470 Exam 2 SG - o Goals and objectives o Factors to...

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CJ 470 Exam #2 Study Guide Crime Prevention  Causes of crime Deterrent effect of criminal law vs. particular policies Becker’s Model of deterrence – problems associated with it Crime prevention triangle Nagin’s reasons for being skeptical about effectiveness of deterrence programs  Role of police dictates specific policies What guides proper use of police discretion? What impacts police policy?   Four components of problem-oriented policing Domestic violence model policy
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Unformatted text preview: o Goals and objectives o Factors to consider and not consider in determining if enough PC to arrest Closing the Loopholes • Role of the prosecutor • Plea bargaining – definition and arguments for and against • Various policy approaches to plea bargaining • Pro & con of the various approaches the author of text recommends to close “loopholes” in the criminal justice system • Presumptive and discretionary sentencing guidelines Victim Rights • Types of programs • Criteria for evaluating their effectiveness...
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2011 for the course CJ 470 taught by Professor Hughes during the Winter '11 term at Grand Valley State.

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470 Exam 2 SG - o Goals and objectives o Factors to...

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