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Criminology Information System Criminology Information System Course Project – Rough Draft Week 3 Kathy Neihardt
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Criminology Information System Thesis The Declaration of Independence states that “all men are created equal” meaning that everyone is to be judged equally for the same crimes, no matter their financial status, race, gender or ethnicity. Criminology information system finds the nature and causes of crime and the prevalence of crime. Crime often fluctuates with different effects, depression, wars or other periods of disorganization. Criminology Information System The definition of Criminology Information is the “scientific study of causation, correction and prevention of crime” (Free Dictionary, 2003 – 2016). Which should mean that it is a study of crime and how we respond to it, how we can prevent it from happening by knowing the causes of the crime, the investigations that are done after the crime, the convictions of the person that does it and the punishment of them. Criminology Information is a division of sociology that “draws on psychology, economics, anthropology, psychiatry, biology, statistics and other disciplines to explain the causes and prevention of criminal behavior” (Free Dictionary, 2003 – 2016). Criminology examines what the definition of the crime is and tries to remove it from the public as it is not considered normal behavior or the codes of morality. Criminology’s origin started in the “late eighteenth-century by Italian Cesare Bonesano Beccaria (1738-94), who argued that the law must be applied to everyone equally and that punishments for specific crimes should be standardized by legislatures, which would avoid judicial abuse of power” (Free Dictionary, 2003 – 2016). With the corrupt and harsh systems of
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