Provided by: Carl Roodnick Associates

Criminal Justice Programme

Police and Law Enforcement

This Programme covers the following broad topics:
a How the South African Criminal Justice System functions at its various levels a National, Provincial, and Local Government.
a Finding your way through the criminal justice process.
a Identifying and describing both the rights and obligations of private citizens.
a Discussing both democracy and the fundamental rights of people within a democracy.
a Having an overall understanding of both South African Criminal Law and Indigenous Law.
a Investigating crimes and dealing with the scenes of crime.
a Communicating effectively with everyone within the criminal justice system.
a Assisting with both rehabilitating offenders and reintegrating them into society.
The CJP comprises self-study learner modules together with both formative and summative assessments, which should be ideally facilitated by subject matter experts, unless otherwise indicated.
Each module has be designed and developed in the reader-friendly Information Mapping format, allowing for easy identification of keywords and location of relevant content.
Related Jobs or Careers: Paralegal; Police; Security Official
This is primarily ilt training
workshop / seminarThis is a workshop seminar
self directedThis is a self-directed course
study at homeThis course may be available for home-study
group study and discussionThis class may involve group study
instructor led trainingThis class may be available at a classroom in Prospect Hall, Durban North, Kwazulu-Natal,
Course Level:intermediate
Duration:flexible
Training Presented in:English
Training Provided by Carl Roodnick Associates
Criminal Justice Programme
The various modules making up this CJP cover the following:
1. Community Safety
This module will help you to find out and grow what you know about safety in the community. It will help you to get to your goal of serving your community and attending to the safety of your community.
2. South African Constitutional Law
This module will give you a basic introduction to help you to know and better understand Constitutional Law. It covers the Constitution of South Africa, the ways in which a democratic country is governed, as well as the fundamental human Rights in our country s Bill of Rights.
3. South African Law and Criminal Justice
This module discusses the most important legal concepts relating to Indigenous Law. It explains the way crime is seen in terms of Indigenous Law, and discusses the most important legal concepts, court procedures and criminal jurisdiction, and the process of giving evidence in terms of Indigenous Law.
4. Procedural and Evidential Criminal Justice
This module will give you the opportunity to master legal theory in a practical way. As such, it will assist you to explain what procedural criminal justice means, and to name the rights of the accused both before and during a trial.
5. Communication and Life Skills
This module will assist you to understand the what, where, and how of communication. As such, it will help you to apply the basics of communication in everyday life as well as in the business environment as an effective communicator. It will assist you to understand what influences communication, and to use these to positively influence the effectiveness of the communication process, and structure a successful message, using both oral and written communication.
6. Criminal and Crime-related Justice
This module covers the essential knowledge of our society s attempt to deal with crime by providing an understanding both Criminal Law and Statutory Law. As such, it deals crime such as the elements, principles and purposes and the reasons for punishment.
7. Proactive Criminal Justice
This module analyses the processes and evaluates the purpose of proactive criminal justice. As such, it recognises the various roles in proactive criminal justice and discusses possible partnership structures in the prevention of crime, analyses planning as a proactive process and applies the basic elements and approaches of the National Crime Prevention Strategy (NCPS).
8. Criminology and Victimology
This module defines the components making up the field of study of criminology. As such, it discusses the difference between juridical and non-juridical approaches towards criminology, and explains crime, the victim, causes of crime, and crime prevention as components of criminology.
9. Policing
This module aims to develop your understanding of the process of fundamental, structural and functional policing. As such, it includes the professional conduct of Police Officials in the performance of duties, and will assist you in your endeavours to strive towards service excellence in your day-to-day contact with the community.
10. Correctional Services and Offender Rehabilitation
This module covers the thinking and legislation supporting Correctional Services. In addition, it will assist you with rehabilitating, reintegrating, and reintroducing former offenders into normal society.
About The Training Provider: Carl Roodnick Associates
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