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Course Information

This class introduces students to the field of Crime Analysis including the five steps in the data analysis process: data collection, collation, analysis, dissemination and feedback/evaluation. You will be introduced to sources of criminal justice information. You will learn to collect general and specific crime data, create data tracking matrices, use data to determine the emergence of new crime problems, and prepare basic charts, graphs, and crime and intelligence analysis reports. You will also learn techniques to properly communicate findings to law enforcement agencies.

1 Course sections available Please note: Note: Click on the schedule number (i.e. E125-11103) to view more course information.
Schedule # Days Date Time Location Fee Register
E197-22044 Sat 10/05/19-10/12/19 9:00am-4:00pm SGMH 2405 $365.00 Add to Cart
Instructor: S. Sullivan, B.A. from UCLA, Retired after a 30 yearcareer in Crime and Intelligence Analysis. 20 of those years have been spent teaching for the Department of Justice, and for CSUF, Extention and International Programs

Unit(s): 1.2
Notes:
Please be advised that a username and password will be required in order to access course materials posted in TITANium for this course. If you have never logged into the CSUF Portal, you must log in with your CWID and temporary PIN# at http://my.fullerton.edu to create your CSUF Portal account prior to the first day of class. This process will allow you to create a CSUF username and password. Please click on the "Current Student Resources" tab and then "Program and Course Policies" and "Computer Access" for more information. If you have any questions, please contact EIP Student Services at (657) 278-2611.

Required -Crime Analysis: First Report to Final Arrest (ISBN 9780963477309); and Crime Analysis: First Report to Final Arrest: Study Guide and Workbook (ISBN 9780963477354). Please purchase required textbooks online, in advance of the class. **Please be advised that reading assignments will be emailed to students 2 weeks before the start of class.  Should you have any questions, please contact Makeda Seyoum at 657-278-8392 or at mseyoum@fullerton.edu.**