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For more course tutorials visit www.crj201.com CRJ 201 Week 1 DQ 1 The Criminal Justice System CRJ 201 Week 1 DQ 2 Social and Criminal Justice CRJ 201 Week 1 DQ 3 Law Enforcement Patrol, Rapid Response, and Investigation CRJ 201 Week 2 DQ 1 Law Enforcement Federal, State, and Local Policing CRJ 201 Week 2 DQ 2 Law Enforcement Data Driven Policing CRJ 201 Week 2 Constitutional Policing CRJ 201 Week 3 DQ 1 The Judiciary Structure and Jurisdiction CRJ 201 Week 3 DQ 2 The Judiciary Pretrial, Bail, Plea Bargaining, and Trial CRJ 201 Week 3 Final Paper Preparation CRJ 201 Week 4 DQ 1 Corrections The Philosophy of Criminal Sanctions CRJ 201 Week 4 DQ 2 Peer Review CRJ 201 Week 4 Principles of Effective Intervention CRJ 201 Week 5 DQ 1 Juvenile Justice CRJ 201 Week 5 DQ 2 Justice CRJ 201 Week 5 Final Paper – Building a More Just Society

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For more course tutorials visit www. crj201 .com   CRJ 201 Week 1 DQ 1 The Criminal Justice System CRJ 201 Week 1 DQ 2 Social and Criminal Justice CRJ 201 Week 1 DQ 3 Law Enforcement Patrol, Rapid Response, and Investigation CRJ 201 Week 2 DQ 1 Law Enforcement Federal, State, and Local Policing CRJ 201 Week 2 DQ 2 Law Enforcement Data Driven Policing CRJ 201 Week 2 Constitutional Policing CRJ 201 Week 3 DQ 1 The Judiciary Structure and Jurisdiction CRJ 201 Successful Learning

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CRJ 201 Week 1 DQ 1 The Criminal Justice System For more course tutorials visit www. crj201 .com The Criminal Justice System . The criminal justice system is made up of three main branches, including law enforcement, the judiciary, and corrections. The system as a whole can be viewed and analyzed from different perspectives and considered in terms of different outcomes. After completing this week’s required reading, provide your own definition for the criminal justice system. CRJ 201 Successful Learning

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CRJ 201 Week 1 DQ 3 Law Enforcement Patrol, Rapid Response, and Investigation For more course tutorials visit www. crj201 .com   Law Enforcement: Patrol, Rapid Response, and Investigation . The three primary tactics that police employ to enforce the law are patrol, rapid response, and investigation. Define patrol, rapid response, and investigation. Which tactic is the most successful at maximizing arrests and reducing crime? Explain your answeranswer CRJ 201 Successful Learning

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CRJ 201 Week 2 Constitutional Policing For more course tutorials visit www. crj201 .com   Constitutional Policing . Police must obey the law in their effort to control crime. Legal restrictions may hurt the efficiency of police but by obeying the law, police gain social legitimacy. When a police officer violates the law, they jeopardize the rights of the accused and the rights of the innocent. The Fourth Amendment of the Constitution states: CRJ 201 Successful Learning

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CRJ 201 Week 2 DQ 1 Law Enforcement Federal, State, and Local Policing For more course tutorials visit www. crj201 .com   Law Enforcement: Federal, State, and Local Policing . Law enforcement agencies exist on federal, state, and local levels. What is jurisdiction? Describe the difference between federal and local police jurisdiction. a. Students whose last names begin with the letters A – I: Describe the history of federal policing in the United States. Provide examples of federal policing agencies. How are federal policing agencies used to enforce the law? CRJ 201 Successful Learning

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CRJ 201 Week 2 DQ 2 Law Enforcement Data Driven Policing For more course tutorials visit www. crj201 .com   Law Enforcement: Data Driven Policing . Define evidence-based practices. a. Students whose names begin with the letters A – D: Research and explain the partnership between New York City and Microsoft Corporation to develop the Domain Awareness System (DAS). Will systems like DAS be able to reduce crime? If so, how? b. Students whose names begin with the letters E –H: Research and explain the Minneapolis Preventative Patrol program. Will programs like the Minneapolis Preventative Patrol program be able to reduce crime? If so, how? CRJ 201 Successful Learning

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CRJ 201 Week 3 DQ 1 The Judiciary Structure and Jurisdiction For more course tutorials visit www. crj201 .com   The Judiciary: Structure and Jurisdiction . There are 51 separate court systems in the United States. The federal government operates one court system, the federal courts; and each of the 50 states operates a court system, the state courts. The federal court and all of the state courts have three main levels: trial courts, appeals courts, and supreme courts. Define trial courts, appeals courts, and supreme courts. a. Students whose names begin with the letters A – I: Explain the main responsibilities CRJ 201 Successful Learning

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CRJ 201 Week 3 DQ 2 The Judiciary Pretrial, Bail, Plea Bargaining, and Trial For more course tutorials visit www. crj201 .com   The Judiciary: Pretrial , Bail, Plea Bargaining, and Trial . The judiciary is an important part of the criminal justice system. After police arrest an individual, an extensive chain of events is set off in the American court system. a. Students whose names begin with the letters A – E: Explain the booking procedure to your classmates. How does it work and who is involved? b. Students whose names begin with the letters F – J: Explain preliminary hearings to your classmates. How do they work and who is involved in the process? CRJ 201 Successful Learning

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CRJ 201 Week 3 Final Paper Preparation For more course tutorials visit www. crj201 .com   Final Paper Preparation . To prepare for your Final Paper (due in Week Five), complete the following assignment and submit it to your instructor for feedback. Your paper should include an outline, with a thesis statement, and an annotated bibliography. Outline: Provide an outline for your Final Paper based on the instructions provided in Week Five. a. Title Page b. Introduction c. Part 1: Thesis d. Part 2: Body e. Part 3: Conclusion CRJ 201 Successful Learning

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CRJ 201 Week 4 DQ 1 Corrections The Philosophy of Criminal Sanctions For more course tutorials visit www. crj201 .com   Corrections: The Philosophy of Criminal Sanctions . There are four main philosophies behind criminal sanctions: retribution, deterrence, incapacitation, and rehabilitation. a. Students whose names begin with the letters A – E: Define retribution. What is the history behind the use of retribution? What is the philosophy behind the use of retribution as a criminal sanction? b. Students whose names begin with the letters F – J: Define deterrence. What is the history behind the use of deterrence? What is the philosophy behind the use of retribution as a criminal sanction? CRJ 201 Successful Learning

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CRJ 201 Week 4 DQ 2 Peer Review For more course tutorials visit www. crj201 .com   Peer Review . Post your Final Paper Preparation assignment from Week Three. Then, respond to one peer of your choice and another who has the fewest responses. When evaluating your peer’s work, check to see if their outline addresses all the content and research criteria of the final paper grading rubric. CRJ 201 Successful Learning

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CRJ 201 Week 4 Principles of Effective Intervention For more course tutorials visit www. crj201 .com   Principles of Effective Intervention . There are four general principles of effective intervention that have become organizing concepts of community corrections. They have stimulated what has become known as the “what works” movement. Write a paper outlining the four general principles of the “what works” movement. Thesis: Your thesis (which is part of your first paragraph) should, at the very least, list the four principles of the effective intervention. CRJ 201 Successful Learning

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CRJ 201 Week 5 DQ 1 Juvenile Justice For more course tutorials visit www. crj201 .com   Juvenile Justice . Most juvenile offenders do not go on to commit crime as adults. Most go on to live productive lives. Please give an overview of the history of the juvenile justice movement. Make sure to reference the progressive movement, the advent of juvenile court, the juvenile rights movement, and other pertinent movements within juvenile justice history. CRJ 201 Successful Learning

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CRJ 201 Week 5 DQ 2 Justice For more course tutorials visit www. crj201 .com   Justice . Justice seeks to make things right. The idea of justice is based on ethics, equality, human rights, religion, and solidarity. John Rawls says that “justice is the first virtue of social institutions, as truth is of systems of thought.” Is justice the first virtue of the criminal justice system? Why or why not? Have your ideas about the concept of justice changed since the beginning of this course CRJ 201 Successful Learning

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CRJ 201 Week 5 Final Paper – Building a More Just Society For more course tutorials visit www. crj201 .com   Focus of the Final Paper The purpose of the Final Paper is for students to pick a branch of the criminal justice system and then answer, for the role of a specific professional, the branch of the criminal justice system, and the criminal justice system at large, how they can use the social justice principles of equality, solidarity, and human rights to build a more just society. Example: if the student chooses CRJ 201 Successful Learning

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