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APP STATECJ 2430Catherine Marie Davis MarcumFall

CJ 2430 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Balance Theory

Organization that is developed for a specific reason to enforce rules or achieve goals. The clients they have, do not have a choice to be there. People
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APP STATECJ 3405Kenneth MullenSpring

CJ 3405 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: David Kaczynski, Forensic Science, Information Theory

Ted"s brother, david kaczynski, read the manifesto and realized that the author sounded a lot like his brother. David notified the fbi and gave the loc
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APP STATECJ 3533-410Elicka SparksSpring

CJ 3533-410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Chain Letter, National Crime Victimization Survey, Crime Science

This book is designed to help the reader learn about crime as it really happens. There are nine fallacies that are presented and explained in this chap
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APP STATECJ 3533-410Elicka SparksSpring

CJ 3533-410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Victimology

Four stages in the history of everyday life: the village pop: ~250. Few things people owned were handmade, so stolen items were easily identifiable. Lo
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APP STATECJ 2430Catherine Marie Davis MarcumFall

CJ 2430 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Gleaning, Prison Rape Elimination Act Of 2003, Prison Gang

Prisonization: adapting to the norms and values of a prison setting or prison subculture. We are bringing our lifestyle in from the outside. Walking in
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APP STATECJ 2430Catherine Marie Davis MarcumFall

CJ 2430 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Supermax Prison, White-Collar Crime, Barbed Wire

In prisons, about 60% of inmates are people of color. An increasing number of male inmates are in prison for drug crimes and violent crimes. Women are
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APP STATECJ 3533-410Elicka SparksSpring

CJ 3533-410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: The Public Interest

Things a thief can do with stolen goods: use it themselves, likes the cd, clothes fit them, trade it for other illegally stolen goods. Find someone who
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APP STATECJ 3542Elicka SparksSpring

CJ 3542 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Dennis Rader, Ted Kaczynski, New York Post

Frank worden arrived home to find his mother and truck missing on november 16, 1957. Police fou(cid:374)d the (cid:271)od(cid:455) of fra(cid:374)k wor
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APP STATECJ 3400Matt RobinsonSpring

CJ 3400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.2: White-Collar Crime, Corporate Crime, Bank Teller

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Are acts that cause tremendous physical, financial, and moral harms to. Americans, but are not pursued by cj system as much or are not against the law.
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APP STATECJ 1100Barbara ZaitzowSpring

CJ 1100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Evidence-Based Practice, American Justice, Social Control

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The american criminal justice system has a lot of power. Arrest, convict, and prison, who lives, who dies. Crimes = conduct in violation of the crimina
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APP STATECJ 2430Barbara ZaitzowFall

CJ 2430 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.1: Ty Warner, Herbert Annesley Packer, Ty Inc.

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APP STATECJ 3400Matt RobinsonSpring

CJ 3400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.3: Anti-Social Behaviour, Conduct Disorder, Schizophrenia

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Crime vs criminality, delinquency, and other important terms. Crime is an act that violates the criminal law: cri(cid:373)i(cid:374)ologist use it i(ci
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