Currie C106 - Currie 01:57 ClearanceRate: Specific/Spe

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Currie 01:57 Clearance Rate: the cases that are solved by the police all the way through the  process and then handed off to a prosecutor. Reasons you can’t incapacitate:  Can’t incapacitate people that you don’t arrest. So many criminals that it’s too costly to incapacitate everyone. Specific/Special Deterrence: deterring an offender to commit another crime. Try  to change their thought process so they don’t do it again. General Deterrence: stopping everyone from committing crimes. Collateral Punishment (question on the review sheet): cite from Invisible  Punishment Types of collateral consequences:  Denying the right to vote Families affected No public housing Main trends in crime rates in U.S.: Sharp rise in 80’s: due to crack/cocaine and its exposure to the urban youth. Index crimes: homicide, rape, burglary, assault and arson.
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2011 for the course CRIM C106 taught by Professor Currie during the Fall '10 term at UC Irvine.

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Currie C106 - Currie 01:57 ClearanceRate: Specific/Spe

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