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Deron Reinders

Hello, My name is Deron Reinders. This is my fourth year teaching at Georgetown High School. This year I will teach Law Enforcement I, Law Enforcement II, Business Law, Court Systems and Practices and Forensic Science.  I have a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice and a Master's Degree in Public Administration. In addition to my education, I have over 15 years of professional experience in the criminal justice field.

Phone: 513-943-5100 ext. 7000


Class/Course Information

Business Law- This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to open, manage and operate a successful business. Curriculum units include basic business knowledge, forms of business ownership, marketing and pricing, financing a business and financing laws, world market economics, human resources and marketing yourself. 

Law Enforcement I-  This course 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 Systems, Criminal Law, law enforcement terminology, and the classification and elements of crime. 
Law Enforcement IIThis course provides the knowledge and skills necessary to prepare for a career in law enforcement. Curriculum Units include interpersonal communication, Telecommunications, Conflict Resolution, Crisis Management, Hate Crimes, Victim Rights and Use of Force. Students will also complete a Security Officer II certification program. 

Court Systems & Practices- This course provides a greater understanding of how the different types of courts function in the U.S. Students will learn and practice different courtroom personnel roles. Students will learn the difference between the State, Federal and Local Court Systems. Lastly, students will gain a thorough understanding of how major court case decisions influence citizens' rights and the criminal justice system.

Forensic Science- Forensic Science is a course that uses a structured and scientific approach to the investigation of crimes of assault, abuse and neglect, domestic violence, accidental death, homicide, and the psychology of criminal behavior. Students will learn terminology and investigative procedures related to scenes, questioning, interviewing, criminal behavior characteristics, truth detection, and scientific procedures used to solve crimes. Using scientific methods, students will collect and analyze evidence through case studies and simulated crime scenes, such as fingerprint analysis, ballistics, and blood spatter analysis. Students will learn the history, legal aspects, and career options for forensic science
Skills USA, Teen Court, GISD Police Explorers, and Criminal Justice Club: These programs will be introduced and will allow students to participate and obtain increased knowledge and skills. Further details will be provided as the programs are implemented throughout the year.