Merton conceived of crime as:
Adaptive innovation by educationally and financially
A normal response to pressures exerted on certain
persons by the social structure
_ results when a large number of people are
CJ210: Criminal Investigation
Unit 7 Worksheet
Student Name: BLANK
After completing the readings, answer the following questions:
Part I: Sex Crimes
1. What are the 7 goals of a primary interview with the rape victim?
A physical descr
Unit 3 Homework
HOMICIDE in Virginia
Does Virginia recognize capital murder?
18.2-31. Capital murder defined; punishment.
The following offenses shall constitute capital murder, punishable as a
Class 1 felony:
1. The willful, deliber
Unit 3 Assignment 1: Identify the actus reus, mens rea and corpus
delicti of a court case
Boy, 12, faces grown up murder charges
Jordan Brown intentionally used a youth sized 20-gauge
shotgun to kill his would-be step mot
CRIME RISK Assignment
1. What was your test score? Do you agree with your score? Explain your answer.
Risk of Serious Assault test- 63- I do not agree with the fact that it said I needed to learn how to
change a tire. I do know how to change
Chapter 10 & 11
Crimes Against Habitation and Property
18.2-77. Burning or destroying dwelling house, etc.
A. If any person maliciously (i) burns, or by use of any
explosive device or substance destroys, in whole or in part, or
causes to be
Chapter 3 Criminal Law Research
Go to the following webpage: http:/leg1.state.va.us/000/src.htm [Bookmark this page].
Find the table of contents and explore.
Under what TITLE is the substantive criminal law of Virginia?
READ AND KNOW Chapter 3 and 4
We have discussed the four mental states with regard to crime. Now review Alabamas
Code: http:/www.legislature.state.al.us/CodeofAlabama/1975/coatoc.htm In Alabamas
code review the section under Article 1 Cul
In-Class: Virginias DUI Laws Assignment
18.2-266. Driving motor vehicle, engine, etc., while
It shall be unlawful for any person to drive or operate any motor
vehicle, engine or train (i) while such person has a blood
Unit 2 Assignment: Zodiac Killer Matrix
The first general
feature of crime is
that there has to be
an act in violation of
What act was
committed in violation
of the law?
Lindberg Baby Case
Lindberg Baby Case
Charles Jr. was abducted from his crib on the evening of March 1st , 1932. The Police were
notified around 11:30 p.m of the incident. During the search of the Lindberg home, police were
able to find trace
A. Sandy and Luisa can be charged with solicitation and conspiracy. They can be
charged with solicitation because they are seeking to persuade someone else to
commit a crime with the intent that the crime be committed. They can also be
11. Bill may be charged with assault. Assault is when someone places another person in fear
of a potential forthcoming battery. Ted had gotten the promotion at work instead of Bill.
1. Conspiracy, Attempt, and Solicitation
2. Incomplete is translated in Criminal Justice world as INCHOTE crimes.
3. A, B, and C are guilty of conspiracy, robbery, and money laundering. Conspiracy is an
agreement between two or more people to commit a cri
1. Why is a practical knowledge of the law important to the security officer and the security
2. What impact does tort law have on the private security industry?
3. What makes an arrest different from a detention?
4. What are the
1. What is the difference between vulnerability to loss and loss probability?
2. What is meant by criticality of loss?
3. If a security countermeasure costs as much as, or more than, the loss being protected against
for a given period, do
Unit 2 Assignment
Pamela C. Lugo
How does poverty cause delinquency?
A: The reason poverty causes delinquency behavior is because many
youths who live in poor environments are more likely to surround
themselves in bad relationships with their
Revise a city ordinance
A. Because I am a judge I have to look at the law and the way it is written. It is against the
law for more than five women to live together in one house. Although, yes these women
have broken a city ordinance they have done nothi
1. The young man was a victim of battery because he had been punched in his eye, nose,
and mouth. Both his nose and mouth were bleeding. He is also a victim of gang affiliation
and because of this gang he had gotten beat up. The young man has committed ba
1. Burglars Tools
A. It sounds like the suspect could be telling the truth about the tools and the job.
Although it sounds a bit weird that he doesnt know where the job was at and the
fact he has been convicted before for burglary, breaking and entering,
Chapter 2 Internet Research
Review the facts behind the case of Lori Berenson. [www.freelori.org]
Read the main page, the FAQ section and the 20 Violations of Due Process.
Answer the following questions:
In your opinion, does Berenson appear
Course Project: Part B Submission
The social harm that we are trying to prevent or reduce by
enacting this proposed law is to stop people from stealing money
from the government.
Analysis and Application: Police Encounters with Suspects and
The following case study presents issues related to various levels of police encounters
with a suspect and potential criminal evidence and the legal justification required for
During this weeks seminar a couple different topics were discussed. One of the topics was the
discussion on the Miranda Rights, and whether or not you believe that an individual should be
Mirandized at the post of arrest, regardless of the Supreme Courts
Knowing about the various security techniques that are available for the protection of assets, is
it possible to develop a virtually attack-proof security system? Is this even desirable? What are
the potential problems, if any?
Common Safety Hazards
1. Floors, aisles, stairs, and walkways
Oil spills or other slippery substances that might result in an injury-producing fall.
Litter-obscuring hazards such as electrical floor plugs, projecting material, or material that mig
Source: Eugene Finneran, Security Supervision: A Handbook for Supervisors and Managers (Boston: Butterworth-Heinemann,
A Hazardous Materials Program
In addition to the seven steps in safety planning, particular types of businesses dealing with haza
On completion of the closing arguments, the judge charges
(instructs) the jury on the law of the case.
Counsel for both sides submits requests for instructions to the judge
in a hearing outside of the presence of the jury. Any objections to the
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CJT 110 Schedule of Activities
Introduction to Law enforcement Operations
The instructor will discuss the syllabus and ECPI policies.
Notifying the instructor if not attending
Responsibility for notes for missed classes
Review Questions Chapter 24
1.Using the data in the accompanying table, construct and interpret tables showing:
a.The bivariate relationship between age and attitude toward capital punishment
The bivariate relation s
Unit 2 Webliography Social Bond
Pamela C. Lugo
I choose to discuss the Social Bond Theory fro my webliograpgy article. The article is
from the History of Forensic Psychology blog, which focuses on The Social Control Theory by
The Social Contr
Chapter 19 Home work
1.Do you think Islamic faith is harder to sustain than, say, Christian faith in
the United States? Why or why not?
A: I think the answer for this question varies who you ask. As a Christian I
Unit 3 Reflection
Pamela C. Lugo
Having both type of system in the United States could be that each state court deals with
the criminal activities of delinquents letting the federal court deal with important laws and just
focusing on passing a law of any