Alternatives to Prison for Punishment and Rehabilitation

18 Apr 2018

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Assess the alternative to prison in dealing with offenders Crime has always been prevalent in the myriad spheres of our society and will never cease to exist. To combat crimes, methods have been derived to deter these depending on the gravity of the crime itself. The graver the crime the graver the punishment. These methods can prove to be inefficient. In this eventuality new ways must ...

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Exploration of Women's Pathways into Criminality

13 Apr 2018

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EXPLORING WOMEN’S PATHWAYS INTO CRIME AT CHIKURUBI FEMALE PRISON. WASHINGTON BONGANI NGULUBE CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION 1.1 Introduction The study of female crimes has been limited when compared to the study of male crimes. This research focuses on the why there has been an increase in women participating or committing criminal activities particularly armed robbery at Chikurubi Female Prison in Harare. This chapter will highlight ...

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Comparison of Criminal Traits

28 Mar 2018

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Abstract Cesare Lombroso’s (1960) Criminal Man led to a new discipline in criminology, placing a link between physical anomalies and crime. Certain attributes were said to be the result of a biologically inferior presence which led to a life of crime (Ellwood, 1912). An observational study interpreted a number of ‘mugshots’ made up of criminals and Psychology staff from Canterbury Christ Church University. ...

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A summary and assessment of labelling theory

13 Sep 2016 14 Dec 2017

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Keywords: becker, labelling theory, criminology theories, Part of the assumption about the way policing and the law works is that punishing criminal behaviour has a deterrent effect. Whatever controversies surround the efficacy of deterrence - and they are myriad - it seemed hard for many early theorists to believe that punishing criminal behaviour does any actual harm to society. What labelling theorists introduced was the idea ...

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Issues with Sex Offender Registration Laws

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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Criminal recidivism poses a serious risk to public safety. In the middle 1990's, the United States passed a series of laws to deal with the sex offender threat to the public. The legislative solution for the problem of sex offenders was found in sex offender registration and notification laws. This legislation stemmed from a series of highly publicized incidents where the offender had prior record of committing ...

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Bank Robber: John Dillinger, a Biography

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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John Dillinger was one of the Midwest and our nations most elusive and notorious bank robbers. Many thought of Dillinger as a modern day Robin Hood that stole from the very institutions that where foreclosing on broken farmers. (Life, 2003). The truth is that John Dillinger was a career criminal that lead a life of crime that started with Deviance in his youth. Some described his behavior ...

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Theories of Criminology for Terrorism

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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ORIGIN Terrorism has occurred throughout history for a variety of reasons. Its causes can be historical, cultural, political, social, psychological, economic, or religious-or any combination of these. Some countries have proven to be particularly susceptible to terrorism at certain times, as Italy and West Germany were during the 1970s. Terrorist violence escalated precipitously in those two countries for a decade before declining equally dramatically. Other countries, such ...

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Criminal Liability Case Study

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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Table of Statutes Offences Against the Person Act 1861 Theft Act 1968 The Criminal Damages Act 1971 Criminal Damages Act 1971 Tables of cases Perkins & Boyce Criminal Law 830-831 (3rd ed. 1982) Hall, General Principles of Criminal Law 222-27 (2d ed. 1960) Rv wolling(1998)A ALL ER103) DPPv Majewski (1976) All ER42 Rv Burstow Rv Ireland 1997AC Diolock LJ in mowatt (1967) 3 ALLER 47 DPPV ...

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Crime Rates in the UK: Changes Over Time

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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Crime has devastating consequences to the economic and social dimensions of any country. Unfortunately despite increased efforts to fight crime halting it seems to be impossible. Slack (2009) points out that official crime figures indicate that the country has the worst rate essentially for all types, or categories of violent crimes when compared to the United States and other countries that appear on the list of the ...

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Due Process And Crime Control Models

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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The purpose of this paper is to research both the Due Process and Crime Control Models. After researching each of the topics, they will be discussed in further detail. Both of the models will be compared and contrasted as well. Both of the models have proven to be well known and used throughout the United States, as well as many other parts of the world; both models ...

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Crime in Australia: An Overview

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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What is Crime What is Crime? Crime can be defined as breaking the law. The government or authorities usually set laws that the citizens must follow, punishment is prescribed for those who bleach those laws. The laws provided by a state are an example of behavior codes that influence society. The legal or criminal justice system enforces the law and punishes those who break it. There is ...

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US Police Recruitment Steps

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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Career Exploration into Policing Criminal Justice Steps in the department's recruitment process The department of the Ohio state police has immense and significant aspects that are usually put into consideration during the recruitment process of potential police officers. Great consideration is taken into serious account where everyone in the recruitment process is considered the same as the other no matter from which particular group one comes from ...

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Domestic Violence in Society

03 Oct 2016 11 Dec 2017

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Chapter-1 INTRODUCTION The domestic violence is customary in our society. It has varying manifestations in the society along with the causes which give rise to the domestic violence. Domestic violence in any form, is detrimental for the family and hence society. It has hostile bearings upon the lives of people, children, women and adolescents which result stirring space by disturbing social relationships. Domestic violence with enduring ...

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Psychological Concepts of Naxalism

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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General 1. Psychological operation is as old as war. It has formed a part of the conflict resolution process since the ancient times. CH Brewitt Taylor in his translation of a Chines text as San Kuo or Romance of the three kingdom, observes that, as early as in AD 2000 a group of pro Han loyalists combined basic elements of psychological instrument, in conflict resolution. Kautalya and ...

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Concepts of Green Criminology and Environmental Crime

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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The fast social, technological, political and environmental development of the world we live in is almost beyond comprehension. All these changes have created growing demands for goods and services that cannot be supplied anymore by the ordinary economy and business services, but the criminal economy must jump in. Furthermore, new mobility has increased trade, tourism, expansion of the scientific and cultural cooperation and much more. Borders are ...

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Issues of Drug Trafficking in the US

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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Drug Trafficking is a growing epidemic that faces are great nation and fragile borders every day. The United States has been fighting this battle for decades and there seems no end in sight. When will enough be enough and when will we see change across the United States to stop the drug trafficking problems? Every day in the news there is a headline about drugs and how ...

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Efficacy of Death Penalty as a Punishment

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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The main aim of this research project is to evaluate the efficacy of death penalty as a punishment. The researcher has tried her best to do an objective study on the topic, without any subjectivity or personal biases or prejudices. Since this is a sensitive topic and different schools of thought have different opinion about capital punishment, the researcher has tried to analyse and understand the pros ...

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Racial Conflict in the Criminal Justice System

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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Racial conflict is defined as societal controversies related to variances in ethnic, cultural, or national affiliation. Specifically, racial conflict is the result of one dominant culture's control of differing cultures through economics, politics, social policy, and law. In the U.S. juvenile and criminal justice systems, the term racial conflict can be used to refer to discriminatory practices by those who work in the juvenile and criminal justice ...

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Causes of Human Trafficking

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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An examination of the issues and challenges of trafficking bring us face to face with the stark reality of the situation. Hordes of women and children are victims of grave human rights violation having been trafficked by vested interests using lure, deceit, compulsion, threat and coercion before being pushed into the gory world of CSE or other forms of bondage. They are subjected to physical and mental ...

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Concepts of Organized Crime

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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Statistically, most crimes committed in major American cities are crimes of passion, convenience, or opportunity committed by individual perpetrators; these can be classed as street crime or disorganized crime (Ryan and George, 1997). Disorganized crimes are difficult to predict and, often, difficult to solve. Because they cut across racial, class, and gender lines, disorganized crimes have fascinated historians, and there are several studies that attempt to find ...

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Types and Forms of Racism

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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Racism has been around for a long it and it is quite difficult to point out whether it is going to end today or in the near future. Many people would think of racism in terms of Whites oppressing the Blacks but there are various forms of racial discrimination that we will analyze shortly. Racial discrimination overall is not a good thing. Those who practice it should ...

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Issues for Women in Law Enforcement

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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Women were not considered for law enforcement employment unless it was in a typical job in the profession such as, special units, desk and office jobs and received lower pay. While women were often thought of as being weaker in this profession, they fought to be recognized by constantly trying to prove themselves to be better in a male dominated arena. Women have had their struggles as ...

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Drug Treatments in US Prisons

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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Drugs such as marijuana and cocaine and amphetamines and heroin together with drug-addiction are correlated to crime in a number of ways. Being a criminal offence to use, to be in possession, to produce, or to dispense these drugs, they are categorized as prohibited. The upshots of usage of drugs, including aggression, including robbery to obtain funds to acquire drugs, including aggression against competitor traffickers, affect the ...

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Effect of Foreign Workers in Malaysia

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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Malaysia's economy expanded rapidly in recent years. Giant development projects run smoothly. As a result, there is a wide range of employment opportunities and labor shortage problems. Malaysia is among 10 countries listed as the top employer of foreigners in the world. Nowadays, we can meet with foreign workers from Indonesia, the Philippines, Bangladesh, Nepal, India and China who are working in various low-paying sectors such as ...

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Juvenile and Adult Criminal Justice Courts: Comparison

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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The juvenile court system has been in existence since 1899 (Kerbs, n.d.). Although this does not show how long juvenile crimes have been taking place, it does give one a glimpse into how long juvenile crime has been taken to courts. Politically, both sides of the spectrum; liberals as well as conservatives "are calling for the abolition of the juvenile court's jurisdiction over delinquency adjudications" (Kerbs, n.d.). ...

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Custodial Death and Human Rights Concerns

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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Whenever we go through daily newspapers or news on broadcast media or internet, one of the most common topics we can find is deaths in custody. This is something that we get to hear about most often from people surrounding us, and it has been happening for quite a long time, not only in a particular country or region, but in the whole world. However, many people ...

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Drug Abuse In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

23 Mar 2015 11 Dec 2017

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BACKGROUND STUDY Drug abuse is a cause of concern to all nations around the world either in developing countries and undeveloped countries and in both cases the most affected are the youth,. Due to the rapid increase in drug related crime and drug abusers in Asian countries, the establishment of effective countermeasures for demand and supply reduction are a pressing issue. And if they are all left ...

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Statistical Analysis Results of Crime

21 Nov 2017

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THE ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE (ANOVA), STUDENTS ‘T’ TESTS AND MATRIX ALGEBRA By ATUBI, A. 0. Ph.D. Introduction The ANOVA sometimes referred to as the F test (named after the statistician Sir Roland Fisher, the author of this test) is a set of procedures for testing the significance of differences among more than two independent means. This procedure determines the extent to which there are significant differences ...

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The Official Crimes Statistics

02 Nov 2017

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Official crime statistics (OCS) are crimes which are recorded by the police and which they choose to investigate. There are two types of crime statistics, officially recorded crime and Crime Survey of England and Wales. Recorded crimes can provide information on trends in crime, are an important indicator of the police workload and ...

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Why People Have Allusions Of High Crime

02 Nov 2017

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These are disturbing times. Almost each day, when we watch the television, read a newspaper, or listen to the radio, we are bombarded with threats to our well-being and safety. Such risks are difficult to detect, and at times contentious, ranging from issues such as terrorism, crime, and so forth. Currently, the United States incarcerates ...

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Three Important Functions Of The Family

02 Nov 2017

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Ranen Solymosi Sociology 335 Mid-Term Paper In my opinion, 18 year olds should not be sent to prison for a life term. Many factors can play into a young adult’s decision making and attitude towards life. Social and economic reasons also reasons for crime. Family life can have a dramatic effect on ...

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Unemployment Situation In India

02 Nov 2017

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Chapter 4 Chapter 4: Employment – Unemployment Situation in India: Some Results from NSS Rounds (Since 1983 to 2009-10) 4.1 Background The National Sample Survey Office (NSSO), as a part of its 66th round survey programme during the period July 2009 - June 2010, carried out an all-India household survey on the subject of employment ...

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The War Against Firearm

02 Nov 2017

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"Since 1997, gun crime has doubled. It now stands at 10,000 a year—one every hour of every day. Attempted murder with firearms has doubled to more than 1,200 a year—more than three attempted murders every day" this is why such a great deal of government and local resources must be used in effectively combating the ...

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Reasons For Ever Increasing Prison Populations

02 Nov 2017

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Introduction Recent events, including the 2011 riots that shocked our civilised jurisdiction, [1] coupled with the infamous comments made by Judge Peters Bowers that a burglar was "courageous" for breaking into someone’s property and that prison is rarely an appropriate course of action to remedy the harm caused (commenting instead that it can have an adverse impact ...

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Gun Laws What If We Didnt Have Any

02 Nov 2017

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Etheridge, L AP Government and Politics Gun laws, what if we didn’t have any? Crimes are happening in our country every day. With crime comes weapon usage leading us to the long debate this country is having over whether or not to have stricter gun control laws. With recent gun violence, the government is trying ...

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The Death Penalty In Light

02 Nov 2017

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Punishment has greatly changed from systems present in the 18th century to those which we rely upon today. Before the introduction of contemporary penology and the development of the prison system; punishment was often carried out in the most violent of forms in order to create the highest possible levels of pain and suffering in ...

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Preposition Of Social Bond Theory

02 Nov 2017

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Social bond theory was introduced in 1969 by Travis Hirschi in his publication of Causes of Delinquency. As part of the social control theories family, social bond theory presumes that delinquent and criminal behaviours are normal, and conformist behaviour is the phenomenon that needs to be explained (Hass, 2001). According to Hirschi, individuals are predisposed ...

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The Oldest Crimes In Human History

02 Nov 2017

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2.1 Introduction Organised crime is one of the oldest crimes in human history dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries (Duyne, 1996). It emerged out of the power vacuum created by the absence of state enforcement allowing criminal gangs to provide primitive state services with higher economic gains as opposed to those associated with ...

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The Punishment Or Reformation

02 Nov 2017

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Abstract "Punishment governs all mankind; punishment alone preserves them; punishment awakes while their guards are asleep; the wise considers the punishment as the perfection of justice". [1]  Punishment is the authoritative imposition of something unpleasant on an individual, entity or organisation because of their behaviour or a certain act done by them, which is not acceptable in the society. During ...

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The Impact Of Crime On Jamaicas Economy

02 Nov 2017

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An economic problem that Jamaica faces as a country is "Crime". Crime may be defined as an intentional act or omission in violation of criminal law. For many decades Jamaica has been plagued with crime and violence. This has been a major concern of the nation and the Government since the mid -1970s. In ...

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The Impact Of Female Sexual Offending On Victims

02 Nov 2017

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A staggering rise of 132% (2,142) in calls made to ChildLine reporting female sexual abuse occurred in 2008/09, compared with 923 calls in 2004/05 (NSPCC, 2009). This emphasises the extent of the problem of female-perpetrated sexual abuse in society. This dissertation focuses on female child sexual abuse. Where offending behaviour is referred to, it relates ...

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The Spatial Distribution Of Vehicle Crime

02 Nov 2017

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Abstract. Chainey & Ratcliffe (2005: 1) note that: "Crime has an inherent geographic quality. When a crime occurs, it happens at a place with a geographic location." The following essay is based on an exercise where geographic data of individual vehicle crimes in an area of Liverpool referred to as "Mercey" was ...

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American Public University System

02 Nov 2017

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Charles Town, West Virginia WAR ON DRUGS: LEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA AND THE EFFECT ON SOCIETY AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of OF ARTS In CRIMINAL JUSTICE By Vasty Sanchez-Nelson January 20, 2013 The author hereby grants the American Public University System the right ...

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The Police Are Primarily Crime Fighters

02 Nov 2017

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‘Anyone attempting to construct a workable definition for the police role will typically come away with…a new found appreciation for the intricacies of police work.’ (Goldstein, 1977:p.21) As Goldstein states, police role is very difficult to define and is also ‘extremely diverse, ambiguous and dynamic.’ (Dempsey and Forst, 2011:p.126) Definitions of policing tend to ...

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The Meaning Of Moral Panic

02 Nov 2017

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In order to discuss the matter and explore the subject fully, the meaning of moral panic, which has often misinterpreted must be correctly defined. According to Cohen, moral panic often involves some degree of persecutions and the exaggerated response, often irrational and disproportionate to the threat affiliated with the accused group, from the public and ...

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Race Difference And The Inclusive Society

02 Nov 2017

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TOPIC Overrepresentation of ethnic minorities in certain aspects of the criminal justice system: race and sentencing INTRODUCTION The overrepresentation of ethnic minorities in the criminal justice system looks like this: in 79.6% of arrests in 2009-10 the individuals involved classified their ethnicity as white. In 2010 conviction ratios for indictable offences were higher for white ...

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The Use Of Criminal Statistics In The 19th Century

02 Nov 2017

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In 1825 14,437 people had been charged with various criminal crimes. Some 12,500 of them had been charged with theft. Most of the theft was petty with only a small amount being large sums or objects of great monetary value, and very few were involved in violence. Most of the prosecuted came from poorer sections ...

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A Study On Entrepreneurial Crime

02 Nov 2017

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Entrepreneurial Crime Muhammad K Shaikh Course number and title Instructor’s name University Date Business activity is an important tool for the formation and development of market relations all over the globe because it allows to increase the efficiency of economic relations, to enlarge the economic potential of individual economic entities, and a country as a ...

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Kenya As A Country

02 Nov 2017

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1.1 INTRODUCTION Kenya as a country is faced by threats and challenges of organized gangs. The government of Kenya through its police force listed a total of 33 groups as organized gangs that conducts their criminal activities in Kenya. These groups include but not limited to Al-Shabaab, Baghdad Boys, Chinkororo, Congo by Force, Jeshi la ...

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The Male Abuse Victims

02 Nov 2017

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Name: Institution: Course: Instructor: Date: Male abuse victims Abuse is a lack of control by a person who believes they can exercise dominance though humiliating, manipulating and controlling other people to get them to fear them or respect them. There is a growing concern of increased number of male victims of domestic abuse. Depending on ...

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Predictability Of Delinquency Rates Through Acculturation

02 Nov 2017

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Margaret Sabia Walden University Predictability of Delinquency rates through Acculturation Status among Adolescents Issues concerning immigration have existed in the United States since the founding of the nation (Congressional Budget Office, 2006). The process granting foreign born individuals the ability to become United States citizens has been well established since 1790 (Congressional Budget Office, ...

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Two Low Visibilities And The Closed Door Character

02 Nov 2017

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"Fight for gender equality is not a fight against men. It is a fight against traditions that have chained them-a fight against attitudes that are ingrained in the society-it is a fight against system-a fight against proverbial Lakshman Rekha which is different for men and different for women. The society must rise to the occasion ...

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Crime Among Children Or Juvenile Crime

02 Nov 2017

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ABSTRACT Crime among children or "juvenile crime" is one of the most serious social problems in Viet Nam nowadays. Especially in recent years, juvenile crime had an extensive quantity and a various form, which caused by children themselves and their community. This paper, based on secondary research, discusses three questions of what the situation of ...

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Criminology And Its History Theories

02 Nov 2017

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Criminology is defined as the scientific approach to study of the crime and its behavior (1), but a more classic definition of criminology as described by Edwin Sutherland and Donald Cressey "Criminology is the body of knowledge regarding crime as a social phenomenon. It includes within its scope the processes of making laws, of ...

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Reducing The Gang Violence

02 Nov 2017

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Over the past couple of years, Philadelphia has seen an increase in crimes committed. The city’s murder rate reached its highs not seen since the 1980s, according to the Philadelphia Police Department (Estrada). As a direct result, Philadelphia is now considered one of the most violent and dangerous cities in the U.S. More than three ...

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Prostitution Is Violence Against Women

02 Nov 2017

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ASC316 Criminalisation of Sex Submitted by Candidate No: 633141 Prostitution is known to be one of the oldest professions in society. Some regard it as morally wrong, but in the UK the act itself is not criminal. Due to stereotypes surrounding prostitution, sex workers expect to experience violence, as society holds little respect for them. ...

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The Crime Museum At Scotland Yard

02 Nov 2017

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Arguments over whether the police should be routinely armed date to the creation of the capital’s first force by Robert Peel in 1829. Indeed, senior officers in the 19th century would often carry a side-arm. But British policing took a different direction from that of Europe or America by declining to issue weapons on a ...

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Ap Governments And Politics

02 Nov 2017

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Madeline McCloskey Etheridge, L AP Government and Politics School shootings have mortified and interested people for years. The biggest question on everyone’s mind is always "why"? Why did the killer or killers do what they did, or what made them become such vicious people? Each school shooting was triggered by different reasons; most of the ...

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The Life Of Inner City Gangs

02 Nov 2017

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The juvenile justice reform movement in this Nation has been devoted to finding new ways to reduce gang-related crime and violence. A number of states have enacted laws that enhanced the penalties for gang-related offenses and many local jurisdictions have adopted ordinances that are designed to curb or outlaw gang-related activities. But the problems with ...

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A Study Of Hate Crime

02 Nov 2017

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Abstract Hate crime is a term that was born in the 1980’s from journalists and policy advocates who were trying to describe crimes of bias against African Americans, Asians, and Jews. From there, the term hate crime expanded and an act was passed that required the tracking of hate crime statistics. These statistics can often ...

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The Penal Law Of India

02 Nov 2017

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INTRODUCTION The Penal Law of India is the resource of definitions and descriptions of substantive offences. It consists of 511 sections specifying different kinds of offences. Section 53 deals with the "Punishment". [1]  The punishments prescribed are mainly 5 in numbers. Every offence describes the punishment also. According to Section 53 of Indian Penal Code, 1860, ...

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The Probation Service Changed Since 1907

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How has the main purpose of the Probation Service changed since 1907? The probation service was founded by the Probation of Offenders act in 1907, and England and Wales could celebrate a whole century with the probation service in 2007. What we today identify as the Probation Service have its origins from as early as ...

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The Sociological Subject Area Of Deviance

02 Nov 2017

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"There is no such thing as ‘deviance’, only the vested interests and the beliefs of the powerful" (Sumner, 1994, p. 302). Deviance cannot occur without codes of acceptable behaviour, whether they are formal or informal. His work however, can be criticised as his theoretical interpretation looks at social deviance as an object of enquiry rather ...

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Revolvers Are Repeating Firearms

02 Nov 2017

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Revolvers are repeating firearms that consist of a cylinder containing multiple chambers, with at least one barrel for firing. The name "revolver" comes from the short-form of its original name, "revolving gun". As its name suggests, the revolver is uniquely designed such that the chambers of a revolver "revolve" around an axis. As one ...

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The Gun Control Debate

02 Nov 2017

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Charlie Roberts Etheridge, L AP Government and Politics The Gun Control Debate In the United States of America the debate over the strictness and enforcement of gun control laws has recently been brought to the surface in the general public and government. After recent incidents, one of which being the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, ...

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The Impact Of Female Sexual Offending

02 Nov 2017

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Female child sexual offenders: Perceptions, treatment and impact on victims. Dissertation Sophie 20 March 2013 Word count: 10,979 Declaration The following dissertation submitted in candidature for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in the Swansea University is the result of my own work. All sources used in the preparation of this dissertation have been properly ...

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The Refusal Of Catholic Childrens Agencies

02 Nov 2017

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Activity 984074 a) Look at the nine major arguments of right realism and construct counter arguments E.g. Argument 8. Counter Argument:  The refusal of Catholic children's agencies to consider gay couples as adoptive parents is against the law in England.  Consideration of gay couples is contrary to the moral beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church.  ...

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What Goes Around Comes Around

02 Nov 2017

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Jessica Baeza Sociology 102 What Goes Around Comes Around: Murder Creates Death For centuries, the Constitution has served as a foundation for the United States of America. The foundation has not been set in stone and throughout years of refining and reconstructing the foundation, there has been twenty-seven amendments made. One of the amendments, the ...

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The Political Issue Surrounding Immigration

02 Nov 2017

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Helene Huynh Immigration and Policy Paper Professor Barnett Social Work 342 January 25, 2013 The political issue surrounding immigration has been around since the mid-19th century. During the 1840s and 1850s, the Irish Roman Catholics became the main topic and focus. After the wave of immigrants coming from both Europe and Asia between 1880 and ...

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Violence In The Society

02 Nov 2017

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Elyse Panici Understanding Society, SOCI 1015 EL 10 Carol A. Kauppi Violence in Society Violence has been present in society since the dawn of our species, Homo Sapiens, and has been intimately woven into our minds as necessary for survival even when not applicable or appropriate. In some ancient cultures and premodern societies, ritualistic human ...

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Special Political And Decolonization Committee

02 Nov 2017

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Issue: Comprehensive review of a strategy to eliminate future sexual exploitation and abuse in United Nations peacekeeping operations Student Officer: Lina Molloholli Position: Dep. President of GA INTRODUCTORY LETTER OF STUDENT OFFICER Dear Delegates, My name is Lina Molloholli and I will be co-chairing the Special Political and Decolonization Committee of the 3rd Platon School ...

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Sex Offender Registration Law

02 Nov 2017

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Raped of Rights Tyesha Miller English 215 Dr. Karman Strayer University Criminal recidivism poses a serious risk to public safety. In the 1990’s, the United States passed a series of laws to counter the sex offender threat to the public. The government solution for the problem of sex offenders was greeted by updates in ...

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Phenomenon Of Mixed Motivations

02 Nov 2017

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Abstract There is an increasing recognition of the phenomenon of mixed motivations for migration and mixed migration flows that include both people who cross the border to escape conflict or those who leave due to economic strays. The emergence of these complex migration dynamics requires that policy take into account the mixed motivations of migrants ...

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Addictions And Genetics Addictions

02 Nov 2017

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Abstract Drug addiction is a compulsive drive to take drugs despite there being potentially serious and dangerous consequences. For decades drug addiction has been seen as negative choice for an individual to make, and has been viewed as a voluntary choice by the addict. However, recent studies have shown that it is not simply a ...

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Population Growth And Crime Rate

02 Nov 2017

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IBADAN, NIGERIA ABSTRACT This research work studies the population in Ibadan, evaluating it’s relationship with crime rates within the city, which has been a major threat to the city(Ibadan) development with little effort being taking to curb it , This was studied from the micro perspective of the respondents and some secondary data were collected ...

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Police Motor Vehicle Pursuits

02 Nov 2017

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Law Enforcement Operations CJ-3006 Mark Way Instructor: Todd Larkin Brown Mackie College Boise Idaho Police officers face many dangers in the course of their duties; none, with the exception of domestic violence, is more dangerous than emergency pursuits of fleeing suspects. Information collected by the U.S. Department of Transportation indicates that approximately 250,000 high speed ...

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The Introduction To Community Oriented Policing

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Many law enforcement agencies nationwide have come to envision the Community-oriented policing concept as the future of law enforcement, and are implementing this program with varying degrees of commitment of personnel and equipment. This research was conducted to determine the origin, characteristics, goals, advantages and disadvantages of community-oriented policing. Community Oriented Policing is a policing ...

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Australias Counter Terrorism Strategy

02 Nov 2017

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Name: Institution: Course: Australia’s Counter-Terrorism Strategy The 9/11 terrorist attacks crushed the United States and sent shockwaves to many countries around the world. The magnitude and sophistication of the attacks exposed the cracks within intelligence agencies and heralded the emergence of a brand of terrorism that is internationalized, asymmetrical, and highly sophisticated [1] . In order to ...

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Understanding Transnational Organized Crime

02 Nov 2017

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The expansion and sophistication of transnational crime represents one of the most dangerous threats we confront in the next millennium. - Rand Beers (May 4, 2011) images.jpg LEARNING OBJECTIVES At the end of the Chapter, the reader should be able to: discuss the various definitions of the term organized crime; describe the nature of an organized ...

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The Effects Of Eyewitnesses On Jurors

02 Nov 2017

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Christina Scroggs Louisiana Tech University Abstract Eyewitness testimony is often the most influential part of a trial. Misplaced confidence in eyewitness testimony is a major cause of wrong verdicts due to the fact that eyewitness testimony is heavily weighted by jurors. This experiment was conducted in order to compare three conditions (no eyewitness, discredited eyewitness, ...

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What Are The Socio Economic Crimes

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Introduction Law is a system of rules and procedures which are imposed through social foundations to govern behavior amongst society. Laws are made by governments; specifically by their legislatures. The constructions of laws themselves are influenced by the constitution and the rights encoded in there. The law shapes politics, economies and society in countless ways and serves as a social mediator of ...

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The Community Oriented Policing

02 Nov 2017

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Glenn J. Letteer American Military University Criminal Justice 302 Professor Daniel Brush January 20, 2013 Policing has greatly evolved over time. Sir Robert Peel is known as the father of modern policing. He founded the Metropolitan Police Department in London, England in 1829. Sir Robert Peel founded the first modern police department ...

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The Social Control Theory Of Crime

02 Nov 2017

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A large body of criminological research inspired by social control theory has focused on how variations in the strength of individuals’ bonds to family, community, school, and other conventional groups and institutions relate to patterns of self-reported and officially recorded deviant behavior. Social control theory has origins in the early works of the moral and ...

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Immigration And Policy Papers

02 Nov 2017

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Helene Huynh Immigration and Policy Paper Professor Barnett Social Work 342 January 25, 2013 The political issue surrounding immigration has been around since the mid-19th century. During the 1840s and 1850s, the Irish Roman Catholics became the main topic and focus. After the wave of immigrants coming from both Europe and Asia between 1880 and ...

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Definition Of Juveniles Delinquents

02 Nov 2017

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Part I In the early Mauritian society, when a child becomes physically capable, responsibilities were given to him. Children were taught on how to be obedient to parents which was fundamental. The cultures and disciplines were preserved within the family. The trend between childhood and adulthood is adolescent which was not known. The socialization process ...

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Female Perpetrated Sexual Abuse

02 Nov 2017

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The focus of this dissertation has been on female-perpetrated sexual abuse. The main aim was to analyse the complexity of issues surrounding female sexual offending. It has addressed the research questions stated in Chapter 1 which refer to the way the media portrays FCSOs, how the CJS responds to them, and the impact on victims. ...

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The Management Of Planned And Unplanned Event

02 Nov 2017

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INTRODUCTION, ACCIDENT CAUSATION THEORY. AIM. MAIN BODY. Occupational Accidents all sectors: Work Accidents Investigation Technique (WAIT) & example. Larger Scale Industrial Incidents: TRIPOD High-tech-Oil-Gas industries & example. ACCIDENT CAUSATION FRAMEWORK EVALUATION. CONCLUSION. APPENDICIES. Causation Model Theory Representation. Work Accidents Investigation Technique (WAIT) Flowchart Stages 1-2. Tripod Reason’s Human Error and Violation Decision Principle. REFERENCES. INTRODUCTION: ...

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The Primary Source Evaluation

02 Nov 2017

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This report is an evaluation of the article "The Dangerous Classes" by John T Delane (editor of The Times 1841-1877) Published as the editorial view on the 2nd of January 1863. The report will look at the purpose for which the article was written and the individual who wrote the article. It will then go ...

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Police Occupational Culture Has Been Evolving

02 Nov 2017

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Introduction Police occupational culture has been evolving in recent years showing concern since it is viewed as one of the barriers respecting police reform. According to Fielding (1994, p.47), the occupational culture of policing can be regarded as ‘an almost pure form of hegemonic masculinity that emphasizes the aggressive physical action, competitiveness, exaggerated heterosexual orientations, ...

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The History And Background Of Terrorism

02 Nov 2017

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According to Flynn, terrorists carry out attacks as a way to create fear in citizens and to hold a government hostage by fear of destruction or harm. In the process, terrorists may use the media as an unwilling accomplice to broadcast their propagandas and to spread the impacts on their attacks in order to create ...

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The Police Perception And Uses

02 Nov 2017

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Jonathan Walker CRJ 130-W02 Police Administration Abstract Reports of police brutality and excessive force by police officers have been steadily declining over the last several years. This has resulted from a number of different factors including leadership within the police department, new technology, and better training for officers. The Police Perception and Use of Force ...

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A Case Control Study On Aggression

02 Nov 2017

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1. MBBS Students, AFMC 2. Prof & Head, Dept. of Psychiatry, AFMC 3. Assoc Prof, Dept. of Community Medicine, AFMC 4. Dean and Deputy Commandant, AFMC 5. Prof, Dept. of Internal Medicine, AFMC INTRODUCTION: Children’s Act 1960 defines a delinquent as "a child who has committed an offence". A "juvenile" means a boy or a ...

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The Challenge Of Child Soldiers

02 Nov 2017

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Yohanna Kagoro GANDU Department of Sociology Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Nigeria. E-mail: [email protected]) Abstract Since 2001 World statistics shows that the use of children as ‘Child Soldiers’ has continue to decline in regions such as Latin America, the Balkans, and the Middle East because conflict levels have typically decreased. But in Africa, parts ...

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In Western And Non Westerns Societies

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Ultimately, by modifying the controlled use of drugs allows users to function within society and reduce the harmful drug effects. For that reason, the need for harm reduction strategies must be regulated through the use of social controls (Yuet W, 2000). However, it must also be recongised that not all means will be effective as ...

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Criminal Behaviour

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To what extent can we view illegal drug use as a Dionysian (transgressive) response to the Apollonian (rationalising) pressures of late modern society?   Introduction The metaphysical desire . . ...

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Aims Of The Dissertation

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A staggering rise of 132% (2,142) in calls made to ChildLine reporting female sexual abuse occurred in 2008/09, compared with 923 calls in 2004/05 (NSPCC, 2009). This emphasises the extent of the problem of female-perpetrated sexual abuse in society. This dissertation focuses on female child sexual abuse. Where offending behaviour is referred to, it relates ...

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Vandalism Why Do People Do It

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Name Course Instructor February 27th 2013 Introduction Vandalism is the intentional defacement or destruction of property. It is a persistent problem. There is no model and single definition and its direct costs amount to millions of dollars every year and its broader effects range from discomfort and inconvenience, to fear and real danger to the ...

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How Female Sexual Offenders Are Perceived

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Abstract The purpose of this dissertation is to analyse how female sexual offenders are perceived and treated in society. This was achieved through secondary data analysis. The study starts by examining the background issues of female sexual offending, and presenting the potential typologies in order to understand the different kinds of female offenders.  It then ...

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Definition Of Juvenile Delinquent

02 Nov 2017

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Part I Introductory remarks This part is fundamental to understand juvenile delinquency as it the basics. Hence it starts with the meaning of delinquents or child in the Mauritian law. The theoretical perspective explains the causes of delinquency by great sociologists and criminologists. Finally, the gender perspective of delinquency is explaining the difference between boys ...

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The Classical School By Beccaria

02 Nov 2017

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Criminology Assessment The classical school by Beccaria generally places emphasis on the individual suggesting that we have the ability to make our own choices and that crime in society is a product of an individual’s free will. Unknown. (Unknown). Beccaria’s Theory. Beccaria’s theory is not really concerned with the nature of the criminal, but with ...

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