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55 terms
Social Problems - Crime & Criminal Justice
Misdemeanors
Violent Crime
Murder
Malice aforethought
relatively minor crimes that are punishable by a fine or less…
consists of actions involving force or the threat of force ag…
The UCR defines murder as the unlawful, intentional killing o…
the intention of doing a wrongful act.
Misdemeanors
relatively minor crimes that are punishable by a fine or less…
Violent Crime
consists of actions involving force or the threat of force ag…
12 terms
Social Psych - Criminal Justice
double jeopardy
jury selection process
trail lawyers as intuitive psychologists
death qualification
cannot be convicted twice for the same crime
master list (people who are registered to vote), random summo…
rely on implicit personality theories and stereotypes, demogr…
procedure in capital cases to exclude jurors
double jeopardy
cannot be convicted twice for the same crime
jury selection process
master list (people who are registered to vote), random summo…
14 terms
Social work (criminal justice)
Juvenile SW
Crime
Laws
Misdemeanor
Find assements and cordinate referrals to mental health, fami…
Behaviors that are prohibited by criminal law and punishable…
Legislative acts passed at the local, state, and federal
Traffic violations, public drunkenness, and shop lifting
Juvenile SW
Find assements and cordinate referrals to mental health, fami…
Crime
Behaviors that are prohibited by criminal law and punishable…
13 terms
Criminal Justice and Social Inequality
civil and political rights
social and economic rights
civil and political rights examples
social and economic rights examples
individual, negative rights, all rights listed in the charter
collective, positive rights, rights not listed in the charter
mobility rights, right to life and security
employment, access to health care
civil and political rights
individual, negative rights, all rights listed in the charter
social and economic rights
collective, positive rights, rights not listed in the charter
16 terms
Social Work: Criminal Justic
Cultural theories
Cultural Deviance Theory
Differential Association Theory
Strain Theory
Human nature is social, crime is possibly explained by lookin…
Crime is a product of the environment, characteristics of nei…
Criminal behavior is learned/behaviors and values are constan…
Criminals have the same values as everyone else, values achie…
Cultural theories
Human nature is social, crime is possibly explained by lookin…
Cultural Deviance Theory
Crime is a product of the environment, characteristics of nei…
21 terms
Criminal justice as social control
The CSI effect
Roots
Rousseau-social contract
Code of harmurabi
The idea that flase representation of forensics and investiga…
Hobbes (leviathan) 'war as is of every mam against every man'
Implicit agreement; give up a bit of our freedom to get some…
First set of written laws
The CSI effect
The idea that flase representation of forensics and investiga…
Roots
Hobbes (leviathan) 'war as is of every mam against every man'
131 terms
Spanish for Criminal Justice - Social services
La administración
El beneficiario
el caso
el cheque
administration
beneficiary
case
check
La administración
administration
El beneficiario
beneficiary
36 terms
Crime and Criminal Justice Social Problem
Uniform Crime Report (UCR)
Index Crimes
Violent Crime
Property Crime
leading source of information on crime; produced each year by…
murder, rape, robbery, assault, burglary, motor vehicle theft…
murder, rape, robbery, and aggravated assault
burglary, motor vehicle theft, arson, and larceny
Uniform Crime Report (UCR)
leading source of information on crime; produced each year by…
Index Crimes
murder, rape, robbery, assault, burglary, motor vehicle theft…
97 terms
Criminal Justice-The Law And Social Control
Law varies inversely with other forms…
Styles of social control (4)
Penal social control
Compensatory social control
Donald Black
Compensatory, conciliatory, penal, theraputic
-Formal punishment... -Assign blame to a person for behavior... -Ti…
have to pay a debt, civil law
Law varies inversely with other forms…
Donald Black
Styles of social control (4)
Compensatory, conciliatory, penal, theraputic
16 terms
Social Justice and Criminal Justice (L5)
Social Justice
The First Written Conceptions of Justice
Early Religious Justice
Hammurabi Code (1750 BC)
Focuses on the redistribution of resources to ensure fairness…
Religion & Philosophy
Harsh & vengeful... Early societies established stability and so…
282 Laws... Justice took the form of strict obligations and fixe…
Social Justice
Focuses on the redistribution of resources to ensure fairness…
The First Written Conceptions of Justice
Religion & Philosophy
60 terms
Social 9 - The Youth Criminal Justice Act
Definition of fair and equitable
Definition of restitution
Definition of defence
Definition of prosecution
governed by rules that apply to everyone, taking into account…
reparation made by giving an equivalent or compensation for l…
the lawyer defending the criminal, and the evidence to defend…
the lawyer who supports the guilt of someone, and the evidenc…
Definition of fair and equitable
governed by rules that apply to everyone, taking into account…
Definition of restitution
reparation made by giving an equivalent or compensation for l…
42 terms
Criminal justice and social control 2
What is a symbolic assailant?
Who is typically a symbolic assailant…
Who created the name symbolic assailant?
What characteristics do British police…
An image police carry around in their heads of the kind of pe…
To most american police, young males and specifically young b…
Jerome Skolnick
anyone who can be dangerous and also challenge authority of p…
What is a symbolic assailant?
An image police carry around in their heads of the kind of pe…
Who is typically a symbolic assailant…
To most american police, young males and specifically young b…
16 terms
Criminal Justice
What is a crime?
Who decides what is a crime?
What is a primary reason why the legis…
What rights are protected by laws that…
a crime is an act or failure to act that violates a law and f…
the legislature
to protect the public
life, property, freedom, morality, system of government
What is a crime?
a crime is an act or failure to act that violates a law and f…
Who decides what is a crime?
the legislature
26 terms
Criminal justice
Excuse
Infraction
Misdemeanor
Motive
A legal defense which the defendant claims that some personal…
Minor violation of state statue or local ordinance punishable…
An offense punishable by incarceration usually in a local con…
A person'should reason for commiting a crime.
Excuse
A legal defense which the defendant claims that some personal…
Infraction
Minor violation of state statue or local ordinance punishable…
687 terms
Criminal Justice
Zone search
ABFO scale
Accessories
Action
A crime scene search pattern in which a square or rectangular…
A photographic scale designed by the American Board of Forens…
A classification of explosives that includes initiation mater…
The mechanism of a firearm directly behind the barrel, by whi…
Zone search
A crime scene search pattern in which a square or rectangular…
ABFO scale
A photographic scale designed by the American Board of Forens…
53 terms
Spanish - Criminal justice and social services - quiz 3
El contrato
El depósito
la renta
la televisión de cable o de pago
contract
deposit
rent
tv cable
El contrato
contract
El depósito
deposit
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Criminal Justice
Justice
Crime Control Model
Multiculturalism
Crime
Principle of fairness: ideal of moral equality
A criminal justice perspective that emphasizes the efficient…
Existence within one society of diverse groups that maintain…
Conduct in violation of the criminal laws of state, federal g…
Justice
Principle of fairness: ideal of moral equality
Crime Control Model
A criminal justice perspective that emphasizes the efficient…
27 terms
Criminal Justice and Social Diversity Exam 1
What does social scientists refer to r…
Why are race and ethnicity refer to as…
Race
Census Bureau
Social Construct
Their meanings are derived by focusing on arbitrary character…
Refers to a group of persons characterized by common physical…
The concept of race...reflects self-identification by people…
What does social scientists refer to r…
Social Construct
Why are race and ethnicity refer to as…
Their meanings are derived by focusing on arbitrary character…
57 terms
Criminal Justice
Arrest
Criminal justice agencies
Penitentiary system
No constitutional right to bail
Law enforcement officer acting on probable cause deprives a p…
Began to appear in the 19th century in response to rising cri…
was created to provide correctional treatment other than corp…
Offenders who are dangerous or a flight risk can be denied ba…
Arrest
Law enforcement officer acting on probable cause deprives a p…
Criminal justice agencies
Began to appear in the 19th century in response to rising cri…
26 terms
Criminal Justice
Court Docket
Prosecutor
Complaint
Defendant
A calendar of the cases awaiting action in a court.
One who prosecutes another for a crime in the name of the gov…
a statement that a situation is unsatisfactory or unacceptable.
A defendant is a person or entity accused of a crime in crimi…
Court Docket
A calendar of the cases awaiting action in a court.
Prosecutor
One who prosecutes another for a crime in the name of the gov…
59 terms
Social Problems- Crime, Violence, and Criminal Justice
Laws
Crime
Norms
Misdemeanor
Societies formally enact some norms in the form of
Which is the violation of criminal law, inculded more serious…
Rules and expectations by which a society guides the behavior…
A less serious crime punishable by less than one year in prison
Laws
Societies formally enact some norms in the form of
Crime
Which is the violation of criminal law, inculded more serious…
Criminal Justice and Social Diversity Exam 4
What has happened to the crime rate in…
Is the crime rate in the US higher tha…
When did we build the most prisons?
Mass Incarceration
It declined... Especially in area of lethal violence
Yes
Mass Incarceration... Hyper Incarceration... Plague of Prison
level of imprisonment so vast that it causes the collective e…
What has happened to the crime rate in…
It declined... Especially in area of lethal violence
Is the crime rate in the US higher tha…
Yes
Criminal Justice and Social Diversity Exam 2
Do most Americans have positive attitu…
How does today's police agencies look…
Who are the most visible symbol of gov…
Levels of Law Enforcement
Yes
More diversified... More professional... More technology... More educa…
Police
Federal... State... Local... Tribal... Transit... Private
Do most Americans have positive attitu…
Yes
How does today's police agencies look…
More diversified... More professional... More technology... More educa…
69 terms
Social Problems-Crime, Violence, and Criminal Justice
Norms
Law
Law's Division (1) - Deals with harm o…
Law's Division (2) - charges of doing…
Rules and Expectations... Guides behavior of society members... (St…
norm formally created through a society's political system ... -…
civil law: legal rights and relationships involving INDIVIDUA…
Criminal law: everyone's responsibility to uphold public orde…
Norms
Rules and Expectations... Guides behavior of society members... (St…
Law
norm formally created through a society's political system ... -…
12 terms
criminal justice
Arrest
booking
defendant
initial appearance
seize (someone) by legal authority and take into custody.
an act of reserving accommodations, travel, etc., or of buyin…
an individual, company, or institution sued or accused in a c…
that the defendant or a third party pays or pledges to pay a…
Arrest
seize (someone) by legal authority and take into custody.
booking
an act of reserving accommodations, travel, etc., or of buyin…
Criminal Justice and Social Diversity Exam 3
What punishment or sanction can occur…
What types of sentences occur after co…
Sentencing Philosophies
Justice/Retribution
Diversion
Fines... Probation... Intermediate Sanctions... Incarceration... Death
Justice/Retribution... Incapacitation... Deterrence... Treatment/Rehab…
Get the punishment they deserve as specified by the law
What punishment or sanction can occur…
Diversion
What types of sentences occur after co…
Fines... Probation... Intermediate Sanctions... Incarceration... Death
Criminal Justice and Social Diversity Exam 1
What does social scientists refer to r…
Why are race and ethnicity refer to as…
Race
Census Bureau
Social Construct
Their meanings are derived by focusing on arbitrary character…
Refers to a group of persons characterized by common physical…
The concept of race...reflects self-identification by people…
What does social scientists refer to r…
Social Construct
Why are race and ethnicity refer to as…
Their meanings are derived by focusing on arbitrary character…
81 terms
Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice
The consensus model
What is the criticisms of the consensu…
The Conflict model
can be summed up as order maintenance.
A criminal justice model in which the majority of citizens in…
There is a criticism in that the consensus model implies a gr…
A criminal justice model in which he content of criminal law…
Criminal Justice
can be summed up as order maintenance.
The consensus model
A criminal justice model in which the majority of citizens in…
15 terms
Criminal Justice
Natrual Law
Three ways Criminal Justice has evolved:
Code of Hammurabi
Magna carta
1.The belief that the human world is organized by a positive…
1.Use to be administered as informal and is now formal ... 2. Pe…
282 case laws pertaining to a variety of social and legal iss…
1. Signed by King John on June 15, 1215... 2. Limited power of t…
Natrual Law
1.The belief that the human world is organized by a positive…
Three ways Criminal Justice has evolved:
1.Use to be administered as informal and is now formal ... 2. Pe…
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Common Criminal Justice Terms
Arraignment
Bind over
Criminal Complaint
Defendant
A hearing in which the defendant is formally charged and can…
At the time of the preliminary hearing, if the judge finds th…
A formal charging document, filed by the District Attorney, s…
The person charged with a criminal offense. This is the perso…
Arraignment
A hearing in which the defendant is formally charged and can…
Bind over
At the time of the preliminary hearing, if the judge finds th…
65 terms
Criminal Justice
crime
sociological imagination
socialization
Prohibition
An action taken by a person or group of people that violates…
Refers to the idea that we must look beyond the obvious to ev…
A process by which individuals acquire a personal identity an…
The period from January 29, 1920, to December 5, 1933, during…
crime
An action taken by a person or group of people that violates…
sociological imagination
Refers to the idea that we must look beyond the obvious to ev…
156 terms
Criminal Justice
Which of the following legal principle…
Which of the following is not a common…
According to the American Bar Associat…
Prosecution of physician-assisted suic…
a. Harmless error doctrine
b. The fact that such behavior is not often punished by courts
c. Make timely disclosure to the defendant of any evidence th…
c. Protectors of the public health
Which of the following legal principle…
a. Harmless error doctrine
Which of the following is not a common…
b. The fact that such behavior is not often punished by courts
60 terms
Social 9 - The Youth Criminal Justice Act
Definition of fair and equitable
Definition of restitution
Definition of defence
Definition of prosecution
governed by rules that apply to everyone, taking into account…
reparation made by giving an equivalent or compensation for l…
the lawyer defending the criminal, and the evidence to defend…
the lawyer who supports the guilt of someone, and the evidenc…
Definition of fair and equitable
governed by rules that apply to everyone, taking into account…
Definition of restitution
reparation made by giving an equivalent or compensation for l…
105 terms
criminal justice
Magistrate courts
District courts
Judges are appointed for life
courts of appeals
Low level courts dealing with routine tasks of the system
The trial courts of the federal court system ... Have jurisdic…
free them from politics
curcuit courts
Magistrate courts
Low level courts dealing with routine tasks of the system
District courts
The trial courts of the federal court system ... Have jurisdic…
10 terms
social work ch 13 criminal justice
Criminal Justice System
criminal codes
Judicial component
difference between probation & parole
refers to the means used to enforce the standards of conduct…
define conduct that is considered to constitute crimes and es…
-lower criminal courts (minor cases)... -trial courts (all crimi…
probation= replaces incarceration, in which those convicted f…
Criminal Justice System
refers to the means used to enforce the standards of conduct…
criminal codes
define conduct that is considered to constitute crimes and es…
10 terms
Intro Criminal justice
Crime
Misdemeanor
Felony
Bail
You cannot be arrested for bad behavior. You can only be arre…
Any crime which is punishable by a stay in the county jail of…
Any crime which is punishable by one year or more in prison.
Money guarantee that let's you out of jail so that you return…
Crime
You cannot be arrested for bad behavior. You can only be arre…
Misdemeanor
Any crime which is punishable by a stay in the county jail of…
18 terms
Ch. 6: Crime and Criminal Justice (Social Problems)
Social Problem Of A Crime
Chambliss
Functionalist
Conflict
The crime committed and the criminal justice system.
Study of "saints" and 'ROUGHNECKS". Illustrates how social cl…
property crimes represent conformity to the goal of success b…
regard the criminal justice system as a tool that the ruling…
Social Problem Of A Crime
The crime committed and the criminal justice system.
Chambliss
Study of "saints" and 'ROUGHNECKS". Illustrates how social cl…
23 terms
Chapter 9 - Crime and Criminal Justice (Social Problems)
misdemeanors
felonies
violent crime
murder
relatively minor crimes that are punishable by a fine or less…
more serious crimes, such as murder, rape, or aggravated assa…
consists of actions involving force or the threat of force ag…
the unlawful, intentional killing of one person by another.
misdemeanors
relatively minor crimes that are punishable by a fine or less…
felonies
more serious crimes, such as murder, rape, or aggravated assa…
100 terms
Criminal Justice Final Review
Social Order
Social Disorganization
Crime
Individual-rights advocate
The condition of a society characterized by social integratio…
A condition said to exist when a group is faced with social c…
Conduct in violation of the criminal laws of a state, the fed…
One who seeks to protect personal freedoms within the process…
Social Order
The condition of a society characterized by social integratio…
Social Disorganization
A condition said to exist when a group is faced with social c…
65 terms
Criminal Justice
crime
sociological imagination
socialization
Prohibition
An action taken by a person or group of people that violates…
Refers to the idea that we must look beyond the obvious to ev…
A process by which individuals acquire a personal identity an…
The period from January 29, 1920, to December 5, 1933, during…
crime
An action taken by a person or group of people that violates…
sociological imagination
Refers to the idea that we must look beyond the obvious to ev…
8 terms
Formal social control (criminal justice system)
rising prison populations
plea bargaining
community corrections
home confinement
1. mandatory minimum sentencing... 2. 3 strikes policy... 3. drug c…
admit your guilt and get a lesser sentence
correcting criminals within community (probation, parole)
has officer, cant leave where is specified
rising prison populations
1. mandatory minimum sentencing... 2. 3 strikes policy... 3. drug c…
plea bargaining
admit your guilt and get a lesser sentence
12 terms
Criminal Justice Set2
Provides for the right to trial by jur…
A legal proceeding before a judge in w…
An action taken by any court official,…
A procedure in which the prosecutor an…
The 7th Amendment
Preliminary Hearing
Recusal
Voir Dire
Provides for the right to trial by jur…
The 7th Amendment
A legal proceeding before a judge in w…
Preliminary Hearing
14 terms
Social Welfare Policy Chapter 14 Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice pg 302
NewYork City House of Refuge pg 303
Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Preve…
The incarceration of color people pg 306
1. compete with schools for funding... 2. almost half of prisone…
The fist institution for juvenile delinquency
Tried to remove children from the more serious offenders
Too much to list
Criminal Justice pg 302
1. compete with schools for funding... 2. almost half of prisone…
NewYork City House of Refuge pg 303
The fist institution for juvenile delinquency
27 terms
Social Problems: Chapter 13 Crime and Criminal Justice
Functionalist View on Crime/Criminal J…
Conflict/Feminist view on Crime/Crimin…
Interactionist View on Crime/Criminal…
Hirschi's Social Control Theory/Four K…
Crime arises from social order or lack of it. It is normal an…
Criminal Justice decisions are discriminatory and are used to…
Examines process that defines certain groups acts as criminal…
Society controls our behavior through four elements: Attachme…
Functionalist View on Crime/Criminal J…
Crime arises from social order or lack of it. It is normal an…
Conflict/Feminist view on Crime/Crimin…
Criminal Justice decisions are discriminatory and are used to…
10 terms
Criminal Justice quiz #2
Criminology
Theory
Rational Choice Theory
Social Psycology
The scientific study of crime and the cause of criminal behav…
An idea or set of ideas that is intended to explain acts or e…
Wrongdoers act as if they weigh the possible benefits of crim…
The branch of psychology that deals with social interactions,…
Criminology
The scientific study of crime and the cause of criminal behav…
Theory
An idea or set of ideas that is intended to explain acts or e…
15 terms
Criminal Justice (Social Issues) With Jenny Peterson
Citizen
Police
Order
Liberty
Responsible for knowing their rights and being involved with…
provide effective strategies to maintain order while preservi…
necessary power of the government to ensure public safety and…
is the rights of an individual and freedom from too much gove…
Citizen
Responsible for knowing their rights and being involved with…
Police
provide effective strategies to maintain order while preservi…
54 terms
Criminal Justice and the LA Criminal Justice System
The three components of the Criminal J…
The goal of the police....
The goal of the courts...
The goal of corrections...
Police, Courts, Corrections
crime prevention
to render fair judgement
to rehabilitate
The three components of the Criminal J…
Police, Courts, Corrections
The goal of the police....
crime prevention
5 terms
Criminal Justice Terms
Arson
assault
assault and battery
breaking and entering
illegal burning of property
A threatened or attempted physical attack by someone who appe…
includes a threat or attempt to injure, and includes the unla…
Fourth degree burglary (breaking and entering building)
Arson
illegal burning of property
assault
A threatened or attempted physical attack by someone who appe…
32 terms
Chapter 1- Criminal Justice
Crime
Individual Rights
Social Disorganization
Individual-Rights Advocate
Conduct in violation of the criminal laws of a state, the fed…
The rights guaranteed to all members of American society by t…
A condition said to exist when a group is faced with social c…
One who seeks to protect personal freedoms within the process…
Crime
Conduct in violation of the criminal laws of a state, the fed…
Individual Rights
The rights guaranteed to all members of American society by t…
35 terms
Criminal Justice
Witness
verdict
trial
testimony
Someone who has seen or heard something; someone who provides…
The decision that a jury or judge makes after hearing and con…
The formal presentation of both sides of a dispute before a j…
Evidence given after taking an oath in court to tell the trut…
Witness
Someone who has seen or heard something; someone who provides…
verdict
The decision that a jury or judge makes after hearing and con…
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