Criminal Justice Course Descriptions

CJ100 Survey Criminal Justice System
Reviews court systems and procedures from criminal violation to final disposition. Covers six primary functional areas of administration of justice and reviews principles of federal, state, criminal and civil laws as they apply to and affect law enforcement. F, W, Sp, Su
3 Credits

CJ101 Criminology
Covers the development and conceptualization of crime including historical perspective, social and legal definitions, and classifications. Includes an overview of criminology, research, data gathering, and analysis. Introduces major theoretical perspectives on the nature of crime, criminals, and victimization. Identifies current trends and patterns of crime typologies as well as societal and institutional responses. F, W, Sp, Su
3 Credits

CJ102 Survey Juvenile Justice System
Reviews the juvenile justice system, including juvenile court processes and procedures from criminal violation to final disposition. Identifies juvenile justice administrative functions and reviews the principles of federal, state, and local statutes as they apply to and affect the juvenile offender. F, Sp
3 Credits

CJ103 Program App & Employ Standards
Introduces information specific to Oregon employment requirements and Department of Public Safety Standards and Training certification standards. Includes employment disqualifiers as well as desired attributes to assist in selecting the criminal justice career field best suited to specific qualifications. F, W, Sp, Su
1 Credits

CJ110 Intro to Law Enforcement
Introduces the history and philosophy of law enforcement and the administration of justice. Provides a preview of a professional career in law enforcement and how an agency functions in relation to public relations and professional and political ethics. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp
3 Credits

CJ112 Field Ops & Patrol Procedures
Introduces the nature and purpose of patrol activities. Examines routine and emergency procedures and types of patrol. Focuses on force continuum, officer survival, arrest procedures, field interviews and ethics. Explores methods of safely responding to various calls and individuals. Includes scenarios on occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens. Covers equipment, technology and vehicle operation. Identifies gangs, drug use indicators, threat groups, and responses to civil disturbances. Emphasizes report documentation, courtroom testimony and police tactical communications. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. W, Sp
3 Credits

CJ123 Spanish for Law Enforcement
Offers a practical, learner-friendly Spanish language course for law enforcement students and personnel. Emphasizes officer safety, increased community safety, enhanced job performance, and protection from legal liability. Requires no prior knowledge of Spanish. Recommended: CJ110 or CJ112 unless student already has prior practical experience as a cadet, reserve, or certified law enforcement officer. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. W, Sp
3 Credits

CJ130 Intro to Corrections Process
Introduces the corrections process, including historical development through contemporary issues. Reviews the history, current practices, and future considerations of corrections. Identifies the subcomponents of corrections; variations in correctional institutions, levels of custody, administrative practices, correctional staff roles and responsibilities, institutional policies, procedures, and programs. Covers changing inmate demographics, special needs inmates, safety and security concerns, and current issues. F
3 Credits

CJ132 Intro to Parole & Probation
Introduces the corrections process including historical development through contemporary issues. Identifies variations in correctional institutions, levels of custody, administration practices, correctional staff roles and responsibilities, institutional policies, procedures, and programs. Covers changing inmate demographics, special needs inmates, safety and security concerns, and current issues. F, W, Sp, Su
3 Credits

CJ134 Contraband & Search
Focuses on the proper forms and processes for conducting searches of persons such as staff, volunteers, contractors, and visitors; places such as living, common access, and work areas; and vehicles. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. F, Sp
1 Credits

CJ136 Transport, Escort & Restraints
Covers practical techniques for the transportation, restraint, and escorting of inmates within a facility or in the general public. Reviews management concepts for the classification and risk criteria factors for inmates that determine custody level. Includes the importance of the safety, security, and orderly operation of facilities, and the safety and welfare of staff and the general public. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. F, Sp
1 Credits

CJ138 Security Threat Groups
Explores the criminal subcultures of security threat groups (STGs) and gangs. Includes the management concepts for individuals at risk of involvement in STGs or gangs, the identifying characteristics of involvement, intervention strategies, and the importance of interagency networking and information sharing. Outlines concepts of covert communications used by STGs and gangs in communicating within facilities, jail, and on the streets. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. W
1 Credits

CJ142A Manage Mentally Ill Offender
Focuses on understanding and supervising youthful and adult offenders in confinement by developing an awareness of the dynamics, basic behaviors, and interpersonal interactions commonly found among offenders exhibiting these serious mental disorders: anxiety, dissociative, mood, personality, psychotic (schizophrenia), and mental retardation. Recommended: PSY201, PSY202, or PSY203. (All prerequisite courses must be completed with a grade of C or better.)W
1 Credits

CJ144 Suicide Prevent/Intervention
Presents a suicide prevention and intervention practice-dominated course designed to help individuals, criminal justice, juvenile and social service caregivers recognize and review risk, and to intervene to prevent the immediate risk of suicide. F, Sp
2 Credits

CJ145 Managing Long Term Offenders
Addresses management strategies for long-term offenders. Covers inmate perception about serving longer sentences, their views of establishing relationships, and accountability challenges. Includes management of death row inmates, the elderly inmate population with unique special needs, and the security risk posed by lifers attempting to escape. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. Sp
1 Credits

CJ146 Officer Survival Mindset
Provides the student with a historical review of issues and scenarios related to officer survival and provides insight from lessons learned. Introduces the mistakes in decision-making, personal distancing, or threat assessment of a suspect and/or offender. Provides a brief review of cases where officers were killed in the line of duty. Also describes the survival mindset, confrontations, new intervention pathways, and the courageous spirit. Recommended: CJ110, CJ112, or CJ130. (All prerequisite courses must be completed with a grade of C or better.) Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. W, Sp
3 Credits

CJ147 Criminal Personality/Errors
Introduces personality disorders as defined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual. Addresses errors in thinking which are uniquely present in criminal behavior. Reviews the foundational work of Yochelson and Samenow on the criminal mind. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. F
1 Credits

CJ153 Ethical Dilemmas/Decisions
Provides students with an introduction to ethical duties and decision making dilemmas facing criminal justice professionals. Provides the basic foundations of ethical reasoning and the standards for determining sound ethical decision making. Increases the learners application of ethical reasoning in the face of agency corruption, use of force, gender and race discrimination, due process and duty towards others. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. F
3 Credits

CJ170 Juv Justice Ethics/Boundaries
Provides students with an introduction to ethical and boundary issues that confront workers in the juvenile justice system. Increases the capacity for the identification and analyses of issues and the development of positions relative to the issues. Focuses on more difficult ethical and boundary issues prevalent in juvenile justice today. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
3 Credits

CJ171 Juvenile Sex Offenders
Provides in-depth information related to juvenile sex offenders. Introduces an overview of trends in treatment and covers therapeutic interventions necessary to deter a future of repeated victimization or the development of similar abusive behaviors toward others. Covers professional boundaries when working with juvenile sex offenders. Identifies sex-offending behaviors in juveniles and what to look for. Discusses normal and abnormal adolescent sexual development as it relates to juvenile sex offenders. Identifies paraphilia behaviors as they relate to juvenile sex offenders as described in Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. W
1 Credits

CJ175 Juvenile Law
Provides a historical overview of the legal rights of juveniles, including landmark Supreme Court cases which applied constitutional protections to juveniles. Covers the requirements and responsibilities of professionals in the juvenile justice system. Introduces the Oregon Juvenile Code and statutory guidelines for operating the Oregon Youth Authority. W
3 Credits

CJ200 Family Violence and Deviancy
Discusses the role of criminal justice practitioners in maintaining community relations, networking, and multi-disciplinary approaches to crimes of family violence. Examines the role expectations of involved agencies and covers red flag behaviors and detection of family-related crimes and their patterns of escalation. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. W
3 Credits

CJ203 Crisis Intervention Seminar
Includes personal effectiveness, recognition of threat levels, voluntary compliance, verbal and non-verbal communication, active listening and mediation. An overview of the techniques and approaches to crisis intervention for entry-level criminal justice professionals. Presents strategies for initial intervention, defusion and assessment, resolution and/or referral, with emphasis on safety. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp
3 Credits

CJ206 Crime and Delinquency
Introduces the historical development of childhood and the legal concepts of delinquency. Studies crime and delinquency rates and typologies focusing on data variations impacted by age, sex, race/ethnicity, socio-economic and educational status, urbanization, and other key factors as independent variables. Introduces major theoretical perspectives and their application in the study of juvenile delinquency. Covers key concepts affecting juvenile victimization. F, W, Sp
3 Credits

CJ207 Diversity Issues in Crim Jus
Introduces the civil rights of citizens related to religion, ethnicity, culture, race, gender, age, disability and sexual preference. Explores the legal and societal responsibilities of criminal justice professionals to the protection of those rights in the course of public safety duties. Involves creative, critical, and solution-oriented thinking throughout the course. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. Sp; CLCT
3 Credits

CJ209 Introduction to Victimology
Traces the criminal justice system's historic and current response to crime victims. Provides a comprehensive overview of the offender-victim relationship, while addressing victim support policies and programs. Presents a realistic approach to understanding the process of victimization and the broad range of coping mechanisms that victims employ to deal with their particular experiences. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. F
3 Credits

CJ210 Crime Investigations 1
Covers historical development of criminalistics. Introduces current basic techniques and components involved in major persons-related crime scene investigations. Includes skills necessary to process the scene. Identifies specialized procedures and technology used to identify, profile, locate and apprehend offenders. Covers interviewing/interrogation techniques. Stresses importance of field notes and case documentation. Emphasizes escalation-cycling patterns of serious offenders. Includes factual case studies. Focuses on qualities of a successful investigator. Examines development of reliable confidential informants. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor F, W, Sp
3 Credits

CJ211 Property Crimes
Introduces basic techniques and components involved in major property-related crime scene investigations. Includes skills necessary to process scene. Identifies specialized procedures/technology used to identify, locate, and recover stolen property. Covers methods to identify and apprehend individuals. Emphasizes correlation between property crimes and drug use. Includes preparation of court testimony, and current trends in cyber, terrorism, identity, and narcotic investigations. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. W, Sp
3 Credits

CJ212 Police Report Writing
Provides students with the necessary information to become knowledgeable and successful writers of narrative police reports, documenting both original crimes and follow-up investigations. Utilizes a specialized format to meet different types of investigative activities, e.g., crime scene processing, interviews with suspects and witnesses, undercover operations and the execution of search warrants. Re-emphasizes basic writing skills and spelling accuracy related to criminal justice terminology. Corequisite: CJ110 or CJ112; and CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp
3 Credits

CJ215 Criminal Justice Admin
Surveys the administrative practices of criminal justice agencies with special emphasis on law enforcement. Covers administration in the public services area including organizational theory and management, personnel management, and policy and procedures formulation. Corequisite: CJ110 or CJ112; and CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. W, Sp
3 Credits

CJ217 Interview/Interrogation in CJ
Focuses on becoming a knowledgeable interviewer and interrogator. Introduces Reid technique of interviewing and interrogation, and FBI Perspective techniques. Includes brief review of constitutional constraints and professional ethics specific to interviewing and/or interrogation of suspects, witnesses, complainants, and victims. Covers interview and interrogation objectives, preparation, approaches, and technical aids. Presents the importance of listening and documentation. Includes practical scenarios/role playing. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. W, Sp
3 Credits

CJ220 Subst Law & OR Criminal Code
Introduces the origin and structure of common-law crimes, case decisions, and the development of statutory crimes. Reviews the amendments of the constitution which protect citizens during criminal inquiries, introduces the elements of a crime and the types of affirmative defenses presented at a criminal proceeding. Provides distinctions between criminal and civil law. Addresses criminal court procedures, criminal law case reading, federal and state law, and selected Oregon criminal code sections. F, Sp
3 Credits

CJ222 Profiling Serial Killers
Analyzes a specific offender type, the serial killer. Includes historical perspective, motives, and killer phases. Emphasizes the methodology of profiling, crime scene analysis, and modus operandi as developed by the FBI Investigative Support Unit to assist law enforcement. Covers victimologies, VI-CAP, and Oregon H.I.T.S. systems. Uses individual case studies. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
3 Credits

CJ224 Missing & Abducted Children
Provides specialized training regarding child abductions and missing children. Includes victimology, motives, custodial versus non-custodial, kidnap murder, cult murder, grooming techniques, crime scene indicators, and forensic evidence. Introduces notification and training systems, including National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Amber Alert Plan, FBI's Child Abduction and Serial Murder Investigative Resource Center, Violent Criminal Apprehension Program, K-9 usage, and A Child is Missing plan. Emphasizes the first four hours investigative tasks. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. W, Sp
1 Credits

CJ225 Stalking/Predatory Behaviors
Provides information regarding stalking and related behaviors. Covers types of stalkers, current anti-stalking statutes, and personal and professional security measures. Emphasizes the necessity of documenting and reporting this crime. Describes prohibited behavior, threat levels, and the effects of stalking on victims. Discusses current trends in cyberstalking, including the use of electronic communication devices such as the Internet, e-mail, cell phones, fax machines, and pagers. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. F, W
2 Credits

CJ226 Intro to Constitutional Law
Analyzes the United States Constitution and court decisions which determine the admissibility of evidence in criminal cases and which affect the role of law enforcement in police procedures. An intensive study which includes criminal procedures processes. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
3 Credits

CJ229 Domestic Terrorism
Presents the history of terrorism (international and domestic), the causes and methods of terrorism, with an emphasis on contemporary domestic terrorism groups. Covers the basic steps in countering terrorists threats, concepts in terrorism, causes, and methods. Assists law enforcement officers, public administrators, security officers, and the general public in recognizing potential terrorist threats. Emphasis on domestic (national) terrorism. Prerequisite: CJ100 and WR121, both with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. W, Sp
3 Credits

CJ230 Intro to Juvenile Corrections
Introduces the historical and contemporary aspects of juvenile corrections. Identifies and explores the philosophy, functions, and goals of the juvenile justice system. Emphasizes the role of law enforcement, the courts, community-based corrections, and custodial facilities. Includes an overview of the ongoing debate concerning rehabilitation vs. punishment philosophies in the juvenile justice system, especially as it relates to safety and security issues, and public concerns. W, Sp
3 Credits

CJ232 Intro to Corrections Casework
Presents an overview of casework in corrections settings. Includes introduction to behavior modification theories and methods, contemporary counseling methods, assessment processes, and the development of officer-client relations. Emphasizes observation skills, perception issues, information gathering, interpersonal communication skills, and interviewing strategies and techniques as part of corrections casework. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. F, Sp
3 Credits

CJ235 Youth, Drugs and Corrections
Studies current trends, programs and philosophies regarding addiction, treatment options, and assessment processes, and related behavioral issues for youthful offenders specifically in correctional settings and in post-conviction supervision. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. W, Sp
3 Credits

CJ236 Leadership & Ethics 1
Introduces philosophies and ethics for public safety leadership. Focuses on core values, ethics, and decision-making. Explores developing a personal leadership philosophy. Includes defining the difference between leadership and management and completing self-assessments in an effort to gain insight into personal leadership styles and characteristics. Prerequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed.
4 Credits

CJ237 Leadership & Ethics 2
Explores the various roles of leadership as they relate to being a team builder, delegator, conflict resolution facilitator, coach, and mentor. Focuses on gaining an understanding of communication processes, empowerment, and leading in a diverse environment. Explores various theories of leadership including situational. Prerequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed.
4 Credits

CJ238 Leadership & Ethics 3
Explores the leadership process and the leader-follower relationship within an organizational setting. Covers the influence of organizational culture, values, and societal issues on leadership effectiveness. Introduces the concepts of learning organizations, organizational health, defenses, and change. Examines how a leader moves an organization from vision to action. Prerequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed.
4 Credits

CJ239 Leadership & Ethics 4
Correlates the personal core values and characteristics to ethical decisions and behaviors. Explores ethical and principle-centered leadership, including ethical systems, dilemmas, and decision making. Examines the challenges and develops strategies for leading in public safety organizations serving diverse and dynamic communities. Prerequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed.
4 Credits

CJ240 Intake/Asmt/Info Interviewing
Introduces the concepts of intake, the purpose and types of assessment tools utilized for determining public risk, institutional risk, and personal treatment needs for the development of an effective treatment plan. Covers conducting interviews at every stage of the process; applying techniques for informational interviewing. Includes the benefits, costs, and process of changing behavior. Explores the techniques for assuring consistency, accountability, and effectiveness for intake operations. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. F, W
3 Credits

CJ241 Grp Skls/Correctional Clients
Introduces group dynamics, group organization and facilitation skills for correctional professionals working with clients. Includes an introduction to the various models of group interaction, the principle characteristics and advantages of using group skills with correctional clients. Provides basic concepts for conducting a group and the stages and differential group dynamics. Also presents the basic skills necessary for client selection and development; effective leadership and group management; and techniques for the identification of criminal tactics that disrupt the group process. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. W, Sp, Su
3 Credits

CJ245 Public Safety Telecom 1
Introduces basic public safety and emergency services telecommunication functions, essential duties, responsibilities, and training and career requirements. Covers entry-level customer service, customer tips, confidentiality, how 9-1-1 works, reasons to call 9-1-1, call taker response, liability, and dispatcher actions. Explores cultural differences in communication, and the ability to tactfully and courteously communicate with callers and difficult people in emergency situations, in suicidal, and/or altered mental states. Addresses multi-tasking, decision making, and interpersonal relationships with co-workers and supervisors. Introduces students to mutual aid agreements, agency jurisdictions, appropriate agency referrals, and resources. Acquaints students with Willamette Valley Communication Center, Norcom Dispatch, Oregon State Police Dispatch, state 9-1-1 programs, and Oregon Revised Statutes 403.100- 403.380. Covers system failure adjustments and new technological advances, as well as next generation 9-1-1. Prerequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance and negative drug screen; or consent of instructor. F, Sp
3 Credits

CJ246 Public Safety Telecom 2
Provides specialized hands-on training for individuals wanting to enter the public safety and emergency services telecommunication career field. Introduces computer aided dispatch through console work stations and use of headsets. Covers telephone, computer, radio, and mapping systems of the Dispatch Operations Section. Introduces National Incident Management System. Includes intensive classroom training and skills-based performance on a variety of simulated calls and incident handling scenarios. Contains first aid/CPR/AED certification, and data entry tests with accepted accuracy rates. Includes the use of scenario-based training involving mock police, fire, EMS, and natural disaster responses. Covers team communication, telecommunication ethics, and career survival. Presents both negative and positive examples of dispatch responses and outcomes. Includes a tour of Willamette Valley Communication Center, attendance of Department of Public Safety, Standards and Training Basic Telecommunication graduation ceremony, and completion of a citizen ride-along with either police, fire, or EMS. Prerequisite: CJ250 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W, Su
3 Credits

CJ253 Introduction to Penology
Introduces the theories and practices of punishment. Includes processes devised and practiced for the repression and prevention of crime. Covers a historical overview of society's choices of punishment, the evolutionary process of punishment reform in the United States, and the continual dilemma of balancing the punishment of offenders and the expectation of rehabilitation. F, W
3 Credits

CJ255 Oral Boards & Multi-Assessment
Presents specialized training opportunities for students, municipal and county reserves, and cadets who anticipate applying for full-time employment in the criminal justice field. Reviews basic Department of Public Safety Standards and Training certification requirements. Identifies preparatory steps to be successful in passing oral board interviews and initial phases of a multi-assessment process. Covers stress, voice control, behaviors, appearance, attitude, and dress. Students are photographed, videotaped, and participate in a competitive oral board scored by professionals in the field of law enforcement, corrections, and parole and probation. Corequisite: CJ110 or CJ112; and CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. W, Sp
2 Credits

CJ261 Law Enforcement Related Exp 1
Introduces Law Enforcement Related Experience (L.E.R.E.) sequence of courses required for the AAS degree in Law Enforcement. Focuses on topics, training, and practical application covered in L.E.R.E. coursework that aligns with the Mid-Valley Reserve Academy curriculum and incorporates specific Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) content areas. Involves overview of ORS criminal, juvenile, vehicle code, liquor laws and civil liability; ethics; cultural diversity; Oregon Physical Abilities Test preparation and testing; CPR/AED practical training; and HazMat/Blood borne pathogens. Recommended: CJ110 or CJ112, either with a grade of C or better. Prerequisite: Admission restricted to the students chosen through an application process; and CJ103 with a grade of C or better, with criminal history clearance specific to DPSST employment standards. F
3 Credits

CJ262 Law Enforcement Related Exp 2
Introduces basic information and practical application of courtroom testimony, Standard Field Sobriety Tests application, Drug Recognition Expert abilities, intoxilyzer technology, and wet labs. Includes tours of Department of Public Safety Standards and Training academy and Marion County Correctional Facility complex. Prerequisite: CJ261 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W
3 Credits

CJ263 Law Enforcement Related Exp 3
Introduces new skills and practical application of oleoresin-capsicum, baton, tactical knife, taser, and Multiple Interactive Laser Options firearms in order to function safely and effectively as an integral member of a law enforcement team and successfully pass testing for Oregon Physical Abilities Test. Includes information on Oregon Senate Bill 111 (officer-involved shooting(s) protocols), surviving traumatic incidents, family dynamics, death notifications, and use of various recovery services. Prerequisite: CJ262 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Sp
3 Credits

CJ264 Law Enforcement Related Exp 4
Provides knowledge and skills necessary to investigate motor vehicle crashes, apply correct motor vehicle codes, conduct traffic stops, recognize Emergency Vehicle Operations Course considerations, and liability issues. Also provides skills needed to effectively write police reports, conduct vehicle searches, make high risk stops, and employ K-9s related to vehicle stops and searches. Prerequisite: CJ263 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F
3 Credits

CJ265 Law Enforcement Related Exp 5
Covers basic investigations through abbreviated formats on domestic violence, stalking, threat assessments, elder and child abuse, arson and explosives, robbery, burglary, sexual assault, identity theft, cyber-crime, narcotic investigations and informants, emotionally disturbed persons encounters, homicides, scene preservation, the medical examiner role, and sexual asphyxia deaths. Provides students on Oregon Physical Abilities Test probation a final attempt to successfully complete course within required Department of Public Safety Standards and Training time limit for certification as a Law Enforcement professional in the state of Oregon. Prerequisite: CJ264 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W
3 Credits

CJ266 Law Enforcement Related Exp 6
Introduces additional skills and knowledge on fitness, nutrition, and stress management specifically related to law enforcement personnel. Includes practical application of building searches, active shooter(s), and consims; and culminates in patrol week. Covers functioning safely and effectively as an integral member of a law enforcement team. Offers preparation on entering the job market and becoming more successful in the competitive entry process. Students completing the Law Enforcement Related Experience (L.E.R.E.) series of courses will participate in L.E.R.E. graduation ceremony held at Brooks Regional Training Center and Brooks' Annual Recruitment Fair involving law enforcement agency stakeholders. Prerequisite: CJ265 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Sp
3 Credits

CJ267 Introduction to Forensics
Presents a survey of basic crime scene-related forensic science and standard evidence collection. Covers physical evidence, glass and soil, hairs, fibers, paint, arson and explosions, serology, blood patterns, DNA, bite marks, fingerprints, automated fingerprint identification system, firearms, tool marks, questioned documents, voice examination, computers, and Internet. Includes emphasis on chain of evidence, and explores future developments in forensic science. Enables limited hands-on application through use of student manual. Introduces a wide variety of reliable evidence retrieval techniques needed for successful prosecution of criminal cases. Recommended: CJ210 with a grade of C or better. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. W
3 Credits

CJ268 Law Enforcement Photography
Introduces photography specific to the needs of law enforcement personnel for preliminary and follow-up investigations; i.e. crime scenes, injuries, wounds, autopsy, court preparation, and other investigative needs, including intelligence gathering, and surveillance. Includes information on extended use of digital features, computer enhancement, and videotaping. Recommended: CJ210 with a grade of C or better. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. Sp
1 Credits

CJ269 Police Ethics & Prof Conduct
Provides indepth information related to police ethics, on and off-duty conduct, discipline and policy formation in varied law enforcement settings. Covers professional expectations as a public servant associated with citizens, media, co-workers, family members, friends, and supervisors. Covers boundaries and accountability involving confidential reliable informants, crime victims, undercover assignments and operations, traffic stops, domestic violence, emotionally disturbed persons, execution of search warrants, evidence collection and handling, reports, and courtroom testimony. Utilizes extensive scenario-based field activities embedded in Law Enforcement Related Experience 1-6 coverage that requires ethical responses and actions for successful task completion. Recommended: CJ110 or CJ112, either with a grade of C or better. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. W
3 Credits

CJ270 Crime Victim Advocacy
Provides information on the development of local victim advocacy and assistance programs; community resources available to victims, including Crime Victim Compensation; the role of the advocate; asic advocacy skills training in the areas of children and juvenile victimization; domestic violence, sexual assault response, and homicide. Includes types of services delivered to victims, and commonly used websites that provide current offender status. Covers the impact of crime on victims and their families, safety planning, and personal victim story and/or advocate's work experience with specific case(s), or victim panel presentation. Recommended: CJ200 with a grade of C or better. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. W
1 Credits

CJ271 Introduction to K-9s
Provides an introductory orientation to law enforcement K-9s. Covers the history and development of K-9s, common breeds, costs, K-9 anatomy, relationship between dog and handler, location on the force continuum, training and certification, K-9 related policies, specialized equipment, deployment scenarios, injuries, veterinary services, length of career, and retirement. Includes K-9 demonstration. Recommended: CJ110 or CJ112, either with a grade of C or better. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. Sp
1 Credits

CJ272 Recognizing Child Molesters
Provides specialized training for law enforcement and criminal justice professionals in how to recognize and detect child molesters. Covers the offenders cognitive and behavioral steps, factors in selecting the child victim, and how offenders avoid discovery. Includes basic information on common sexual disorders. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. W
2 Credits

CJ273 Drugs and Pacific NW St Gangs
Provides specialized law-enforcement related training and information on commonly used controlled substances found, distributed, and destined for locations in the Pacific Northwest. Includes Schedule I-IV characteristics, drug appearances, associated paraphernalia, "club drugs," and anabolic steroids. Covers surveillance tactics, development of street informants, and use of Confidential Reliable Informants. Includes similar intelligence gathered on Northwest street gangs, growth, recruitment, and geographical movement, related criminal activities, infiltration, involved schools, tagging, associates, tattoo identification, and importance of documentation by both patrol and detectives. Covers networking with local parole and probation, Oregon Department of Justice, county jails, Department of Corrections, other Northwest organizations, and professional contacts. Recommended for careers in corrections: CJ138 with a grade of C or better. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. Sp
3 Credits

CJ280A Cooperative Work Experience
Offers placement in a business, agency, and/or industry for on-the-job training related to the student's curriculum. Prerequisite: Determined by each curriculum. Guidelines on file in the Cooperative Work Experience office and with each curriculum's CWE Instructor and Director.
1 Credits

CJ280B Cooperative Work Experience
Criminal Justice
2 Credits

CJ280C Cooperative Work Experience
Criminal Justice
3 Credits

CJ280D Cooperative Work Experience
Criminal Justice
4 Credits

CJ280E Cooperative Work Experience
Criminal Justice
5 Credits

CJ280F Cooperative Work Experience
Criminal Justice
6 Credits

CJ280G Cooperative Work Experience
Criminal Justice
7 Credits

CJ280H Cooperative Work Experience
Criminal Justice
8 Credits

CJ280I Cooperative Work Experience
Criminal Justice
9 Credits

CJ280J Cooperative Work Experience
Criminal Justice
10 Credits

CJ280L Cooperative Work Experience
Criminal Justice
12 Credits

CJ281 Corrections Off Related Exp 1
Introduces Corrections Officer Related Experience sequence of courses. Focuses on topics, training, and practical application of skills including specific Department of Public Safety, Standards and Training (DPSST) content areas. Focuses on Oregon Department of Corrections, Federal Bureau of Prisons, and topics related to local county jails and juvenile facilities. Presents an overview of jobs in corrections; officer mindset; inmate, client, and resident behavior patterns; use of force; ethics; inmate rights; and sanctions. Covers cultural diversity, abbreviated Oregon Physical Abilities Test preparation and completion, defensive tactics, CPR/AED practical training, and HAZMAT/blood-borne pathogens. Prerequisite: Admission restricted to students chosen through an application process and who have successfully completed CJ103 including criminal history clearance and drug screening specific to DPSST employment standards for certification of corrections personnel in the state of Oregon. F, W
3 Credits

CJ282 Corrections Off Related Exp 2
Introduces basic information on jail environments and procedures, jail structure, intake, booking, inmate risk classification factors, narcotics, inmate supervision, defensive tactics, courtroom testimony, communicable diseases, and tactical communication and safety. Includes continued preparation for the abbreviated Oregon Physical Abilities Test. Introduces Multiple Interactive Laser Option training, and correctional facility tour(s) of the Marion County Correctional Facility complex, including the Parole and Probation office (Community Corrections) and/or Department of Corrections facility and/or Federal Bureau of Prisons in Sheridan, Oregon. Prerequisite: CJ281 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W
3 Credits

CJ283 Corrections Off Related Exp 3
Introduces new skills and practical application of both tactical knife and sharp-edged instrument survival. Continues practice in the use of Multiple Interactive Laser Options firearms in order to function safely and effectively as an integral member of a correctional team. Focuses on Oregon prison gangs, use of less lethal force options, jail searches, inmate transports, civil rights investigations, jail services, traumatic incidents in corrections, and Senate Bill 111. Prerequisite: CJ282 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Sp
3 Credits

CJ284 Corrections Off Related Exp 4
Covers the role of parole and probation officers as it relates to incarcerated inmates and clients and their transition back into the community. Introduces the Prison Rape Eradication Act, work crew supervision, suicide prevention, and the emotionally disturbed inmate and client population. Also provides initial skills needed to effectively write corrections related reports and documents. Prerequisite: CJ283 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F
3 Credits

CJ285 Corrections Off Related Exp 5
Covers misconduct, statutory violations, and revocation of certification specific to adult corrections, parole and probation, and juvenile corrections. Presents an overview of security network and notification systems within county, state, and federal corrections. Reviews differences and similarities between county, state, and federal corrections. Introduces cell extractions, courtroom management, and court services in scenario-based applications. Introduces in-custody death investigations and related facility security protocols, including lock-downs, escape attempts, fleeing inmate, public safety notification, and fugitive apprehension units. Prerequisite: CJ284 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W
3 Credits

CJ286 Corrections Off Related Exp 6
Covers fitness, nutrition, and stress management as it relates to corrections and parole and probation personnel and their family members. Provides information on K-9 use in corrections, and Critical Emergency Response Team specialized unit, and riot control. Includes practical application of building searches, confrontational simulations; and culminates in patrol and corrections week. Covers functioning safely and effectively as an integral member of a corrections or parole and probation team. Offers preparation for entering the job market and becoming successful in the competitive entry process. Prerequisite: CJ285 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Sp
3 Credits

CJ289 Correction Ethics/Prof Conduct
Provides in-depth information related to corrections ethics, on-and-off duty conduct, discipline and policy formation in city, county, state, and federal correctional institutions. Covers professional expectations associated with citizens, media, co-workers, support staff, administrators, family members, friends, and supervisors. Includes confidentiality issues, inmates rights, employee accountability, use of force, contraband, gratuities, security measures involving institutional informants, inmates, inmate family members, and visitors. Examines ethics related to duties and responsibilities of a correctional officer, reports, documents, and courtroom testimony. Utilizes Department of Public Safety Standards and Training ethics bulletins, and extensive scenario-based field activities embedded in the Corrections Officer Related Experience courses that require proper ethical responses and actions from a corrections professional. Corequisite: CJ103 with criminal history clearance; or current professional in the field; or consent of instructor. F
3 Credits

CJ299A CJ Regional Training Seminar
Criminal Justice
1 Credits

CJ299B CJ Regional Training Seminar
Criminal Justice
2 Credits

CJ299D CJ Regional Training Seminar
Criminal Justice
3 Credits

XCJ9300A OR Juvenile Correction Trng
Covers basic training, including skills and techniques, required of new employees of the Oregon Juvenile Corrections system. Offered as needed
8.8 CEU

XCJ9300C Law & the Courts
Provides general introduction to criminal laws, procedural laws, traffic laws, and Oregon liquor laws. Covers juvenile laws and related law enforcement procedures, civil law as it applies to law enforcement duties, and search warrant criteria and acquisition. Introduction to court processes, video court processes, and testifying in court. Prerequisite: Marion County Sheriff's office approval. Offered as needed
4.6 CEU

XCJ9300D Police Officer Fld Skills/Trng
Introduces defensive tactics, surviving edges weapons, force continuum, and the use of Cap Stun. Covers patrol procedures, traffic stops, and building searches. Introduces the use of intoxilizer and field sobriety testing, emergency vehicle operations, and firearms training. Prerequisite: Marion County Sheriff's office approval. Offered as needed
12.2 CEU

XCJ9300E Basic Investigations
Introduces basic investigations procedures, processes, and techniques. Includes various types of crime investigations, specific techniques and equipment, and evidence collections and handling. Covers basic interview techniques, understanding body language, interview preparation, and interview approaches. Prerequisite: Marion County Sheriff's office approval. Offered as needed
4 CEU

XCJ9300F Law Enforcement
Introduces standards and expectations for law enforcement officers as to ethical conduct, respect for diversity, and cultural competency. Covers community policing, related agencies= duties and responsibilities. Introduces police officer specialized roles, duties, skills, and job related information. Prerequisite: Marion County Sheriff's office approval. Offered as needed
5.7 CEU

XCJ9300G Search & Rescue Training
Introduces basic components of search and rescue. Includes introduction of basic skills in the areas of search and rescue techniques, crime scene protocol, trauma and environmental injuries, blood-borne pathogens, basic first aid and CPR. Covers basic map and compass skills, tracking, radio communications, and helicopter rescues. Prerequisite: Marion County Sheriff's office approval. Offered as needed
.6 CEU

XCJ9300H CJ Accredited Seminar
Provides Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) accredited training involving specified course content in law enforcement, adult corrections, juvenile corrections, and parole and probation.
.2 CEU

XCJ9300J CJ Accredited Seminar
Provides Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) accredited training involving specified course content in law enforcement, adult corrections, juvenile corrections, and parole and probation.
.4 CEU

XCJ9300K CJ Accredited Seminar
Provides Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) accredited training involving specified course content in law enforcement, adult corrections, juvenile corrections, and parole and probation.
.6 CEU

XCJ9300L CJ Accredited Seminar
Provides Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) accredited training involving specified course content in law enforcement, adult corrections, juvenile corrections, and parole and probation.
.8 CEU

XCJ9300M CJ Accredited Seminar
Provides Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) accredited training involving specified course content in law enforcement, adult corrections, juvenile corrections, and parole and probation.
1 CEU

XCJ9300N CJ Accredited Seminar
Provides Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) accredited training involving specified course content in law enforcement, adult corrections, juvenile corrections, and parole and probation.
1.2 CEU

XCJ9300P CJ Accredited Seminar
Provides Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) accredited training involving specified course content in law enforcement, adult corrections, juvenile corrections, and parole and probation.
1.4 CEU

XCJ9300Q CJ Accredited Seminar
Provides Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) accredited training involving specified course content in law enforcement, adult corrections, juvenile corrections, and parole and probation.
1.6 CEU

XCJ9300R Con-Tact Control Tactics
Introduces techniques used in controlling compliant and non-compliant suspects. Covers defensive tactics, holds that provide protection to self and suspect, and weapon recovery techniques. Offered as needed
.8 CEU