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    SARMA First edition 2010 PREFACE India is facing several problems whether people acknowledge it or not. While India carries thousands of years of history, culture, custms and traditions it also faces the challenge of integrating with thte rest of the world in the globalization era. The present...
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  • Drugs Can Be Good
    of life due to heavy drug use. Drugs can be viewed upon as the drug user’s heaven, the key away from this place (or situation) due to the fact that policies aren’t the way they should be, since having to use drugs illegally anyways. Since some drugs satisfies the drug user as a religion satisfies a religious...
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  • Residential School System
    NATI 3116EL – Aboriginal People and the Criminal Justice System Final Research Paper Residential School System & Intergenerational Impact The purpose of residential schooling was to assimilate Aboriginal children into mainstream Canadian society by disconnecting them from their families and...
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  • Drunk Driving
    groups were able to create and impose their definition of the problem . Like other policies , the process of problem definition creates a social construction of the targeted groups , helping us to understand which policy tools will be adopted Introduction Drunk driving is a primary cause of highway...
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  • Police Misconduct
    Police Culture and Police Misconduct M. Collins Criminal Justice 593 Dr. Jiabo Liu April 2008 Outline I. Introduction II. Main Issues III. Analysis IV. Suggestions and/or Recommendations V. Conclusion VI. References 1 INTRODUCTION In the United States...
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  • Death Penalty
    The death penalty prevents future murders. * Society used punishment to discourage future criminals from unlawful and actions. * Society has the interest of preventing murder, so to deter a murder the use of the death penalty is the best option. * When murderers are sentenced to death penalty...
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  • Are the Laws Regarding Mentally Disordered Offenders Adequate?
    treatment in the least restrictive setting (Geller et al, 2006 ; Morrow e al 2003). Many patients were discharged, starting part of the government's policy of care in the community, part of which Community Treatment Orders (CTOs) are. Introduced internationally since 1980, CTOs were introduced in England...
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  • Youth Violence
    portion of this crime is, and will continue to be, organized crime. The United States is constantly working to protect its citizens from transnational criminal alliances, but the streets of this nation are still being crippled by domestic organizations. The 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment declares, “Gangs...
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  • Introduction to Cambodia Law
    in whit (Eds.) Hor Peng, Kong Phallack, nJörg Menzel . The “ Introduction to its own AS ogo: 15 THE KONRAD-ADENAUER-STIFTUNG Freedom, justice and solidarity are the basic principles underlying the work of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS). KAS is a political foundation, closely associated...
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  • Research Paper
    whole, and presents an especially important challenge for those involved in the juvenile justice system. To help inform research related to substance abuse treatment in the juvenile justice system, we conducted a 10-year literature review guided by the framework of the 9 key elements to effective adolescent...
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  • Criminalogy
    Section 1 The American criminal system, as it stands today is a very dynamic system. It is made up of components that function together and more so on a reactive basis towards each other. These sub-divisions of the criminal justice system are grouped into three fields that almost directly...
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  • English Studies
    particularly its history, identity, and culture (Lipset 1996; Madsen 1998). To recount the evolution of the concept of American exceptionalism and to give a comprehensive account of the diverse meanings it has assumed over time is beyond the scope of this paper.2 I will therefore limit my discussion to a very...
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  • Journal of the IBP 1st 2nd quarter of 2004
    Vol. 30 1st and 2nd Quarters 2004 No. 1 Social Policy and the Law Articles An Overview of the Legal Regime for Childhood Protection in the Philippines Alberto T. Muyot In the Child’s Best Interest: Reorienting Juvenile Justice Eric Mallonga The Anti-trafficking Act of 2003: Issues...
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  • Miranda
    Argued February 28 - March 1, 1966. Decided June 13, 1966. *   MR. CHIEF JUSTICE WARREN delivered the opinion of the Court. The cases before us raise questions which go to the roots of our concepts of American criminal jurisprudence: the restraints society must observe consistent with the Federal...
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    JUVENILE OFFENDERS: WHAT WORKS? A Summary of Research Findings Roxanne Lieb Washington State Institute for Public Policy The Evergreen State College Mail Stop: TA-00, Seminar 3162 Olympia, Washington 98505 Phone: (360) 866-6000, ext. 6380 Fax: (360) 866-6825 October 1994 1 Introduction...
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  • Japanese Immigration
    migration. The Korean population in Japan increased further as conscripted laborers were brought over during the last years of the colonial empire, and reached approximately two million in 1945. Thereafter, over half a million Koreans and much smaller numbers of the Taiwanese and mainland Chinese eventually...
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  • Juvenile Delinquents: Can They Still Be Our Future?
    to be rehabilitated while they are still young instead of becoming institutionalized at a vulnerable age. There is still a chance that these young criminals can still be a useful part of the community. They can be reeducated in the way that society operates, in cognitive development, social skills, job...
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  • Identity Theft
    Trade Commission's 2008 survey for identity theft states that over 8 million people were victims of identity theft last year in 2008. (LifeLock, 2009).That is an average of a stolen identity every three to four seconds at an annual cost of $50 billion dollars. (LifeLock ,2009). Many American's are sharing...
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  • Current Treatment & Rehabilitation Methods for Drug and Substance Abuser in Bangladesh
    Technology University. Submitted by: Prakash Chandra Roy Third Year Second Semester Student No:-CP08030 Department of Criminology and Police Science...
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  • Children in Conflict with Law: Scenario of Crimes Committed and Justice Delivery System for Juveniles in India
    Children in conflict with law: Scenario of crimes committed and justice delivery system for juveniles in India Vipul Somani Mahatma Gandhi Department of Rural Studies, Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, Surat 395 007. ABSTRACT Children in conflict with law are most commonly referred to...
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