Human Intelligence in Federal Terrorism Cases

Abstract The September 11th attacks changed everything. Domestic policy alterations were among the most significant changes after 9/11. Specifically, the 2002 Ashcroft Attorney General Guidelines and the 2008 Mukasey Attorney General Guidelines were at the forefront of post 9/11 policy changes. These Attorney General Guidelines changed the way the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) investigated … Read more

GUN CONTROL DOES NOT MEAN LESS CRIME

The traditional societal dogma that states, ‘more guns mean more crimes’ is no longer applicable nowadays. The crimes continue to climb due to life’s degrading quality and society’s deteriorating morality. The proportionality of gun ownership and the increase in crime rate are currently unfounded. Recent observations and studies compare countries with banning firearms policies and … Read more

The Reentry 2

‘ What is reentry? Is it effective? This is when someone has been incarcerated for a long period of time, and now they are released and returning to society. Or they may be getting out on good behavior and they could be placed on parole or probation to serve the remainder of their time. Reentry … Read more

The death penalty

Ever feel that keeping prisoners in jail for a lifelong sentence is a waste of tax payer’s money? Wish there was a different option, well there is, the death penalty. Ever feel that crime rate is climbing and there isn’t a way to prevent it from increasing, during the 80’s and 90’s when the death … Read more

#BlackLivesMatter

The movement In 2012 in a relatively small city in Florida a 17 year-old unarmed black boy was gunned down while walking home from the gas station after getting snacks. The killing of Trayvon Martin in Sanford, FL by George Zimmerman received national attention. Zimmerman was eventually charged and tried for Martin’s death, but was … Read more

Restorative justice

‘All human beings have the capacity to learn, grow and change.’ (Arthur Barry Adoff, Web Quest) By taking restorative justice I recently was able to understand and realize to the fullest extent that change is possible in all human beings. My participation in class by actively listening and participating in the readings has led me … Read more

Deterrence Theory

If I was attending a meeting on Deterrence Theory and was asked if I agreed with the belief that deterrence does not work and there is no point in studying it, I would counter with a differing opinion. I would explain the situations and types of individuals in which deterrence is successful. I would concede … Read more

Physical security survey

Prepared for Janet Garret, Director of Security Magnolia Utility Citizens’ Cooperative By: Top Notch Security Interviewed: Stacey Chang, Operations Director: currently a rotating supervisor in the Electric Way Branch Cash Management Area. Margie Mason – South Street Office Cash Management Supervisor. Dan Gorsky – Security Guard at Vehicle Yard Security Checkpoint. Manny Videtti – Custodial … Read more

Gender issues relating to violence

This report will look into gender issues relating to violence. It will look at the theories of Criminology, the ‘Gender’Gap’, domestic violence and its effects as well as punishment of offenders. Gender’s importance inrelation to violent crime and the Nature versus nurture argument in reference to criminal behaviour. Gender issues in relation to violence have … Read more

Racial profiling

Racial profiling is the strategy of capturing somebody due to the color of his or her skin and a snappy suspicion that the distinctive is participating in horrendous conduct. This activity could be held alongside normal movement stops, or might be totally irregular dependent upon the vehicles that is determined, the amount of the extraordinary … Read more

Dissertation: Has the Concept of Honour Based Violence eroded amongst Kurdish and Turkish men in the UK?

Abstract This research aims to explore the concept of HBV; against women within, Kurdish-Turkish, communities in the UK. Furthermore, the research aims to produce prevention methods to combat this crime. The research was achieved through adopting a qualitative framework. The results were groundbreaking; in-fact, it has added knowledge to previous literature, and contradicted the majority … Read more

The main forms of statistics about crime currently available for England and Wales

The best source of this information is the crime statistics Publication which offers thorough information on the datasets which are used to compile the crime statistics which are available in the Office for National Statistics. The crime statistics Publication is intended to be a useful guide for reference with notes which are self-explanatory with regards … Read more

Persons with mental illnesses and the criminal justice system

Persons with mental illnesses who come into contact with the criminal justice system bear a double burden from the stigma associated with their mental illness and the stress of potential arrest and confinement. Involvement with the criminal justice system may exacerbate the isolation and distrust often associated with mental illnesses. Mental Health Courts place less … Read more

Essay on identity theft

Your identity is said to be the key to your life. Once it is stolen, you will have a hard time rectifying it. Identity theft is a White-collar crime that is on the rise (Bazley, Tom ,2008). Many people have fell victim of identity theft and many still may not know because it can go … Read more

Essay on Restorative Justice for Young Female Offenders: a critical evaluation

The criminal justice system has traditionally concentrated on detaining and committing offenders rather than examining the roots of their problems and providing community-based services that effectively addressed them. Crime rates continue to soar under the present system and the search is ever stronger for a solution to deal with a rising prison population, high costs, … Read more