I need help on writing a critical essay on the evolution of community policing and how it may assist in crime detection or protection.
This problem addresses an organized crime gang hidden within a Nebraska busy society, but identified and investigated by a proactive police department. Posing as a gun runner an undercover agent infiltrated the gang and with the help of being "wired" brought the investigation to a successful conclusion.
Briefly describe the evolution of urban gangs in the United States. How does this relate to juvenile crime?
Select, explain, then compare and contrast three theories of explanations of why certain adult males prefer children for sexual gratification. Also, use three references to support your argument.
Do you think we should have a separate justice system for juveniles, or should all juveniles be processed through the adult system? Why or why not? List six landmark juvenile Supreme Court cases other than Kent v. United States In re Gault. In re Winship. McKeiver v. Pennsylvania Breed v. Jones Schall v. Martin
Which process to you think is more effective, street justice by the police or processing juveniles through the court system? Why? Do you believe the juvenile justice system should support gang summits that claim to be working toward peaceful, lawful ways to improve the situation of gang members?
Should parents and guardians be held legally responsible when a juvenile commits a violent crime? Why or why not? Should the term juvenile delinquency encompass both those youths who commit nonviolent crimes? Violent crimes? Just a brief answer to each in your own words.
Justice System Position Paper help o The juvenile justice system should focus on rehabilitation. o The juvenile justice system should focus on punishment. Include the following in your paper: o Why should the juvenile justice system adopt the focus you have chosen? o What evidence supports your position? o How will the
Please help with the following problem. Please provide at least 300 words. How would I go about this: Outline the steps in the juvenile justice process and identify the differences between the juvenile and criminal justice systems?
What is required to establish an alliance between the community and the police? What are the major problems or obstacles in establishing an alliance and how can these obstacles be overcome?
What is the interrelationship between modern social problems and juveniles at risk? How might improvements be made that would positively effect each?
How would you quantify success for the Juvenile Justice System? How does system need to change and evolve to be successful?
Please describe profile behaviors and circumstances that are, or could be, considered at-risk for Juveniles and gangs. Identify risk factors and indicators to look for when identifying at-risk youth.
TASK: Joey is a 15-year-old boy who has been caught stealing a car. Joey lives with his mother in an impoverished urban area. Joey is rarely at home or at school?he spends most of his time with his friends. 1. Discuss the influence that the peer group, family, academic performance, and poverty have on juvenile offending.
TASK: You have been doing research on some aspects of the juvenile justice system. You need to compare the differences between the juvenile and adult court systems for an upcoming meeting. Use the following examples to illustrate the differences between the two systems: Jan, a 16-year-old girl, has been caught stealing an au
Compose a mission statement for the juvenile court system as it exists today. The mission statement should describe the general purpose, philosophy, and goals of the juvenile court system. Write a brief response explaining the rationale behind your mission statement.
? I need a summary describing the characteristics of the Juvenile Court system in Texas. Include information on the following topics: o Types of courts o General characteristics of the courts o Jurisdiction of the court o Court alternatives
I need help to locate three separate corrections programs and detention facilities in Massachusetts designed for violent juveniles. I need to select one detention facility and one correction program. The third selection can be of either genre. I need to write a summary describing the similarities and differences of the correcti
Do TV shows glorify drug use and encourage youths to enter the drug trade? Should all images of drinking and smoking be banned from TV? What about advertisements that try to convince youths how much fun it is to drink beer or smoke cigarettes?
Please help so I can complete the following: Locate an example of a terrorist organization from the Foreign Terrorist Organization List http://www.state.gov/s/ct/rls/fs/2002/12535.htm Research your chosen terrorist organization. Include APA formatted citations and references for sources used in your research. Discuss in 1,
Answer the questions listed below for each of the four articles appearing in Issues 8 and 11 in Debating Crime. Provide a 50 word minimum response to each question. Issue 8: "Black Jurors: Right to Acquit? (Jury Nulification)" by Paul Butler, p. 108 Under what circumstances does the author believe jurors should vote accordin
Imagine you are a member of the National Organization for Women Legislators (http://www.womenlegislators.ogg/), and you have been asked to present at the upcoming annual conference. Create a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation of 8-10 slides, with speaker notes, about current issues facing women who participate in, or are affec
I need help locating a recent article for this assingment and some ideas to get me started. Locate a recent news article about an adolescent offender. Refer to Figure 9.2 on p. 292 (attached). Describe the development of the offender's behavior. Post a 200-300 word response to this question. If the behavioral pattern is not
Read Comparative Criminology on pp. 278-79 (attached). Answer the following questions: 1-How would a conservative reply to a call for more restorative justice? How would a restorative justice advocate respond to a conservative call for more prisons? 2-Consider recent changes in American culture, how would a power-control
I need help with the following so I can complete assignment: Create a Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, geared toward teaching a group of junior high school students in your community about the role of law enforcement in the juvenile justice system. Your presentation must contain 7-10 slides and include speaker's notes t
Resources: http://www.deathpenaltyinfo.org/ http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/cp.htm http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/pubalp2.htm#cp. http://www.justicepolicy.com/dp/ http://websolutions.learfield.com/deathrow/ http://www.usdol.gov/opa/pr/2003/June/racial profiling fact sheet.pdf In your opinion, are minorities overrepresented on
I need help getting started. Locate from www.crimelibrary.com, a criminal from one of the following links: Serial Killers, Notorious Murder Cases, Gangsters and Outlaws, The Criminal Mind, or Terrorists, Spies and Assassins. Read the biography of your chosen criminal. Discuss the link between socialization references in the
Locate a diversion program in your community (Queens, New York), at a school, community service agency, or city recreational center, for example. Describe the purpose, target population, and results of the program. Discuss how diversion programs like this one are related to social process theories. (200-300 words)
Please help me so I can complete the following: Assume the role of any modern United States senator in a 1050-1400 word letter. Direct the letter to the Congress of the United States. Defend the use of the exclusionary rule. In the letter: Define the scope and limitations of the Fourth Amendment. Explain what you think sh