CRJ 4 Research Paper When a person hears the phrase criminal investigation they automatically think of shows like Criminal Minds and CSI. But, there is a lot more to criminal investigation than what people think. According to Britannica Encyclopedia criminal investigation is the methods by which crimes are studied and criminals apprehended. The criminal investigator seeks to ascertain the methods, motives, and identities of criminals and the identity of victims and may also search for and interrogate witnesses. Throughout this course we as a class have learned techniques involved in investigation of crimes, how to interview victims and witnesses, the organization and procedure during investigating a crime. The three areas I have been most interested in throughout this semester; the two categories of a Lust Murderer, Child Molesters and their patterns, and also about cyberstalking. (1) On page 304-305 in chapter 9, number 39 in the note section is a FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin about serial killers and lust murderer. Through out this article and section in the text I have learned that in order for a murder to be classified as a Serial Murder there must be a series of sexual attacks committed by a killer who follows a distinct pattern which all result in death of three to four people or more. A lust murderer is a serial killer who kills and mutilates his or her victims for sexual gain. According to Special Agents Robert Hazelwood and John Douglas in the article “The Lust Murder” they argue that there are two different types of killers who commit lust murders. The first is the organized nonsocial lust murderer. In the article it says the organized nonsocial murderer has an irresponsible and an egocentrism attitude who dislikes people and society but doesn’t not avoid people. This type of killer is cunning and will manipulate people into helping him or her achieve their goal. They usually live quite a distance from the crime scene and victims, and will hunt down his victims in other towns. The nonsocial killer will torture their victim then kill them in a private location and transport the body to where it can be found normally taking their weapon with them. The killer is fully aware that what they are doing is indeed a crime and the reason why they commit the crime is because the publicity and of their impact on society. (2 and 5) I also learned that the second type of lust murderer is a disorganized asocial murder. This type of person is the exact opposite of a social butterfly and has a rather hard time connecting and dealing with people. They can be described as a loner and commits crime in a random manner. Their crime is usually committed close to where they feel safe, so rather close to where they live or work. The asocial killer will normally torture the victim after the death and leave the body where the death happened and does not try to hide it. Both killers are sexual sadist and will excessively mutilate and stab their victims. According to the textbook Criminal Investigation serial killers are most likely to have been neglected, abused, or some sort of trauma during their childhoods. They are thought to be unable to cope and defend themselves so they withdraw themselves from society and become rather hostile. The asocial murderer would turn to suicide and loneliness to cope with their childhood where the nonsocial would express his hostility through aggressiveness in his teenage years. When investigating the murder the investigator should look for the differences in the two types of killers like where the body and location of crime is, if they were mutilated before or after death, and if there is a weapon left at the crime scene. If the murder isn’t solved the National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crimes (NCAVC) try too connect similar unsolved violent crimes throughout federal, state, and local law agencies. They analyze every unsolved murder and search for serial patterns between cases. When they do…
Ryan Malloy CRJ 105
Term Paper: News Media and Law Enforcement
In the world of law enforcement, there are not many elements that play a bigger role in how the job works than with the world of news media. While this may seem to be unexpected to some, it is by far the largest influence on how policies are enacted and also how the public will view the department as a whole. Without the constancy of 24 hour sensationalist journalism the public would…
CRJ 492 White Collar Crime
Dr. Gavin Lee
Scandal of Enron
Enron was the largest energy trader in the world, the largest owner of natural gas pipelines in the United States and leaders of the energy deregulation (Chatterjee,2001). Enron was one of the most powerful and wealthy companies in the world towards the end of the companies legacy (Chatterjee,2001).How did such a powerful company…
In this pack of CRJ 308 Entire Course you will find the next docs:
CRJ-308 Final Case Study - Serial Killer Aileen Wuornos.doc
CRJ-308 Week 1 Assignment Case Study Outline.doc
CRJ-308 Week 1 DQ 1 - Causes of Criminal Behavior.doc
CRJ-308 Week 1 DQ 2 - Development of Criminal Behavior.doc
CRJ-308 Week 1 Journal - Psychological and Sociological Perspectives.doc
CRJ-308 Week 2 DQ 1 - A Genetic or Biological Link.doc
CRJ-308 Week 2 DQ 2 - Biological Approach Versus…
Roles of Correction Officers
CRJ 303 Corrections (BLL1439A)
Instructor, James Alexander
October 13, 2014
Correctional officer are responsible for overseeing individuals who have been arrested and are awaiting trial or who have been sentenced to serve time in a jail or prison. (U.S. Department of Labor, 2014-15) Working in a correctional institution can be stressed and dangerous. Correctional officers and jailer have one of the highest rates of injuries and illness, often…
was unaware that during his last three civil rights speeches that he was being pursued by his would be assassin James Earl Ray. It was reported that Ray pursued Dr. King to Selma, Alabama on March 21, 1968, April 1, 1968 and on the final day of April 4, 1968.
The day before his untimely death on April 3, 1968 Dr. King spoke to his supporters about the threats on his life, King told the crowd “But it really doesn’t matter to me now,” because I’ve been to the mountain top! Like anybody I would…
Republic of Korea. There is no system of juries in the judicial system of South Korea.
(Chapter 7: The Courts and Legal Professionals, pg. 173)
The United States of America
In the United States, the law is derived from four sources. These four (4) sources are constitutional law, statutory law, administrative regulations, and the common law (which includes case law). The most important source of law is the United States Constitution.
The Constitution gives Americans many rights that have been…
RUNNING HEAD: INTELLIGENT DESIGN
Intelligent Design Paper
James L. Jones
CRJ 311 Forensics
Mrs. Rebecca Nieman
Nov 17, 2012
Good evening everyone. My name is Mr. James Jones the superintendent of the El Paso County school district and the topic that I will be discussing in today’s speech is the concern of thought of being intelligent design into the school system. The intelligent design movement is a neo-creationist religious campaign for broad social, academic and political change to…
28 January 2015 Chapter 1
1. Checks and Balances are the means of making sure each of the three branches of government. The first three articles call for the Federal Powers be divided between three separate branches: The Executive branch, the legislative branch, and the Judicial branch. The Legislative branch makes the laws and sends then to the Executives Branch. According to the Free Dictionary,1 The President has a ten-day period to decide to either…
criminal justice system are . . . . . . . . ./ . . . . . . . ./ . . . . . . . . .
2-Much of the public American understanding of crime is wrong and based on. . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-About . . . .% of criminal defendant plead guilty to the charges.
4- The Five types of punishment are a- b- c- d- e-
5- The chance of having a Jury trial is . . . . .%
7- The criminal body type linked to crime is . . .…
COMBATING JUVENILE DELINQUENCY
CRJ 180/STRAYER UNIVERSITY
DR. CLINTON MILLER
COMBATING JUVENILE DELIQUENCY HILSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA
Hillsborough County in the state of Florida initiated a program called the Juvenile Arrest Avoidance Program or JAAP in August of 2010. The the Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative (JDAI) was also implemented to provide at-risk youths the greatest opportunity to mature into responsible, law-abiding adults…