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Criminal Justice and Human Rights




20 Weeks

About the Course

"Criminal Justice and Human Rights" delves deep into the intricate relationship between law enforcement and human dignity. This thought-provoking series explores how criminal justice systems worldwide strive to balance crime control with fundamental human rights. It unveils the complexities of legal frameworks, enforcement practices, and the ethical dilemmas faced by practitioners. Engaging content includes interviews with legal experts, case studies highlighting human rights triumphs and challenges, and in-depth analysis of contemporary policies and their impacts. It's an essential resource for anyone passionate about understanding and reforming the criminal justice system to uphold human dignity and justice for all.

Your Instructor

Amber Oquindo MS (HLS)

Amber Oquindo MS (HLS)

Amber Oquindo, MSHS, is an ardent champion of education, holding a distinguished academic background with a Master of Science degree in Homeland Security Management and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. Her academic journey commenced at Pennsylvania State University, where her thirst for knowledge ignited her passion for comprehending the intricate complexities of our global landscape.

With her formidable expertise, Amber Oquindo specializes in the realm of terrorism, placing a robust emphasis on understanding the mechanisms of recruitment, propaganda dissemination, and radicalization. Her dedication to education extends far beyond the classroom, as she actively collaborates with non-profit organizations to raise awareness, provide essential interventions, and empower marginalized communities across the globe, with a particular focus on regions like the Middle East. Amber's commitment to addressing critical security challenges is further highlighted by her prestigious certifications from FEMA, demonstrating her unwavering resolve to safeguarding our world.

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