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History and Social Sciences

Organizational Behavior and Management in Law Enforcement

Course Code: HCS-210

Course Description : This course explores critical issues related to public safety administration and an understanding of the laws, programs, agencies, and institutions involved in the provision of public safety. Managers in public safety agencies and institutions deal with several challenges arising from environmental and natural disasters to the nature and operation of correctional institutions. Responsibilities of managers in these institutions include the development and administration of mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery programs to address these challenges. In addition, issues related to community resilience, social, economic and political vulnerabilities, and ethical responses to risk management need to be considered and understood by public managers engaged in the provision of safety to communities. The course addresses these and other issues within the context of disaster management, homeland security, criminal justice administration, and fire/emergency management.

Department Description : History and Social Science

  • Credit: 3 - 0
  • Lecture Hours: 3.0

Prerequisites:

HCS-121

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