Criminal Justice
Topics: Crime, Police, Criminal justice, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Felony / Pages: 4 (817 words) / Published: Nov 16th, 2010

Know the different perspectives of justice 1)crime control perspective 2)rehabilitation perspective 3)due process perspective 4)non-intervention perspective 5)justice perspective How is crime measured? (UCR) uniform crime report
Can you calculate the crime rate if given the numbers (you need to know the formula) #crime/total popX100,000
UCR pros and cons PRO: paper trail; CON only 50% crime reported
Index Crimes list and defined Part 1 (criminal homicide) Part 2 unofficial from NCVS
NCVS pros and cons PRO: capture unreported crimes CON: no paper trail
Self-reporting pros and cons: PRO: unsigned crime report; Con: subject not identified
Bill of rights: What are the key issues of the following Amendments?
1freedom of 4search/seisurze5legal proceedings6crim process in fed court8excess bail/punishment14due process
Legal definition of crime as defined in class (there are 6 elements)CON: natural law, criminal intent, RCW, statutory law, common law, Constitutional law
What is homeland security and where do the laws around terrorism come from? Fed. agency; multi-agency joint ventures
What is cyber crime? ID theft, crimes commit using computer
How do we control cyber crime? Develop techno skill= to suspects
Where do we get our belief system? Mass media (newspaper, tv, web: religion, peers) Know all the info discussed in class from the ½ sheet paper to include, but not limited to:
Explain SRA and why was it important to the state of Washington?
Can you do the math? Given a sentencing scenario calculate the sentence?
(Concurrent vs. Consecutive sentencing)
Explain the elements of the Balanced Approach and how Determinism and Free Will play a role. (It is a triangle.) skill training, comm. Safety, R act
Who is the fastest growing inmate population? Black populations
What are the three levels of sex offender registration in Washington State?
(1)level 1:unlikely to reoffend (level 2):medium likely to reoffend (level 3) mostly

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