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UMDCCJS 105katie ZafftFall

CCJS 105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Interpol, Legal Age, White-Collar Crime

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Criminology: a combined science of social, psychological, and biological sciences to e(cid:454)a(cid:373)i(cid:374)e (cid:449)h(cid:455) people (cid:27
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UMDCCJS 200Alan LehmanFall

CCJS 200 Chapter 2: Chapter 2 Vocab

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UMDCCJS 100Justine MadooSpring

CCJS 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Extortion, Gleaning, Machismo

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The big house, goal was custody not treatment. Many were converted to correctional institutions with introduction of the rehabilitation model. Focus of
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UMDCCJS 105Kiminori NakamuraSpring

CCJS 105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Fidel Castro, Crime In The United States, Main Source

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A continuing criminal enterprise that works rationally to profit from illicit activities often in great public demand. Its continuing existence is main
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UMDCCJS 100Justine MadooSpring

CCJS 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Management System, Human Services

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Community corrections seeks to keep offenders in the community by building ties to family. Assumes that the offender must change, but it also recognize
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UMDCCJS 100Justine MadooFall

CCJS 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Plea Bargain, Counter-Terrorism, Cybercrime

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Section 1: goals of the criminal justice system. Criminal justice system: enforces the standards of conduct necessary to protect individuals and the co
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UMDCCJS 200Alan LehmanFall

CCJS 200 Chapter 5: Chapter 5 Vocab and Formulas

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UMDCCJS 100Justine MadooSpring

CCJS 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Crime Mapping, Genotype, Pepper Spray

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New developments that benefit one side will lead to adjustments and adaptations by the other. The pressure to find new and better devices to combat cri
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UMDCCJS 200Alan LehmanFall

CCJS 200 Chapter 3: Chapter 3 Vocab and Formulas

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UMDCCJS 200Alan LehmanFall

CCJS 200 Chapter 4: Chapter 4 Vocab and Formulas

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UMDCCJS 105Kiminori NakamuraSpring

CCJS 105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Carjacking, Hot-Wiring, Embezzlement

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Involve either the illegal acquisition of someone else"s property or the malicious destruction of property. Most people have or will commit a property
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UMDCCJS 105Kiminori NakamuraSpring

CCJS 105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Nocturnal Enuresis, Sex Organ, Sexual Dysfunction

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Violent crime: the use of force exercised without excuse or justification to achieve a goal at the expense of a victim. Violence can be controlled and
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