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UTMFSC360H5Hisham RagabFall

Lecture #9

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Dna analysis claims roots in classical genetics, biochemistry, and molecular biology. As each case is different, the previous history and current state
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UTMFSC360H5Hisham RagabFall

Lecture #4

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13 Dec 2011
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Hair and fur: definition: they are natural fibres of animal origin. Hairs are animal fibres that originate from humans while fur originates from other
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UTMFSC360H5Hisham RagabFall

Lecture #5

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13 Dec 2011
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Friction ridges: raised portion of epidermis on volar surfaces, sometimes known as. Epidermal ridges caused by interface between dermal papillae of der
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UTMFSC360H5Hisham RagabFall

Lecture #6

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13 Dec 2011
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**the criminal code is law that codifies most criminal offences and procedures in canada. Its official title is an act respecting the criminal law cont
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UTMFSC360H5Hisham RagabFall

Lecture #8

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13 Dec 2011
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Goudge inquiry created to address serious concerns other the way criminally suspicious deaths involving children are handled by the province of. Respon
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UTMFSC360H5Hisham RagabFall

Lecture #7

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It is a sub-specialty of pathology, and is concerned with the application of pathological principles to the investigation of the medico-legal aspects o
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UTMSOC316H5Paula MauruttoFall

Lecture #5

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UTMSOC316H5Paula MauruttoFall

Lecture #4

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13 Dec 2011
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Characteristics of risk: predictive, often involves statistical calculations produce risks. Standardized measures, understand individual risks or space
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UTMSOC316H5Paula MauruttoFall

Lecture #3

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13 Dec 2011
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Reinforce the neighbourhood by putting up walls, gates etc. Both rely on a cohesive group that will engage in these dynamics. Community-based approach:
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UTMSOC310H5Zachary LevinskyFall

Lecture #10

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13 Dec 2011
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Lockdown policy toronto district school board [tdsb) Take control of situation by now allowing students into the bathrooms or leave the classroom. Prov
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UTMSOC310H5Zachary LevinskyFall

Lecture #11

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13 Dec 2011
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Judges hand out long sentences if deterrence a goal. Clog: if it can be used against them in the future why would family. Ycja tried to limit the use o
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UTMSOC310H5Zachary LevinskyFall

Lecture #9

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13 Dec 2011
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Schools are safest place to be and kids feel safe in schools. For every child killed in school 200 killed in domestic cases. Access control locking doo
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UTMSOC310H5Zachary LevinskyFall

Lecture #5

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UTMSOC310H5Zachary LevinskyFall

Lecture #8

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13 Dec 2011
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79% of clients are males and 39% are females. Avg. age started on street = 15. 65% of surveyed youth use drugs to cope with their circumstances. 3 mont
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UTMSOC310H5Zachary LevinskyFall

Lecture #7

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13 Dec 2011
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No positive influences: no role models. Crime problem=gang problem: the gang member is the scapegoat its not our fault it is their fault, Bloods and cr
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UTMSOC310H5Zachary LevinskyFall

Lecture #4

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UTMSOC310H5Zachary LevinskyFall

Lecture #6

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Explosion of discussion on gangs- but didn"t define gang . Seems more looser; more structure not just a bunch of people hanging out in the park. Need t
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UTMSOC323H5KozbarSummer

Lecture #8

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UTMSOC323H5KozbarSummer

Lecture #4

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28 Sep 2011
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Tuesday recap: what is moral regulation . , ex of governance , 4 tests , lord devlin vs. john stewart mill . , governing the self. Today: governing the
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UTMSOC323H5KozbarSummer

Lecture #6

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SOC323H5 Lecture Notes - Sex Shop, Subcommittee On International Organizations Of The Committee On International Relations, Powerviolence

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UTMSOC323H5KozbarSummer

Lecture #3

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UTMSOC323H5KozbarSummer

Lecture #2

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28 Sep 2011
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What is the law on a particular issue. Assumes that law posses certain features by its very essence. Religion abortion (some don"t, some do) Social con
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UTMFSC360H5Hisham RagabFall

Lecture #2

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27 Sep 2011
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Forensic science is the use of science in the service of the law. Why is forensic science important: analysis of forensic evidence is used in the inves
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UTMFSC360H5Hisham RagabFall

Lecture #1

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UTMFSC360H5Hisham RagabFall

Lecture #3

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27 Sep 2011
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Whether scientific is admissible in criminal cases depends on: The evidence tends to prove or disprove a fact that, under the applicable law. The infor
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UTMSOC316H5Paula MauruttoFall

Lecture #2

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UTMSOC316H5Paula MauruttoFall

Lecture #1

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27 Sep 2011
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Crime prevention: actions taken before a crime is committed to prevent it, attitudes, activities, behaviours and environmental designs. How crime preve
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UTMSOC310H5Zachary LevinskyFall

Lecture #2

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UTMSOC310H5Zachary LevinskyFall

Lecture #3

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