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Fundamentals of Detention & Corrections
This micro-credential is designed to meet the needs of current or aspiring detention and corrections professionals, and others who are interested in learning more about criminal justice. Completers are prepared enter careers as detention and corrections officers and will learn primary components of the criminal justice and law system as well as legal, social, and ethical issues influencing criminal justice. This micro-credential can be completed online in as little as eight weeks.
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Successful completion of CJ 1113 Introduction to Criminal Justice: An introduction to the primary components of the criminal justice system - law enforcement, the court system, and corrections - and their general operating processes and responsibilities; the legal, social, and ethical issues influencing criminal justice; and the availability of criminal case file information to the public (3-credit hours)
Successful completion of CJ 1213 Introduction to Corrections: A survey of corrections including a review of the history and development of the system; roles and functions of participants; and prevention, treatment, and supervision programs for offenders (3-credit hours)
Essentials of Correction and Online Learning will be team taught by Rogers County Sheriff’s Office (RCSO) and RSU’s faculty. Course instruction will be held the Saturday prior to Fall and Spring semester starts. The first four hours, taught by RCSO detention officers, will be provide a fundamental understanding of corrections/detention officer career pathways as well as essential skills and knowledge required. The final two hours, taught by RSU CJ faculty, will provide lessons in online learning