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Crim Test 2 From the textbook Criminal Justice an introduction 4 th edition by Freda Adler & Gerhard O. W. Mueller & William S. Laufer CHAPTER 5 Vigilante Group- p126- group of private citizens taking the law into their own hands by tracking down criminals and punishing them Marshal- fed’l law enforcement officer of the US marshal service; formerly- fed’l law enforcement officer in territories Third Degree-p129- torturing a suspect to gain info Operations bureau-p133- unit of a police dept. responsible for the functions assoc. with the primary law enforcement mission Line functions-p134- law enforcement functions of a police dept. Services bureau- unit of a police dept. that provides technical services to assist in the execution of line functions, such as keeping records Administration bureau- unit of a police dept. responsible for the management of the dept. as an org; includes personnel, finance, and research and development Internal affairs- dept. responsible for receiving and investigating charges against the police Beat- territory recovered by a police officer on patrol; derives from hunters, “beating” the bushes for game Standard operating procedure (SOP) manual- collection of departmental directives governing the performance of duties Genetic fingerprinting-p142- use of DNA as a technique for identifying suspects CHAPTER 6
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Watchman style-p157- style characteristic of police dept. that concentrate on the order maintenance function Legalistic style- style characteristic of police dept. where work is marked by a professional orientation with an emphasis on law enforcement Service style- style characteristic of police depts. in suburban communities where residents expect and receive a high level of service from local gov’t Community policing- strategy that relies on public confidence and citizen cooperation to help prevent crime and make the residents of a community feel more secure Police- community relations (PCR) programs-p160- all initiatives, whether from the police or the community, to bridge the gap between law enforcement professionals and the people they serve Preventive patrol-p164- police officers driving or walking thru a designated geographic area of responsibility in a varied pattern so that their presence is not predictable Differential response- p166- response strategy that involves classifying calls for service and using various responses Directed patrol- p167- patrol officers assigned to specific activities, such as patrolling a high crime area, chosen after an analysis of crime patterns
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  • Spring '08
  • CRAIGWIERNIK
  • criminal law, Trial court

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