CHAPTER 2 WORKSHEET: THEORIES ABOUT THE CAUSES OF CRIME
On his way home from school, a fourteen-year-old boy from a poor family stops at a convenience
store. When he thinks the clerk is not looking, he puts a bottle of orange juice under his coat and
CHAPTER 4 WORKSHEET: PRINCIPLES OF CRIMINAL LAW
Acting in response to complaints about smokers gathering in the lobby of the library, the Board of Trustees
of the Jonesville Public Library approves the following new rule on the evening of Feb. 6 th. The n
CHAPTER 16 WORKSHEET: REENTRY INTO THE COMMUNITY
INSTRUCTIONS: Answer the following questions below. Use the textbook and WWW for support.
Offer an opinion. Minimum of 175 words PER question or topic is required.
1.What are the basic assumptions of parole
CHAPTER 15 WORKSHEET: PRISON PROGRAMS
You are in charge of developing programs at a new prison. For each category of possible programs discuss
whether you will recommend such programs for your prison. Why? If so, describe the goals and details of
CHAPTER 14 WORKSHEET: INTERMEDIATE SANCTIONS
Take the following intermediate sanctions and list them in order of the sanctions that you believe are most
effective (1 for most effective and 8 for least effective). For each one, describe its strengths and
CHAPTER 13 WORKSHEET: CAUSES OF RISING PRISON POPULATIONS
Describe each of the theories used to explain the increase in imprisonment of offenders. Minimum of 125
words PER question or topic is required.
Increased Arrests and More Likel
CHAPTER 12 WORKSHEET: SENTENCING
Imagine that you are a judge deciding on sentences for individuals who have entered guilty pleas in the
following situations. Below, what sentence would you impose and why? Explain. Be thorough.
Minimum of 125 words PER qu
CHAPTER 11 WORKSHEET: PLEA BARGAINING
Imagine that you are the prosecutor who has been responsible for investigating and prosecuting the case of
a suspected serial killer. Over the span of a few years, eight hunters, fishermen, and joggers have been
CHAPTER 8 WORKSHEET: THE JUSTIFICATION FOR WARRANTLESS SEARCHES
Warrantless searches are important for police officers in regard to gathering evidence that might otherwise
be lost or endanger the safety of others in society. In the following exercise, stu
CHAPTER 7 WORKSHEET: Policing: Contemporary Issues and Challenges
Answer the following questions with a Minimum of 175 words PER question. Refer to your textbook for
support. Additional resources are encouraged.
1.What are the major forms of police abuse
CHAPTER 6 WORKSHEET: PATROL STRATEGIES
You are the police chief in medium-sized city. In one residential neighborhood, citizens are alarmed (and
complaining to city hall) because there has been a rash of burglaries. In the downtown area, an increase in
CHAPTER 5 WORKSHEET: POLICE POLICY
You are a retired police chief. A state government has hired you to provide advice on the appropriate
police policy to implement in several jurisdictions. You advise them on whether to choose the watchman,