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Should Juveniles Be Tried as Adults?

The juvenile justice system in the United States evolved as growing knowledge about human development, and advances in the fields of psychiatry and psychology made it clear that children and adolescents were not simply smaller versions of adults, but qualitatively different both physically and psychologically. The image of the child,...

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History of Gangs

There is no actual date to determine when gangs started or location to figure out where they began, but according to history the first active gangs were reported to have been around since the 17th century, highway robbers in England. (James C. Howell, 2010) Even though these gangs weren’t the...

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Hate Crime Essay

Among the many issues creating conflict in the U.S. today, hate crime policies and the ideologies behind them remain sources of intense debate. Supporters tend to hold that the designation more directly addresses justice and strikes at the core causes of much violent crime, while others argue that it is...

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Extreme Juvenile Killers

There are many theories about why people commit crimes. There are biological theories, psychological theories, and sociological theories. Early biological theories were discredited for various reasons but modern biological theories based upon advanced knowledge about how the nervous system works, cognitive development, and the way these things cause a person...

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Issues in Criminal Justice

1. Legal rules by themselves are not sufficient to guide police actions in regards to searches and seizures, because people have a right to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures. The concept of “due cause” is pertinent here, because police are not...

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Criminal Paper

Being a criminal justice professional for many years requires many balancing acts of ethics and public safety. Keeping the public safe is paramount, but at the same time, it is important to ensure that individual Constitutional rights are not violated. There are several aspects which address this balance. It is...

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Stalking and Criminal Justice

Stalking can occur in a number of different ways. For one, people can be stalked on their way to work or on their way home. A person might follow them in the car to see where they are going or track their motions. Stalking can also happen around the home....

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Criminal Justice: Robbery Case

In this case, Mr. Jones, the owner of a 7/11 store, was robbed on the morning of May 5, 2012. In describing the robbers, Mr. Jones stated that both of them stood six feet tall and drove away in a four-door green Toyota Camry. Jack Wilson, a student at Dominican...

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Hostage Situation At A Credit Union In Jacksonville

Introduction — the Nature of the CrisisThe crisis that I’ve chosen to talk about is a hostage situation at a credit union in Jacksonville. There are a few aspects of this hostage situation that I think are important. First, there were a large number of kidnapping victims all at once....

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Illegal Immigration

Particularly in light of the immigration crises that resulted from the executive orders passed by President Trump soon after his inauguration, immigration has become one of the most contentious issues within the United States in the current era. One reason for this may lie in the fact that illegal immigration...

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Reaction Paper: Street Youth and Labor Market Strain

Baron and Hartnagel make an attempt to use the classic strain theory as a tool for explaining delinquency, such as drug use and property and committing violent crimes. The article was published in 2002 by authors with the sociological background. Still, the fact that the article was published more than...

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Tony Menendez

After reading the Fraud Magazine article about Tony Menendez, what seems most striking is the disparity that exists between the legal recognition that unlawful business practices are negative and damaging, and the lack of legal support and protection for the individuals who seek to expose and combat such practices. Tony...

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The Seattle Black Mercedes Wardriving Case

Wardriving is the practice of using vehicles equipped with sophisticated antennas to use someone else’s Wi-Fi connection. There is controversy over whether this is criminal, unethical, or allowable because there is little harm done. One case in Seattle, Washington demonstrates that wardriving can be used for criminal intent. In this...

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Why Edward Snowden Is A Hero

Edward Snowden is a computer programmer who has worked for Dell, the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency. After being hired by an NSA contractor in 2013, he realized that the U.S. government was using a global mass surveillance system to spy on foreign citizens, foreign governments, as...

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Rio Grande City Crime Stoppers Inc.

Overview of the OrganizationThe Rio Grande City Crime Stoppers Inc. is an organization whose purpose is to cut down on crime in Rio Grande City. It is incorporated as a non-profit organization in care of Noe Castillo. It has been in business for more than 20 years and is considered...

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Kansas City Police

It is clear from watching the video that Kansas City, Missouri is lacking in collaboration between police officers and mental health professionals and physicians. In terms of communication strategies, systemic changes will need to be implemented. In particular, the community may benefit from monthly collaboration and planning meetings between mental...

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Manson Killers

The Manson murders investigations were conducted by the Los Angeles Sherriffs Office (LASO) and the police department based in Los Angeles (LAPD). Upon arrival at the scene of the crime, the officers were shocked by the extent of the damage caused by the massacre. The two departments were working on...

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Manson Killers: Features of Serial Killers

Male serial killers have relatively short killing sprees in comparison to those of females, usually not beyond four years. A significant number of male serial killers achieve their objectives by strangling, stabbing, battering, and shooting. Further, they kill their victims for reasons related to sexual matters in about fifty-percent the...

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Murder on a Sunday Morning

This film makes me angry because it is a prime example of the justice system manipulating the innocent for the sake of creating a scapegoat. They're using racial bias and fear to manipulate the public and get rid of a crime instead of solving it. The accused was heavily course...

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Murder Games: Documentary Summary

“Murder Games” is a docu-drama produced by the BBC and first screened in the UK on the 26th of January, 2016. It consists of dramatized scenes alongside interviews and edited real life footage. It tells the story of young English boy named Brek Bednar who was killed as after being...

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