Assignment 6: In Chapter 5, Topic “The STAIR Tool” we look at one approach to

  Assignment 6: In Chapter 5, Topic “The STAIR Tool” we look at one approach to help investigators manage an investigation. In at least one (1-2) pages: (1) discuss the STAIR model/tool from our readings and identify the 5 general elements of that model; (2) pick at least one the general elements to discuss in… Continue reading  
Assignment 6: In Chapter 5, Topic “The STAIR Tool” we look at one approach to

 Please write a paper about  the following three major ethical issues in crimina

 Please write a paper about  the following three major ethical issues in criminal justice research: and how they are used and what each means. Voluntary Participation No harm to participants Deceiving Subjects   2/3 pages (excluding cover, title, abstract, references …etc)   Your paper should have a problem statement section or an introduction. This is the place… Continue reading  Please write a paper about  the following three major ethical issues in crimina

 If the videos do not play, find similar video online. 1. Discuss examples of pe

 If the videos do not play, find similar video online. 1. Discuss examples of peer pressure to engage in delinquent act. Why are some children “immune” to peer pressure; that is, they do not engage in delinquency and others are “more perceptive” to peer pressure; that is, they are easily pressured into delinquency? Is there… Continue reading  If the videos do not play, find similar video online.
1. Discuss examples of pe

  Research two high-profile terrorists and one criminal who is not a terrorist.

  Research two high-profile terrorists and one criminal who is not a terrorist. 1,000-1,250 words address the following using the proper terminology of the industry. 1.Comprise an overview of each of the three criminals and their crimes.  2.Delineate the psychosocial profile elements by applying five psychosocial observations to each criminal and explaining whether or not… Continue reading  
Research two high-profile terrorists and one criminal who is not a terrorist.

 Identify and discuss the various punishment philosophies and the goals that acc

 Identify and discuss the various punishment philosophies and the goals that accompany each. Which is your preferred method of punishment? Why? Do you believe intermediate sanctions can be effective in achieving the goals of your philosophy? Which punishment philosophy/goal is most utilized within your state? How do these philosophies and goals compare to the Biblical… Continue reading  Identify and discuss the various punishment philosophies and the goals that acc

   Jim Smith and Bob Jones are new summer interns working for a major insurance

   Jim Smith and Bob Jones are new summer interns working for a major insurance company. During their lunch break each day, they eat at a local sandwich shop. One day, Bob’s girlfriend joins you for lunch. When the bill arrives, Bob pays and tells Jim he will submit the bill for expense reimbursement as… Continue reading   
Jim Smith and Bob Jones are new summer interns working for a major insurance

  ·  Identifies the most likely victim, or group of victims, that would pertain

  ·  Identifies the most likely victim, or group of victims, that would pertain to your crime. For example, robbery victims could be institutions like banks or individual people. Rape victims can be male or female or transgender. Detail who the most likely intended victim group (men, women, people, businesses, elderly citizens, etc.) would be… Continue reading  
·  Identifies the most likely victim, or group of victims, that would pertain

 in this journal entry, reflect on at least two things you learned or discovered

 in this journal entry, reflect on at least two things you learned or discovered through the Chapter’s readings. Reflect on how a particular topic in the chapter was interesting, challenging, boring, surprising to you and how you may apply a particular concept or theory you learned in the reading in your current or future profession.… Continue reading  in this journal entry, reflect on at least two things you learned or discovered