Chris Morgan
Criminal Justice Teacher
Head Men's Soccer Coach
Varsity CB Football Coach

Email:  christopher.morgan@misd.org
Phone: (936) 276-2001 x5177
Classroom: B1403

Conference: 1:03 - 2:40 pm

Tutorial: By appointment as needed

Calendar Legend:
Red: Forensic Science
Yellow: Principles of Law
Blue: School wide

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My name is Chris Morgan.  I am married to Tiffany and have two little girls, Kyleigh and Katie. I served in the Army for 10+ years and did many jobs but I was primarily a Military Police Officer and CID Special Agent.  During my time in the military I was fortunate enough to obtain my Associates Degree in General Studies from Central Texas College and my Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from American Military University.  After numerous years in the service I was medically retired and became an NCIS Special Agent.  I enjoyed my time as a federal law enforcement officer but always felt the desire to teach. This is my second year with Lake Creek High School and I will be teaching Criminal Justice.  I am the Head Coach for the Men’s Soccer Team and the Varsity CB Football Coach.  I look forward to being a Lion and even more so at what the Lions can accomplish.

 

1 –JV Soccer (7:20 - 8:57 am)

2 – Law Enforcement 1 (9:03 - 10:45 am)

3 – Principles of Law (10:51 - 12:57 pm)

4 –Principles of Law (1:03 - 2:40 pm)

5 –JV Soccer (7:20 - 8:57 am)

6 – Principles of Law (9:03 - 10:45 am)

7 –Dual Credit Criminal Justice (10:51 - 12:57 pm)

8 –Conference Period (1:03 - 2:40 pm)

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Prerequisite - None
Course Description:  In this course students to professions in law enforcement, protective services, corrections, firefighting, and emergency management services. Students will examine the roles and responsibilities of police, courts, corrections, private security, and protective agencies of fire and emergency services. The course provides students with an overview of the skills necessary for careers in law enforcement, fire service, protective services, and corrections.

Course Syllabus

Required Textbook:

We do have required reading.  We will usually cover one chapter per week.  Using different versions of the book is not recommended as material is updated yearly.  If you have any issues please email me or let me know asap and we will see what can be helped.  

Bohm, Introduction to Criminal Justice 9e      ISBN: 0077860500

Dual Credit Syllabus

 

Law Enforcement I

Course Description

Law Enforcement I is an overview of the history, organization, and functions of local, state, and federal law enforcement.  This course includes the role of constitutional law, the United States legal system, criminal law, law enforcement terminology, and the classification and elements of crime.

Course Objectives

  1. Explore the history of law enforcement;
  2. Use verbal and nonverbal communication skills necessary for law enforcement;
  3. Use critical-thinking skills independently and in teams;
  4. Understand ethical behavior standards required for law enforcement personnel;
  5. Explore the United States legal system and the requirements for law enforcement;
  6. Analyze custody and interrogation as they relate to the United States Supreme courtdecision in Miranda v. Arizona;
  7. Analyze procedural and substantive criminal law;
  8. Analyze law related to victims and witnesses;
  9. Execute protocols and procedures protecting the rights of juvenile offenders and victims;
  10. Recognize the signs and symptoms of possible child and geriatric abuse and neglect;
  11. Explain behavioral symptoms of drug users and dangers associated with handling drugs;
  12. Summarize the philosophy and concepts that influence the development and implementation of a community-oriented police program;
  13. Use field note-taking and report-writing skills to complete police incident reports;
  14. Analyze reasonable suspicion and probable cause for motor vehicle traffic stops; and
  15. Employ procedures to protect, document, and process a crime scene.

Attendance and Class Participation

Class Participation and daily assignments are required and will make up 30% of the total grade.  Therefore, attendance is crucial.

Major Tests and Projects

Major Tests and projects will make up 70% of the total grade.