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1 CJJ 3024 (Section 6210) Advanced Principles of Criminal Justice INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Jodi Lane Spring 2013 Tuesday, Period 2-3 (8:30-10:25 am) & day, Period (9:35-10:25 am) Little Hall, Room 101 Department of Sociology and Criminology & Law Office: Turlington Hall, Room 3332 Office Hours: Tuesday/day 10:30-11:30 (or by appt. or via ) Phone: (352) TA: Ashley Price Kuhn Office Hours: Tuesday & day 4:30-5:30 pm Office: Turlington 3333 Course Description This course is an introductory class, designed to introduce you to the criminal justice and juvenile justice system components, including police, courts, corrections, and capital punishment. We will also discuss crime policy, court cases, crime statistics, and fear of crime. The course is required for Criminology majors and counts as three credits for the social and behavioral sciences general education requirement (S). Required Reading & Purchases There are two books required for this course, a few additional readings, and a TurningPoint clicker: 1) Siegel, Larry J. & Worrall, John L. (2013). Essentials of Criminal Justice. 8 th Edition. Wadsworth Cengage: Belmont, CA. ISBN: (S&W) Available at the bookstores, online or at the publisher website in hard copy, loose leaf, or as an ebook for a discount (www.cengagebrain.com) 2) Thompson-Cannino, Jennifer & Cotton, Ronald with Erin Torneo. (2009). Picking Cotton: Our Memoir of Injustice and Redemption. New York: St. Martin s Press. ISBN: (T&C) Available at the bookstores, online and in multiple formats (e.g., hard copy, CD, ebook, Kindle Edition). It can be purchased very inexpensively online. 3) There will also be a few additional readings posted on the Elearning site (assigned for the last few weeks of class) 4) TurningPoint Clicker Response Card, models RCRF-01, -02, or -03 (LCD display) will work fine (for this class we will not be using response ware ). Lane, CCJ3024 Advanced Principles Syllabus, Spring 2013 Page 1

2 Info on purchasing clickers (from the UFL website): o Students can purchase TurningPoint clickers (also known as remotes or transmitters) at local textbook o o stores. The last reported retail price for the RCRF-02 clickers was $ Students can also purchase clickers for $ shipping from directly from TurningPoint. Go to and enter the code 4ufl. Shipping cost varies between approximately $5 and $35 depending on the shipping method selected. Students may resell and reuse clickers at their discretion through any available means. You must register your clicker on the course elearning site (https://lss.at.ufl.edu under Tests & Quizzes no later than January 18, We will use this clicker to: 1) Take real-time polls in class 2) Take quizzes/do class activities (These will be labeled as such). 1) Exams (75% of grade) Assignments and Grading There will be 4 exams in this course (see weekly schedule for test dates). They will each be worth 25 points each, and we will keep your TOP THREE scores, if we have record that you continued to attend class every day after Exam 3 through the last day of lecture. We will take attendance every day, but this will not be posted on Sakai. We will keep it in our own Excel gradebook, and it will be recorded based on a sign-in sheet each day. If you have signed in every day, you can assume that you do not have to take Exam 4, unless you want to or unless you have dropped a different test for some reason (e.g., missed an exam). If you choose to stop coming to class after three exams, you must take Exam 4. If you stop attending class after Exam 3 and do not take Exam 4, we will keep the last three exam scores (including the 0 on Exam 4) to determine your grade. Exam 4 is on the last day of class (Tuesday, April 23) and is not cumulative. We are dropping one test score so that people who must miss an exam due to an emergency will not be penalized. Consequently, there will be no make-up or early exams. If you miss an exam for any reason, it will count as your dropped score. If you miss two or more exams, you will earn 0s on the additional missed exams. Exams may include multiple choice and true/false questions. They are typically about 75% lecture and 25% reading material. There will be review sessions scheduled for all exams by the teaching assistant. She will expect you to come to the review sessions with questions and will not simply re-cover all class material. 2) In-Class Activities (10%) We will also periodically do class activities, which may include real-time quizzes using the Turning Point clickers or in-class writing assignments. We will do at least five and they will be worth 2 points each. If we do more than 5, we will keep your top 5 scores. For in-class writing assignments, if you answer all questions thoughtfully, you will earn the credit. If you do not, we will award partial credit. These in-class activities are to help you think about the issues raised in the class and to help make sure you come to class, pay attention, and read the assignments. Lane, CCJ3024 Advanced Principles Syllabus, Spring 2013 Page 2

3 3) 4-5 Page Reaction Paper on Picking Cotton (10%) Due April 2 You will also write a 4-5 page (double-spaced/1inch margins/12 point font) reaction/reflection paper (maximum 6 double-spaced pages) on the supplemental book, Picking Cotton. There will be a specific assignment posted for this paper (on Sakai), and we will have a grading rubric to show how points are distributed. It will be due April 2 in class. I will not accept late papers, no matter the excuse. It s a good idea to do this paper early. It is ok to turn it in early. 4) Research Experience 10 units of participation (5%) by April 1 (alternatives) or April 24 (studies) Much of what we know about crime and criminal justice is learned through systematic, empirical research. To allow students to understand how this process works, the Criminology, Law and Society program has research experience opportunities, in which students are able to participate in research projects conducted by faculty and graduate students. For this class, you must use the research experience website and 1) volunteer to participate in research projects and/or 2) choose to do alternative assignments (in lieu of research). Alternative assignments generally involve reading and writing a short paper. I will not know which of those you choose. You may only use studies or alternative assignments approved by the criminology, law and society research experience website for this portion of your grade. Research Experience Units are designed so that you will receive 1 Research Experience Unit through the SONA system for each half hour you spend gaining research experience. For this course, you need to earn 10 Units (which roughly equates to 5 hours) total to earn full credit. If you are taking more than one Criminology and Law class that requires research participation, you MAY NOT overlap units. For example, if you are enrolled in both Law and Society and Advanced Principles of Criminal Justice, you must complete the required units of research for Law and Society in addition to the required units of research for Advanced Principles of Criminal Justice. We will discuss how to sign up for these credits in class (and I will post the link to the participant pool website on Sakai). The link is: https://sites.google.com/site/clsparticipantpooluf/. The last day to participate in a study is April 24, 2013, no later than 5 pm. The last day to participate in an alternative assignment is April 1, 2013, no later than 5 pm. There will not be an extension past these dates, so it is important that you plan ahead when deciding which assignments you are going to complete. Please do not sign up to participate in research unless you intend to show up. It costs researchers if you fail to show up when you say that you will. Please cancel your appointment at least 24 hours in advance if you cannot make your study. In case of emergency, the experimenter directly. If you have questions about the Research Experience Units in general, please the Research Experience coordinator at If you have questions about a specific Research Experience Unit opportunity, please the specific researcher listed for that opportunity within the SONA system. DO NOT contact me or the teaching assistant because the Research Experience Units are NOT maintained by us. The Research Experience coordinator will let me know how many Units you have completed within two days of the end of classes for the semester once all of the research is over and experimenters have entered credits. Lane, CCJ3024 Advanced Principles Syllabus, Spring 2013 Page 3

4 Extra Credit Options (5 points maximum) 1) You can get a maximum of 3 points extra credit by doing one of the following and writing a 2 page, double-spaced reaction paper to it based on class material: a. Doing a ride along with a police officer or sheriff (UPD, GPD, ACSO, etc.) b. Observing Felony or Misdemeanor court for at least one hour Your paper must include some type of proof that you did this. Examples of proof might include but are not limited to: The business card of the police officer (or note) with his/her handwriting and signature indicating the date and time of your ride along The card/note and signature of one of the security officers at the courthouse indicating the date and time you visited. An image of the court docket outside the courtroom for that day taken by your phone/camera) along with a copy of handwritten notes taken in the court room. To get full credit, this paper must include class material (e.g., using specific examples-- how did what you saw match or not match what you read in the book or heard in class?). More information about contact information and how to arrange these visits is posted on Elearning/Sakai. 2) You can get an additional 2 points extra credit if you donate 4 or more paperback books for the Florida State Prison book drive no later than April 16 th, 2013 This year, due to budget cuts, the Florida State Prison (FSP) library has no budget to buy books or materials. Because books get used a lot in this prison, they wear out quickly. The prison has been very good about allowing my students to visit. So, I have agreed to conduct an ongoing book drive to get donated books for the inmates. These books must be appropriate (not too overtly sexual or too violent) and must be paperback only. They do not have to be new. If you choose to donate 4 or more paperback books to the book drive, I will award you 2 extra credit points for the class. I see this as one way to do a community service for the people we discuss in this class every day. Books are particularly important to FSP, because people are locked in their cells 24/7/365, except for about 3 hours of recreation per week in an individual cage ( dog run ). Books keep them busy and their minds occupied. You can donate books at any time over the semester, but no later than April 16, 2013 to get extra credit. In fact, you can continue to donate books to me after the semester ends, if you want. They will be happy to have whatever you are willing to share. Lane, CCJ3024 Advanced Principles Syllabus, Spring 2013 Page 4

5 Final Grading Breakdown Final Grading Scale** (Total Points in Class) % Exam Score 1 25 A Exam Score 2 25 A Exam Score 3 25 B Class Activities 10 B Paper 10 B Research Experience (10 units) 5 C % C Possible additions: C Extra Credit Paper (ride along/court) 3 D Book Drive Donation (4+ paperbacks) 2 D % E 60 There is no curve in this class. **This will be the final grading scale. If you get a total number of points ending in.5 (e.g., 89.5), I will round up your score to the next whole digit if it affects your final letter grade. If you barely miss a grade you wanted, I will NOT make arrangements with you to boost your grade. Consistency across students is important, so do not ask me to give you options that are not available to the class as a whole. POLICY REGARDING QUESTIONING GRADES You are welcome to come to our office hours or make an appointment to look over your exams, which I recommend if you feel you did not do as well as expected on a test. This helps you understand why you scored as you did, and it helps you know better how to study and take the next test. For paper assignments, we use a grading sheet to make clear how we made decisions about grades and to be consistent across students (e.g., points are given to each part of the assignment). Students regularly want to question their grades, either because they do not know why something was graded a specific way or because they are a point or two away from a higher grade in the course. Please feel free to ask us if you don t understand why you lost points on an assignment or test. It is important for you to know how things were graded, so you can do better next time. However, please be aware that I m much less open to people who want to wiggle a point or two simply to improve their grade, because it is very important to me that you are all graded consistently and fairly. Consequently, I want to make clear my policy on reexamining your grades: 1) If you have questions about your grade on an exam, paper, activity, etc., you have TWO WEEKS after the grade is posted on Sakai in which to come to us to question your grade (that is, to ask for point changes based on justifiable criteria). After that time period, the grade stands (even if you did not check the grade until after that time Lane, CCJ3024 Advanced Principles Syllabus, Spring 2013 Page 5

6 period). However, you can see your exams at any time during the course, and I encourage you to do so to help you prepare for the next one. Be aware that I write the exams and the keys to the exams myself. 2) If you have questions about the grading of papers or activities, please see the teaching assistant first. She grades them with my specific guidance (e.g., grade sheets I create), and I generally will support the grading choices. She has read all the papers closely and knows why you were graded as you were. If the two of you continue to disagree, I am willing to discuss the issue with you both before making a decision on how to proceed. 3) Should you raise serious questions about how something was graded, we reserve the right to re-grade your entire assignment (meaning your grade may go up or down). POLICY ON RECORDING GRADES We keep an official gradebook in Excel, which serves as our master gradebook. We also post the grades in the gradebook (Gradebook 2) on elearning, so you can know your grades as you progress through the course. In rare circumstances, these gradebooks conflict for a particular score (e.g., one was typed in incorrectly). In these cases, we will use the master gradebook in Excel as the standard rather than the one posted in elearning, unless the student in question can produce proof that the Excel gradebook is incorrect (e.g., the graded assignment). We double check the Excel and elearning gradebooks and want to assure that we will make every effort to make sure both gradebooks are correct. We realize that your grades are very important to you (as they should be!). CLAS Policy on Incompletes "I" grades should be assigned only after the instructor and the student have explicitly arranged, before the final exam for the course, to have the student complete exams or other required course work after the semester is over. The "I" arrangement should be used only when the student is doing passing work ("D" or better) in the course at the time of the arrangement. **Please note, that I rarely assign incompletes, unless there is a medical emergency or other appropriate reason for doing so. POLICY ON CHEATING CHEATING IS NOT WORTH IT! I take plagiarism very seriously. If I think you are cheating on a test, I will take your exam and give you a 0 for that test. I will also give you a 0 on any assignment on which you cheat. I reserve the right to pursue the formal channels for plagiarism set down in UF policy. I suggest you not even consider cheating on any exam or on any of the other assignments. One assignment (or class) is not worth ruining your university career. You may find the university s honesty policy at There is a link to this policy on the class website. I expect you to read this policy and abide by it. Lane, CCJ3024 Advanced Principles Syllabus, Spring 2013 Page 6

7 RESPECT IN THE CLASSROOM I intend to respect you in the classroom, and I ask that you respect me, the teaching assistant and your fellow students. This means the following class rules: 1) Read all assigned material before coming to lecture and be willing to discuss class topics 2) Be on time and do not pack up until I am finished 3) Turn off cell phones (silent is ok, but if you have an emergency call please leave the room to talk) 4) Do not text or play on the internet (like Facebook) we will watch you and ask you to stop (or leave). 5) Remain quiet during lecture 6) Be courteous to fellow students (and instructors), even if their opinions are very different from your own 7) Turn in assignments when they are due 8) Take all tests at their designated times 9) Do not cheat on anything Note: I may ask the teaching assistant to walk around the room (or sit in the back) and ask people to stop using the internet or playing with their phones if it becomes a problem in lecture (meaning close the laptop or put the phone away). This behavior is distracting to other students who are interested in learning the material being discussed. (I know that when you are looking at your lap and smiling/laughing, you re not laughing at my lecture!). Please respect your fellow students and the instructors and do this stuff on your own time. If people continue to be disrespectful after we ask them to stop, they may be asked to leave the room. CLASS NOTE SHELLS AVAILABLE ON SAKAI & IMPORTANCE OF MOVIES/SPEAKERS I tend to teach a lot of material. Consequently, before class the day of each particular lecture (sometimes earlier), I (or the TA) will post on the Sakai site a set of slides with some material and some blank spaces for you to write in what we cover that day. (This ensures you come to class rather than just print the notes!). I suggest you print these slide shells and bring them to the class each day (you can print more than one slide per page). You ll do MUCH LESS WRITING. A NOTE ABOUT IN-CLASS MOVIES & CLASS VISITORS: These movies and class visitors are class material another way to teach you about criminal justice. They are on the exams. THE MOVIES ARE NOT AVAILABLE TO VIEW OUTSIDE OF CLASS. If you do not come to class, it is your responsibility to get the notes from another student. I suggest you make it a priority to come to class on the days we show movies and have class speakers. For Students with Disabilities: Students requesting classroom accommodations for disabilities must first register with the Dean of Students Office. The Dean of Students will provide documentation to the Lane, CCJ3024 Advanced Principles Syllabus, Spring 2013 Page 7

8 student who must then provide the documentation to Dr. Lane when requesting accommodation. Class Friends (To share notes and study together) Name Name Name Name Name Phone/ Phone/ Phone/ Phone/ Phone/ Lane, CCJ3024 Advanced Principles Syllabus, Spring 2013 Page 8

9 Topic List and Reading Assignments Advanced Principles of Criminal Justice Dr. Lane Spring 2013 Week Day Date Tentative Lecture Topic & Daily Tasks (This may change depending on speed of course. I will notify you regarding lectures covered on each test) 1 Tues 1/8 1) Syllabus Introduction to the topic 2) The Criminal Justice System: Structure and Terms 3) The Juvenile Justice System: Structure and Terms Reading(s) (DUE THAT DAY) (will not change) S&W: Chapter 1 S&W: Chapter 13 1/10 Crime and Victimization: Definitions, Measurement, and Statistics S&W: Chapter 2 2 Tues 1/15 Special Crime Groups: Juveniles and Gangs NONE 3 Tues 1/17 Consequences of Crime: Emotional & Physical Responses, Fear of Crime, Community Problems *Personal Information Sheet Due* *Register Clickers in Sakai by Tomorrow, January 18!* 1/22 Criminal Law & Crime Policy Special Crime Group: Sex Offenders Turning Point Clickers Required in Class Starting Today T&C: Chapters 1-3 S&W: Chapter 3 T&C: Chapter 4 Lane, CCJ3024 Advanced Principles Syllabus, Spring 2013 Page 9

10 Week Day Date Tentative Lecture Topic & Daily Tasks (This may change depending on speed of course. I will notify you regarding lectures covered on each test) Reading(s) (DUE THAT DAY) (will not change) 4 Tues 1/24 Police: History & Organization S&W: Chapter 4 1/29 **TEST 1** **MOVIE: Last half of class: Lisa Ling Video on Sex Offenders in Florida NONE 1/31 Police: Role & Function S&W: Chapter 5 T&C: Chapter 5 5 Tues 2/5 Police: Special Issues Culture, Discretion, Brutality, Profiling, Etc. S&W: Chapter 6 T&C: Chapter 6 6 Tues 7 Tues 2/7 **MOVIE: Peter Jennings Reporting: LAPD** T&C: Chapter 7 2/12 Police Rules T&C: Chapter 8 2/14 Class Visitor: Gainesville Police Department S&W: Chapter 7 T&C: Chapter 9 2/19 Courts: Structure & People (on Test 3) S&W: Chapter 8 T&C: Chapter 10 (on Test 2) 2/21 **TEST 2** NONE Lane, CCJ3024 Advanced Principles Syllabus, Spring 2013 Page 10

11 Week Day Date Tentative Lecture Topic & Daily Tasks (This may change depending on speed of course. I will notify you regarding lectures covered on each test) Reading(s) (DUE THAT DAY) (will not change) 8 Tues 2/26 Courts: Procedures, Punishment & Sentencing **MOVIE: The Plea**(Last 60 minutes) S&W: Chapter 9 9 Tues 10 Tues 2/28 Probation T&C: Chapter /5- **Spring Break: No School!** 3/7 3/12 Class Visitors: Alachua County Drug Court Staff and Clients NONE S&W: Chapter 10 T&C: Chapter Tues 3/14 Class Visitor: Daniel Irick, US Attorney s Office, Middle District of Florida 3/19 **TEST 3** **MOVIE: TBA S&W: Chapter 11 T&C: Chapter NONE 12 Tues 3/21 Community Corrections and Intermediate Sanctions T&C: Chapter /26 **MOVIE: The Farm** S&W: Chapter 12 3/28 Corrections: Institutional Corrections, Prisoners Rights, Living in Prison T&C: Chapter 19-Afterward Lane, CCJ3024 Advanced Principles Syllabus, Spring 2013 Page 11

12 Week Day Date Tentative Lecture Topic & Daily Tasks (This may change depending on speed of course. I will notify you regarding lectures covered on each test) Reading(s) (DUE THAT DAY) (will not change) 13 Tues 4/2 **MOVIE: Aileen** PICKING COTTON PAPER DUE in class (No late papers accepted) NONE 4/4 Living in Prison The Function of Humor for Prison Inmates (on Elearning) 14 Tues 4/9 State of the Art Approaches to Treatment Last Day to Turn in Extra Credit Paper on Ride Along/Court Visit Implementing Evidence-Based Practice (on Elearning) 4/11 Corrections: Reentry & Parole Urban Institute Reentry Portfolio Summary (on Elearning) 15 Tues 4/16 The Death Penalty **Book Drive Donations Due for Extra Credit** Smart on Crime: Reconsidering the Death Penalty in a Time of Economic Crisis (on Elearning) 16 Tues 4/18 **Movie: The Empty Chair: Death Penalty Yes or No** NONE 4/23 **TEST 4** Lane, CCJ3024 Advanced Principles Syllabus, Spring 2013 Page 12

13 4/25 Reading Day No Class Lane, CCJ3024 Advanced Principles Syllabus, Spring 2013 Page 13

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