Hard copies of all assignments should be mailed to:
Dr. Leonard Territo, Distinguished Professor
Department of Criminal Justice
University Campus MC 2067
PO Box 6665
Saint Leo, FL 33574-6665
If you require students to watch videos, you will want to mention that in your syllabus
As part of this class we will be watching and discussing the following videos:
for more information as to how this videos fits into the course and when these discussions will occur, please review the Course Schedule and Assignment overview. This videos is available in the Cannon Memorial Library and/or ILL. Do not wait until the last minute to watch this video as there are 30+ students in the class. Use your time wisely.
CRJ 500 International Sex Trafficking of Women and Children
This course is intended to accomplish a number of objectives. First, it will examine a great deal of the existing scholary research available on the international sex trafficking of women and children. Second, it will examine what is presently being done by law enforcement agencies around the world to cope with the problem. Third, it will examine the psychological and physical impact these crimes have upon victims, as well as the efforts by mental health workers to assist them in achieving some semblance of normalcy. Fourth, it will examine what efforts are being made by govermental agencies and non-governmental agencies throughout the world to address the problem of sex trafficking of women and children and the actions they are taking to deal with the problem.
Upon completion of this course students will be able to:
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