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Criminal Investigations Test #3
burglary
breaking
entering
dwelling of another
breaking and entering the dwelling of another with the intent…
the opening of an inhabited location that was intended to rem…
the moment any portion of the offender's body (or an extensio…
the dwelling must, in most cases, belong to someone other tha…
burglary
breaking and entering the dwelling of another with the intent…
breaking
the opening of an inhabited location that was intended to rem…
Criminal Investigations Exam 3
10 most common errors in death investi…
Serial Murder
Basic Requirement in homicide investig…
Four categories of death
1. Improper response to scene ... 2. Failure to protect the crim…
Killing of three or more people with a cooling off period in…
Establish whether death was caused by criminal action
1. Natural ... 2. Accidental - non criminal ... 3. suicide ... 4. Homi…
10 most common errors in death investi…
1. Improper response to scene ... 2. Failure to protect the crim…
Serial Murder
Killing of three or more people with a cooling off period in…
Chapter 3 Criminal Investigations
effective reports
uses of reports
variety of readers
organizing information
-Need to be proficient... -20 percent of time spent writing repo…
-By the prosecuting attorneys in preparing the case... -By the r…
-Other officers... -Supervisors... -Attorneys and judges... -Jurors... -C…
-The writer plans in advance ... -First make an informal outline…
effective reports
-Need to be proficient... -20 percent of time spent writing repo…
uses of reports
-By the prosecuting attorneys in preparing the case... -By the r…
Criminal Investigations Test 3
Child Abuse
Acute Maltreatment
Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS)
Chronic Maltreatment
the physical, sexual, or emotional abuse of children
when a child's death is directly related to injuries suffered…
a medical term for murder of infants who are violently chaken
occurs when a child;s death is directly related to injuries c…
Child Abuse
the physical, sexual, or emotional abuse of children
Acute Maltreatment
when a child's death is directly related to injuries suffered…
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Criminal Investigation exam 3
The four categories of death are
Classification of homicides
Malicious intent
Premeditation is
Natural... Accidental... Suicide... Homicide
Criminal ... Murder... Manslaughter... NONCRIMINAL... Excusable homicide…
an element of ... 1st... 2nd degree murder
an element of 1st degree murder
The four categories of death are
Natural... Accidental... Suicide... Homicide
Classification of homicides
Criminal ... Murder... Manslaughter... NONCRIMINAL... Excusable homicide…
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Criminal Investigations Test 3
Exhibitionism
Fetishism
Frotteurism
Pedophilia
Exposing the genitals to an unsuspecting stranger for the pur…
Use of non-living objects for sexual arousal
Sexual attraction to rubbing against the genitalia or body of…
Engaging in sexual activity with prepubertal children
Exhibitionism
Exposing the genitals to an unsuspecting stranger for the pur…
Fetishism
Use of non-living objects for sexual arousal
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Criminal Investigations Exam #3
What are some types of overt intellige…
What are some types of covert intellig…
What is strategic intelligence?
Tactical Intelligence
witness/victim/suspect interviews, patrol observations, field…
physical/electronic surveillance, informants, undercover oper…
provides info about the capabilities/intentions of target sub…
provides specifics about individuals, organization, and diffe…
What are some types of overt intellige…
witness/victim/suspect interviews, patrol observations, field…
What are some types of covert intellig…
physical/electronic surveillance, informants, undercover oper…
Criminal Investigations Test 3
____________ is a technique for identi…
Which of the following is true about t…
Which of the following is not an assum…
Which of the following is not a typica…
Crime Scene Profiling
A.The offender was classified as organized... B.The mutilation o…
A.The homology assumption... B.The assumption that the same pers…
A.Unemployed... B.Same age as the victim**... C.Below-average intel…
____________ is a technique for identi…
Crime Scene Profiling
Which of the following is true about t…
A.The offender was classified as organized... B.The mutilation o…
Criminal Investigations test 3
Homicide
Murder
Circumstances, justifiable
Criminal Homicide
The killing of one human by another
The killing of one human by another with malice afourthought
Self defense... Defense of another... Defense of property
There has been a death of a human being... The death was caused…
Homicide
The killing of one human by another
Murder
The killing of one human by another with malice afourthought
Criminal Investigation Chapter 3
Caley Anthony- admissible evidence
Circumstantial evidence that Caylee's…
criminal evidence
judicial evidence
Caylee's remains and the duct tape associated with the body... C…
Caylee's hair found in the trunk... Smell of decomposition origi…
Establish proof that a crime was committed, and... That a partic…
admissible in court and meets the rules of evidence
Caley Anthony- admissible evidence
Caylee's remains and the duct tape associated with the body... C…
Circumstantial evidence that Caylee's…
Caylee's hair found in the trunk... Smell of decomposition origi…
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Criminal Investigations- Chapter 3
Res Geste Evidence
Transfer of Evidence Theory
Type of Evidence ( 6)
Trace Evidence
Unplanned statements - spontaneous - usually true
...
1. Trace (Associative)Evidence... 2. Physical or Real Evidence... 3…
...
Res Geste Evidence
Unplanned statements - spontaneous - usually true
Transfer of Evidence Theory
...
Criminal Investigations Exam 3
ViCap (Violent Criminal Apprehension P…
Electronic Database and Information Ne…
Amber Alerts
Lay witness
ViCAP is a national computer database system that is operated…
Intradepartmental Databases: operated by individual law enfor…
AMBER (America's Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response) was c…
Can testify only on their observations of fact. ... They cannot…
ViCap (Violent Criminal Apprehension P…
ViCAP is a national computer database system that is operated…
Electronic Database and Information Ne…
Intradepartmental Databases: operated by individual law enfor…
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Criminal Investigation Chapter 3
Crime
Felony
Misdemeanor
Inductive Reasoning
The commission of any act that is prohibited or the omission…
An act punishable by imprisonment for a term of one or more y…
Lesser offenses, that may be punishable by a fine and or impr…
Moves from the specific details to a general view. It uses th…
Crime
The commission of any act that is prohibited or the omission…
Felony
An act punishable by imprisonment for a term of one or more y…
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Criminal investigations test 3
From the Case File: The "Secret" Inter…
Interrogation defined
The psychology of persuasion
The Role of Police Deception in Interr…
The interrogation of O.J. Simpson was poorly conducted and as…
An interrogation is all questioning and other actions made by…
Interrogation is the task of persuading a suspect to confess…
Interrogators use persuasion and deceit to get a person to co…
From the Case File: The "Secret" Inter…
The interrogation of O.J. Simpson was poorly conducted and as…
Interrogation defined
An interrogation is all questioning and other actions made by…
Criminal Investigations Test 3
Overt Information
Covert Information
Intelligence gathering
Flowcharting
personal interactions with many whom are witnesses to crimes.…
is the most common and includes Intelligence gathering
process of data collection on criminal acts that have not yet…
technique used in the data description and integration phase
Overt Information
personal interactions with many whom are witnesses to crimes.…
Covert Information
is the most common and includes Intelligence gathering
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criminal investigations test 3
interview
interrogation
goals of interrogations
coerced complaint confessions
a relatively formal conversation conducted for the purpose of…
the systematic questioning of a person suspected of involveme…
-to learn the truth of the crime and how it happened... -to obta…
fear tactics that include direct threats intimidation or actu…
interview
a relatively formal conversation conducted for the purpose of…
interrogation
the systematic questioning of a person suspected of involveme…
Criminal Investigations Exam 3
Behavioral Profiling/Science
Behavioral profiling looks at:
Techniques of crime scene analysis
Organized Crime Scene meaning:
no scientific evidence saying it works, if inaccurate, will m…
the crime scene, evidence, geographic profiling to analyze th…
1. Asymilation process: gathering all the information in rela…
perpetrator: has high control, same race and age of victim, u…
Behavioral Profiling/Science
no scientific evidence saying it works, if inaccurate, will m…
Behavioral profiling looks at:
the crime scene, evidence, geographic profiling to analyze th…
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Criminal Investigations Exam 3
A crime laboratory can tell us what?
Define forensic science.
What is criminalistics?
What is CODIS?
An answer. The vital questions of whether a crime was committ…
The examination, evaluation, and explanation of physical evid…
The study of physical evidence related to a crime.
Combined DNA Index System and is the generic term used to des…
A crime laboratory can tell us what?
An answer. The vital questions of whether a crime was committ…
Define forensic science.
The examination, evaluation, and explanation of physical evid…
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Criminal Investigation Test 3
Premeditation
Four Categories of Death
Two Types of Homicide
Capital Murder
The element of first-degree murder that sets it apart from al…
Natural... Accidental... Suicide... Homicide
Criminal... Noncriminal
Premeditated murder, a murder committed during the commission…
Premeditation
The element of first-degree murder that sets it apart from al…
Four Categories of Death
Natural... Accidental... Suicide... Homicide
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Criminal Investigation Chapter 3
Active Voice
Chronological Order
Concise
Conclusionary Language
in which the subject performs the action of the sentence; con…
in time sequence
avoiding wordiness; making every word count without leaving o…
nonfactual; drawing inferences; to be avoided in police reports
Active Voice
in which the subject performs the action of the sentence; con…
Chronological Order
in time sequence
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Criminal Investigation EXAM 3
Aggravated assault
Simple assault
Assault investigative protocol
Elements of proof
-physical attack, serious bodily injury, in course of felony,…
-Threat, cause bodily injury, offensive contact/touch, attack…
-triage the victim, first aid/get medical help, preserve crim…
-defendant aggressor, victim seriously injured, no excuse
Aggravated assault
-physical attack, serious bodily injury, in course of felony,…
Simple assault
-Threat, cause bodily injury, offensive contact/touch, attack…
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Criminal Investigation ( chapter 3)
Proofread
First Person
Active Voice
Past Tense
To look for mistakes in spelling, punctuation, and capitaliza…
referring to yourself. I, Me, My, We, Us, and Our.
The subject of the sentence performs the actions.
uses verbs to show that the event already occurred.
Proofread
To look for mistakes in spelling, punctuation, and capitaliza…
First Person
referring to yourself. I, Me, My, We, Us, and Our.
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Chapter 3 - Criminal Investigation
Chapter 3 - Criminal Investigation
The Role of Police
Prosecution
Names and Addresses
...
- Directly responsible for maintaining law and order whilst e…
Once a person is suspected of committing a crime, the procedu…
A person can be required to give their name and address to th…
Chapter 3 - Criminal Investigation
...
The Role of Police
- Directly responsible for maintaining law and order whilst e…
Criminal Investigation Exam #3
Residential Burglaries
Routine activities theory
Commercial Burglaries
3 Key Elements of Burglary!!!
buildings, structures, or attachments suitable for dwellings
likely or motivated offenders find suitable targets with abse…
burglars usually specialize in one type of facility. Out of w…
entering a structure... without the consent of the person in pos…
Residential Burglaries
buildings, structures, or attachments suitable for dwellings
Routine activities theory
likely or motivated offenders find suitable targets with abse…
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Criminal Investigation - Ch. 3
When officials fail to prevent or cann…
The contributions of physical evidence…
The investigative process has the foll…
The most important skill of the invest…
1. Future illegal acts are encouraged... 2. Resources that could…
The inability, unwillingness, or failures to locate, properly…
1. To establish that a crime was actually committed... 2. To ide…
Converse equally well with a wide range of people... (This is es…
When officials fail to prevent or cann…
1. Future illegal acts are encouraged... 2. Resources that could…
The contributions of physical evidence…
The inability, unwillingness, or failures to locate, properly…
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Swanson: Criminal Investigation - Chapter 3
administrative log
alternative light systems (ALSs)
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
assignment sheet
A written record of the actions taken by the crime scene coor…
Portable lasers and handheld ultraviolet lighting used to loc…
A federal law which establishes the workplace rights of those…
Written reports completed by persons assigned tasks at a crim…
administrative log
A written record of the actions taken by the crime scene coor…
alternative light systems (ALSs)
Portable lasers and handheld ultraviolet lighting used to loc…
Criminal Investigation Chapter 3
Reporters are never permitted to read…
Officers should feel free to use polic…
One component of writing a report is t…
Investigative reports are read by many…
false
true
false
Convey information to the victim or victim's family
Reporters are never permitted to read…
false
Officers should feel free to use polic…
true
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Criminal Investigation - Chapter 3
Bail
Surety
Remand
Civilian Rights
An agreement to release a person accused of an offence and he…
A payment or promise made by a person in criminal cases to gu…
The holding of a person in custody while awaiting trial or se…
-no obligation to go to the police station unless you are; un…
Bail
An agreement to release a person accused of an offence and he…
Surety
A payment or promise made by a person in criminal cases to gu…
Criminal Investigation Test 3
12 sub disciplines of forensic science
Crime lab sections
toxicology
fingerprint identification
general toxicology ... firearms/tool marks ... blood splatter... biolo…
Toxicology ... fingerprint identification ... serology... arson and ex…
effects of physical and behavioral effects of poisons in the…
IAFIS (integrated automatic fingerprint identification system…
12 sub disciplines of forensic science
general toxicology ... firearms/tool marks ... blood splatter... biolo…
Crime lab sections
Toxicology ... fingerprint identification ... serology... arson and ex…
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Criminal Investigation Exam 3
Surveillance
Aerial surveillance
Undercover assignments
Raids
Stationary or moving
Areas inaccesible to foot or vehicle surveillance , usually 1…
is a technique employed by law enforcement agencies or privat…
Stings > opportunity ... targeted group ... undercover officer... clim…
Surveillance
Stationary or moving
Aerial surveillance
Areas inaccesible to foot or vehicle surveillance , usually 1…
Criminal Investigation exam 3
DEA Schedules
Schedule 1
Schedule 2
Schedule 3
...
high potential for abuse... not accpepted medical use... ex: Heroin…
high potential for abuse ... accepted medical use... Psychological…
Abuse potential below schedule 2... Accepted medical use ... High p…
DEA Schedules
...
Schedule 1
high potential for abuse... not accpepted medical use... ex: Heroin…
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Criminal Investigation Exam 3
Relevance
Materiality
Probative value
Reliability
tendency of evidence to make the existence of facts more or l…
logical connection evidence has to a fact that is important t…
evidence's ability to prove or disprove a fact
degree of accuracy of the evidencew
Relevance
tendency of evidence to make the existence of facts more or l…
Materiality
logical connection evidence has to a fact that is important t…
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Criminal Investigation Chapter 3
Active voice
Chronological order
Concise
Conclusionary language
in which the subject performs the action of the sentence
in time sequence
avoiding wordiness; making every word count without leaving o…
nonfactual
Active voice
in which the subject performs the action of the sentence
Chronological order
in time sequence
Criminal Investigation Quiz 3
Which of the following is true regardi…
How are criminal and intelligence func…
Which illegal activities are the LEAST…
Which of the following tactics is most…
Covert methods include the use of surveillance equipment, und…
Intelligence files generally are closed while criminal files…
Sexual assault, vandalism, and theft.
Increasing and improving intelligence gathering efforts
Which of the following is true regardi…
Covert methods include the use of surveillance equipment, und…
How are criminal and intelligence func…
Intelligence files generally are closed while criminal files…
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Criminal Investigation Chapter 3
Why write quality reports?
Uses of police reports
Best order to report events
Standard English
poor reporting jeopardizes criminal prosecution; "if it is no…
prosecuting attorneys preparing case; responding officer when…
chronological order
the advent of the "baby momma"
Why write quality reports?
poor reporting jeopardizes criminal prosecution; "if it is no…
Uses of police reports
prosecuting attorneys preparing case; responding officer when…
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Criminal investigation test #3
Homicide
Criminal homicide
Noncriminal homicide
1st degree murder
The killing of one person by another
Includes murder and manslaughter also is a felony
Includes excusable and justifiable homicide
Premeditated, &intent to kill someone while committing or att…
Homicide
The killing of one person by another
Criminal homicide
Includes murder and manslaughter also is a felony
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Criminal Investigation Test 3
Lautenberg Amendment 1968
acquaintance stalking
stranger stalking
simple obsessional stalkers
if you are arrested and convicted of a domestic violence crim…
the stalker and victim know each other casually
stalker and victim do not know each other
equivalent to the intimate stalker
Lautenberg Amendment 1968
if you are arrested and convicted of a domestic violence crim…
acquaintance stalking
the stalker and victim know each other casually
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Ch.3 CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
What type of investigation is the effo…
Which of the following are steps in a…
The actions taken at the crime scene i…
If there is a chance the victim may di…
Follow-up.
-Securing the crime scene and witnesses
preliminary investigation
a dying declaration.
What type of investigation is the effo…
Follow-up.
Which of the following are steps in a…
-Securing the crime scene and witnesses
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DPD TEST #3- Criminal Investigations
What is the 1st goal of Criminal Inves…
When making inquires during a investig…
What are the 4 types of crimes accordi…
What is always the given/absolute prio…
Determine if a crime was committed. Find out what happened an…
C) Systematically
Federal Charges... Felonies... Misdemeanors... City Ordinances
Officer Safety
What is the 1st goal of Criminal Inves…
Determine if a crime was committed. Find out what happened an…
When making inquires during a investig…
C) Systematically
Criminal Investigations Chapter 1-3
Industrial Revolution
Parliamentary Reward System
Thief-Taking
Jonathan Wild
An economic phase characterized by intense industrial develop…
Early English practice in which officials were paid for the a…
Early method of criminal investigation and apprehension that…
Master criminal who became London's most effective criminal i…
Industrial Revolution
An economic phase characterized by intense industrial develop…
Parliamentary Reward System
Early English practice in which officials were paid for the a…
Fundamentals of Criminal Investigations Exam 3
Three Types of Multicide
Mass
Spree
Serial
Mass, Serial, Spree
4 or more victims in one location, in one incident- all a par…
Murders at 2 or more separate locations but with no emotional…
Murders on at least 3 occasions with emotional breaks, or coo…
Three Types of Multicide
Mass, Serial, Spree
Mass
4 or more victims in one location, in one incident- all a par…
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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
robbery
clues
crime
principle
robo
pistas
delito
principio
robbery
robo
clues
pistas
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Criminal Investigation Terms (Ch.3)
active voice
chronological order
concise
conclusionary language
in which the subject performs the action of the sentence; con…
in time sequence
avoiding wordiness; making every word count without leaving o…
nonfactual; drawing inferences
active voice
in which the subject performs the action of the sentence; con…
chronological order
in time sequence
criminal justice investigation chapter 3
active voice
chronological order
concise
conclusionary language
in which the subject preforms the action of the sentence; con…
in time sequence
avoiding wordiness, making every word count without leaving o…
nonfactual; drawing inferences
active voice
in which the subject preforms the action of the sentence; con…
chronological order
in time sequence
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Chapter 3 - Criminal Investigations and Sanctions
What is the role of the police in the…
Police power - Arrest
Arrest procedure
Police power - searches
- serve the community and the law... - preserve the peace, prote…
Arrest is when a person is taken into custody. This can be do…
Police... - tell suspect they are under arrest ... - give a reason…
Police can apply to a court for a warrant if they believe a s…
What is the role of the police in the…
- serve the community and the law... - preserve the peace, prote…
Police power - Arrest
Arrest is when a person is taken into custody. This can be do…
Unit 1 (3): Criminal Investigation
Indictable offence
Summary offence
Arrest
Warrant
a serious criminal offence for which the defendant is entitle…
a minor (less serious) criminal offence that can be heard in…
means to take a suspect into custody
a written order form
Indictable offence
a serious criminal offence for which the defendant is entitle…
Summary offence
a minor (less serious) criminal offence that can be heard in…
Criminal Investigations
assault
assault
battery
battery
What involves verbal threats without physical contact
What crime are these characteristics of? Intentionally and un…
what is contact which is more dangerous to the moves violence…
to establish probable cause for ________. document that the s…
assault
What involves verbal threats without physical contact
assault
What crime are these characteristics of? Intentionally and un…
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Criminal Investigations
MVA
Homicide
Hazmat
Crime Scene
motor vehicle accident
the killing of one person by another
Hazardous materials
The location or site where an offense takes place
MVA
motor vehicle accident
Homicide
the killing of one person by another
Criminal Investigations
Neighborhood Canvas
Control Substance Act
Latent Fingerprints
Chain Of Evidence
method of contacting people in the area of a crime scene to l…
The federal law giving authority to the Drug Enorcement Agenc…
nearly invisible(Dust or light)
An accountability of evidence at a crime scene. Any evidence…
Neighborhood Canvas
method of contacting people in the area of a crime scene to l…
Control Substance Act
The federal law giving authority to the Drug Enorcement Agenc…
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subjectlink8 - lesson3 fingerprints in criminal investigations
investigation
fingerprint
tip
fairly
noun... the process of trying to find out the facts about someth…
noun... a mark made by the tip of a finger when it touches a sur…
noun... the very end of something... (사물등의 뾰족한) 끝
adverb... quite;somewhat... 꽤
investigation
noun... the process of trying to find out the facts about someth…
fingerprint
noun... a mark made by the tip of a finger when it touches a sur…
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