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YORKSOSC 2652Paul BaxterFall

SOSC 2652 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Nulla Poena Sine Lege, Actus Reus, Precedent

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29 Aug 2016
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Justice is delivered timely by competent, ethical, and independent representatives and neutrals. Essentially: no one is above the law, all are bound by
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YORKSOSC 2652Paul BaxterFall

SOSC 2652 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Summary Offence, Judicial Independence, Canadian Judicial Council

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13 Sep 2016
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Chapter 7 - structure and operation of the criminal courts. Canada does not have a uniform court system. With the exception of nunavut, the canadian ju
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YORKSOSC 2652Paul BaxterFall

SOSC 2652 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Arrest Warrant, Indictable Offence, Custodial Interrogation

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29 Aug 2016
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The charter of rights and freedoms and police powers. The police derive their powers from a number of sources, including statute law, case law, common
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YORKSOSC 2652Paul BaxterFall

SOSC 2652 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Canadian Human Rights Act, Crime Prevention

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29 Aug 2016
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A full-time police force was created in response to increasing fear of crime and disorder. There was opposition from the public and politicians who wer
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YORKSOSC 2652Anna PrattWinter

SOSC 2652 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: New York City Police Department, Iceberg, Broken Windows Theory

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17 Apr 2014
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Community policing is based on the three ps, prevention, problem solving, and partnership (with the community) The key principle of community policing
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YORKSOSC 2652Anna PrattSpring

SOSC 2652 Chapter Notes - Chapter Kit: Saskatoon Freezing Deaths, Neil Stonechild, Criminal Negligence

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26 Jan 2017
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YORKSOSC 2652Paul BaxterFall

SOSC 2652 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Compstat, Crime Prevention, Mass Surveillance

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29 Aug 2016
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A model of police work that is reactive, incident driven, and centered on random patrol. Based on the tree rs: random patrol, rapid response, reactive
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YORKSOSC 2652Anna PrattWinter

SOSC 2652 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Sleepwalking

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17 Apr 2014
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Chapter 7: a number of steps are involved in bringing a case to criminal court and a major role is played by crown counsel. Laying an information and l
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YORKSOSC 2652Anna PrattWinter

SOSC 2652 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Provincial Superior, Indictable Offence, Restorative Justice

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17 Apr 2014
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Chapter 6: with the introduction of the charter of rights and freedom there is an increased workload with more challenging legal issues, supreme court-
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YORKSOSC 2652Paul BaxterFall

SOSC 2652 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Psychological Evaluation, Indictable Offence, Restorative Justice

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13 Sep 2016
7
Purpose and principles of sentencing - s. 718. The sentence must be proportionate to the gravity of the offense: a sentence should be increased or redu
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YORKSOSC 2652Paul BaxterFall

SOSC 2652 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Youth Criminal Justice Act, Motor Vehicle Theft, Toronto Police Service

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29 Aug 2016
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Asides from multiple levels of government, the system also has three key sectors: police, courts, and corrections. Within each of these sectors, a numb
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YORKSOSC 2652Paul BaxterFall

SOSC 2652 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Dysfunctional Family, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Substance Abuse

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13 Sep 2016
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Pennsylvania model - separate and silent system which prisoners were completely isolated from each other. Auburn model - allowed prisoners to work and
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