cjs205 | undergraduate
Composition For Communication In The Criminal Justice System
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Communication Techniques in Interviewing
- Explain the significance of nonverbal cues during the interview process.
- Identify proper communication techniques necessary for various criminal justice settings.
- Describe effective interviewing and questioning techniques.
- Discuss interviewing preparation methods related to desired interview outcomes.
- Identify the types and uses of written communication in criminal justice settings.
- Explain the guidelines for fact-based report writing in criminal justice settings.
- Illustrate how effective written communication affects the criminal justice process.
Specialized Issues in Communication
- Identify strategies for effectively communicating with various entities within the criminal justice process.
- Compare communication dynamics in non-emergency and emergency incidents and conflict situations.
- Discuss methods for overcoming language and situational barriers in communication.
Technology and Communication
- Explain the effects of technology on communication within the criminal justice system.
- Describe ways of using technological communication methods in criminal justice settings.
- Identify the impact of social media on communication between the criminal justice system and the public.
The Communication Process
- Describe the communication process.
- Identify the types, components, and functions of verbal and nonverbal communication in criminal justice settings.
- Explain how to overcome potential barriers in different types of communication.
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