Understanding criminology in the future

Access the Victims’ compensation websites in your state and the National Center for Victims of Crime website (http://www.ncvc.org).   Review the following in Criminology in the 21st Century:   Criminology Interviews: Chief Michael Rand of Victimization Statistics Transcript Criminology Interviews: Director National Gary Lafree Transcript Terrorism: A Study in Public Safety View the following Films… Continue reading Understanding criminology in the future

Criminal Law and Law Enforcement

Introduction:   Early social norms, before the emergence of the criminal justice system, resorted to the support of family and friends in finding and exacting revenge against those who had victimized them. Eventually, crimes came to be viewed as offenses against society. Modern day philosophy has evolved to recognize the need for the system to… Continue reading Criminal Law and Law Enforcement

Obsessive Compulsion Disorder

Obsessive Compulsion Disorder (OCD) and Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) share similarities and contrast (Comer, R.J., 2021). OCT is an anxiety disorder that involves repetitive and unwanted obsession such as having to have things in order, excessive cleanliness, focuses on details, and aims for perfection. GAD exhibits exaggerated and unrealistic anxiety about life elements such as… Continue reading Obsessive Compulsion Disorder

Homicide and Law Enforcement Discussion

OVERVIEW Many jurisdictions have adopted the Uniform Determination of Death Act, which provides that the individual has either 1) irreversible cessation of circulatory and respiratory functions, or 2) irreversible cessation of all function of the grain, including the brain stem. A criminal homicide must be the proximate result of the criminal act, and cannot be… Continue reading Homicide and Law Enforcement Discussion

Future of Policing substantive Paper

Select two trends or practices in policing that are of interest to you. Some examples may include:   Wearable computers Predictive policing Drone technologies Forensic science Biometrics and security Enhanced surveillance/tracking through technologies Intelligence-led policing Radio technologies Gunshot location systems Radio frequency identification systems Autonomous/driverless vehicles On-body cameras for all officers Pursuit avoidance technologies Research… Continue reading Future of Policing substantive Paper

History of policing & changes in professionalism

Introduction In each unit, you will respond to discussion questions. Some units have one discussion, some have two discussion.   The responses to the discussion posts must be substantive and based on the text reading or an outside peer reviewed source. You may take whatever position you choose, but must provide substantive evidence in support.… Continue reading History of policing & changes in professionalism