CMRJ306 Criminal Investigation (3 semester hours)

This course is an analytical examination of crime detection and solution, including such topics as crime scene procedures, physical evidence, interviews, field notes and reporting, follow-up investigation, interrogation, and rules of evidence. Specific detail is given to investigations involving homicide, sex-related offenses, and crimes against children, robbery, larceny, vehicle thefts, computer crime, environmental crime, arson, and drug abuse. There is an in depth analysis of investigation methodologies addressing inductive and deductive reasoning to assess the decision making process to solve crimes.

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice - Momentum


...and Incarceration CMRJ308 - Ethics in Criminal Justice CMRJ306 - Criminal Investigation CMRJ205 - Rape and Sexual Violence...