2018-2019 Undergraduate Bulletin

SEC 320 Private Security: Trends and Movements

3 hours 

This course analyzes cutting-edge activities, trends and movements in private sector justice. New practices, innovations and programs are evaluated for their effectiveness. The course will emphasize the evolution of the private security industry and anticipates its future direction. Special emphasis will be given the increased role private security plays in the policing function, including community-based policing models. The role of private security in federal and state contracts will be considered. Entrepreneurship opportunities will be explored. Focused attention will also be given to the legal implications and potential civil liability that emerge from privatized services.




ENG 201, SEC 101, SEC 210