Welcome to Daymar Institute
I applaud your decision to obtain a higher education and want to be a supporter of your academic achievements. Criminal Justice is my forte' and you will learn from my twenty years of Law Enforcement Experience. You can monitor your progress on Engrade and Portal. Also, ProQuest has a list of Criminal Justice Journals to help you with any research papers or academic reading. CJ Rules!
Crime Analysis W1
An introduction to the basic methods used in analyzing data from criminal justice agencies, including temporal and spatial analysis of crime patterns, calculation of crime rates, descriptive analyses of victim and offender characteristics, recidivism, and the identification of offense typologies. Students get hands-on experience coding, analyzing, interpreting, and presenting crime data from a number of sources like police homicide reports, the FBI, Department of Corrections, and attitudinal surveys.
Criminal Investigations W5
This course reinforces and strengthens the students’ acquired skill levels pertaining to criminal investigations. Protocol and procedures involving crime scene investigations and interrogations are emphasized.
Criminal Law F1
This course surveys basic principles of criminal law including rights of the accused, certain constitutional issues, and the relationship of practices of the law office with those issues.
Introduction to Law & Paralegal Studies R1
This course gives a general prospective of the legal system and the role of the paralegal within the system with regard to structure of the court system, administrative agencies, private law firms, and the public sector.
Punishment & Corrections T1
This course is an overview of theories of punishment as they relate to the various treatment and rehabilitation policies and practices that affect offenders in institutional and community settings. Specific approaches being examined include mandatory sentencing laws, offender education programs, institutional and community drug treatment programs, boot camps, house arrest, intensive supervision probation, work release, and community work service.
George Frogge, MCJ