CJA 314 Week 5 Learning Team Paper - Criminology in the Future

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Resource: Victims’ compensation websites
in your state and the National
Center for Victims of
Crime website (http://www.ncvc.org)

 

Resource:  Criminology in the 21st Century located on the student website:

 

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Criminology Interviews:
Director and Chief of Victimization Stats

·        
Terrorism: A Study in Public
Safety

 

Resource: Films on Demand videos located
in this week’s Electronic Reserve Readings:

 

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“Sleeper Cell Networks”

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“Advantages and Disadvantages
of Surveillance”

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“What is Biometrics?” 

 

Resource:  research the following

 

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U.S.
Patriot Act

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The Domestic Security
Enhancement Act of 2003

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Homeland Security Act of 2002

 

Write a 2,100- to 2,400-word paper
addressing the following:

 

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Future directions of crime
fighting and it’s role in social policy implication

 

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The potential for specific
crime-fighting methodologies, such as using biometrics, implementing cybercrime
spyware, or mandating DNA collection programs

 

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Evolving law enforcement and
forensic technologies used to detect criminal activities

 

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Possible civil liberty or
ethical violations as they relate to the evolving technologies you included in
the paper

 

Discuss how the evolution of crime
fighting may affect social policy from national and international perspectives.


 

Consider how the evolving technologies
relate to national and international policymaking.

 

Develop a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft®
PowerPoint® presentation that includes major points from the paper.
Include detailed explanations in the speaker notes section that correlate with
each point.

 

Include videos, audio, photos, diagrams,
or graphs as appropriate.

 

Format the paper and
presentation consistent with APA guidelines.
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