Give a proposal on Death Penalty including Introduction/title page, Abtract, Method, (describe what type of people in the study) Expected Results and Conclusion based on 3 Articles: 1. Death Penalty Support for Special Offender Populations of Legally Convicted Murderers: Juveniles, the Mentally Retarded, and the Mentally Inc
What elements of conflict are present in the American legal and justice systems? Respond to this question in terms of how and why critical criminologists view crime as a political concept designed to protect the power and position of the upper classes at the expense of the poor. Give examples. Please cite your source.
Define and discuss the history and significance of Elmira and its effect on parole in the United States. Discuss the history and downfall of the Auburn/New York system. What lessons were learned from Elmira? What lessons were learned from Auburn/New York?
Define and discuss the medical model with regard to Criminal Justice and criminal offenders. What are the pros and cons associated with the model? Provide specific examples to support your assertions.
Assignment: You are working as a research assistant to a senior researcher for the National Institute of Justice who has recently been assigned to a task force project on violence in the United States. Your supervisor asks you to begin preliminary research for the project by creating a PowerPoint presentation with some of the
1. We looked at several "perspectives" or "schools of thought" in Organization Theory. For any four of those "schools" or "perspectives", please provide some distinguishing characteristics of each school plus at least two articles/authors from each that exemplify those characteristics. 2. A pathological organization is one th
Shafritz, Jay, Ott, J. Steven and Jang, Yong Suk. Classics of Organization Theory, 7th Ed. Boston, MA: Wadsworth, 2011. Company use as compares General Motors or United States Postal Service I have attached some of the theories that were used. The first paper was great but I never worked in correctional field. Define or
Based on these 3 articles 1. Through a Foucauldian Lens: A Genealogy of Child Abuse. By: Bell, Sheri. Journal of Family Violence. Feb2011, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p101-108. 8p. 2. Abuse of adolescents. By: Rees, Gwyther; Stein, Mike. Children & Society. Apr97, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p63-70. 8p 3. Prevalence of Child Sexual Abuse: A Cor
Please assist with the following: 1. A comparison (similarities and differences) between juvenile and adult offender treatment approaches and programs. Explain at least two similarities and two differences related to treatment approaches and treatment programs. Explain at least one conclusion you drew or insight you gained a
I need help with the above literature review using Annotated Outline previously done, please add 5 new articles on "How Juvenile Delinquency Occurs" for the Coalition". If the abstract article summaries contain 5 new articles based on each topic below that's great. If there's a problem let me know please. From the studies in
How is offensive speech different from offensive conduct? Provide examples
There are areas in the criminal justice system where the judge can choose a sentence within specific guidelines. Do you believe that judges have the knowledge and authority to continue selecting sentencing options? Please explain.
List the five sentencing goals of corrections, and discuss each goal's characteristics and contributions to corrections effectiveness. Which sentencing goal do you feel is the most effective, and why?
Which model do you think provides the best treatment? Research the custodial model of incarceration of the United States and the rehabilitation model of the United Kingdom. How are these 2 models similar? How are these 2 models different? Which model do you feel is more effective at reducing the rate of recidivism? Do y
Very Briefly: https://berkeley.courseload.com/#material/7823,index/81 What is meant by the term %60cycle of violence. Discuss the cycle of violence in detail and provide a sound example to support your argument. Provide two recommendations for reducing the cycle of violence and discuss those recommendations. Present one prog
Instructions: Examine the website for the American Society of Criminology and answer the questions about it below. http://www.asc41.com/ Question 1: What is the mission and purpose of the American Society of Criminology? Question 2: Identify the major divisions of the ASC, and discuss the research that each promotes. Qu
Here's the scenario: You are a Wichita Police Department detective working in the major crimes unit, and you are assigned to a joint federal-state-city crime task force working on a number of major drug cases. Over a period of several months, your task force has been able to gather information and make cases on several of the d
Part of the responsibility of any law enforcement organization is to effectively address ethical dilemmas. Often during these investigations, it is discovered that other outside organizations must be consulted or brought into the investigation because their own investigation may fall into the jurisdiction of other law enforcemen
You are advising a colleague on a case in which the employer noticed a number of irregularities in the accountant reports while he was on vacation. Your colleagues calls you and tells you that she learned that the local police will be meeting with federal agents to determine whether the accountant will be charged with embezzleme
what is the psychology of criminal conduct (PCC) The Psychology of Criminal Conduct and Principles of Effective Prevention and Rehabilitation
Can you help me answer these questions? Identify and define the elements of at least 2 felony crimes set forth in Florida criminal code. Identify and summarize at least 2 statutory defense to criminal liability in Florida criminal code. Identify and summarize at least 2 statutory provisions that address sentencing and i
Can you help me with these questions? Identify the primary purpose of a civil action generally (tort action) versus the primary purpose of a criminal action? What is the standard of proof in a criminal action? In a civil action? What are the potential remedies/punishments in a civil action? In a criminal action? Who
Why was the US Bureau of Land Management created by the federal government, and what are its specific areas of responsibility? How does this organization work with local law enforcement to enhance the mission or goals of those local agencies? Do you feel that this cooperation between the local, state, and federal law enforceme
Need help providing concrete examples of when and how each of the following officials of the criminal justice system (law enforcement officer, the prosecutor, and the judge) may appropriately exercise discretion at the six stages of criminal procedure: The investigation stage The arrest stage The pretrial stage The trial sta
One method of information collection is the use of questionnaires: Explain how questionnaires are used in support of research. What are some of their strengths and weaknesses? Give an example of how the wording of a questionnaire can impact a subject's response.
Explain the meaning of the twelve standards of policing proposed by Robert Peel. Explain why each of these principles is still important today. 1. The police must be stable and efficient and organized along military lines. 2. The police must be under governmental control. 3. The absence of crime will best prove the efficie
Amanda was at home and turned on the TV to watch the eleven o'clock news. She heard someone on her porch. Thinking it was her fiancé, she opened the front door. On her porch was a strange man who demanded she let him in the house. When she refused, he pulled out a gun. Amanda, fearful of her life, let him in. Once inside, he se
Read Aguilar v. Texas, Illinois v. Gates, and Spinelli v. United States and determine which test is superior in your opinion. Do you support the two-pronged test for determining probable cause on the basis of information obtained from an informant engaged in criminal activity established by the Court in Aguilar v. Texas or suppo
In Witherspoon v. Illinois, 391 U.S. 510 (1968), the U.S. Supreme Court held that jurors cannot be removed merely because of general scruples against capital punishment, adding that a juror may be excluded "for cause" if it is "unmistakably clear" that he or she would automatically vote against the death penalty if sought by the
I need help developing the following: Define the concept of justice. Explain how the concept of justice relates to the field of criminal justice, emphasizing how it should be applied by law enforcement officers. Explain three (3) ways Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Development can be applied to the evaluation of three (3) types