Course Number: SHSS 3224 (3.6 CEUs/36 Hours)
Acquaints you with the basic research and statistical principles used in crime analysis. Learn the concepts involved in research design, content analysis, sampling, survey techniques and statistical methods. Learn how to conduct research and write conclusions using commonly accepted research standards. You will also learn how to prepare law enforcement study, grant, and administrative documents.
Crime Analysis Applications
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Course part of: Crime and Intelligence Analysis Certificate
No Class Meeting(s): 01/13/2018, 01/14/2018
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There are no textbooks required.