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Persons conducting investigations into child abuse and neglect, adult/elder abuse and neglect, child care delivery, other kinds of personal care, as well as workplace issues, and accidents have a need for theoretical knowledge and skills to conduct non-police investigations. This course meets that need. On completion of this course, students will be able to design and conduct non-police investigations in an area of their choice. In addition, through an understanding of human memory and other factors in interview situations, students will be able to conduct valid interviews and obtain accurate information from their subjects. At completion, students will be able to understand and apply ethical principles to interviews and investigations and are able to work with special populations such as children and the intellectually challenged. Note: This course aligns with the Community and Human Services area of study guidelines for Skills and Application. This course was previously CHS-253174 Investigation for Protective Services.
Course Area: Human Services
Level: Upper Level Undergraduate
Dates: 01-17-2023 - 04-28-2023
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- Local Course ID: 23SP_ESC_CHFS3055_01
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- Transfer Credits
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