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Fayetteville State University
College of Arts & Sciences
Department of Criminal Justice

CRJC 220-01 Introduction to Corrections
Spring 2016
Locator Information:
Instructor: Dr. Cesraéa (Chez) Rumpf
Course # and Name: CRJC 220-01 Introduction to Corrections
Semester Credit Hours: 3
Day and Time Class Meets: M, W, F 9-9:50 a.m.
Class Location: Lauretta Taylor Building 242
Total Contact Hours for Class: 40

Email Address: crumpf@uncfsu.edu
Office Location: Lauretta Taylor (LTB), Rm. 336
Office Hours: M, W 10 a.m.-1 p.m.; F 10 a.m.-12 p.m.;
and by appointment
Office Phone: (910) 672-1177

Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leader: LaKresha Brown (lbrown53@broncos.uncfsu.edu)
FSU Policy on Electronic Mail: Fayetteville State University provides to each student, free of charge, an electronic
mail account (username@uncfsu.edu) that is easily accessible via the Internet. The university has established FSU email as the
primary mode of correspondence between university officials and enrolled students. Inquiries and requests from students
pertaining to academic records, grades, bills, financial aid, and other matters of a confidential nature must be submitted via FSU
email. Inquiries or requests from personal email accounts are not assured a response. The university maintains open-use
computer laboratories throughout the campus that can be used to access electronic mail.
Rules and regulations governing the use of FSU email may be found at
Course Description: This course examines the historical development, current changes, and future trends in
correctional policies and strategies, including analysis and evaluation of concepts and theories of retribution, deterrence,
rehabilitation, incapacitation, and other purposes of correctional reform. Special emphasis will be placed on the underlying
social, legal, and ethical issues that affect various correctional strategies.
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