The Effects of Drug Abuse
Drug Abuse and Behavior
Drugs have an extensive impact on todays society, both positive and negative. The use
of drugs can affect ones emotional, physical, and biological state. Acc
California State University Sacramento
CRJ 141 Police and Society
Professor Ryan Getty
June 27, 2017
The soul purpose of law enforcement is to serve and protect society. But it has
become apparent that it has become increasingly d
FBI definition of terrorism - the unlawful use of force or violence against
persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian
population, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social
Terrorism is about crea
30 January 2017
Cases and discussion on Actus Reus
Determining if the actus reus
could be proven
Each crime has its own actus reus.
Read the statute to determine the actus reus required for the crime.
Then analyze whether the evidence will prov
Tentative Study Guide for Final Exam
Chapters 7, 10 & 11. Guest speakers lecture.
Chapter 7. Leadership
What did the authors suggested: Leaders are born or taught?
How did the authors define leadership?
A process that effectively accomplished organ
Outline slides 8-13
When studying media, popular culture and crime it is presented to us in framed in a way they the information
present to the audience.
What is a frame?
The focus a parameter or boundary for discussing a particular event
Provide an overview of the Human Trafficking problem faced by the United States. Minimally your
answer should include the causes of human trafficking, source countries and investigative methods.
Human Trafficking is the involuntary forced exploitation of
The 4th amendment protects the citizens privacy from unreasonable searches and seizures without a
proper warrant. Its important for Law Enforcement to follow the 4th amendment because the guidelines
are set up to protect both parties. It protects citizens
Study guide for CRJ 114 Midterm
1. THE FOUR CATEGORIES OF SEXUAL OFFENSES /CRIMES (CHAPTER 1)
Sexual acts with contact: touching of intimate parts or penetration with without consent, or
cant give consent. All forms of touching from over the clothes to r
Study Guide for CRJ 114 Final Exam
1. Abusers in day care settings 5.5 out of 10,000 children abused. Causes: low staff presence, age
& being single, informal care settings
2. Issues of abuse in the Boy Scouts and how Boy Scouts handled this B
Heroin Source of heroin: Poppy plant
Manufacturing process: sap like opium collected from poppy plant.
sap is refined to make morphine. Morphine refined to make heroin
History of heroin: created to be 3x stronger than morphine
without its d
Drug addiction condition brought about by repeated administration on any drug such that the
repeated use is necessary to maintain normal physiological function, and discontinuance of the drug
results in definite physical and mental symptoms. Drug addictio
EXAM ONE STUDY GUIDE Spring 2017
This study guide is provided solely for your use in studying for our first exam (CRJ 101).
It may not be sold or shared with others for the purpose of circumventing standards of
academic honesty. If you have questions, ple
Roughly 5 A.M. on 10/11/16 dispatchers received a 911 phone call from Alpine Drive
number 152. What seemed to sound like a woman spoke very quietly. Due to a having quiet
hushed voice, the dispatcher could not tell whether the individual was a m
Notes to Study for CRJ 1 Test
o American Law- based on English common law
o Majority of police procedure comes from England
o 9th century- Alfred the Great (King of England)
Expecting invasion from the village (Vikings)
England was an agr
1- How serious is the threat of terrorism to the stability of the Philippines?
Terrorism threat is present at the Philippines now and there is serious threat to the
stability of the country from a triangular attack ranging from communis
1- Discuss the geopolitical conditions that make the task of defining terrorism complicated
for the UN General Assembly.
Defining terrorism is difficult and there have been several definitions out there. But there is
not one definition which is off
Why has al Qaeda been unable to gain a strong foot-hold in Saudi Arabia?
The Saudi Royal family is not pro al Qaeda, because the royal family maintains a close
relationship with the United States, which al-Qaeda views the, as infidels. The
1- Terrorism was an early part of Israels history. Discuss how the various groups were
formed to battle the British occupation and how their methods have been adopted to build
a strong security apparatus for the Israeli people.
Israel had pr
1- Discuss the reasons as to why Somalia remains a failed state and why piracy being
practiced by Somalis is so difficult to defeat.
Somalia has been known as failed state due to its ongoing interclan feuding, weak
military, poverty and maj
1- What are the central issues in the long-running dispute in Columbia between FARC and
FARC stands for Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia and is a Marxist group
established in 1964. FARC is involved in high level of
1- Discuss the rise of the al Qaeda movement and its overall ideology.
Al Qaeda was established in 1980s by Osama bin Laden and has its origins in the
uprising against the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. After the Soviet Unions
1- How have the government used both military and police tactics to respond to terrorist
Hijacking is another form of threat that terrorists use to achieve a bigger goal. Earlier,
flight crews were taught that the best way to d
Week 5 HW
1- Discuss how free speech and freedom of the press have become a target for Islamic
Freedom of speech and press has become a contentious issue in recent times. The limits of
what are right and what is not and what is acceptab
1- Discuss how the political climate in Canada may help foster terrorist organization.
Canada has been home base for terrorist organizations as far back as the 1980s due to
Canadian governments liberal approach to immigration policy. Canadas multic
Hallucinogens, Marijuana, Inhalants, And Prescription Drugs
Hallucinogens are drugs that changes a persons state of awareness by modifying
sensory inputs, loosening cognitive & creative restraints, and providing access to
material normally hidde
Cognitive Learning Theory
- Cognition refers to learning and memory, and while cognitive processes cannot be observed
the way outward behavior can, many behaviorists believe that cognitions plays a crucial role in
learning theory in human
Chapter 9: Drug Trafficking
The Drug Business The business of illegal drugs shares some elements with the business of
selling legal products:
- Lots of working capital
- Steady supply of raw materials
- Sophisticated manufacturing facilities
DECRIMINALIZATION, LEGALIZATION, AND HARM REDUCTION
Decriminalization refers to the absence of laws punishing people for using drugs, while
drug trafficking remains a crime.
- Legalization refers to an absence of laws prohibiting use of
- Law enforcement agencies in the United States operate under significant constitutional
constrains, general referred to as due process
- Literally meaning the process that is due a person before something disad