cja385 | undergraduate
Criminal Justice Policy Analysis & Program Evaluation
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Policy Overview and the Role of Research in Criminal Justice Policy
- Define policy.
- Analyze the complexities of criminal justice policy.
- Discuss the role of research in criminal justice policy.
- Describe policy analysis.
Criminal Justice Policy Development and Implementation
- Describe criminal justice policy development and implementation.
- Analyze influences on policy development.
- Evaluate the potential hurdles of policy implementation.
Policy Monitoring and Models for Policy Evaluation
- Identify models for policy evaluation.
- Describe policy monitoring.
- Compare and contrast policy monitoring and policy evaluation.
- Assess the effectiveness of policy evaluation.
Development of Alternative Solutions and Strategies
- Identify methods for developing alternative solutions and strategies.
- Describe the relationship of implementation, evaluation, and reform.
- Analyze the reason and importance of developing alternatives.
Policy in Practice: Evaluating Policy Outcomes and Impact
- Analyze policy in practice.
- Evaluate policy outcomes.
- Predict policy impact and significance.
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