Read the two scenarios below. In light of these scenarios, discuss whether the assumption that juveniles are especially amenable to rehabilitation because of their age and perceived openness to learning new ways is true. In your opinion, should the right to rehabilitation be reserved for juvenile offenders? Provide a rationa
Describe the history of state policing in the United States. Provide examples of state policing. How is state policing used to enforce the law? What is jurisdiction? Describe the difference between federal and local police jurisdiction.
Select a country that has a criminal system different than the United States and do some research on how that particular county handles crime and criminals (i.e. Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Nigeria, etc). Discuss how that country handles such matter and contrast it by discussing in detail how the United States would handle a similar
1, Joseph McCarthy held congressional hearings in which he often used affiliation and hearsay to accuse people of being communists and a threat to the United States. What was unknown at the time was that while his methods were often distasteful and abusive - and possibly illegal - he did successfully identify some dangerous comm
Describe the following: - The process of communication and its components - Differences between listening and hearing in communication - The formal and informal channels of communication in criminal justice organizations - Different barriers to effective communication - Strategies that may be implemented to overcome commu
1. What are the key components/parts of the communication process? How do these components affect the process of communication and its overall effectiveness? 2. What is an example of the flow of communication? How does this affect an organization within the criminal justice system? 3. What barriers influence effective co
Provide an overview of the resources available to law enforcement officers in your area to help juvenile offenders. List the names and contact information of various community programs for juveniles, government resources for juveniles, and juvenile justice officers in your area. Described how and under what situations these r
Prepare a press release for your local news media about the new juvenile probation program. The press release should address the media's concerns about the lack of effectiveness of the juvenile probation program and focus their attention on how the juvenile justice advisory board's new initiative will tackle this issue. Incl
The saga of Mr. Padilla. Discuss Jose Padilla, an American, and the trail of litigation which began in May 2002, when he was arrested in Chicago on a federal material witness warrant issued by a U.S. District Court judge in New York and taken to New York City. He was subsequently incarcerated at the Charleston Naval Brig afte
Identify and examine the history of terrorism from the American Revolution to present day, and the effect it has on governments, communities, businesses, and individuals. Address the following areas: - Describe how the Russian revolution and the Irish Republican Army influenced terrorism in the Western hemisphere. - Comp
One criticism of juvenile restitution programs is that juveniles don't have much money to participate in such programs. Give five points to counter this criticism. What are the ways in which you can address the scarcity of financial resources among juveniles to facilitate their participation in restitution programs? Justify your
Search either the local news sites or a national online news organization (Fox News, MSNBC, CNN, etc.) for mentions of social research. How does the reporter portray the research (deferential, skeptical)? How was the research used in the story? Write a minimum 250 words.
I must interview 5 people so I developed 10 survey questions to ask you about the Bill of Rights and due process protections and administration. 1. How do you feel about Plea Bargaining and Guilty Pleas? 2. Search and arrests without warrant? 3. Tracing the progress of a criminal case? 4. Administrative Justifications? 5. T
You have a suspect, but not enough evidence to arrest. You have blood evidence, but the suspect will not give a DNA sample. You cannot compel this person to do so because the evidence is not substantial. - How would you legally obtain the suspect's DNA? - Explain the term curtilage. - Would this include a barn in an open fi
In your opinion, what are the benefits of assigning juvenile offenders to community service in juvenile probation? How does this practice affect recidivism among juvenile offenders? Provide research and examples to support your view. What other issues come into play when assigning community service as a disposition in juvenile p
Law Enforcement: Patrol, Rapid Response, and Investigation The three primary tactics that police employ to enforce the law are patrol, rapid response, and investigation. Define patrol, rapid response, and investigation. Which tactic is the most successful at maximizing arrests and reducing crime? Explain your answer. 100 wor
Can someone please help me with this? Thank you. Social and Criminal Justice We usually look at criminal justice as a system, an idea, or a philosophy. Three of the major ideas that express the idea of social justice include equality, solidarity, and human rights. Explain how equality, solidarity, and human rights are exa
Could I get assistance with the following question please. I am not too sure how to approach this. Thank you Question: The criminal justice system is made up of three main branches, including law enforcement, the judiciary, and corrections. The system as a whole can be viewed and analyzed from different perspectives and conside
An African American defendant, who was charged in a state trial court with bank robbery, objected to the prosecutor's use of peremptory challenges to excuse three black men from the jury panel. The prosecutor explained that he excused the first juror because the juror had long unkempt hair, a mustache, and a beard. The prosecu
- What is Habeas Corpus? - Should Habeas apply to everyone? - How does Habeas apply to actual innocence claims? Is additional legislation necessary to deal with appeals and habeas corpus claims? what provisions should the new legislation contain?
Hi, I need assistance with the following questions related to the American corrections system. Question: Identify and discuss the historical development of corrections in the United States and its influences. - How has corrections evolved since the early years of the United States? Explain. - What were the major milestones i
Hi, I need assistance gathering information on the following topics. The Juvenile Justice System, two problems with: - Law enforcement - Training - Department size. Juvenile Corrections: - Overcrowded juvenile facilities - Budget cut/ facility closures Juvenile Court System: - Overcrowded dockets - Place for re
Hi, I need assistance discussing the following questions. I am not too sure how to approach them. 1. Discuss the various degrees of firearms control in place today, as mentioned by Zimring (e.g., "time, place and manner laws" and restricting dangerous users from obtaining guns). Do you believe that any of these solutions would
Discussion: Explain the laws that influence police procedures with respect to juveniles. Explain the laws that impact these procedures followed by juveniles in the court. Also, discuss an overview of important Supreme Court cases that ensured juvenile rights, and describe how these cases ensured the rights of juveniles.
Law enforcement did not always have the tools for gathering all information needed to prepare a case. Throughout time, laws have been made to secure the rights of criminal investigators to obtain the material needed to substantiate the evidence used in court cases. Have the development of new laws made the responsibilities of
Leonard Baum Scenario: Leonard Baum was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to death. In preparing an appeal, Baum's attorney learned that the state never disclosed certain evidence favorable to Baum. That evidence included eyewitness statements taken by the police following the murder; statements made to the police
Go to websites that aggregate ratings of products like films (metacritic.com and rottentomatoes.com are particularly useful). Determine how the scores are calculated, in other words, what is the process by which individual critic's ratings of movies are aggregated into a single score (what constitutes a positive or negative revi
Discuss the issues of domestic violence and how best to respond to the following case: A male who seems tired and disoriented is found wandering along a side street. The officer brings the male to the police station in order to determine the best course of action. The male is informed that he is not under arrest, but that the
1) Summarize the rights and protections available to juveniles in Michigan, using research and examples. 2) Identify the criteria for adult waiver and laws regarding the same in a different state using research and examples. 3) Highlight current trends in the juvenile justice system of that state by quoting recent changes
Discuss physical security and the importance of the following components: - Building security - Grounds security - Access control systems - Perimeter security - Information systems and technology security