Tell me what you learned this semester; tell me what you learned about policing, law and the courts, and corrections from history to today and how it might change in the future. Talk about how the due process and crime control models have impacted changes. Tell me how what you learned would apply to a possible future career (even if you don’t go into CJ!).
Tell me what you thought about the course, from the book to the videos to the topics to the assignments. Be honest; I’m not judging based on what you say. Constructive feedback is always helpful. Tell me how you managed (or didn’t) in the middle of the semester with your other classes and all that has been going on. Tell me about your experience in the CJS department, if you want. Use this as a place to reflect on all of the good work you’ve done!
This should be at least 3 FULL pages, not including any header or question information. The discussion about what you learned in class and how it would apply should be at least 2 FULL pages of that.
so for this class some of the things that we learned is here. YOU CAN MENTION SOME OF THESE THINGS WE LEARNED HERE
From Customs to Codes: Crime and Criminal Justice in the Ancient WorldCode of HammurabiMosaic LawRoman Law
Crime and Criminal Justice: English AntecedentsAnglo-Saxon EnglandNorman England
Crime and Criminal Justice in Early AmericaVirginia and the southern coloniesMassachusetts and the New England coloniesPennsylvania and the Mid-Atlantic colonies Colonial law enforcementColonial correctionsColonial correctionsCapital PunishmentColonial violence
Crime and Criminal Justice in Revolutationary TimesLawgiversLaw enforcementCorrectionsCrime and Punishment
Crime and Criminal Justice in Antebellum AmericaLawgiversLaw EnforcementCorrectionsJuvenile InstitutionsCrime and Punishment
Crime and Punishment in the Progressive EraLawgiversLaw enforcementCorrectionsCrime and Punishment
Crime and Criminal Justice in the Crisis DecadesLawgiversLaw enforcementCorrectionsCrime and Punishment
Crime and Criminal Justice at MidcenturyLawgiversLaw enforcementCorrectionsCrime and Punishment
Crime and the Nationalization of Crriminal Justice LawgiversLaw enforcementCorrectionsCrime and Punishment
Crime and Criminal Justice at the End of the Twentieth CenturyLawgiversLaw EnforcementCorrectionsCrime and Punishment
Crime and Criminal Justice in the Age of TerrorismThe Impact of 9/11 on the American Criminal Justice SystemLawgiversLaw enforcementCorrections Crime and Punishment
Crime and Criminal Justice in Contemporary AmericaLawgiversLaw enforcementCorrectionsCrime and PunishmentConcluding Thoughts and Observations