Syllobus Essay

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| Course Syllabus College of Criminal Justice and Security CJA/304 Version 2 Interpersonal Communication | Copyright © 2009, 2008 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Course Description

This course prepares the student to communicate effectively in both written and verbal forms. The course covers best practices in investigative reporting, written reports and memos, and interpersonal verbal communication within criminal justice settings, including interactions with victims, suspects, incarcerated persons, government officials, staff, and civilians. Policies

Faculty and students/learners will be held responsible for understanding and adhering to all policies contained within the following two documents:
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| | 5 | Bio | Please post your bio in the chat room. | Day 1 - Tue | | Individual Barriers to Effective Communication Paper | Write a 1,050- to 1,550-word paper in which you describe the following:The process of communication and its componentsDifferences between listening and hearing in communicationThe formal and informal channels of communication in criminal justice organizationsDifferent barriers to effective communicationStrategies that may be implemented to overcome communication barriersProvide real-world examples to illustrate your pointsFormat your paper consistent with APA guidelines, with at least two outside references. | Day 7 - Mon | 12.5 |

Week Two: Verbal and Nonverbal Communication | | Details | Due | Points | Objectives | 1 2.5 Identify the guidelines for effective speaking and presentations. 2.6 Identify the components of verbal and nonverbal communication in criminal justice settings. 2.7 Apply effective writing principles to various types of criminal justice communication. 2.8 Identify the parameters of persuasive writing. 2.9 Identify the guidelines for fact-based report writing. | | | Readings | Read Ch. 5–8 of Written and Interpersonal Communication.Review Ch. 14 of Report Writing for Criminal Justice Professionals.Read this week’s Electronic Reserve Readings.

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