and Reform

    GRF-CCJ36 | Undergraduate

    Explore the theories of punishment and the intended and unintended social and psychological consequences of imprisonment. Contrast the individual experience with reference to social relations, gender, race-ethnicity, age and mental health.

    • 29 Nov 2021
    • 30 May 2022
    • 28 Nov 2022
  • Gender, Crime and Justice

    GRF-CCJ215 | Undergraduate

    Seek to explain the profound differences between genders in crime rates, patterns, victimisation, and criminal justice system experiences and responses. Then consider intersections between gender, Indigeneity, class and sexual orientation.

    • 29 Nov 2021
    • 30 May 2022
    • 28 Nov 2022
  • Introduction to Policing

    GRF-CCJ22 | Undergraduate

    Commencing with its historical development, including the impact of the English tradition, you’ll analyse a variety of organisational issues and strategies. Understand candidate recruitment and selection practices and the role of private police.

    • 28 Feb 2022
    • 29 Aug 2022
  • Rehabilitating Offenders

    GRF-CCJ33 | Undergraduate

    Examine strategies for changing criminal behaviour within the correctional system by drawing on psychological principles and research. Review programs and articulate the rehabilitation ideal in terms of ethical, theoretical and practical concerns.

    • 29 Nov 2021
    • 30 May 2022
    • 28 Nov 2022
  • Introduction to Corrections

    GRF-CCJ23 | Undergraduate

    Study the origins and development of the correctional system in terms of custodial and non-custodial sanctions. Along with privatisation and deaths in custody, you’ll examine special populations such as women, juveniles and Indigenous offenders. 

    • 28 Feb 2022
    • 29 Aug 2022
  • Crime Analysis and Investigation

    GRF-CCJ38 | Undergraduate

    Develop skills for conducting crime analysis and diagnosing crime problems, and tactics to disrupt criminal activity. Study specific topics such as victim, place and offender oriented analyses and how these can inform tactical decisions and intervention.

    • 28 Feb 2022
    • 29 Aug 2022
  • White Collar Crime

    GRF-CCJ218 | Undergraduate

    Formulate a conceptual understanding of how and why white collar crimes occur and their impact. Alongside the police, examine the pivotal role of regulatory agencies who are largely responsible for detection and prevention

    • 28 Feb 2022
    • 29 Aug 2022
  • Youth Justice

    GRF-CCJ37 | Undergraduate

    Explore historical, sociological and criminological contexts. Establish links between the agencies set up to work with the young, and the skills, knowledge and interpersonal strategies needed. Consider legislation governing young people and crime.

    • 28 Feb 2022
    • 29 Aug 2022
  • Race, Crime and Justice

    GRF-CCJ39 | Undergraduate

    Understand how Indigeneity and ethnicities impact crime, victimisation and the criminal justice system. Develop knowledge of innovative justice practices and new forms of crime prevention for Indigenous peoples and ethnic minorities.

    • 28 Feb 2022
    • 29 Aug 2022