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					     DEPARTMENT OF
CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL
     JUSTICE STUDIES




STUDENT HANDBOOK
   FOR CRIMINOLOGY MAJORS




       2012-2013
       JULY 2012 REVISION
     DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY AND
        CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES

             UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies offers students a
broad background in history, philosophy, organization, management and
operation of the criminal justice system. Upon completion, this degree opens up
entry-level, non-sworn* positions in local, state, and federal agencies, such as
Juvenile Justice, Private Security, Private Investigation, Loss Prevention, Law
Enforcement, Corrections, Probation and Parole, Detention Centers, Community-
based Intervention Programs, and Crime Scene Technician. This program is
also beneficial to professionals within these fields who are seeking incentive
benefits or career enhancement. In addition, this program can be useful as a first
step toward a career in sworn law enforcement, corrections, and probation as
well as a legal or public service career. Students may seek either an A.S. or an
A.A.S. degree or a Crime Scene or Criminal Justice Technology Specialist
College Credit Certificate.

            For More Information - Our Web Site: http://hccfl.edu/cjt




                CRIMINAL JUSTICE DEGREES

A.S. Criminal Justice Technology

        This is the primary degree for Criminal Justice majors. The A.S. degree
will transfer into similar upper division programs in Florida universities and
colleges allowing graduates to enter these universities and colleges as a junior
and seek a Bachelors Degree. The Criminal Justice Technology program
recommends this Degree for criminal justice majors.


A.A.S. Criminal Justice Technology

       This degree is specifically designed for graduates of a Florida police or
corrections academy who receive college credits for their academy training
toward this degree. The A.A.S. degree will not transfer into upper division
programs in Florida universities and colleges and is generally a terminal degree,
but students wishing to transfer may be able to take additional courses
afterwards to achieve an A.S. degree which will transfer.
A.A. Liberal Arts (Justice Administration)

       As the A.S. degree (Associates in Science) is now transferable into upper
division programs in Florida Universities allowing graduates to seek a Bachelor’s
Degree, the A.A. degree is no longer required or recommended for Criminal
Justice Majors. However, Criminal Justice Majors may still seek the A.A. degree

       Please Note: All Criminal Justice Technology classes are fully transferable
and therefore may be taken as electives toward an A.A. in Liberal Arts or any
other degree allowing electives of choice.


College Credit Certificate in Crime Scene

       Hillsborough Community College offers a College Credit Certificate
Program in Crime Scene Technology designed to prepare graduates for work as
crime scene technicians and technologists.

       Students can seek a Crime Scene College Credit Certificate at the same
time and along with an Associates Degree in Criminal Justice Technology, or
they can seek the Crime Scene College Certificate alone (including students who
already have a College Degree).

        Please note that students can also take most Crime Scene classes as
electives toward an Associates Degree without seeking the Crime Scene
Certificate.


College Credit Certificate as a Criminal Justice Technology Specialist

      Hillsborough Community College offers a College Credit Certificate
Program as a Criminal Justice Technology Specialist, designed to prepare
graduates for work in law enforcement.

       Students can seek a Criminal Justice Technology Specialist College
Credit Certificate at the same time and along with an Associates Degree in
Criminal Justice Technology, or they can seek the Criminal Justice Technology
Specialist College Certificate alone (including students who already have a
College Degree).

      All courses taken toward this Certificate can be transferred and used
toward the completion of an Associated Degree in Criminal Justice (AS.CJT).
That would allow a student to take this program first, graduate, and then continue
towards their Associated degree.
                        CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                 DEGREE AND CERTIFICATE
                     REQUIREMENTS



                          A.S. DEGREE
                 CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY*
                                    (64 Credits)

                 *Recommended Degree For Criminal Justice Majors

General Education & Related Courses                                18 Credits

Criminal Justice Required Courses                                  28 Credits

Criminal Justice Elective Courses                                  18 Credits




                          A.A.S. DEGREE
                  CRIMINAL JUSTICE TEDCHNOLOY
                   POLICE ACADEMY GRADUATE
                                    (64 Credits)

General Education & Related Courses                                15 Credits

Criminal Justice Required Courses                                   4 Credits

Criminal Justice Elective Courses                                  12 Credits

Academy Awarded Credits                                            33 Credits
                        A.A.S. DEGREE
                CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY
               CORRECTIONS ACADEMY GRADUATE
                                    (64 Credits)

General Education & Related Courses                       15 Credits

Criminal Justice Required Courses                          4 Credits

Criminal Justice Elective Courses                         18 Credits

Academy Awarded Credits                                   27 Credits



                        A.A.S. DEGREE
                CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY
              DUAL CERTIFIED ACADEMY GRADUATE
                                    (64 Credits)

General Education & Related Courses                       15 Credits

Criminal Justice Required Courses                          4 Credits

Criminal Justice Elective Courses                          6 Credits

Academy Awarded Credits                                   39 Credits



                   COLLEGE CREDIT CERTIFICATE
                               CRIME SCENE
Crime Scene Program Required Courses                      28 Credits



                   COLLEGE CREDIT CERTIFICATE
          CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST
Criminal Justice Technology Specialist Required Courses   24 Credits
         COURSE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE
        CRIME SCENE COLLEGE CERTIFICATE

        The College Credit Certificate Program in Crime Scene Technology is
designed to prepare graduates for work in crime scene fields and forensics.
        Crime Scene work is a growing field made famous by television shows
such as the CSI series. It is a very technical field with specialty training being
necessary. Crime scene technician positions are often civilian and are not
recruited from sworn police officers but are hired directly from the public.
        Crime Scene Technicians and Technologists specialize in the locating,
identifying, processing, and preserving of evidence at crime scenes, identifying
fingerprints, crime scene photography, as well as testifying in court as to their
findings. City, county, state and federal law enforcement agencies, prosecuting
attorneys offices, and medical examiners' offices as well as criminal and civil law
firms and private industry employ crime scene specialists.
        Students can seek a Crime Scene College Credit Certificate at the same
time and along with an Associates Degree or they can seek the Crime Scene
College Certificate alone (including students who already have a College
Degree). Please note that students can also take most Crime Scene classes as
electives toward an Associates Degree without seeking the Certificate.

Required Courses

   CCJ-1020         Introduction to Criminal Justice                        3 Cr
   CJE-1640         Introduction to Criminalistics                          3 Cr
   CJE-1642c        Introduction to Crime Scene Technology                  3 Cr
   CJE-1643c        Advanced Crime Scene Technology                         3 Cr
   CJE-2600         Criminal Investigations                                 3 Cr
   CJE-2671c        Latent Fingerprint Development*                         2 Cr
   CJE-2672 c       Fingerprint Classification*                             2 Cr
   CJE-2770c        Forensic Photography*                                   3 Cr
   CJL-1610         Courtroom Presentation of Crime Scene Evidence          3 Cr
   CJL-2130         Criminal Evidence & Procedure                           3 Cr

                    Total College Certificate Credits                     28 Cr

Note: Credits for classes marked with an asterisk (*) are only usable toward the
      College Credit Certificate in Crime Scene. These credits cannot be used
      toward an A.S., A.A.S., or A.A. Degree.
      COURSE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE
 CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST
           COLLEGE CERTIFICATE

       Hillsborough Community College offers a College Credit Certificate as a
Criminal Justice Technology Specialist designed to prepare graduates to work in
law enforcement, corrections, private security, and other criminal justice, legal, or
public service related fields

       Students can seek a Criminal Justice Technology Specialist College
Credit Certificate at the same time and along with an Associates Degree or they
can seek the Criminal Justice Technology Specialist College Certificate alone
(including students who already have a College Degree).

      All courses taken toward this Certificate can be transferred and used
toward the completion of an Associated Degree in Criminal Justice (AS.CJT).
That would allow a student to take this program first, graduate, and then continue
towards their Associates degree.

Required Courses

   CCJ-1020          Introduction to Criminal Justice                        3 Cr
   CCJ-2191          Human Behavior in Criminal Justice                      3 Cr
   CCJ-TBA           Criminal Justice Communications and Reports             3 Cr
   CJJ-1002          Juvenile Delinquency                                    3 Cr
   CJE-1000          Introduction to Law Enforcement                         3 Cr
   CJL-2130          Criminal Evidence & Procedure                           3 Cr

   AND STUDENTS MUST SELECT TWO OF THE FOLLOWING CLASSES:

   CCJ-1488          Ethics in Criminal Justice                              3 Cr
   CCJ-2671          Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice         3 Cr
   CJC-1000          Introduction to Corrections                             3 Cr
   CJL-1500          Introduction to the Court System                        3 Cr
   SCC-1000          Introduction to Private Security                        3 Cr

                     Total College Certificate Credits                      24 Cr
                  DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY AND
                     CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES
                            DEGREE LEARNING TRACKS
Our students can choose to emphasize a degree learning track based on their
educational and employment goals. The Track they select offers them guidance
on what electives they should choose. Students who are not sure which Track
they wish may select the No-Track Option (General Criminal Justice).
PLEASE NOTE: Students do not enroll or register into a Degree Learning Track. They enroll into the AS.CJT program.
Degree Tracks are simply meant to assist students in selecting the most appropriate electives based on their career or
educational goals. Criminal Justice Majors are free to choose any criminal justice elective to satisfy the elective
requirements of these Degrees.

General Criminal Justice – No Track
         For students who have not selected a Career Track or wish to take a variety of
         criminology and criminal justice courses.

Criminology Track:
         For students pursuing a career in criminology, criminal justice research, or
         criminal justice education.

Law Enforcement Track:
         For students pursuing a career in police work or criminal investigations.

Corrections, Probation, and Juvenile Justice Track:
         For students pursuing a career in the jail or prison system; the juvenile justice
         system; or the parole, probation, or community control system.

Pre-Law Track:
         For students pursuing a career in the legal system as an attorney including
         prosecution or criminal defense.

Crime Scene Track:
         For students pursuing a career in crime scene, crime laboratory, or
         forensics.

Homeland Security Track:
         For students pursuing a career in counter-terrorism, counter-intelligence,
         national security, or governmental security.

Social Services Track:
         For students pursuing a career in criminal justice related social services
         including victim advocacy, domestic violence, and drug abuse, and mental
         health commitments.

Private Security and Investigations Track:
         For students pursuing a career in private security, loss prevention, or private
         investigations.
              DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY AND
                 CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES
                           DEGREE SPECIALTIES

Victim Advocacy:

       This is a specialty career within criminal justice agencies that assists the victims
of crimes instead of targeting the offender. Victim Advocates work with the victims of
crimes assisting them during the investigative and prosecution stage of a criminal
proceeding. Students interested in this type of career should take CCJ-2013:
Introduction to Victimology as one of their electives.

Crime Analysis:

         This is a specialty career within criminal justice agencies that work with crime
statistics and crime mapping.      Crime Analysts compile detailed evaluations of crime
trends that are used to determine police special operations and personnel distribution.
Students interested in this type of career should take CJE-1653: Crime Analysis and
Intelligence and CJE 2664: Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis as electives.

Computer Forensics:

        This is a specialty career within criminal justice agencies that is involved with the
investigation of computer related and computer generated crimes, as well as a
specialization in the utilization of the computer as a criminal investigative tool. Students
interested in this type of career should take CJE-1680: Introduction to Computer Crimes
as one of their electives.




        A.S. CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY
       ACADEMY GRADUATE DEGREE TRACKS
Graduates of a Florida police or corrections academy may receive college credits* for
their academy training toward the electives required for this degree. There are two
Tracks: a Law Enforcement Graduate Track for graduates of a Florida Police Academy
and a Corrections Track for graduates of a Florida Corrections Academy.

Police Academy Graduate Track:

       For students who have graduated from a Florida Police Academy.

Corrections Academy Graduate Track:

       For students who have graduated from a Florida Corrections Academy.
       A.A.S. CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY
                  DEGREE TRACKS
This degree is specifically designed for graduates of a Florida police or corrections
academy who receive significant college credits* for their academy training toward this
degree. There are three Tracks: a Law Enforcement Graduate Track for graduates of a
Florida Police Academy; a Corrections Track for graduates of a Florida Corrections
Academy; and a Dual Certified Officer Track for those who have graduated from both a
Florida Police and a Florida Corrections Academy. This Degree does not transfer to a
University.

Police Academy Graduate Track:

       For students who have graduated from a Florida Police Academy.

Corrections Academy Graduate Track:

       For students who have graduated from a Florida Corrections Academy.

Dual Academy Graduate Track:

       For students who have graduated from both a Florida Police and a Florida
       Corrections Academy.


* Please note that these credits can only be awarded if the student successfully
completed the Academy and passed the State Certification Examination, and H.C.C. will
only award these credits if the student has successfully completed a minimum of 15
college credits at H.C.C.



               COLLEGE CREDIT CERTIFICATE
                CRIME SCENE TECHNOLOGY
This certificate is specifically designed for those wishing to enter the field of crime
scene and forensics. Students can seek the Certificate alone which is 28 credits
or they can seek the Certificate and A.S. Degree together requiring 71 credits.


        COLLEGE CREDIT CERTIFICATE
  CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST
This certificate is specifically designed for those wishing to enter the field of law
enforcement. Students can seek the Certificate alone which is 24 credits or they
can seek the Certificate and A.S. Degree together which can be done in 64
credits.
DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES
                  COURSE OFFERINGS
CCJ Courses – Criminology
        CCJ 1010            Introduction to Criminology
        CCJ 1020            Introduction to Criminal Justice
        CCJ 1488            Ethics in Criminal Justice
        CCJ 2013            Introduction to Victimology
        CCJ 2111            Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior
        CCJ 2191            Introduction to Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
        CCJ 2600            Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
        CCJ 2610            Introduction to Criminal Typologies
        CCJ 2618            Forensic Psychology
        CCJ 2648            Organized Crime
        CCJ 2671            Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
        CCJ 2685            Domestic and Sexual Violence
        CCJ 2720            Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods
        CCJ 2910            Directed Research
        CCJ 2934            Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice
        CCJ 2935            Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues
        CCJ 2940            Criminal Justice Internship
        CCJ 2949            Criminal Justice Field Studies
CJC Courses – Corrections and Probation
        CJC 1000            Introduction to Corrections
        CJC 2162            Probation and Parole
CJE Courses – Law Enforcement and Crime Scene
        CJE 1000            Introduction to Law Enforcement
        CJE 1640            Introduction to Criminalistics
        CJE 1642c           Introduction to Crime Scene Technology
        CJE 1643c           Advanced Crime Scene Technology
        CJE 1653            Crime Analysis and Intelligence
        CJE 1680            Introduction to Computer Crimes
        CJE 2004            Career Choices in Criminal Justice (1 Credit)
        CJE 2170            Comparative Police & Criminal Justice Systems
        CJE 2233            Drug Abuse and Crime
        CJE 2300            Police Administration and Organization
        CJE 2400            Community Relations
        CJE 2600            Criminal Investigation
        CJE 2603            Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court
        CJE 2614            Serial Killers
        CJE 2664            Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis
        CJE 2671c           Latent Fingerprint Development
        CJE 2672c           Fingerprint Classification
        CJE 2770c           Forensic Photography
CJJ Courses – Juvenile Justice and Delinquency
        CJJ 1002            Juvenile Delinquency
        CJJ-2004            Juvenile Justice System

CJL Courses – Law and Court Process
        CJL 1062            Constitutional Law
        CJL 1070            Legal Rights of Prisoners
        CJL 1100            Criminal Law
        CJL 1500            Introduction to the Court System
        CJL 2072            Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
        CJL 2130            Criminal Evidence and Procedures
        CJL 2202            Legal Research in Criminal Justice
        CJL 2400            Criminal Court Litigation
        CJL 2610            Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence
DSC Courses – Homeland Security
        DSC1002             Introduction to Terrorism
        DSC1003             Introduction to Homeland Security
        DSC2033             Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics
SCC Courses – Security
        SCC 1000            Introduction to Private Security
        SCC 1001            Introduction to Private Investigations
COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S. DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE

General Education (9 hr)
         Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required
                    ENC 1101English Composition I                                                           3 hr
         Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
                    Any Humanities Gen Ed Course (See the Attached List)                                    3 hr
         Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
                    Any Math Gen Ed Course ( MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher)                                3 hr
Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)
                    PSY 2012             General Psychology                                                 3 hr
                    SYG 2000             Intro to Sociology                                                 3 hr
                    POS 2041             American Government                                                3 hr
Program Core Courses (28 hr)
         Group A (22 hr) – Required Courses
                    CCJ 1010             Introduction to Criminology                                        3 hr
                    CCJ 1020             Introduction to Criminal Justice                                   3 hr
                    CCJ 2910             Directed Research                                                  3 hr
                    CJE 2004             Career Choices in Criminal Justice                                 1 hr
                    CJJ 1002             Juvenile Delinquency                                               3 hr
                    CJL 1062             Constitutional Law                                                 3 hr
                    CJL 1100             Criminal Law                                                       3 hr
                    CJL 2130             Criminal Evidence & Procedure                                      3 hr
         Group B (3 hr)
              Students must select ONE of the following: *
                    CJC 1000             Introduction to Corrections OR
                    CJE 1000             Introduction to Law Enforcement OR
                    CJE 1640             Introduction to Criminalistics OR
                    CJL 1500             Introduction to the Court System                                   3 hr
         GROUP C (3 hr)
              Students must select ONE of the following
                    CCJ 2940             Criminal Justice Internship OR
                    CCJ 2949             Criminal Justice Field Studies                                     3 hr
Program Electives (18 hr)
              Students must select SIX of the following: *
                    CCJ 1488             Ethics in Criminal Justice
                    CCJ 2013             Introduction to Victimology
                    CCJ 2111             Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior
                    CCJ 2191             Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
                    CCJ 2600             Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
                    CCJ 2610             Introduction to Criminal Typologies
                    CCJ 2618             Forensic Psychology
                    CCJ 2648             Organized Crime
                    CCJ 2671             Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
                    CCJ 2685             Domestic and Sexual Violence
                    CCJ 2720             Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods
                    CCJ 2934             Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice
                    CCJ 2935             Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues
                    CJC 2162             Probation and Parole
                    CJE 1642c            Introduction to Crime Scene Technology
                    CJE 1643c            Advanced Crime Scene Technology
                    CJE 1653             Crime Analysis and Intelligence
                    CJE 1680             Introduction to Computer Crimes
                    CJE 2170             Comparative Police & Criminal Justice Systems
                    CJE 2233             Drug Abuse and Crime
                    CJE 2300             Police Administration and Organization
                    CJE 2400             Community Relations
                    CJE 2600             Criminal Investigation
                    CJE 2603             Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court
                    CJE 2614             Serial Killers
                    CJE 2664             Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis
                    CJJ 2004             Juvenile Justice System
                    CJL 1070             Legal Rights of Prisoners
                    CJL 2072             Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
                    CJL 2202             Legal Research in Criminal Justice
                    CJL 2400             Criminal Court Litigation
                    CJL 2610             Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence
                    DSC1002              Introduction to Terrorism
                    DSC1003              Introduction to Homeland Security
                    DSC2033              Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics
                    SCC1000              Introduction to Private Security
                    SCC1001              Introduction to Private Investigations
              Or any of these courses if not already taken as a Program Core Course from Group B above: *
                    CJC 1000             Introduction to Corrections
                    CJE 1000             Introduction to Law Enforcement
                    CJE 1640             Introduction to Criminalistics
                    CJL 1500             Introduction to the Court System                                          18 hr
COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                                 CRIMINOLOGY TRACK
General Education (9 hr)

        Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required
                 ENC 1101English Composition I                                       3 hr
        Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
                 Any Humanities Gen Ed Course
                 See Attached List                                                   3 hr
        Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
                 Any Math Gen Ed Course
                 Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher                             3 hr

Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)
                PSY 2012       General Psychology                                    3 hr
                SYG 2000       Intro to Sociology                                    3 hr
                POS 2041       American Government                                   3 hr

Program Core Courses (28 hr)

        Group A (22 hr) – Required Courses
               CCJ 1010          Introduction to Criminology                         3 hr
               CCJ 1020          Introduction to Criminal Justice                    3 hr
               CCJ 2910          Directed Research                                   3 hr
               CJE 2004          Career Choices in Criminal Justice                  1 hr
               CJJ 1002          Juvenile Delinquency                                3 hr
               CJL 1062          Constitutional Law                                  3 hr
               CJL 1100          Criminal Law                                        3 hr
               CJL 2130          Criminal Evidence & Procedure                       3 hr

        Group B (3 hr)
           Students must select ONE of the following:
               CJC 1000        Introduction to Corrections OR
               CJE 1000        Introduction to Law Enforcement OR
               CJE 1640        Introduction to Criminalistics OR
               CJL 1500        Introduction to the Court System                      3 hr

        GROUP C (3 hr)
           Students must select ONE of the following
               CCJ 2940        Criminal Justice Internship OR
               CCJ 2949        Criminal Justice Field Studies                        3 hr

Program Electives (18 hr)
           Students should select SIX of the following: *
                CCJ 1488       Ethics in Criminal Justice
                CCJ 2013       Introduction to Victimology
                CCJ 2111       Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior
                CCJ 2191       Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
                CCJ 2600       Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
                CCJ 2610       Introduction to Criminal Typologies
                CCJ 2618       Forensic Psychology
                CCJ 2671       Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
                CCJ 2685       Domestic and Sexual Violence
                CCJ 2720       Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods
                CCJ 2934       Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice
                CCJ 2935       Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues
                CJE 2170       Comparative Police & Criminal Justice Systems
                CJE 2614       Serial Killers
                CJJ 2004       Juvenile Justice System
                                                                                     18 hr

                * These are recommended electives. Students may, without approval,
                   substitute any Criminal Justice elective for these courses.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                           LAW ENFORCEMENT TRACK

General Education (9 hr)

       Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required
              ENC 1101        English Composition I                                  3 hr
       Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
              Any Humanities Gen Ed Course
              See Attached List                                                      3 hr
       Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
              Any Math Gen Ed Course
              Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher                                3 hr

Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)
             PSY 2012       General Psychology                                       3 hr
             SYG 2000       Intro to Sociology                                       3 hr
             POS 2041       American Government                                      3 hr

Program Core Courses (28 hr)
             CCJ 1010        Intro to Criminology                                    3 hr
             CCJ 1020        Intro to Criminal Justice                               3 hr
             CCJ 2910        Directed Research                                       3 hr
             CJE 1000        Introduction to Law Enforcement *                       3 hr
             CJE 2004        Career Choices in Criminal Justice                      1 hr
             CJJ 1002        Juvenile Delinquency                                    3 hr
             CJL 1062        Constitutional Law                                      3 hr
             CJL 1100        Criminal Law                                            3 hr
             CJL 2130        Criminal Evidence & Procedure                           3 hr
                             AND
         Students must select ONE of the following
             CCJ 2940        Criminal Justice Internship OR
             CCJ 2949        Criminal Justice Field Studies                          3 hr

Program Tract Recommended Electives (18 hr)
          Students should select SIX of the following: **
              CCJ 1488      Ethics in Criminal Justice
              CCJ 2191      Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
              CCJ 2600      Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
              CCJ 2618      Forensic Psychology
              CCJ 2671      Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
              CCJ 2685      Domestic and Sexual Violence
              CJE 1653      Crime Analysis and Intelligence
              CJE 2170      Comparative Police & Criminal Just Systems
              CJE 2233      Drug Abuse and Crime
              CJE 2300      Police Administration
              CJE 2400      Police Community Relations
              CJE 2600      Criminal Investigation
              CJE 2603      Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court
              CJE 2664      Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis
              CJL 1500      Introduction to the Court System
              CJL 2072      Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
              CJL 2202      Legal Research in Criminal Justice                       18 hr

               * Can substitute CJC 1000, CJE 1640, or CJL 1500
               ** These are recommended electives. Students may, without approval,
                  substitute any Criminal Justice elective for these courses.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE
    CORRECTIONS, PROBATION, & JUVENILE JUSTICE TRACK

General Education (9 hr)

      Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required
            ENC 1101      English Composition I                                    3 hr
      Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
            Any Humanities Gen Ed Course
            See Attached List                                                      3 hr
      Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
            Any Math Gen Ed Course
            Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher                                3 hr
Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)
            PSY 2012     General Psychology                                        3 hr
            SYG 2000     Intro to Sociology                                        3 hr
            POS 2041     American Government                                       3 hr
Program Core Courses (28 hr)
            CCJ 1010     Intro to Criminology                                      3 hr
            CCJ 1020     Intro to Criminal Justice                                 3 hr
            CCJ 2910     Directed Research                                         3 hr
            CJC 1000     Introduction to Corrections*                              3 hr
            CJE 2004     Career Choices in Criminal Justice                        1 hr
            CJJ 1002     Juvenile Delinquency                                      3 hr
            CJL 1062     Constitutional Law                                        3 hr
            CJL 1100     Criminal Law                                              3 hr
            CJL 2130     Criminal Evidence & Procedure                             3 hr
                         AND
         Students must select ONE of the following
            CCJ 2940     Criminal Justice Internship OR
            CCJ 2949     Criminal Justice Field Studies                            3 hr
Program Tract Recommended Electives (18 hr) **
         Students should select SIX of the following: **
            CCJ 1488     Ethics in Criminal Justice
            CCJ 2111     Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior
            CCJ 2191     Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
            CCJ 2600     Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
            CCJ 2671     Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
            CCJ 2685     Domestic and Sexual Violence
            CJC 2162     Probation and Parole
            CJE 2233     Drug Abuse and Crime
            CJE 2600     Criminal Investigation
            CJJ 2004     Juvenile Justice System
            CJL 1070     Legal Rights of Prisoners
            CJL 1500     Introduction to the Court System                          18 hr

             *   Can substitute CJE 1000, CJE 1640, or CJL 1500

             ** These are recommended electives. Students may, without approval,
                substitute any Criminal Justice elective for these courses.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                                PRE-LAW TRACK
General Education (9 hr)

      Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required
           ENC 1101 English Composition I                                         3 hr
      Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
           Any Humanities Gen Ed Course
           See Attached List                                                      3 hr
      Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
           Any Math Gen Ed Course
           Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher                                3 hr

Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)
           PSY 2012 General Psychology                                            3 hr
           SYG 2000 Intro to Sociology                                            3 hr
           POS 2041 American Government                                           3 hr

Program Core Courses (28 hr)
           CCJ 1010    Intro to Criminology                                       3 hr
           CCJ 1020    Intro to Criminal Justice                                  3 hr
           CCJ 2910    Directed Research                                          3 hr
           CJL 1500    Introduction to the Court System *                         3 hr
           CJE 2004    Career Choices in Criminal Justice                         1 hr
           CJJ 1002 Juvenile Delinquency                                          3 hr
           CJL 1062    Constitutional Law                                         3 hr
           CJL 1100    Criminal Law                                               3 hr
           CJL 2130    Criminal Evidence & Procedure                              3 hr
                         AND
         Students must select ONE of the following
            CCJ 2940     Criminal Justice Internship OR
            CCJ 2949     Criminal Justice Field Studies                           3 hr

Program Tract Recommended Electives (18 hr)
        Students should select SIX of the following: **
           CCJ 1488    Ethics in Criminal Justice
           CCJ 2013    Introduction to Victimology
           CJE 2170    Comparative Police & Crim Just Systems
           CJL 1070    Legal Rights of Prisoners
           CJL 2072    Civil Rights and Liability in Crim Justice
           CJL 2400    Criminal Court Litigation
           CJL 2202    Legal Research in Criminal Justice
           CJL 2610    Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence 18 hr


            * Can substitute CJC 1000, CJE 1000, or CJE 1640

            ** These are recommended electives. Students may, without approval,
               substitute any Criminal Justice elective for these courses.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE
              COMBINATION CRIME SCENE TRACK +
           CRIME SCENE COLLEGE CREDIT CERTIFICATE
General Education (9 hr)
      Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required
           ENC 1101     Freshman English I                                         3 hr
      Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
           Any Humanities Gen Ed Course
           See Attached List                                                       3 hr
      Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
           Any Math Gen Ed Course
           Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher                                 3 hr
Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)
           PSY 2012     General Psychology                                         3 hr
           SYG 2000     Intro to Sociology                                         3 hr
           POS 2041     American Government                                        3 hr
Program Core Courses (50 hr)
           CCJ 1010     Intro to Criminology                                       3 hr
           CCJ 1020     Intro to Criminal Justice                                  3 hr
           CCJ 1500     Juvenile Delinquency                                       3 hr
           CCJ 1935     Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues                         3 hr
           CCJ 2910     Directed Research                                          3 hr
           CJE 1640     Introduction to Criminalistics                             3 hr
           CJE 1642c Introduction to Crime Scene Technology                        3 hr
           CJE 1643c Advanced Crime Scene Technology                               3 hr
           CJE 2004     Career Choices in Criminal Justice                         1 hr
           CJE 2600     Criminal Investigation                                     3 hr
           CJE-2671c Latent Fingerprint Development                                2 hr
           CJE-2672c Fingerprint Classification*                                   2 hr
           CJE-2673c Forensic Photography*                                         3 hr
           CJL 1062     Constitutional Law                                         3 hr
           CJL 1100     Criminal Law                                               3 hr
           CJL 2130     Criminal Evidence & Procedure                              3 hr
           CJL 2610     Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence              3 hr
                                      AND
         Students must select ONE of the following
            CCJ 2940    Criminal Justice Internship OR
            CCJ 2949    Criminal Justice Field Studies                             3 hr
Program Tract Recommended Electives (3 hr)
         Students should select ONE of the following: **
            CCJ 1488    Ethics in Criminal Justice
            CCJ 2618    Forensic Psychology
            CJE 1000    Introduction to Law Enforcement
            CJE 2603    Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court
            CJL 1500    Introduction to the Court System                           3 hr
             ** These are recommended electives. Students may, without approval,
                substitute any Criminal Justice elective for these courses.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                              CRIME SCENE TRACK
General Education (9 hr)
      Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required
           ENC 1101 English Composition I                                          3 hr
      Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
           Any Humanities Gen Ed Course
           See Attached List                                                       3 hr
      Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
           Any Math Gen Ed Course
           Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher                                 3 hr
Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)
           PSY 2012 General Psychology                                             3 hr
           SYG 2000 Intro to Sociology                                             3 hr
           POS 2041 American Government                                            3 hr
Program Core Courses (28 hr)
           CCJ 1010    Intro to Criminology                                        3 hr
           CCJ 1020    Intro to Criminal Justice                                   3 hr
           CCJ 2910    Directed Research                                           3 hr
           CJE 1640    Introduction to Criminalistics *                            3 hr
           CJE 2004    Career Choices in Criminal Justice                          1 hr
           CJJ 1002    Juvenile Delinquency                                        3 hr
           CJL 1062    Constitutional Law                                          3 hr
           CJL 1100    Criminal Law                                                3 hr
           CJL 2130    Criminal Evidence & Procedure                               3 hr
                       AND
        Students must select ONE of the following
           CCJ 2940    Criminal Justice Internship OR
           CCJ 2949    Criminal Justice Field Studies                              3 hr
Program Tract Recommended Electives (18 hr) **
           CJE 1642c Introduction to Crime Scene Technology
           CJE 1643c Advanced Crime Scene Technology
           CJE 2600  Criminal Investigation
           CJE 2603  Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court
           CJL 2610  Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence

         And Students should select ONE of the following:
           CCJ 1488    Ethics in Criminal Justice
           CCJ 2618    Forensic Psychology
           CJE 1000    Introduction to Law Enforcement
           CJL 1500    Introduction to the Court System                           18 hr

            * Can substitute CJC 1000, CJE 1000, or CJL 1500 for CJE 1640

            ** These are recommended electives. Students may, without approval,
                substitute any Criminal Justice elective for these courses.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S. DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                      HOMELAND SECURITY TRACK

General Education (9 hr)

      Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required
           ENC 1101 English Composition I                                         3 hr
      Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
           Any Humanities Gen Ed Course
           See Attached List                                                      3 hr
      Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
           Any Math Gen Ed Course
           Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher                                3 hr

Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)
           PSY 2012 General Psychology                                            3 hr
           SYG 2000 Intro to Sociology                                            3 hr
           POS 2041 American Government                                           3 hr

Program Core Courses (28 hr)
           CCJ 1010    Intro to Criminology                                       3 hr
           CCJ 1020    Intro to Criminal Justice                                  3 hr
           CCJ 2910    Directed Research                                          3 hr
           CJE 1000    Introduction to Law Enforcement *                          3 hr
           CJE 2004    Career Choices in Criminal Justice                         1 hr
           CJJ 1002 Juvenile Delinquency                                          3 hr
           CJL 1062    Constitutional Law                                         3 hr
           CJL 1100    Criminal Law                                               3 hr
           CJL 2130    Criminal Evidence & Procedure                              3 hr
                             AND
         Students must select ONE of the following
            CCJ 2940   Criminal Justice Internship OR
            CCJ 2949   Criminal Justice Field Studies                             3 hr

      Program Tract Recommended Electives (18 hr)
         Students should select SIX of the following: **
            CCJ 1488   Ethics in Criminal Justice
            CJE 1680   Introduction to Computer Crimes
            CJL 1500   Introduction to the Court System
            CJL 2072   Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
            DSC1002    Introduction to Terrorism
            DSC1003    Introduction to Homeland Security
            DSC2033    Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics
            SCC 1000 Introduction to Private Security                 18 hr

            * Can substitute CJC 1000, CJE 1640, or CJL 1500

            ** These are recommended electives. Students may, without approval,
               substitute any Criminal Justice elective for these courses.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S. DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                        PRIVATE SECURITY TRACK

General Education (9 hr)

      Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required
           ENC 1101 English Composition I                                         3 hr
      Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
           Any Humanities Gen Ed Course
           See Attached List                                                      3 hr
      Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
           Any Math Gen Ed Course
           Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher                                3 hr

Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)
           PSY 2012 General Psychology                                            3 hr
           SYG 2000 Intro to Sociology                                            3 hr
           POS 2041 American Government                                           3 hr

Program Core Courses (28 hr)
           CCJ 1010    Intro to Criminology                                       3 hr
           CCJ 1020    Intro to Criminal Justice                                  3 hr
           CCJ 2910    Directed Research                                          3 hr
           CJE 1000    Introduction to Law Enforcement *                          3 hr
           CJE 2004    Career Choices in Criminal Justice                         1 hr
           CJJ 1002 Juvenile Delinquency                                          3 hr
           CJL 1062    Constitutional Law                                         3 hr
           CJL 1100    Criminal Law                                               3 hr
           CJL 2130    Criminal Evidence & Procedure                              3 hr
                             AND
         Students must select ONE of the following
            CCJ 2940   Criminal Justice Internship OR
            CCJ 2949   Criminal Justice Field Studies                             3 hr

Program Tract Recommended Electives (18 hr)
        Students should select SIX of the following: **
           CCJ 1488   Ethics in Criminal Justice
           CJE 1680   Introduction to Computer Crimes
           CJE 2600   Criminal Investigation
           CJL 1500   Introduction to the Court System
           DSC1003    Introduction to Homeland Security
           SCC1000    Introduction to Private Security
           SCC1001    Introduction to Private Investigations                      18 hr


            * Can substitute CJC 1000, CJE 1640, or CJL 1500

            ** These are recommended electives. Students may, without approval,
               substitute any Criminal Justice elective for these courses.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                           SOCIAL SERVICES TRACK
General Education (9 hr)

       Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required
              ENC 1101       English Composition I                                           3 hr
       Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
              Any Humanities Gen Ed Course
              See Attached List                                                              3 hr
       Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
              Any Math Gen Ed Course
              Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher                                        3 hr

Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)
            PSY 2012     General Psychology                                                  3 hr
            SYG 2000     Intro to Sociology                                                  3 hr
            POS 2041     American Government                                                 3 hr
Program Core Courses (28 hr)
             CCJ 1010     Intro to Criminology                                               3 hr
             CCJ 1020     Intro to Criminal Justice                                          3 hr
             CCJ 2910     Directed Research                                                  3 hr
             CJE 1000     Introduction to Law Enforcement *                                  3 hr
             CJE 2004     Career Choices in Criminal Justice                                 1 hr
             CJJ 1002     Juvenile Delinquency                                               3 hr
             CJL 1062     Constitutional Law                                                 3 hr
             CJL 1100     Criminal Law                                                       3 hr
             CJL 2130     Criminal Evidence & Procedure                                      3 hr
                               AND
          Students must select ONE of the following
             CCJ 2940      Criminal Justice Internship OR
             CCJ 2949      Criminal Justice Field Studies                           3 hr

Program Tract Recommended Electives (18 hr)
         Students should select SIX of the following: **
             CCJ 1488     Ethics in Criminal Justice
             CCJ 2013     Introduction to Victimology
             CCJ 2101     Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
             CCJ 2111     Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior
             CCJ 2600     Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
             CCJ 2610     Introduction to Criminal Typologies
             CCJ 2618     Forensic Psychology
             CCJ 2671     Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
             CCJ 2685     Domestic and Sexual Violence
             CJC 2162     Probation and Parole
             CJE 2233     Drug Abuse and Crime
             CJE 2614     Serial Killers
             CJJ 2004     Juvenile Justice System                                            3 hr
             CJL 1500     Introduction to the Court System                                 18 hr

              * Can substitute CJC 1000, CJE 1640, or CJL 1500
              ** These are recommended electives. Students may, without approval,
              substitute any Criminal Justice elective for these courses.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                        POLICE ACADEMY GRADUATE TRACK
General Education (9 hr)
         Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required
                   ENC 1101            English Composition I                              3 hr
         Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
                   Any Humanities Gen Ed Course
                   See Attached List                                                      3 hr
         Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
                   Any Math Gen Ed Course
                   Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher                                3 hr
Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)
                   PSY 2012            General Psychology                                 3 hr
                   SYG 2000            Intro to Sociology                                 3 hr
                   POS 2041            American Government                                3 hr
Articulated Credits (15 hr)
                   Students who have successfully completed a Florida
                   Police Academy will be awarded 12 Credits Plus                        12 hr
                   CJE 1000             Introduction to Law Enforcement                   3 hr
Program Core Courses (25 hr)
                   CCJ 1010            Introduction to Criminology                        3 hr
                   CCJ 1020            Introduction to Criminal Justice                   3 hr
                   CCJ 2910            Directed Research                                  3 hr
                   CJE 2004            Career Choices in Criminal Justice                 1 hr
                   CJJ 1002            Juvenile Delinquency                               3 hr
                   CJL 1062            Constitutional Law                                 3 hr
                   CJL 1100            Criminal Law                                       3 hr
                   CJL 2130            Criminal Evidence & Procedure                      3 hr
                                       AND
              Students must select ONE of the following
                  CCJ 2940           Criminal Justice Internship OR
                  CCJ 2949           Criminal Justice Field Studies                       3 hr
Program Electives (6 hr)
              Students Must select TWO of the following:
                  CCJ 1488           Ethics in Criminal Justice
                  CCJ 2013           Introduction to Victimology
                  CCJ 2111           Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior
                  CCJ 2191           Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
                  CCJ 2600           Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
                  CCJ 2610           Introduction to Criminal Typologies
                  CCJ 2618           Forensic Psychology
                  CCJ 2648           Organized Crime
                  CCJ 2671           Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
                  CCJ 2685           Domestic and Sexual Violence
                  CCJ 2720           Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods
                  CCJ 2934           Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice
                  CCJ 2935           Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues
                  CJC 1000           Introduction to Corrections
                  CJC 2162           Probation and Parole
                  CJE 1640           Introduction to Criminalistics
                  CJE 1642c          Introduction to Crime Scene Technology
                  CJE 1643c          Advanced Crime Scene Technology
                  CJE 1653           Crime Analysis and Intelligence
                  CJE 1680           Introduction to Computer Crimes
                  CJE 2170           Comparative Police & Criminal Justice Systems
                  CJE 2233           Drug Abuse and Crime
                  CJE 2300           Police Administration and Organization
                  CJE 2400           Community Relations
                  CJE 2600           Criminal Investigation
                  CJE 2611           Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court
                  CJE 2614           Serial Killers
                  CJE 2664           Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis
                  CJJ 2004           Juvenile Justice System
                  CJL 1070           Legal Rights of Prisoners
                  CJL 1500           Introduction to the Court System
                  CJL 2072           Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
                  CJL 2202           Legal Research in Criminal Justice
                  CJL 2400           Criminal Court Litigation
                  CJL 2610           Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence
                  DSC1002            Introduction to Terrorism
                  DSC1003            Introduction to Homeland Security
                  DSC2033            Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics
                  SCC1000            Introduction to Private Security
                  SCC1001            Introduction to Private Investigations               6 hr
COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.S. DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                 CORRECTIONS ACADEMY GRADUATE TRACK
General Education (9 hr)
         Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required
                   ENC 1101            English Composition I                              3 hr
         Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
                   Any Humanities Gen Ed Course
                   See Attached List                                                      3 hr
         Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
                   Any Math Gen Ed Course
                   Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher                                3 hr
Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)
                   PSY 2012            General Psychology                                 3 hr
                   SYG 2000            Intro to Sociology                                 3 hr
                   POS 2041            American Government                                3 hr
Articulated Credits (12 hr)
                   Students who have successfully completed a Florida
                   Corrections Academy will be awarded 9 Credits Plus                     9 hr
                   CJC 1000            Introduction to Corrections                        3 hr
Program Core Courses (25 hr)
                   CCJ 1010            Introduction to Criminology                        3 hr
                   CCJ 1020            Introduction to Criminal Justice                   3 hr
                   CCJ 2910            Directed Research                                  3 hr
                   CJE 2004            Career Choices in Criminal Justice                 1 hr
                   CJJ 1002            Juvenile Delinquency                               3 hr
                   CJL 1062            Constitutional Law                                 3 hr
                   CJL 1100            Criminal Law                                       3 hr
                   CJL 2130            Criminal Evidence & Procedure                      3 hr
                                       AND
              Students must select ONE of the following
                  CCJ 2940           Criminal Justice Internship OR
                  CCJ 2949           Criminal Justice Field Studies                       3 hr
Program Electives (9 hr)
              Students Must select THREE of the following:
                  CCJ 1488            Ethics in Criminal Justice
                  CCJ 2013            Introduction to Victimology
                  CCJ 2111            Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior
                  CCJ 2191            Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
                  CCJ 2600            Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
                  CCJ 2610            Introduction to Criminal Typologies
                  CCJ 2618            Forensic Psychology
                  CCJ 2648            Organized Crime
                  CCJ 2671            Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
                  CCJ 2685            Domestic and Sexual Violence
                  CCJ 2720            Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods
                  CCJ 2934            Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice
                  CCJ 2935            Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues
                  CJC 2162            Probation and Parole
                  CJE 1000            Introduction to Law Enforcement
                  CJE 1640            Introduction to Criminalistics
                  CJE 1642c           Introduction to Crime Scene Technology
                  CJE 1643c           Advanced Crime Scene Technology
                  CJE 1653            Crime Analysis and Intelligence
                  CJE 1680            Introduction to Computer Crimes
                  CJE 2170            Comparative Police & Criminal Justice Systems
                  CJE 2233            Drug Abuse and Crime
                  CJE 2300            Police Administration and Organization
                  CJE 2400            Community Relations
                  CJE 2600            Criminal Investigation
                  CJE 2603            Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court
                  CJE 2614            Serial Killers
                  CJE 2664            Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis
                  CJJ 2004            Juvenile Justice System
                  CJL 1070            Legal Rights of Prisoners
                  CJL 1500            Introduction to the Court System
                  CJL 2072            Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
                  CJL 2202            Legal Research in Criminal Justice
                  CJL 2400            Criminal Court Litigation
                  CJL 2610            Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence
                  DSC1002             Introduction to Terrorism
                  DSC1003             Introduction to Homeland Security
                  DSC2033             Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics
                  SCC1000             Introduction to Private Security
                  SCC1001             Introduction to Private Investigations              9 hr
COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                              POLICE ACADEMY GRADUATE TRACK*
                                          *(For Students Starting Fall 2007 or later)
General Education (9 hr)
          Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required
                     ENC 1101             English Composition I                                         3 hr
          Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
                     Any Humanities Gen Ed Course
                     See Attached List                                                                  3 hr
          Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
                     Any Math Gen Ed Course
                     Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher                                            3 hr
Program Specified Elective (6 hr)
               Students must select TWO of the following:
                     PSY 2012             General Psychology
                     SYG 2000             Intro to Sociology
                     POS 2041             American Government                                           6 hr
Program Core Courses (1 hr)
                     CJE 2004 Career Choices in Criminal Justice                                        1 hr
Articulated Credits (33 hr)
                     Students who have completed a Florida Police Academy will be awarded 33 Credits.   33 hr
Program Electives (15 hr)
          Group A (6 hrs)
               Students must select TWO of the following:
                     CCJ 1010             Intro to Criminology
                     CCJ 1020             Intro to Criminal Justice
                     CJJ 1002             Juvenile Delinquency
                     CJL 1062             Constitutional Law
                     CJL 1100             Criminal Law
                     CJL 2130             Criminal Evidence & Procedure                                 6 hr
          Group B (9 hr)
               Students must select THREE of the following:
                     CCJ 1488             Ethics in Criminal Justice
                     CCJ 2013             Introduction to Victimology
                     CCJ 2111             Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior
                     CCJ 2191             Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
                     CCJ 2600             Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
                     CCJ 2610             Introduction to Criminal Typologies
                     CCJ 2618             Forensic Psychology
                     CCJ 2648             Organized Crime
                     CCJ 2671             Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
                     CCJ 2685             Domestic and Sexual Violence
                     CCJ 2720             Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods
                     CCJ 2934             Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice
                     CCJ 2935             Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues
                     CCJ 2910             Directed Research
                     CCJ 2940             Criminal Justice Internship
                     CCJ 2949             Criminal Justice Field Studies
                     CJC 1000             Introduction to Corrections
                     CJC 2162             Probation and Parole
                     CJE 1000             Introduction to Law Enforcement
                     CJE 1640             Introduction to Criminalistics
                     CJE 1642c            Introduction to Crime Scene Technology
                     CJE 1643c            Advanced Crime Scene Technology
                     CJE 1653             Crime Analysis and Intelligence
                     CJE 1680             Introduction to Computer Crimes
                     CJE 2170             Comparative Police & Criminal Justice Systems
                     CJE 2233             Drug Abuse and Crime
                     CJE 2300             Police Administration and Organization
                     CJE 2400             Community Relations
                     CJE 2600             Criminal Investigation
                     CJE 2603             Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court
                     CJE 2614             Serial Killers
                     CJE 2664             Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis
                     CJJ 2004             Juvenile Justice System
                     CJL 1070             Legal Rights of Prisoners
                     CJL 1500             Introduction to the Court System
                     CJL 2072             Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
                     CJL 2202             Legal Research in Criminal Justice
                     CJL 2400             Criminal Court Litigation
                     CJL 2610             Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence
                     DSC1002              Introduction to Terrorism
                     DSC1003              Introduction to Homeland Security
                     DSC2033              Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics
                     SCC1000              Introduction to Private Security
                     SCC1001              Introduction to Private Investigations
                     Or any Courses in Group A not already selected.                                    9 hr
COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                            POLICE ACADEMY GRADUATE TRACK*
                                  *(For Students Enrolled Before Fall 2007 Only)


General Education (9 hr)
        Group I - Communications (3 hr) – Required
                 ENC 1101 English Composition I                                         3 hr
        Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
                 Any Humanities Gen Ed Course
                 See Attached List                                                      3 hr
        Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
                 Any Math Gen Ed Course
                 Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher                                3 hr

Program Specified Elective (6 hr)
                 Students must select TWO of the following:
                 PSY 2012            General Psychology
                 SYG 2000            Intro to Sociology
                 POS 2041            American Government                                6 hr

Program Core Courses (4 hr)
                 CCJ 1020            Intro to Criminal Justice                          3 hr
                 CJE 2004            Career Choices in Criminal Justice                 1 hr

Articulated Credits (33 hr)
                 Students who have successfully completed a Florida
                 Police Academy will be awarded 33 Credits.                            33 hr

Program Elective Credits (12 hr)
                 Students must select FOUR of the following:
                 CCJ 1010            Intro to Criminology
                 CCJ 1488            Ethics in Criminal Justice
                 CCJ 1935            Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues
                 CCJ 2013            Introduction to Victimology
                 CCJ 2191            Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
                 CCJ 2600            Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
                 CCJ 2610            Introduction to Criminal Typologies
                 CCJ 2618            Forensic Psychology
                 CCJ 2648            Organized Crime
                 CCJ 2671            Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
                 CCJ 2910            Directed Research
                 CCJ 2940            Criminal Justice Internship
                 CJC 1000            Introduction to Corrections
                 CJC 2162            Probation and Parole
                 CJE 1000            Introduction to Law Enforcement
                 CJE 1640            Introduction to Criminalistics
                 CJE 1642c           Introduction to Crime Scene Technology
                 CJE 1643c           Advanced Crime Scene Technology
                 CJE 1653            Crime Analysis and Intelligence
                 CJE 1680            Introduction to Computer Crimes
                 CJE 2170            Comparative Police & Crim Justice Systems
                 CJE 2233            Drug Abuse and Crime
                 CJE 2300            Police Administration and Organization
                 CJE 2400            Community Relations
                 CJE 2600            Criminal Investigation
                 CJE 2603            Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court
                 CJE 2614            Serial Killers
                 CJJ 1002            Juvenile Delinquency
                 CJL 1062            Constitutional Law
                 CJL 1070            Legal Rights of Prisoners
                 CJL 1100            Criminal Law
                 CJL 1500            Introduction to the Court System
                 CJL 2072            Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
                 CJL 2130            Criminal Evidence/Procedures
                 CJL 2610            Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence
                 DSC1002             Introduction to Terrorism
                 DSC1003             Introduction to Homeland Security
                 DSC2033             Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics
                 SCC 1000            Introduction to Private Security
                 SCC 1001            Introduction to Private Investigations             12 hr
COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                        CORRECTIONS ACADEMY GRADUATE TRACK*
                                          *(For Students Starting Fall 2007 or later)
General Education (9 hr)
          Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required
                     ENC 1101             English Composition I                                              3 hr
          Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
                     Any Humanities Gen Ed Course
                     See Attached List                                                                       3 hr
          Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
                     Any Math Gen Ed Course
                     Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher                                                 3 hr
Program Specified Elective (6 hr)
               Students must select TWO of the following:
                     PSY 2012             General Psychology
                     SYG 2000             Intro to Sociology
                     POS 2041             American Government                                                6 hr
Program Core Courses (1 hr)
                     CJE 2004 Career Choices in Criminal Justice                                             1 hr
Articulated Credits (27 hr)
                     Students who have completed a Florida Corrections Academy will be awarded 27 Credits.   27 hr
Program Electives (15 hr)
          Group A (6 hrs)
               Students must select TWO of the following:
                     CCJ 1010             Intro to Criminology
                     CCJ 1020             Intro to Criminal Justice
                     CJJ 1002             Juvenile Delinquency
                     CJL 1062             Constitutional Law
                     CJL 1100             Criminal Law
                     CJL 2130             Criminal Evidence & Procedure                                      6 hr
          Group B (9 hr)
               Students must select THREE of the following:
                     CCJ 1488             Ethics in Criminal Justice
                     CCJ 2013             Introduction to Victimology
                     CCJ 2111             Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior
                     CCJ 2191             Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
                     CCJ 2600             Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
                     CCJ 2610             Introduction to Criminal Typologies
                     CCJ 2618             Forensic Psychology
                     CCJ 2648             Organized Crime
                     CCJ 2671             Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
                     CCJ 2685             Domestic and Sexual Violence
                     CCJ 2720             Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods
                     CCJ 2934             Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice
                     CCJ 2935             Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues
                     CCJ 2910             Directed Research
                     CCJ 2940             Criminal Justice Internship
                     CCJ 2949             Criminal Justice Field Studies
                     CJC 1000             Introduction to Corrections
                     CJC 2162             Probation and Parole
                     CJE 1000             Introduction to Law Enforcement
                     CJE 1640             Introduction to Criminalistics
                     CJE 1642c            Introduction to Crime Scene Technology
                     CJE 1643c            Advanced Crime Scene Technology
                     CJE 1653             Crime Analysis and Intelligence
                     CJE 1680             Introduction to Computer Crimes
                     CJE 2170             Comparative Police & Criminal Justice Systems
                     CJE 2233             Drug Abuse and Crime
                     CJE 2300             Police Administration and Organization
                     CJE 2400             Community Relations
                     CJE 2600             Criminal Investigation
                     CJE 2603             Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court
                     CJE 2614             Serial Killers
                     CJE 2664             Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis
                     CJJ 2004             Juvenile Justice System
                     CJL 1070             Legal Rights of Prisoners
                     CJL 1500             Introduction to the Court System
                     CJL 2072             Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
                     CJL 2202             Legal Research in Criminal Justice
                     CJL 2400             Criminal Court Litigation
                     CJL 2610             Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence
                     DSC1002              Introduction to Terrorism
                     DSC1003              Introduction to Homeland Security
                     DSC2033              Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics
                     SCC1000              Introduction to Private Security
                     SCC1001              Introduction to Private Investigations
                     Or any Courses in Group A not already selected.                                         9 hr
COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                    CORRECTIONS ACADEMY GRADUATE TRACK*
                                  *(For Students Enrolled Before Fall 2007 Only)

General Education (9 hr)
        Group I - Communications (3 hr) – Required
                 ENC 1101 English Composition I                                         3 hr
        Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
                 Any Humanities Gen Ed Course
                 See Attached List                                                      3 hr
        Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
                 Any Math Gen Ed Course
                 Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher                                3 hr

Program Specified Elective (6 hr)
                 Students must select TWO of the following:
                 PSY 2012            General Psychology
                 SYG 2000            Intro to Sociology
                 POS 2041            American Government                                6 hr

Program Core Courses (4 hr)
                 CCJ 1020            Intro to Criminal Justice                          3 hr
                 CJE 2004            Career Choices in Criminal Justice                 1 hr

Articulated Credits (27 hr)
                 Students who have successfully completed a Florida
                 Corrections Academy will be awarded 27 Credits.                       27 hr

Program Elective Credits (18 hr)
                 Students must select SIX of the following:
                 CCJ 1010            Intro to Criminology
                 CCJ 1488            Ethics in Criminal Justice
                 CCJ 1935            Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues
                 CCJ 2013            Introduction to Victimology
                 CCJ 2191            Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
                 CCJ 2600            Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
                 CCJ 2610            Introduction to Criminal Typologies
                 CCJ 2618            Forensic Psychology
                 CCJ 2648            Organized Crime
                 CCJ 2671            Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
                 CCJ 2910            Directed Research
                 CCJ 2940            Criminal Justice Internship
                 CJC 1000            Introduction to Corrections
                 CJC 2162            Probation and Parole
                 CJE 1000            Introduction to Law Enforcement
                 CJE 1640            Introduction to Criminalistics
                 CJE 1642c           Introduction to Crime Scene Technology
                 CJE 1643c           Advanced Crime Scene Technology
                 CJE 1653            Crime Analysis and Intelligence
                 CJE 1680            Introduction to Computer Crimes
                 CJE 2170            Comparative Police & Crim Justice Systems
                 CJE 2233            Drug Abuse and Crime
                 CJE 2300            Police Administration and Organization
                 CJE 2400            Community Relations
                 CJE 2600            Criminal Investigation
                 CJE 2611            Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court
                 CJE 2614            Serial Killers
                 CJJ 1002            Juvenile Delinquency
                 CJL 1062            Constitutional Law
                 CJL 1070            Legal Rights of Prisoners
                 CJL 1100            Criminal Law
                 CJL 1500            Introduction to the Court System
                 CJL 2072            Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
                 CJL 2130            Criminal Evidence/Procedures
                 CJL 2610            Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence
                 DSC1002             Introduction to Terrorism
                 DSC1003             Introduction to Homeland Security
                 DSC2033             Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics
                 SCC 1000            Introduction to Private Security
                 SCC 1001            Introduction to Private Investigations             18 hr
COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                                  DUAL ACADEMY GRADUATE TRACK*
                                             *(For Students Starting Fall 2007 or later)
General Education (9 hr)
          Group I - Communications (3 hr) - Required
                     ENC 1101             English Composition I                                                          3 hr
          Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
                     Any Humanities Gen Ed Course
                     See Attached List                                                                                   3 hr
          Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
                     Any Math Gen Ed Course
                     Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher                                                             3 hr
Program Specified Elective (6 hr)
                     Students must select TWO of the following:
                     PSY 2012             General Psychology OR
                     SYG 2000             Intro to Sociology OR
                     POS 2041             American Government                                                            6 hr
Program Core Courses (1 hr)
                     CJE 2004 Career Choices in Criminal Justice                                                         1 hr
Articulated Credits (39 hr)
                     Students who have completed both a Florida Police & Corrections Academy will be awarded 39 Credits 39 hr
Program Electives (9 hr)
          Group A (6 hrs)
                     Students must select TWO of the following:
                     CCJ 1010             Intro to Criminology
                     CCJ 1020             Intro to Criminal Justice
                     CJJ 1002             Juvenile Delinquency
                     CJL 1062             Constitutional Law
                     CJL 1100             Criminal Law
                     CJL 2130             Criminal Evidence & Procedure                                                  6 hr
          Group B (3 hr)
                     Students must select ONE of the following:
                     CCJ 1488             Ethics in Criminal Justice
                     CCJ 2013             Introduction to Victimology
                     CCJ 2111             Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior
                     CCJ 2191             Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
                     CCJ 2600             Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
                     CCJ 2610             Introduction to Criminal Typologies
                     CCJ 2618             Forensic Psychology
                     CCJ 2648             Organized Crime
                     CCJ 2671             Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
                     CCJ 2685             Domestic and Sexual Violence
                     CCJ 2720             Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods
                     CCJ 2934             Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice
                     CCJ 2935             Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues
                     CCJ 2910             Directed Research
                     CCJ 2940             Criminal Justice Internship
                     CCJ 2949             Criminal Justice Field Studies
                     CJC 1000             Introduction to Corrections
                     CJC 2162             Probation and Parole
                     CJE 1000             Introduction to Law Enforcement
                     CJE 1640             Introduction to Criminalistics
                     CJE 1642c            Introduction to Crime Scene Technology
                     CJE 1643c            Advanced Crime Scene Technology
                     CJE 1653             Crime Analysis and Intelligence
                     CJE 1680             Introduction to Computer Crimes
                     CJE 2170             Comparative Police & Criminal Justice Systems
                     CJE 2233             Drug Abuse and Crime
                     CJE 2300             Police Administration and Organization
                     CJE 2400             Community Relations
                     CJE 2600             Criminal Investigation
                     CJE 2611             Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court
                     CJE 2614             Serial Killers
                     CJE 2664             Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis
                     CJJ 2004             Juvenile Justice System
                     CJL 1070             Legal Rights of Prisoners
                     CJL 1500             Introduction to the Court System
                     CJL 2072             Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
                     CJL 2202             Legal Research in Criminal Justice
                     CJL 2400             Criminal Court Litigation
                     CJL 2610             Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence
                     DSC1002              Introduction to Terrorism
                     DSC1003              Introduction to Homeland Security
                     DSC2033              Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics
                     SCC1000              Introduction to Private Security
                     SCC1001              Introduction to Private Investigations
                     Or any Courses in Group A not already selected.                                                      3 hr
COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.A.S.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE
        DUAL POLICE & CORRECTIONS ACADEMY GRADUATE TRACK*
                                  *(For Students Enrolled Before Fall 2007 Only)


General Education (9 hr)
        Group I - Communications (3 hr) – Required
                 ENC 1101 English Composition I                                         3 hr
        Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
                 Any Humanities Gen Ed Course
                 See Attached List                                                      3 hr
        Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
                 Any Math Gen Ed Course
                 Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher                                3 hr

Program Specified Elective (6 hr)
                 Students must select TWO of the following:
                 PSY 2012            General Psychology
                 SYG 2000            Intro to Sociology
                 POS 2041            American Government                                6 hr

Program Core Courses (4 hr)
                 CCJ 1020            Intro to Criminal Justice                          3 hr
                 CJE 2004            Career Choices in Criminal Justice                 1 hr

Articulated Credits (39 hr)
                 Students who have successfully completed a Florida
                 Corrections Academy will be awarded 39 Credits.                       39 hr

Program Elective Credits (6 hr)
                 Students must select TWO of the following:
                 CCJ 1010            Intro to Criminology
                 CCJ 1488            Ethics in Criminal Justice
                 CCJ 1935            Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues
                 CCJ 2013            Introduction to Victimology
                 CCJ 2191            Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
                 CCJ 2600            Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
                 CCJ 2610            Introduction to Criminal Typologies
                 CCJ 2618            Forensic Psychology
                 CCJ 2648            Organized Crime
                 CCJ 2671            Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
                 CCJ 2910            Directed Research
                 CCJ 2940            Criminal Justice Internship
                 CJC 1000            Introduction to Corrections
                 CJC 2162            Probation and Parole
                 CJE 1000            Introduction to Law Enforcement
                 CJE 1640            Introduction to Criminalistics
                 CJE 1642c           Introduction to Crime Scene Technology
                 CJE 1643c           Advanced Crime Scene Technology
                 CJE 1653            Crime Analysis and Intelligence
                 CJE 1680            Introduction to Computer Crimes
                 CJE 2170            Comparative Police & Crim Justice Systems
                 CJE 2233            Drug Abuse and Crime
                 CJE 2300            Police Administration and Organization
                 CJE 2400            Community Relations
                 CJE 2600            Criminal Investigation
                 CJE 2603            Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court
                 CJE 2614            Serial Killers
                 CJJ 1002            Juvenile Delinquency
                 CJL 1062            Constitutional Law
                 CJL 1070            Legal Rights of Prisoners
                 CJL 1100            Criminal Law
                 CJL 1500            Introduction to the Court System
                 CJL 2072            Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
                 CJL 2130            Criminal Evidence/Procedures
                 CJL 2610            Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence
                 DSC1002             Introduction to Terrorism
                 DSC1003             Introduction to Homeland Security
                 DSC2033             Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics
                 SCC 1000            Introduction to Private Security
                 SCC 1001            Introduction to Private Investigations             6 hr
COURSE REQUIREMENTS - A.A.DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE

General Education (36 hr)
       General Education requirements for the A.A. Degree can be found in the College Advising Guides.
       Criminal Justice Majors seeking an A.A. Degree should select General Education classes as
       required.

Program Electives (24 hr)
       The Criminal Justice Undergraduate Program recommends that Criminal Justice Majors seeking an
       A.A. Degree select all their electives from the criminal justice classes.
       We recommend that you choose 24 elective credits from these courses:
       CCJ 1010          Intro to Criminology
       CCJ 1020          Intro to Criminal Justice
       CCJ 1488          Ethics in Criminal Justice
       CCJ 2013          Introduction to Victimology
       CCJ 2111          Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior
       CCJ 2191          Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
       CCJ 2600          Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
       CCJ 2610          Introduction to Criminal Typologies
       CCJ 2618          Forensic Psychology
       CCJ 2648          Organized Crime
       CCJ 2671          Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
       CCJ 2685          Domestic and Sexual Violence
       CCJ 2720          Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods
       CCJ 2910          Directed Research
       CCJ 2934          Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice
       CCJ 2935          Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues
       CCJ 2940          Criminal Justice Internship
       CCJ 2949          Criminal Justice Field Studies
       CJC 1000          Introduction to Corrections
       CJC 2162          Probation and Parole
       CJE 1000          Introduction to Law Enforcement
       CJE 1640          Introduction to Criminalistics
       CJE 1642c         Introduction to Crime Scene Technology
       CJE 1643c         Advanced Crime Scene Technology
       CJE 1653          Crime Analysis and Intelligence
       CJE 1680          Introduction to Computer Crimes
       CJE 2170          Comparative Police & Crim Justice Systems
       CJE 2233          Drug Abuse and Crime
       CJE 2300          Police Administration and Organization
       CJE 2400          Community Relations
       CJE 2600          Criminal Investigation
       CJE 2603          Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court
       CJE 2614          Serial Killers
       CJE 2664          Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis
       CJJ 1002          Juvenile Delinquency
       CJJ-2004          Juvenile Justice System
       CJL 1062          Constitutional Law
       CJL 1070          Legal Rights of Prisoners
       CJL 1100          Criminal Law
       CJL 1500          Introduction to the Court System
       CJL 2072          Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
       CJL 2130          Criminal Evidence/Procedures
       CJL 2202          Legal Research in Criminal Justice
       CJL 2400          Criminal Court Litigation
       CJL 2610          Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence
       DSC1002           Introduction to Terrorism
       DSC1003           Introduction to Homeland Security*
       DSC2033           Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics *
       SCC1000           Introduction to Private Security*
       SCC1001           Introduction to Private Investigations*

       Note: We recommend that A.A. Degree Criminal Justice Majors should select their electives from the
       above list based on their Career Tracks.

      * DSA and SCC courses may not transfer to a University that doesn’t offer DSC and SCC courses
            DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY AND
               CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES
                   SPECIALIZATION COURSES

Students who successfully complete certain related classes may be eligible to
receive a Certificate of Completion. These Certificates are awarded so the
student can demonstrate knowledge in certain workforce fields. A Certificate of
Completion is not a College Credit Certificate.

Students can take these classes individually or as a related group. Students can
also take these classes as electives toward most of our Associates Degrees
without seeking the Certificate.

Persons wishing to register for an individual course or group of related courses
only may do so by seeking admission as Non-Degree seeking students.

Students successfully earning a Certificate of Completion should contact the
Program Manager to receive their certificate. We currently offer the following
three Certificates of Completion.


                         HOMELAND SECURITY

Homeland Security is a growing new field within Criminal Justice brought about
by the growth of terrorist threats against the United States and abroad.
Hillsborough Community College now offers courses in Homeland Security.
These courses are college credit classes which can also be used toward as
Associates in Science Degree or an Associate in Applied Science Degree in
Criminal Justice. These courses are transferable and should also qualify as
electives for most Associates Degrees.

The College’s Homeland Security courses are designed to prepare graduates for
work in various Homeland Security fields. They are specifically designed for
students who are pursuing a career in counter-terrorism, counter-intelligence,
national security, or governmental security. These courses would be appropriate
for anyone entering the fields of law enforcement, private security, or public
administration as well as political science or risk management.

A student can receive a Certificate of Completion in Homeland Security Training
upon successful completion of the following three courses:

                DSC 1002 - INTRODUCTION TO TERRORISM

          DSC 1003 - INTRODUCTION TO HOMELAND SECURITY

  DSC 2033 - INTRODUCTION TO TERRORIST WEAPONS AND TACTICS
                         FINGERPRINT TRAINING

Fingerprint Identification is a growing field within Criminal Justice brought about
by the growth of technological investigative tools.        Hillsborough Community
College now offers courses in Fingerprinting. These courses are college credit
classes which can also be used toward the 28 credit College Credit Certificate in
Crime Scene Technology also offer by Hillsborough Community college.

The College’s Fingerprinting Training is designed to prepare graduates for work
in fingerprint classification and identification and in crime scene. It is also
designed for students who are pursuing a career in law enforcement and criminal
investigation.    These courses would be appropriate for anyone entering the
fields of law enforcement, criminal investigation, crime scene or forensics.

A student can receive a Certificate of Completion in Fingerprinting Training upon
successful completion of the following two courses:


            CJE 2671c – LATENT FINGERPRINT DEVELOPMENT
                CJE 2672c – FINGERPRINT CLASSIFICATION



      PRIVATE SECURITY AND INVESTIGATIONS TRAINING

Security is an expanding field within Criminal Justice. Hillsborough Community
College now offers college level courses in Private Security and Investigations.
These courses are college credit classes which can also be used toward an A.S.
or A.A.S. Degree in Criminal Justice.

The Security Training Courses are designed to prepare graduates for work in
private security and investigations. They are also designed for students who are
pursuing a career in law enforcement and criminal investigation.

A student can receive a Certificate of Completion in Fingerprinting Training upon
successful completion of the following two courses:


            SCC 1000 – INTRODUCTION TO PRIVATE SECURITY
        SCC 1011 – INTRODUCTION TO PRIVATE INVESTIGATIONS
            DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY AND
               CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES
        ON-LINE COURSES AND ON-LINE DEGREES
The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies offers our students
an On-Line Program.
H.C.C. students may take On-Line courses instead of the regular traditional
classroom courses. Current H.C.C. students simply register for these classes in
the same manner as a regular traditional classroom course. These classes
appear in Hawknet along with the regular classes.
HCC students can earn their A.A., A.S., and A.A.S degrees fully On-line.

On-Line courses we offer are presented entirely on-line with no classroom or
orientation sessions so as to allow attendance by non-local students in addition
to regular H.C.C. students.
Our On-Line courses offered every semester are:
CCJ-1010     Introduction to Criminology
CCJ-1020     Introduction to Criminal Justice
CCJ-1488     Ethics in Criminal Justice
CCJ-2013     Introduction to Victimology
CCJ-2610     Introduction to Criminal Typologies
CCJ 2648     Organized Crime
CCJ-2671     Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Crime
CJC-1000     Introduction to Corrections
CJE-1000     Introduction to Law Enforcement
CJE-1640     Introduction to Criminalistics
CJE-1653     Crime Analysis and Intelligence
CJE-1680     Introduction to Computer Crimes
CJE-2004     Careers Choices in Criminal Justice (1 Credit)
CJE-2170     Comparative Police & Criminal Justice Systems
CJE-2400     Police Community Relations
CJE-2600     Criminal Investigations
CJJ-1002     Juvenile Delinquency
CJL-1062     Constitutional Law
CJL-1100     Criminal Law
CJL-1500     Introduction to the Court System
CJL-2072     Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
CJL-2130     Criminal Evidence and Procedure
CJL-2610     Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence
DSC-1002     Introduction to Terrorism
DSC 1003     Introduction to Homeland Security
DSC-2033     Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics
            COURSES REQUIRED AND RECOMMENDED
               CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY
                    ON-LINE A.S. DEGREE

General Education (9 hr)

        Group I - Communications (3 hr) – Required
                 ENC 1101          English Composition I                                  3 hr
        Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
                 Any Humanities Gen Ed Course
                 See Attached List                                                        3 hr
        Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
                 Any Math Gen Ed Course
                 Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher                                  3 hr

Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)
                PSY 2012         General Psychology                                       3 hr
                SYG 2000         Intro to Sociology                                       3 hr
                POS 2041         American Government                                      3 hr

Program Core Courses (28 hr)

        Group A (25 hr) – Required Courses
                CCJ 1010          Introduction to Criminology                             3 hr
                CCJ 1020          Introduction to Criminal Justice                        3 hr
                CCJ 2910          Directed Research {Independent Study}                   3 hr
                CCJ 2940          Criminal Justice Internship {Work Study}                3 hr
                CJE 2004          Career Choices in Criminal Justice                      1 hr
                CJJ 1002          Juvenile Delinquency                                    3 hr
                CJL 1062          Constitutional Law                                      3 hr
                CJL 1100          Criminal Law                                            3 hr
                CJL 2130          Criminal Evidence & Procedure                           3 hr
        Group B (3 hr)
            Students must select ONE of the following: *
                CJC 1000          Introduction to Corrections OR
                CJE 1000          Introduction to Law Enforcement OR
                CJE 1640          Introduction to Criminalistics OR
                CJL 1500          Introduction to the Court System                        3 hr

Program Electives (18 hr)

             Choose 18 specified elective credits from these courses:
                CCJ 1488          Ethics in Criminal Justice
                CCJ 2013          Introduction to Victimology
                CCJ 2610          Introduction to Criminal Typologies
                CCJ 2648          Organized Crime
                 CCJ 2671         Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
                 CJE 1640         Introduction to Criminalistics
                 CJE 1653         Crime Analysis and Intelligence
                 CJE 1680         Introduction to Computer Crimes
                 CJE 2170         Comparative Police & Criminal Justice Systems
                 CJE 2400         Police Community Relations
                 CJE 2600         Criminal Investigation
                 CJL 2072         Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
                 CJL 2610         Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence
                 DSC1002          Introduction to Terrorism
                 DSC1003          Introduction to Homeland Security
                 DSC 2033         Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics

             The following courses may be used as additional electives if you have not
             already taken the course as a Program Core Course from Group B above: *
                  CJC 1000         Introduction to Corrections
                  CJE 1000         Introduction to Law Enforcement
                  CJE 1640         Introduction to Criminalistics
                  CJL 1500         Introduction to the Court System                      18 hr
             COURSES REQUIRED AND RECOMMENDED
                CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY
                     ON-LINE A.S.DEGREE
POLICE AND CORRECTIONS ACADEMY GRADUATE TRACK

General Education (9 hr)

         Group I - Communications (3 hr) – Required
                  ENC 1101          English Composition I                                          3 hr
         Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
                  Any Humanities Gen Ed Course
                  See Attached List                                                                3 hr
         Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
                  Any Math Gen Ed Course
                  Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher                                          3 hr

Program Specified Required Courses (9 hr)
                  PSY 2012             General Psychology                                          3 hr
                  SYG 2000             Intro to Sociology                                          3 hr
                  POS 2041             American Government                                         3 hr

Program Core Courses (25 hr)
                  CCJ 1010             Introduction to Criminology                                 3 hr
                  CCJ 1020             Introduction to Criminal Justice                            3 hr
                  CCJ 2910             Directed Research {Independent Study}                       3 hr
                  CCJ 2940             Criminal Justice Internship {Work Study}                    3 hr
                  CJE 2004             Career Choices in Criminal Justice                          1 hr
                  CJJ 1002             Juvenile Delinquency                                        3 hr
                  CJL 1062             Constitutional Law                                          3 hr
                  CJL 1100             Criminal Law                                                3 hr
                  CJL 2130             Criminal Evidence & Procedure                               3 hr

Articulated Credits (15 hr or 12 hr)

                  Students who have successfully completed a Florida
                  Police Academy will be awarded 12 Credits Plus                                   12 hr
                  CJE 1000            Introduction to Law Enforcement                               3 hr

                  Students who have successfully completed a Florida
                  Corrections Academy will be awarded 9 Credits Plus                               9 hr
                  CJC 1000          Introduction to Corrections                                    3 hr

Program Electives (6 hr or 9 hr)

                  Police Academy Graduates choose 2 specified electives from these courses:
                  Corrections Academy Graduates choose 3 specified electives from these courses:

                  CCJ 1488             Ethics in Criminal Justice
                  CCJ 2013             Introduction to Victimology
                  CCJ 2610             Introduction to Criminal Typologies
                  CCJ 2648             Organized Crime
                  CCJ 2671             Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
                  CJC 1000             Introduction to Corrections (Law Enforcement Only)
                  CJE 1000             Introduction to Law Enforcement (Corrections Only)
                  CJE 1640             Introduction to Criminalistics
                  CJE 1653             Crime Analysis and Intelligence
                  CJE 1680             Introduction to Computer Crimes
                  CJE 2170             Comparative Police & Criminal Justice Systems
                  CJE 2400             Police Community Relations
                  CJE 2600             Criminal Investigation
                  CJL 1500             Introduction to the Court System
                  CJL 2072             Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
                  CJL 2610             Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence
                  DSC1002              Introduction to Terrorism
                  DSC1003              Introduction to Homeland Security
                  DSC2033              Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics          6 hr / 9 hr
            COURSES REQUIRED AND RECOMMENDED
               CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY
                   ON-LINE A.A.S.DEGREE
   POLICE AND CORRECTIONS ACADEMY GRADUATE TRACK
General Education (9 hr)
        Group I - Communications (3 hr) – Required
                 ENC 1101          English Composition I                                        3 hr
        Group I - Humanities (3 hr) - Required
                 Any Humanities Gen Ed Course
                 See Attached List                                                              3 hr
        Group II - Mathematics (3 hr) - Required
                 Any Math Gen Ed Course
                 Meaning: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106 or higher                                        3 hr
Program Specified Required Courses (6 hr)
           Students must select TWO of the following:
                PSY 2012         General Psychology
                SYG 2000         Intro to Sociology
                POS 2041         American Government                                            6 hr
Program Core Courses (1 hr)
               CJE 2004             Career Choices in Criminal Justice                          1 hr
Articulated Credits
                  Students who have successfully completed a Florida
                  Police Academy will be awarded 33 Credits.
                  Students who have successfully completed a Florida
                  Corrections Academy will be awarded 27 Credits.
                  Students who have successfully completed both a Florida
                  Police and Corrections Academy will be awarded 39 Credits.
Program Electives
       Group A (6 hrs)
            Students must select TWO of the following:
                 CCJ 1010        Intro to Criminology
                 CCJ 1020        Intro to Criminal Justice
                 CJJ 1002        Juvenile Delinquency
                 CJL 1062        Constitutional Law
                 CJL 1100        Criminal Law
                 CJL 2130        Criminal Evidence & Procedure                              6 hr
       Group B
            Police Academy Graduates must select THREE of the following:
            Corrections Academy Graduates must select FIVE of the following:
            Dual Police and Corrections Academy Graduates must select ONE of the following:
                 CCJ 1488        Ethics in Criminal Justice
                 CCJ 2013        Introduction to Victimology
                 CCJ 2610        Introduction to Criminal Typologies
                 CCJ 2648        Organized Crime
                  CCJ 2671          Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
                  CCJ 2910          Directed Research {Independent Study}
                  CCJ 2940          Criminal Justice Internship {Work Study}
                  CJC 1000          Introduction to Corrections
                  CJE 1000          Introduction to Law Enforcement
                  CJE 1640          Introduction to Criminalistics
                  CJE 1653          Crime Analysis and Intelligence
                  CJE-1680          Introduction to Computer Crimes
                  CJE 2170          Comparative Police & Criminal Just Systems
                  CJE 2400          Police Community Relations
                  CJE 2600          Criminal Investigation
                  CJL 1500          Introduction to the Court System
                  CJL 2072          Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
                  CJL 2610          Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence
                  DSC1002           Introduction to Terrorism
                  DSC 1003         Introduction to Homeland Security
                  DSC 2033         Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics
                  Or any Courses in Group A not already selected.                     9 hr/15 hr/3 hr
         COURSES REQUIRED AND RECOMMENDED
            CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY
                 ON-LINE A.A.DEGREE

                              AA LIBERAL ARTS
                            (Criminal Justice Major)


General Education (36 hr)

      General Education requirements for the A.A. Degree can be found in the College
      Advising Guides. Criminal Justice Majors seeking an A.A. Degree should select
      General Education classes as required.



Program Electives (24 hr)

      The Criminal Justice Undergraduate Program recommends that Criminal Justice
      Majors seeking an A.A. Degree whether labeled as Justice Administration or
      Liberal Arts, select all their electives from the criminal justice classes.

             CCJ 1010        Introduction to Criminology
             CCJ 1020        Introduction to Criminal Justice
             CCJ 1488        Ethics in Criminal Justice
             CCJ 2013        Introduction to Victimology
             CCJ 2610        Introduction to Criminal Typologies
             CCJ 2648        Organized Crime
             CCJ 2671        Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
             CCJ 2910        Directed Research {Independent Study}
             CCJ 2940        Criminal Justice Internship {Work Study}
             CJC 1000        Introduction to Corrections
             CJE 1000        Introduction to Law Enforcement
             CJE 1640        Introduction to Criminalistics
             CJE 1653        Crime Analysis and Intelligence
             CJE 1680        Introduction to Computer Crimes
             CJE 2170        Comparative Police & Crim Just Systems
             CJE 2400        Police Community Relations
             CJE 2600        Criminal Investigation
             CJJ 1002        Juvenile Delinquency
             CJL 1062        Constitutional Law
             CJL 1100        Criminal Law
             CJL 1500        Introduction to the Court System
             CJL 2072        Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
             CJL 2130        Criminal Evidence & Procedure
             CJL 2610        Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence
             DSC1002         Introduction to Terrorism
             DSC 1003        Introduction to Homeland Security
             DSC 2033        Introduction to Terrorist Weapons and Tactics
   CRIMINAL JUSTICE DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
            UNIVERSITY TRANSFER
 Beginning fall term 2004, all A.S. Criminal Justice Technology graduates shall
 articulate into a Criminal Justice baccalaureate degree in the designated
 university program under the provision of Rule 6A-10.024, Articulation Between
 Universities, Community Colleges, and School Districts.

                          COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                  A.S. CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY
                                  (64 CREDIT HOURS)

 General Education & Related Courses                               18 Credits
 Criminal Justice Required & Elective Courses                      46 Credits

 Totals                                                            64 Credits

                                  UNIVERSITY
                            B.S. CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                                  (66 CREDIT HOURS)

 General Education & Related Courses                               18 Credits
 Criminal Justice Required & Elective Courses                      48 Credits

 Totals                                                            66 Credits

 A.S. to B.S. Criminal Justice Program Total Credits              130 Credits


 Foreign language requirement
 Students who did not complete 2 years of foreign language in high school must
 satisfy the State foreign language requirement of 8 semester hours of college
 level foreign language either at the Community college or at the University.


HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY SCHOOLS ARTICULATION

 H.C.C will, under certain circumstances, award articulated credit toward an A.S.
 degree in Criminal Justice Technology to those individuals who have successfully
 completed an approved Hillsborough County School District High School
 Criminal Justice Academy Program. We will award the following courses:
    •     CJE-1000........Introduction to Law Enforcement
    •     CJE-2600........Criminal Investigations
         DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY AND
            CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES
                         COURSE DESCRIPTIONS




CCJ-1010
Introduction to Criminology
  3 Credits
  Focuses on the complex factors related to crime in America, including basic issues, scope,
  and economic impact.


CCJ-1020
Introduction to Criminal Justice
  3 Credits
  Covers the historical and philosophical backgrounds of criminal justice agencies and
  examines the development of the courts, correctional agencies, and law enforcement
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  processes. Topics include the Supreme Court, the 14 Amendment, individual rights, and
  requirements and opportunities in the law enforcement and correctional fields.


CCJ-1488
Ethics in Criminal Justice
  3 Credits
  This course is a practical overview of key issues, questions, and concepts in applied ethics in
  the field of criminal justice. The course will include the historical development of ethical
  theories, morality and law, and ethical decision making in law enforcement, courts, and
  corrections.


CCJ-2013
Introduction To Victimology
  3 Credits
  This course is about victims of crime. It provides an introductory level review of the many
  facets of criminal victimization and the efforts to assist crime victims. The course covers a
  wide range of topics including trends and interpretations of victimization research, laws,
  programs, and services, the emotional and social impact of crime, victim rights and restitution
  and the extent of participation by victims in the criminal justice process.
CCJ-2111
Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior
  3 Credits
  This course presents the major theoretical explanations of crime and criminal behavior. The
  course focuses on the historical development of criminological theory based on various
  definitions of crime. The primary purpose of this course is to provide a clear overview of the
  major academic explanations (or theories) that dominate criminology in an effort to clarify
  what is known about crime based upon empirical research. To this end, this course is
  designed to provide students with a basic understanding of historical and current
  criminological perspectives, as these are the foundations upon which both criminological
  research and public policy are based.


CCJ-2191
Introduction to Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
  3 Credits
  This course provides a study of human nature and the peculiarities of human behavior and
  how it relates to crime and delinquency with emphasis on how this behavior relates to the
  duties and responsibilities of the criminal justice practitioner. This course will emphasize
  abnormal behavior and how criminal justice practitioners should react with primary emphasis
  on the behavioral aspects of people in crisis situations and how criminal justice practitioners
  should respond. The course will deal with issues of police crisis intervention and crisis
  management.


CCJ-2600
Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
  Studies the various deviant behaviors with which criminal justice practitioners interact daily.
  Topics include the nature of deviance, sexual deviance, alcoholism, drug addiction, mental
  illness, violence, and suicide. Contact 3 hours.


CCJ-2610
Introduction To Criminal Typologies
  3 Credits
  The primary goal of this course is for students to recognize and understand the utility of
  constructing typologies as a precursor to understanding criminal behavior. Students will
  review the differences in varying patterning of criminality.


CCJ-2618
Forensic Psychology
  3 Credits
  This course is an examination of the psychology of human behavior as it relates to crime.
  The student will be introduced to psychopathology, the sexually violent offender, and serial
  murder. The student will also examine violent juvenile offenders and the process of
  psychological conditioning which allows them to commit violent criminal acts. The student will
  also be introduced to criminal profiling.
CCJ-2648
Organized Crime
  3 Credits
  This course involves an examination of organized crime, including its history, structures,
  activities and government efforts to control it.


CCJ-2671
Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
  3 Credits
  Discrimination and disparities have long been points of interest and discontent in the field of
  criminal justice. This course looks on the impact of race and ethnicity, class, gender, and
  sexuality in criminal justice. These four factors affect the administration of justice for
  offenders, and also impact the career of the criminal justice professional. The goal of the
  course is to broaden our understanding of diversity and discrimination in criminal justice


CCJ-2685
Domestic and Sexual Violence
  3 Credits
  This Course is designed to examine the various expressions of violence within the family
  structure, including child abuse, spouse and partner abuse, and elder abuse. Topics will also
  include sexual abuse, sexual assault, stalking, and domestic homicide. Topics will include
  the psychological and social causes of domestic and sexual violence, recognizing its signs,
  and studying its effect on its victims as well as programs and policies for prevention and
  treatment.


CCJ-2720
Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods
  3 Credits
  The primary goal of this course is for students to recognize and understand the basics of
  research structure within the criminal justice and criminology disciplines. Upon successful
  completion of this course, students will have an understanding of the social scientific
  approach which includes the fundamental concepts of ethics, research design, data collection
  and analysis, and finally interpretation.


CCJ-2910
Directed Research
  3 Credits
  An individualized study project which applies the objective approach in the observation and
  reporting of information relating to social problems, with a focus on understanding and
  interpreting data, as well as basic statistics. Documented research paper required and must
  relate to a criminal justice subject area in which internship is being done.

  Prerequisites: Criminal Justice Majors only - Instructor permission is required.
CCJ-2934
Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice
  3 Credits
  This course will offer an extensive examination of selected contemporary issues in criminal
  justice.


CCJ-2935
Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues
  3 Credits
  Focuses on selected topics and issues not usually covered in other courses.


CCJ-2940
Criminal Justice Internship
  3 Credits
  Provides an opportunity for the student with no criminal justice experience to observe the
  criminal justice system in operation. The student will be expected to compare classroom
  theory with the day-to-day operation of the criminal justice agency and the roles and
  responsibilities of the professional in the field. The student will be required to spend a total of
  100 clock hours, spread over the semester, in the agency.

  Prerequisites: Criminal Justice Majors only
  Instructor permission is required – Students must complete Application prior to registering.
  Note: Students take either CCJ-2940 or CCJ-2949 but not both.


CCJ-2949
Criminal Justice Field Studies
  3 Credits
  This course will provide students with an opportunity to learn about and observe the
  operations of various criminal justice agencies. Students will be expected to compare
  classroom theory with the day-to-day operations of various criminal justice agencies and the
  roles and responsibilities of their professionals in the field. The course will include classroom
  lectures and projects, agency ride-alongs, facility tours, court observations, and interviewing
  and shadowing agencies members. In addition to limited classroom meetings, the student
  will also be required to spend a total of 100 clock hours, spread over the semester, in the field
  observing various agencies.

  Prerequisites: Criminal Justice Majors only
  Instructor permission is required – Students must complete Application prior to registering.
  Note: Students take either CCJ-2940 or CCJ-2949 but not both.


CJC-1000
Introduction to Corrections
  3 Credits
  Provides an introduction to the historical, theoretical and objective understanding of crime,
  the offender and the correctional process in society. Topics include custodial procedures and
  theory, correctional treatment, and basic social systems in relation to crime problems.
CJC-2162
Probation and Parole
  3 Credits
  Explores the history, functions, purposes, and operations of community corrections programs
  within the criminal justice system, which provide diversion, supervision and treatment of
  offenders. This course reviews the theories and practices of probation and parole within a
  community setting. The principles and methods of probation and parole systems at federal,
  state and local levels, court procedures, the role of the probation and parole officers and their
  associates in the rehabilitation process will be covered.



CJE-1000
Introduction to Law Enforcement
  3 Credits
  An in-depth study of the Police in America, state, local, and federal, including structure, duties
  and roles. The course will include topics such as police history, organization, community
  relations, and ethics.


CJE-1640
Introduction to Criminalistics
  3 Credits
  This course explains and discusses the crime laboratory and its procedures, functions and
  duties. Crime scene procedures and techniques for locating, preserving and securing
  evidence will also be discussed. Selected laboratory techniques and procedures such as
  comparison and identification of tool markings, blood, hair, fibers, drugs, chemicals,
  photographs, firearms, ballistics and documents will be explained.


CJE 1642c
Introduction to Crime Scene Technology
  3 Credits {Lab Course – Lab Fees Apply}
  This course explains and discusses the basic scientific techniques used in criminal
  investigation with emphasis on the role of the crime scene investigator. This course will focus
  on such areas as recording the crime scene, collecting and preserving physical evidence, and
  the examination of evidence. The techniques used by the crime scene investigator to collect,
  protect, process, and analyze crime scene evidence will be explored.


CJE-1643c
Advanced Crime Scene Technology
  3 Credits {Lab Course – Lab Fees Apply}
  This course explains and discusses advanced principals and theories in Crime Scene
  Technology. This course will cover specialized collection procedures for biological
  evidence, weapons, traffic crash evidence, arson evidence, gun shot residue, blood spatter
  and bodies.
  Prerequisites: CJE 1640: Introduction to Criminalistics
                 CJE 1642c: Introduction to Crime Scene Technology
CJE-1653
Crime Analysis and Intelligence
  3 Credits
  This course involves an introduction to the field of crime analysis. The course will provide the
  student with an overview of basic criminal intelligence and investigative analysis techniques
  in modern law enforcement. The course will include Geographic Information Systems and
  Crime Mapping Techniques.


CJE-1680
Introduction to Computer Crimes
  3 Credits
  This course will provide the student with an overview of crimes involving the use of computer
  technology and the internet. The course will cover how computer related crimes are
  committed and how computer related crimes are investigated. Topics covered will include
  computer crime scene management and the legal issues involved in the prosecution of
  computer crimes will also be explored.


CJE-2004
Career Choices in Criminal Justice
  1 Credit
  This course will expose the students to the diversity of requirements and career opportunities
  within the criminal justice system. This course will provide the students with an understanding
  of the different agencies within the criminal justice system including police, courts and
  corrections. This course will cover all levels of agencies including city, county, state and
  federal. The course will also cover careers related to criminal justice including juvenile justice,
  private investigation and security, and bail bonds agents. The course will cover the roles of
  these agencies and employment opportunities and provide students with information on law
  enforcement academies, strategies for job searching, resumes and job interviews.


CJE-2170
Comparative Police and Criminal Justice Systems
  3 Credits
  This course will survey contemporary foreign law enforcement and criminal justice systems.
  This course will compare and contrast selected foreign systems with those of the United
  This course will include a study of the operational and philosophical differences
  between the various cultural and legal systems studied.


CJE-2233
Drug Abuse and Crime
  3 Credits
  This course will introduce students to the negative effects of drugs, alcohol, and other
  substance abuse. This course will cover the problems created by the illegal use of narcotics
  and other dangerous substances and its relationship to criminal behavior. This course will
  emphasize the criminal implications and control of drug and substance abuse as well as
  touching on the social and historical implications
CJE-2300
Police Administration and Organization
  3 Credits
  Provides an introduction to the principles of law enforcement, organization and supporting
  services as they apply to staff functions, personnel recruiting, training, promotions, planning,
  research, inspection, control, and policy formation. Topics include functions of patrol, criminal
  investigation, vice control units, juvenile bureau, intelligence, sections, detection facilities,
  supply and transportation.


CJE-2400
Community Relations
  3 Credits
  Focuses on the relationship of criminal justice agencies to the community and how social
  change affects law enforcement, corrections and the courts.


CJE-2600
Criminal Investigation
  3 Credits
  Covers methods of investigation, interviews, interrogation, electronic equipment, surveillance
  and sources of information, with an emphasis on case preparation and problems in criminal
  investigations.


CJE-2603
Investigative Cycle From Crime Scene to Court
  3 Credits
  The course covers the evidence and investigative cycle, from processing the crime scene, to
  testimony about the evidence. It first examines the fundamentals of protecting and processing
  crime scenes and the handling of evidence. Students then would become familiar with the
  components of the investigative report. The course would then cover how the evidence and
  testimony are presented in the courtroom.


CJE-2614
Serial Killers
  3 Credits
  This course involves an examination of serial killers and mass murderers, including the
  history, profiling of the offenders, and techniques for the investigation. Special issues that
  will be covered include media coverage and punishment.
CJE-2671c
Latent Fingerprint Development
  3 Credits {Lab Course – Lab Fees Apply}
  This course explains and discusses the techniques involving detection, enhancement and
  recovery of latent fingerprints from physical evidence. This course will cover mechanical and
  chemical methods and surfaces will be analyzed and evaluated for application in both theory
  and practice.


CJE-2672c
Fingerprint Classification
  3 Credits {Lab Course – Lab Fees Apply}
  This course explains and discusses the Henry modified system of Fingerprint classification.
  This course will deal with all aspects of fingerprint classification, identification, and filing
  systems and will prepare the student to conduct inked fingerprint examinations.


CJE-2770c
Forensic Photography
  3 Credits {Lab Course – Lab Fees Apply}
  This course explains and covers basic crime scene photography skills, including camera
  operation, exposure control, proficiency in relational photos, and flash control for crime scene
  and evidentiary documentation. The course will also cover special light sources and the use
  of filters, specialized equipment, digital cameras, and hand held video camera-recorders.


CJJ-1002
Juvenile Delinquency
  3 Credits
  Focuses on the history, nature, causes, and scope of juvenile crimes with an examination of
  the juvenile justice system and treatment facilities.


CJJ-2004
Juvenile Justice System
  3 Credits
  This course will examine juvenile delinquency and the juvenile justice system, including its
  legal and social history, its definitions and procedures, and an assessment of delinquency
  prevention and control.



CJL-1062
Constitutional Law
  3 Credits
  Provides an in-depth study of criminal law, with an emphasis on the role of the Supreme
  Court and constitutional law as it applies to law enforcement and civil rights.
CJL-1070
The Legal Rights of Prisoners
  3 Credits
  Survey the legal rights of inmates in correctional facilities, with an emphasis on specific cases
  and decisions affecting correctional practices.


CJL-1100
Criminal Law
  3 Credits
  Focuses on the classification and analysis of criminal acts, such as homicide, rape, assault,
  robbery, larceny, burglary, and auto thefts, with an emphasis on specific cases and selected
  court decisions. Topics include court organization, court orders, writs, warrants, and other
  papers.


CJL-1500
Introduction to the Court System
  3 Credits
  This course examines the history, traditions and philosophy of the American court system.
  Emphasis will be placed on the roles of the prosecutor, the judge, the defense attorney, the
  jurors, the defendants and the public. The course will focus on the general themes of law on
  the books, law in action and law in controversy. Course content will include an overview of
  the structure and operation of the court system with special emphasis on the Florida Court
  System.


CJL-2072
Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
  3 Credits
  This course will provide students with an overview of Federal Civil Rights Legislation and
  State and Federal Tort Law as it applies to Criminal Justice. Topics covered will include
  practitioner and supervisor liability, 1983 actions, 241 crimes, wrongful death actions, and
  various personnel liability laws including ADA, EEOC, Age and Sex Discrimination and
  Sexual Harassment.


CJL-2130
Criminal Evidence and Procedures
  3 Credits
  Provides an introduction to criminal procedures such as arrest, search and seizure, use of
  force and handling evidence. Topics include the legal use and degree of force, right of
  suspects and arrested persons, types of evidence, admissibility, proof and competence of
  evidence as related to criminal law and recent court decisions.
CJL-2202
Legal Research in Criminal Justice
  3 Credits
  This course covers the historical development of criminal law and case precedent. The
  course will emphasize the development and study of case law and criminal statutes and the
  significance of law as a social force. The course will emphasize how to read and evaluate
  cases and how to do legal research.


CJL-2400
Criminal Court Litigation
  3 Credits
  This course involves the practical observation and study of the criminal trial process through
  lecture, readings, and direct observation of criminal trials. Students will study the various
  aspects of the criminal court process, from arrest through conviction and sentencing. Course
  topics will include bail and pre-trial incarceration, discovery and other pre-trial procedures,
  prosecutorial discretion, plea bargaining, and the conduct of trial proceedings.


CJL-2610
Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence
  3 Credits
  This course explains and discusses how to present physical, documentary, and scientific
  evidence in the courtroom. The course will cover proper dress, speaking, listening, and
  stress will be explained. The student will understand how to present courtroom
  testimony, especially in areas of scientific evidence. The course will also include how
  to prepare and present visual aids and exhibits collected at crime scenes. The course
  will include mock trial exercises.


DSC-1002
Introduction To Terrorism
  3 Credits
  This course teaches the foundations of National Security as it relates to International and
  Domestic Terrorism and the United States engagement in the war against Terrorism. This
  course is a survey of the history and development of terrorist organizations and extreme
  political militancy both in the United States and the world.


DSC-1003
Introduction To Homeland Security
  3 Credits
  This course provides an introspective review of the history of the U.S. Homeland Defense
  Initiative. This course will explore the evolution of homeland security in the United States
  including an overview of the government agencies and laws involved.
DSC-2033
Introduction to Terrorist Tactics and Weapons
  3 Credits
  This course introduces students to various types of weapons of mass destruction. The
  student will be introduced to basic principles of weapons of mass destruction, recognition,
  identification, decontamination, and treatment protocols. The student will understand the
  importance of personal protective equipment and its proper uses and understand the
  toxicology, physical and chemical properties associated with weapons of mass destruction.


SCC-1000
Introduction to Security
  3 Credits
  This course will examine the origins and development of security from medieval England to
  current times. The concept of security will be covered as a response to and a reflection of
  society’s structure.     This course will cover the various aspects of security to include
  community, retail, corporate, business, and industrial problems and concerns as well as the
  governmental and legal aspects of security. The use of security equipment and loss
  prevention will also be covered.


SCC-1011
Introduction to Private Investigations
  3 Credits
  This course will provide students with an overview of the private investigation field. The
  course will focus on employment opportunities, history, evolution, methods, and management
  of private investigations, sources of information, investigative technology, and ethical, public
  policy, and legal considerations related to investigations in the private sector.




                    GENERAL EDUCATION
                     REQUIRED COURSES

POS-2041
American Government
  3-Credits
  Covers the structure and function of the American government, the dynamics of political
  change and contemporary issues.

  Prerequisites: College level reading and writing skills are required - Gordon Rule course.
PSY-2012
General Psychology
   3-Credits
   An introduction to modern scientific psychology and its application to human behavior.
   Topics include perception, motivation, learning, thinking, remembering, emotion, intelligence,
   personality development and the scientific methods used in psychology.

   Prerequisites: College level reading and writing skills are required - Gordon Rule course.


SYG-2000
Introduction to Sociology
   3 Credits
   Emphasizes the scientific method in examining society. Topics include group structure, roles,
   social stratification, socialization, deviance, collective behavior, ethnic diversity and
   globalism.

   Prerequisites: College level reading and writing skills are required - Gordon Rule course.




                 GENERAL EDUCATION
              HUMANITIES REQUIRED COURSE

Students must select ONE of the following to meet the Humanities requirement
for Graduation with an A.S. OR A.A.S. Degree:

AML-2010       American Literature to 1885
AML-2020       American Literature 1885 to Present
AML-2600       African-American Literature
ARH-1000       Understanding Visual Art
DAN-2100       Intro to Dance
ENL-2012       British Literature to 1800
ENL-2022       British Literature 1800 to Present
HUM-2210       World Humanities: Prehist/Early Mod
HUM-2230       World Humanities: Early Mod/Cont.
HUM-2410       Asian Humanities
HUM-2420       African Humanities
HUM-2461       Latin American Humanities
LIT-2110       World Literature to 1650
LIT-2120       World Literature 1650 to Present
MUL-1010       Introduction to Music
PHI-1010       Introduction to Philosophy
PHI-1100       Elementary Logic
PHI-1600       Ethics
REL-2300       Introduction to Religion
THE-1000       Introduction to Theater Arts
             CRIMINAL JUSTICE INTERNSHIPS

       All Criminal Justice Majors who are seeking an A.S. Degree are required
to register and successfully complete CCJ 2940, Criminal Justice Internship, or
CCJ 2949, Criminal Justice Field Studies, prior to graduation. All Criminal
Justice Majors who are seeking an A.A.S. Degree or an A.A. Degree may take
CCJ 2940, Criminal Justice Internship, or CCJ 2949, Criminal Justice Field
Studies, as an elective. These courses are limited to Criminal Justice Majors,
which are those students seeking an A.S., A.A.S., or A.A. Degree in Criminal
Justice Technology.

        Students should take the Internship or Field Studies course only after
completing most of their criminal justice required courses. Permission of the
Instructor is required prior to registering for either course. Because prior
instructor permission is required, Internship and Filed Studies slots at agencies
fill up quickly, and many affiliate sites have application deadline dates, students
should begin their approval process by contacting the instructor at the beginning
of the prior semester, if not earlier.


                                INTERNSHIPS

       Students may be able to intern at a variety of Affiliate Sites such as the
Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office, the Tampa Police Department, the Temple
Terrace Police Department, the Florida Highway Patrol, Hillsborough Public
Defender's Office, Hillsborough State Attorney’s Office, Hillsborough County
Clerk of the Court, Hillsborough County Juvenile Diversion Program, the United
States Attorney’s office, the Florida Department of Corrections, the Florida
Department of Juvenile Justice as well as at H.C.C.’s Criminal Justice
Undergraduate Program.

       Students entering the Internship Program need to submit an Internship
Application, read the Internship Manual, the Internship Procedures, the Internship
Syllabus, and complete a series of internship forms. For more details please see
the Internship Web Site: www.hccfl.edu/yborcampus/cjt/internship.html


                               FIELD STUDIES

       Students in the Field Studies course will have the opportunity to observe
the activities of various agencies within the criminal justice system through a
combination of police ride alongs, courtroom observation, and shadowing officers
at work. Students will also be exposed to the workings of the agencies of the
criminal justice system through a combination of classroom guest speakers and
research projects and affiliate interviews.
        Students entering the Field Studies Program need to submit a Field
Studies Course Application and must attend the mandatory orientation classroom
session.      For more details please see the Internship Web Site:
http://www.hccfl.edu/yc/cjt/for-students/criminal-justice-field-studies.aspx



               CCJ-2940 CRIMINAL JUSTICE INTERNSHIP
                             3 Credits

Provides an opportunity for the student with no criminal justice experience to
observe the criminal justice system in operation. The student will be expected to
compare classroom theory with the day-to-day operation of the criminal justice
agency and the roles and responsibilities of the professional in the field. The
student will be required to spend a total of 100 clock hours, spread over the
semester, in the agency.

Prerequisites: Criminal Justice Majors only
Instructor’s permission is required – Students must complete Application in
advance of registering.
Note: Students take either CCJ-2940 or CCJ-2949 but not both.



          CCJ-2949 CRIMINAL JUSTICE FIELD STUDIES
                         3 Credits
This course will provide students with an opportunity to learn about and observe
the operations of various criminal justice agencies. Students will be expected to
compare classroom theory with the day-to-day operations of various criminal
justice agencies and the roles and responsibilities of their professionals in the
field. The course will include classroom lectures and projects, agency ride-
alongs, facility tours, court observations, and interviewing and shadowing
agencies members. In addition to limited classroom meetings, the student will
also be required to spend a total of 100 clock hours, spread over the semester, in
the field observing various agencies.

Prerequisites: Criminal Justice Majors only
Instructor permission is required – Students must complete Application prior
to registering.
Note: Students take either CCJ-2940 or CCJ-2949 but not both.
            DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY AND
               CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES
           UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAM

The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies is located at
Hillsborough Community College‘s Ybor City Campus. Most Criminal Justice
courses are offered at Ybor City Campus only; however, certain introductory core
courses are offered regularly at the Dale Mabry Campus as well.

The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies is comprised of full
time professors and adjunct instructors assigned to Ybor City Campus.

The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies offers students
different Tracks of emphasis based on the student’s educational and professional
goals – those different tracks are:

                              Criminology
                            Law Enforcement
              Corrections, Probation, and Juvenile Justice
                                Pre-Law
                              Crime Scene
                           Homeland Security
                   Criminal Justice Social Services
                  Private Security and Investigations

Students are not required to select a track. Tracks are offered only to help guide
students in selecting their courses based on Career goals.

Some Criminal Justice courses are required and all majors must take them while
other Criminal Justice courses are electives. Generally, required courses are
offered every semester whereas elective courses are offered once a year,
usually either during the fall or the spring semester.

Criminal Justice classes are offered during the day and evening as well as on
weekends and On-Line.

The schedules outlined in this section are subject to change based on instructor
and room availability as well as on student needs and interest.

Students entering college for the first time must take the Florida College Entry
Level Placement Test (CPT) unless they have ACT or SAT scores from the last
two years. The CPT is used for placement reference General Education courses.

Students can take up to 12 credits (4 classes) in Criminal Justice before taking
the CPT exam and can take Criminal Justice classes in general before or while
taking General Education classes.
                   Standard Weekly Course Schedule
                                        Day Classes
Classes 1a-1c:    Meet Every Monday and Wednesday                        8:00am - 9:15am
Classes 2a-2c:    Meet Every Monday and Wednesday                        9:30am–10:45am
Classes 3a-3c:    Meet Every Monday and Wednesday                       11:00am -12:15pm
Classes 4a-4c:    Meet Every Monday and Wednesday                       12:30pm - 1:45pm
Classes 5a-5c:    Meet Every Tuesday and Thursday                        8:00am - 9:15am
Classes 6a-6c:    Meet Every Tuesday and Thursday                        9:30am -10:45am
Classes 7a-7c:    Meet Every Tuesday and Thursday                       11:00am -12:15pm
Classes 8a-8c:    Meet Every Tuesday and Thursday                       12:30pm - 1:45pm
Class 9:          Meets Every Monday                                     8:00am–10:45am
Class 10:         Meets Every Monday                                    11:00am– 1:45pm
Class 11:         Meets Every Friday Morning                             8:00am -10:45pm
Class 12:         Meets Every Friday Morning                            11:00pm - 1:45pm

                                     Afternoon Classes
Class 13:         Meets Every Monday and Wednesday                       2:00pm -   3:15pm
Class 14:         Meets Every Monday and Wednesday                       3:30pm -   4:45pm
Class 15:         Meets Every Tuesday and Thursday                       2:00pm -   3:15pm
Class 16:         Meets Every Tuesday and Thursday                       3:30pm -   4:45pm
Class 17:         Meets Every Monday Afternoon                           2:00pm -   4:45pm
Class 18:         Meets Every Tuesday Afternoon                          2:00pm -   4:45pm
Class 19:         Meets Every Wednesday Afternoon                        2:00pm -   4:45pm
Class 20:         Meets Every Thursday Afternoon                         2:00pm -   4:45pm
Class 21:         Meets Every Friday Afternoon                           2:00pm -   4:45pm

                                      Evening Classes
Class 22:        Meets Every Monday and Wednesday                        5:30pm - 6:45pm
Class 23:        Meets Every Monday and Wednesday                        7:00pm - 8:15pm
Class 24:        Meets Every Monday and Wednesday                        8:30pm - 9:45pm
Class 25:        Meets Every Tuesday and Thursday                        5:30pm - 6:45pm
Class 26:        Meets Every Tuesday and Thursday                        7:00pm - 8:15pm
Class 27:        Meets Every Tuesday and Thursday                        8:30pm - 9:45pm
Class 28:        Meets Every Monday Evening                              5:00pm -   7:45pm
Class 29:        Meets Every Monday Evening                              6:00pm -   8:45pm
Class 30:        Meets Every Monday Evening                              7:00pm -   9:45pm
Class 31:        Meets Every Tuesday Evening                             6:00pm -   8:45pm
Class 32:        Meets Every Tuesday Evening                             7:00pm -   9:45pm
Class 33:        Meets Every Wednesday Evening                           6:00pm -   8:45pm
Class 34:        Meets Every Wednesday Evening                           7:00pm -   9:45pm
Class 35:        Meets Every Thursday Evening                            6:00pm -   8:45pm
Class 36:        Meets Every Thursday Evening                            7:00pm -   9:45pm

                                        Weekend Classes
Meets Friday (5pm-10pm), Saturday (8am-5om), and Sunday (8am-5pm) Over Two Alternating Weekends
(Lab classes meet additional hours).
                                        On-Line Classes
These classes are offered based on a semester schedule. There are no class sessions or classroom
orientations. These classes are entirely on-line.

            Additional Classes and Sessions may be offered as needed and available.
                       Sample Schedule Of Courses

                    A.S. Criminal Justice Technology


This Sample Schedule is only a recommendation. However, it will allow a
student to graduate within two (2) years with their A.S. Degree.


         64 Credit Hours are required to graduate with an A.S. Degree



First Semester                                         Second Semester
General Education                  3 Cr                General Education              6 Cr
Introduction to Criminal Justice   3 Cr                Criminal Law                   3 Cr
Introduction to Criminology        3 Cr                Juvenile Delinquency           3 Cr
Introduction to Law Enforcement **                     Constitutional Law             3 Cr
     Or, Intro to Court Systems                        Criminal Justice Electives     3 Cr
     Or, Intro to Corrections                          Total Credit Hours:           18 Cr *
     Or, Intro to Criminalistics   3 Cr
Criminal Justice Electives         3 Cr
Total Credit Hours:              15 Cr *




Third Semester                                         Fourth Semester
General Education                 6 Cr                 General Education              3 Cr
Criminal Evidence                 3 Cr                 Internship                     3 Cr
Careers in Criminal Justice       1 Cr                 Directed Research              3 Cr
Criminal Justice Electives        6 Cr                 Criminal Justice Electives     6 Cr
Total Credit Hours:              16 Cr *               Total Credit Hours            15 Cr *



*   Students can take some classes over the Summer Semester to lessen their workload

** Not all Introduction courses are offered every semester. If the one needed is not offered
during your first semester, it will be offered second semester. Switch a second semester course
with the Introduction course.

*** All Criminal Justice required classes and most electives classes are offered every Fall and
Spring semester. All required classes and selected elective classes are offered during the
summer semester as well.
                        Sample Schedule Of Courses

                      Crime Scene College Certificate


This Sample Schedule is only a recommendation. However, it will allow a
student to graduate within one year with their Certificate.

   28 Credit Hours are required to graduate with a Crime Scene Certificate


Fall Semester - Year 1                                 Spring Semester - Year 1
Introduction to Criminal Justice    3 Cr               Court Present Science Evid     3 Cr
Criminal Evidence                   3 Cr               Advanced Crime Scene Tech      3 Cr
Criminal Investigations             3 Cr               Forensic Photography           3 Cr
Introduction to Criminalistics      3 Cr               Fingerprint Development        2 Cr
Introduction to Crime Scene         3 Cr               Latent Fingerprint Id          2 Cr


Total Credit Hours:                15 Cr *             Total Credit Hours:           13 Cr *


* Students can take some classes over the Summer Semester to lessen their workload during
the other semesters




                 Students enrolling in the Spring Semester


Spring Semester - Year 1                               Fall Semester - Year 2
Introduction to Criminal Justice    3 Cr               Criminal Investigations        3 Cr
Criminal Evidence                   3 Cr               Advanced Crime Scene Tech      3 Cr
Court Present Science Evid          3 Cr               Forensic Photography           3 Cr
Introduction to Criminalistics      3 Cr               Fingerprint Development        2 Cr
Introduction to Crime Scene         3 Cr               Latent Fingerprint Id          2 Cr


Total Credit Hours                 15 Cr *             Total Credit Hours:            13 Cr *


* Students can take some classes over the Summer Semester of the first year to lessen their
  workload during the other semesters
            DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY AND
               CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES
                                           \


                COURSE SELECTION OFFERINGS
                  BASED ON CAREER TRACT


Criminology Track
  Courses offered for an emphasis in Criminology:

     CCJ 1010       Introduction to Criminology*
     CCJ 1488       Ethics in Criminal Justice
     CCJ 2013       Introduction to Victimology
     CCJ 2111       Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior
     CCJ 2191       Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
     CCJ 2600       Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
     CCJ 2610       Introduction to Criminal Typologies
     CCJ 2618       Forensic Psychology
     CCJ 2671       Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
     CCJ 2685       Domestic and Sexual Violence
     CCJ 2720       Introduction to Criminal Justice Research Methods
     CCJ 2934       Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice
     CCJ 2935       Seminar on Criminal Justice Issues
     CJE 2170       Comparative Police & Criminal Justice Systems
     CJE 2614       Serial Killers



Law Enforcement Track
  Courses offered for an emphasis in Law Enforcement:

     CCJ 1488       Ethics in Criminal Justice
     CCJ 2191       Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
     CCJ 2648       Organized Crime
     CCJ 2671       Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
     CJE 1000       Introduction to Law Enforcement**
     CJE 1640       Introduction to Criminalistics**
     CJE 1653       Introduction to Crime Analysis and Intelligence
     CJE 1680       Introduction to Computer Crimes
     CJE 2170       Comparative Police and Criminal Justice Systems
     CJE 2233       Drug Abuse and Crime
     CJE 2300       Police Administration
     CJE 2400       Police Community Relations
     CJE 2600       Criminal Investigations
     CJE 2603       Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court
     CJE 2614       Serial Killers
     CJE 2664       Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis
     CJJ 1002       Juvenile Delinquency*
     CJL 1062       Constitutional Law*
     CJL 1100       Criminal Law*
     CJL 2130       Criminal Evidence*
Pre-Law Track
  Courses offered for an emphasis in Law:

      CCJ 1488      Ethics in Criminal Justice
      CJL 1500      Introduction to Court Systems**
      CJL 1062      Constitutional Law*
      CJL 1070      Legal Rights of Prisoners
      CJL 1100      Criminal Law*
      CJL 2072      Civil Rights and Liability in Criminal Justice
      CJL 2130      Criminal Evidence*
      CJL 2202      Legal Research in Criminal Justice
      CJL 2400      Criminal Court Litigation
      CJL 2610      Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence



Corrections, Probation, and Juvenile Justice Track
  Courses offered for an emphasis in Corrections and Probation:

      CCJ 1488      Ethics in Criminal Justice
      CCJ 2191      Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
      CCJ 2600      Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
      CCJ 2610      Introduction to Criminal Typologies
      CCJ 2618      Forensic Psychology
      CCJ 2671      Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
      CCJ 2685      Domestic and Sexual Violence
      CJC 1000      Introduction to Corrections**
      CJC 2162      Probation and Parole
      CJJ 1002      Juvenile Delinquency*
      CJJ 2004      Juvenile Justice System
      CJL 1062      Constitutional Law*
      CJL 1070      Legal Rights of Prisoners
      CJL 1500      Introduction to the Court System**



Homeland Security Track
  Courses offered for an emphasis in Homeland Security:

      CCJ 1488      Ethics in Criminal Justice
      CCJ 2648      Organized Crime
      CJE 1653      Crime Analysis and Intelligence
      CJE 2664      Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis
      CJL 1062      Constitutional Law*
      DSC1002       Introduction to Terrorism
      DSC1003       Introduction to Homeland Security
      DSC 2033      Introduction to Terrorist Tactics and Weapons
      SCC 1000      Introduction to Private Security
Crime Scene Track
  Courses offered for an emphasis in Crime Scene and Forensics:

      CCJ 1488       Ethics in Criminal Justice
      CCJ 2610       Introduction to Criminal Typologies
      CCJ 2618       Forensic Psychology
      CJE 1640       Introduction to Criminalistics** (Note 1)
      CJE 1642c      Introduction to Crime Scene Technology (Note 1)
      CJE 1643c      Advanced Crime Scene Technology (Note 1)
      CJE 2600       Criminal Investigation (Note 1)
      CJE 2603       Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court
      CJE 2671c      Fingerprint Classification (Note 2)
      CJE 2672c      Latent Fingerprint Development (Note 2)
      CJE 2770c      Forensic Photography (Note 2)
      CJL 1500       Introduction to Court Systems**
      CJL 1610       Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence (Note 1)
      CJL 2130       Criminal Evidence* (Note 1)


      Note 1: Classes Required For Crime Scene Certificate and Electives for
               A.S. and A.A.S. Degree
      Note 2: Classes Required For Crime Scene Certificate but not available
               As Electives for A.S. and A.A.S. Degree



Private Security Track

  Courses offered for an emphasis in Private Security and Investigations:

      CCJ 1488       Ethics in Criminal Justice
      CJL 1100       Criminal Law*
      CJE 2600       Criminal Investigations
      CJE 2603       Investigative Cycle from Crime Scene to Court
      DSC 1003       Introduction to Homeland Security
      SCC1000        Introduction to Private Security
      SCC1001        Introduction to Private Investigations



Social Services Track
  Courses offered for an emphasis in Criminal Justice Social Services:

      CCJ 1488       Ethics in Criminal Justice
      CCJ 2013       Introduction to Victimology
      CCJ 2111       Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior
      CCJ 2191       Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
      CCJ 2600       Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
      CCJ 2610       Introduction to Criminal Typologies
      CCJ 2618       Forensic Psychology
      CCJ 2671       Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
      CJC 2162       Probation and Parole
      CJE 2233       Drug Abuse and Crime
      CJJ 1002       Juvenile Delinquency*
      CJJ 2004       Advanced Juvenile Delinquency
               DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY AND
                  CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES
                        CAREER SPECIALTY TOPICS


Crime Analyst Specialty

        CJE 1653         Crime Analysis and Intelligence
        CJE 2664         Advanced Crime and Intelligence Analysis


Victim Advocate Specialty

        CCJ 2013         Introduction to Victimology
        CCJ 2111         Introduction to Theories of Criminal Behavior
        CCJ 2191         Human Behavior in Criminal Justice
        CCJ 2600         Criminal Deviant Behavior in Society
        CCJ 2610         Introduction to Criminal Typologies
        CCJ 2618         Forensic Psychology
        CCJ 2671         Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice


Computer Forensics Specialty

        CJE 1680         Introduction to Computer Crimes


Special Crimes Specialty

        CCJ 2648         Organized Crime
        CJE 2614         Serial Killers
        CJE 2233         Drug Abuse and Crime


Juvenile Offenders Specialty

        CJJ 1002         Juvenile Delinquency*
        CJJ 2004         Juvenile Justice System




Note:   Classes marked with an asterisk (*) are required for A.S. Degree students Classes marked with a
        double asterisk (**) will meet certain requirements for A.S. Degree students.
             CRIMINAL JUSTICE EMPLOYMENT

A degree in Criminal Justice can be a good beginning in seeking employment in
the field of Criminal Justice.           Criminal Justice generally includes law
enforcement, courts and corrections.         Work in law enforcement can include
sworn* positions such as police officer, deputy sheriff, state trooper, inspector,
investigator, state agent, or special agent. It can also include civilian positions
such as public service aid, community service officer, parking enforcement
officer, or working in police communications as a dispatcher or complaint taker or
working in police records. Crime Scene positions are also part of law
enforcement, including criminalist, forensic specialist, crime scene technician,
identification technician, forensic technologist, and forensic photographer. Code
enforcement is another field within law enforcement. Work in the courts can
include becoming an attorney, court investigator, deputy clerk, process server, or
Bail bond agent. Work in corrections can include both sworn and civilian
positions such as detention deputy, corrections officer, probation officer, parole
officer, and classification specialist. Criminal Justice can include private security,
private investigations, and loss prevention. Juvenile Justice positions include
detention officer, corrections officer, and probation officer.

Please note, however, that some of these employment opportunities do require
additional academic degrees such as a Bachelors Degree or higher.

*Regardless of any degree work completed, in order to be a sworn law
enforcement, corrections, or probation officer in the state of Florida, you must
successfully complete a state mandated training academy such as those offered
by Hillsborough Community College’s Criminal Justice Institute.


     LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY TRAINING

Employment in certain law enforcement positions requires attendance and
successful completion of a training academy program. This is separate and
apart from obtaining a college degree in criminal justice. To be a police officer
requires the completion of a law enforcement academy; to be a corrections
officer or jail deputy requires the completion of a corrections academy; to be a
probation officer requires the completion of a probation academy. In addition,
various other positions require academy training including juvenile justice. In the
case of police officers, students usually attend the academy on their own and
then seek employment, although some agencies do on occasion sponsor
trainees. For all other positions – corrections, probation, and juvenile justice -
persons are hired by an agency and sent through the academy. Hillsborough
Community College’s Criminal Justice Institute offers police, corrections,
probation, and juvenile justice academy training.
DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES
                         PROGRAM FACULTY
          Dr. Michael Reichard            Professor and Program Manager
          Dr. Melynda Neal                Professor
          Cindy Moore, M.A.               Professor
          Theresa Adams, M.S.             Adjunct Professor
          David Aldred, J.D.              Adjunct Professor
          Keith Barry, M.S.               Adjunct Professor
          Jada Bush, M.S.                 Adjunct Professor
          Leo Cadogan, II, M.S.           Adjunct Professor
          Kevin Condon, M.S.              Adjunct Professor
          Michael Cotignola, M.A.         Adjunct Professor
          Edward Croissant, M.A.          Adjunct Professor
          Thomas Cunningham, J.D.         Adjunct Professor
          Rex Curry, J.D.                 Adjunct Professor
          Ronald DaSilva, M.S.            Adjunct Professor
          Lisa DeJordy, M.S.              Adjunct Professor
          Susan Delage, M.S.              Adjunct Professor
          Theresa DeWitt, M.S.            Adjunct Professor
          Mario Ditroia, M.A.             Adjunct Professor
          Dr. Darwin Driggers             Adjunct Professor
          Marsh Amoy Fraser, M.S.         Adjunct Professor
          David Goodman, M.A.             Adjunct Professor
          Lisa Haber, M.S.                Adjunct Professor
          David Hardy, M.A., J.D.         Adjunct Professor
          Judge Walter Heinrich, J.D.     Adjunct Professor
          William Iler, Jr., M.S.         Adjunct Professor
          Caroline Johnson Levine, J.D.   Adjunct Professor
          Richard McCafferty, Jr., M.S.   Adjunct Professor
          O. J. McDonald, M.S.            Adjunct Professor
          James Malone, J.D.              Adjunct Professor
          Kenneth Minton, M.A.            Adjunct Professor
          Robin Patrick Mirk, J.D.        Adjunct Professor
          Dawn Myers, J.D.                Adjunct Professor
          Judge Nick Nazaeretian, J.D.    Adjunct Professor
          Randy Peters, M.Ed., M.S.       Adjunct Professor
          Enrique “Rick” Ramirez, M.A.    Adjunct Professor
          Kim Seace, J.D.                 Adjunct Professor
          Judge Chris Sabella, J.D.       Adjunct Professor
          Judge Chet Tharpe, J.D.         Adjunct Professor
          Phillip Thompson, M.S.          Adjunct Professor
          Amber Warnock, M.S.             Adjunct Professor
          Fitzroy Williams, M.A.          Adjunct Professor
          Jacob Becker, B.A.              Adjunct Technician
          Dale Hyder, B.A.                Adjunct Technician
          Kathleen Kunde, B.A.            Adjunct Technician
              DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY AND
                 CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES
                        FULL TIME FACULTY



DR. MICHAEL T. REICHARD
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
Program Manager, Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies

       Michael Reichard serves as Professor and Program Manager of the
Criminal Justice Undergraduate Studies Program at the Ybor City Campus. He
began his teaching career in 1976 at Miami-Dade Community College’s
Southeast Institute of Criminal Justice. Dr. Reichard began teaching at
Hillsborough Community College in 1981 as an adjunct professor and has taught
here ever since. In addition to serving as Professor and Program Manager of the
Criminal Justice Undergraduate Studies Program, Dr. Reichard also teaches in
the Legal Assisting Program, serves as the Law Professor for the H.C.C.’s
Criminal Justice Institute - Police and Corrections Academy, and coordinates
H.C.C.’s Surety Agent Certification Program. He is a graduate of the University
of Miami School of Law and served as an Assistant State Attorney in both Miami
and Tampa. He has also taught at Pasco-Hernando Community College, St.
Petersburg College, U.S.F., and for the Hillsborough County Schools.



DR. MELYNDA NEAL
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
Faculty, Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies

       Dr. Melynda Neal serves as a Professor with the Criminal Justice Degree
Program at the Ybor City campus. Dr. Neal graduated with a Doctor of Law
Degree in 1995 from Wayne State University Law School. She worked as an
associate attorney for Bradley Frick and Associates in Columbus, Ohio, from
1995 to 1997. From 1998 to 2000, she worked as a staff attorney for Judge
Dana Preisse of the Juvenile Court System in Columbus, Ohio and in 2000 she
worked for the law firm of Chester, Wilcox, and Saxbe. In 2001 she relocated to
Tampa and began teaching at Hillsborough Community College as an adjunct
professor teaching both at Dale Mabry campus and Ybor Campus. She joined
the Program as a full time faculty member in 2006.
MS. CINDY MOORE, M.A.
Instructor of Criminal Justice
Faculty, Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies
       Cindy Moore received her Bachelor’s degree (1993) in Psychology and
Criminology and Master’s degree (1998) in Criminology from USF. She is
currently pursuing a PhD in Psychology. She has extensive teaching experience
and has served as an instructor for various departments on the USF campus as
well as St. Leo College. Her area of specialty is Criminological Theory, Research
Methods, Juvenile Justice, and Criminal Psychology. Ms. Moore has also served
in an administrative capacity at both the University of South Florida and the
Georgia Institute of Technology where she assisted with the development and
implementation of a comprehensive student support and counseling program.




                        ADJUNCT FACULTY

THERESA ADAMS, M.S.

       Theresa Adams is a Crime Laboratory Analyst Supervisor with the Florida
Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), Tampa Bay Regional Operations
Center. She currently supervises the Crime Scene, Digital Evidence, and
Evidence Management Sections. Theresa Adams has been with FDLE for
twenty-two years. Prior to her promotion as Supervisor in 2000, Theresa Adams
was a Senior Crime Laboratory Analyst in the Chemistry and Toxicology
Sections. She analyzed blood and beverages for the presence and amount of
ethyl alcohol and analyzed unknown substances for the presence or absence of
controlled substances. She has also testified in court as an expert witness.
Theresa Adams is currently the President of the Property and Evidence
Association of Florida. She is also a member of the American Society of Crime
Lab Directors. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry from Barry
University and a Master’s Degree in Administration of Justice in Forensic Science
from Virginia Commonwealth University.
DAVID ALDRED, J.D.

        Mr. Aldred is currently a full-time teacher at Wharton High School in
Tampa and is the lead faculty for law-related education. His courses challenge
high school students to “think like lawyers” and expose them to many important
areas of the law including constitutional law, criminal law and procedure, family
law, and consumer protection law. He is the sponsor for Wharton Law, the
student-run extracurricular club and serves as director for the high school mock
trial team. Prior to joining the faculty at Wharton, Mr. Aldred worked an
independent legal and real estate consultant in the telecommunications industry.
His clients included Verizon, Nextel, Sprint, and American Tower Corp. He also
served as an Assistant Public Defender for the 18th Judicial Circuit in Sanford,
FL. Mr. Aldred received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Florida and his
Juris Doctor from the University of Florida College of Law.




KEITH BARRY, M.S.

        Keith Barry is a Law Enforcement Academy Coordinator at HCC’s
Criminal Justice Institute on the Ybor City Campus. Prior to joining HCC in 2006,
he served 24 years in the United States Air Force, retiring at the rank of Master
Sergeant. A career law enforcement officer, he served in a variety of different
capacities to include patrolman, school resource officer, traffic crash investigator,
desk sergeant, breath testing technician, and crime prevention practitioner. He
was the United States Central Command’s physical security expert on a tiger
team sent to conduct assessments of U.S. Embassy facilities throughout
Southwest Asia and the Horn of Africa following the bombing of the Khobar
Towers military complex in Saudi Arabia in 1996. His focus on crime prevention
through environmental design was instrumental in the enhancement of standards
applied to the global protection of military personnel, equipment, and facilities.
His final assignment was as a superintendent overseeing the deployment of Air
and Space Expeditionary Forces in support of the Global War on Terrorism. Mr.
Barry is a graduate of the Air Force’s Senior Noncommissioned Officers
Academy, the National Crime Prevention Institute at the University of Louisville,
and holds an Associate of Applied Sciences Degree in Criminal Justice from the
Community College of the Air Force, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal
Justice and a Master of Science in Criminal Justice (with a concentration in
Critical Incident Management), both from Saint Leo University.
JADA BUSH, M.S.
        Jada Bush graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human
Services. From there, she went on to graduate school at the University at Buffalo
to study social work and then completed a Master's degree program at Nova
Southeastern University where she earned a M.S. in the Criminal Justice
discipline. Ms. Bush has prior experience instructing classes in Criminology,
Criminal Justice Communications, Introduction to Criminal Justice and
Victimology. Her career also includes working in the non-profit, private, local
government and state sectors. Ms. Bush currently works for Hillsborough County
Government in the Criminal Justice division. She has specialized training in crisis
intervention, gangs, substance abuse and mental health. She has extensive
experience working in jail and prison settings with special populations such as
sexual offenders, victims of crime, and offenders with co-occurring mental health
and substance abuse disorders. Ms. Bush is also a member of several criminal
justice related task forces within Hillsborough County.



LEO CADOGAN II, M.S., M.B.A.

       Leo Cadogan served for 22 years in the United States Army retiring at the
rank of Major. He graduated from Auburn University in 2000 with a M.S. in
Justice and Public Safety and from Columbia Southern University in 2010 with an
M.B.A. He has previously taught as an Adjunct Professor of Military Science for
Tuskegee University. Mr. Cadogan has attended numerous specialized schools
during his military service and has been the recipient of the Army Bronze Star
and numerous other medals.




KEVIN CONDON, M.A.
       Kevin Condon is School Resource Deputy with the Hillsborough County
Sheriff’s Office. He has also served as a Detective with the Criminal
Investigations Division. He has spent over 30 years in law enforcement first in the
State of Ohio and now the State of Florida, and has been with the Hillsborough
County Sheriff’s Office since 1989. He is a certified law enforcement instructor
through both the State of Ohio and of Florida. He began teaching in 1981. He is
a graduate of the University of Cincinnati’s Criminal Justice Program with a
Bachelor’s Degree in Police Administration and a Master’s Degree in Criminal
Justice.
MICHAEL COTIGNOLA, M.A.
        Michael Cotignola graduated from the University of South Florida with a
B.A. in Criminology and a M.A. in Criminal Justice Administration. Mr. Cotignola
has worked as a probation and parole officer for the Florida Department of
Corrections since January 1995. He has worked through the ranks as a senior
officer and currently works as a specialist dealing with sex offenders and violent
offenders utilizing. Mr. Cotignola is one of the lead instructors at the H.C.C. Law
Enforcement Academy in the field of defensive tactics and use of force. He
currently serves as the Lead Defensive Tactic Instructor in Tampa for F.D.C.
Probation and Parole and also serves as a firearms instructor. Additionally, he
also teaches at Pasco Hernando Community College defensive tactics and has
taught numerous self-defense classes to civilians and security guards.


ED CROISSANT, M.A.
        Ed Croissant has been a police officer for the City of Tampa, Florida for
almost 16 years and has worked uniform patrol, Community Oriented Policing,
and Street Anti-Crime. He is a police instructor in firearms, weapons of mass
destruction, human diversity, police cycling and general police topics. He is a
member of the American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers, the International
Association for Counterterrorism and Security Professionals and the International
Police Mountain Bike Association. Prior to moving to Tampa he served in the
U.S. Navy on active duty for almost 9 years and he is presently in the U.S. Coast
Guard reserve where he serves as Port Security Specialist Chief Petty Officer.
While serving in the Coast Guard, he has participated in Operation Noble Eagle,
Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Officer Croissant
holds a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology from Saint Leo College and a Master of
Arts in Homeland Security from American Military University.


THOMAS CUNNINGHAM, J.D.

       Tom Cunningham is an attorney in private practice specializing in Criminal
Law and Family Law. He received a B.A. degree in English from the University
of Tampa, a M.Ed. degree in Secondary Education from George Mason
University, and a J.D. degree from New York Law School. While in Law School
he was one of only two law students serving on the New York Law School
Admission Committee. After graduating from College, he taught English for four
years in Virginia. After graduating from law school, he served as an Assistant
Public Defender in Tampa for three years. He has now been in private practice
for over 33 years. He has served on Hillsborough County’s Conflict List, which
is made up of attorneys chosen by local judges to represent indigent arrestees
who cannot be represented by the Public Defender. During his lengthy criminal
law career he has represented defendants charged with everything from
misdemeanors to numerous murder cases.
REX CURRY, J.D.
       Rex Curry is an attorney and is in private practice specializing in criminal
law. He received an A.A. degree from Hillsborough Community College, a B.A.
in Mass Communications from USF, and a J.D. degree from Florida State
University with honors. At FSU he was a member of the Florida State University
Law Review and while at USF he worked as a paid staff writer and columnist for
the Oracle Newspaper. While in private practice, he has served as a He is a
member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Florida
Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and serves on the Board of Directors
of the Hillsborough County Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He is a
former Law Clerk for United States District Judge Everett P. Anderson and
served as an Assistant Public Defender and as a Certified Legal Intern with
Florida Rural Legal Services. Mr. Curry is a sixth-generation Floridian whose
predecessors settled Key West.


RONALD DASILVA, M.S.
        Ronald DaSilva is currently an Academic Advisor at Hillsborough
Community College. Prior to coming to HCC, Mr. DaSilva was the Chief of Police
in Coventry, Rhode Island. He served with the Coventry Police Department from
1988 until his retirement in January of 2011. He served as a Patrol Officer,
Crime Scene Detective, Sergeant, Lieutenant and ultimately Chief of Police.
Ronald also served in an Emergency Management capacity in Coventry since
2003 and became Emergency Management Director in 2009. He was an Adjunct
Faculty member at the University of Rhode Island/State Crime Lab from 1998-
2003 and an Academic Advisor and Adjunct Faculty at Roger Williams University
(Bristol, RI) from 2003-2011. He holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of
Science in Administration of Justice from Salve Regina University, Newport, RI.


LlSA DEJORDY, M.S.
       Lisa DeJordy serves as an Assistant Director at Nova Southeastern
University at their Tampa Campus. She is also a Doctoral student at Nova in
Conflict Analysis and Resolution with a concentration in Conflict and Crisis
Management. In addition to working full time at Nova, Ms. DeJordy is also a
Board member of Tampa Bay Higher Education Alliance (TBHEA), an
Ambassador of Greater Brandon Chamber of Commerce, a chair person for
Hillsborough County Early Childhood/Early Head-Start Professional Development
Committee, as well as a sworn volunteer of Hillsborough County Guardian Ad
Litem program. On an academic level, Ms. DeJordy holds a Masters degree in
Criminal Justice from Nova Southeastern University with a specialization in
Behavioral Forensics. She is a member of Omega Tau/Alpha Phi Sigma National
Criminal Justice Honor Society. She also holds a Masters degree in Computer
Information Systems from University of Phoenix and has completed course
requirements in the Master of Arts in Psychology program with National-Louis
University. She has been teaching as an adjunct instructor since 2003 with
several local colleges and universities.
SUSAN DELANGE, M.S.
       Ms. Delage is a Latent Fingerprint Examiner with the Tampa Police
Department, apposition she has held for the past 4.5 years. Prior to her current
position, she was a Crime Scene Technician for 15 years with the Tampa Police
Department. Susan is a graduate of St. Leo University with a Bachelor’s Degree
in Criminology and a Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice. She has
taken over 500 hours of specialized training courses in the disciplines of crime
scene investigations and fingerprint examination and also serves as an instructor
at the police academy and has been an expert witness in the area of fingerprint
examination and comparison.


THERESA DEWITT, M.S.
       Ms. Dewitt is a Crime Scene Investigator with the Hillsborough County
Sheriff’s Office. Prior to joining H.C.S.O., she served as a Crime Scene
Investigator with the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office. She has an Associate’s
Degree in Crime Scene Technology from St. Petersburg College, a Bachelor’s
Degree in Anthropology from the University of Florida, and a Masters Degree in
Pharmacy with an Emphasis in Forensics from the University of Florida. She also
received a post-baccalaureate certificate from U.F. in Forensic Death
Investigations. She has taken specialized courses in such areas as Advanced
Latent Print Development, Blood Detection, Buried Bodies and Surface
Skeletons, Bloodstain Pattern Interpretation, and Forensic Death Investigation.
She co-authored: "Salary Study of Civilian Crime Scene Units at Sheriffs' Offices
in the State of Florida" published in May/June 2004 issue of the IAI's Journal of
Forensic Identification.


MARIO DITROIA, M.A.
       Mario DiTroia is a Correctional Probation Specialist for the Florida
Department of Corrections since 1989. Mr. DiTroia also works as an adjunct
instructor for Hillsborough Community College and Pasco Hernando Community
College. His areas of expertise include Community Corrections, Defensive
Tactics, and Vehicle Operations. Prior to his current position, he worked on the
United States Marshals Service Fugitive Apprehension Task Force. Raised in
Holtsville, New York, Mr. DiTroia graduated from Hofstra University in 1988 with
a B.A. in Political Science, and earned his M.A. in Criminal Justice Administration
from the University of South Florida in 2008.
DR. DARWIN DRIGGERS
Faculty Advisor, Criminal Justice Student Association
        Dr. Darwin Driggers serves as a Adjunct Professor with the Criminal
Justice Degree Program at the Ybor City campus and as the Faculty Advisor for
our Criminal Justice Student Association . He formerly served as a Correctional
Services Consultant with the Florida Department of Corrections, and had been
with FDOC since May of 1978. During his career, he had served as a
Correctional Probation Officer, Court Officer, Court Case Co-Coordinator, and
Correctional Services Assistant Administrator, where he was responsible for the
training for all certified probation officers in Hillsborough County. He also was a
member of the Department’s Post Trauma Support Team, which offered
counseling to staff members who have been through an immediate crisis event.
He earned a Masters of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Nova/
Southeastern University and a Doctorate in Counseling/ Psychology from The
University of Sarasota (University of Chicago). He has taught Sociology/ Family
and Marriage here at HCC and has also taught at the International Academy and
for the Hillsborough County Board of Public Instruction.


MARSHA AMOY FRASER, M.S.
       Marsha Amoy Fraser is a doctoral student in Criminology at the University
of South Florida. Her foci are sex offending, child maltreatment, cultural violence
and juvenile delinquency. She holds a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from
Florida International University and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from
Barry University. She has extensive experience in the field of Criminal Justice.
She prefers to work with the rehabilitation of offenders, targeting sex offenders,
juvenile offenders, and premeditated murderers. She has extensive experience in
teaching online and in person. She currently teaches at HCC’s MacDill AFB
center in addition to Ybor Campus.


DAVID GOODMAN, M.A.

       David Goodman is a Captain with the Tampa Police Department and
heads the Strategic Investigations Bureau overseeing the department’s major
drug and gang investigations. With his combined 28-years of law enforcement
experience between the Tampa Police Department and Scarborough Maine
Police Department, Captain Goodman has a diverse background. Most recently,
he served as a ROC Lieutenant reducing crime in North Tampa. He also
managed the Field Training Officer Evaluation Program in his district. As a
sergeant, Goodman developed the Department’s first Economic Crimes Unit. He
also served as a sergeant over the School Resource Officers in Middle and High
Schools and has served in all three patrol districts as a detective, Field Training
Officer, Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Investigator. Captain Goodman will
also command the Bicycle Rapid Response Team for the upcoming Republican
National Convention. Captain Goodman holds a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal
Justice from the University of Southern Maine and a Master of Arts in Justice
Administration from Norwich University in Vermont.
LISA HABER, M.S.
       Lisa Haber has been a law enforcement deputy with the Hillsborough
County Sheriff’s Office for the past eighteen years, and currently serves as the
Law Enforcement Coordinator and Program Director for the Crime Stoppers of
Tampa Bay and Campus Crime Stoppers of Hillsborough County programs.
During her tenure, she has also served as a Crime Prevention Deputy, Field
Training Officer, Child and Elderly Abuse Investigator, and Assistant Public
Information Officer. Detective Haber is a graduate of Saint Leo University,
having earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice and a Master of
Science degree in Criminal Justice Administration. Detective Haber has also
completed over six hundred hours of specialized, law enforcement training during
her tenure with the Sheriff’s Office.


DAVID HARDY, M.A., J.D.
       David C. Hardy received his Bachelor’s Degree from Providence College
in 1989, his Master’s Degree in Education from Boston College in 1992, and his
law degree from Suffolk University Law School in 2000. He has taught GED,
ESL, and violence prevention to inmates at the Suffolk County House of
Correction in Boston, MA and high school and middle school social studies and
Spanish. Mr. Hardy served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Honduras, Central
America where he trained hundreds of police officers and Justices of the Peace
on legal reforms and assisted local governments draft new laws. After working
in a law firm that specialized in personal injury law, Mr. Hardy served as an
Assistant State Attorney in Tampa. He is a graduate of the Florida Prosecuting
Attorneys’ Association’s DUI Course and the National District Attorneys’
Association’s Trial Practice Course. In 2010, the Florida Bar designated Mr.
Hardy as a Board Certified Expert in the area of Criminal Trial Law.


JUDGE WALTER HEINRICH, J.D.
       Judge Heinrich is a Tampa native and alumnus of Robinson High School.
He achieved his AA degree from Polk Community College, BA degree from
University of South Florida and J.D. degree from South Texas College of Law
(1976). He served as an Assistant State Attorney for the 13th Judicial Circuit
from 1976 to 1981 and practiced as a private attorney for the Law Firm de la
Parte and Gilbert from 1981 to 1988. He was elected a Hillsborough County
Judge in 1988 and has been re-elected unopposed thereafter. Since 1988 he
has served as the Criminal First Presentation Judge and Administrative Judge for
Criminal Emergency Division O. He has been a guest lecturer for the
Conference of County Court Judges and the Hillsborough County Bar
Association. He has served as an instructor and coordinator for the Mentor
Training of new judges. In 2006 he received the prestigious “Robert Patton
Outstanding Jurist Award”.
WILLIAM ILER, M.S.
        William B. Iler, Jr., is the owner and president of Iler & Associates, Inc.,
providing private investigations and corporate security. Prior, he was the
corporate security manager for TECO Energy and managed security, criminal
and internal investigations, and physical security for the company in the U.S. and
Central America and served as the company’s liaison to local, state, federal, and
judicial agencies and U.S. Embassy staff and international security consultants.
He served for 20 years with the Tampa Police Department, where he was a
supervisor, worked homicides, vice control, Organized Crime, and developed the
Street Anti-Crime and Undercover Surveillance Unit. He has also instructed at
the Police Academy and other local Universities. Mr. Iler is a retired Lieutenant
Commander of the U.S. Naval Reserve and served in Intelligence and Security
and as an anti-terrorism training officer. He earned a Master of Science degree
in Criminal Justice from Rollins College, a Bachelor of Arts in Social & Behavioral
Sciences from USF, and an Associates degree in Police Science from H.C.C.


CAROLINE JOHNSON LEVINE, J.D.
       Caroline Johnson Levine serves as an Assistant Attorney General
assigned to the Office of the Attorney General's Civil Litigation Bureau and
provides trial and appellate civil litigation defense of State Agencies and State
employees in State and Federal Court against Plaintiff’s law suits in the 35
counties that comprise the United States Middle District. She received her
Bachelor’s Degree from Florida Atlantic University and her Law Degree from
Florida State University. From 2000 until 2010, she worked as an Assistant State
Attorney conducting jury trials against criminal defendants involving serious
felony crimes. She worked closely with law enforcement officers in order to
investigate crimes and provide legal advice prior to making charging decisions to
include being on call on a twenty-four hour basis to approve arrest and search
warrants.


RICHARD McCAFFERTY, JR., M.S.
       Mr. McCafferty is a retired Special Agent of the U.S. Naval Criminal
Investigative Service (NCIS). During his NCIS career, Mr. McCafferty conducted
and supervised criminal, counterintelligence and counterterrorism investigations
at home and in many foreign countries.             Most recently, he conducted
counterterrorism investigations in Kuwait and conducted interrogations of
detained terrorists at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Mr. McCafferty is also retired
from the U.S. Air Force Reserves after 28 years of active and reserve duty,
including four years as a police officer in the USAF Security Police and 24 years
as a Special Agent with the U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations. Mr.
McCafferty also teaches criminal justice courses for Saint Leo University. He
earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in history, in 1978 from Saint Leo University
and a Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Troy University, in
1982, with honors.
O. J. McDONALD, M.S.

       O.J. McDonald has been employed with the Pinellas County Sheriff’s
Office as a Detention Deputy for over 10 years. In the past he has been
assigned to the Healthcare Division, but he is currently assigned to South
Division where maximum security inmates are housed. He began his career in
secure detention in his hometown of Ocala, Florida with the Marion Regional
Juvenile Detention Center. Deputy McDonald earned his Masters of Science in
Criminal Justice Administration and his undergraduate degree from Saint Leo
University. He is also an Florida Department of Law Enforcement General,
Firearm and a DGG Taser instructor.


JAMES MALONE, J.D.

       James J. Malone was born and raised in the city of Norfolk, in the
Hampton Roads area of Virginia. He attended Norview High School in Norfolk.
He received his A.A. in Liberal Arts from Tidewater Community College and his
B.A. in Political and Legal Philosophy from Old Dominion University, both in
Norfolk, VA. He graduated from St. Thomas University School of Law, where he
earned book awards in both Jurisprudence and American Legal History. Mr.
Malone has taught Business Law, Pre-G.E.D./Basic Adult Education, and
College Success Skills at Tidewater Community College in Norfolk, VA.



KENNETH MINTON, Ed.D., M.A.

       Kenneth Minton is a retired Deputy Sheriff from the Hillsborough County
Sheriff’s Office, where he served 18 years as a Law Enforcement Deputy, Field
Training Officer, and Crime Scene Detective and remains a Reserve 1 Deputy.
He formerly served in the U.S. Army, including 14 years as a Special Agent with
the Criminal Investigations Division and 8 years with Military Intelligence, retiring
with the rank of Chief Warrant Officer 3. He is a current Adjunct Instructor with
Saint Leo University, as well as Hillsborough Community College and previously
was on the Adjunct Staff of the University of Maryland and Central Texas
College. He has an Associate in Arts in Law Enforcement and Bachelor of
Science in Sociology from the University of Maryland and a Master of Arts in
Criminal Justice from John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY). In 2011, he
was awarded a Doctorate in Education (Instructional Leadership, with a
Concentration in Higher Education), by Argosy University.
ROBIN PATRICK MIRK, J.D.
       Mr. Mirk is a retired attorney. He grew up in New Jersey, and received his
B.S. in Secondary Education from Kutztown State College in Pennsylvania in
1971. His major was earth and space science. After teaching one year of high
school science, he entered into active military duty. Upon discharge he settled in
Atlanta, GA, earning a Master of Arts for teachers in geography from Georgia
State University in 1975. Mr. Mirk then was hired by the Veterans Administration,
where he worked until 1979 when he entered law school at Emory University,
receiving his J.D. in 1982. Mr. Mirk practiced law for 29 years, retiring in 2011.
Since 2006, Mr. Mirk has been an adjunct instructor at Florida Metropolitan
University and Everest University teaching legal studies and criminal justice.


DAWN MYERS, J.D.
       Dawn Myers is a Tampa native and alumnus of Armwood High School.
She achieved her Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies with a minor in Criminal
Justice from the University of Central Florida. She went on to attain her J.D. from
Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale. She is currently an Assistant
State Attorney for Hillsborough County. Ms. Myers’ career at the State Attorney’s
Office has included assignments in Domestic Violence, Traffic, and Misdemeanor
divisions, and as a Lead Trial Attorney in the Sexual Offender Division. She is
currently serving as Lead Trial Attorney in Felony Division D and has tried over
50 jury trials ranging from Misdemeanor DUI’s to First Degree Murder and has
worked with the FDLE in training analysts to testify regarding DNA.


JUDGE NICK NAZARETIAN, J.D.
       Judge Nick Nazaretian is a Circuit Judge with the 13th Judicial Circuit in
Hillsborough County, Florida. He was born in Birmingham, Alabama in 1960 but
raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. He attended the University of Alabama, 1979-1982,
then transferred to the University of South Florida where he double majored in
Criminal Justice and Marketing. Upon graduation in 1985, Judge Nazaretian
enrolled in Nova Southeastern Law School in Ft. Lauderdale, graduated in 1987,
and began working at the the Pinellas-Pasco Public Defender's office. In 1990,
he began working at the Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office. In both
offices, he worked on Death Penalty cases. In 2000, he spent one year in private
practice and was appointed as a Hillsborough County Court Judge in November
of 2001. In December of 2011, he was elevated to the Circuit Court. Judge
Nazaretian is Board Certified in Criminal Trial law by the Florida Bar. He teaches
at the Florida Judicial College for all new Judges and is a certified mentor for all
new Judges in Hillsborough County. The Judge's teaching career as an Adjunct
professor spans over the past 22 years. Besides teaching at HCC Ybor City
Campus, he has lectured or taught at Stetson law School, University of South
Florida, University of Tampa and various other local Universities over the past 20
years. The Judge has an expression he likes to tell students, "From the
Courtroom to the Classroom". The students enjoy his real court stories and his
experience in the Criminal Justice system for the past 25 years.
RANDY PETERS, M.Ed., M.S.
       Randy Peters is a Tampa Native and graduate of Tampa Bay Vocational
Technical High School. After high school, he served in the United States Navy
including a deployment in Operation Desert Storm. Afterwards, he attended
Hillsborough Community College receiving an Associates of Arts degree. Mr.
Peters joined The Tampa Police Department in 1996 and worked various
assignments including as a detective in the criminal intelligence and narcotics
bureaus and assignments with the Q.U.A.D. squad, street crimes, X-Ray squad
and the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task force and currently is a patrol sergeant. Mr.
Peters received his Bachelors degree from the University of South Florida in
Communications and a Masters Degree in Adult Education and Leadership
Development. He received a second Master Degree in Criminal Justice from
Saint Leo University, specializing in Managing Critical Incidents. He has also
taken career development courses including advanced narcotics investigations
(D.E.A.), interview and interrogation, and criminal gang investigation (Atlanta).




ENRIQUE “RICK” RAMIREZ, M.A.
       Rick Ramirez is the Special Agent In-Charge (SAC) for the Florida
Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), Tampa Bay Region. Mr. Rick Ramirez
was the Assistant Special Agent In-Charge (ASAC) prior to receiving his
promotion in October, 2011. During his tenure, he was assigned as an Inspector
for the Office of Executive Investigations in Tallahassee covering Internal Affairs
and Public Corruption. Prior to FDLE, he was with the Volusia County Sheriff’s
Office where he served as a Deputy Patrolman and investigator for the Special
Investigations Unit which included narcotics, vice, and major violent crimes
investigations. He served as an active duty member for both the United States
Navy and United States Army for several years. He is a member of the Latino
Officers Association of Florida, Florida Homicide Investigators Association, and
the Tampa Bay Area Chief of Police Association where he is a member of the
Board of Directors. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational
Management from Warner Southern College and a Master’s Degree in Criminal
Justice Administration from the U.S.F.
JUDGE CHRISTOPHER SABELLA, J.D.
       Judge Christopher Sabella is a Circuit Judge with the 13th Judicial Circuit.
Judge Sabella is a Tampa native and an alumnus of Jesuit High School. He
received his Bachelor of Science Degree from Florida State University where he
majored in Psychology. Upon graduation in 1989, Judge Sabella enrolled in
Stetson Law School, received his J.D. Degree in 1992, and began working for
the Hillsborough County Sheriff as legal counsel. In 1996, Judge Sabella was
appointed as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Middle District of Florida
where he handled civil and criminal asset forfeiture cases and prosecuted federal
criminal cases. In 1998, Judge Sabella returned to the Hillsborough County
Sheriff’s Office as the Deputy Chief Legal Advisor. Judge Sabella has conducted
training to thousands of state and federal law enforcement officers through the
Multi-Jurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force in the areas of conspiracy
prosecutions, courtroom testimony and constitutional law. In 2004, Judge Sabella
was appointed as the Florida Association of Police Attorneys representative to
the Governor’s Task Force on Law Enforcement Use of Deadly Force. Judge
Sabella was a subject matter expert on the FDLE committee that developed the
state mandated curriculum for the “Investigation and Supervision of Officer
Involved Shootings.” While working for the Sheriff, Judge Sabella defended both
the agency and individual officers in civil rights and other law enforcement-
related liability cases in State and Federal Court, including serving as the lead
attorney defending the agency in the aftermath of the Sabrina Aisenberg missing
baby case. In addition to defending the civil lawsuit, Judge Sabella supervised
several detectives conducting the on-going investigation and following new leads
in the disappearance of Sabrina Aisenberg. In July 2010, Judge Sabella was
recognized by Tampa Bay Magazine as Tampa Bay’s Top Lawyer in Law
Enforcement. The Judge has also instructed at the Law Enforcement Academy.


KIM SEACE, J.D.
       Kim Seace is a Tampa Bay area native and alumnus of Leto High School.
She achieved her BA degree Cum Laude from University of South Florida in
1988 and Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from Stetson College of Law in
1992. She served as an Assistant State Attorney for the 13th Judicial Circuit from
1992 to 2008. During her sixteen years serving our community as an Assistant
State Attorney, she worked her way up the ranks becoming a Felony Division
Chief in 2000. From 2004-2008 she was the Chief of the Traffic Homicide
Division, a division she created. Ms. Seace has litigated over 100 Jury Trials and
350 Non-Jury Trials during her career. Many of her homicide trials received
national media attention and in 2007 she was featured on an episode of Forensic
Files. In 2007 Ms. Seace was awarded the MADD Florida Prosecutor of the Year
Award for her outstanding performance in the courtroom and dedication to the
legal profession. In 2008, she left the State Attorney's Office to fulfill the dream
of creating her own law practice. She now manages a sole practice which
focuses on Criminal Defense with emphasis on the defense of Traffic Homicide
cases. She has previously served as an Adjunct Professor here at HCC in
our Paralegal Program teaching Legal Research and Writing.
JUDGE CHET THARPE, J.D.

       Judge Tharpe graduated from South Texas College of Law in
1982. Judge Tharpe worked with the Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office
for approximately five years and served as Division Chief for the Plant City Office
during that time. He then worked as a sole practitioner for approximately three
and one-half years, handling family, criminal defense, and personal injury cases.
Judge Tharpe was invested as a Circuit Judge in January of 1991. His first
assignment was to the Family Law Division for 17 months. He was then
assigned to the Juvenile Division from 1992 to 1995, and the Criminal Justice
Division from 1995 to 2006. In March 2006, he was assigned to a specialized
division handling sex and child abuse offenses. He then worked in the East
Circuit Division and then the Family Law Division. Presently, Judge Tharpe is
assigned to the Criminal Justice Division handling sex offender and child abuse
cases. Has been a member of the Board of Governors for Shriner’s Children’s
Hospital since 2002, and was elected chairman of the Board in December, 2008.


PHILLIP THOMPSON, M.S.

       Mr. Thompson is a retired Police Chief from the Dade City Police
Department where he served twenty years as Police Chief in his hometown. Mr.
Thompson is a thirty four year veteran of law enforcement and he was also
employed by the Brooksville Police Department, the Hillsborough County
Sheriff’s Office and the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office. Mr. Thompson is also an
Adjunct Instructor in Criminal Justice for Saint Leo University. He earned a
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminology in 2001 from Saint Leo University and a
Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Saint Leo University in 2006.



AMBER WARNOCK, M.S.

        Amber Warnock has been a Criminal Intelligence Analyst with the
Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office since 2009. Prior to her move to Florida, Ms.
Warnock was the sole Crime Analyst for the Suffolk Police Department and an
instructor of the department’s post-academy. In April 2009, she was awarded the
Analyst of the Quarter by the Virginia Crime Analysis Network. She holds
Bachelors of Art in Criminal Justice and Psychology from St. Leo University
where she graduated Cum Laude and was featured in Who’s Who Among
American College Students, and a Master’s of Science in Criminal Justice. She
also maintains professional memberships with the International Association of
Crime Analysts (IACA) and the International Association of Law Enforcement
Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA).
FITZROY WILLIAMS, M.A.
       Fitzroy G. Williams, Sr. is a Child Abuse Investigator with the Pasco
County Sheriff’s Office. Prior to that position, he was a Senior Juvenile Detention
Officer with the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. Prior to his moving to
Florida from the United States Virgin Islands, he had worked in the field of Law
Enforcement for over 30 years. In 2002, he retired from the Virgin Islands
Housing Authority Police as Chief. Mr. Williams graduated in 1978 with a
Masters Degree in Criminology from Indiana State University. He is also a
graduate from the FBI National Academy and the Delinquency Control Institute
from the University of Southern California. Mr. Williams had taught as a Criminal
Justice part-time instructor from 1979-2002 at the University of the Virgin Islands.



               ADJUNCT CRIME SCENE
           AND LABORATORY TECH FACULTY

JACOB BECKER, B.A.
       Mr. Becker is a Crime Scene Investigator with the Hillsborough County
Sheriff’s Office. Prior to his current position, he served as a Child Protection
Specialist with the Manatee Sheriff's Office. Mr. Becker has a Certificate in
Crime Scene Technology from St. Petersburg College and a Bachelor’s Degree
in Anthropology and a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology both from the University
of South Florida. He has taken specialized courses in such areas as Advanced
Latent Print Development, Blood Detection, Buried Bodies and Surface
Skeletons, and Bloodstain Pattern Interpretation. He co-authored: "Salary Study
of Civilian Crime Scene Units at Sheriffs' Offices in the State of Florida"
published in May/June 2004 issue of the IAI's Journal of Forensic Identification.


DALE HYDER, B.A.
       Lloyd D Hyder has been a Deputy Sheriff with the Hillsborough County
Sheriff’s Office for the past 16 years and is presently assigned to investigate DUI,
DUI serious bodily injuries and fatalities. He has spent over 28 years in Law
Enforcement and is a former member of the Tampa Police and the Los Angeles
Police Departments. Deputy Hyder is certified by the International Association of
Chiefs of Police as a Drug Recognition Expert (one of approximately 5000 in the
U.S.) and a Drug Recognition Expert Instructor (one of approximately 500 in the
world). He is a certified drug recognition expert in both misdemeanor and the
felony courts of the 13th Judicial Circuit. He possesses a Bachelor of Science
Degree in Criminal Justice and is presently working on his Masters Degree in
Criminal Justice. Deputy Hyder has been an instructor for H.C.C. for the past 14
years in the area of Law Enforcement.
KATHLEEN KUNDE, B.A.
       Ms. Kunde has been a Crime Scene Technician with the Tampa Police
Department for over 23 years. Prior to this position, she was a Deputy for the
Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office for two years. Kathy has a Bachelor’s degree
in Education, specializing in English and Speech from the University of South
Florida. She has taken over 440 hours of specialized crime scene courses and
has over 23 years of fingerprint experience. Kathy has also been an instructor at
the police academy for over 16 years in the area of crime scene and fingerprints.




NOTE: This guide does not constitute a contract or commitment on the part of the College, Criminal
Justice Technology Program, faculty members or staff. Changes to schedules and courses as well
as other program revisions may occur. Additionally, the hours and course work described herein
are the minimums required as of this date. Additional preparatory courses may be necessary in
reading, writing, or mathematics, depending on your placement test scores.




Prepared by:
Dr. Michael T. Reichard
Professor and Program Manager
Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies
HCC Ybor City Campus




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