Note for CJ 220 with Professor Edge at UA-final notes
Note for CJ 220 with Professor Edge at UA-final notes
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Date Created: 02/06/15
Women in policing Physical difference Work Disrupt work norms and group solidarity states of policing and public respect Men are more respectful to women because of chivalry Females respond to females officers depending on the situations Community policing amp redefining the police community Gay amp Lesbian officers History of poor relationships 2005 Amnesty International Studyexamples of abuses 2 Reasons Feeling they receive lack of protection They feel persecuted by the police Actively recruited to combat the problem Civil Liability amp the police State law failure to protect wrongful death Federal law violated rights Case examples What lessons children learn from seeing their parents arrested They think their parents are bad therefore they are bad They think police are a destructive force that should be rebelled against ABA study of children and law found in 13 of patrol officers say that they modify response when children are present 1 in 5 treat the suspect differently Christina Kampfner kids end up suffering from PTSD after seeing parents arrested Sleeping issues Flashbacks Raids are planned late at night so children are awaken at night that is why they have sleeping problems Narcs have to search children for drugs that s why its unpleasant for them to go to correctional facilities because they have to be searched National Domestic Convention 1968 llBroken windows Policing thesis Waler s Critique of the quotwatchmanquot Wilson and K patrol technology is the reason that police and the community cant work together Walker thinks the telephone brought the public together Wilson thinks police that police believe they are crime fighters Walker believes that police don t think that Wilson thinks watchman were a friendly cop on the beat Walker thinks watchman are corrupt Wilson thinks that before professional policing police were basically perfect Walker prior to professional Walker thinks police were corrupt Goldsteins s SARA Figure out why and how ling crime has been happening Crime Analysis Triangle Crime happens when you have a motivated offender suitable target and capable non capable guardians Cluster of Crime The same people tend to be offending The same people tend to be victimized The same sites tend to be hot beds Police community Divide cops behaving badly BJS amp RAND Cooperation 0 Black and Hispanic drivers are not more likely than White drivers to be pulled over 0 Black and Hispanic drivers are more likely to be searched for long periods of time 0 They are also more likely to be recipients of force 5 ways controlling Racial Profiling Interact formal policies prohibiting the use of racial profiling Improve officers cultural compliance Collect and analyze traffic stop data Community outreach Citizen compliant system Discretion using personal judgment to make decisions with a certain framework Discretion can be bad for police community relations It can be discriminatory No paper trail Limited Accountability for officer and person involved Denial of due process Officer performance evaluation Discretion can be good 0 Community relations 0 Uses not as many resources 0 Individualized justice How to control officer discretion Hiring quality applicants llcollege educated Abolishing discretion Typology of Deviant police behavior Police crime Occupational deviance Corruption Bobby Cutts Jr ex cop killed his exlover and unborn child Police crime llbecause you are a cop and a criminal Robbery Intimate partner violence Child abuse Gambling Occupational deviance Watching porn Getting intoxicated Taking evidence Ticket fixing Sleeping Corruption 0 Using authority as an officer for personal gain 0 Bribery o Extortion officer initiated 0 Selling protection 3 Temptations from the profession o Constant offer od bribes 0 Low visibility decision making 0 See worst side of humanity The arrest system for gangs 0 Admits gang affiliation o A reliable informant identifies them as a member 0 Arrest for gang like crime 0 Parent guardian tells then you are in a gang 0 Live in a neighborhood known for gang activities 0 Wearing gang colors or tats 0 Showing gang signs Officers amp Tats Tattoos are associated with criminal behavior Why Expansion of undercover work 4 Reasons 1 Changing in crime patterns and enforcement priorities Assassinations Civil disorder Weapons use Drug use White collar crimes Organized crimes Groups lobby on behalf of expanding use The greater appeal to undercover operations PP Technology development Mise use and abuse of 911 How to prevent Fed providing keypads for sensitive phones Educate people of 311 for info Target people who abuse the system
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