Lessons for Crime

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  • Accountable Terms - … -collar crimes, and what do people think about these crimes? What penalties do they propose for various white-collar crimes? How do these crimes compare to various "street crimes"? Create a chart that compares opinions about white-collar crimes. Document your …
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  • Under the Collar - … Objectives: Students will: 1. Consider their knowledge of white-collar crime; review notions of socioeconomic class and occupation. 2. Examine the … businesses normally associated with this type of crime - legal repercussions (punishment, if convicted) of this crime - one recent or current example of … written and verbal contributions to case profiles on white-collar crime. Vocabulary: defrauded, indictment, conviction, moguldom, verdict, convergences, diverse, ideological, straddle …
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  • Israel and Hamas Reject Amnesty Report - … and which are most boring. Amnesty International / reports / documents / war crimes / civilians / accusations / biased / human rights / rules of war / terror / human … , other meanings, information, synonyms ... for the words 'war' and 'crime'. war crime Share your findings with your partners. Make questions using the … siding view humanly shields leaders STUDENT WAR CRIMES SURVEY Write five GOOD questions about war crimes in the table. Do this in …
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  • Law, Jurisdictions, and Enforcement Agencies - … : building problem solving partnerships with citizens and neighbors and preventing crime to enhance the quality of life throughout a city providing … Gambling Investigations Thefts/Damage to State Property Environmental Crimes Computer crime investigations that involve crimes against children Any other investigations including homicides, missing persons cases, robberies, and property crime where a local government requests SBI assistance Prevention and investigation …
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  • Crime Scene Density Lab - … opportunity to practice what they have learned by conducting a Crime Scene Investigation Laboratory Activity. It is recommended that this activity … also directs the students to indicate which suspect committed the crime, what evidence was used to reach this conclusion, and the … : Computer for Presenter, Basic Calculators, LCD Projector Special Materials Needed: Crime Scene Tape (optional) Triple Beam Balance Graduated Cylinder Small piece …
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  • The Science Of Forensics - … orientation. This activity shows students why forensic teams tape off crime scenes to keep objects from being rearranged or removed. Adaptations … to be the culprit of a fictional crime. Then have each team construct a crime scene in one corner of the classroom … analyze it in order to solve a crime? 5. How do you think detectives solved crimes 100 years ago? What tools did … they were looking for. criminology Definition: The scientific study of crime. Context: The murder case was transferred to the criminology department …
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  • Similar Substances - … figure out what the substances were and who committed the crime: Three points: exhibited above-average ability to follow directions; demonstrated … sites provide useful information: Working Dogs Canine Academy Suggested Readings Crime & Detection (Eyewitness Books) Brian Lane. Dorling Kindersley, 1998. Using its … presents many of the techniques used to solve crimes, such as examining the crime scene, using chemical analysis, testing DNA samples, and …
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  • Freedom of Hate Speech? - … site? Give specific examples. Why are these crimes discussed here? What opinions about these crimes are apparent, and why? e. Does this … is a hate crime, and how is a hate crime different from other crimes? - What is the relationship between hate crimes and attitudes of … would you describe this as a hate crime? How did the community respond to each crime? - Should hate groups be able to … which the government and public deal with these people and crimes. Mathematics- Develop, distribute, analyze and graph a poll about hate …
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  • You Make the Call...O. J. and the Law - … . individual); 2) Protection of society; 3) Rehabilitation; 4) Punishment for crime; 5) Retribution (&f&d as repayment) In capital punishment it … the Judge and assess the appropriate punishment to the following crimes and individuals. #l. State v. Daniel "Doe" Charge: Burglary II … injury and hospitalization; remorseful but blames Shawn for instigating the crimes so does not accept full responsibility; guilty plea. #2. State …
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  • Taking Age into Account - … table group discussions on juvenile violence and juvenile accountability for crimes. 4. Respond to these topics based on class discussion and … or punished for their children's crimes? - Do you think that tougher sentences for juvenile crimes would deter children from committing them … for Education and Learning in Aurora, Colorado. American Government, Civics, Crime, Current Events, Language Arts, Social Studies Comments are no longer …
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