The youth rated the deep-end juvenile programs the most beneficial largely because these programs
provided intensive, long-term job skills training and treatment. In addition, the lengthier period of
incarceration gave them more time to consider their fut
With whom do African American women police officers report having difficult relationships?
African American women police officers
African American male police officers
White male police officers
Hispanic women police officers
A few concerned citizens made an app
Mr. and Mrs. Jones receive a survey that asks them for information about crimes of which they
have been victims. They are asked a series of questions to assess whether they individually have
been victims of crime but also whe
The senior officer in a court of law, who is authorized to hear and decide cases is the:
A group of citizens chosen to hear charges against a person accused of a crim
Which is a sworn written statement addressed to a court or judge by the police, prosecutor, or individual
alleging that an individual has committed an offense and requesting prosecution?
The Science of Asking Questions
Author(s): Nora Cate Schaeffer and Stanley Presser
Source: Annual Review of Sociology, Vol. 29 (2003), pp. 65-88
Published by: Annual Reviews
Stable URL: http:/www.jstor.org/stable/30036961 .
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Discussion Questions for the Terrill and Paoline (2017) article:
1. What is the research question for this study?
To assess the outcomes of police policies that relied on
less restrictive force tactics.
2. What patterns in use of force emerge from the stu
Introduction and Definitional Issues
Welcome to the next module. So thus far, we've been mainly concerned with hate crime that
occurs in the United States. However, hate crimes span the globe, and understanding hate crime
in other countries is ve
Module 4 Causality Lecture
Chapter 5, on causality. What causes- "fill in the blank"? Of all the research
questions, the ones that ask about the cause of something are ones that are
both the most interesting and the most challenging to answer. Establishin
Chapter 03 Outline
Chapter 3 first discusses the criminological theories of the Classical School, including the
works of Cesare Beccaria and Jeremy Bentham. The text discusses the five basic assumptions of
Crime is caused
Chapter 04 Outline
Imagine our society without laws. How would order be maintained? How would individuals
be protected from harm? How would society be protected? Law provides these protections,
insulating society from mass chaos. Chapter 4 discusses many
Chapter 02 Outline
Crime Data and Social Policy
Data provide a picture of crime in society.
Data are used as a tool to make social policy decisions.
The Collection of Crime Data
Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program A statistical reporting prog
CCJ 3024 Syllabus 1
University of South Florida
CCJ 3024-799 Survey of Criminal Justice Systems
3 Credit Hours
Spring - 2016
Class Time & Location
Nicholas Perez, M.S.
Office Location: Criminology Department, SOC 340
Office Hours: Tuesda
Ch. 8 Criminology Notes
1. Under Florida law. A person can use lethal force in self-defense without retreating if he
or she reasonably believes that his or her life is in danger
2. Trial by jury is rare fate of criminal suspects is decided during pre tria
Criminology Notes (Ch. 4)
1. Preventing Crime
a. According to Professor Skolnick, on a limited basis, police can certainly prevent
some crimes: exemplary police work; well-led, well-managed, and approx.
resourced police force
i. A number of police strateg
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Your background, skills and talents give you excellent chances for
success in your own business.
HOW YOU COMPARE TO OTHERS
For this discussion, I chose the Attachment Theory. The attachment theory was
developed by John Bowlby in 1969 with his argument that the early relationship between an
infant and a caregiver largely determines the quality of social relationships early in
For this assignment I chose the movie The Silence of the Lambs and the character of
Hannibal Lecter as the psychopath.
The movie takes place in Baltimore, Maryland which is where the Baltimore State
Hospital for the Criminally Insane is located. There res
Chapter 9, Part 2Sentencing
I. Who Sentences
A. Jury: jury may sentence in misdemeanor or felony cases, but unusual
1. juries required to sentence to deathsee, Ring v. Arizona, (2002)
a. post-Gregg v. Georgia, (1976) death penalty requires
Chapter 12, Reading Guide:
1. What is Diversion? How does it work, and what are its alleged benefits?
2. What kinds of conditions, and what types of probation are there?
3. How do electronic monitoring, day fines, restitution, day report, community servic
1. What happens if a convict violates the terms of probation? chapter 12
Violating a condition of probation will not automatically result in a revocation and prison
sentence; however the judge has the legal authority to revoke prob
Reading Guide, Chapter 9
-What is due process and the source of it in our law?
-What are the steps from arrest to trial?
-What happens at initial appearance and the preliminary hearing?
-How is bail set, what types of bail are there, and what reforms are