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JUST1000, Study Guide

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Intro to Criminal Justice
Joseph Bartlett
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Courtney Miles on Monday February 8, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to JUST 1000 at East Carolina University taught by Joseph Bartlett in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 33 views. For similar materials see Intro to Criminal Justice in Criminal Justice at East Carolina University.

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Date Created: 02/08/16
1. The existence, acceptance, and promotion of multiple cultural traditions within a single jurisdiction, associated with an ethnic group is the idea of _________________. 2. How do individual rights vs public order differ? 3. List the three components of criminal justice ●   ●   ●   1. How many various kinds of criminal justice are they? Name them 2. Name the special categories of crime 3. What was created in 1927 by the IACP and later adopted by the FBI in 1930? 4. Name the 8 PT. 1 crimes ●   ●   ●   ●   ●   ●   ●   ●   1. How was information gathered for crime reports? 2. In response to the dark figure crime, the ______________________________________ was created after crimes were not reported to the police. These crimes also remained unknown and were based on self-reports. 3. Common law is …. 4. Law that is established by the outcome of former cases:__________________ 5. Law that relates to crime, regulates social conduct that is threatening and harmful to property, health, safety, and moral welfare of people 6. Civil law is….. 7. Administrative law is …… 8. List the categories of crime and describe them 9. Name the elements of an offense 10. The idea of supremacy law is ……… 11. Describe an alibi 12. Self-defense is what type of recognized defense 13. Procedural defense includes ….. 14. Being under the age of 7 and not being able to be charged is an example of what recognized defense 15. Stare decisis is the concept of…. 16. The concept of a defendant is his or her home, and they are not required to retreat prior to using excessive force in self defense is an example of _________________________ 17. Stand your ground states that …… 18. Mens rea, "guilty mind" describes _________________ 19. Explain the differences of centralized and decentralized state law enforcement agencies 20. Know important courts during 1960s-1970s 21. The father of modern policing was known as ______________________ 22. Citizens were required to respond to the "hue and cry" for assistance is the concept of ____________________ 23. In 1895-1897, he led the advances in law enforcement 24. This preventive patrol was founded by Grant. ______________________. The Kansas City Response time experiment brought …..


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