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Choice Theories Crime

Identify and describe choice theories and how they relate to crime. Additionally, list and describe the common models in how society determines which acts are considered to be criminal and how it impacted by choice theories of crime.

The Role of Parole in State Corrections

1. Discuss the role of parole in state corrections today. 2. How does it comare to the federal system? 3. Explain the puropse of parole and how a prisoner becomes eligible. 4. Explain the role of the parole officer. 5. Discuss the pros and cons of the parole system, with examples.

Biophysical analysis

An epileptic is brought to trial for assault. The lawyer argues that her client is not a criminal and that the assaults in questions were psychomotor attacks. She points out that her client takes her medication faithfully, but that it does not help. The prosecution lawyer argues that the defendant has a long history of violent a

Define Terrorism

Define Terrorism. Provide at least two definitions as provided by various federal agencies. Compare and contrast the two definitions. Why do you think the two federal agencies (you selected) have different definitions?

Bill of Rights and Legal Restraints

Please help with the following question. Explain how the Bill of Rights and democratically inspired legal restraints on the police help ensure personal freedoms in our society?

Procunier v. Martinez

case brief Procunier v. Martinez 1. TITLE 2. FACTS 3. ISSUES 4. DECISIONS 5. REASONING 6. DISSENTING OPINIONS

Policies and Procedures for Important Roles

Policies and procedures play an important role in modern security and law enforcement agencies. Describe 3 common policies that most security agencies incorporate and the benefit of having these policies "in place".

basics of physical security

Outline and describe the basics of physical security. Include a discussion on the types of locking systems that could be employed and a description of outer and inner perimeter controls and the roles of protective lighting devices in your response.

Cyber-Vigilantism

Analyze the method of cyber-vigilantism; what are some examples? Is this method successful in preventing crime? Why or why not?

Electronic Forensic Analysis

Describe the steps that analysts must follow in order to prepare for an electronic forensic analysis. How do analysts ensure results are from evidence and not from contamination or error? Explain each step in detail.

Process, collect, and document a crime scene and preserve its evidentiary value.

What are two techniques that can be used to collect the bullet? Explain the techniques. In your own words, explain how you would collect and preserve both the bullet and the gun. What challenges can you see with regard to collecting projectile evidence? Explain. Can you think of any circumstance in which a lodged projectile

Philippine Government and terrorism

Explain the impact of the Philippine Government continuing its strong support for international cooperation against terrorism, and actively seeking to build a multilateral approach to counter- terrorism.

If you were to choose a total of 10 variables irrespective

If you were to choose a total of 10 variables irrespective of the perspective, which ten variables would you choose and why? What is it about each of these variables that you think is so important that it should be included in almost any study of crime causation? Suppose you were to further select only five out of these ten var

George Huguely Case Study: Criminological Theories Of Murder

Using the article: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/05/22/AR2010052203487.html What is an analysis of one theory from each of the following theoretical categories in terms of how useful it is in explaining the murder. 1. choice theory 2. trait theory 3. social structure theory Why did

Crime Statistics for Detroit, Michigan

For Detroit, Michigan What do the statistics indicate: has the crime rate increased or decreased in the past five years? What do you think are the main reasons for the increase or decrease in the crime rate? What type of crime is more prevalent? What type of crime is least prevalent? Explain the nature and extent

Theories of crime and justice

A list and explanation of at least 5 specific things that can be done to bring about change in our core structure. Analysis of why these changes, in light of the ideas of peacemaking criminology, will reduce crime. Analyze the changes that you would want to make to our core structure. Should there be any changes brou

Digital evidence

What issues can arise the admission of digital evidence during a criminal trial? How are computer records viewed in court? Explain two circumstances that generally allow the admission of computer records as evidence.

Spotsylvania Sheriff's Department Job Posting

Locate the specific minimum qualifications for deputy sheriffs for the area you currently reside in, your hometown, or a location you plan to/or would consider moving to in the future. Get the entire employment package of information required to submit an application. If you are already employed with a county sheriff's office th

Exclusionary Rule

I am doing a case study on Weeks v. United States (1914) Rochin v. California (1952) & Mapp v. Ohio (1961). I need help with Analyzing and explaining the use of the Exclusionary Rule by the Supreme Court of the United States. Define how the Exclusionary Rule has affected the use of evidence acquired from police search and