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
Transcript: I wish to go into drug enforcement and work for the federal government. My Career Working with the DEA in the war against drugs is what i feel im meant to do and i will do anything to get there Criminal Justice Career My Skills About Me Duties Of A Agent How Im Going To Get There Requirements Im 16 I like to think im pretty smart, im good at solving problems and finding answers. im observant and i dont usually act rashly. I work hard at what i set my mind to and dont let things interfere with what i need to do and Why It's For Me Kaylan Fuzy Pay and Location
Transcript: Ethics Introduction Introduction Ethics is the center of any functional society and this is because it defines what amounts to a wrong and what amounts to what is a wrong and what is a right. Ethics is used to establish the punishment for wrong doers. Ethics in Criminal justice Ethical view of the system There have been many cases of ethical issues in the criminal justice system and this especially concerns the conduct of the different officers such as the police officers. The main ethical issue in the criminal justice system is corruption. Different authors have different findings on the issue of corruption in the criminal justice system Criminal Justice Criminal justice composition Criminal Justice is the system in which criminals are identified by their crimes, detained, judged and punished. The main components of the criminal justice system include law enforcement, the court system, and corrections facilities Ethics in Criminal justice Ethics in Criminal Justice Officers in the criminal justice system are used to enforce laws and order and as such are required to be a model to the society when it comes to morality. It is important for the officers to have high ethical standards so that the people can emulate that from them. Ethical dilemma Ethical dilemma The officers in the criminal justice system are often faced with ethical dilemmas. An ethical dilemma occurs where the officers have to make a hard choice of whether to behave in a moral way or compromise morality. Most of the time this dilemma is fueled when there is a financial incentive to do wrong Criminal justice ethics Criminal justice Corruption Corruption Corruption is a form of dishonesty or a criminal offense which is undertaken by a person or an organization which is entrusted with a position of authority, in order to acquire illicit benefits or abuse power for one's personal gain. The criminal justice officers have been seen to take bribes from the people for services which they have an obligation to offer them. Officers also use corruption to hide their own crimes Description Officers become motivated by money. The criminal justice system is loosing its efficiency in undertaking its roles because of the greed and the desire by the officers to become rich using mischief. Illustration Corruption illustration Corruption in criminal justice system Impacts of Corruption The corrupt criminal justice officers such as the police officers result into negative effects in the criminal justice system. 1. Corruption makes the people loose trust in the police and the courts. 2. Accelerates crimes in communities since criminals do not pay for their wrong doings. 3. Unfair punishment of innocent people who end up paying for the crimes of other people. 4. Nullifies the essence of the criminal justice system. People cannot place their trust and faith in the criminal justice system when they know that justice can be "bought". People who end up in courts and prisons are sometimes innocent because some officers somewhere received a bribe to cover up the real criminals. If the people who are given the responsibility to protect the people and maintain law and order are corrupt, it is a sad state of affairs as people are not guaranteed the justice which criminal justice system is obligated to offer Negative effects Moral Risks Moral Risks of Policing These are the motivations which encourage the police officers to be involved in misconduct. The moral risks include moral disengagement, moral compromise, moral licensing and Slippery slope (Blumberg et al., 2020) Prevention of Misconduct Prevention strategies 1. Minimizing the emotional and spiritual distress during hiring and training can help minimize the likelihoods of misconduct in the criminal justice system. 2. Supervision of the criminal justice system. 3. Wellness efforts to ensure mental and emotional stability of the officers 4. Strict regulations and laws against misconduct What is Organized Crime? Organized Crime in criminal justice Organized crime refers to the coordinated illegal activities among criminal justice officers for financial gains over a period of time (Sorell, 2018). The organized crimes accelerate the terrorism rates in the country. Most of the gangs are empowered by the criminal justice system due to corruption that makes it hard for the gangs to be pinned down Ethics in Public Service The public sector is another sector which is filled with ethical issues. The misconduct among the public service officers has created a need to look into the actions of most public service officers (Hossain et al., 2020). People in public service including criminal justice officers are expected to be diligent people and people of integrity. Most officers however do not display the public service values and engage themselves in criminal activities. Ethics in Public service References
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://email@example.com: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
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
Transcript: TAMEKA & ME PenPal Presentation BY: DEBRA BATEMAN BACKGROUND Introduction Tameka and I have exchanged 6 letters over the course of the semester and are still writing to each other. My group all decided to write to each penpal individually which I fully supported. LETTERS Letters Tameka and I spoke of many things over the course of the semester. Mainly about our individual everyday lives. She has 5 children and is as active in their lives as her situation allows her to be. She is a devoted woman and calls on God in her times of struggle. She told me many things about how her prison time has given her the ability to reflect and truly change herself. I spoke of school and family and work. Truly this experience was less of an educational provision and more of a friendship in progress. Quote J-Pay Even though I enjoy the use of real letters, J-Pay allowed Tameka and I to talk frequently and without the hassles of time constraints or stamps. Takeways Overall, this penpal project has been an enlightening and positive experience. It has given me a view into the private workings of Tameka's life and I think it has matched me with a new friend. I intend to continue my letters with Tameka and congratulate her when she is granted release.
Transcript: Zoom out for more assets Sources: Asset library cops.usdoj.gov (orange sticky notes) treatmentadvocacycenter.org ( Pink A, B) effectivehealthcare.ahrq.gov (blue sticky notes) statista.com (pink c) Criminal Justice in America book page 401 (all green and teal notes) B Deepens prisoners depression. C Mental breakdowns. A Increases mentall illnesses in prisoners. C B There were 12,275 registered mental health treatment facilities in the US. Stress of Confinement There are about 35,000 state pshyciatric beds available. Antipsycotics are used for several mental illnesses. A A Prisoners go through several kinds of therapy along with other treatments. B Inpatient Phychiatric Facilities There are three places with more mentally ill prisoners than in any remaining US psychiactric hospital Treatments Many different medications are used as well. C A A American Psycological Association mental health percentages Jails and prisons are now commonly called the "New Asylums". Percentages of Mentally Ill Incarcerated "The New Asylums" B B Percentages of prisoners diagnosed with a mental illness. Insane asylums were all gotten rid of due to many factors. C C Specific mental illnesses and their percentages People with mental illnesses generally follow the "revolving door". Mentally Ill Prisoners
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
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