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U OF ASOC327Alison DunwoodyWinter

SOC327 Chapter Notes -Money Laundering, Class Discrimination, Mens Rea

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Majority of canadians are satisfied with their safety but media has a big influence on they are reported attitudes and beliefs on crime: since violent
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SOC327 Chapter Notes - Chapter class: Body Worn Video, Saskatoon Freezing Deaths, Lethal Force

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Has taken on increasing importance because of actions of police in us and canada. At times necessary part of police work, do have state sanctioned auth
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SOC327 Chapter Notes - Chapter class: Absenteeism, Ingroups And Outgroups, Royal Canadian Mounted Police

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Early policing was a community responsibility; however, in 1829, amid rising fears of crime and disorder, the first full-time police force was created
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SOC327 Chapter Notes - Chapter class: Job Satisfaction

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SOC 327 Chapter 1: SOC 327 text notes ch 1

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Cj in canada has a system with checks and balances upon which case is divided. Decision makers have different mandates they are guided by examples: Jud
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SOC327 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Rahim Jaffer, The Funhouse, Funhouse

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Media shows crime (especially violent) as being rampant and that everyone is at great risk of becoming next victim. In actuality, property and non-viol
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SOC327 Chapter Notes - Chapter movie: Pepper Spray, List Of Royal Canadian Mounted Police Commissioners, Cranbrook, British Columbia

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Cadets will step into rcmp in a time of profound change. Fundamental weaknesss in force- built on paramilitary model w/ blind obedience to rank. Even i
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SOC327 Chapter Notes - Chapter n/a: Canadian Judicial Council, Plea Bargain, Provincial And Territorial Courts In Canada

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Prime duty is not to gain a conviction but to enforce the law and maintain justice by presenting all relevant evidence in a given case. Responsible for
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SOC327 Chapter Notes - Chapter movie: Context-Dependent Memory, Wods, Free Recall

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No neurons in cortex that specifically show memory. Different networks come into being and from the networks, emerge memory. Looked at a painting two m
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SOC327 Chapter Notes - Chapter class: Boxing Day Shooting, Media Bias, Moral Panic

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Sept 16: media representations of crime and criminal justice. Mainstream media is a very powerful source in our society. The dominant message is the on
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SOC327 Chapter Notes - Chapter n/a: Trace Evidence, Traffic Collision Reconstruction, Reid Technique

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Pre-trial release is the norm and the denial of release can only be made on the following grounds: to ensure that the accused attends court to protect
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SOC327 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Exclusionary Rule, Perjury, Donald Marshall, Jr.

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Neither above can make laws or run system as they please. Courts have authority to review legislation and the actions of cj professionals to ensure the
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