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Transcript: Rikers Island The Bronx,New York Jose Rodriguez 11-8-17 Mr.Canales Criminal Justice Facts on prison Facts on prison Population of10,000 inmates and 9,000 officers 85% of those detained at Rikers Island have not been convicted of their crimes The size of Rikers Island is 413 acres long Their yearly budget is $860 million Some famous inmates that stayed at Rikers Island were Tupac,DMX, and Lil Wayne Problem #1: Abuse of Prisoners Problem #1: Abuse of Prisoners Deputy Warden Gail Lewis and Sherman Graham were arrested for assaulting an inmate. The deputies submitted a false use of force expert witness. Charges against Graham were 16 counts of offical misconduct and a attempted assault to third degree. Lewis was charged with falsifying businesses records and official misconduct. Problem Solution Problem #2: Solitary Confinement Problem #2: Solitary Confinement In year 2012, more than 14.4 percent of adolescents detained at Rikers Island between the ages of 16 and 18 were held in atleast one period of solitary confinement. More than 48 percent of adolescents at this institution have diagnosed mental health problems. On August 28,2014, a law was passed boosting oversight of the use of solitary confinement at Rikers Island. It required the prison to publish quarterly reports on their use of solitary confinement Problem Solution Problem #3: Presumptively Innocent People Problem #3: Presumptively Innocent People Kalief Browder was a 16 year old boy who was charged over a second degree robbery. His family couldnt make the bail of $3000 and refused to take a plea bargain. Browder was held in Rikers island for 3 years without a trial This resulted to suicide due to a severe mental condition. He had multiple suicide attempts while he was incarcerated. He also had a mini tv series on netflix called, "Time: The Kalief Browder Story" Problem Solution Youtube Video: Youtube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4X0xKSBvqvE&list=LLh-s7O6JYNMiOp4zWzk1J7Q&index=4 Sources: Sources: https://www.thedailybeast.com/famous-rikers-island-inmates https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rikers_Island#Solitary_confinement Pros of Prezi: Very simple to use, common for everyone, very creative and fun to do Pros of prezi Pros of prezi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zFep1jL92g

Criminal Justice Presentation

Transcript: CRIMINAL JUSTICE ISSUES BY: JOSH VANCE TECHNOLOGY CRIMES Identity Theft Phishing Child Pornography Cyber Harassment Stalking Credit Card Fraud Technology Crimes DOMESTIC TERRORISM Types Active shooters "Lone Wolf" Terrorists Bombers Domestic Terrorism Terrorist Come in All Forms The "Lone Wolf Terrorist" How Many Mass Shootings Have there Been in the U.S.? https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2018/national/mass-shootings-in-america/ Terrorists DRUGS Legal weed is great but it could lead to the use of harder drugs Drug abuse is running rampant today Drugs worse than weed are trending Not long ago people faced incarceration for drug crimes such as posession Drugs are Bad! Federal Prisoner Population Breakdown for 2015 Schmalleger, (2017), (p. 532) CONCLUSION & QUESTIONS Conclusion Topics Discussed Technology Crimes Domestic Terrorism Drugs Questions? Berkowitz, B. Alcantara, C. & Lu, D. (2019, October 14). The terrible numbers that grow with each mass shooting. The Washington Post. Retrieved from https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2018/national/mass-shootings-in-america/ Johansen, A. G. (n.d.). Online identity theft: what it is and how it happens. Norton Lifelock. Retrieved from https://www.lifelock.com/learn-identity-theft-resources-online-identity-theft-what-it-is-how-it-happens.html Lou, M. & Walker, C. (2019, July 26). There have been 22 school shootings in the US so far this year. CNN US. Retrieved from https://www.cnn.com/2019/05/08/us/school-shootings-us-2019-trnd/index.html Rosand, E. (2019, May 26). Responding to the rise in domestic terrorism: don’t forget prevention. Lawfare. Retrieved from https://www.lawfareblog.com/responding-rise-domestic-terrorism-dont-forget-prevention Schmalleger, F. (2017). Criminal justice today: an introductory text for the 21st century (14th ed.). Retrieved from https://ereader.chegg.com/#/books/9780134156309/cfi/0!/4/4@0.00:19.3 Wolak, J. Finkelhor, D. & Kimberly, J. M. (2012). Trends in law enforcement responses to technology-facilitated child exploitation crimes. Crimes Against Children Research Center. Retrieved from http://scholars.unh.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1044&context=ccrc References

Criminal Justice Presentation

Transcript: Violence Against Women Maple Bhatalia, a 19 year old student of Simon Fraser University was assaulted by her boyfriend and was murdered by an unknown killer on campus. Susan Miller was murdered by her husband who has been found mentally fit to stand trial for second degree murder. Ravinder Bhangu, was killed at a Surrey newspaper office; her husband has been charged with her murder. Main Issue: Honour killing and violence against women is rising. We hear only from the reporter and the police. We do not hear from the offender, close family members or friends. The information being ignored is the offender's point of view and the relationship history between the couples. Media Source: The media source is presenting the information accuratley, but the reporters do mention that the victims and offenders are South Asian many times. In the article about Susan Miller, it seemed as if the reporter was being a bit sarcastic because her husband was sent to an asylum instead of a correctional institute. Prevention: School-based programmes for adolescents to prevent violence within dating relationships Enact legislation and develop policies that protect women; address discrimination against women and promote gender equality; and help to move the culture away from violence Education of health Support a friend or family member who may be in an abusive relationship Lead by example. Work to create a group that rejects violence as a way to deal with problems. Speak up against messages that say violence or mistreating women. Become a mentor. Get involved in programs that teach young people to solve problems without violence is okay. LEPP 140 - Presentation Who is suspected and charged for the murder/ assault? The date of the murders? Where the murder took place? Why it tooks place? The Information Being Covered Is: The Message Being Presented: Both intimate partner violence and sexual violence against women - are major public health problems and violations of women's human rights. http://www.uregina.ca/resolve/PDFs/Assessing%20Violence.pdf References: http://www.news1130.com/news/local/article/282394--sfu-student-fatally-shot-at-surrey-campus-parkade Lower Mainland, British Columbia http://www.news1130.com/news/local/article/283833--batalia-murder-highlights-women-s-vulnerability-eva-bc Media Sources: Aboriginal Victims of Homocide 1997- 2004 http://www.news1130.com/news/local/article/259163--woman-stabbed-to-death-at-surrey-newspaper-office Ravinder Bhangu: Husband was very upset and he was suspecting her of infidelity. Maple Batalia: Had recently broken up with a young man she was dating after she “came to know something about his personal association with bad things.” Nicola Valley Institute of Technology http://www.news1130.com/news/local/article/283583--man-with-huntington-s-to-stand-trial-for-wife-s-murder Types of spousal violence experienced by women and men, 1999 The husbands of Ravinder Bhangu and Susan Miller, and Maple Batalia's boyfriend Susan Miller: Husband had Huntington's Disease http://www.respectwomen.ca/factsonviolence.html http://vancouver.24hrs.ca/News/local/2011/10/05/18787791.html 1000 Women in B.C. are Assaulted Per Week http://www.who.int News 1130: 24 Hours Vancouver http://www.WomensHealth.gov Ravinder Bhangu: July 28, 2011 Susan Miller: December 26, 2006 Maple Batalia: September 28, 2011

Criminal Justice Presentation

Transcript: p Map Specific duties of a Trooper include: Patrolling assigned areas accident investigations following up on complaints investigating felonies and other crimes issuing traffic citations obtaining evidence and testifying in court giving and summoning medical aid directing traffic conducting arrests Airwing Canine Search and Rescue Collision Analysis/Reconstruction Crime Scene Services Analysis and Investigation Hazardous Devices Hostage Negotiation Investigative Services (drug, gang and major crimes) Marine Unit Mounted Unit Special Emergency Response Team STOP Team Underwater Recovery Promotion Qualifications cont. Qualifications Specialty Units Benefits Plan of Action Plan of Action Annual Leave Massachusetts State Police Academy 340 West Brookfield Road New Braintree, MA Recruits attend a twenty-five week, modified stress, live-in academy, consisting of over ninety different courses of instruction. The day begins at 5:30 AM with physical training. The recruit then attends academic courses until 8:00 PM. The recruits then have study and personal time until lights out at 9:30 PM. All classes, with the exception of driver training and water safety, are conducted in New Braintree. Recruits are released on Friday evening to go home, and return Monday morning for training. Jurisdiction Recruits are paid a bi-weekly salary of $840.80 plus benefits while training at the academy. The bi-weekly salary for a Trooper is as follows: Salary Academy Massachusetts State Trooper Eleven paid holidays Five paid personal days 2 weeks vacation after one year and up to five weeks (based on length of service) Fifteen sick days Additionally, employees are eligible for Family and Medical leave and Military leave as authorized by law. Pass medical examination Pass psychological examination Must successfully complete swimming requirements Must be a United States citizen upon appointment to the State Police Academy Must have a Massachusetts driver's license prior to Academy graduation Must be a Massachusetts resident prior to Academy graduation Can not smoke any tobacco product. Jurisdiction Obtain a Bachelors degree in Criminal Justice Learn a foreign language Improve communication skills Improve observation & memory skills Maintain a physical fitness regiment Maintain a good credit history Intern with a local department Responsibilities Obtain a Bachelors degree in Criminal Justice Learn a foreign language Improve communication skills Improve observation & memory skills Maintain a physical fitness regiment Maintain a good credit history Intern with a local department Benefits Specialty Units CIVIL SERVICE EXAM High School Diploma or G.E.D. Ability to obtain a valid Massachusetts firearms license At least 21 years old and less than 35 years old on the last application filing date Pass entrance examination Pass a thorough background investigation prior to employment Pass physical fitness test Health Insurance Life Insurance Tuition Assistance to any state college or university Equipment & uniforms Deferred Compensation Airwing Canine Search and Rescue Collision Analysis/Reconstruction Crime Scene Services Analysis and Investigation Hazardous Devices Hostage Negotiation Investigative Services (drug, gang and major crimes) Marine Unit Mounted Unit Special Emergency Response Team STOP Team Underwater Recovery The Department offers promotional exams for the following positions: Sergeant Lieutenant Captain The following positions are appointed by the Colonel/Superintendent: Major Lt. Colonel Lt. Colonel/Deputy Superintendent The Colonel/Superintendent is appointed by the Governor. Academy Massachusetts State Police Academy 340 West Brookfield Road New Braintree, MA twenty-five week, modified stress, live-in academy, consisting of over ninety different courses of instruction. The day begins at 5:30 AM with physical training. The recruit then attends academic courses until 8:00 PM. The recruits then have study and personal time until lights out at 9:30 PM. Recruits are released on Friday evening to go home, and return Monday morning for training. Map Mass State Trooper Specific duties of a Trooper include: Patrolling assigned areas, accident investigations, following up on complaints, investigating felonies and other crimes, issuing traffic citations, obtaining evidence and testifying in court, rendering and summoning medical aid, directing traffic, conducting arrests, community policing and engaging in crime prevention and reduction measures. Recruits are paid a bi-weekly salary of $840.80 plus benefits while training at the academy. The bi-weekly salary for a Trooper is as follows: Upon graduation from the academy, new Troopers are required to work under the supervision of a senior officer for a duration of 12 weeks. After successfully completing the training period, Troopers will assume independent patrol/duties and responsibilities. A new Trooper is not eligible to bid for a station assignment and therefore can be assigned to any duty

Criminal Justice Presentation

Transcript: Appeals The Flag of the United States may not be printed on any person items, such as Clothing, Napkins, Plates, etc. Trials Wanted to stop speech before it had a chance to create a real danger. Daniel Walker, collected the flag's remains, took them home and respectfully buried them in his backyard according to codified procedures. Reason: The desecration statute was a legitimate and constitutional means of protecting the public peace and protecting the flag as a symbol of national unity. Daniel Walker told the court he thought Johnson breached the peace and posed a danger to Texas "by what he does and what he thinks." Texas v. Johnson Gregory Lee Johnson 1. Fifth Court of Appeals of Texas. 2. Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. Supreme Court Decided to Appeal to each court. Thought his actions were "acceptable"under the Bill of Rights. Bill of Rights "First Amendment" Charges State of Texas Decision: Conduct was expressive but Symbolic Speech & No Breach of Peace would override. Indeed a form of symbolic speech. "Key Conduct" expressive conduct. -Verbal expression = Pure speech -Symbolic expression = Symbolic Speech 5-4 Vote to drop charges. The Burning of the Flag Whoever knowingly mutilates, defaces, physically defiles, burns, maintains on the floor or ground or tramples upon any flag of the United States shall be fined or imprisoned for not more than one year, or both. Gregory Lee Johnson, arrested for burning the flag of the United States. At a convention in Dallas Texas, 1984. Convention was to renominate President Ronald Reagan. Johnson, part of the "Republican War Chest Tour" demonstration. Group staged "die-ins" intended to dramatize the effects of the nuclear war. Group member stole the flag from outside one of the targeted downtown corporate office buildings Gave it to Johnson. He carried it to his final destination (Dallas City Hall). Soaked it in Kerosene & ignited it. First Charged with Disorderly Conduct, later dropped. Desecration of a venerated object. -"person commits an offense if he intentionally or knowingly desecrated... a state or national flag." $2,000.00 fine. one full year in prison. Chant: "America, the red, white, and blue, we spit on you, you stand for plunder, you will go under." Convicted Congress Went to the Supreme Court with Johnson. Case Code of the United States Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion , or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or of the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievance.

Criminal Justice Presentation

Transcript: Sources http://www.unicef.org/media/files/BehindClosedDoors.pdf Facts. Domestic Violence- violent or aggressive behavior within the home, typically involving the violent abuse of a spouse or partner. Intimate Partner Violence- describes physical, sexual, or psychological harm by a current or former partner or spouse. Dual Charge Policy- In cases of domestic violence, where the police are not able to discern which of the two partner's is the perpetrator, both parties will be charged. http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/85-002-x/2013001/article/11805/11805-3-eng.htm Resources For Victims Of Intimate Partner Violence Some of the causes of intimate partner violence are: Drugs and Alcohol Abuse Self Esteem Poverty Aggression Environmental Issues People in domestic violence cases Charges Of Intimate Partner Violence R. v. Ryan1 is a case about domestic violence and a woman who tried to take matters into her own hands. She hired a hit man to have her husband killed after years of severe domestic violence. She was caught by the RCMP and charged for trying to kill her husband. At trial, she tried to use a rare defence called “duress” to justify her crime. She and her lawyer argued that because she was abused for so long and the police and other authorities would not help her, she felt she had no other way to protect herself and her daughter. The lower courts found that she was under “duress” and not guilty. The case went to Canada’s highest court, the Supreme Court of Canada. The Supreme Court disagreed with the decisions of the lower courts and ruled that this defence was not available in her situation. However, the court stayed (stopped) the criminal proceedings because of everything she had been through. Effects on Children Battered Woman Syndrome- The set of symptoms, injuries, and signs of mistreatment seen in a woman who has been repeatedly abused by a spouse, partner, or relative. Duress: threats, violence, constraints, or other action brought to bear on someone to do something against their will or better judgment. By: Kelsey F, Ryley R & Shayla S https://www.google.ca/?gws_rd=ssl#q=domestic+violence+definition https://www.google.ca/?gws_rd=ssl#q=intimate+partner+violence+definition+ Intimate Partner Violence & Specialized Courts Chapter 16.4 Intimate partner violence, including both spousal and dating violence, accounts for one in every four violent crimes reported to police. In 2011, there were approximately 97,500 victims of intimate partner violence, representing a rate of 341 victims per 100,000 population (Table 3.1). The vast majority of these victims (80%) were women, a finding consistent over time. Some of the charges that are a result of domestic violence are: Assault Sexual assault Homicide Criminal harassment (sometimes called "stalking") Uttering threats Making indecent and harassing phone calls Criminal negligence (including negligence causing bodily harm and death) Extortion Causes Of Intimate Partner Violence Defenses For Intimate Partner Violence Crimes Intimate partner violence, including both spousal and dating violence, accounts for one in every four violent crimes reported to police. In 2011, there were approximately 97,500 victims of intimate partner violence, representing a rate of 341 victims per 100,000 population (Table 3.1). The vast majority of these victims (80%) were women, a finding consistent over time. http://owjn.org/owjn_2009/component/content/article/56-criminal-law/360-duress-and-domestic-violence-r-v-ryan-2013 Definitions Specialized Courts Some of the specialized courts that are located and available within Canada are: The Winnipeg Family Violence Court (created in 1990) The Early Intervention Domestic Violence Court located in Toronto (created in 1977). Domestic Violence Treatment Option located in the Yukon Territorial Court (created in 2000). The Winnipeg Family Violence Court has 5 full time Crown attorney's who are specialized prosecutors, a women's advocacy, and a child victim/witness program. They also have specially designed courtrooms, as well as one full time judge. More times than not, people who are in abusive relationships feel as if they are unable to leave said partner due to fear as well as no other place to stay. They also do not think they can leave their partner because they fear that taking the children away from the abusive parent will make the child feel neglectful of the other due to the time away as well as the trauma the other parent caused for the child as well as the parent. Transition house- For women and children who are victims of such crimes. Shelters for victims who have been abused. Counseling/Therapy Anger management for the offender(s) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0140673602083575 Facts. According to research, children who are exposed to their parents violence are at risk of experiencing emotional, physical and sexual abuse, of developing emotional and behavioral problems and, of increased exposure to other adversities in

Criminal Justice Presentation

Transcript: For one thing, more massacres, more suicides, more serial killers, and most of all more hostages and more torture. Restrict gun laws you'll have less of these things. The Navy Shooter Aaron Alexis: Reported to hospital before shooting he was hearing things & he was dismissed as just needing some rest He was not in his right mind Although he dissembled the rifle Just in case you haven't... https://www.aclu.org/united-states-bill-rights Connecticut State Profile: You can carry a rifle or shotgun without a permit, However, you must have one if carrying a handgun.... Also it is LEGAL to carry "a gun" in restaurants. New York State Profile: Again you need a permit to buy and carry a hand gun.... but none for a rifle Colorado State Profile: Unfortunately the same goes for Colorado After Columbine.. this should never still exist absolutely not! https://www.nraila.org/gun-laws/state-gun-laws/ Another reason to restrict gun laws In my opinion: The 2nd Amendment needs to be specified to whom should be allowed to bear these arms. There is no other way of solving this problem. What will it take to make gun laws stricter in each state? It always interests me when news reporters say there was no clear reason for why the shootings and massacres took place.... Have we not seen enough? By: Dayna Cameron :D These where the guns that where sold to the boys at a gun show before the shootings. What's the way out of this mess, you ask? What will happen if we don't fix this? Sources

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