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CRJS 4306 (3-3-0) Crime and Drug Control
History and casual factors of drug and vice-type crimes, with emphasis on current education prevention programs, the effects of drug usage, along with the varied methods being utilized by governmental officials to control gambling, prostitution, pornography and other vice-type crimes. Explores the role of organized crimes in these types of offenses, along with the criminal laws necessary to effectively control the activities of organized crime groups. Spring.
Prerequisite: 6 hours criminal justice or sociology or psychology
Cross Listed Courses: CRJS 5322