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Crime and Justice, WSC, 2016

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Transcript of Crime and Justice, WSC, 2016

The Criminal in Society
: Insights from
Anthropology
and
Sociology.

Name, Login ID’s, Passwords, CPR….. You name it, they want it!
Crime and Justice, WSC, 2016

A History of Crime:
From Pirates to Phishermen

Acts of
Robbery

or
Criminal Violence
at sea leads to estimated worldwide losses of US$16 billion per year!
Digital Piracy
If every man that commits a crime is a criminal, and every act that legislation has forbidden and penalizes is a crime, we should define the population of the USA as 97,000,000 mostly criminals – intentional or not.
Ex. Law #127
:
"If any one "point the finger" at a sister of a god or the wife of any one, and can not prove it, this man shall be taken before the judges and his brow shall be marked
Ex. Law #196
: "If a man destroy the eye of another man, they shall destroy his eye. If one break a man's bone, they shall break his bone.”
It is said that Draco himself, when asked why he had fixed the punishment of death for
most
offenses, answered that he considered the lesser crimes to deserve it, and he had no greater punishment for more important ones.
Modern Legal Systems:
Common l Civil l Statutory
Modern Legal Systems:

Religious (Sharia Penal Code)
Classifying Crimes:
Personal Crimes
Classifying Crimes:
Property Crimes
What other types of crime do we need to understand?
Nigerian Scam (also known as a "4-1-9"
or "Advance Fee Fraud" scheme)

I am Mrs Nimasha Rajitha from switzerland married to Late Mr.Rajitha Rahan who is a wealthy business man here in Ivory Coast .We were married for many years with out a child before he died after a brief illness. Before his sudden death we where devoted christian.When my late husband was alive he deposited ($3.000.000.00) in one of the firm here in Ivory Coast. I am very sick from Kidney cancer that I may not last till the next two months according to the doctor"s report.So, I decided to donate this money to a honest individual who will use it for God's work such as orphans, widows and building of churches to fulfill the vow I and my late husband made to God. I have choosen you after my fasting and praying .....As soon as I read from you I will give you more details on how to achieve this goal. I need your urgent reply as I dont know what tomorrow will result. Your Sister In The Lord


Types of Punishment:
Deterrence
Retribution | Rehabilitation | Incapacitation
Recidivism Rates USA
Religious Punishment

The International Criminal Court: Crime in a Globalized World
GENOCIDE:
Is a WAR CRIME
USING CHILD SOLDIERS:
Is a WAR CRIME
ATTACKING CIVILIAN POPULATIONS:
Is a WAR CRIME
RAPE:
Is a WAR CRIME
WILLFULLY CAUSING SUFFERING:
Is a WAR CRIME
MUTILATION:
Is a WAR CRIME
But, if people are aware of the rules and the consequences, who would even attempt this? Let’s see what the Psychologists would say….
The Criminal Mind:
Insights from Psychology
Developmental psychology
Cognitive Psychology
Clinical Psychology
Individual Differences
Social Psychology
Cultural Psychology
But how are these people caught – many serial killers go on killing sprees for years without being caught?
OFFENDER PROFILING
Using OP we can work out the characteristics of an Offender by examining the characteristics of their 'work'.
John Duffy
David Cantor:
Profiler
Can't say who the attacker is, but can help Police narrow down their field of inquiry using psychological principles.
So, a suspect has been detained based on the evidence provided. But, what objective evidence do we have to know for sure?
CSI: The Science
Scene Reconstruction: Sketch
DNA/Genetics
Examples of bodily material containing DNA evidence....
Examples of where DNA might be found..
Finger Prints
Trace Evidence
Blood Spatter
Forensic Entomology
8-10 hours = Egg hatches
4-10 days = maggots feed, migrate for Pupa stage
3-6 days = fly emerges
15-30 days = lifespan of fly , lays eggs

AUTOPSY
Criminal Apprehension
Notable Criminals
Ted Bundy
Robbery
Murder, Conspiracy
Burglary
Drug Trafficking
Bank Robbery
Cannibalist Serial Killer
What do you think?
Can a criminal be a hero?
Is there such a thing as 'honour amongst thieves'?
Should the Govt. be allowed to prosecute someone for a crime even if the victim doesn't want them to?
Should all countries follow the same legal code?
So, just how long have people been committing crimes? Looking at examples of early law gives us a good idea!
Personal Experience!!
Are there any other ways of confirming how a person died? time of death? etc?
What happens with all this information once the crime has been solved? Is it discarded?
Murder
Additional Questions
Research the death penalty. Is it legal in your country? Does it help to reduce crime rates? When, if ever, is it ok to execute a person and if so, by what means?
Are three strike laws a mistake?
Some studies show that women are committing more crimes now, than in the past. What might explain this? Is there a difference in the crimes that men and women commit?
Brown and McCollom
$10 million in damages, at a rate of $100,000 per song that was illegally downloaded
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