Amelia-Nottoway Technical Center
Cultivating Career Ready Citizens Through Education, Empowerment, & Employment
Mrs. Dushunna Scott
Criminal Justice I/II Instructor
Off-Site Office Hours
Every Tuesday @ 2pm
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Mrs. Scott's Library
Want to know more about criminal justice agencies such as the FBI, Department of Justice, or LAPD? Want to know more about Criminal Justice career choices? Visit our library to read books created by ANTC Criminal Justice students!
Cyber Bullying & Cyber Security Resources
Criminal Justice I/II
Criminal Justice I: Students are introduced to law, public safety, corrections, and security practices. Students examine contemporary issues in the criminal justice system and explore crime scene investigation, criminal investigation, court procedures, policing, and juvenile justice. This course provides a foundation for careers as lawyers, as forensics specialists, and as law enforcement and corrections officers.
Criminal Justice II: Students apply knowledge learned in Criminal Justice I through practical scenarios involving crime scene investigation, criminal investigation, and crisis intervention. Students explore trends in in correctional standards and in identifying and preventing terror threats. This course prepares students for careers as lawyers, forensics specialists, and law enforcement and corrections officers.
Access Criminal Justice Learning Packets
Week of March 30
Week of April 6
Week of April 13