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TEMPLECJ 1001JoeFall

CJ 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Main Source, Police Foundation, Glass Ceiling

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Chapter 6: police officers ii: on the job. Reality shock: the new officer quickly encounters the unpleasant aspects of dealing with the public, the cri
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TEMPLECJ 1001JoeFall

CJ 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Police Executive Research Forum, American Bar Association

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General service law enforcement agencies: those that are regularly engaged in (1) preventing crime (2) investigating crimes and apprehending criminals
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TEMPLECJ 1001JoeFall

CJ 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ageism, Dallas Police Department, Disparate Impact

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Chapter 5: police officers i: entering police work. The police tapes, produced in the mid-1970s. Documentary of nyc police officers engaged in routine
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TEMPLECJ 1001JoeFall

CJ 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: History Of Rugby Union, London Metropolitan University, Blue Law

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Chapter 2: the history of the american police. David bayley argues that the last decade of the twentieth century may be the most creative period in pol
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TEMPLECJ 1001JoeFall

CJ 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: August Vollmer

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Style of organization originated with robert peel"s plan resemble the military in some but not all respects. With penalties for failing to obey orders.
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TEMPLECJ 1001JoeFall

CJ 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: National Crime Victimization Survey, Reverse 9-1-1, Baltimore Police Department

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Majority of police officers are assigned to patrol. Deliver the bulk of police services to the public. Marked patrol car and the uniformed patrol offic
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TEMPLECJ 1001JoeFall

CJ 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9-15: Neighborhood Watch, Uniform Crime Reports

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Crime control is one of the major responsibilities of the police involves responding to criminal incidents, conducting criminal investigations, and arr
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TEMPLECJ 1001Dr.Cheryl IronsFall

CJ 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Endangerment, Consent Search, Writ Of Assistance

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TEMPLECJ 1001Dr.Cheryl IronsFall

CJ 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Canine Tooth, Differential Association, Urban Renewal

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The experience of victims with in the criminal justice system. The victims behavior may have increased the risk of crime. Victims actions of inaction m
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TEMPLECJ 1001Dr.Cheryl IronsFall

CJ 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Victimology

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Victimology- a field of criminology that examines the role the victim plays in precipitating a criminal incident and the impact of crimes on victims. E
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TEMPLECJ 1001Dr.Cheryl IronsFall

CJ 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Edwin Sutherland, Price Fixing, Extortion

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Crime: a specific act of commission or omission in violation of the law, for which a punishment is prescribed. One emerging trend in creating policies
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TEMPLECJ 1001Dr.Cheryl IronsFall

CJ 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences, Victimology, Restorative Justice

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Retribution: punishment inflicted on a person who has infringed on the rights of others and so deserves to be penalized. The severity of the sanction s
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