Ch. 1 Study Guide
1) What is criminal procedure?
Consists vast set of rules and guidelines that describe how suspected and accused
criminals are to be handled and processed by the justice system.
2) What are the two key themes running throughout criminal
Crime and Policy: A Complex Problem
CRIME TRENDS: CONFLICTING, CONFUSING
1. Understand the factors that make crime trends confusing to define.
Mass shootings spotted up since the 2012 Sandy Hook School, and movie
complex Shooting. These happened
Substantive criminal law definitions of crimes and penalties in contrast to procedural criminal
Procedural criminal law focuses on implementation of criminal sanction through laws of arrest,
search, seizure, and confessions and courtroom evidence.
Correction system was established to deter, to rehabilitate, or incapacitate, or simply
punish or achieve retribution (Chapter 1-2, George F. Cole). These systems were to help with
overpopulation, and to ensure equality among offenses. Example running a r
1. Use reliable, quality resources to locate two examples of community corrections
programs in your local area. In a post to the discussion, respond to the
o Briefly describe each example.
o Based on your examples, how do you think intermediate
SPECIAL ISSUES IN
By: Rogelio Hinojosa
Drugs have been around for centuries and have been used by many people
for many different reasons.
The war on drugs was brought to attention by the government because of a
drug popularly know
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A history of the model
History of Swedish curriculum started approximately in the 1830s. The first childcare was a
toddler school located in Stockholm. Shortly after, the facility w
Telecommunication is the Brain of Criminal justice
Telecommunication centers are often referred to as the brain of the criminal
justice system. Why is that? When you think about it everything has to begin somewhere,
immediate communications is usually cri
The juvenile justice system has devised four ways to deal with youth crime and its mostly
about youth crime and one of the four is treatment model and its a mental, physical, and social
needs of the child are the focus of the treatment model and many reha
Chapter 6 Assignment
1. What are the 5 major court cases that have influenced our treatment of juvenile today?
-Kent Vs united states
Courts must provide the essential of due process in transferring juveniles to the deceit system.
-Eddings v Okalahoma