Chapter 1 Assignment
Should society attempt to restore law violators to the community, or should violators merely be punished for their misdeeds?
Please make sure you dive deep and provide supporting statements for your position.
Chapter 3 Assignment Submit Assignment
This assignment was locked Apr 15 at 11:59pm.
You will need the text book as well as the PowerPoint to answer the following questions.
If you have any questions please feel free to message me.
1) Discuss the characteristics of a psychopath/sociopath.
2.) Should victims ever be to blame for their victimization?
Please make sure you answer in-depth do NOT just tell me yes/no without an explanation of your position.
Chapter 4 Assignment
This assignment was locked May 6 at 11:59pm.
Research a case in which the defendant used the defense of entrapment, you will present the case to the class. Do not tell the class the verdict in the case.
All of you will vote on whether or not the defendant should have been acquitted or convicted based on the entrapment defense.
Your points will be based on upon your research and your participation in class!
This will be done in class April 12th, everyone will have to present to get points.
Chapter 5 Assignment
!.) There is concern that history may be repeating itself in policing due to increased reliance on civilian volunteers and privatization. Is this a cause for concern?
2.) Private police outnumber public by a factor of three to one. Is this beneficial or harmful?
The power point will be available after we discuss chapter 5 in class.
Chapter 6 Assignment
1.) Do the disadvantages of proactive policing outweigh the advantages?? Explain.
2.) Can the police and the community ever form a partnership to fight crime?? Why or why not?? Does the community policing model remind you of early forms of policing?? Explain.
3.) What are the relationships among community policing, problem-oriented policing, and intelligence-let policing? Are they similar or fundamentally different?
Chapter 7 Assignment
Students should review the article
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on police stress and develop a pamphlet to be distributed to police officers on ways to manage their level of stress.