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SFUCRIM 131Aynsley PescitelliFall

CRIM 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Nimby

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Rule of law: the requirement that governments, as well as individuals, be subjected to and abide by the law. Canadian charter of rights and freedom: th
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SFUCRIM 131Aynsley PescitelliSummer

CRIM 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: Youth Criminal Justice Act, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Indictable Offence

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SFUCRIM 131Aynsley PescitelliSummer

CRIM 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6-11: Indictable Offence, Jury Trial, Crown Attorney

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SFUCRIM 131Sheri FabianSpring

CRIM 131 Chapter 6: CRIM 131 Chapter 6

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Central premise of random patrol - mere presence & visibility of patrol cars serve as deterrent to crime & make citizens feel safer. Little attention g
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SFUCRIM 131Sarah YercichFall

CRIM 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Conditional Sentence, Dangerous Offender, Extenuating Circumstances

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Crime: mr smith, swim coach who convicted 4 sexual assaults for fondling two underage girls. Focus on the future conduct of mr smith and others who mig
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SFUCRIM 131Sheri FabianSpring

CRIM 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Drug Court, Superior Court, Youth Criminal Justice Act

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In every province & territory except nunavut, court system has 2 levels. Provincial & territorial courts - lowest level of courts. Nearly all criminal
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SFUCRIM 131Sarah YercichFall

CRIM 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Kingston Penitentiary, Security Interest, Perimeter Fence

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Pennsylvania model- a separate and silent system in which prisoners were completely isolated from one another; eating, working, and sleeping in separat
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SFUCRIM 131Sarah YercichFall

CRIM 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Conditional Sentence, Risk Management

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Chapter 10- corrections in the community: alternatives to confinement. Diversion- programs that are designed to keep offenders from being processed fur
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SFUCRIM 131Sheri FabianSpring

CRIM 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Penology, Mass Surveillance, Parliamentary Budget Officer

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Criminology - scientific study of crime & criminal behaviour. Criminal justice - study of social control & agencies involved in of those suspected/char
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SFUCRIM 131Sarah YercichFall

CRIM 131 Chapter 14: crim 131 text

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Ongoing challenge in the cjs is ensuring that policies and practice are informed by the findings of evaluation research. Most initiatives do not includ
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SFUCRIM 131Sheri FabianSpring

CRIM 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Arrest Warrant, Indictable Offence, Arbitrary Arrest And Detention

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SFUCRIM 131Sarah YercichFall

CRIM 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-3: Dominant Ideology, Homicide, O. J. Simpson

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*note: chapters 1-3 from the cjc will be tested on the first midterm* Judges are guided by the principle of proportionality when imposing a sentence. T
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