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CJS 425. Sex Crimes and Sex Offenders

Credits: 3
Department: Criminal Justice
Description: Identification, definition, and codification of deviance as a criminal act; definitions of sex offenses and social response to a sexual offense; treatment efforts and incarceration outcomes for offenders.
Prerequisites: CJS 111 and CJS 411 or CJS 433 or instructor permission
Semester Offered: Even Spring
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Demonstrate ability to articulate a knowledge base of a history of sexuality, definitions of healthy sexuality, crime and deviance.
2. Critically evaluate the types of sexual offenses, sex offender classifications, sex offender laws, policies, and practices.
3. Analyze the current social and community responses to sex offenders who are released back into the community after a term in confinements.
4. Identify and discuss sex offender prevention policy and procedures.

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