North Central State College. Criminal Justice Student Handbook 2014

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1 North Central State College Criminal Justice Student Handbook 2014

2 Table of Contents: Page Purpose of Practicum/Internship...1 General Practicum Requirements...1 Additional Practicum Eligibility & Placement Requirements...2 Practicum Expectations...3 More Practicum Expectations - Practicum Conduct...4 Reporting to the Practicum Placement Agency/Facility...5 Attendance...5 Dress & Personal Attire...5 Integrity, Ethics & Professional Conduct...6 Time Logs...6 Safety Issues...7 Seminar Requirement...8 Evaluations...9 Grading...10 Acknowledge of Receipt and Understanding...11 Appendix A - CRMJ2190 Practicum Set-up Information...12 Appendix B Placement Sites...14 Appendix C Online Orientation...18 Appendix D CRMJ2190 Student Syllabus...20 Appendix E Practicum Policy Expectations...29 Appendix F Practicum Information Form...30 Appendix G Liability Insurance Form...31 Appendix H Weekly Activity Report...32 Appendix I Performance Appraisal...33

3 Purpose of Practicum/Internship The purpose of the College s criminal justice practicum is to provide community and professional based learning opportunities for criminal justice students through exposure to new and challenging field experiences within a criminal justice setting. The practicum is designed to offer opportunities to interface with criminal justice practitioners, clients, and other professionals, in order to observe the application of theoretical concepts and the functionality of criminal justice organizations in the community and governmental environments, as learned in the undergraduate curriculum. The practicum is also an academic learning experience in which students are expected to participate in a seminar and successfully complete written assignments which will provide students the opportunity to apply knowledge acquired in the classroom with practical experience from their practicum placement. The practicum student will complete 210 hours of work experience at the placement site of his/her choosing provided the practicum site also agrees to accept the student. It is the responsibility of the student to choose the site, contact the site supervisor, and schedule an interview for the placement position. (Refer to Practicum Set Up Site Document). General Practicum Requirements All students will need to contact Anne Strouth one semester before the student plans to take course CRMJ2190 (Practicum/Seminar Course) in order to enroll in the practicum course. The practicum course contains a seminar portion which is accessible through North Central State College s Canvas website. Accessibility to a computer is needed to familiarize the 1

4 student with Canvas. Tutorial sessions are available to aid students with understanding the functions of Canvas. Reliable transportation to and from the practicum site is a requirement for students participating in the practicum. Some practicum sites may require the student to travel to various other sites to enhance the learning experience, so, again, it is the student s responsibility to ensure they have access to reliable transportation. Additional Practicum Eligibility & Placement Requirements Undergraduate students applying for the CRMJ 2190 (Practicum/Seminar Course) must be prepared, academically and otherwise, for the practicum experience. Practicum students represent the Criminal Justice Program at North Central State College and therefore must have a strong personal character consisting of maturity, integrity, and high ethical standards. A student may be denied enrollment in the practicum course or removed from the course by the College if the College determines the student has violated North Central State College policies, including, but not limited to, the Student Code of Conduct. In addition, unexcused absences and/or tardiness will not be tolerated. It is mandatory that students meet the eligibility criteria specified by their practicum site. Although criteria varies, practicum sites commonly require students to successfully pass local, state, and federal background screenings as well as drug tests, and polygraph screenings. Students who are not able to secure a practicum placement due to a criminal history or the use of illicit substances will not be able to complete the Criminal Justice practicum course, which will prevent students from graduating. Individuals with a felony and/or domestic violence conviction 2

5 will experience extreme difficulty finding a practicum site. Students with misdemeanor convictions should seek advice from an advisor in the Criminal Justice program. While criminal justice work can involve heightened risks to your safety and welfare, you must not allow yourself to be placed in any dangerous activity (i.e. carrying a gun, making arrests or participating in any other activity or behavior that is dangerous to yourself or others). If a practicum site supervisor orders you to participate in a dangerous situation, respectfully, but firmly, decline to participate and immediately contact the Criminal Justice faculty. Practicum Expectations Practicum students will be required to do all of the following: Work at a practicum site for a total of 210 hours over the length of the practicum course, approximately weeks; Work one-on-one with the student s placement site to establish the student s work schedule; Read and voluntarily sign the College s release and waiver of liability form; Provide the student s practicum site supervisor with a midterm and a final appraisal evaluation form to be completed by the practicum site supervisor; Be fingerprinted and provide the results from BCI&I and FBI to the student s practicum site supervisor. Fingerprinting and background checks are conducted in coordination with the College s Human Resource Office. It is the student s responsibility to be fingerprinted PRIOR to starting at their practicum site; Dress professionally at the practicum site and during the practicum course at all times; Maintain weekly timesheets that must be verified by the student s practicum site supervisor s signature. These are to be turned in weekly to Anne Strouth who also must sign/verify the timesheet; Successfully complete the weekly assignments in the online seminar portion of the practicum course and complete a final eight page project paper related to their practicum placement site; 3

6 Complete two self-evaluations; one at the midterm of the practicum course and a second at the final of the practicum course; Be proactive in seeking out new learning opportunities and experiences; Adhere to the practicum site s policies and procedures; Adhere to the College s rules, regulations and policies, including those contained in the Code of Student Conduct. This can be found under My NC ; Understand and follow practicum site security precautions and safety protocol; Understand and complete assigned duties and tasks, meet deadlines, and seek direction when needed; Meet regularly, or as often as needed, with the student s practicum site supervisor; Participate actively in the practicum seminar, and timely complete all required assignments; Understand and protect the confidentiality and privacy rights of practicum site clients and employees; Maintain appropriate professional boundaries with practicum site clients and employees; Report supervision issues, ethical violations, and critical incidents (e.g., threats, injuries, accidents) immediately to the practicum site supervisor and the Criminal Justice Program Coordinator; Seek feedback regarding performance, and accept constructive criticism; and Timely complete and submit all practicum monitoring and evaluation forms, including time logs. More Practicum Expectations - Practicum Conduct During the course of their practicum, the student is representing North Central State College and the Department of Criminal Justice. Therefore, during the performance of their practicum duties the student shall adhere to the following conduct guidelines: 4

7 1. Reporting to the Practicum Placement Agency/Facility Students should report to their practicum site on the date determined by the Criminal Justice Coordinator, the student, and the practicum site. Typically, this date shall be during the first week of the semester in which the student is enrolled in CRMJ2190. Students may not report to their placement agency prior to the first day of the semester or prior to submitting all required documentation. 2. Attendance If you become ill and cannot attend your practicum site, you must contact your practicum site supervisor and inform him/her that you will be absent and also the practicum coordinator of the Criminal Justice Department. When you are absent, you must consult your practicum site supervisor and obtain permission to make up the work hours missed. Also, tardiness and leaving early are not appropriate professional conduct. Students who engage in such conduct may be terminated from the practicum placement and appropriate action will be taken by the College. 3. Dress & Personal Attire Students should dress in professional attire at all times unless otherwise informed by their practicum site supervisor. If a practicum student has any questions about the appropriateness of certain clothing the student should discuss them with their site supervisor before wearing the item(s) in question. Reporting to the practicum site wearing inappropriate attire will warrant an invitation to leave your practicum and the time will not be counted toward the 210 hours of your practicum. You may be permanently removed from your site if you report to your practicum site a second time wearing inappropriate attire. Students should be aware of personal hygiene, and 5

8 be clean and well groomed. Men should keep facial hair trimmed and/or shaved. Women should keep hair back in a ponytail, and/or pinned aware from their face for safety purposes. Both male and female students should be aware of not wearing clothing, makeup, or any items that could be viewed as provocative, or draw attention to the student in a way that distracts from the professionalism of the practicum site. All students must adhere to practicum site policy regarding facial piercings and/or tattoos. 4. Integrity, Ethics & Professional Conduct Disclosing privileged information relating to any case or other matter handled by the sponsoring practicum site, about any client, person involved, or staff person for that site, to any unauthorized person either verbally or in writing constitutes a violation of ethics and confidentiality statutes. Therefore, the student cannot discuss specific case information, client/person involved identification data, or anything else that would compromise the practicum site s professional reputation or credibility in any way. It is the responsibility of practicum students to become familiar with and adhere to all of the confidentiality policies and procedures of the site in which they complete their practicum. If the student has any questions about how to conduct themselves in situations involving confidentiality or anything else, the student should ask their practicum site supervisor about how to respond appropriately. Failure to abide by the policies and procedure of the practicum site could subject the student to criminal charges and prosecution. 5. Time Logs As per the Ohio Board of Regents, the practicum course requires a minimum of 210 hours of placement in a criminal justice agency workplace. The hours may be scheduled in a 6

9 manner that best suits your academic schedule, work schedule, and other aspects of your personal life. You are to meet with the supervisor of your practicum site and arrange the schedule. This schedule must be provided to Anne Strouth prior to starting at the practicum site. All students will be responsible for maintaining a weekly report. This report will indicate the date and times of your placement, and must be signed by your workplace supervisor. The report shall also indicate various work assignments, cases, incidents or projects you were involved in. Significant events shall also be recorded and you will be responsible for typing a detailed summary of how these events in the practicum site are tied to the academic background you have received as part of the practicum curriculum. These sheets are to be turned in weekly to Anne Strouth s office. You must type your summary as a Microsoft Word document and attach it to your time log. DO NOT USE THE SPACE THAT IS LOCATED ON THE FORM. You must describe your events, ideas, and experiences in as much detail as possible. 6. Safety Issues During the practicum, students may be exposed to some risks associated with working in the field of criminal justice. Examples of such risks include making home visits, and working with individuals who may behave in an unpredictable manner or have a communicable disease (e.g., HIV, AIDS, Hepatitis). To minimize risk, students are encouraged to familiarize themselves with their practicum site s security precautions and safety protocol and to discuss any safety concerns with their practicum site supervisor and the criminal justice program coordinator. 7

10 Seminar Requirement In addition to working at your practicum site, you will also have a seminar. Because this is an online course students will not meet as a class on campus. Therefore, the seminar replaces traditional lecture. The seminar will be conducted online using Canvas. You will be assigned weekly assignments via Canvas. All assignments will have a due date and late work will not be accepted. Check your assignment board and discussion boards weekly for these assignments. You will be asked to research and discuss events, incidents and issues that have taken place in your criminal justice practicum placements. You may also be asked other questions as they pertain to your knowledge, views, and participation in the criminal justice placement. In addition, you may be asked questions that you will need to take back with you to your placement site to be answered. These answers must be typed in summary format. These will count as your participation. The assignments must be a minimum of 300 words. Any assignment under 300 words will not be graded and the student will receive a 0 for that assignment. Each student is required to post 1 (one) response to another classmate s posting per assignment as stated. This response must be a minimum of 150 words. Any postings under 150 words will not be graded and the student will receive a 0 for that assignment. Each assignment is weighted at 10 points and each response is weighted at 10 points. 8

11 **REMEMBER** the class sessions simulate meetings and discussion among co-workers in the practicum setting. To respect the rights of all, please: Show respect to your classmates by using positive feedback within the discussion rooms and . Negative feedback will not be tolerated. You will receive a warning for the first time. Further use of negative feedback will result in a 0 grade for that assignment. If negative feedback is used on a third occasion, you may be removed from the class. You will also be required to complete a project paper which will be due the 15 th or 16 th week of the semester. This project paper could be in the form of a written policy, subject, program, or project which you would like to implement at your placement site. Prior to the conclusion of this course there will be an assignment that will be a minimum of 8 pages. More information about this project will be provided as the student participates further in this course. The assignment should cover the following: (1) The name of the project or program; (2) The purpose; (3) Goals and objectives; (4) Implementation procedures; and (5) Desired outcomes. 1. Evaluations Practicum students are required to submit a Mid-Term Evaluation and a Final Evaluation completed and signed by their practicum site supervisor. These evaluations are intended to provide feedback to the student and the Criminal Justice Program Coordinator regarding the student s performance and achievement. Students must also submit a Mid-Term and Final Self Evaluation. 9

12 2. Grading Below is the practicum course grading scale: A C A C B D B D B D C+ 64-Below F *This class is graded as pass/fail. (Students must receive a 74% or higher in order to receive a pass (P) as a grade for this course). * Other specific grading details are located in the student syllabus for course CRMJ

13 Acknowledgement of Receipt and Understanding After reviewing the North Central State College Criminal Justice Practicum Handbook, please sign the acknowledgement below and return this page to Anne Strouth. Please maintain your copy of the handbook for your records. I,, have read and I have received a copy of the Criminal Justice Program Practicum Handbook. I understand that I have been given an ample opportunity to review this Handbook and seek clarification and/or answers to questions I have regarding the policies and procedures discussed in this Handbook. I further understand and agree that I am required to adhere to the policies and procedures detailed in this Handbook. Signature & Date 11

14 Appendix A CRMJ2190 Practicum Set-up Information: (to be taken during the last semester of the student's degree program) Criminal Justice Students It is imperative that you read this document thoroughly as it is your guide to your placement in your capstone course CRMJ2190 Practicum and Seminar Class. Step One: Begin thinking one semester before you plan to take the course where you would like to conduct your practicum at. You must work for 15 weeks for 14 hours a week totaling 210 hours. This is a lot of time so you must consider your academic schedule!!! Step Two: Contact Anne Strouth via and advise her which field/area/position you would like to perform your practicum in and in which semester you would like to do it in. Send the at least a half of a semester before you plan on taking the course. Placement can take up to 6 weeks. You MUST be "working" at the site by the 2nd week of the semester that you are enrolled in. Step Three: You must have been fingerprinted at our Human Resource Office prior to starting at your site. Make an appointment or stop in during open fingerprinting hours. (This office is across from the cashier's office). A copy of the results must be given to the site supervisor at the beginning of the interview. Step Four: Once you have shared your placement ideas with Anne, she will contact agencies for your placement. Anne will send you an with the name and number of the site supervisor. HOWEVER, it is up to the student to contact the placement site and arrange an interview. All students are required to be interviewed by the placement site to determine if the student is a "good" fit for the agency. Anne does not make recommendations. She only determines if spots are open and informs the agencies that an NCSC student will be making arrangements for the interview. Proper attire must be worn at these interviews. Step Five: If the agency agrees to accept you, send Anne Strouth an indicating such. Anne will then confirm the placement with the site. Once confirmation has been made, Anne will open the course up for the student to go online and register for the course. Registration for the course is not permitted until the student has a confirmed site placement. Step Six: Look for an from Anne Strouth that contains documents that are required to be filled out by the student prior to working at their placement site. 12

15 Appendix A NOTES: If a student wishes to find a site on their own, they are permitted to do this. However, the student may not state "Anne Strouth recommended me." If the student chooses to initiate contact at a site, the student needs to inform the site that they are an NCSC Criminal Justice student and would like to conduct their 210 hour practicum at their agency. If a student chooses this route, the student must send Anne an indicating the agency's name, phone number, and the name of the site supervisor or the name of the person that granted the student permission. Anne will confirm the placement and follow the steps previously stated. The site MUST be Criminal Justice Related. There are many Human Service Sites that can qualify as criminal justice placement sites. If you would like this list (HSMV or CRMJ), please Anne and request a copy. It is up to the student to ensure that the site they choose from this list is criminal justice related. If students find a site that is NOT on the CRMJ list or HSMV list, the student must immediately send an to Anne Strouth and inform her of the site's information. No student is permitted to work at a site unless NCSC has a signed site agreement. This process could take 5-8 weeks. If a student chooses this route, it is the responsibility of the student to contact Anne Strouth in enough advance time so that she can initiate the contract process. Again, begin thinking about your placement location a semester in advance so there is enough time for placements. 13

16 Appendix B List Updated Agency Address City Zip Phone Contact person Yellow Indicates Contracts in Process Contract Updated Abraxas 2775 St. Rt. 39 Shelby Amy Close 2013 Amvets Career Center/Americorps 1395 East Dublin Granville Rd. Columbus Robert Spreng Appleseed Child Care Center 255 Hedges Street Mansfield Debra Loyd Area Agency on Aging 780 Park Avenue West Mansfield Teresa Cook 2013 Ashland City Schools 416 Arthur St. Ashland Dr.Douglas Marrah 2013 Ashland County Cancer Association 380 E. 4th Street Ashland Ashland County Board of DD 1256 South Center St. Ashland Carolyn Akakpo 2013 Ashland County Headstart 527 E. Liberty St. Ashland Ashland County Help Me Grow 1260 S. Center St. Ashland Darlene Woodward 2013 Ashland County Juvenile Detention Center 1260 S. Center St. Ashland Duane Botdorf 2013 Ashland County Mental Health/Recovery 1605 County Rd Ashland Steve Stone 2013 Ashland FCFC 1605 Cty. Rd., 1095 Ashland Diane Karther 2013 Ashland City Police Department 211 E. Main St. Ashland X 1010 Capt. Marcelli 2005 Ashland County Sheriff's Department 1205 East Main St. Ashland ext.2550 Beth Jackenheimer 2013 Ashland Salvation Army KROC 527 E. Liberty St. Ashland Sarah Fairchild 2013 Associated Charities 121 South Street Ashland Rosemarie Donley 2013 BHP of Central Ohio Inc. (Mound Builders) 8402 Blackjack Road Mt. Vernon Robin Lupher Big Brothers Big Sisters - North Central Ohio 380 N. Mulberry St. Mansfield Jim Nicholson Big Brothers Big Sisters - Central Ohio 1855 E. Dublin-GranvilleRd. 1st Floor Columbus Kerry Wears 2013 Brethren Care, Inc Center Street Ashland Larry White 2013 Bucyrus City Schools Board Office 170 Plymouth St. Bucyrus K P Kimmel 2013 Bucyrus Police Department 500 South Sandusky Ave. Bucyrus Capt. Koepke Catholic Charities 2 Smith Avenue Mansfield Rebecca Owens 2013 Central Ohio Diabetes Association 1100 dennison Columbus Roy Bobbit 2013 Center for Ind & Family Services 741 Scholl Road Mansfield Tamara Baldridge 2013 Child Care Choices 601 South Street Galion Dawn Fraizer 2013 Christian Children's Home of Ohio (New 2685 Armstrong Road Wooster Stephanie Cooper

17 Appendix B Beginnings) Agency Address City Zip Phone Contact person Christie Lane Industries 306 South Norwalk Road Norwalk Holly Brinkley Contract Updated Colonial Manor II 747 South Mt. Vernon Avenue Loudonville Community Action - Richland County 597 Park Ave. East Mansfield Jennifer Jennette 2013 Community Counseling Services Inc Stetzer Road Bucyrus Thomas J. Saccenti Community Health Access Project (C.H.A.P.) 35 N. Park St. Suite 132 Mansffield Bethany Bell Country Court Nursing Home 1076 Coshocton Avenue Mt. Vernon WilliamLevering Jr Crawford County Help Me Grow 1520 Isaac Beal Road Bucyrus Cindy Engel/Pam Kalb Crawford County Court of Common Pleas Nelred Kimerline Crawford County Juvenile Court East Mansfield St. Bucyrus Rhonda Neal Crawford County Sheriff's Office 3613 Stetzer Rd Bucyrus Major Castor Crestline Police Department 100 N. Seltzer Rd. Crestline Crystal Care Center 1159 Wyandotte Ave. Mansfield Lori Blanton 2013 Domestic Violence Shelter P.O. Box 1524 Masnfield Jill Donnewirth Empowering and Strengthening Ohio's People (E.S.O.P) 2 Smith Avenue, Suite 236 Mansfield Patrice Chrisman Fairway Waycraft Industries 1650 E. Southern Ave. Bucyrus Charles Frabose 2013 Fredericktown Primary/Fredericktown High School 111 Stadium Drive Fredericktown Emily Furston Freedom Center 106 E. Gamble St. Mt. Vernon Georgette Burnith 2013 Galion City Schools 472 Portland Way North Galion Sandra Powell/Kathy Jenney Galion Police Department 301 Hardingway Road Galion Capt. Siegenthal Galion Pointe Nursing Home (Village Care) 925 Wagner Avenue Galion Miriam Walters 2013 Good Shepherd 622 Center Street Ashland Brooke 2013 H.R. Choices 9 W. Main Street Lucas or Donna Herr Harmony House 124 West 3rd Street Mansfield Mary Lacey 2013 Help Me Grow (Ocie Hill) 445 Bowman St. Mansfield Sherri Jones 2013 Hillside Acres Nursing Home 370 East Howard Willard Tracy Head 2013 Homecare Matters Home Health & Hospice P O Box N. Market St. Galion Bertha Maglott

18 Appendix B Agency Address City Zip Phone Contact person Contract Updated Hospice of Knox County Coshocton Road Mt. Vernon Glenda Toth 2013 Huron County Adult Probation 12 East Main Street, 2nd Floor Norwalk ext.114 Andrea Cooke Huron County Sheriff's Office 255 Shady Lane Rd Norwalk Kid's Connection PO Box 2580 Mansfield Anne Seifert 2013 Kingston of Ashland 20 Amberwood Parkway Ashland Nathan Carder 2013 Knox County Board of DD Upper Gilchrist Road Mt. Vernon Steven Oster 2013 Knox County Juvenile Probation 111 East High Street Mt. Vernon Joe Mazzari, Director Learn and Play 243 South Bever Street Wooster Amber Shearer Lexington Police Department 44 West Main Street Lexington Chief Pauley Liberty Center Connections (Every Woman's House) 104 Spink Street Wooster Lara Ginsburg Mansfield Memorial Homes 50 Blymer Avenue Mansfield Brenda Wachtel 2013 Mansfield Municipal Courl 30 N. Diamond St. Mansfield Janice Wood 2013 Mansfield Municipal Court Probation 30 N. Diamond St. Mansfield Paul Hutchinson Mansfield YMCA 750 Scholl Road Mansfield Velma Bond 2013 Med Central Mansfield Security Paul Johnson McElvain Residential Home 634 McBride Road Mansfield Kathy McElvain 2013 Micki's Creative Options 327 Park Avenue West Mansfield Michele Stambaugh 2013 Mid-Ohio Educational Services 890 West 4th Street, Suite 200 Mansfield Christy Roqueplot 2013 Mifflin Care Center 1600Crider Road Mansfield Bille Rice, RN Mill Creek Nursing and Rehabilitation 900 Wedgewood Circle Galion Jenifer Kofer 2013 NCSC TRIO 2441 Kenwood Circle Mansfield Ashley Benson N.E.C.I.C. 199 N. Main Street Mansfield Shanican Pender 2013 New Beginnings Counseling Center 1756 Park Ave. W. Ontario Nuhop 1077 Twp. Rd Perrysville Ann Bell Oakgrove Manor 1670 Crider Rd. Mansfield Ocie Hill Center PO Box 1986, 445 Bowman Street Mansfield Sherri Jones 2013 Olentangy Woods (Rosewood Manor) 935 Rosewood Dr. Galion Grace Rawlins 2013 Ontario Commons (Infinia Health Care) 2124 Park Ave. West Mansfield Jamie Adkins Orchard Park Assisted Living 500 Wedgewood Court Bucyrus Erin Eichhorn Raemelton Therapeutic Equestrian Center 569 S Trimble Road Mansfield Tara Corringan

19 Appendix B Agency Address City Zip Phone Contact person Contract Updated Richland County Childrens Services 731 Scholl Road Mansfield Valerie Rust 2013 Richland Newhope 314 Cleveland Avenue Mansfield Shawna Hooks Richland County Red Cross 39 N. Park St. Mansfield Katy Davis 2013 Richland County Sheriff Department 55 E 2nd Street Mansfield Maj. Dale Fortney 2013 Richland Correctional Institute 1001 Olivesburg Road Mansfield Carla Bernard Rotary Adult Day Care (Msf. Memor. Homes) 50 Blymer Avenue Mansfield Karla Hale Salvation Army-Mansfield 47 S. Main St. Mansfield Ashanti Ginn 2013 Southern Care Hospice 775 Lexington Avenue,Suite M Mansfield Christina Littleton 2013 Starting Point Outreach Center 117 Myrtle Avenue Willard Donald Peeler 2013 Success Unlimited 171 Park Avenue East Mansfield Dan Dickman 2013 Sycamore Run Nursing Home 6180 St. Rt. 83 Millersburg Angela Willard 2013 The Domestic Violence Shelter P O Box 1524 Mansfield Trisa Allen 2013 The Village Network P O Box 518 Smithville Patty Hamblin 2013 Third Street Family Health Services 600 W Third Street Mansfield Jared Pollick 2013 Tomorrow Center School 103 W. High St. PO Box 216 Edison ext Michael Heath 2013 UMADOAP 400 Bowman Street Mansfeild Denise Baker 2013 Volunteers of America of Greater Ohio 921 N. Main Street Mansfield Kristin Weaver/Latacia Moore 2013 Volunteer of America Transitional Housing 921 N. Main Street Mansfield Wayne County Children's Services 2534 Burbank Road Wooster Robin Joyce 2013 Wayne County Municipal Court Probation 215 N. Grant St. Wooster Jim Defelice, Chief of Probation Wayne County Red Cross 244 W. South St. Wooster Margi Green 2013 Wedgewood Estates 600 South Trimble Road Mansfield Abby Granger 2013 Willard Mercy Hospital 110 East Howard Street Willard Julie Landoll/Lynn Detterman 2013 Winchester Terrace Nursing Home 70 Winchester Road Mansfield Kathleen King 2013 Wynford Local Schools 3288 Holmes Center Road Bucyrus Steve Mohr 2013 Your Human Resource Center 2587 Back Orrville Road Wooster Ralph Hunn

20 Appendix C CRJ-Online Courses CRMJ2190 Seminar Class Online Practicum- in the field Orientation/Notification and Directions Welcome to your Criminal Justice Online Course. This document will explain the requirements and processes for successful completion of this course. We will be using Canvas for this course so you must be familiar with its components and functions. To do this you must complete the following: 1. Step 1 - Complete the orientation rules- read your from me. Once you have been permitted to enroll, I will send you an with directions. The will be sent to your ncstate account (that is listed below so that you will know what to look for) 2. Step 2 - Read All Tutorials to understand how to navigate and use Canvas 3. Step 3 - Read the Student Course Syllabus. 4. Step 4 - the instructor with any questions and the instructor indicating when you have completed the orientation. You need to log into your NC Student account and send the . Please do not use the in-box in canvas for this piece of communication. 5. **FAILURE TO View the Orientation and post your Week 1 post on time WILL RESULT IN YOU BEING DROPPED FROM THE COURSE -- NO EXCEPTIONS.** Week one work is located under your assignment tab. Be sure to look at your due dates. (Below is the that will be sent to you) Orientation/Rules and Notification: The following explains the requirements and processes for successful completion of this course. We will be using Canvas for this course so you must be familiar with its components and functions. To do this you must complete the following: 1. Log onto the North Central State College Website and then Click on the canvas tab. 2. Complete the tutorials that are available so that you understand the functions and components of Canvas. 3. Once you log on into the course, you will find on the left side of your page, several tabs that we will be using for this course. Click on the Home tab or Module tab to get started in this course. Once there, click on Welcome to our Course. The assignment tab (on the left side of your screen, NOT the top of the screen) is where ALL of your work for this course will be located. The Announcement page is used to communicate weekly items to you. Please read the announcements weekly. 4. You should have been given information as to the minimum computer requirements and programs for this course. If you are not sure, please contact the Student Success Center. Please also read "Required Technologies and Skills Needed tab. You can access this by clicking next or click on home or click on module to the left of your screen. Once there, you will see the page that was referred to. 18

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