Pinterest • O catálogo mundial de ideias

Explora estas ideias e outras!

Parte 6 - Drogas dos perigos da proibição à necessidade da legalizaç...

Thanks to Dexter and CSI, we all became expert in identifying the profile of a murderer through the spatter of blood in a crime scene. We know what a bloodstain pattern analysis is and we can defin…
de it's a small web

What a bloody mess

Thanks to Dexter and CSI, we all became expert in identifying the profile of a murderer through the spatter of blood in a crime scene. We know what a bloodstain pattern analysis is and we can defin…

de Sellfy.com

Criminal Procedure

Need to know what the right against unreasonable search and seizure entails? Not sure if involuntary confessions can be used in court? These topics and more can be found in the recently updated 2011 version of our popular Criminal Procedure study guide—a perfect reference tool for both students and

de Sellfy.com

Criminology

Sociology is such a broad topic. It has to do with criminology as well as many other interests. Criminology focuses on the deviance and with the inequalities in the judicial system. As sociologists, we work to avoid these inequalities and try to show awareness

Panopticon -- "a new mode of obtaining power of mind over mind, in a quantity hitherto without example"

Justice Datalab - This site allows you to explore Ministry of #Justice information - build your own graphs of Conviction #data, review our back catalogue of research & evaluation, or you can contact us to request some specific information and analysis | Ministry of Justice New Zealand

de Oprah.com

Episode 313 Recap: "Criminology 101"

Landon, David, Jim and Kathryn of the Have and Have Nots

de wormmedicine.tumblr.com

Free the Universe! Does the school system refine...

Worm Medicine: Free the Universe! Does the school system refine us and/or re-define us?

Intelligence Analysis: A Target-Centric Approach

What Works to Reduce Crime?: A Summary of the Evidence - The review examines the research evidence on what works to reduce crime. It focuses on three key strategies: 1)targeting the underlying causes of crime 2)deterring potential offenders by ensuring that the cost of offending is greater than the benefits and 3)increasing the difficulty of offending by reducing opportunities to commit crime | The Scottish Government