History & theory of blood spatter analysis & application to O.J. Simpson murder case.
An examination of how the cases of Rodriguez and Latimer impacted approaches to Euthanasia
Examines history, rehabilitation vs. punishment, problems, need for reform, public & media views and juvenile’s rights.
Examines problems & needed reforms, women police, minorities, community relations, education & training.
A dissertation as to why it would be beneficial to legalize the growth and use of marijuana.
A study in the use of money-laundering to fund terrorist activities.
Analyzes need for & benefits of this approach to overcrowding. Economics, legal issues, administration, liability, philosophies of punishment, role of govt. and public vs. private interest.
Examines the case for drug prohibition against the backdrop of the historical examples of alcohol and cigarette prohibition, arguing that complete prohibition is unlikely to succeed today.
Causes, types, incidence, effects on students & teachers, role of parents, drugs, gangs and preventive measures.
Nature, examples (Rodney King beating) & effects of institutionalized racist attitudes & behavior in law enforcement in U.S.
Discusses the recent drug enforcement policies adopted by the Bush administration and the strategies adopted by the US government to fight against drugs.
A look at two supreme court cases and their impact on Canadian rape shield legislation.
This paper is an in-depth analysis of the motives of Ted Bundy prior to and during his serial murders. The analysis uses a sub discipline of Cognitive Theory- Information Processing theory to examine Bundy’s motives prior to and during his murders.
Examines prison gang’s recruitment, illegal activities, code of conduct, leadership & hierarchy, communications system.
A discussion of the Kansas City Union Station Massacre that occurred in 1933.
The paper presents a detailed exploration of serial killers and feminism, using several sources to explore what the feminist film contributes to the understanding by society of serial killers.
A comparison of four serial killers: Bobby Joe Long, Henry Lee Lucas, Otis Toole and Edmund Kemper, using their backgrounds to discuss many different sociological and criminal theories.
This paper analyzes and evaluates the effectiveness of correctional institutions and community programs.
Citizen strategies to fight crime. Neighborhood Watch, gang violence, cooperation with police, effectiveness, rural & urban settings.
A look at various situational and social approaches to crime prevention.
Legal issues, views of courts, coercion, psychology, deceit, credibility, interrogation process and formal records.
A paper about Megan’s Law; laws concerning community notification if convicted sex offenders are being allowed to live in an affected community.
Examines theories of juvenile crime, rise in violent offenses, need for systemic reform, role of media & parents, guns & drugs and social aspects.
This paper examines the moral, political and biblical standpoints with regard to the death penalty..
A detailed paper about physician assisted suicide (euthanasia). Makes reference to laws, specific cases from Dr. Kevorkian, and much more.
This paper examines the response of various agencies to the Sept 11th terrorist attacks in New York.
A look into the physical and mental effects of ecstasy as well as the influence it has on society.
History & social & psychological aspects of gang formation & involvement, developmental & sexual issues, delinquency and violence.
The purpose of this paper is to introduce and discuss the phenomenon of police officer friendship and loyalty,
This paper discusses the rise of the Community Orientated Policing and Problem Solving (COPPS) program, showing the positive influence it has had on tough neighborhoods and the satisfaction a community feels in having helped make theirs safer.
History, organized crime involvement, cartels, source nations, money laundering, legislation, U.S. & global policy options.
This paper deals with the life, crimes and trial of Evelyn Dick.
Reasons for & effects of social & political pressures to reduce inmate privileges & increase harshness of prison life.
This paper analyzes the Three Strike Law which is used against repeated offenders. It uses the State of California as an example of the enforcement of this law and provides an overview of sources which are for and against its institution.
This paper discusses in detail the topic of wiretapping: The technology, the methods, the uses, the law and the issue of Internet wiretapping.
Analyzes reasons for system’s ineffectiveness in reducing crime, costs, effect on social funding, prisons, attitudes of criminals and recidivism.
This paper touches on methods of development and preservation of prints invisible to the naked eye.
Looks at the novel “Silence of the Lambs” and analyzes it in relationship to deviance and criminology.
This paper analyzes the book “Governing Prisons” by John Dilulio. It addresses administrative and financial concerns when running these institutions.
This paper examines the role Beccaria played in shaping criminal justice.
Examines theories on crime, focusing on domestic violence, role of drugs, incarceration and counseling.