Online Cybercrime <- your first lab link
1. How much money was lost to internet thievery? Is this number accurate?
There was a $500,000,000 money loss to internet theory, however, there are
more suggestions as to how much was lost, which are higher in num
Everyday Cybercrime <- your first lab link
1. Why is cyber crime a problem today?
That its gotten to a point that each day there will be about 250,000
individual new computer viruses, and 30,000 new infected websites. So
basically, the speed at which cybe
The Real CSI <- your first lab link
1. What happened in the investigation of the Madrid bombings with
the fingerprint evidence?
After the Madrid bombing took place the investigators found seven prints
that were sent from different scientists, but the conc
Steven Pinker on the Myth of Violence <- your first lab link
1. What myth about violence is happening today?
The myth about violence that is happening today is that we are getting more
and more violent, and yet our ancestors were unaware from this problem
1. What led the FBI to investigate this particular place?
The discovery of a body found three weeks earlier belonging to a gangster.
2. How was this investigation different from an archaeological dig? Why was
Usual archaeological diggings ar
Exploring the Mind of a Killer <- your first lab link
1. What factors does Fallon suggest create psychopathic killers?
The factors that Fallon suggests create psychopathic killers were genetics,
environment, brain damage, and timing of developmental age.
1. Identify and discuss two different goals that the criminal justice system
The two main goals of the American criminal justice system are basically
deterrence (or prevention) and punishment. Punishment becomes the
1. What are two of the different legal categories of homicide? Discuss each
type and provide an example of a homicide that would fall under the
Two of the different legal categories of homicide are first-degree murder and
1. What is social disorganization theory?
A theory that argues the fact that crime is due to social conflict, social
change, and a lack of consensus in the group. Basically social
disorganization theory identifies the possibility of crime
1. What is crime?
Crime is the human actions that violate the formalized laws of a country,
state, or local area like a city or township. Also, it is important to keep in
mind that at the heart of the definition of crime is the the idea t
1. What are the two types of white-collar crimes?
The two of white-collar crimes are Occupational crimes and Corporate
crimes. Occupational crimes are crimes committed by an individual for
personal gain and profit during the course of the
1. What are the two models of the criminal justice system that Packer
identified? Describe each model.
The two models of the criminal justice system are Crime Control model and
Due Process model.
2. What is community policing?