Kennesaw State University
There are 5 areas of the impact of crime, which are emotional, financial, physical,
social and spiritual impact. When watching the Victim Impact video, I noticed that
Exam 1 Study Guide
The US has a Dual Court system - one court system for Federal cases, one court system
for state cases.
o Cases can be presented in both systems for the same conduct
The Federal Court system includes:
Study Guide Test 4
*EXTRA CREDIT* Henrys beads
Sentencing the formal pronouncement of punishment following a conviction
Four purposes of punishment:
Study Guide Test 2
Stop and Frisk two separate acts
o Stop Determine if criminal activity has or is about to take place
Reasonable/articulable suspicion required
Stops based solely on race are invalid may be a factor, amo
Study Guide Test 3
Plain view doctrine items that are within sight of an officer who is legally in the place
from which the view is made may properly be seized without a warrant.
o Officer must gain awareness through sigh
Policing: History and Structure
The British Model is where much of early American Policing was based
During the early years when a person was accused of committing an
offesnse and could be identified, he / she was usually pursued
What does society do when there appears to be a conflict over due process rights or over what should
be legal behavior and one party has to compromise?
Due process rights most rights come from the bill of rights from the 5 th and 14th amendment
Criminologists use a wide variety of methods and techniques to measure the nature and extent of crime.
One of the most common methods of data collections is SURVEY RESEARCH. Survey data is obtained
through questionnaires and/or int
Exam Three Chapter
Chapters 9 & 12
Thinking and language are two talents that are
part of being human.
how unique are these talents to humans?
In what ways are these talents better suited for
Financial Operations of
Chapter 7 + additional materials
Financial operations of both Property and Casualty Insurers and
Life Insurance Companies
Major sections of balance sheet: assets, liabilities and
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LAND 2520 HISTORY OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT SPRING 2008
Term Gothic not used in middle ages; given to the style in centuries after Renaissance had
brought about return to classical style. Gothic
To learn Expected Utility Theory
To learn Individuals objective when making decisions under uncertainty
How different it is between risk preference (risk averse, risk neutral, r
I have added one more
lecture on global climate
change and so
We will be moving the 2nd
exam from Tuesday next
week (March 22nd) to
Thursday (March 24th).
CO2 Monitoring Sites
CO2 Concentration (ppm)
Eco-time trends in CO2
Explanatory science seeks
to discover which
variables affect another
and how much of the
variability in the
observations can be
Midterm Chapters Review
Students Copy PSYC1101 ~ Fall 2015
Chapters 6, 7, & 8
Making Sense of Complexity
Feeling, awareness, impression, being aware
of or detecting a physical energy (a
stimulus) from the en
David G. Myers
Special update for DSM-5
Student Fill-In Copy
PSYC1101.05 ~ Fall 2015 Final Exam Review
Students please study all of the slides, fill in the blanks the best that you can. We
will review a
Test 3 Review for Communication 1109 Spring 2015 - Jersey
Media clips/Class demonstrations
Chapter 8 The Merger episode of the The Office Season 3)
Speech Anxiety - Miss South Carolina youtube clip, Evan Baxter, broadcaster on the news in
movie Bruce Almi
Template for a Resume
Resumes MUST be adapted to every case of use
to be effective!
What goes into a resume?
Header: with your name address (permanent) or local
Phone number, and e-mail address
How can someone get in touch with you, ASAP?
I prefer top cen
Reliability is the Linchpin
For identification evidence to be dismissed on due process grounds,
defendants have to prove two elements by a preponderance of
1. The procedure used to identify was unnecessarily and
Special Needs Searches
Beyond Criminal Law Enforcement Searches
The U.S. Supreme Court has applied the Fourth Amendment to a wide range of
searches that go beyond criminal law enforcement to meet special needs.
Special needs searches need no
The Nature of Confessions
Defendants confess or make incriminating statements in four different
1. They confess to friends and associates, who report these
statements to officials.
2. They confess during plea bargaining or while pleading guilty
BUT, the exclusionary rule, mandating courts to ban the introduction of
good evidence obtained by bad law enforcement is mostly
found in the United States.
The Exclusionary Rule
Bad methods refers to police actions that violate any of five
Seizure of Persons: Arrest
Arrests are More Intrusive than Stops
Arrests, like stops, are Fourth Amendment seizures, but, they are more invasive and
require a higher objective basis to make them reasonable. They differ from stops in a
Stop and Frisk
The Power to Stop
The power to stop and question suspicious persons is ancient, but it was questioned
during the due process revolution of the 1960s.
Some people argued that outsiders needed protection from police
and their ri
Searches for Evidence
Searches and Crime Control
Crime control couldnt survive without searches.
The Fourth Amendment balances the need for searches against the
invasion of individuals right to privacy.
The right against unreasonable search
The Definition of Searches and Seizures
Crime Control in a Constitutional Democracy
Crime control in a constitutional democracy depends on information, most of which
comes from what police see and hear.
Sometimes, police need information from