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CJ731.A-2021.FASES2 Transnational Crime

Begins November 01, 2021
This course addresses the nature and scope of international and transnational crime and the emerging legal framework for its prevention and control. The course will emphasize international aspects of the work of different criminal justice agencies, such as formal and informal police cooperation and the use of mutual assistance and extradition agreements, on the international structures created for crime prevention, punishment and control. The course also explores current issues and controversies of transnational crime, international law, and/or human rights. Possible topics include terrorism, genocide, human trafficking, and immigration issues. Course dates: 11/01/2021 - 12/21/2021
Instructor : Mark Beaudry