CRJ-260
Medicolegal Death Investigation
3 Credit Hours

This course aims at making the subject of death investigation comprehensible to a wide variety of students who are planning on being aligned with the criminal justice profession. This course introduces the non-scientific student to the field of death investigations. This course provides information to conduct a scientific, systematic, and thorough death scene investigation. Content includes information regarding the investigation of natural and unnatural cases of death such as asphyxia death, toxicological deaths, childhood deaths, firearm deaths, and deaths due to blunt and sharp force injury, as well as deaths from the natural disease processes.