Focus on experiences with group decision-making and identify one very successful and one very unsuccessful experience. Identify and discuss the reasons for the group's very good or very poor performance
Many say the juvenile justice system is broken. In fact, we have failed because our solution for juveniles is the same as adults incarceration. However, Wright and Wright offer a solution which is considered a comprehensive program for effectively dealing with these very issues. Examine the program that Wright and Wright discuss
Explain what you believe is the future of the American jail system- 1) a discussion of recidivism rates from those leaving prisons and those leaving alternative sanctions 2) The alternative sanctions to incarceration that are available today and may be available in the future, this can include private corrections, etc 3) How
Explain what you believe is the future of the American jail system. There is not any empirical evidence that incarceration helps reduce crime. If the current policy of building more jails and prisons as a way of dealing with the crime problem has not had a significant effect on to reducing the levels of crime, what other options
Conflict arises when workers' expectations do not meet the demands of a job. The institutional goal of maintaining order and security may interact with the goal of treatment and rehabilitation. Describe how you, as a correctional officer, would try to integrate both of these goals within your position.
Herbert Packer discusses two models of the criminal process identify them and discuss them in detail. In your discussion be sure to compare and contrast the models outlining the differences as well as the similarities. Finally, pick a model and defend.
In Andrew Karmen's discussion on the Rediscovery of Crime Victims, it is said that laws create criminals and formally define persons as victims at the same time. What is meant by this statement? In your discussion address the failures of the system to meet the needs of victims. In addition discuss how victims are victimized a se
You are responsible for the hiring of staff in prisons and probation and parole officers. With the rising rate in crime and the addition of new correctional facilities, you realize that there will soon be a staff shortage. You also realize that with the change in the goals and missions of each of these agencies, you will have to
A halfway house is going to operate within your community. You will be the director of this halfway house and have been told to place ads in the paper to alleviate fears and hire new staff. Make a one-page ad explaining the advantages of placing a halfway house within the community.
After a few uneventful weeks, you receive a call from Sergeant Ferraday of the local police department. "We got a series of home invasions we think may be related. They are all occurring in the inner city areas that transition from downtown to residential neighborhoods. I was reading a magazine article that said a good psycholog
As your wiretap investigation rolls on, you continue to pursue other investigative strategies. You are working with the AUSA to identify witnesses who can testify before a federal grand jury when it comes time to obtain indictments against the defendants. During an interview with one cooperating informant, the AUSA makes a disti
1) My question is "Is bail a racist concept"? Where can i find case law and doctrines to support my argument. Yes or No 2) In cases that involve identity theft, the criminal justice system protects the people but respects the rights of the accused. If a person steals another person's identity but does not cause any monetary d
Your job as a high-tech crime investigator for a large U.S. university employing more than 10,000 faculty and staff with 60,000 enrolled students requires you to investigate and issue incidents of the Nigerian scam occurring on campus, and to file a report with the appropriate law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and Nigeria. In
Need Help on answering the following question on sentencing Guidelines(Presumptive/mandatory and descriptive/voluntary) using scholarly resources. 1. Explain, In general, what the reform is and the desird impact of the reform. 2. Explain the justification for the implementation of the reform. 3. Discuss an example of th
You have an appointment to meet with the AUSA to continue working on the affidavit supporting the wiretap application. You are told she is still in court and will be back soon. You and a fellow new detective decide to spend the time observing courtroom proceedings. You both notice that the defense counsel frequently interrupts t
Scenario: Jane Smith, a juvenile, was detained and taken to the local jail after being implicated in a store robbery and murder at the state level. Smith's parents were out of town visiting relatives, and she was left with her Uncle Bob during her parents' trip. The uncle was notified that Smith was being remanded and was to be
One of the other new hires IM'd you with a request. "I promised Dr. Junger I'd take the intake interview with Jim Moratis the new prisoner that just transferred here from Chicago. I forgot that I made a prior commitment with Dr. Roberts to assist him with his research. Do you think you could take this interview for me? I'd owe y
Closed Doors - Should the federal courthouse doors be reopened to state prisoners, particularly those on death row, to ensure that justice is not short-circuited? Or should the federal courthouse doors remain as they are now, with only one federal review (unless the case presents an extraordinary issue)? Asked another way, where
All three components of the criminal justice system should work together to ensure proper and just adjudication of criminal offenders. QUESTIONS: How does the correctional facet affect the law enforcement facet of the system? How can the system be altered to eliminate the self-perpetuating cycle of crime and recidivism
This job compares and contrasts the concepts of "natural crime?and "legal crime.? List each of the major crimes used by the FBI in its crime index. Decide which of those crimes might be considered mala in se (wrong in itself) or mala prohibita (wrong only because it is prohibited by law). Include a rationale for your decisions.
You are a staffer working in the office of a state senator. The senator has recently been focusing on the state correctional system which seems to be a constant target of criticism for an increasingly vocal number of civil libertarian groups. In addition, some recent charges of abuse at a local jail have also caught the attent
Define forensics, and discuss significant advances in the forensic sciences that have affected how police investigate crimes and what you view as the most significant advance in forensic technology in the last 200 years. Explain your choice. For career day at the local high school, you have been chosen by the department to
Hello. I need assistance to create a case analysis of a simulated GBMI case detailed below: In a high-profile local case, a defendant has pleaded Guilty but Mentally Ill (GBMI.) Dina F. has been charged with first-degree murder. She is a 35-year-old woman who killed her 6-year-old son by drowning him in the family swimming p
Why have delinquency prevention programs generally have so ineffective? Why is this widening criticism of many of these programs a serious indictment? What already effective reintegration programs would you recommend and why?
You Purchased a new laptop from a wired nation, inc sore. wired nation,inc., is a national chain of retail electronics and computer stores. The sales rep at wired nation told you that the computer would last for at least 3years, so you did not buy an extended warranty. The computer crashed after 18 months. you obtain the help of
Define the term "cyberpredator." Describe how advances in computer technology have made it easier for predators to victimize children. Explain how a pedophile living 500 miles away from an intended victim can be just as dangerous as one living in the victim's neighborhood 2. Specifically, you have been invited to speak on
The local juvenile court often must address issues relating to drug use. Dr. Verde encourages you to participate in an Internet Discussion Board for personnel of the different courts relating to drug issues. You go to the discussion thread on adolescent drug use to address the following: ---Identify and discuss risk factors a
Describe what other factors, in addition to a victim's psychological characteristics, can affect how predatory criminals select their victims. Explain how those factors can influence an offender looking for an "ideal" victim.
Specifically, you have been asked to examine the potential for using facial recognition software to augment security measures inside the local stadium. Draft an excerpt for your vulnerability assessment giving an overview of facial recognition technology, how and with what success it has been used in the past, and whether or no
Should the police be allowed to use everything they find against an individual in an inventory search? Explain your reasoning.