Preventing Crime and Antisocial Behaviour: Designing & Evaluating Programs CRIM 441 (3)
An applied course in which students will learn to design and evaluate evidence-based programs targeting the prevention or reduction of specific criminal and antisocial behaviours. Examples of programs include those targeting: gangs; drug use; bullying; aggression; school drop-out; child sexual abuse; domestic violence; online piracy, and gambling addiction. Prerequisite: CRIM 101 and CRIM 220. Students who took CRIM 417 Current Issues in Criminology and Criminal Justice Preventing Crime & Antisocial Behaviour in Fall 2013 may not take this course for further credit.