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1510 days

 Date: 10/20/15 00:14   in : Psychology 

Criminal Psychology Criminal Psychology There are many different aspects that can be taken when trying to understand the causes, nature and distribution of crime. One of these outlooks is Criminal Psychology, which tries to explain crime through psychological means. In the mid 1...

 

1521 days

 Date: 10/08/15 10:58   in : Psychology 

Criminality - Sociological and Psychological Factors On June 12, 2000, a 22 year old man named Sandro boards a bus with the intention of robbing the passengers on the bus. However, the attempted robbery soon turned into a hostage situation and therefore, put Sandro at the center of t...

 

1504 days

 Date: 10/25/15 06:07   in : Psychology 

Forensic Psychology Movies such as Kiss the Girls, Manhunter or Resurrection are embellished to the point of ridicule by those that participate in real criminal investigations. Real life profiling (a term for assessing a psychological profile) is not exactly what you see in tele...

 

1516 days

 Date: 10/13/15 23:39   in : Psychology 

False Memory Syndrome In recent years there has been immense controversy about such repressed memories. Experts differ in their opinions as to whether the abuse actually happened, or whether such ‘memories’ are actually created during the process of psychotherapy. There are few a...

 

1519 days

 Date: 10/10/15 15:01   in : Psychology 

pins petition The Juvenile Courts were established primarily to handle delinquent juveniles. According to Joseph J. Senna & Larry J. Seigel the authors of Introduction To Criminal Justice the definition of a juvenile delinquent is a commision of an illegal act done by a ...

 

1513 days

 Date: 10/16/15 17:27   in : Psychology 

College of Choice I am not the most informed individual on colleges in general. I realize that it is an extremely significant factor in my future. I know that if I am to pursue a reasonably acceptable life of success, then this is the undisputed path upon which I must journey. I u...

 

1517 days

 Date: 10/12/15 09:38   in : Psychology 

CESARE LOMBROSO Cesare Lombroso was an Italian criminologist born in Venice, Italy on November 18, 1836 to parents of Jewish decent. He wrote several books which were published including a book on antisemitism. Blaming Jewish people for their conditions and proposed assimilation as...

 

1505 days

 Date: 10/25/15 01:01   in : Psychology 

The Mind of the Criminally Insane Abstract This paper will examine the mind of the criminally insane. When examining the criminally insane, many factors must be considered. First, mental health diseases and their symptoms will be examined. The development of these diseases could be g...

 

1517 days

 Date: 10/12/15 22:25   in : Psychology 

Counseling: Case Study It could be argued that by its very nature one who counsels does so in order to reach a solution, a cure, or a process by which a person or system can move forward. Many people do not realize that systems get sick, become dysfunctional, and ultimately veer of t...

 

1518 days

 Date: 10/11/15 15:53   in : Psychology 

D.A.R.E. DARE Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) is a program designed to discourage drug use and violence among school age children. DARE’s origins can be traced to Los Angeles in the early 1980s and a chief of police who helped create a drug education and prevention progra...

 

1517 days

 Date: 10/12/15 08:13   in : Psychology 

Going to College and Finding Success Although, when you hear the word college you think of many positive attributes and success but, what is success? College can be an awesome thing but also has its pros and cons many different people have different outlooks and experiences from coll...

 

1509 days

 Date: 10/20/15 22:01   in : Psychology 

Police Officers Stress Police work is very stressful due to the pressures of the job, and strict legal limitations. Many researchers have examined the basic stressors involved in policing. Stress causes mental or physical tension or strain. In a sense, stress causes a restrictive hol...

 

1511 days

 Date: 10/18/15 06:29   in : Psychology 

Police Officers and Suicide Suicide is a heartfelt issue no matter where it strikes but it's also not a very popular topic in the law enforcement and police culture. Last year, 126 police officers ended their own lives, according to data released in August by a national study of poli...

 

1518 days

 Date: 10/11/15 20:32   in : Psychology 

The Long Process of Treating Sex Offenders Sex offenders are a highly diverse group of people, but all are individuals who have at least one of the following crimes in common: have committed violent sexual assault on a stranger, have had inappropriate sexual contact with a family mem...

 

1509 days

 Date: 10/21/15 01:34   in : Psychology 

The Insanity Defense MLA The Insanity Defense Before the eighteenth century, insanity was considered a sickness rather than a mental disorder. It was a belief insane people were to be possessed by demons. Mentally ill people were treated as criminals for committing insane acts. I...

 

1521 days

 Date: 10/09/15 00:34   in : Psychology 

Criminal Profiling Criminal Profiling In the criminal justice system, there is a growing demand for experts in the field of human behavior who can assist law enforcement with solving unusual homicide cases. Law enforcement agencies often seek help from psychologists, criminologi...

 

1519 days

 Date: 10/10/15 13:39   in : Psychology 

Women, Abandonment and Power Mario Balotelli once said "They say abandonment is a wound that never heals. I say only that an abandoned child never forgets. Though a person that had been abandoned may seem content with life, the effects of being abandoned are long lasting  (Balotelli...

 

1512 days

 Date: 10/17/15 16:27   in : Psychology 

Worst Crimes of the Century The past century has been one of sensational crimes that have amazed many Americans. Form the Lindbergh baby to the exploits of Al Capone, to serial murderers like Ted Bundy. Crime has become a cultural phenomenon that has captured the interests of academi...

 

1529 days

 Date: 10/01/15 02:51   in : Science 

Automated Fingerprint Identification System AFIS (Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems) allows law enforcement agencies to conduct applicant and suspect fingerprints with literally thousands or millions of file prints in a matter of minutes. A manual search of this nature would t...

 

1520 days

 Date: 10/09/15 13:54   in : Sociology 

Effects that the Enviroment Have on Juvenile Deliquency I researched the effects that the environment has on juvenile delinquents. This paper describes the literature that I read on the topic, and the findings of many different researchers. I describe the effects of the family, peers, ...

 

1532 days

 Date: 09/28/15 00:02   in : Legal_Issues 

Juvenile Boot Camps Juvenile Boot Camps: A Bad Alternative Since their beginning in 1983 in Georgia, boot camps have spread to more than half the States and have gained a vast amount of appeal because of policies. Supporters of boot camps believe these camps rehabilitate offenders and ...

 

1529 days

 Date: 09/30/15 13:03   in : Psychology 

Criminal Profiling In the criminal justice system, there is a growing demand for experts in the field of human behavior who can assist law enforcement with solving unusual homicide cases. Law enforcement agencies often seek help from psychologists, criminologists, psychiatrists, and oth...

 

Management Of Criminal Justice Agencies, Problem Solving & Decision Making Management of Criminal Justice Agencies Problem solving and decision making are the essential job functions and the responsibility of all supervisors and managers in law enforcement. This usually includes from th...

 

1535 days

 Date: 09/24/15 09:22   in : Sociology 

Introduction to Sociology 1. What are the four social revolutions? The evolution of society is divided into four social revolutions. From hunting and gathering societies, which are the most simple and nomadic, came the first social revolution, the domestication of animals and plants. ...

 

1523 days

 Date: 10/06/15 23:42   in : Political_Science 

Religion In Prisons The first amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America states: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the peop...