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CJK0330 Supervising Special Populations

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0 credit hour(s)
Prerequisite(s): admission to FPSI program.
Students are exposed to the process for accepting a subject into a county detention facility, the process for accepting an inmate into a state detention facility, and searching an inmate and his or her property for contraband. Other topics include the inventory of an inmate’s property for storage, types of personal items issued to inmates, the importance of taking clear fingerprints, fingerprinting a subject, the relationship between the Florida Crime Information Center and the National Crime, Information Center (FCIC/NCIC), the legal issues involving criminal history information, the classification process for placing inmates in appropriate housing areas, the process for releasing an inmate, and how to check for any outstanding holds or detainers on an inmate. 20 clock hours. Does not count toward A.A. degree.


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