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CRM 430: Correctional Systems: DVDs and Films on Demand
This course is designed to be a comprehensive overview of our government's response to convicted criminal offenders. The origins, evolution, processes, and current problems of correctional systems will be the topics of study. More specifically, the course
Takes you into the real world of high-tech detection and crime solution, following the trail of clues along with renowned forensic experts and criminal investigators. These modern Sherlocks employ a variety of extraordinary techniques, using anthropology, physiology, chemistry, entomology, psychology, and computer technology to solve today's crimes.
Graham Backhouse was a farmer who wasn't well received by his community. One morning, Graham found a dead sheep's head on his property with a note reading 'You're next'. Later, his wife Margaret needed Graham's car to run errands, but when she started it a bomb ignited and nearly killed her. Graham then received another death threat. Shortly after, the police responded to a call from the farm. Graham had shot and killed his next door neighbour supposedly out of self-defense. Police questioned Graham and found he had actually manipulated the crime scene, the death threats and the bomb all to benefit from his wife's life insurance
Films on Demand
includes the Humanities and Social Sciences Collection, Science Collection, Business and Economics Collection, and Health Collection. Videos can be watched in their entirety, or as individual segments, on your computer.