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CCJ12 Police, Courts and Criminal Law Notes - Weeks 1-12

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Griffith University - 1012CCJ - Police, Courts & Criminal Law

CCJ12 Police, Courts and Criminal Law notes. Weeks 1-12. What is Criminal Law? – It prevents harm and insures commun...

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Court Report Assessment

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Griffith University - CCJ12 - Police, Courts and Criminal Law

Assessment answering a number of questions in regards to the functioning of the criminal court, followed by a second par...

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Essay: Are interventions with children and adolescents who are at risk of future offending effective? Discuss

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Griffith University - 1010CCJ - Introduction to Forensic Psychology

Essay for Assignment 2 addressing: Are interventions with children and adolescents who are at risk of future offending ...

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Assessment 2: Engaging With Politics

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Griffith University - CCJ13 - Law, Government and Policy

Political Issue of Interest Chosen: Euthanasia Laws in Victoria. There are two components to this assessment. The firs...

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1013CCJ take home exam

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Griffith University - 1013CCJ - Introduction to Criminology & Criminal Justice

Question 1: In what ways does the media misrepresent the nature of crime? Question 2: Violent crime can be a source of ...

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Offender Profile for the murders of Christopher Byers, James Moore and Steve Branch.

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Griffith University - 2011CCJ - Offender Profiling

Offender characteristics In the crime classification it was established that the murder was a sexual triple homicide t...

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Take Home Exam Assessment

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Griffith University - 1013CCJ - Introduction to Criminology & Criminal Justice

Q1. In what ways does the media misrepresent the nature of crime?broadcasting the media has the ability to reach a world...

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Police, Courts and Criminal Law Court Report

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Griffith University - CCJ12 - Police, Courts and Criminal Law

Report covers the following questions: What does the prosecution need to prove in the courtroom for a person to be co...

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Should Marijuana be legalised Presentation

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Griffith University - 1011CCJ - Criminology Skills

This is a powerpoint presentation, with notes attached, critiques a media article on the crime topic of legalising medic...

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Final Essay on Offender Profiling

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Griffith University - 1011CCJ - Criminology Skills

This essay argues the topic that offender profiles are not useful in police investigations.

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Psychological Research Shows That Eyewitness Testimony is Not Always Accurate, Therefore it Should Not Be Used in the Criminal Justice System. Discuss.

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Griffith University - 1010CCJ - Introduction to Forensic Psychology

Eyewitness testimony has been used in the criminal justice system for many years. However, recent psychological research...

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Offender Profiling is Not Useful in Police Investigations - Essay Outline

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Griffith University - 1011CCJ - Criminology Skills

writing an argument essay outline about why it is not useful in police investigations

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