Introduction to Criminal Justice - Perspectives on justice

Support you need to find a writer who has this book in order to do this assignment.Introduction to Criminal Justice, Sixteenth EditionLarry J. Siegel and John L. Worrall

Introduce yourself to the class. Please share a little about both your professional and personal lives (i.e., hobbies, interests, etc.), along with your future aspirations and/or goals.You have to make this part up but it's for a 30 year old married black male with three boys.

This is his first time in college taking a criminal justice course.Please try to reference more from the book.Discussion 1
There are many perspectives on justice.

Which perspective best represents your own point of view and why? What criteria make up the different definitions of “justice”?Discussion 2
.How do criminal justice professionals measure crime?

What are their methods? What, in your opinion, are the strengths and weaknesses of each of these methods, and why?Discussion 3
Your textbook outlines various kinds of crime classifications. What are they, and how do criminal justice professionals distinguish between these classifications?

Provide examples of the different classifications and explain how they belong to one classification over another.Discussion 4

Consider how private policing has affected public policing agencies. Is private policing better or worse? Why? How are they the same and how are they different?

Discussion 5What are the relationships among community policing, problem-oriented policing, and intelligence-led policing? Are they similar or are they fundamentally different?

Explain your rationale.Discussion 6
Should “stop and frisk” continue to be an exception to the laws requiring a search warrant? Why or why not? How does “stop and frisk” compare to the other types of warrant-less searches and arrests?

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