Chapter 13 questions
1. Describe the history and evolution of the juvenile justice system in the western world,
and list the 6 categories of children recognized by the laws of most states.
In the old days in the west, children who co
1. Probation is a sentence served while under supervision in the community. Its purpose is
to retain some control over criminal offenders while using community programs to
2. Parole is the supervised early release of inmates from corr
Chapter 4 questions
1. What are the basic purposes of policing in democratic societies? How are they consistent
with one another? In what ways might they be inconsistent?
Enforcing the laws, apprehending offenders, preventing crimes, providing t
( I did not have my book so you said it was ok to use the internet as my source.)
1. The FBI came to be in 1908 during the presidency of Theodore Roosevelt and was created by the
Attorney General Charles Bonaparte. During the 1920s the FBI was revamped by
Chapter 5 Questions
1. Name some of the legal restraints on police action, and list some types of behavior that
might be considered abuse of police authority. The 4th and 5th amendment, and breaking
these amendments, or doing thing
1. Crime during the last half century has helped shape todays criminal justice system. In the mid to
late 1800s, a crime outburst occurred that had something to do with social upheaval caused by
many immigrants during the war between the states.