Cover Letter

Cover Letter

19 May 0

YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS RECIPIENT NAME AND ADDRESS DEAR recipient, Are you looking for a customer service agent with: •14 years of hands-on experience serving customers? •Excellent written and oral communication skills? •Proficiency with Microsoft Office and typing? •A passion to continue learning in the field of customer service? If so, then you need look […]

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The Case Study of Edmund Kemper, The Co-Ed Killer

The Case Study of Edmund Kemper, The Co-Ed Killer

19 May 0

Purdue University Global CJ289-01 Do you think the treatment Kemper received as a child was partially responsible for his crimes? I think that the treatment that he was given as a child could have a detrimental effect on an already troubled mind. Kemper was showing signs as a young child of being a psychopath, two […]

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The Case Study of Mary Bell

The Case Study of Mary Bell

19 May 0

Purdue University Global CJ289-01 Mary Bell was considered a psychopath and a sociopath as a child but has apparently led a very normal life as an adult. Do you think it is possible for a psychopath to completely change their behavior? Mary Bell was an individual who was diagnosed as a child as a psychopath. […]

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Kitty Genovese Case Study

Kitty Genovese Case Study

19 May 0

Purdue University Global CJ289-01 The Kitty Genovese case is one that is shocking, sad, and if the accounts of the witnesses are true, horrifying. I have found differing accounts about this case when it comes to the witnesses, so I am of two opinions on this part of the case. The facts of the case […]

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Three Theories of Crime Causation

Three Theories of Crime Causation

19 May 0

Purdue University Global CJ289-01 Crime is not something that is a new occurrence: Crime has been occurring for millennia, and the search for a cause for crime has been occurring for as long as crime has existed. Crime is an act that goes against current laws and can be considered against society’s norms. The search […]

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Civil and Criminal Liability: An Introduction to the

Civil and Criminal Liability: An Introduction to the

19 May 0

Civil and Criminal Liability: An Introduction to the Realities Facing Criminal Justice Practitioners Introduction Criminal justice practitioners, especially those who work in law enforcement or in corrections, face situations that can test the body, the mind, and even possibly demand the ultimate sacrifice: The life of the individual. Actions taken are under constant scrutiny to […]

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CRIMINALS – BORN OR MADE

CRIMINALS – BORN OR MADE

19 May 0

Purdue University Global CJ289-01 Andrew Phillip Kehoe was an electrical engineer who was born in Tecumseh, Michigan on February 1, 1872. He had twelve other siblings between his parents, who had come from New York state. Records indicate that Kehoe was five years old when his mother passed away, with his father subsequently remarrying a […]

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The Scientific Method

The Scientific Method

19 May 0

Purdue University Global CJ289-01 In order to prevent crime and protect citizens, there must be research done in order to isolate and find ways to combat the problem. This can require extensive research on behalf of the department in order to determine the types of crimes, the areas in which are most affected and what […]

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Foundations of Criminal Justice PowerPoint Presentation

Foundations of Criminal Justice PowerPoint Presentation

19 May 0

Foundations of Criminal Justice Cj289-01Purdue university global Interdisciplinary Foundations of Criminal Justice Psychological Crime Theory Criminal behaviors caused by mental illnessPersonality traitsViews on criminal behaviorPsychopathology, sociopathology and anti-social This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA Biological Crime Theory Crimes caused due to genetic traitsEvolutionary inheritanceBiochemical conditionsPhysiological conditions Sociological Crime Theory Socialization can […]

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