Crime Terrorism Quiz Review
The political crime that most people are concerned with.
It has become so commonplace that the media routinely ignore terror
attacks that take many lives.
The National Counterterrorism Center estimates that each ye
Crime Terrorism crime Review
What is Terrorism?
Who are the terrorists?
What are political crimes? Are they crimes committed by
In short, no, these are more typically considered White
Think John Edwards or Rod Blagojevich
Crime states and torture Review
State Political Crime
Some political crimes are committed by people who oppose the state,
whereas other are perpetrated by the state themselves against the people
they are supposed to serve.
This type of crime is considered
Crime forms and motives of terrorists review
The first terrorist activities were committed by members of minority
religious groups who engaged in violence to
A. Gain the right to practice their own form of religion
B. Establish the supre
Crime election and espionage review
Types of Political Crime
Election Fraud: the illegal interference with the process of an election.
These acts tend to involve affecting vote counts to bring about a
desired election outcome, whether by increasing the vo
Crime espionage Review
Espionage: more commonly called spying is the practice of obtaining
information about a government, organization, or society that is considered
secret or confidential without the permission of the holder of the
Crime Trends Review
Measuring Crime Trends and Rates
Official Data: The Uniform Crime Report (UCR)
More than 17,000 police agencies contribute records
Index Crimes (Part I)
Result of someone not paying attention
History of Forensic Psychology
Other personality tests assign a general personality or address a specific disorder.
Microanalysis (sodium amytal = truth
Crime ethics for organizations
Need to Study Ethics
Helps the business climate
Helps to maintain a healthy competitive economy
Prevents the proliferation of business regulations
Sense of self-worth and satisfaction
Crime Study Review
How Criminologists Study Crime
Self-report surveys and interviews
Sampling (selection process)
Population (sharing of similar characteristics)
Cross-sectional research (representative of all so