Instructions In this unit, we looked at the biological theories of crime. For this scholarly activity, you will explain four theories of crime from Chapters 3 and 4. Some of the biosocial theories focus on internal factors, such as low blood sugar, hormonal differences, and atavistic features. In your explanation of each theory, include responses to the following items: Explain the basic concepts of the theory. How is the theory related to crime? Do you personally feel that the theory is acceptable as a potential reason for crime? Explain your answer. Is there research to substantiate this theory? In accordance […]
Explain concepts of prevention and some of the challenges. 2 Speak to some of the fetal and neonatal complications caused by alcohol. 3 Do class and race play a role in drug use and addiction? If so, why? 4 Explain the effects of drugs on maturation. 5 What are some of the conditions that put adolescents more at risk for substance abuse?
The text discussed three types of police strategies to address and reduce crime: Problem Oriented Policing (POP), Community Oriented Policing (COP) and Zero Tolerance Policing. If you were a Sheriff/Police Chief in Northern Nevada, which strategy or strategies would you use and why? little more than half page finish it up in next 15 hours, please.
The Endangered Species Act is one of several Federal laws governing the environment and wildlife covered in your book. Is the ESA necessary to protect endangered species, or should states have the ultimate authority here? Are the effects sometimes too far-reaching, or are these results and penalties equitable when considering the effect on the environment? Please respond to the above question with at least 150 words. finish in next 17 hours please
Discuss the California Drug and Alcohol Treatment Assessment. List the concepts that support practices in the field. 2 Name two different types of treatment facilities mentioned in Chapter 9 and which you would believe to be the most beneficial to clients and why. The two most effective treatment facilities mentioned in chapter nine are the medical model detoxification program and social model recovery. 3 Discuss “recognition and acceptance” concepts that go along with treatment 4 Explain “group therapy” and how it can benefit treatment 5 What are the four goals of family treatment? 6 When treating addiction, why is cultural […]
Do you think today’s law enforcement officer’s abuse their discretion? If you were a Sheriff/Police Chief how would you monitor your officer’s use of discretion? What steps would you take to ensure it wasn’t abused?
Please answer the following questions. 1) What is a person’s “reasonable expectation of privacy”? (Include the factors from Justice Harlan’s concurrence in Katz). 2) Why is it important in the area of search and seizure law? 3) Should one have a reasonable expectation of privacy from infrared detectors and other high tech devices that enable law enforcement officers to “see” heat emanating from inside our homes? Why or why not? 4) Should it matter whether these devices are “currently in public use,” and why or why not? Is this a useful standard? 5) Would it matter what kind of images […]
Apply what you have learned in this course and provide an answer to the following question.Base your answer on the law, facts, Rules of Evidence, and academic learning, not emotion. Your answer should be between 500 – 700 words. Be concise, write clearly and academically. Question: a. Define, discuss and provide examples of the special populations found within the state prison system, and then answer the following questions related to these populations: b. What aspects of a prisoner’s background require they be confined outside the the general prison population. c. Describe concerns with placement of inmates who have a know […]
For this scholarly activity, you will explain the link between crime patterns, trends, and theory. Referencing Chapters 7 and 8, you will focus on social criminological theories and their relation to crime rates. Select two theories (one from Chapter 7 and one from Chapter 8), and include responses to the following points in your scholarly activity: Explain the theories (one to two paragraphs for each theory). In your explanation, include how these would either raise or lower the crime rate and your rationale as to why. Explain how peer groups, families, and social organizations positively or negatively affect your theory. […]
Imagine you are a law enforcement officer (i.e. customs officer) in Hong Kong working in boundary protection duties, provide your personal views by answering the attached list of questions (please elaborate as far as practicable whether you answered Yes or No to each question.