Graduate Outcomes - Riverland

Criminal Justice – Corrections

Program Graduate Outcomes

Upon completion of this program, the graduate will:

  • Recognize the mission, goals, and objectives a of professional criminal justice/law enforcement agency.
  • Discern the interrelationships of social, legal, cultural, political, and economic systems engaged by the individual citizens and communities.
  • Understand the process by which laws, statutes, and ordinances are enacted and their interrelationships.
  • Identify and describe the different types of correctional institutions and their functions, purposes, and objectives.
  • Describe and discuss the process by which laws, statutes, and ordinances are enacted and their interrelationship with corresponding sanctions and correction treatment processes.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and use of interrogation and interview techniques.
  • Explain the importance of recognizing areas of conflict and mediating a solution.
  • Demonstrate an understanding and knowledge of Minnesota Criminal Law.
  • Understand the procedures and requirements for conducting interrogations.
  • Recognize the legal requirements when processing juveniles in the criminal justice system.
  • Understand the victim’s role in the criminal justice system.