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Two-Week Summer Immersion - Criminal Justice: Systemic Issues and Reform – George Washington University

Two-Week Summer Immersion - Criminal Justice: Systemic Issues and Reform

Residential Competitive application process Academic College credit

George Washington University

Date/Time: Jun 28, 2020 - Jul 10, 2020    
Ages: 15-18
Cost: $3,950.00
Registration deadline: May 1, 2020

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A major hot topic, the US criminal justice system is one of the most complicated systems in the world. Politicians, activists, and community members alike are working together to bring about change. But what are issues present in the system? What would it take to bring about criminal justice reform? In this course, students will dissect what the criminal justice system is as well as explore systemic issues present in the current system. Students will then learn about avenues of criminal justice reform and dive into creating their own solutions to these complex issues.

Location

George Washington University
2100 Foxhall Road, N.W.
Academic Building, Ste. 115
Washington, DC 20007

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