Search:

Medical Terminology / [electronic resource]. by Publishing, Speedy.;
What is Medical Terminology? Medical terminology is a type of language that describes words, diseases and medical-related terms used in the healthcare industry. It includes a listing of drug names, symptoms and medications as well as the various parts of the anatomy. Medical terminology is also used extensively in the medical billing and claims process. How Would a Chart About Medical Terminology Benefit Anyone? Knowledge of medical terminology is beneficial to patients because it can give them insight into their health and well-being. It can also help those working in medical professions perform more efficiently. It's also a course required in almost any healthcare program.Requires Adobe Digital Editions (file size: 951 KB) or Kobo app or compatible Kobo device (file size: N/A KB) or Amazon Kindle (file size: N/A KB).
Subjects: Electronic books.; Nonfiction.; Medical.;
© 2014., Dot EDU,
On-line resources: http://link.overdrive.com/?websiteID=130119&titleID=1784673 -- Click  to access title on Overdrive.;
unAPI

Fast facts about PTSD : a guide for nurses and other health care professionals / by Adams, Lisa Y.,1968-;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Understanding stress, mental health, and mental illness -- Trauma -- PTSD 101 -- Who suffers or is at risk? -- The impact of traumatic events -- The long-term impact of PTSD -- Prevention of PTSD -- Clinical interventions -- Treatment interventions -- Coping with PTSD -- Community involvement -- Cultural implications -- Special population considerations -- Future trends and directions of PTSD."This is a concise, quick-access guide to the full continuum of care for all major health care professionals working with individuals suffering from PTSD. The most comprehensive book available about caring for this population, it encompasses the history of PTSD, its theoretical underpinnings, and complete instructions for conducting a full screening, assessment, and diagnosis for people with PTSD. Designed to facilitate speedy access to information, the guide consists of short paragraphs, bulleted information, and 'Fast Facts in a Nutshell' boxes containing critical points. This book presents information about the scope of populations at risk for developing PTSD, from young victims of bullying to rape/sexual assault victims, and why they are at risk. It includes information for intervention with people of all ages and backgrounds, and includes abundant case scenarios depicting real-life situations. The book also provides important information about strategies for coping with PTSD and, when possible, prevention. Written for both students and practicing health care professionals, it includes everything RNs and APRNs need to be aware of when working with individuals or groups of people suffering from PTSD."--Provided by publisher.
Subjects: Post-traumatic stress disorder.; Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic.;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
unAPI

Mrs. Bradley mysteries : the complete series. by Dudgeon, Neil,actor.; Rigg, Diana,actor.; Davison, Peter,1951-actor.; British Broadcasting Corporation,publisher.;
DVD.Neil Dudgeon, Diana Rigg, Peter Davison.It is the 1920s and the infamous, intuitive crime-solver Mrs. Adela Bradley and her resourceful chauffeur, George solve a series of complex cases of blackmail, murder, sacrifice and mistaken identity.Produced by Deborah Jones ; written by Simon Booker, Gwyneth Hughes, Julie Rutterford.
Subjects: Detective and mystery television programs.; Murder; Extortion;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
unAPI

The Hungry Girl diet : Big portions. Big results. Drop 10 pounds in 4 weeks / by Lillien, Lisa.;
The bestselling author of the Hungry Girl cookbooks now delivers the first-ever meal plan based on her famous super-sizing techniques, diet philosophies, and delicious recipes, and she's put them into a four-week jump-start plan to help you lose weight effortlessly. Approved by a registered dietitian, this program is satisfying and effective. The Hungry Girl Diet has: a detailed four-week program to help you jumpstart your weight loss the Hungry Girl way; over 50 easy recipes for super-sized meals and snacks; food ideas that help keep you feeling full all day; tips & tricks for avoiding diet derailment, including Lisa's personal strategies for weight management; helpful hints & how-tos for grocery shopping and dining out; foods that give you the biggest bang for your calorie buck; smart swaps for fattening foods you crave; easy meals that anyone can make; and much more. With an emphasis on lean protein, low-fat dairy, fresh fruits and veggies, and gigantic portions, this diet gives you everything you love about Hungry Girl in one nutritious and delicious weight-loss plan.--From publisher description.Introduction -- Week 1 -- Week 2 -- Week 3 -- Week 4 -- Hungry Girl diet resources -- Week 1 meals -- Meals for weeks 2 through 4 -- Snacks. Grab-n-go snacks ; Speedy snacks! ; Snack recipes ; Supplemental snacks -- Life after the four-week plan! (continued weight loss, maintenance, and survival strategies. Dining-out survival guides.
Subjects: Reducing diets; Women;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
unAPI

Juvenile delinquency : why do youths commit crime? / by Roberson, Cliff,1937-author.; Azaola Garrido, Elena,author.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Preface / Acknowledgements / Part I: JUVENILE DELIQUENCY OVERVIEW -- Chapter 1: Introduction to the Study of Juvenile Delinquency --  Chapter objectives -- Overview of juvenile delinquency --  Defining adolescence and lack of a uniform definition -- Types of Juvenile Misconduct -- Juvenile arrests --  Measuring Delinquency – National Incident-based Reporting System -- Goals of the Juvenile Justice System -- Factors that influence juvenile behaviors – Exposure to Violence – Teenaged Brains – Abused Children – Poverty-Crime Connection – Family Structure – Social Norms -- Overview of delinquency theories -- Crime and Age – Age-Crime Curve – Special Categories of Offenders -- Female Delinquency --    Overview of federal action on juvenile Justice – Foundation of Federal Involvement  -- Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 1974 -- Practicum -- Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions / Chapter 2: Issues Involving Juvenile Delinquency -- Chapter objectives -- Do We Need A Separate Court System? -- Juveniles Involved in Sex Trafficking --  Primary Purpose of Juvenile Justice Courts – Privately Operated Juvenile Institutions – School-to- Prison Pipeline -- Juveniles Who Commit Violent Crimes: Mexican Research Study – Methodology – Crimes Committed – Selected Finds of the Study – Conclusions of the Research Group -- Pathways to Desistance Study – Reduced Reoffending Over Time – Deterrence Among High-Risk Youth – Bullying -- Cyberdelinquency -- Practicum – Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions / Part II: DELINQUENCY CAUSATION THEORIES -- Chapter 3: Classical and Positivists Concepts -- Chapter objectives --  Delinquency Behaviors --  Early Theories of Delinquency --  Classical Concepts – Social Contract Theory of Governmental Power – Cesare Beccaria and the Development of the Classical School -- Free Will – Principles of Utilitarianism – Neoclassical School – Overview of the Classical Theory -- Rational Choice Theory – Overview of the Rational Choice Theory -- Mental Capacity Defenses – Insanity Defense – Age Rules on Culpability -- Early Positivist Concepts – Positivist Concepts -- Biological Explanations of Delinquency – Heredity as a factor – Body Type as a Factor – Difference and Defectiveness Theories – Crime and Diet -- Psychological Concepts – Psychoanalytic Theories – Emotional Problem Theories – Mental Disorder Theories – Sociopathic Personality Theories – Thinking Pattern Theories -- Practicum -- Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions -- Chapter 4: Social Structure Concepts -- Chapter objectives -- Causation Theories – Social Norms – Socialization -- Anomie -- Social Structure Processes – Strain Theories – Robert Merton and the Strain Theory – Differential Opportunity Theory – General Strain Theory -- Subcultural Theories – Albert Cohen -- Institutional Anomie Theory -- Symbolic Interaction Theories – Differential Association – Differential Association Reinforcement – Labeling -- Ecological Theories – Chicago School – Social Disorganization Theory – Broken Windows Theory – Collective Efficacy – Practicum – Summary --Discussion and Review Questions -- Chapter 5: Social Process and Integrated Theories  -- Chapter Objectives -- Social Control Theories -- Social Bond Theories – Albert J. Reiss – Delinquency and Drift – Containment Theory -- Conflict Theories -- Critical Theories – Austin Turk – Richard Quinney – Key Concepts of Critical Criminology – Radical Criminology -- Social Learning Theory -- Multi-Factor Theories of Crime -- Integrated Theories – Developmental Theories of Delinquency – Integrated Cognitive Antisocial Potential Theory – Social Development Model -- Control Balance Theory -- Differential Coercion Theory -- Practicum -- Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions / Part III: DELINQUENCY INFLUENCES -- Chapter 6: Families & Peers Delinquency Influences -- Chapter objectives -- Family Influences – Family Structures and Delinquency – Birth Order – Child Abuse and Neglect – Biological Factors – Children Exposed to Violence – Hyperactivity – Antisocial Behavior – The Terrible Twos – Family Structure and Juvenile Court -- Early Childhood Disruptive Behavior -- Functional Family Theory – Goals – Intervention Phases – Assessment – Shifting of Parenting Styles and Delinquency -- Peers and Delinquency – Impact of Peer Relationships – Peer Rejection -- Practicum -- Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions -- Chapter 7: Youth Gangs -- Chapter objectives -- Youth Gang Issues -- Defining Youth Gangs – Federal Definition – Defining “Youth Gangs” – State and Local Definitions --  History of Youth Gangs -- Gang Indicators --Indicators of Youth Gang Involvement -- Dynamics of Youth Gangs – Gang Specialization – Female Gang Delinquency -- Why Youths Join Gangs -- Consequences of Gang Membership -- Preventing Gang Membership – Prevention Options -- Promising Programs for Dealing with Youth Gangs – Gang Resistance Education and Training – The OJJDP Comprehensive Gang Model – Homeboy Industries – Gang Rescue and Support Project – Project Safe Neighborhoods – BUILD Program – Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative -- National Youth Gang Center -- Practicum -- Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions -- Chapter 8: Juveniles and Police -- Chapter objectives -- Police and Juvenile Offenders -- Police Discretion – Contempt of Cop – Racial Bias – Ethnic Identity and Attitudes Towards Police -- School Resource Officers – History of School Resource Officers – Issues with SROs – Juvenile Police Officers – National Association of School Resource Officers and State Associations -- Police and Rule of Law – Juvenile Curfews and the Police – Searches – New Jersey v. T.L.O. – SRO Search of Student: In the Matter of S.W. – Interrogation – Parents’ Rights to be Present During Interrogation -- Practicum -- Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions / Part IV: JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM -- Chapter 9: Juvenile Justice -- Chapter objectives -- Development of Juvenile Justice – Early Justice – House of Refuge – Juvenile Courts -- Juvenile Justice Reform – Louisiana Case Study – Missouri Model of Care in Juvenile Lockups -- Development of Dependency Jurisdiction -- U.S. Supreme Court and the Rights of Juveniles – Cases Involving Juvenile Justice Proceedings – Sentencing and Commitment Issues – Other Issues Involving Juvenile Rights and Protections -- Practicum -- Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions -- Chapter 10: Juvenile Court Hearings -- Chapter objectives -- Overview -- The Petition – Temporary Custody – Case Development – Wavier of Counsel – Juvenile Justice Hearings – Temporary Custody Hearing – Jurisdiction or Intake Hearing -- Adjudicatory Hearing – Judicial Disposition Hearing -- Rights at Juvenile Hearings – Right to a Jury Trial – Right to a Public Trial – Right to a Speedy Trial – Right to an Interpreter – Right to Bail -- Appealing A Juvenile Adjudication -- Persons Involved in the Hearings – Right to Counsel – Prosecutor – Hearing Judge -- Reponses and Plea Bargaining -- Practicum – Summary --  Discussion and Review Questions -- Chapter 11: Juvenile Corrections -- Chapter Objectives -- Juvenile Probation – Historical Development – Probation Practices Juvenile Justice – Shock Probation – Criteria for Granting Probation -- Conditions of Probation – Conditions of Probation -- Interstate Compact on Juveniles -- Juvenile Probation Officers – Restorative Justice -- Revocation of Probation -- Practicum -- Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions -- Chapter 12: Juvenile Institutions -- Chapter objectives --Overview   Sexual Violence in Juvenile Institutions -- Residential Treatment – Houses of Refuge – Training Schools – Arizona Detention Services Bureau – Solitary Confinement of Juveniles – Private Institutions -- Juvenile Parole -- Types of Institutions – Juvenile Detention Centers – Shelters – Juvenile Boot Camps – Reception and Diagnostic Centers – Training Schools – Juvenile Probation Camps – Ranches – Group Homes – Juvenile Residential Reentry Centers -- Does Detention make them worst? – The Massachusetts Experience – Practicum – Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions -- Chapter 13: Transfers to Adult Criminal Court -- Chapter Objective -- Overview -- Statistics on Waivers -- Waiver of Jurisdiction – Kent v. United States -- Double Jeopardy and the Wavier Decision – Breed v. Jones – Transfer Requirements for Discretionary Waivers -- Right to Appeal Waiver -- Direct Filing in Adult Criminal Court – Mandatory Waiver – Direct Filing – Presumptive Waiver -- Practicum -- Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions -- Chapter 14: Enhancing Juvenile Protection -- Chapter objectives -- Termination of Parental Rights -- Protective Orders -- Disclosure of Juvenile Information – Court Cases -- Expunction of Juvenile Records – What is Expungement? – Expungement Process – Sealing --Dual System Youths -- Juvenile Competency Procedures – The Dusky Standard – Factors Used to Evaluate the Dusky Standard -- Juvenile Drug Courts – Indicators of Need for a Juvenile Court – Juvenile Drug Court Goals – Development of Juvenile Drug Courts – How Juvenile Drug Courts Function – Juvenile Drug Treatment Programs – Maine Juvenile Drug Court Program -- Teen Courts -- Status Offenses – Who Commits Status Offenses – Adjudication and Disposition – Detention – Diversion – Curfew Laws – Truancy -- Practicum – Summary--  Discussion and Review Questions -- Chapter 15: Comparative Review of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency -- Chapter Objectives -- Overview -- United Nations Standards on Juvenile Justice -- United Nations World Youth Report – Basic Assumptions of Delinquent Behavior – Causes of and Conditions for the Formation of Delinquent Trajectories – Regional Aspects of Delinquency – Preventing Juvenile Delinquency -- Comparative Study of Youth Crime -- Australia – Definition of Child – Legal Process -- Canada – China --  France -- Great Britain -- India – Japan -- Practicum -- Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions --  Glossary – Index.Throughout Cliff Roberson and Elena Azaola gives students a detailed discussion of and what constitutes juvenile delinquency to allow for better understanding of this phenomenon. In each of the chapters, the authors encourage the student to develop new insights on criminal behavior of juveniles. The book makes the subject come alive by the generous use of “down to earth” examples of the issues involved in the area. While each chapter builds on the previous chapters, the book is written in a manner to reduce the necessity of memorization by students. Each chapter begins with chapter objectives that highlights key points for the student and brief chapter outlines. Each chapter closes with a practicum, chapter summary, and discussion and review questions which enhance student learning. The book closes with a glossary where student may refer to they key terms and words throughout the text. -- provided by publisher.
Subjects: Juvenile delinquency.; Juvenile justice, Administration of.; Juvenile delinquency;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
unAPI

Juvenile delinquency : why do youths commit crime? / by Roberson, Cliff,1937-author.; Azaola Garrido, Elena,author.;
Preface / Acknowledgements / Part I: JUVENILE DELIQUENCY OVERVIEW -- Chapter 1: Introduction to the Study of Juvenile Delinquency --  Chapter objectives -- Overview of juvenile delinquency --  Defining adolescence and lack of a uniform definition -- Types of Juvenile Misconduct -- Juvenile arrests --  Measuring Delinquency – National Incident-based Reporting System -- Goals of the Juvenile Justice System -- Factors that influence juvenile behaviors – Exposure to Violence – Teenaged Brains – Abused Children – Poverty-Crime Connection – Family Structure – Social Norms -- Overview of delinquency theories -- Crime and Age – Age-Crime Curve – Special Categories of Offenders -- Female Delinquency --    Overview of federal action on juvenile Justice – Foundation of Federal Involvement  -- Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 1974 -- Practicum -- Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions / Chapter 2: Issues Involving Juvenile Delinquency -- Chapter objectives -- Do We Need A Separate Court System? -- Juveniles Involved in Sex Trafficking --  Primary Purpose of Juvenile Justice Courts – Privately Operated Juvenile Institutions – School-to- Prison Pipeline -- Juveniles Who Commit Violent Crimes: Mexican Research Study – Methodology – Crimes Committed – Selected Finds of the Study – Conclusions of the Research Group -- Pathways to Desistance Study – Reduced Reoffending Over Time – Deterrence Among High-Risk Youth – Bullying -- Cyberdelinquency -- Practicum – Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions / Part II: DELINQUENCY CAUSATION THEORIES -- Chapter 3: Classical and Positivists Concepts -- Chapter objectives --  Delinquency Behaviors --  Early Theories of Delinquency --  Classical Concepts – Social Contract Theory of Governmental Power – Cesare Beccaria and the Development of the Classical School -- Free Will – Principles of Utilitarianism – Neoclassical School – Overview of the Classical Theory -- Rational Choice Theory – Overview of the Rational Choice Theory -- Mental Capacity Defenses – Insanity Defense – Age Rules on Culpability -- Early Positivist Concepts – Positivist Concepts -- Biological Explanations of Delinquency – Heredity as a factor – Body Type as a Factor – Difference and Defectiveness Theories – Crime and Diet -- Psychological Concepts – Psychoanalytic Theories – Emotional Problem Theories – Mental Disorder Theories – Sociopathic Personality Theories – Thinking Pattern Theories -- Practicum -- Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions -- Chapter 4: Social Structure Concepts -- Chapter objectives -- Causation Theories – Social Norms – Socialization -- Anomie -- Social Structure Processes – Strain Theories – Robert Merton and the Strain Theory – Differential Opportunity Theory – General Strain Theory -- Subcultural Theories – Albert Cohen -- Institutional Anomie Theory -- Symbolic Interaction Theories – Differential Association – Differential Association Reinforcement – Labeling -- Ecological Theories – Chicago School – Social Disorganization Theory – Broken Windows Theory – Collective Efficacy – Practicum – Summary --Discussion and Review Questions -- Chapter 5: Social Process and Integrated Theories  -- Chapter Objectives -- Social Control Theories -- Social Bond Theories – Albert J. Reiss – Delinquency and Drift – Containment Theory -- Conflict Theories -- Critical Theories – Austin Turk – Richard Quinney – Key Concepts of Critical Criminology – Radical Criminology -- Social Learning Theory -- Multi-Factor Theories of Crime -- Integrated Theories – Developmental Theories of Delinquency – Integrated Cognitive Antisocial Potential Theory – Social Development Model -- Control Balance Theory -- Differential Coercion Theory -- Practicum -- Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions / Part III: DELINQUENCY INFLUENCES -- Chapter 6: Families & Peers Delinquency Influences -- Chapter objectives -- Family Influences – Family Structures and Delinquency – Birth Order – Child Abuse and Neglect – Biological Factors – Children Exposed to Violence – Hyperactivity – Antisocial Behavior – The Terrible Twos – Family Structure and Juvenile Court -- Early Childhood Disruptive Behavior -- Functional Family Theory – Goals – Intervention Phases – Assessment – Shifting of Parenting Styles and Delinquency -- Peers and Delinquency – Impact of Peer Relationships – Peer Rejection -- Practicum -- Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions -- Chapter 7: Youth Gangs -- Chapter objectives -- Youth Gang Issues -- Defining Youth Gangs – Federal Definition – Defining “Youth Gangs” – State and Local Definitions --  History of Youth Gangs -- Gang Indicators --Indicators of Youth Gang Involvement -- Dynamics of Youth Gangs – Gang Specialization – Female Gang Delinquency -- Why Youths Join Gangs -- Consequences of Gang Membership -- Preventing Gang Membership – Prevention Options -- Promising Programs for Dealing with Youth Gangs – Gang Resistance Education and Training – The OJJDP Comprehensive Gang Model – Homeboy Industries – Gang Rescue and Support Project – Project Safe Neighborhoods – BUILD Program – Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative -- National Youth Gang Center -- Practicum -- Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions -- Chapter 8: Juveniles and Police -- Chapter objectives -- Police and Juvenile Offenders -- Police Discretion – Contempt of Cop – Racial Bias – Ethnic Identity and Attitudes Towards Police -- School Resource Officers – History of School Resource Officers – Issues with SROs – Juvenile Police Officers – National Association of School Resource Officers and State Associations -- Police and Rule of Law – Juvenile Curfews and the Police – Searches – New Jersey v. T.L.O. – SRO Search of Student: In the Matter of S.W. – Interrogation – Parents’ Rights to be Present During Interrogation -- Practicum -- Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions / Part IV: JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM -- Chapter 9: Juvenile Justice -- Chapter objectives -- Development of Juvenile Justice – Early Justice – House of Refuge – Juvenile Courts -- Juvenile Justice Reform – Louisiana Case Study – Missouri Model of Care in Juvenile Lockups -- Development of Dependency Jurisdiction -- U.S. Supreme Court and the Rights of Juveniles – Cases Involving Juvenile Justice Proceedings – Sentencing and Commitment Issues – Other Issues Involving Juvenile Rights and Protections -- Practicum -- Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions -- Chapter 10: Juvenile Court Hearings -- Chapter objectives -- Overview -- The Petition – Temporary Custody – Case Development – Wavier of Counsel – Juvenile Justice Hearings – Temporary Custody Hearing – Jurisdiction or Intake Hearing -- Adjudicatory Hearing – Judicial Disposition Hearing -- Rights at Juvenile Hearings – Right to a Jury Trial – Right to a Public Trial – Right to a Speedy Trial – Right to an Interpreter – Right to Bail -- Appealing A Juvenile Adjudication -- Persons Involved in the Hearings – Right to Counsel – Prosecutor – Hearing Judge -- Reponses and Plea Bargaining -- Practicum – Summary --  Discussion and Review Questions -- Chapter 11: Juvenile Corrections -- Chapter Objectives -- Juvenile Probation – Historical Development – Probation Practices Juvenile Justice – Shock Probation – Criteria for Granting Probation -- Conditions of Probation – Conditions of Probation -- Interstate Compact on Juveniles -- Juvenile Probation Officers – Restorative Justice -- Revocation of Probation -- Practicum -- Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions -- Chapter 12: Juvenile Institutions -- Chapter objectives --Overview   Sexual Violence in Juvenile Institutions -- Residential Treatment – Houses of Refuge – Training Schools – Arizona Detention Services Bureau – Solitary Confinement of Juveniles – Private Institutions -- Juvenile Parole -- Types of Institutions – Juvenile Detention Centers – Shelters – Juvenile Boot Camps – Reception and Diagnostic Centers – Training Schools – Juvenile Probation Camps – Ranches – Group Homes – Juvenile Residential Reentry Centers -- Does Detention make them worst? – The Massachusetts Experience – Practicum – Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions -- Chapter 13: Transfers to Adult Criminal Court -- Chapter Objective -- Overview -- Statistics on Waivers -- Waiver of Jurisdiction – Kent v. United States -- Double Jeopardy and the Wavier Decision – Breed v. Jones – Transfer Requirements for Discretionary Waivers -- Right to Appeal Waiver -- Direct Filing in Adult Criminal Court – Mandatory Waiver – Direct Filing – Presumptive Waiver -- Practicum -- Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions -- Chapter 14: Enhancing Juvenile Protection -- Chapter objectives -- Termination of Parental Rights -- Protective Orders -- Disclosure of Juvenile Information – Court Cases -- Expunction of Juvenile Records – What is Expungement? – Expungement Process – Sealing --Dual System Youths -- Juvenile Competency Procedures – The Dusky Standard – Factors Used to Evaluate the Dusky Standard -- Juvenile Drug Courts – Indicators of Need for a Juvenile Court – Juvenile Drug Court Goals – Development of Juvenile Drug Courts – How Juvenile Drug Courts Function – Juvenile Drug Treatment Programs – Maine Juvenile Drug Court Program -- Teen Courts -- Status Offenses – Who Commits Status Offenses – Adjudication and Disposition – Detention – Diversion – Curfew Laws – Truancy -- Practicum – Summary--  Discussion and Review Questions -- Chapter 15: Comparative Review of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency -- Chapter Objectives -- Overview -- United Nations Standards on Juvenile Justice -- United Nations World Youth Report – Basic Assumptions of Delinquent Behavior – Causes of and Conditions for the Formation of Delinquent Trajectories – Regional Aspects of Delinquency – Preventing Juvenile Delinquency -- Comparative Study of Youth Crime -- Australia – Definition of Child – Legal Process -- Canada – China --  France -- Great Britain -- India – Japan -- Practicum -- Summary -- Discussion and Review Questions --  Glossary – Index.Throughout Cliff Roberson and Elena Azaola gives students a detailed discussion of and what constitutes juvenile delinquency to allow for better understanding of this phenomenon. In each of the chapters, the authors encourage the student to develop new insights on criminal behavior of juveniles. The book makes the subject come alive by the generous use of “down to earth” examples of the issues involved in the area. While each chapter builds on the previous chapters, the book is written in a manner to reduce the necessity of memorization by students. Each chapter begins with chapter objectives that highlights key points for the student and brief chapter outlines. Each chapter closes with a practicum, chapter summary, and discussion and review questions which enhance student learning. The book closes with a glossary where student may refer to they key terms and words throughout the text. -- provided by publisher.Description based on print version record.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Juvenile delinquency.; Juvenile justice, Administration of.;
On-line resources: https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/kirtland-ebooks/detail.action?docID=6420522 -- Available  online. Click here to access.;
unAPI

The Criminal Justice System / by Hooper, Michael(Michael K.),Editor.; Masters, Ruth,Editor.;
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.VOLUME 1 -- Publisher's Note -- Contributors -- Complete List of Contents --Introduction -- Abortion -- Adultery -- Alcohol use and abuse -- Animal abuse -- Anti-Racketeering Act of 1934 -- Arson -- Assault and battery -- Attempt to commit a crime -- Autopsies -- Bigamy and polygamy -- Blackmail and extortion -- Breach of the peace -- Bribery -- Bullying -- Burglary -- Carjacking -- Child abduction by parents -- Child abuse and molestation -- Commercialized vice -- Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2016 (CARA) -- Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act -- Comstock law -- Conspiracy -- Constitution, U.S. -- Consumer fraud -- Corporate scandals -- Counterfeiting -- Crime -- Crime index -- Crimes of passion -- Criminal justice in U.S. history -- Criminal justice system -- Criminals -- Criminology -- Date rape -- Designer and date rape drugs -- Disorderly conduct -- Domestic violence and criminal justice -- Drive-by shootings -- Drug legalization -- Drug testing -- Drunk driving -- Embezzlement -- Environmental crimes -- Female offenders -- Feminist criminology -- Forensic psychology -- Forgery -- Fraud -- Gambling -- Graffiti -- Hate crime -- Hit-and-run accidents -- Hobbs Act -- Hoover, J.Edgar -- Human trafficking -- Illegal aliens and criminal justice -- Inchoate crimes -- Indecent exposure -- Insider trading -- Insurance fraud -- Jaycee Lee Dugard case (2009) -- Jaywalking -- Justice -- Kidnapping -- Ku Klux Klan -- Loitering -- Lynching -- Mafia -- Mann Act -- Manslaughter -- Mass and serial murders -- Mental illness and crime -- Missing persons -- Money laundering -- Mothers Against Drunk Driving -- Motor vehicle theft -- Murder and homicide --National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence -- National Narcotics Act -- National Stolen Property Act Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 -- Opium Exclusion Act -- Organized crime -- Organized Crime Control Act -- Pandering -- Peacemaking criminology -- Perjury -- Pickpocketing -- Political corruption -- Pornography and obscenity -- Principals (criminal) -- Prohibition -- Psychopathy -- Public-order offenses -- R.A.V. v. City of St. Paul -- Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act -- Rape and sex offenses -- Reckless endangerment -- Recreational and medical marijuana movements -- Regulatory crime -- Right to bear arms -- Robbery -- Schools of criminology -- Seditious libel -- Sexual harassment and criminal justice -- Sherman Antitrust Act -- Shoplifting -- Skyjacking -- Sobriety testing -- Sports and crime -- Stalking -- Suicide and euthanasia -- Suspects-- Tax evasion -- Telephone fraud -- Television news -- Texas v. Johnson -- Theft -- Treason Treasury Department, U.S. -- Trespass -- Unabomber -- Uniform Crime Reports -- Vandalism -- Vigilantism -- Violent Criminal Apprehension Program -- Virginia v. Black -- Voting fraud -- War crimes -- White-collar crime -- Wisconsin v. Mitchell -- Accomplices and accessories -- Aggravating circumstances -- Amicus curiae briefs -- Annotated codes -- Antitrust law --Arizona v. Fulminante -- Arrest -- Arrest warrants -- Asset forfeiture -- Atwater v. City of Lago Vista -- Automobile searches -- Bill of Rights, U.S. -- Bivens v. Six Unknown Named Agents -- Brown v. Mississippi -- Burden of proof -- California v. Greenwood -- Chimel v. California -- Circumstantial evidence -- Citizen's arrests -- Color of law -- Common law -- Comprehensive Crime Control Act -- Confessions -- Consent searches -- Criminal intent -- Criminal law -- Criminal liability -- Criminal procedure -- Cultural defense -- Decriminalization -- Defenses to crime -- Diminished capacity -- Diplomatic immunity -- Double jeopardy -- Due process of law -- Duress -- Entrapment -- Equal protection under the law -- Escobedo v. Illinois -- Ex post facto laws -- Exclusionary rule -- Excuses and justifications -- Extradition -- Federal Crimes Act -- Felon disfranchisement -- Felonies -- Gun laws -- Harris v.United States -- Hearsay -- Hurtado v. California -- Ignorance of the law -- Illinois v. Gates -- Illinois v. Krull -- Illinois v. McArthur -- Illinois v. Wardlow -- Incorporation doctrine -- Information (written accusation) -- Insanity defense -- International law -- Jim Crow laws -- Knowles v. Iowa -- Lesser-included offenses -- Lindbergh law -- Magna Carta -- Mala in se and mala prohibita -- Malice -- Manhattan Bail Project -- Mapp v. Ohio -- Martial law -- Maryland v. Buie -- Maryland v. Craig -- Massachusetts v. Sheppard -- Mens rea -- Military justice -- Miranda rights -- Miranda v. Arizona -- Misdemeanors -- Mitigating circumstances -- Model Penal Code -- Moral turpitude -- Motives -- Multiple jurisdiction offenses -- New Jersey v. T.L.O. -- No-knock warrants -- Payne v.Tennessee -- Plain view doctrine -- Presumption of innocence -- Preventive detention -- Privileged communications -- Probable cause -- Proximate cause -- Punitive damages -- Reasonable doubt -- Reasonable suspicion -- Rules of evidence -- Search and seizure -- Search warrants -- Self-defense -- Sex offender registries -- Sexually Violent Predator Acts -- Statutes -- Statutes of limitations -- Stop and frisk -- Strict liability offenses -- Terry v. Ohio -- Traffic law -- United States Code -- United States Statutes at Large -- United States v. Alvarez- Machain -- United States v. Leon -- United States v.Lopez -- Vagrancy laws -- Vicarious liability -- Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act -- Weeks v. United States -- Whren v. United States -- Wilson v. Arkansas / VOLUME 2 -- Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, -- U.S. Bureau of -- BlackLives Matter Movement/Blue Lives Matter Movement -- Body-worn cameras -- Booking -- Border patrols -- Boston police strike -- Broken windows theory -- Campus police -- Civilian review boards -- Cold cases -- Community-oriented policing -- Crime analysis -- Crime scene investigation -- Dallas and Baton Rouge police officer attacks (2016) -- DARE programs -- Deadly force -- Discretion -- Drug Enforcement Administration, U.S. (DEA) -- Drugs and law enforcement -- Evidence-based policing -- Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S.-- Frankpledge and watch system -- Graham v. Connor (1989) -- High-speed chases -- Highway patrols -- Homeland Security, U.S. Department of -- Intelligence-led policing -- Internal affairs -- Internal Revenue Service, U.S. -- Interpol -- Justice Department, U.S. -- King beating case -- Knapp Commission -- Kyllo v. United States -- Law enforcement -- Law Enforcement Assistance Administration -- Marshals Service, U.S. -- MOVE bombing -- National Guard -- Neighborhood watch programs -- Noble cause corruption -- Peace Officer Standards and Training -- Police -- Police academies -- Police brutality -- Police chiefs --Police civil liability -- Police corruption -- Police detectives -- Police dogs-- Police ethics -- Police lineups -- Police militarization -- Police powers -- Police psychologists -- Police subculture -- Posse comitatus -- Predictive policing -- Preventive patrol -- Private police and guards -- Problem-oriented policing -- Procedural justice -- Racial profiling and criminal justice -- Reasonable force -- Resisting arrest -- Secret Service, U.S. -- Sheriffs -- Slave patrols -- Special weapons and tactics teams (SWAT) -- Stakeouts -- State police -- Sting operations -- Strategic policing -- Tennessee v. Garner -- Treasury Department, U.S. -- Use of force -- Vehicle checkpoints --Warrior versus guardian mentality -- Wickersham Commission -- Women in law enforcement and corrections -- Acquittal -- Amnesty -- Appellate process -- Argersinger v.Hamlin -- Arraignment -- Attorney ethics -- Attorney General, U.S. -- Attorneys general, state -- Australia's "Reintegrative Shaming" approach -- Bail system -- Bailiffs -- Barker v. Wingo -- Batson v. Kentucky -- Bench warrants -- Bifurcated trials -- Bill of particulars -- Blended sentences -- Brady v. United States -- Capital punishment -- Case law -- Cease-and-desist orders -- Certiorari -- Chain of custody -- Change of venue -- Citations -- Civil commitment -- Clemency -- Clerks of the court -- Coker v. Georgia -- Competency to stand trial -- Concurrent sentences -- Contempt of court -- Convictions -- Corporal punishment -- Counsel, right to -- Court reporters -- Court types -- Criminal prosecution -- Cross-examination -- Cruel and unusual punishment -- Death qualification -- Defendant self-representation --Defendants -- Defense attorneys -- Deportation -- Depositions -- Deterrence --Discovery -- Dismissals -- District attorneys -- Diversion -- Drug courts -- Effective counsel -- Execution, forms of -- Execution of judgment -- Expert witnesses -- Eyewitness testimony -- False convictions -- Faretta v. California -- Fines -- Ford v. Wainwright -- Furman v. Georgia -- Gag orders -- Gideon v. Wainwright -- Grand juries -- Gregg v. Georgia -- Habeas corpus -- Harmelin v.Michigan -- Harmless error -- Hearings -- Hung juries -- Immunity fromprosecution -- Impeachment of judges -- In forma pauperis -- Indeterminatesentencing -- Indictment -- Inquests -- Jessica's Law/Jessica Lunsford Act(2005) -- Judges -- Judicial review -- Judicial system, U.S. -- Jurisdiction of courts -- Jury nullification -- Jury sequestration -- Jury system -- Just deserts -- Mandamus -- Mandatory sentencing -- Massiah v. United States -- McCleskey v. Kemp -- Minnick v. Mississippi -- Miscarriage of justice -- Night courts -- Nolle prosequi -- Nolo contendere -- Objections -- Obstruction of justice -- Opinions -- Palko v. Connecticut -- Pardons -- People v. George Zimmerman(2013) -- Plea bargaining -- Pleas -- Powell v. Alabama -- Precedent -- Preliminary hearings -- Presentence investigations -- Prosecutorial abuse -- Public defenders -- Public prosecutors -- Punishment -- Restitution -- Restorative justice -- Restraining orders -- Reversible error -- Robinson v.California -- Rummel v. Estelle -- Santobello v. New York -- Scottsboro cases -- Self-incrimination, privilege against -- Sentencing -- Sentencing guidelines, U.S. -- Solem v. Helm -- Speedy trial right -- Standards of proof -- Stanford v. Kentucky -- Stare decisis -- Subpoena power -- Summonses -- Supreme Court, U.S., and criminal rights -- Suspended sentences -- Testimony -- Three-strikes laws -- Tison v. Arizona -- Traffic courts -- Traffic fines -- Trial publicity -- Trials -- United States Sentencing Commission -- Verdicts --Voir dire -- Witherspoon v. Illinois -- Witness protection programs -- Witnesses -- World Court  / VOLUME 3 -- Addiction -- AIDS -- Ashker v.Brown (2015) -- Auburn system -- Battered child and battered wife syndromes -- Boot camps -- Chain gangs -- Community-based corrections -- Community service -- Conjugal visitation in prison -- Crime victimization: primary and secondary -- "Dark figure of crime" -- Elderly prisoners -- Forestry camps -- Good time -- Halfway houses -- History of incarceration -- Homeless women and victimization -- House arrest -- Incapacitation -- LGBTQ prisoners -- Medical model of offender treatment -- National Crime Victimization Survey -- National Organization for Victim Assistance -- "Not-in-my-backyard" attitudes -- Opioid treatment breakthroughs -- Palmer raids -- Parole -- Parole boards -- Parole Commission, U.S. -- Parole officers -- Pennsylvania system of corrections -- Prison and jail systems -- Prison escapes -- Prison guards -- Prison health care -- Prison industries -- Prison inmate subculture -- Prison overcrowding -- Prison/prisoner classification systems -- Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) of 2003 -- Prison violence -- Prisoner rights -- Prisons, Federal Bureau of -- Privatization of institutional and community corrections, including faith-based programs -- Probation, adult -- Probation,juvenile -- Realignment (PSR) policy -- Recidivism -- Rehabilitation -- Scandinavia's prison experience -- Security threat groups (STGs)/prison gangs -- Smith Act -- Solitary confinement -- Supermax prisons -- Victim and Witness Protection Act -- Victim assistance programs -- Victim impact statements -- Victim-offender mediation -- Victim recovery stages -- Victimization theories -- Victimless crimes -- Victimology -- Victims of Crime Act -- Victims of Trafficking Act of 2015 -- Victims services -- Walnut Street Jail -- Work camps-- Work-release programs -- Youth authorities -- Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act (2006) -- Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty -- Bloodstains -- Boston Marathon Bombing (2013) -- Bounty hunters -- Bureau of Justice Statistics -- Civil disobedience -- Clear and present danger test -- Computer crime -- Computer forensics -- Computer information systems -- Contributing to delinquency of minors -- Coroners -- Crime labs -- Criminal history record information -- Criminal justice education -- Criminal records --Cybercrime investigation -- DNA testing -- Document analysis -- Electronic surveillance -- Espionage -- Fingerprint identification -- Forensic accounting -- Forensics -- Freedom of assembly and association -- Fusion Centers -- Gault, In re -- Geographic information systems -- Identity theft -- Juvenile courts -- Juvenile delinquency -- Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act -- Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of -- Juvenile justice system -- Juvenile waivers to adult courts -- Katz v. United States -- Latent evidence -- Lone wolf -- Medical examiners -- National Crime Information Center -- National Institute of Justice -- Nonviolent resistance -- Olmstead v. UnitedStates -- Parens patriae -- Paris terrorist attacks (2015) -- Patriot Act -- Pedophilia -- People v. Nidal Hasan (2013) -- Polygraph testing -- Pornography,child -- Post-traumatic stress disorder -- President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice -- Print media -- Privacy rights -- Psychological profiling -- Religious sects and cults -- Roper v. Simmons (2005) -- San Bernardino terrorist attack (2015) -- Schall v. Martin -- School violence -- September 11, 2001, attacks -- Sex discrimination -- Shoe prints and tire-tracks -- Social media -- Status offenses -- Surveillance cameras -- Technology's transformative effect -- Terrorism -- Toxicology -- Trace evidence -- Uniform Juvenile Court Act -- USA FREEDOM Act (2015) -- Victims of Child Abuse Act Reauthorization Act (2013) -- Wiretaps and criminal justice -- Youth gangs -- Bibliography of Basic Works on Criminal Justice -- Glossary -- Crime Rates and Definitions -- Crime Trends -- Supreme Court Rulings on Criminal Justice -- Famous American Trials -- Time Line -- Topics by Subject Category -- Index to Court Cases -- Index to Laws and Acts -- Personages Index -- Subject Index.Presents a three volume set that covers the most important aspects of criminal justice in the United States, detailing the commission and frequency of crimes through the investigation, apprehension, prosecution, and punishment of wrongdoers.
Subjects: Reference works.; Criminal justice, Administration of; Criminal procedure; Crime; Criminal law;
Available copies: 3 / Total copies: 3
unAPI

The Criminal Justice System / by Hooper, Michael(Michael K.),editor.; Masters, Ruth,editor.;
VOLUME 1 -- Publisher's Note -- Contributors -- Complete List of Contents --Introduction -- Abortion -- Adultery -- Alcohol use and abuse -- Animal abuse -- Anti-Racketeering Act of 1934 -- Arson -- Assault and battery -- Attempt to commit a crime -- Autopsies -- Bigamy and polygamy -- Blackmail and extortion -- Breach of the peace -- Bribery -- Bullying -- Burglary -- Carjacking -- Child abduction by parents -- Child abuse and molestation -- Commercialized vice -- Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2016 (CARA) -- Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act -- Comstock law -- Conspiracy -- Constitution, U.S. -- Consumer fraud -- Corporate scandals -- Counterfeiting -- Crime -- Crime index -- Crimes of passion -- Criminal justice in U.S. history -- Criminal justice system -- Criminals -- Criminology -- Date rape -- Designer and date rape drugs -- Disorderly conduct -- Domestic violence and criminal justice -- Drive-by shootings -- Drug legalization -- Drug testing -- Drunk driving -- Embezzlement -- Environmental crimes -- Female offenders -- Feminist criminology -- Forensic psychology -- Forgery -- Fraud -- Gambling -- Graffiti -- Hate crime -- Hit-and-run accidents -- Hobbs Act -- Hoover, J.Edgar -- Human trafficking -- Illegal aliens and criminal justice -- Inchoate crimes -- Indecent exposure -- Insider trading -- Insurance fraud -- Jaycee Lee Dugard case (2009) -- Jaywalking -- Justice -- Kidnapping -- Ku Klux Klan -- Loitering -- Lynching -- Mafia -- Mann Act -- Manslaughter -- Mass and serial murders -- Mental illness and crime -- Missing persons -- Money laundering -- Mothers Against Drunk Driving -- Motor vehicle theft -- Murder and homicide --National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence -- National Narcotics Act -- National Stolen Property Act Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 -- Opium Exclusion Act -- Organized crime -- Organized Crime Control Act -- Pandering -- Peacemaking criminology -- Perjury -- Pickpocketing -- Political corruption -- Pornography and obscenity -- Principals (criminal) -- Prohibition -- Psychopathy -- Public-order offenses -- R.A.V. v. City of St. Paul -- Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act -- Rape and sex offenses -- Reckless endangerment -- Recreational and medical marijuana movements -- Regulatory crime -- Right to bear arms -- Robbery -- Schools of criminology -- Seditious libel -- Sexual harassment and criminal justice -- Sherman Antitrust Act -- Shoplifting -- Skyjacking -- Sobriety testing -- Sports and crime -- Stalking -- Suicide and euthanasia -- Suspects-- Tax evasion -- Telephone fraud -- Television news -- Texas v. Johnson -- Theft -- Treason Treasury Department, U.S. -- Trespass -- Unabomber -- Uniform Crime Reports -- Vandalism -- Vigilantism -- Violent Criminal Apprehension Program -- Virginia v. Black -- Voting fraud -- War crimes -- White-collar crime -- Wisconsin v. Mitchell -- Accomplices and accessories -- Aggravating circumstances -- Amicus curiae briefs -- Annotated codes -- Antitrust law --Arizona v. Fulminante -- Arrest -- Arrest warrants -- Asset forfeiture -- Atwater v. City of Lago Vista -- Automobile searches -- Bill of Rights, U.S. -- Bivens v. Six Unknown Named Agents -- Brown v. Mississippi -- Burden of proof -- California v. Greenwood -- Chimel v. California -- Circumstantial evidence -- Citizen's arrests -- Color of law -- Common law -- Comprehensive Crime Control Act -- Confessions -- Consent searches -- Criminal intent -- Criminal law -- Criminal liability -- Criminal procedure -- Cultural defense -- Decriminalization -- Defenses to crime -- Diminished capacity -- Diplomatic immunity -- Double jeopardy -- Due process of law -- Duress -- Entrapment -- Equal protection under the law -- Escobedo v. Illinois -- Ex post facto laws -- Exclusionary rule -- Excuses and justifications -- Extradition -- Federal Crimes Act -- Felon disfranchisement -- Felonies -- Gun laws -- Harris v.United States -- Hearsay -- Hurtado v. California -- Ignorance of the law -- Illinois v. Gates -- Illinois v. Krull -- Illinois v. McArthur -- Illinois v. Wardlow -- Incorporation doctrine -- Information (written accusation) -- Insanity defense -- International law -- Jim Crow laws -- Knowles v. Iowa -- Lesser-included offenses -- Lindbergh law -- Magna Carta -- Mala in se and mala prohibita -- Malice -- Manhattan Bail Project -- Mapp v. Ohio -- Martial law -- Maryland v. Buie -- Maryland v. Craig -- Massachusetts v. Sheppard -- Mens rea -- Military justice -- Miranda rights -- Miranda v. Arizona -- Misdemeanors -- Mitigating circumstances -- Model Penal Code -- Moral turpitude -- Motives -- Multiple jurisdiction offenses -- New Jersey v. T.L.O. -- No-knock warrants -- Payne v.Tennessee -- Plain view doctrine -- Presumption of innocence -- Preventive detention -- Privileged communications -- Probable cause -- Proximate cause -- Punitive damages -- Reasonable doubt -- Reasonable suspicion -- Rules of evidence -- Search and seizure -- Search warrants -- Self-defense -- Sex offender registries -- Sexually Violent Predator Acts -- Statutes -- Statutes of limitations -- Stop and frisk -- Strict liability offenses -- Terry v. Ohio -- Traffic law -- United States Code -- United States Statutes at Large -- United States v. Alvarez- Machain -- United States v. Leon -- United States v.Lopez -- Vagrancy laws -- Vicarious liability -- Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act -- Weeks v. United States -- Whren v. United States -- Wilson v. Arkansas / VOLUME 2 -- Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, -- U.S. Bureau of -- BlackLives Matter Movement/Blue Lives Matter Movement -- Body-worn cameras -- Booking -- Border patrols -- Boston police strike -- Broken windows theory -- Campus police -- Civilian review boards -- Cold cases -- Community-oriented policing -- Crime analysis -- Crime scene investigation -- Dallas and Baton Rouge police officer attacks (2016) -- DARE programs -- Deadly force -- Discretion -- Drug Enforcement Administration, U.S. (DEA) -- Drugs and law enforcement -- Evidence-based policing -- Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S.-- Frankpledge and watch system -- Graham v. Connor (1989) -- High-speed chases -- Highway patrols -- Homeland Security, U.S. Department of -- Intelligence-led policing -- Internal affairs -- Internal Revenue Service, U.S. -- Interpol -- Justice Department, U.S. -- King beating case -- Knapp Commission -- Kyllo v. United States -- Law enforcement -- Law Enforcement Assistance Administration -- Marshals Service, U.S. -- MOVE bombing -- National Guard -- Neighborhood watch programs -- Noble cause corruption -- Peace Officer Standards and Training -- Police -- Police academies -- Police brutality -- Police chiefs --Police civil liability -- Police corruption -- Police detectives -- Police dogs-- Police ethics -- Police lineups -- Police militarization -- Police powers -- Police psychologists -- Police subculture -- Posse comitatus -- Predictive policing -- Preventive patrol -- Private police and guards -- Problem-oriented policing -- Procedural justice -- Racial profiling and criminal justice -- Reasonable force -- Resisting arrest -- Secret Service, U.S. -- Sheriffs -- Slave patrols -- Special weapons and tactics teams (SWAT) -- Stakeouts -- State police -- Sting operations -- Strategic policing -- Tennessee v. Garner -- Treasury Department, U.S. -- Use of force -- Vehicle checkpoints --Warrior versus guardian mentality -- Wickersham Commission -- Women in law enforcement and corrections -- Acquittal -- Amnesty -- Appellate process -- Argersinger v.Hamlin -- Arraignment -- Attorney ethics -- Attorney General, U.S. -- Attorneys general, state -- Australia's "Reintegrative Shaming" approach -- Bail system -- Bailiffs -- Barker v. Wingo -- Batson v. Kentucky -- Bench warrants -- Bifurcated trials -- Bill of particulars -- Blended sentences -- Brady v. United States -- Capital punishment -- Case law -- Cease-and-desist orders -- Certiorari -- Chain of custody -- Change of venue -- Citations -- Civil commitment -- Clemency -- Clerks of the court -- Coker v. Georgia -- Competency to stand trial -- Concurrent sentences -- Contempt of court -- Convictions -- Corporal punishment -- Counsel, right to -- Court reporters -- Court types -- Criminal prosecution -- Cross-examination -- Cruel and unusual punishment -- Death qualification -- Defendant self-representation --Defendants -- Defense attorneys -- Deportation -- Depositions -- Deterrence --Discovery -- Dismissals -- District attorneys -- Diversion -- Drug courts -- Effective counsel -- Execution, forms of -- Execution of judgment -- Expert witnesses -- Eyewitness testimony -- False convictions -- Faretta v. California -- Fines -- Ford v. Wainwright -- Furman v. Georgia -- Gag orders -- Gideon v. Wainwright -- Grand juries -- Gregg v. Georgia -- Habeas corpus -- Harmelin v.Michigan -- Harmless error -- Hearings -- Hung juries -- Immunity fromprosecution -- Impeachment of judges -- In forma pauperis -- Indeterminatesentencing -- Indictment -- Inquests -- Jessica's Law/Jessica Lunsford Act(2005) -- Judges -- Judicial review -- Judicial system, U.S. -- Jurisdiction of courts -- Jury nullification -- Jury sequestration -- Jury system -- Just deserts -- Mandamus -- Mandatory sentencing -- Massiah v. United States -- McCleskey v. Kemp -- Minnick v. Mississippi -- Miscarriage of justice -- Night courts -- Nolle prosequi -- Nolo contendere -- Objections -- Obstruction of justice -- Opinions -- Palko v. Connecticut -- Pardons -- People v. George Zimmerman(2013) -- Plea bargaining -- Pleas -- Powell v. Alabama -- Precedent -- Preliminary hearings -- Presentence investigations -- Prosecutorial abuse -- Public defenders -- Public prosecutors -- Punishment -- Restitution -- Restorative justice -- Restraining orders -- Reversible error -- Robinson v.California -- Rummel v. Estelle -- Santobello v. New York -- Scottsboro cases -- Self-incrimination, privilege against -- Sentencing -- Sentencing guidelines, U.S. -- Solem v. Helm -- Speedy trial right -- Standards of proof -- Stanford v. Kentucky -- Stare decisis -- Subpoena power -- Summonses -- Supreme Court, U.S., and criminal rights -- Suspended sentences -- Testimony -- Three-strikes laws -- Tison v. Arizona -- Traffic courts -- Traffic fines -- Trial publicity -- Trials -- United States Sentencing Commission -- Verdicts --Voir dire -- Witherspoon v. Illinois -- Witness protection programs -- Witnesses -- World Court  / VOLUME 3 -- Addiction -- AIDS -- Ashker v.Brown (2015) -- Auburn system -- Battered child and battered wife syndromes -- Boot camps -- Chain gangs -- Community-based corrections -- Community service -- Conjugal visitation in prison -- Crime victimization: primary and secondary -- "Dark figure of crime" -- Elderly prisoners -- Forestry camps -- Good time -- Halfway houses -- History of incarceration -- Homeless women and victimization -- House arrest -- Incapacitation -- LGBTQ prisoners -- Medical model of offender treatment -- National Crime Victimization Survey -- National Organization for Victim Assistance -- "Not-in-my-backyard" attitudes -- Opioid treatment breakthroughs -- Palmer raids -- Parole -- Parole boards -- Parole Commission, U.S. -- Parole officers -- Pennsylvania system of corrections -- Prison and jail systems -- Prison escapes -- Prison guards -- Prison health care -- Prison industries -- Prison inmate subculture -- Prison overcrowding -- Prison/prisoner classification systems -- Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) of 2003 -- Prison violence -- Prisoner rights -- Prisons, Federal Bureau of -- Privatization of institutional and community corrections, including faith-based programs -- Probation, adult -- Probation,juvenile -- Realignment (PSR) policy -- Recidivism -- Rehabilitation -- Scandinavia's prison experience -- Security threat groups (STGs)/prison gangs -- Smith Act -- Solitary confinement -- Supermax prisons -- Victim and Witness Protection Act -- Victim assistance programs -- Victim impact statements -- Victim-offender mediation -- Victim recovery stages -- Victimization theories -- Victimless crimes -- Victimology -- Victims of Crime Act -- Victims of Trafficking Act of 2015 -- Victims services -- Walnut Street Jail -- Work camps-- Work-release programs -- Youth authorities -- Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act (2006) -- Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty -- Bloodstains -- Boston Marathon Bombing (2013) -- Bounty hunters -- Bureau of Justice Statistics -- Civil disobedience -- Clear and present danger test -- Computer crime -- Computer forensics -- Computer information systems -- Contributing to delinquency of minors -- Coroners -- Crime labs -- Criminal history record information -- Criminal justice education -- Criminal records --Cybercrime investigation -- DNA testing -- Document analysis -- Electronic surveillance -- Espionage -- Fingerprint identification -- Forensic accounting -- Forensics -- Freedom of assembly and association -- Fusion Centers -- Gault, In re -- Geographic information systems -- Identity theft -- Juvenile courts -- Juvenile delinquency -- Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act -- Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of -- Juvenile justice system -- Juvenile waivers to adult courts -- Katz v. United States -- Latent evidence -- Lone wolf -- Medical examiners -- National Crime Information Center -- National Institute of Justice -- Nonviolent resistance -- Olmstead v. UnitedStates -- Parens patriae -- Paris terrorist attacks (2015) -- Patriot Act -- Pedophilia -- People v. Nidal Hasan (2013) -- Polygraph testing -- Pornography,child -- Post-traumatic stress disorder -- President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice -- Print media -- Privacy rights -- Psychological profiling -- Religious sects and cults -- Roper v. Simmons (2005) -- San Bernardino terrorist attack (2015) -- Schall v. Martin -- School violence -- September 11, 2001, attacks -- Sex discrimination -- Shoe prints and tire-tracks -- Social media -- Status offenses -- Surveillance cameras -- Technology's transformative effect -- Terrorism -- Toxicology -- Trace evidence -- Uniform Juvenile Court Act -- USA FREEDOM Act (2015) -- Victims of Child Abuse Act Reauthorization Act (2013) -- Wiretaps and criminal justice -- Youth gangs -- Bibliography of Basic Works on Criminal Justice -- Glossary -- Crime Rates and Definitions -- Crime Trends -- Supreme Court Rulings on Criminal Justice -- Famous American Trials -- Time Line -- Topics by Subject Category -- Index to Court Cases -- Index to Laws and Acts -- Personages Index -- Subject Index.         Presents a three volume set that covers the most important aspects of criminal justice in the United States, detailing the commission and frequency of crimes through the investigation, apprehension, prosecution, and punishment of wrongdoers.Includes bibliographical references.
Subjects: Criminal justice, Administration of; Criminal procedure; Crime; Criminal law;
On-line resources: https://libproxy.kirtland.edu/login?url=https://online.salempress.com/doi/book/10.3331/CJ2E -- Available online. Click here to access.;
unAPI