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Inmate Families Many studies have shown that, in the United States many breadwinners who are mostly men are engaged in one wrong or the other leading to imprisonment at some point in life. Such incarceration leads to many families issues. Such includes a breakdown of a relationship and as a consequence, many women find it...
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Cyber security has acquired an increased growth in interest from many organizations, and the occurrences of data breaches such as that of Anthem have solidified its importance (Hall, 2015). Like any other occupation, deep knowledge and understanding of the area of expertise is highly valued. In this case, the traditional data management, programming, network administration...
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Introduction Digital forensic today plays a crucial role in determination of criminal cases not only in America but also in other parts of the world.  This has been as a result of advancement in technology and sophistication of the computer software that are in use. Prosecution has found it easy to evidence in court and...
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Introduction National security is an important issue for any country and it is handled by its national police service. The duties of police vary from simple traffic management to more dangerous roles such as prevention of crime and disrupting gang activities. The police are faced with various issues in crime management including the use of...
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Sentencing contributes towards the respect of public order by denouncing unlawful conducts. This inspires fear to anyone who witnesses the punishment and makes him/her refrain from engaging in such a crime. Therefore, the reason behind sentencing is to give respect to the law as well as uphold safe, just and peaceful community and in doing...
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Miscarriage of Justice Injustice has been a common problem that has sent poor innocent people to prison. Injustice results from falsely accusation of crime leading to suffering of a person who did not commit the crime. Many innocent people have suffered as victims of injustice due to factors like plea bargains, misidentification and false accusations....
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Al Qaeda, the Main Threat? Bruce Hoffman and Marc Sageman stand as the most noteworthy study of contemporary terrorism. A former Central Intelligence Agency analyst, Sageman created a couple of the most extensively employed resources concerning jihadist practices, which are: Leaderless Jihad and Understanding Terror Networks. Likewise, Hoffman wrote numerous reputable publications concerning terrorism, which...
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Introduction Terry v. Ohio was a court case conducted within the United States Supreme Court in 1968. Judges at the Supreme Court ruled the case in relation to rights awarded to citizens based on the Fourth Amendment. The case therefore determined if police officers ought to frisk, pat down, search, and seizure a suspect without...
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Introduction Mixed methods research is formally defined as the class of research where the researcher mixes or combines quantitative and qualitative research techniques, methods, approaches, concepts or language into a single study. Review: Understanding homelessness, mental health and substance abuse through a mixed-methods longitudinal approach In this article, a mixed method of research would be...
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Causation Causation denotes the association involving conduct and outcome. That is, causation offers a way of linking conduct to a resulting outcome, characteristically an injury. In criminal justice, causation is referred to as the actus reus (an act) from which an injury or other outcome occurrs and is shared with mens rea (a condition of...
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