CCJ 3641 Organized Crime

This course examines the world of organized crime, by analyzing it from a social perspective. International and domestic criminal groups are examined including relevant legislation, multi-agency task forces, international cooperation and threat analysis. The student analyzes the history, current role and future of organized crime; and develops a frame work for understanding the importance of how the world economy expands and is shadowed by a criminal economy.
3 credits

Prerequisites

CCJ 2020, CJC 2000, CJL 2500, CJL 2062, CJL 2100, CCJ 1600