Criminal Justice Workplace

Criminal Justice Workplace

Criminal Justice Workplace Observation paper Jacqueline Johnson University of Phoenix Organizational Behavior and Management CJA 443 Luis Martinez July 04, 2011 Criminal Justice Workplace Observation paper When working in the criminal justice fields it takes experience and commitment to pursue … Continued
Design a Juvenile Correctional Facility

Design a Juvenile Correctional Facility

Design a Juvenile Correctional Facility Building a juvenile facility is not an easy job. Juvenile facility is a place for youth criminals who have committed some type of crime to do correction. If I can get a chance to design … Continued
Convicted Felon Rights

Convicted Felon Rights

Convicted Felons Rights As a teen, you let the pressures of your peers get to you. You started hanging with the wrong crowd and let the petty crimes pile up on your record. The next thing you know, you’re in … Continued
The Ability to Alter Public Space

The Ability to Alter Public Space

Examples of this could include safety and security; coming from a violent background, Staples has broken the stereotype by not succumbing to violence, therefore he may influence others that violence need not be the product of violent surroundings. In my … Continued
Application of Criminological Theory

Application of Criminological Theory

This paper will focus on the application of criminological theory in the following scenario: As the vice principal in charge of discipline at a prestigious school, I need to determine what actions to take in dealing with a deviant eighth … Continued
Juvenile Death Penalty

Juvenile Death Penalty

Juvenile Death Penalty One of the most controversial questions in the juvenile justice system today is, “Should the death penalty be applied to juveniles? ”. A lot of people think that the death penalty for juveniles is cruel and unusual … Continued
School Uniform

School Uniform

Benefits of School Uniform June 24, 2011 Tanya Jackson Introduction My daughter at the age of 5 loved Strawberry Shortcake. When I took her school shopping for kindergarten she was so excited to be able to get new Strawberry Shortcake … Continued
What We Talk When We Talk About Prejudgement

What We Talk When We Talk About Prejudgement

Heading up the workshops on tolerance within the community, especially in the wake of increasing crime in the city, I had begun to see some improvement between the African-Americans, Hispanics, and Caucasians that made up the local population—the school year … Continued
Criminal Justice Systems Paper

Criminal Justice Systems Paper

Criminal Justice System Crime is the direct opposition of the law. Society defines a crime as a felony (a serious offense, usually involving violence and it is punishable by imprisonment), a misdemeanor (considered a lesser or minor civil offense), an … Continued
Prison Term Policy Recommendation

Prison Term Policy Recommendation

Abstract The purpose of this paper is to advise members of the state legislature with recommendations for new prison term policies to double the maximum prison term for any individual convicted of armed robbery. Although the state legislature concedes the … Continued
Contract of Service V/S Contract for Service

Contract of Service V/S Contract for Service

The provision in the Act will take precedence over a particular contractual term that is less favourable. A contract of service is an agreement whereby one person agrees to employ another as an employee and the other agrees to serve … Continued
Women in Prisons

Women in Prisons

The ongoing debate about how women prisoners ought to be treated relative to their male counterparts will be a failure if it does not lead us to reconsider the predicates of the largely ineffective correctional system now in operation … … Continued
Police Stress

Police Stress

In this week’s check point we discuss police stress and how it affects the officer’s job, social life, and personal life. Having the knowledge of the criminal justice system and the way it forces police officers to live a different … Continued
Why Do We Need a Criminal Justice System?

Why Do We Need a Criminal Justice System?

Why do we need a criminal justice system? Essentially this paper aims to support the notion the Australian criminal justice system forms the backbone of law and order in society today, rather society wouldn’t function in an orderly or just … Continued
Police Department Organization

Police Department Organization

The six largest municipal police department resides in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia, and Detroit. They are responsible for 7. 5 percent of the U. S. population but face 23 percent of all violent crime, including 34 percent … Continued
Television Coverage on Crime-How It Affects Children

Television Coverage on Crime-How It Affects Children

Television coverage of Crime The television coverage of crime has advertised subliminal messages which have manipulated many into incorporating violence into their lives. Television has managed to broadcast control over what society watches. It has impacted our society through the … Continued
Punishment or Rehabilitation?

Punishment or Rehabilitation?

The debate between punishment and rehabilitation for criminal offenders has been an ongoing issue for many years. What is the true focus of our criminal justice system today? Some argue that it is to punish those that choose to disobey … Continued
Genre

Genre

Crime fiction is a diverse and appealing genre. It is its unique capacity to evolve and transcend contextual barriers to suit changing paradigms that has ensured its popularity throughout time. Thematically, crime fiction has motifs such as the restoration of … Continued
New Year’s Resolution

New Year’s Resolution

As the sun was slipping below the distant horizon, I awoke a few hours before the calendar would change to 2008. The cool, crisp evening air was going to be a welcome change from the unbearable heat that bore down … Continued
Three Types of Popular Criminals

Three Types of Popular Criminals

Although there are various types of violent criminals in this society, there are three that most people would consider most popular. The three types are thieves, rapists, and murderers. Each of the three can be characterized into categories to distinguish … Continued
The Rampart Scandle

The Rampart Scandle

The Rampart Scandal is about a widespread corruption in the community resources against street hoodlums or better known as “CRASH” anti-gain unit of the LAPD Rampart division in the late 1990’s. More than 70 police officers in the CRASH unit … Continued
Advantages and Disadvantages of Living in a City

Advantages and Disadvantages of Living in a City

A city means a large and important town. Some people say that city is the best place to live. Nowadays, more and more people are choosing to live in the city. They are willing to leave their homes and migrate … Continued
Concept of Victim and Victim Assistance Programs

Concept of Victim and Victim Assistance Programs

The concept of a victim is any person that has been done wrong by another. The definition of a victim is “is a person who has suffered financial, social, psychological or physical harm as a result of a crime and, … Continued
Punishment Philosophies

Punishment Philosophies

The processes by which justice is applied are determined largely by proposed punishment philosophies. These express various concerns and arguments regarding appropriate sentencing and treatment. The philosophy of rehabilitation dominates the proceedings of juvenile courts, and is heavily scrutinized at … Continued
The Irony of Capital Punishment

The Irony of Capital Punishment

The Irony of Capital Punishment Capital punishment has been a part of our justice system since the beginning. For many years the controversy of the death penalty has created social issues that question the validity and fairness based on concerns … Continued
Describe the Stages of the Development of Theoretical

Describe the Stages of the Development of Theoretical

Since the time of the Crimean War, nursing has gone through many stages in its search for a professional identity and in defining its domain. Each stage has helped nurses come closer to identify the domain of nursing, defining its … Continued
Criminology Midterm

Criminology Midterm

Anytown’s Department of Job and Family Services’ implemented a new policy stating that “any household that has one or more documented offense of domestic violence, child abuse, or drug or alcohol related offenses committed by the mother, father, guardian, and/or … Continued
Second Chance for Felons

Second Chance for Felons

In this informative review, I will discuss some of the social factors associated with individuals that have been convicted of a crime and have a felony record. I will also show evidence that supports my investigation and will be culminate … Continued
Prison Models

Prison Models

o Based on the ideals of a penitentiary, what should it be like? o What was the principal goal of a penitentiary? • What were the differences between the two prison models? • What were the benefits and the drawbacks … Continued
Goals of Sentencing

Goals of Sentencing

Goals of Sentencing There are five goals of sentencing: punishment, deterrence, incapacitation, rehabilitation, and restitution. Punishment, also called retribution is society’s way of getting revenge on a criminal for the harm they have caused. Retribution is society’s way of getting … Continued