Daniel DiPrenda’s Profile

Faculty
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Daniel DiPrenda
Department
Social Sciences, Human Services and Criminal Justice
Academic Program
Criminal Justice, A.A.

Courses

CRJ 200 | Constitutional Law | Course Hub

CRJ 200 | Constitutional Law | Course Hub

This course provides a historical overview of the relationship of the states to the Bill of Rights, and how the U.S. Supreme Court has interpreted the powers of the federal government. The effect of the due process clause of the fourteenth Amendment on the application of the Bill of Rights to the states is examined through a study of the leading Supreme Court decisions related to criminal justice. Topics include characteristics and powers of the three branches of government, the principles governing the operation of the Bill of Rights, and the variables affecting the formulation of judicial policy. This course hub contains Open Educational Resources and /Zero Text Cost resources for faculty teaching U.S. Constitutional Law (CRJ200). These resources are freely available for use.

CRJ 201 | Policing | Course Hub

CRJ 201 | Policing | Course Hub

An OER course hub for criminal justice 201-policing. This course is intended to broaden the student’s understanding of the origins and development of law enforcement agencies in the United States. Moreover, the course will examine the complex role of the police in a democratic society in the criminal justice system. An emphasis will be placed on recruitment, the training process and the importance of diversity, particularly among larger police departments in the U.S. The course will also examine contemporary legal issues and modern strategies such as community, evidence-based, intelligence-led and predictive policing.

CRJ 202 | Corrections | Course Hub

CRJ 202 | Corrections | Course Hub

A course hub of materials for faculty teaching Corrections (CRJ 202); a required course in the CRJ A.A. degree at BMCC. Image by Clip Art Library Fist Transparent Background #1028770

CRJ 204 | Criminal Justice and the Urban Community | Course Hub

CRJ 204 | Criminal Justice and the Urban Community | Course Hub

A course hub for CRJ 204: Criminal Justice and the Urban Community, a required course in the CRJ A.A. degree at BMCC.

Constitutional Law clone test

Constitutional Law clone test

This course hub contains Open Educational Resources and /Zero Text Cost resources for faculty teaching U.S. Constitutional Law (CRJ200). These resources are freely available for use.

Communities

Teaching on the OpenLab

Teaching on the OpenLab

A place for BMCC faculty who are teaching (or considering teaching) on the OpenLab to connect and share ideas. Image by Wokandapix from Pixabay

BMCC Criminal Justice Program

BMCC Criminal Justice Program

In the Criminal Justice Program (CRJ) at the Social Sciences, Human Services, and Criminal Justice Department at the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC), you will find yourself in an academically stimulating environment, surrounded by highly-committed and trained faculty. The Criminal Justice Program provides a multidisciplinary study of the structure, administration, and dynamics of the criminal justice system. Faculty strive to broaden and deepen your understanding of the complex social, economic, and political issues facing our society. Your courses examine theories of offending and victimization, provide a solid foundation in criminal justice studies, and promote critical thinking on the competing ideologies of and social responses to crime.

Projects

Teach On!

Teach On!

A space for faculty to share ideas about how to support student learning during the transition to distance learning for the remainder of Spring 2020. Please request to join if you are faculty at BMCC. Click on “Visit Project Site” in the upper right to access BMCC’s Course Continuity Resources website.