Discuss and explain deterrence theory. What are the policy implications of the deterrence theory as applied to the juvenile justice system?
Explain the concept of restorative justice and how it applies to juvenile delinquency prevention.
Since 1991, trends seem to indicate improvement with factors involving teenagers in the United States which could translate into a reduction in juvenile crime. Provide an explanation of at least three factors that would support this belief or provide an explanation of at least three factors that would counter this belief
Decribe the various courts in the United States. Give specific examples of each.
Discuss the problems for prosecutors in the O.J. Simpson case of 1994. What could have been done to alleviate these problems? Be specific and cite resources.
* For this discussion please define â??crime,â? then briefly describe the three major types of crimes, and finally how crime is measured. * Is this effective? Does the way we define crime have any links to the measurement of crime?
Compare and contrast two theories of juvenile delinquency.
Many deaths occur on the roadways that involve teens and drinking. Select a U.S. state (New Mexico), and research the number of deaths involving teens and alcohol on the roadways for the past 5 years in that state. Provided are some statistics for that state such as the number of teens and a breakdown by gender and race (depend
Please help answer the following questions. Which state in the U.S. currently has recorded the most defendants charged with White Collar Crime? Elaborate. What is the most common type of White Collar Crime charged in U.S. federal cases? Elaborate.
You're telling your husband about your classes for the new semester. He's intrigued by the idea of your becoming a fraud detective, but he wants to know whether you will have job security and what kinds of jobs you might get. How would you respond to his question?
Is the USA PATRIOT Act an effective deterrent to terrorism? Why, why not ? What are your suggestions for combating terrorism?
I need a basic hierarchical chart of state and federal law enforcement so that I can memorize the different departments.
Can a person be force to testify or why should they testify even if they are under oath? Doesnâ??t that person have a right not to testify even if he did not do anything wrong? Can a person refuse testify against someone else? Which amendment protects a person from testifying?
The experiential learning model lists five steps for including exercises and/or games in the learning process. Create a three column table in a word processor. In Column 1, identify the five steps of the experiential learning model (one per table cell in the column). In the corresponding table cells of Column 2, provide a concis
Please help with the following problem. Discuss how and why future technologies will help law enforcement technology has changed in the policing arena, from how crimes have been reported to how criminals think and react to technology to prevent from handling their crimes. Also how the integration of technology and how its em
Please help with the following problem. Include references in the solution. - Discuss 2 neurological disorders and 2 cardiovascular problems associated with alcohol/substance abuse. - What are the health risks associated with the disorder? Is there a cure? If yes, explain. If no, why not? - State the name of each disorder,
Why is it important for a security professional to know specifics about the particular target environment to which they are assigned? How can experienced security professionals prepare themselves for challenges and opportunities they have never encountered before? Is it possible that experience with only one type of environment
You are working in a center and your boss has asked you to inform the new counselors of historical information relevant to the profession, specifically the term Parens Patriae. â?¢An overview of the concept of Parens Patriae â?¢The historical origins of Parens Patriae â?¢Use of Parens Patriae in modern juvenile cou
What is an example of assault? How does the criminal act of assault differ from that of battery? What recommendations would you make in order to better combat assault and battery?
How would conflict theory explain the phenomenon of racial profiling in America?
The "Chicago School" is considered foundational to many who study crime and society. What is important about it? What did it accomplish if anything?
Provide an argument against the death penalty using any derivative of labeling theory
Identify and describe choice theories and how they relate to crime. 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.
Read the following cases and complete the questions to follow each. 1.Dean v. Dickey - 225 S.W. 2d 999 Identify the validity of the will issue presented in this case. 2.United States v. Martinez-Jimenez - 864 F 2d. 664 Identify the issue concerning whether the weapon was dangerous. 3.Wolcott v. Wolcott - 105 N.M. 6
What is a beat? How does a beat compare to a post? How can we improve the coverage of beats and posts within policing systems to improve communities?
In 2004, the government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) referred the DRC situation to the international criminal court ICC. A few months ago, a bench of the ICC issued an arrest warrant for Callixte Mbarushimana, the Executive Secretary of the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda FDLR and member of the FD
Review the court opinions and for each case and identify the Key Facts Key facts: The legally significant facts of a case that raise the legal question of how or whether the law governing the dispute applies. They are facts upon which the outcome of the case is determined. Key facts establish or satisfy the elements of a ca
Help is needed in detail with the following questions, please provide references. 1.Explain where an employee can reasonably expect to have privacy in the workplace. 2.In the office workplace there are typically two types of workspaces, an open area, in which there are several desks and where conversations can be overhead
Discuss the five major goals of corrections, their goals, rationale, purpose, sentences that would ensue, advantages and disadvantages, and examples where appropriate.
Â?¢Using the library, course materials, textbook, and Web resources, research and discuss the 5 major goals of corrections: â-¦Retribution â-¦Deterrence â-¦Rehabilitation â-¦Incapacitation â-¦Restorative justiceâ-¦For each goal of corrections, answer the following: â- What is the rationale behind the goa
Since institutions of higher education are centers for learning and imagination, discuss whether you believe there should be any limits on the academic freedom of faculty.