CJUS 230The Importance of Understanding the Human Mind in Law Enforcement March 7th2019Coleman NeillCJUS 230
CJUS 230AbstractIn today’s world of Law Enofrcement we have been left with many stories and other learningmaterials to be able to preform our job’s to the best of our ability. We also learned to not makethe same mistakes from our past and I believe that to be a key importance because if LawEnforcement officials make the slightest mistakes the public and media will jump all over them.My family has been in Law Enforcement for over 100 years, I grew up listening to differenttheroies and stories from different cops and family members. I learned one bigger picture is thathistory always repeats itself so its important we prepare for that. My attention always caughtViolent Crimes, what urges someone to commit such horrorendous acts on people? The mosthighlighted time in History is the 20thcentury when Serial Killers were on the rise and hadcommunities on edge across the nation. What is it that we can learn from such cases like theKidnapping of Adam Walsh or the Murder of JonBenét Ramsey? Such crimes like mentionedabove have changed and molded a new form of Law Enforcement. This paper will focus onViolent Crimes and Serial Killer’s of our past and will divulge into the Moral Correctness ofSerial and Violent Crime Teaching, Parents and the Behavioral and Warning Signs of JuvenileDelinquency and on-going Criminal Behavior, and The Need for Behavioral Science or Analysisin Law Enforcement.
CJUS 230The Moral Correctness of Serial or Violent Crime TeachingIn today’s world we see the influence that famous Serial Killer’s such as Ted Bundy, Jeffery Dahmer, and John Wayne Gayce left behind even after death. They had amped Criminal Justice officials to officially notice the need for Specialized Professionals in Law Enforcement who strictly analyze Behavior. That is something is taught, the certain ticks and signs of behaviorthat distinguish certain individuals. Since this is something that is taught in order to become an expert, so is it morally correct to teach the history of Serial Killers or Violent Crimes? I believe that yes it is but we all are entitled to our own opinions. If we are taught this particular subject then we can go back in History and divulge into the lives of the known Serial Killers or any person that commits violent crimes and we can understand what went so wrong. I understand