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Transnational Crime - ... Included in the report is the relationship of three factors: Globalization of the economy, increased numbers in the differences of immigrants and improved communications technology. A good example would be, the immigration of individuals does not necessarily cause an increase in crime. However in order to immigrate, some individuals do violate immigration laws and regulations which lead to exploitation by criminals. Transnational international crimes do cause an increase to crime in general: desperate socioeconomic conditions, the retaining of illegal goods and drugs and especially when suppliers are in one country and consumers are in another and unfortunately the universal greed for power and money (Finckenauer, 2000) Transnational Crime and the Legal Process of Innocence The intent of criminal justice is to prosecute those who commit a crime in a transnational arena when the evidence is overwhelming ....   [tags: Crime] 1087 words
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Theories of Crime - ... Gottfredson and Hirschi do not believe that their general theory of crime is the only answer to the question of why we commit crime; it’s merely a piece of the puzzle. The basic premise behind their general theory of crime is that low self-control puts us more at risk of committing crime. It doesn’t necessarily mean that we will, just that we stand a greater chance. We want to maximize our pleasure so if an opportunity presents itself and we have low self-control we will be more likely to act on our impulse....   [tags: Crime]
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Crime in Canada - ... With an improved economy leading to higher employment rates and restrictions put upon firearms, such disciplines have led the country to fewer homicides (Welsh & Irving, 2005). It is apparent that age, economy and limitations are a few of the factors that have helped the rate of crime decrease over the past decade. The legal regime in Canada has included the Criminal Code, but also the Proceeds of Crime and Terrorist Financing Act, which has covered a lot of ground in this legal area. Because regulation is expensive, efficacy of the anti-terrorist financing (ATF) has never been scrutinized, and I agree with the author in that the regime should be reviewed for safety purposes....   [tags: Crime ]
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Organized Crime - ... Their establishments were usually little pizza places that people went to and never suspected a thing. The operations of organized crime are obvious, and there really isn’t much we can do about them because they appear to be completely legal. In many instances, the gang members are well known, and pretty well feared by a lot of people. When they start young, they can “become the most feared man in the city by age 22” (Goodfellas). This type of intimidation is definitely taken advantage of. Also, when these men aren’t necessarily feared by people, they do their best to make it so that there will soon be plenty of fear....   [tags: Crime ]
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Organized Crime - ... This is not the case, INTERPOL itself does not do any on the ground crime fighting. They help facilitate communication between police forces of different governments in order to help capture international fugitives.8 Policy 1: Wire Transfers The first policy is taken from the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). This policy involves wire transfers. Wire transfers can be defined as any transfer of made by a person, through finical institutions by electronic means. This policy states that all wire transfers should “take measures to ensure that financial institutions, including money remitters, conduct enhanced scrutiny of and monitor for suspicious activity funds transfers which do not contain complete originator information”....   [tags: Crime]
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White-Collar Crime Vs. Street Crime - ... Organizational crime is criminal actions taken by large groups such as companies, businesses, or organizations. White-collar criminals are responsible for more deaths per year than all murderers combined (Barkan, 2012). Overall, white-collar criminals are less easily detected by law enforcement than street criminals. There are, in fact, similarities between street crime and white-collar crime. Both commit criminal acts (usually in this case it involves stealing or some type of fraud) and they both commit these acts of violence when the opportunity presents itself (Barkan, 2012)....   [tags: Crime ]
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Transnational Crime - ... They also make up the largest national contingent in RAMSI's multi-national Participating Police Force (Nautilus Institute 2010). According to the Nautilus Institute (2010) through the Participating Police Force, AFP personnel were involved in a range of tasks, including the establishment of law and order, rural patrolling, arresting of militia leaders and politicians, and training of the Solomon Islands Police Force. The death of AFP Protective Service Officer Adam Dunning in Honiara on 22 December 2004 exemplifies the most significant negative consequence of involvement in international policing operations....   [tags: International Crime]
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Organized Crime in Australia - ... In contrast, the ACC’s brief discussion (amounting to just one page of a 101 paged report) and casual rejection of corruption in Australia as a major facilitator of organised crime seems at best, optimistically lazy, and, at worst, knowingly ignorant. This lack of serious discussion on the role of corruption is symptomatic of the failure of successive Australian governments, the commentariat, and to a lesser extent of academia, to entertain the notion that corruption is a real problem in Australia.4 This critique firstly assesses the ACC report against its own stated purpose and then against the two matters raised above....   [tags: Crime ]
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Industrial Revolution and the Crime Conundrum - ... The congestion caused a situation in which a problem arose and that secondary problem cause the crime rates to rise. The “Evils of Alcohol” Another popular theory was that the rise in crime could be attributed to increased alcoholism. It is a well-known fact that there was a “Gin Epidemic” during the early 18th century (Abel 401). Around 1689, after a series of Parliamentary acts were passed allowing distillers to become sellers, “the cost of gin fell below the cost of beer and ale” (Abel 401)....   [tags: Crime]
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Securing the Crime Scene - ... This is very crucial information to note so that the pictures can be distinguished and easier to identify. Sketches are also made along with the photographs that were taken. This is done to make the crime scene as realistic as possible. The sketch is of the crime scene as a whole and includes exact measurements of how far the evidence was from certain points inside the crime scene, how far it was away from the door (if the crime scene was inside a home), etc. Apart from sketches, video documentation of a crime scene may also be kept (Layton, 2005)....   [tags: Crime ]
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Crime in South Africa - ... These stations seem to have been set up to fail without too to function. Competing strategies, non-collaboration, unaligned resources, management and the failure to have an implementation framework are all but few variables contributing to crime in the country. It has been argued by Dixon (2000) that a number of models are known but “very little is known about the kind of programmes that work under local conditions” (Dixon: 92). What Dixon is raising is also that strategies should be informed what is happening on the local level, conditions which are determined by how people live and function within those localities....   [tags: Crime] 1370 words
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Crime in South Africa - ... In his address he mentioned nine areas but had sent a message to crime fighting law enforcement to implement in such areas as he had mentioned, as a result such areas were added to bring them to 14 stations. These stations were promised with enough resources to those communities with the help of all stakeholders concerned. Those stations which were as a result of the President’s address became know as Presidential Stations. The Presidential stations in the country are: 1. Gauteng: Katlehong and Alexandra 2. Western Cape: Mitchell’s Plain and Khayelitsha 3. KwaZulu-Natal :Inanda and Kwa Mashu 4. Eastern Cape: Motherwell, Mdantsane and Tsolo 5. Limpopo: Thohoyandou 6. Northern Cape: Galeshewe 7. Northwest: Mafikeng 8. Free State: Thabong 9. Mpumalanga: KaNyamazana These police stations were identified as high risk in terms of lacking infrastructure, inadequate resources, and high levels of serious and violent crime....   [tags: Crime] 1412 words
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Crime in Relation to Sustainability - ... In Broken Windows (1992), an article that introduced the Broken Windows Hypothesis, Kelling argues that addressing minor “quality-of-life” offenses that contribute to public disorder, such as public drinking and drug abuse, would prevent more serious crimes from being committed. With application of this theory in New York, significant decreases in crime were experienced in the 1990s. This was accomplished by an increase of 6000 police officers (19%) from 1990 to 1994. In 2005, an experimental study was conducted by Shi who studied the Cincinnati Police department following a U.S....   [tags: Crime]
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Environmental Crime in Taiwan - ... According to White (2008), there are three main approaches to the analysis and study of environmental criminalisation and regulation. The first approach examines existing environmental legislation with the aim of offering a sustained socio-legal analysis of specific breaches of law, the role of law enforcement agencies, and the difficulties and opportunities of using criminal law against environmental offenders (del Frate & Norberry, 1993; Gunningham, Norberry & McKillop, 1995; Heine, Prabhu & del Frate, 1997; Situ & Emmons, 2000)....   [tags: Crime] 1763 words
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Russian Organized Crime - Russian Organized Crime (ROC) The term "Russian organized crime" (ROC) refers to criminal groups from the 15 republics which comprised the former Soviet Union. ROC has existed for 20 years in the United States but during the last five years law enforcement authorities have observed a distinct increase in their criminal activities. Criminals from the former Soviet Union have established their networks in major cities and are also emerging in some smaller cities. ROC groups are involved in murder, money laundering, extortion, auto theft, weapons smuggling, narcotics trafficking, prostitution, counterfeiting currency, and a multitude of complex fraud schemes....   [tags: Crime] 873 words
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The Impact of Immigrants on Crime Rates - ... Articles one and three also dig deeper into immigrant concentration to establish how it is a major cause of low crime rates amongst immigrants (Desmond & Kubrin, 2009; Nielsen & Martinez, 2011). Moreover, the fourth article took a different approach and focused on violence amongst immigrant children or native children of foreign parents that the other four articles lacked (Almeida, Johnson, McNamara & Gupta, 2011). The first three articles relied heavily on secondary data in order to express their opinions, while fourth and fifth relied heavily on the opinions of people whether native and immigrants....   [tags: Crime ]
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Digital Crime and Digital Terrorism - ... Through the FBI-led National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force, efforts are coordinated with 20 law enforcement and intelligence community (IC) entities, including the Central Intelligence Agency, Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the National Security Agency. The FBI also has embedded cyber staff in other IC agencies through joint duty and detailee assignments. Currently FBI agents have embedded full-time in five foreign police agencies to assist with cyber investigations: Estonia, the Netherlands, Romania, Ukraine, and Colombia....   [tags: Crime ]
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The Rise of Organized Crime - ... Many of the brewery owners in America were German- American, and a large anti-German sentiment had grown in the United States. The ASL would take full advantage of this situation. “The ASL’s intention was to link alcohol with anti-Americanism and frame Prohibition as a patriotic cause. In one of his many statements on the subject, Wheeler proclaimed that “the liquor traffic aids those forces in our country whose loyalty is called into question at this hour.”” (Hill 27) Having made liquor seem as unpatriotic, the ASL then took advantage of President Wilson’s Food Control Bill....   [tags: Crime]
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White-Collar Crime - ... “Given that 75% of people admit to stealing from their place of employment at some point in their lives, it seems likely that everyone can be a potential thief”(Appelbaum, 2006). Research shows younger, unmarried employees who may only work part-time or otherwise have few ties to the business are more likely to steal. “Conversely, white-collar criminals have been found to be college educated, in their thirties and married” (Appelbaum, 2006). Regardless of the demographic to the person stealing, the triad of every crime must be fulfilled: means, motive, and opportunity to commit their act couple with a lack or warping of ethics....   [tags: Crime ]
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Is Crime a Biological or Learned Behavior? - ... The concept of individuals being born as a criminal type is still unclear. Of course this concept has been expanded well beyond just looking at physical traits. Researchers have also looked at criminal behavior from a genetic aspect. In fact, "behavioral genetic research has show that genes influence individual differences in a wide range of human behaviors -cognition, academic achievement, personality and temperament (including such traits as aggression and hostility), psychopathology, and even vocational interests and social attitudes" (Meadows, 2010, P.16)....   [tags: Crime]
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The Causes of Crime - Missing Works Cited The Causes of Crime The causes of crime seem to be indefinite and ever changing. In the 19th century, slum poverty was blamed; in the 20th century, a childhood without love was blamed (Adams 152). In the era going into the new millennium, most experts and theorists have given up all hope in trying to pinpoint one single aspect that causes crime. Many experts believe some people are natural born criminals who are born with criminal mindsets, and this is unchangeable. However, criminals are not a product of heredity....   [tags: Crime Violence Criminology Essays] 1525 words
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Crime and Punishment and Raskolnikov's article, On Crime - Crime and Punishment and Raskolnikov's article, "On Crime" Raskolnikov's article, "On Crime," is vital to the understanding of his beliefs. This article also has a profound effect on Crime and Punishment as a whole, the subject matter being one of the main themes of the novel. The idea of the "extraordinary man" is referred to literally throughout the book, but also notable is the subconscious effect the idea has on Raskolnikov. Sometimes Raskolnikov is not even aware of this influence. It is important to note originality, or the ability to "utter a new word," as a defining characteristic of the extraordinary man....   [tags: Crime Punishment Essays] 3487 words
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Crime Statistics - Crime Statistics Crime statistics are not what we are led to believe. We hear a lot about the crime rates going up and down from the media and they tend to expand on specific types of criminal behavior that might be of interest to the public. When politicians are running for office we are told that the crime rates are down due to the tough crime policies that they have been implemented. Citizens seek crime rates for assistance in determining if the area they reside in is safe. Some people wish to get a general idea of the crime rates for a specific neighborhood where they are thinking of purchasing a house....   [tags: Papers Research Crime Criminal Essays] 1908 words
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The Crime of Stalking - The Crime of Stalking Stalking has been around since the beginning of time. Men and women alike have been accused of such a crime cause they either can't get it out of their head that the other person does not want to have anything to do with them, or they are just obsessed with a stranger. It is just recent that they United States Government have decided to make stalking a crime in it self. This type of crime was labeled as harassment, annoyance, or domestic violence. It wasn?t until the 80's and 90's that stalking cases were brought to the attention of the media and high political policy makers....   [tags: Crime Stalking Stalk Harassment Essays]
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Juvenile Crime - Juvenile Crime Juvenile crime rates have nearly doubled in most countries. In the news we keep hearing about youngsters got mixed up in shady affairs and committing petty crimes. Firstly they just steal an apple from the market stands, then rob a small shop, next day we learn about a 17-year-old kid who killed his classmates. People are concerned and rightly so. That's all what we do or maybe give them a harsh punishment. It seems that the problem has only focused on punishment and very little on prevention or intervention....   [tags: Crime Social Issues Violence Essays] 697 words
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Effective Strategies to Help Reduce Crime - ... Sherman, Gottfredson, MacKenzie, Eck, Reuter and Bushway (1995) got their information from reviewing other studies that were in scientific journals and other current research that was done. In order for them to use the articles in their review, they have specific criteria for the articles. The research has to control other variables, include measurement errors and contain statistical power that would rule out all other confounds (Sherman et al., 1995). According to Sherman et al., (1995) in their review their definition of preventing crime was basically any act that would reduce crime but wouldn’t if not put into use....   [tags: Crime ]
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Assessing Crime Trends as a Security Specialist - ... In order to be more accurate in determining the different crime trends, the methods must be accurate and should be filed within each category that crime is associate with. In the state of Virginia, the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services has different publications that are reported with different trends during different time periods that are being compared to the present day. The Monthly Crime Trends “provides a cumulative, month-by-month view of crime and arrest trends for the current year....   [tags: Crime ]
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Theories of Causation of Crime and Its Solution - ... In the 19th century, Emile Durkheim explained that social crimes were evaluated minutely during Industrial Revolution across Europe in which rapid movement of people from one society to another increased the demand of food, shelter and clothing that ultimately resulted chaos and confusion in society. He showed the correlation of phenomena like poverty, divorce rates, religiosity, etc to suicide rates. The sociological disorganization theory supports that socioeconomic disadvantage i.e. unemployment and gender inequality are considered as the significant factors that are responsible for crime....   [tags: Crime ]
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Juvenile Crime and Socio Economic Factors - ... More than two-third of those interviewed had relatives who were incarcerated; for twenty percent it was a father and for another twenty five percent a brother or sister.” (Chapter 7: Juvenile Delinquency, 196) Evidence has also been found that a family where peace and love are distant issues and that displays continuous marital disorder results in creating an environment that eventually promotes juvenile delinquency. This is also true for families with evidence of divorce, though at the end it depends a lot on family unity rather than single or double parenthood....   [tags: Crime ]
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Civil Disobedience... Crime or True Freedom? - ... We must each see the integrity within the hearts and minds of our neighbor’s friends and enemies and see that not every human is bad we just make bad decisions for reasons that may not be understood. All it takes for the truth to spread, that we can live life on our own with no one to rule and no one to own is one person soon one becomes ten, ten becomes a hundred hundreds become thousands and before you know it you’ve shown the strength of humanity. Let the tides pull in and was away the worries and strife of the past and show us that nothing can stop anyone who puts their beliefs above all things even death....   [tags: Crime ]
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White Collar Crime in America - We like every other person in this world, when we hear the word crime; we automatically get an image of a person from a low class in a bad neighborhood and coming from a troubled family. However, who knew that those who are educated and coming from a wealthy family can also pertain to the world of crime and mischief. We as human beings tend to also be judgmental, assuming that only unprivileged men have a drive to commit an offense against the law then a prosperous individual. Nevertheless, it is not our evil doing that we are regularly pushed to foresee this problem this way, especially not when it is the media, the government, and the media are the ones who painting this picture for us....   [tags: White Collar Crime, crime, USA, ] 505 words
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Theories of Crime and Criminal Activity - Theories of Crime and Criminal Activity Every theory of crime has at least 2-3 meta-theoretical levels above it. The fundamental issues are usually addressed at the approach level, and are often called the assumptions, or starting points, of a theory, although the term "assumptions" more strictly refers to the background or domain boundaries one can draw generalizations about. Above the approach level is the Perspective level, the largest unit of agreement within a scientific community, and in fact, the names for the scientific disciplines....   [tags: Crime Psychology ] 1492 words
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The Tragedy of White-Collar Crime - ... The Sherman Act limits monopolies, or the merging of companies that would limit competition (www.stolaf.edu). Clean Water Act of 1972 establish the structure for companies discharging pollutants into the water, the law establish the water quality standard for contaminants in surface waters” (www.epa.gov). Truth in Lending Act or Consumer Credit Protection Act is a law established to promote informed use of consumer credit by disclosures about terms and interests. The Act further governs certain credit transaction such as lien credit card and mortgage loans....   [tags: Corporate Crime]
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Crime - Crime What is crime. Crime is an act committed in violation of law for which punishment is imposed upon conviction. It also can be unlawful activity, a serious offense, especially in violation of morality. Crime effects anyone, and everyone. People that commit crimes are of all gender, color, ethnicity etc. Crime effects all towns, cities, states, and countries; even though many places are significantly different in matters of crime that takes place there. Take for example: Johnstown, Pennsylvania with a crime rate of 16.6 crimes per 1,000 residents in 1999 and Miami, Florida with a crime rate of 87.4 crimes per 1,000 residents in 1999....   [tags: essays research papers] 472 words
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crime - Sociologists focus on 2 main arguments relating to crime. First, the American Dream is based upon the desperate craving for richness. Being rich and famous may be a fantasy of many but in our society there are people that will go to drastic measures to ensure that it becomes a reality. This is where the economy plays a role in criminal behavior. People tend to want that which they don’t have and are on a constant pursuit to attain the American Dream. Poverty is one example in which this desire for money and survival can lead to crime....   [tags: essays research papers] 386 words
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Crime - Crime A crime is defined as "an act committed in violation of a law forbidding it and for which a variety of punishments may be imposed." Crimes are classified into two basic groups; "mala in se" which are crimes that are evil in themselves, and "mala prohibitita" which are crimes that are only crimes because society at the time deems them wrong. In these days crime is more easy perceived by society. Surveys of public opinion in the United States show that more and more people believe that crime is increasing....   [tags: essays research papers] 742 words
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Crime - Crime In general the definition of a crime is an act punishable by law, usually considered an evil act. Crime refers to many types of misconduct forbidden by law. Crimes include such things as murder, stealing a car, resisting arrest, possession or dealing of illegal drugs, being nude in public , drunk driving, and bank robbery. Crime is an act that has been timeless and has been committed practically since the start of time. For example, ever since Cain killed his brother Abel (B.C.), people being charged with witchcraft in the 1600’s, prostitution, to the current crimes of modern day(A.D.)....   [tags: essays research papers] 874 words
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Crime - Crime refers to many types of misconduct forbidden by law. Crimes include such things as murder, stealing a car, resisting arrest, possessing or selling illegal drugs, appearing nude on a public street, drunken driving, and bank robbery. The list of acts considered crimes is constantly changing. For example, at one time, people were charged with witchcraft, but this is no longer illegal. Today, it is becoming a serious crime to pollute the air and water. In colonial days, pollution received little attention because it caused few problems....   [tags: essays research papers] 2091 words
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Crime - Crime Crime happens all over the world every second of every day. Thus making numerous amounts of victims. Crime victims are all around us even though we may not know it or think about it. According to the crime clock every twenty-five point three seconds a motor vehicle theft occurs. Have you ever thought what it would be like to walk away from you car, even after you have locked it, and to not be able to see it or the things inside it ever again. Motor vehicle theft happens every day in every neighborhood....   [tags: essays research papers] 1147 words
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crime - On a sunny, Friday evening an after work mob rushes to the bank to deposit their weekly paychecks. Unaware of the man who is despirit for some cash. This man a worker yet needed more. This was the average scenario for the common bank robbers in the 1920’s (bank robbers in the 1920’s internet). Now imagine this mans motives, their are a lot one could venture into but we will only go over a few. Take a man (we will call him Clyde). Now Clyde worked at a homely business for his father; now Clyde also has a girlfriend that he absolutely loves....   [tags: essays research papers] 733 words
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crime - Crime Americas drug policy; a self destructive path. America has had a policy of prohabition when drugs are involved since the harrison act of 1914. Since that time we have seen nothing but a rise in the use of drugs, peaking off in 1979. Now that does not mean out drug policy has been working in recent times. In 1951 the “Boggs law” came into effect, witch required sever mandatory penalties for any drug offense. That law was modified by the narcotics control act of 1956 witch again raised the bar to witch drug offenders where senteced to....   [tags: essays research papers] 607 words
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White Collar Crime vs. Street Crime - White Collar Crime vs. Street Crime One problem that plagues our society is crime. Crime is all around us in our everyday lives. Daily we hear of murders, robberies, and rapes. These are categorized as "street crimes." For many people, such crimes are the only "tragic" crimes, the ones that are senseless and preventable. In Finsterbusch's book, Taking Sides, another variety of crime is exposed. This other form of crime is "white collar" crime. Both have victims, and the effects of both can be devastating to the individuals involved and to the community....   [tags: Crime Violence American Society Essays] 660 words
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Sutherland's Concept of White Collar Crime in the 21st Century - ... For instance, according to an article authored by McGrath, a company that suffers losses from fraud must make up for this loss by for example raising the prices of its products. Hikes in prices would mean that consumers would be required to dig dipper into their pockets thus affecting their finances. The loss from fraud could also make the affected company to take drastic measures such as layoffs or implementing salary cuts for the employees (McGrath, n.d). The effects can continue wrecking havoc since the employees and the investors would find it difficult paying off the loans they had taken from banks....   [tags: Crime ] 2281 words
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Japanese, Russian, Chinese, and Mexican Organized Crime - ... The Triads are a family run organized crime gang in China. Triads are sometimes referred to as the 'Chinese Mafia'. In 1821 the first systematic account of the Triads was written down by a principle of an Anglo-Chinese college. Triads engage in highly ritualized dress and behavior- from secret hand signs, passwords, to blood oaths in elaborate initiation ceremonies. This group has made their money through drug trafficking, loan sharking, prostitution, smuggling, gunrunning, extortion, and protection rackets....   [tags: Crime ]
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The Role of Federal Agencies in Fighting Digital Crime - ... (Taylor, 2011) There are also challenges to improve cyber security and incident response in the event of a serious threat to cyber infrastructure. In April 2011, GAO, Government Accountability Office, reported that backlogs in the forensic analysis of digital evidence can delay or hinder online child pornography investigations. Among factors that federal law enforcement officials cited as limiting investigations and prosecutions were variations in the steps that agencies believe enhance the integrity of forensic analysis of digital evidence....   [tags: Crime ]
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Education: The Key To Dealing With America's Crime Rate - ... The results that came back were as follows: 62% of those that responded said they liked the idea of teaching gun safety, 13% did not approve, and 25% did not favor one or the other. 28.4% agreed that the teaching of gun safety should be done during the first two years of school. 54% believed that the training should be done by people specifically trained to deal with weapons, such as someone in law enforcement or military trained. Only 6.9% felt that the teachers should do the teaching (Obeng, 2010)....   [tags: Crime]
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Neighborhoods and violent crime: A multilevel study of collective efficacy - ... 611). This point can be further belabored with the differentiation of violence into intimate partner violence (domestic violence or male-to-female, female-to-male violence) and criminal violence. The effect of social cohesion and social control is more pronounced in the latter as compared to the former (Caetano, Ramisetty-Mikler, Harris, 2009). Thus, there has been support for the hypothesis tested in the current study under discussion. The importance of this study lies in the fact that the authors have tried to isolate the effect of neighborhood level factors while controlling for personal level predictors like sex, marriage status, ethnicity, age etc....   [tags: Crime]
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The Mythology Of Crime And Criminal Justice - The Mythology of Crime and Criminal Justice      Crime is defined as: commission of an act or act of omission that violates the law and is punishable by the state. Crimes are considered injurious to society and the community. As defined by law, a crime includes both the act, or actus rea, and the intent to commit the act, or mens rea. Criminal intent involves an intellectual apprehension of factual elements of the act or acts commanded or enjoined by the law. It is usually inferred from the apparently voluntary commission of an overt act....   [tags: Criminal Crime Crimes Essays] 1146 words
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Hate Crime Laws - Hate Crime Laws Imagine you are a family member of a man who was chained up to the back of a pickup truck and drug along a gravel road for two miles until he was dead. Then imagine how you would feel after you found out that this happened just because he was a black man. Things like this sicken me. I believe that the people that are responsible for these horrific crimes should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. That is why I strongly support hate crime laws. Now, before I dive into this very controversial subject, I should probably define what hate crime laws are so you will have a better understanding of what I am talking about....   [tags: Hate Crime Violence Essays]
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Crime Scene Investigating and Processing - Crime Scene Investigating and Processing Throughout the course of this paper I am going to talk about crime scene investigating, as well as, crime scene processing. I will talk about what a crime scene is what makes it a crime scene. That happens at a crime scene, also, what to look for at a crime scene. I will talk about who is involved in processing a crime scene and when or if other jurisdictions need to be brought in. The first thing that happens when there is a crime being reported is the police are notified by the dispatcher....   [tags: Crime Scene Forensics Essays]
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