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Crime Problem Unit 2 notes

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Crime Problem Unit 2 notes PA 343-001

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In class notes in preparation for the second exam
The Crime Problem
Michael Polakowski
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alexa Jenkins on Wednesday October 12, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PA 343-001 at University of Arizona taught by Michael Polakowski in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 15 views. For similar materials see The Crime Problem in Social and Behavioral Sciences at University of Arizona.

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Date Created: 10/12/16
Political debate Tuesday, September 27, 2016 2:02 PM Most harmful acts are those of rich and powerful Policies don’t reduce harm and crime it causes Motive versus intent Prove intent based on actions Failed to reduce economic bias leading to arrest conviction and incarceration of poor Outcome: we are unprotected from harm and erroneously confronted with fear of street crime Marijuana* Missing several tons Legalized but created new crimes Miranda-only when you become accusatory from investigatory Not needed in emergency/exigent circumstances Descalation * Historical inertia Provides benefits for powerful and costs for poor What is popular image of the poor Lazy Unemployed' Undereducated Not responsible Morally defective Gov can correct defects Victims of crime are poor as well Because cjs creates impression of harm it also shows how it is fighting harm to its best ability due to resource allocation More police more prisons more punishment Because those whoa re harmed most have no power to change policy.. Nothing changes Because those in power are not harmed by crime no change in policy is forthcoming Ideaology of CJS Focus on individual offender and protection of institutional character Because those whoa re harmed most have no power to change policy.. Nothing changes Because those in power are not harmed by crime no change in policy is forthcoming Ideaology of CJS Focus on individual offender and protection of institutional character Minimum rules for conduct in society Reify rules through punishment Merging of criminal and lower classes Obscure acts of rich and create fear of lower classes Existing property relations supported Policy ideas End poverty Punishment fits harm Addictions equal medical problem Offender preparedness and responsibility Strict gun control


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