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Women and crime : a text/reader / by Mallicoat, Stacy L.,editor,author.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Women and crime: introduction -- Theories of victimization -- Women and victimization : rape and sexual assault -- Women and victimization : intimate partner abuse and stalking -- International issues in the victimization of women -- Theories on female offending -- Girls and juvenile delinquency -- Female offenders and their crimes -- Processing and sentencing of female offenders -- The incarceration of women -- The supervision of women: community corrections, rehabilitation and reentry -- Women professionals and the criminal justice system: police, corrections, and offender services -- Work professionals and the criminal justice system: courts and victim services.
Subjects: Feminist criminology.; Women; Female offenders.; Sex discrimination in criminal justice administration.;
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Tainted witness : why we doubt what women say about their lives / by Gilmore, Leigh,1959-;
Includes bibliographical references (pages 197-207) and index.Introduction : tainted witness in testimonial networks -- Anita Hill, Clarence Thomas, and the search for an adequate witness -- Jurisdictions and testimonial networks : Rigoberta Menchú -- Neoliberal life narrative : from testimony to self-help -- Witness by proxy : girls in humanitarian storytelling -- Tainted witness in law and literature : Nafissatou Diallo and Jamaica Kincaid -- Conclusion : testimonial publics--#BlackLivesMatter and Claudia Rankine's Citizen."In 1991, Anita Hill's testimony during Clarence Thomas's Senate confirmation hearing brought the problem of sexual harassment to a public audience. Although widely believed by women, Hill was defamed by conservatives and Thomas was confirmed to the Supreme Court. The tainting of Hill and her testimony is part of a larger social history in which women find themselves caught up in a system that refuses to believe what they say. Hill's experience shows how a tainted witness is not who someone is, but what someone can become. Tainted Witness examines how gender, race, and doubt stick to women witnesses as their testimony circulates in search of an adequate witness. Judgment falls unequally upon women who bear witness, as well-known conflicts about testimonial authority in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries reveal. Women's testimonial accounts demonstrate both the symbolic potency of women's bodies and speech in the public sphere and the relative lack of institutional security and control to which they can lay claim. Each testimonial act follows in the wake of a long and invidious association of race and gender with lying that can be found to this day within legal courts and everyday practices of judgment, defining these locations as willfully unknowing and hostile to complex accounts of harm. Bringing together feminist, literary, and legal frameworks, Leigh Gilmore provides provocative readings of what happens when women's testimony is discredited. She demonstrates how testimony crosses jurisdictions, publics, and the unsteady line between truth and fiction in search of justice."--Jacket.
Subjects: Sex discrimination against women; Sex discrimination; Sex discrimination in criminal justice administration.; Witnesses; Crime; Women; False testimony.; Feminist theory.;
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Queer (in)justice : the criminalization of LGBT people in the United States / by Mogul, Joey L.,1969-; Ritchie, Andrea J.; Whitlock, Kay.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Setting the historical stage : colonial legacies -- Gleeful gay killers, lethal lesbians, & deceptive gender benders : queer criminal archetypes -- The ghosts of Stonewall : policing gender, policing sex -- Objection! treatment of queers in criminal courts -- Caging deviance : prisons as queer spaces -- False promises : criminal legal responses to violence against LGBT people -- Over the rainbow : where do we go from here?.Draws on years of research, activism, and legal advocacy to present an examination of the gay experience, illustrating the continuing punishment of gay expression in the United States and illuminating strategies for change.
Subjects: Gays; Sex discrimination in criminal justice administration; Gays; Hate crimes; Homophobia;
© c2011., Beacon Press,
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Fighting for girls : new perspectives on gender and violence / by Chesney-Lind, Meda.; Jones, Nikki,1975-;
Includes bibliographical references and index.pt. I. Real trends in female violence: getting tough on girls. Have "girls gone wild"? / Mike Males -- Criminalizing assault: do age and gender matter? / Eve S. Buzawa and David Hirschel -- Jailing 'bad' girls: girls' violence and trends in female incarceration / Meda Chesney-Lind -- pt. II. Girls' violence: institutional contexts and concerns. The gendering of violence in intimate relationships: how violence makes sex less safe for girls / Melissa E. Dichter, Julie A. Cederbaum, and Anne M. Teitelman -- Policing girlhood? Relational aggression and violence prevention / Meda Chesney-Lind, Merry Morash, and Katherine Irwin -- "I don't know if you consider that as violence": using attachment theory to understand girls' perspectives on violence / Judith A. Ryder -- Reducing aggressive behavior in adolescent girls by attending to school climate / Sibylle Artz and Diana Nicholson -- Negotiations of the living space: life in the group home for girls who use violence / Marion Brown -- pt. III. Girls' violence: explanations and implications. "It's about being a survivor": African American girls, gender, and the context of inner city violence / Nikki Jones -- The importance of context in the production of older girls' violence: implications for the focus of interventions / Merry Morash, Suyeon Park, and Jung-mi Kim -- Moral panics, violence, and the policing of girls: reasserting patriarchal control in the new millennium / Walter S. DeKeseredy.
Subjects: Female juvenile delinquents; Teenage girls; Violence; Juvenile justice, Administration of; Discrimination in criminal justice administration;
© c2010., State University of New York Press,
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Criminal justice ethics : theory and practice / by Banks, Cyndi,author.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Part 1. The interaction between ethics and the criminal justice system. Chapter 1. The importance of ethics in criminal justice -- Chapter 2. Police ethics: the nature of policing and police corruption -- Chapter 3. Police ethics: Use of force, investigations, interrogations, and lying -- Chapter 4. Racial discrimination in the criminal justice system -- Chapter 5. Judges, lawyers, and ethics -- Chapter 6. The purpose of criminal punishment -- Chapter 7. Ethics in corrections: The nature of corrections -- Chapter 8. Ethics in corrections: guarding ethically -- Chapter 9. The ethics of criminal justice policy making -- Chapter 10. Ethics and the "war on terrorism" -- Chapter 11. Media ethics and criminal justice.Part 2: The application of ethical theories to the criminal justice system. Chapter12. Duty and principle -- Chapter 13. Considering the consequences -- Chapter 14. The importance of character -- Chapter 15. Egoism, pleasure, and indifference -- Chapter 16. A sense of justice -- Chapter 17. Caring for others.Chapter 1. The importance of ethics in criminal justice. The meaning of ethics -- The value of ethics (Case study 1.1: Police brutality in New Orleans ; Case study 1.2: Police brutality during Katrina) -- Normative ethics -- Ethical relativism (Case study 1.3: Death row inmate set free) -- Cultural relativism -- Ethical absolution -- Ethical pluralism -- Religion and ethical standards (Conduct is right because God commands it God commands right conduct because it is right) -- Ethics and natural law -- Ethics and law -- Ethical dilemmas -- Ethical issues in criminal justice (Ethical problems in the use of authority ; Ethical problems in the relationship between personal and professional interests ; Ethical problems in personal and professional commitments to clients ; Ethical issues in criminal justice and public policy ; Ethical issues resulting from policing policies ; Ethical problems in dealing with human rights issues in the criminal justice system ; Ethical problem in information sharing ; Ethical issues in the media reporting of crime.Chapter 2. Police ethics: the nature of policing and police corruption. Ethics and policing -- The nature of policing -- Police as an institution -- Police culture (Changing police culture ; A closer look: Foster City police department basic values) -- Police discretion (Limiting police discretion ; Discretion and accountability) -- Ethics and codes of ethics (What is the relationship between ethics and codes of ethics? ; Police compliance with ethical codes ; Ethics instruction ; A closer look: Law enforcement code of ethics, International Association of chiefs of police) -- Policing and stress (The nature of police occupational stress ; Stress and crime fighting ; Coping with stress ; Angry aggression) -- Police "Militarization" (Historical and contemporary context, police and military ; The militarization thesis ; Number and deployment of SWAT units ; Causes of militarization ; The consequences of militarization ; Critiques of the militarization thesis ; A closer look: Military equipment transfers to law enforcement: The federal 1033 program and homeland security grants) -- Police corruption (The nature of police corruption ; Accepting gratuities ; Explanations for police corruption ; A closer look: No more free meals ; A closer look: Detectives receive sex services in antiprostitution campaign ; Personalistic explanation ; A closer look: Police corruption in Australia ; A closer look: The rotten apple ; Institutional explanations ; Systemic explanation ; "Slippery slope" explanation ; Noble cause corruption --Societal stress as an explanation for corruption ; A closer look: officer admits planting drugs ; A closer look: Officer involved in robbery ring ; A closer look: Corrupt arrangements within the Southeast Regional Crime Squad, South London, England ; Combating corruption ; Police corruption in the United Kingdom ; Reducing corruption ; Ensuring police accountability ; "New police accountability" ; Police auditors ; External citizen review of police ; Accountability in other countries ; Whistle-blowing ; When is whistle-blowing morally justified? ; Case study 2.1: Punished for while-blowing?) -- Discrimination as a corrupt practice in policing: racial bias, racial profiling, and selective law enforcement (Racism and racial bias ; Racial profiling ; The morality of racial profiling ; Case study 2.2: "Looking Mexican" ; Case study 2.3: Racial profiling: When color signals dangerous ; Driving while black ; Stop and frisk ; Confidence in the police ; Selective law enforcement).Chapter 3. Police ethics: Use of force, investigations, interrogations, and lying. Police use of force (Police use of force: Arrest-related deaths ; Deaths in police custody ; Political action on police use of force, 2015 ; The rise of the citizen journalist and police use of force ; A closer look: Some fatal police shootings, 2014-2015 ; The continuum of force ; When to use force ; Police perspectives on use of force ; A closer look: Use of force ; Case study 3.1: Cop gets 15 years in torture case ; Police and citizen interactions ; Police-citizen interactions and procedural justice ; U.S. supreme court decisions on use of force ; Race and use of force ; Policing and implicit racial bias ; Explaining excessive force ; A closer look: U.S. department of justice: Investigation of the Ferguson police department ; Assessing the level of force ; Reducing the level of force ; Case study 3.2: Five police officers sentenced for shooting unarmed family ; Excessive force: other countries ; Police use of force: tasers ; A closer look: Excessive force in the Cleveland police department ; Excessive use of force: dirty Harry/Dirty hands and Jack Bauer in 24 ; Case study 3.3: Video shows police officer using baton to hit man) -- Policing, mental illness, and crisis intervention teams (CITs) (Police perceptions of mentally ill persons ; Crisis intervention teams) -- Ethical issues in investigation, interrogation, and custody (Rights of suspects and victims ; Privacy ; Entrapment ; Deception ; A closer look: A successful entrapment defense ; A closer look: An unsuccessful entrapment defense ; Informants ; Confessions ; Testimonial deception ; Police lying ; Electronic recording of interrogations).Chapter 4. Racial discrimination in the criminal justice system. Ethical background -- Historical context -- In there racial discrimination in the criminal justice system? (Criminal justice system: discrimination and decision-making points ; Discrimination in the juvenile justice system ; Police encounter with citizens and police arrest ; Posecutorial discretion ; Bail ; Jury selection ; Case study 4.1: In Dallas, dismissal of black jurors leads to appeal by death row inmate ; Convection and sentencing) -- Imprisonment disparities (Incarceration rates ; Explaining racial disproportionality in incarceration ; Death penalty disparities) -- Hate crimes (Case study 4.2: First prosecution of a hate crime where the victim was a transgender woman) -- Explanations for racial discrimination in the criminal justice system (How do we explain the existence of racial discrimination in the criminal justice system?).Chapter 5. Judges, lawyers, and ethics. Legal ethics: historical context -- The nature of professional ethics (The principle of partisanship ; The principle of neutrality ; The lawyer-client relationship ; Confidentiality ; Client perjury ; Client crime ; Case study 5.1: Buried bodies case) -- Defense lawyers (Case study 5.2: Defense lawyer guilty of obstruction justice) -- The prosecutor (The duty to ensure justice is done ; Case study 5.3: Prosecutor misconduct ; Discretion to bring charges ; Prosecution disclosure of evidence to the defense ; Plea bargaining ; Proprietorial misconduct ; Case study 5.4: Wrongful conviction payment ; A closer look: Justice department acts on prosecutor misconduct ; Case study 5.5: Convict's DNA sways labs, not a determined prosecutor ; Case study 5.6: Prosecutor withholds evidence ; Case study 5.7: Release after 14 years) -- Judicial ethics (Election of judges ; Judicial ideology ; Specific ethical rules governing judges ; A closer look: Elections of judges proposed for Maricopa County, Mesa, Arizona ; Judges and virtue ethics ; Judicial misfeasance ; Case study 5.8: Prosecutor says tape shows Brooklyn judge took a bribe).6. The purpose of criminal punishment. What is punishment? -- Theoretical approaches to punishment -- Why punish? the philosophical approach (Deterrence ; A closer look: Punishment and history ; Case study 6.1: The nature of the punishment: corporal punishment ; Retribution ; Reconciling utilitarian and retributive theories ; Rehabilitation ; Incapacitation) -- Restorative justice (Case study 6.2: Restorative justice or extortion?) -- Why punish? The sociological approach.Chapter 7. Ethics in corrections: The nature of corrections. The prison explosion (Time line of the prison explosion ; Prison overcrowding ; The prison explosion: time line of events ; Women's incarceration ; A closer look: Women in prison ; New forms of incarceration) -- Maximum security (A closer look: Sexual assault at a women's prison in Alabama ; Conditions in maximum security prisons ; Justifying the supermax confinement ; Morality of supermax confinement ; Maximum security in the United Kingdom ; Growth of supermax prisons ; Evaluating the success of the supermax prison ; Solitary confinement) -- Medium security and minimum security -- Stateville prison: The changing state of corrections (Early prison governance at Stateville ; Stateville and prison order, 1936-1961 ; Stateville and prisoner's rights, 1960s ; Stateville and professionalism, 1970-1975 ; A closer look: American correctional association code of ethics preamble) -- Corrections subculture (Prison officer subculture ; Prison officer socialization ; Adapting to prison ; A closer look: Kauffman's prison officer types) -- Power and authority in prison: controlling the inmates (Forms of power ; Types of authority ; The battle for compliance ; Rewards and punishments ; Enforcing rule violations ; Informal controls ; Prisoner "Power" ; Corruption of authority) -- Private prisons (Case study 7.1: Private prisons-a good policy choice?) -- Disenfranchising inmates (Reforms) -- Treating opioid abuse in correctional institutions (A closer look: Cutting prison time for organ donors: is this ethical?).Chapter 8. Ethics in corrections: guarding ethically. The experience of guarding -- Guarding ethically (Ethical dimensions: punishment, prison conditions ; Ethical challenges ; Case study 8.1: Male prison rape and "Deliberate indifference") -- Guarding with discretion -- Unethical situations (Use of force ; Witnessing and experiencing violence in prisons ; Using force ; Case study 8.2: Brutality at Rikers Island, New York ; A closer look: Forms of coercion ; Officers' perspectives on use of force ; Officer violence as informal justice ; Justifications for officer violence ; Constraining officer violence ; Judicial review of use of force ; Correctional policy on use of force) -- Rape in prison (Rates of sexual violence in prisons ; Reporting and responding to rape in prisons ; Prison rape elimination act -- Case study 8.3: Rape in prison ; Transgender prisoners) -- Corruption (Case study 8.4: Prison officers charged with smuggling and assault ; Case study 8.5: Baltimore jail inmate builds drug trafficking operation with active cooperation of prison officers) -- Oversight of prisons (Whistle-blowing in corrections ; Case study 8.6: Federal prison officer convicted of repeatedly raping female inmate ; Judicial oversight of prisons ; A closer look: A probation and parole officer's code of ethics) -- Ethical issues in probation and parole (Probation officers and law enforcement ; Arming probation officers ; Treatment of control? ; Privatizing probation ; Case study 8.7: Private probation and the poor ; Parole ; Abolition of parole for life ; Imprisonment (LWOP) ; Parole officers as police).Chapter 9. The ethics of criminal justice policy making. The ethics of policy making (Justifying policy choices ; Ethical policy making ; Moral panics and morality ; Policy making ; Case study 9.1: An example of unethical policy making?) -- Morality policy (Rationale for morality policy making) -- Penal policies (Race and crime control policies ; Mass incarceration as the new "Jim Crow" ; Ending mass imprisonment? ; Elderly inmates) -- Public opinion about punishment policies (Public attitudes toward crime ; A closer look: Prison and amenities ; Public participation in sentencing offenders) -- Mandatory minimum sentencing ("Three-strikes" legislation as criminal justice policy ; Content and operation of three-strikes laws ; Criticisms of three strikes ; Three strikes and penal ideology ; Three-strikes laws and public opinion) -- The war on drugs (Crime-control politics and the war on drugs ; Fighting the war on drugs: prosecutions and incentives ; Drugs and incarceration ; A closer look: Lighter sentences for crack cocaine cases) -- Truth in sentencing -- Predators and superpredators (Sexual predators ; A closer look: States detain sex offenders after prison ; Juvenile superpredators ; Internet sexual solicitation) -- Capital punishment (The supreme court, the states, and the death penalty ; State policies on capital punishment ; A closer look: Retentionist and abolitionist countries on the death penalty in 2017 ; A closer look: The United States and the death penalty ; Public opinion on capital punishment ; A closer look: Death by lethal injection: Degrading to human dignity?) -- The "criminalization" of immigration (Illegal immigration: background and consequences ; The nature of crimmigration ; The effect of crimmigration ; Justifications for crimmigration ; The morality of crimmigration ; "Criminal aliens" ; Detention centers ; A closer look: The detention process ; The effectiveness of crimmigration.Chapter 10. Ethics and the "war on terrorism." Defining terrorism (A closer look: explaining "Just War" ; Terrorism as a moral judgement) -- Warfare or crime control? (A criminal justice approach to terrorism ; Waging a war on terrorism ; Risks of a warlike approach ; Justifications for waging war) -- Other responses to terrorism (Morally justifiable constraints and restrictions ; Is torture morally permissible as a counterterrorist strategy? ; A closer look: Findings and conclusions of the senate select committee on intelligence's study of the CIA's detention and interrogation program ; A closer look: the moral legitimacy of torture) -- The morality of targeted killing (The United States and targeted killings ; "Post-heroic" warfare ; A closer look: Armed drones and targeted killings ; Drones and decisions to use force ; Noncombatant casualties ; Proportionality ; Legal and moral framework for drone strikes ; The Disembodies warrior ; Arguments against targeted killings).Chapter 11. Media ethics and criminal justice. Media constructions of crime (Crime, media, and ethics) -- Reporting the truth (A closer look: Characteristics of stories crime and media stereotyping of young black males ; A closer look: images of black criminality media stereotyping of gender and crime media distortions of crime and victims of crime ; Case study 11.1: Blaming the victim or privacy violation? Media responses to sexting ; A closer look: Comic books: Constructions of crime, justice, and punishment ; Media and moral panics ; A closer look; the college experience: media representations of "binge drinking" and unsafe and violent campuses ; Media and fear of crime) -- Avoiding bias (Newsworthiness: shaping news ; Media and police) -- Avoiding harm (A closer look: Murders in an Amish community) -- Serving the public (A closer look: The CSI effect ; Crime and infotainment) -- Maintaining trust (A closer look: Media promoting unfairness and injustice) -- Manipulation (A closer look: Media manipulation assists prosecutor and sheriff to catch a convicted murderer planning arson).Chapter12. Duty and principle. Hypothetical and categorical imperatives (The principle of universality ; Respect for all persons ; Kingdom of ends) -- Conflicting duties -- Applying deontological theory (Case study 12.1: Rough justice in a juvenile institution ; A closer look: Deontological evaluation of ethical dilemmas ; A closer look: Applying deontology).Chapter 13. Considering the consequences. Pleasure and happiness - Act consequentialism -- Rule consequentialism -- Public policy and utilitarianism -- Arguments criticizing utilitarianism (A closer look: A case of euthanasia ; A closer look: The treatment of animals ; Case study 13.1: Good friends are hard to find) -- Applying utilitarian theory (A closer look: utilitarian evaluation of ethical dilemmas ; A closer look: applying utilitarianism).Chapter 14. The importance of character. A closer look; Aristotle -- Virtues -- Aristotle and happiness - The golden mean -- Practical wisdom -- What's wrong with virtue? -- Applying virtue theory (Case study 14.1: Profiling in the neighborhood ; A closer look: Virtue ethics evaluation of ethical dilemmas ; A closer look: applying virtue ethics).Chapter 15. Egoism, pleasure, and indifference. Stoicism -- Hedonism -- Ethical egoism (Psychological egoism ; A closer look: Epicurus ; Ethical egoism) -- Applying the theory of ethical egoism (A case study 15.1: Giving your own punishment ; A closer look; Ethical egoism evaluation of ethical dilemmas ; A closer look: Applying ethical egoism).Chapter 16. A sense of justice. Application of the principles -- Justice as fairness -- Moral development -- Applying Rawlsian theory (A closer look: A social justice evaluation of ethical dilemmas ; A closer look: Applying social justice ; Discussion case).Chapter 17. Caring for others. Kohlberg and Gilligan -- A theory of moral development -- "In a different voice": Carol Gilligan -- Gender and the ethic of care (An ethic of care ; Developing the ethic of care) -- The ethic of care and justice -- Peacemaking -- Applying the ethic of care (Case study 17.1: Tough love ; A closer look: Ethic of care and peacemaking approaches to ethical dilemmas ; A closer look: Applying the ethic of care).Criminal Justice Ethics examines the criminal justice system through an ethical lens by identifying ethical issues in practice and theory, exploring ethical dilemmas, and offering suggestions for resolving ethical issues and dilemmas faced by criminal justice professionals.
Subjects: Criminal justice, Administration of; Police ethics.; Race discrimination; Corrections;
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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;
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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;
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Civil Rights Movements : Past and Present / by O'Neal, Michael,1949-editor.;
Vol. 1 -- Publisher's Note -- Introduction -- Complete List of Contents -- List of Contributors -- Abolition -- Abortion Rights -- Accommodationism -- ACT UP -- Adarand Constructors v. Pena -- Affirmative Action -- African American-American Indian Relations -- African American Baptist Church -- African American Women -- Afrocentrism -- Aid to Families with Dependent Children -- AIDS Conspiracy Theory -- AIDS Crisis -- Alexander v. Holmes County Board of Education -- All African People's Revolutionary Party -- AME Church -- AME Zion Churches -- American Anti-Slavery Society -- American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) -- American Council on Race Relations -- Americans with Disabilities Act -- American Indian Movement (AIM) -- Amistad Slave Revolt -- Anti-Semitism in America -- Antislavery Laws of 1777 and 1807 -- Atlanta Compromise -- Attica Prison Uprising -- Bakke Case -- Banking Practices -- Baseball -- Batson v. Kentucky -- Biracialism -- Black Cabinet -- Black Church -- Black Codes -- Black Colleges and Universities -- Black Conservatism -- Black Flight -- Black Is Beautiful Movement -- Black Lives Matter -- Black Middle Class/Black Underclass Relations -- Black Nationalism -- Black-on-black Violence -- Black Panther Party -- Black Power Movement -- Blackness and Whiteness: Legal Definitions -- Bleeding Kansas -- Body of Liberties -- Bolling v. Sharpe -- Bracero Program -- Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters -- Brown v. Board of Education -- John Brown's Raid -- Buchanan v. Warley -- Busing and Integration -- Censuses, U.S -- Charleston Church Shooting -- Charleston Race Riots -- Cesar Chavez -- Chicano Movement -- Church Burnings -- Citizens' Councils -- Civil Disobedience -- Civil Liberties -- Civil Rights -- Civil Rights Act of 1957 -- Civil Rights Act of 1960 -- Civil Rights Act of 1964 -- Civil Rights Act of 1968 -- Civil Rights Act of 1991 -- Civil Rights Acts of 1866-1875 -- Civil Rights Cases -- Civil Rights Movement -- Civil Rights Restoration Act -- Civil War and African Americans -- Class Theories of Racial/Ethnic Relations -- Clinton Massacre -- Clinton's Initiative on Race -- Colegrove v. Green -- Coleman Report -- Colfax Massacre -- Colin Kaepernick Taking a Knee -- College Admissions -- College Entrance Examinations -- Color of Law -- Colored Women's League -- Commission on Civil Rights, U.S. -- Compromise of 1850 -- Compromise of 1877 -- Confiscation Acts of 1861 and 1862 -- Congress of Racial Equality -- Congressional Black Caucus -- Conservative Theorists -- Constitutional Racism -- Cooper v. Aaron -- Council of Federated Organizations -- Crime and Race/Ethnicity -- Criminal Justice Reform -- Critical Race Theory -- Culture of Poverty -- Daughters of Bilitis -- Desegregation of the Defense Industry -- Desegregation of Public Schools -- Detroit Riot -- Disability Rights Movement -- Discrimination -- Discrimination: Behaviors -- Discrimination: Racial and Ethnic -- Disfranchisement Laws in Mississippi -- Don't Ask, Don't Tell -- Drugs and Racial/Ethnic Relations -- Ebonics -- Economics and Race -- Edmonson v. Leesville Concrete Company -- Education and African Americans -- Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975 -- Education and Racial/Ethnic Relations -- Election of Barack Obama -- Emancipation Proclamation -- Employment among African Americans -- Entitlement Programs -- Environmental Racism -- Equal Educational Opportunity -- Equal Employment Opportunity Act -- Equal Employment Opportunity Commission -- Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) -- Equality -- Equality of Opportunity -- Fair Employment Practices Committee -- Fair Housing Act -- Ferguson/Shooting of Michael Brown -- Fifteenth Amendment -- Flint Water Crisis -- Fourteenth Amendment -- Free African Society -- Free Blacks -- Free-Soil Party -- Freedmen's Bureau -- Freedom Riders -- Freedom Summer -- Betty Friedan -- Fugitive Slave Laws -- Fullilove v. Klutznick -- Gallaudet University Protests -- Mohandas K. Gandhi -- Gentrification -- Gideon v. Wainwright -- Grandfather Clauses -- Great Migration -- Green v. County School Board of New Kent County -- Greensboro Sit-ins -- Griffin v. Breckenridge -- Griggs v. Duke Power Company -- Grovey v. Townsend -- Grutter v. Bollinger -- Guinn v. United States -- Haitians and Haitian Refugees -- Harper v. Virginia Board of Elections -- Head Start -- Heart of Atlanta Motel v. United States -- Hernandez v. Texas -- Homelessness -- Housing -- Hypersegregation -- "I Have a Dream" Speech -- Ideological Racism -- Indian Civil Rights Act of 1968 -- Individual Racism -- Inequality 312 -- Institutional Racism -- Integration -- Intelligence and Race -- Internal Colonialism -- Internalized Racism -- Interracial and Interethnic Marriage -- Japanese Internment Camps -- Jewish-African American Relations -- Jim Crow Laws -- Jones v. Alfred H. Mayer Company -- Judicial Review -- Jury Selection -- Kansas-Nebraska Act -- Kerner Report -- Keyes v. Denver School District No. 1 -- King, Martin Luther, Jr. -- Martin Luther King Jr. Assassination -- Rodney King Case -- Know-Nothing Party -- Ku Klux Klan -- Ku Klux Klan Acts.Vol. 2 -- Labor Movement -- Lau v. Nichols -- Lawrence v. Texas -- LGBT Rights -- Liberator, The -- Lincoln-Douglas Debates -- Literacy Tests -- Little Rock School Desegregation -- Los Angeles Riots of 1992 -- Lynchings -- Malcolm X Assassination -- March on Washington -- Marshall, Thurgood -- Mattachine Society -- McCleskey v. Kemp -- Me Too Movement -- Miami Riots of 1980 -- Military and Racial/Ethnic Relations -- Military Desegregation -- Milk, Harvey -- Milliken v. Bradley -- Million Man March -- Million Woman March -- Minority and Majority Groups -- Miranda v. Arizona -- Miscegenation Laws -- Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party -- Missouri Compromise -- Montgomery Bus Boycott -- Moose Lodge No. 107 v. Irvis -- Morrill Land Grant Act of 1890 -- Moynihan Report -- Multiracial Movement -- Naivete Explanation of Racism -- Nation of Islam -- National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders -- National Association for the Advancement of Colored People -- National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Legal Defense and Educational Fund -- National Association of Colored Women -- National Black Women's Political Leadership Caucus -- National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America -- National Council of Colored People -- National Council of Negro Women -- National Organization for Women (NOW) -- National Urban League -- Negro Conventions -- New York City Slave Revolt -- New York Times Co. v. Sullivan -- Newberry v. United States -- Niagara Movement -- Nineteenth Amendment -- Nixon v. Herndon -- Nonviolent Resistance -- North Star, The -- Obergefell v. Hodges -- Occupation of Wounded Knee -- Ole Miss Desegregation -- One-drop Rule -- Operation Wetback -- Orangeburg Massacre -- Pan-Africanism -- Pasadena City Board of Education v. Spangler -- Passing -- Pennsylvania Society for the Abolition of Slavery -- Plessy v. Ferguson -- Police Brutality -- Police Shootings of Black Citizens -- Poll Tax -- Poverty and Race -- President's Committee on Civil Rights -- Proposition 209 -- Proslavery Argument -- Psychology of Racism -- Quotas -- Race as a Concept -- Race Relations Cycle -- Race Riots of 1866 -- Race Riots of 1943 -- Race Riots of the Twentieth Century -- Racial and Ethnic Demographics: Trends -- Racism as an Ideology -- Racism: Changing Nature of -- Racism: History of the Concept -- Rainbow Coalition -- R.A.V. v. City of St. Paul -- Reconstruction -- Redemption Period -- Redistricting -- Redlining -- Reitman v. Mulkey -- Removal of Confederate Statues and Monuments -- Reparations -- Restrictive Covenants -- Reverse Racism -- Reynolds v. Sims -- Richmond v. J. A. Croson Company -- Roe v. Wade -- Roosevelt Coalition -- Rosie the Riveter -- Runyon v. McCrary -- Scott v. Sandford -- Scottsboro Trials -- The Second Sex -- Segregation -- Segregation on the Frontier -- Segregation vs. Integration -- Self-segregation -- Selma-Montgomery March -- Seneca Falls Convention -- Separatism -- Set-asides -- Sexual Fears and Racism -- Sharecropping -- Shaw v. Reno -- Shelby County v. Holder -- Shelley v. Kraemer -- Shooting of Trayvon Martin -- O. J. Simpson Trial -- Slave Codes -- Slave Rebellions -- Slavery and Race Relations -- Slavery and the Justice System -- Slavery: History -- Slavery: North American beginnings -- Smith v. Allwright -- Social Identity Theory -- Southern Christian Leadership Conference -- Southern Conference for Human Welfare -- Sports -- Steinem, Gloria -- Stereotype -- Stonewall Uprising -- Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee -- Summit Meeting of National Negro Leaders -- Supreme Court and Ethnic Representation -- Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education -- Sweatt v. Painter -- Symbolic Racism -- Talented Tenth -- Thirteenth Amendment -- Thomas/Hill Hearings -- Three-fifths Compromise -- Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 -- Tokenism -- Tolerance -- Transgender Rights -- Triple Oppression -- Trump Administration Family Separation Policy -- Turner's Slave Insurrection -- Tuskegee Airmen -- Underclass Theories -- Underground Railroad -- "Unite the Right" Rally -- United Mexican American Students (UMAS) -- United States v. Cruikshank -- United States v. Reese -- United Steelworkers of America v. Weber -- Universal Negro Improvement Association -- Voting Rights -- Voting Rights Act of 1965 -- Washington v. Davis -- Watts Riot -- Weber v. Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation -- Webster v. Reproductive Health Services -- Welfare Reform: Impact on Racial/Ethnic Relations -- White Privilege -- White Supremacy -- Wilson-Willie Debate -- Wisconsin v. Mitchell -- Women's March -- Women's Rights -- Zoning -- Bibliography -- Notable Civil Rights Figures -- Time Line -- Index.A two-volume set that contains more than 350 in-depth essays that analyze the events that have shaped American attitudes from the start of the civil rights movement into the new millennium.10-A.Mode of access: Internet.
Subjects: Gay rights movement; Civil rights movements; African Americans; Feminism;
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