crjs222 assignment 1

crjs222 assignment 1 - Jeremy Ocheltree CRJS 222 Assignment...

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Jeremy Ocheltree CRJS 222 Assignment 1 Prof. Hoofnagle Due: 1 /25 /08 1) When the phrase “dark figure of crime” is used, it is an approximate representation of the total number of crimes committed that we never hear or find out about. Possibly by raising incentives for turning criminals in to the authorities, or offering tax breaks for evidence that was obtained by any persons that the system can utilize. 2) Decision making in the criminal justice system is broken down into formal and informal decision making. It is also interdependent, meaning multiple agencies decisions influence each other. Formal decision making is what they call “by the book”, which focuses on the written legal documents such at our Constitution and Bill of Rights. Informal decision making on the other hand allows for discretion throughout the entire criminal justice system. This process relies on the knowledge and ability to consider every case as its own and taking into consideration individual situations.
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course CRJS 222 taught by Professor Hoof during the Spring '08 term at Old Dominion.

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crjs222 assignment 1 - Jeremy Ocheltree CRJS 222 Assignment...

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