Lincoln College

Undergraduate Catalog 2013-1014: Lincoln College


CRM 110: Criminal Justice Administration (CRJ 901)

Credits: 3:0:3
This course is a survey of how the American criminal justice system operates from the moment an individual is arrested through incarceration and parole.

CRM 137: Security Management

Credits: 3:0:3
Security Management will focus on the general principles of the organizational structure required in the private security field. This course will review the importance of risk management and its function in private security.

CRM 204: Police and Law Enforcement Practices

Credits: 3:0:3
This course discusses administrative police problems at the national, state, and local levels. Focus for the course will also be jurisdiction, personal standards, laboratory resources, techniques and procedures, and police records systems. Field work may be included.

CRM 205: Corrections (CRJ 911)

Credits: 3:0:3
This course is an introduction and survey course in corrections, philosophy, theory, and history of correction. The course will discuss present day correctional institutions and their organization, as well as a study of correctional treatment. The course will include field work or a description of practical application of theories.
Prerequisite: CRM 110

CRM 206: Juvenile Delinquency

Credits: 3:0:3
This course is a review of the social and personal factors in juvenile delinquency as well as the relationship of disorganized areas of development and control of juvenile delinquency. Field work may be included.

CRM 212: Criminalistics

Credits: 3:0:3
The course covers a detailed look at crime scenes and investigation. The course will also cover techniques which are utilized in solving crimes. Students will have some practical hands-on experience in basic finger printing.

CRM 213: Fundamentals of Criminal Investigation

Credits: 3:0:3
The course examines the role of criminal investigators in law enforcement. It will introduce the student to the investigative techniques performed by criminal investigators. Crime scene examination, evidence collection, interview and interrogation process, and preparation of a completed investigation for prosecution will also be discussed.