In the cases of Ted Bundy, he was not just any regular murder. He was a serial killer. He
thought outside of the box and got ahead of anyone he came in contact with. Bundy was facing
two murder trials within a few years apart. Bundy was linked t
Introduction to Criminal Justice Week 1 Assignment 1 (you make the call)
Police officers have the authority to deprive people by restricting their rights to freedom and
privacy at time under law. This authority authorizes the use of force if necessary and
Introduction to Criminal Justice Week 6 Discussion
1. Do you feel that defendants have too many legal rights during a trial? Choose one of the
legal rights that a defendant has during trial and explain how and why it exists. What it
was created to protect
Choose a total of THREE (3) examples of nontraditional or applied art from the following links
A New York art museum
A Paris museum
Select galleries in a Washington, DC museum
A Boston Museum
Paste small images of all 3 works into a Word document.
the title of art work: Door Guardian (Dvarapala)
the artist (if known): Unknown (Region: Pakistan)
the year made: ca. 4th century
the materials used: Stucco
size of the work: H. 18 in. (45.7 cm); W. 10 3/4 in. (27.3 cm)
o Why is this art work consi
Conceptual Ideas 1978
1. Why did you choose this photographer?
I chose Cindy Sherman as my ideal photographer because she can transform feelings and things
we see every day, into photographs as they express some sort of conceptual i
1. The title of the work of art.
Lava Burst/Hot River
2. The name of the artist or designer.
3. The year it was made.
4. What is the focal point?
The focal point would be the closest vehicle to the left of the image, in which the painti
CHAPTER ONE PROBLEMS
Chapter One Problems
July 11, 2016
CHAPTER ONE PROBLEMS
Chapter One Problems
1. Section 1.1 - numbers 22, 24, 32, 34, 52, 58
#22. My Student ID number is Quantitative.
#24. Volume of water lost each day th
Chapter 17 - Editing Revisions
Conciseness (Abstract Words)
Make the following sentences more concise by replacing abstract nouns with
verbs. Other minor changes in wording may be necessary.
1. Verification of the agreement was indicated by the signing of
Statistics Week 2 Discussion 1
1. What do you think is the purpose of the U.S. Census, which takes place every 10 years?
The purpose of the U.S. Census is to count every resident in the United States. The data collected
determines the number of seats each
Report Writing Week 1 Discussion 1
Let's start this week's discussion by first defining technical communication. After all, it's the
basis for the entire course.
1. What is technical communication?
Technical communication refers to the many kinds of writi
Report Writing Week 2 Discussion 1
Specialization works for me based my experiences because we all have something unique about
how we learn and how we address team-works and I feel that by going by specialization, we are
all getting an equa
Introduction to Criminal Justice Week 4 Assignment 1 (you make the call)
The Juvenile Justice System today has jurisdiction over both delinquent and status offenses.
Delinquent acts are violations of the law that would be punishable for adults under the s
Introduction to Criminal Justice Week 3 (you make the call)
In Kansas it was found that African-American citizens are stopped for traffic violations at a
disproportionate rate than non-African Americans. A study in Boston shows that minority citizens are
1. Identify six key characteristics of the U.S. Constitution.
1. They are the highest form of law.
2. They express the will of the whole people.
3. They always bind the government.
4. They cannot be changed by the government.
5. They can only be changed b
Chapters 2, 6 & 9
Score: 90 %
Most police agencies are organized in a (n) _ manner. (Points : 3)
Cooperative and democratic
Corporate and businesslike
Question 2. 2. Which of the following is not one of the major purposes of pol
Introduction to Criminal Justice Week 1 Discussion 1
1. Many different social, economic, class, age, racial, cultural, and gender characteristics
affect the crime rate in the United States. Provide an example and explain how one of
these characteristics m
Introduction to Criminal justice Week 4 Discussion 1
Status offenses apply only to the juvenile court system. A non-criminal who falls under the
jurisdiction of the juvenile court by reason of having engaged in behavior prohibited to minor,
such as being
The _, created in 1919, was a professional association funded by private contributions, which
was integral in getting agencies of justice to work together, and getting the work of the criminal justice
Introduction to Criminal Justice Week 2 Assignment 1 (you make the call)
Chapters: 6 9 13
1. Describe from your reading in the text, research, or from personal experience in your
community, a program or programs that can be used to help get the police and
Introduction to Criminal Justice Week 5 Assignment 1 (you make the call)
Bail is a form of security that an arrested person puts up to secure release prior to their trial and
other stages in the judicial process. The money or surety is to assure their app
Introduction to Criminal Justice Week 3 Discussion 1
The theory that police workload influences discretion so that as workloads increases, less time and
attention can be devoted to new cases, especially petty crimes. There are a number of factors that can
Introduction to Criminal Justice Week 5 Discussion 1
1. Provide an example of international terrorism and explain the affects that it has on the
target country. What type of impact on a persons freedom does this act or threat of the
act cause? Provide an
Introduction to Criminal Justice week 2 Discussion 1
Research and describe a job in one of the three areas of criminal justice. Identify some of the job
requirements are as well as some of the duties that are required by the position.
Also, describe how t
Introduction to Criminal Justice Week 6 Assignment 1 (you make the call)
The use of plea bargaining has been a common practice that began in the late 19th Century. The
Constitution does not make mention of this practice, nor does the Bill of Rights. Howev
Intro to Corrections Week 2 Discussion 1
1. Discuss the differences between each correctional model.
During the colonial period, most Americans lived under the laws and practices that were
transferred from England and had adapted to local conditions. With