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Author(s): Coy Johnston
Crime Control Policies is an interactive program that teaches key components of crime analysis and problem solving in a 16-module series. Each 30-minute module contains a video, an application exercise, and an assessment. The videos were created using advanced animation to enhance student engagement. The non-graded application exercises are a mix of games, quizzes, and deep thinking activities to prepare the students for the graded assessments. The five-question assessments are auto-graded and transfer automatically to the grade book.
Author(s): Kelley Christopher
Recommended as a companion text in lower-level criminal justice and criminology courses, Filling in the Gaps offers a contextual examination of race, sex, culture, and class within the criminal justice system. Going beyond mere understanding of the process of sentencing and punishment, this text allows students to critically assess how experiences of punishment differ for individual within a biased and often prejudicial system.