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criminal procedure: week 1: do not buy

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criminal procedure: week 1: do not buy Lawe 2122

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Date Created: 09/26/16
ROCHESTER COMMUNITY AND THECHNICAL COLLEGE Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice Program LAWE 2119 – 01: Minnesota Statutes and Traffic Law Fall Semester 2016 3 Semester Credits August 23 – December 16  Time: 10:00 am – 11:15 am.  Tuesday, Thursday Room: HB­108 Instructor: Randy Mohawk Email: Office:HB­112 Phone: 280­3117 Office Hours: Mon. Weds. & Fri. by appointment.  Tues. & Thur. (11:30 am – 2 pm) Text:  1) Minnesota Criminal Code 2015 or 2016, Minnesota County Attorneys Association 2) Minnesota Traffic Code 2015 or 2016, Minnesota County Attorneys Association Number 1 rule: “READ THE DAMN BOOK” Catalog Description:   The major content of this course deals with Criminal statutes that the  new peace officer would most likely deal with during the course of their first year of  employment as well as formalization of Minnesota Traffic Code as prescribed by the Minnesota  Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training. Students will learn the importance of a proper  knowledge of Criminal and Traffic Statutes. Students will also learn how to take a situation and  decide what charges should be filed (what laws have been broken). Goals of the Course: This course is designed to introduce the student to Minnesota Criminal &  Traffic Statutes.  Objectives of the Course:  The student will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the  Minnesota Criminal Statutes as well as demonstrate an understanding of the Minnesota Traffic  Statutes Methods of the course:  This course is presented in the classroom through the use of lectures,  worksheets, class discussions How to successfully complete this course: This course is designed to focus on the textbook as  the primary resource and evaluative material, with the instructor providing selected readings that  complement the text.  Written chapter assignments will be the tools students use to display their  knowledge and understanding of the issues presented. Successful students will have paced  themselves throughout the semester, will have submitted written assignments on a regular basis  ROCHESTER COMMUNITY AND THECHNICAL COLLEGE Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice Program and within the timelines specified in the syllabus, and will have engaged other students and the  instructor in substantive discussion during class lectures. All class news and announcements will  be communicated through your RCTC email and the D2L software. The most successful  students will read the required material before attending class each day and check daily for news and announcements from the instructor through e­mail and the D2L site. D2L will also be used for posting the syllabus and for posting the grades.  No other  material will be posted to the D2L site. Technical Support for D2L: If you are having issues with your computer, D2L accesses, or other related issues concerning  technology, contact the Technology Support Center. Phone: 507­536­5555 e­mail: Location: GL (Goddard Library) Room 108 Grading:  Grades will be based on the following exams and Tests as well as worksheets and  daily quizzes as assigned by the instructor: Traffic Test: #1 ­ 168 #2 ­ 169.011 #3 ­ 169.06 – 169.08 #4 ­ 169.09 #5 ­ 169.10 – 169.36 Comprehensive Test: Traffic Criminal Test:  #1­ 609.01 – 609.215, 629.32 & 629.33 #2 ­ 609.221 – 609.2691 #3 ­ 609.27 – 609.353 #4 ­ 609.355 – 609.50 #5 ­ 609.501 – 609.621 #6 ­ 609.625 – 609.735 #7 ­ 609.74 – 609.856 Comprehensive Test: Criminal Exams will consist of multiple choice, fill in the blank, true­false, and/or essay questions. Final Grades ROCHESTER COMMUNITY AND THECHNICAL COLLEGE Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice Program There are approximately 666 total points for this course.  Additional points can be added at the  discretion of the instructor.  Final grades will be based on the student’s accumulated point total  compared to the total points available.  This percentage is then checked against the following  scale: 92 ­ 100% = A 83 ­ 91% = B 74 ­ 82% = C 65 ­ 73% = D 64% ­ Below = F Reading Assignments: Reading assignments are set in the syllabus, and/or will be given during  class sessions.  It is the student’s responsibility to make sure the reading material is completed  prior to the class session.   Worksheets and Written assignments:  Worksheets and Written assignments are due by the  beginning of the class session on the given date set in the syllabus.  Worksheets must be type  written on a separate sheet of paper.  NO hand written worksheets will be accepted.   No  assignments will be accepted by e­mail ▯ Late Assignments: Written assignments and worksheets will be accepted late for one  week (7 Days) for an excused absence, but for only half points of the final grade for that  assignment. Excused absence will follow the policies as set forth in the student handbook and  will be equally enforced in this class. Late Tests / Quizzes:  All make­up tests must be completed within one week (7 days) of the  date the scheduled exam was given, no exceptions.  No tests will be given prior to the  established testing date. There is not make­up of missed daily quizzes. Attendance:  Attendance is encouraged but not required.  However, regular attendance will be  taken which could affect any background checks that might occur in the future.  All material  assigned and covered in class will be used in forming course exams.  Students are responsible for finding out about information covered and assignments missed. Cell Phones and Laptops Cell Phones: There is no reason for cell phones to be on during class time.  They are considered  to be disruptive towards student learning and will not be allowed to be on during class­time.   Texting or any other forms of cell phones communication is prohibited during class. ROCHESTER COMMUNITY AND THECHNICAL COLLEGE Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice Program Laptops: Laptops may be used in the classroom for assignments related to this course.  It is not  to be used to complete assignments in other classes or for internet browsing.   Violation of cell phone or laptop usage will result in the student being asked to leave the class for that session.  Repeated violations will result in a reprimand in your student file which could  affect any future employment. All other policies described in the student handbook will also be equally enforced in this class.  Students who have any disability, which might affect their performance in this class, are  encouraged to speak with the instructor at the beginning of the semester. Academic Honesty The primary academic mission of Rochester Community and Technical College is the  exploration and dissemination of knowledge.  Academic honesty and integrity are integral to the  academic process. Academic dishonesty ­ cheating, plagiarism, and collusion ­ is a serious  offense which undermines the educational process and the learning experience for the entire  college community. Students should become familiar with the MnSCU/RCTC policy 3.6 Student Conduct and  academic dishonesty.  Any student found in violation of this policy will be suspended from  class pending formal disciplinary action. All aspects of this syllabus, including the following schedule are subject to change. Class Schedule Date Activity / Assignment 08/23 Introduction – Expectations and Outcomes & Chapter 168 08/25 Traffic Exam 1 (168) 08/30 Chapter 169.011 Definitions ROCHESTER COMMUNITY AND THECHNICAL COLLEGE Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice Program 09/01 Traffic exam 2 (169.11) 09/06 Chapter 169.02 – 169.08 09/08 Traffic exam 3 (169.02 – 169.08) 09/13 Chapter 169.09 Accidents 09/15 Traffic exam 4 (169.09) 09/20 Chapter 169.10 – 169.36 09/22 Traffic Exam 5 (169.10 – 169.36) 09/27  Chapter 169A – DWI/DUI 09/29 Chapter 169A – DWI/DUI 10/04 Team Exercise 10/06 Comprehensive Final Traffic Statutes 10/11 Module 1 ­ 609.01 – 609.215, 629.32 & 629.33 (Worksheet 1 due) 10/13 Module 1 ­ 609.01 – 609.215, 629.32 & 629.33 10/18 Criminal Exam 1 10/20 MEA – No Classes 10/25 Module 2 ­ 609.221 – 609.2691 (Worksheet 2 due) 10/27 Module 2 ­ 609.221 – 609.2691 11/01 Criminal Exam 2 11/03 Module 3 ­ 609.27 – 609.353 (worksheet 3 due) 11/08 Criminal Exam 3 11/10 Module 4 ­ 609.355 – 609.50 (worksheet 4 due) ROCHESTER COMMUNITY AND THECHNICAL COLLEGE Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice Program 11/15 Criminal Exam 4 11/17 Module 5 ­ 609.501 – 609.621 (Worksheet 5 due) 11/22 Criminal Exam 5 11/24 Holiday – No Classes 11/29  Module 6 ­ 609.625 – 609.735 (worksheet 6 due) 12/01 Criminal Exam 6   12/06  Module 7 ­ 609.74 – 609.856 (worksheet 7 due) 12/08 Criminal Exam 7 12/13 Comprehensive Test ­ criminal statutes 12/15 Review test / Grade challenges


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