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Week 3 Notes

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Week 3 Notes CRCJ 2334

Audra LaCroix
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Audra LaCroix on Sunday October 4, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CRCJ 2334 at University of Texas at Arlington taught by Karel carpenter in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 44 views. For similar materials see INTRO CRJU SYS in Criminal Justice at University of Texas at Arlington.


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Date Created: 10/04/15
923 Neutralization Theory Pertains to juveniles Theory which attempts to explain techniques of neutralization to draft in and out of committing crime 5 techniques 1 Denial of responsibility 2 Denial of injury 3 Denial of a victim 4 Condemnation of condemners 5 Appeal to a higher loyalty Labeling Theory Individuals who live up to labels put on them by others criminal activity Ethics Branch of philosophy concerned with morals and values Study of questions dealing with right from wrong as it relates to decisionmaking 1 Areas of ethics a MetaEthics b Normative Ethics Accepted codes of conduct c Applied Ethics 930 Sir Robert Peel Municipal policy Metropolitan Police Act Organized similar to military structure Police should be employees of government Police should hire men only Professional appearance Should be familiar with neighborhoods they patrol Territoria Strategy US Police Origins Adopted many aspects of Metropolitan Police Act Police agencies in the US operated independently of one another Political influence in policing US Policing Political Era Corruption Era Police were ordered by politicians to enforce unpopular laws Bribery was prevalentgt Impossible for police to be impartial To address to Political Eragt Pendleton Act Extended civil service protection to all police Reform Era August Vollmer Father of Modern Policing 19051975 Vollmer s Ideas 1 Professionalize Police a Defines police as a professiongt Serves community in a nonpartisan way 2 Qualifications have to be met aEduca on b Field training 0 Standards for living 3 Managers had to come up ranks 4 Recommended central command system 5 Implementation of specialty units


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