Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines. Option 2: Personal Crimes Analysis Matrix Create a matrix to complete your personal crimes analysis. Include the following: • Differentiate between assault, battery, and mayhem. • Identify and explain kidnapping and false imprisonment. • Compare and contrast between rape and statutory rape.
This is a big influence on student’s educational achievement as they do not have enough money to buy the necessary equipment for school such as revision guides. Also, if a student comes from a poor background, the house is more likely to be overcrowded. This means that they do not have a quiet place to study and do their homework which puts them at a disadvantage. Thay may not be able to afford educational trips etc. this is known as cultural deprivation.
Once crime or a criminal problem is significant to be an issue, then action to alleviate the issue becomes important (Marion & Oliver, 2012). The criminal justice policy process also begins at that point. The steps in the criminal justice policy process include problem identification, agenda setting, policy formulation, policy implementation, and policy evaluation (Marion & Oliver, 2012). The criminal justice policy process depends on the participants such as the executive branch and legislative branch of the government, interest groups, voters, and the media (Marion & Oliver, 2012). The criminal justice policy process determines the shift of
| Poverty | Economic Factor | Poverty is an Economic Factor because without the money to pay for good education or extra support the child may not do very well academically it has been proven that children who live in poverty do not perform as well as more affluent children. | Housing and Community | Economic Factor | Housing is an Economic Factor and can have an impact on the safety of the children brought up in the area. If they live in a poor area and live in bad conditions this will have a detrimental effect on the child. | Educational Environment | Economic Factor | The Educational environment is an Economic Factor. Affluent children may go to private school and perform really well.
We need to do something to help the minors who did not have a choice of coming over here, but just followed their parents. If these minors are here in the U.S and thriving for an education or serve our country why not give them a path to citizenship. It is not easy as immigrant to stay focus and achieve what you want in life. The more immigrants that become legal they would pay taxes and our deficit would go down in the long run. Until the government decides what to do, we are going to be in this recession.
Sometimes even having that may not get you a good enough job to provide for your family. The way prices are for things now a day it’s hard for anyone to provide for their family living in poverty would only make things worse. I feel for the people who may not be able to read or write. It makes me want to help them because those are basic skills to even get a job in general and without those that’s not possible to obtain a job. The fact that they say if you grow up in poverty you are more than likely to stay in poverty when you get older makes me feel for them even more because that means the kids that grow up may not know the difference and may grow up thinking that’s how they are supposed to live, unless they have friends that are in the middle class or above they may never know what it’s like to not be in poverty.
Which empirical and speculative theories are most applicable to this perspective as it applies to organized crime and overall criminal behavior? Properly cite your references or resources according to APA guidelines. Discussion Questions What is social disorganization? How does social disorganization contribute to organized crime? What is an example of social disorganization that created opportunistic atmospheres for organized crime?
Review as many points of contact as possible; be sure to look at parcels (number of houses in an area, types of crimes committed, population density, race, class, socioeconomic , gender similarities and differences, distance, etc; 2. Please consider Social Structure Theory and its sub-theorems and their applicability to the data presented. Be sure to address elements of social disorganization, strain and cultural deviance theories; furthermore, 3. Include the applicability of crime trends and patterns and trends as presented in Chapter 2 of Siegel ’The Nature and Extent of Crime’ Part B. In addition, please address the following queries: 1.
Children are hindered by these kinds of schools, teachers and peers lay a big role in the children’s lives. Some teachers are there for the income it will bring into their house hold and not the well-being of the child and students are pressued by their peers into thinking that education is lame and for losers. In most cases this is what children of low income go through but not all. Many may not realize that the surroundings of children may sometimes affect their future. Being raised in a low income area surrounded by people living the same lifestyle as you as if struggling is the norm of society.
The percentage of high school drop outs in United States is very high, and some these students that drop out end up in prison or other terrible places such as drug dealing or gangs. In the documentary they also showed some schools with a lot of gang activity and gang violence. Parents of these students work very hard to pay taxes and keep there children in school, in hop that there children will get a good education. Some parents take tons of loans so they can send there kids to a private school, because the public schools are not teaching there students well. These hard working parents and dedicated teachers all want to see America with a brighter future, they are doing what they can to make sure that there children grow up to be important part of a good generation.