Criminal Justice

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1 Biological and Sociological Theories of Criminal Justice

Introduction The authors (Cox et al.) of Juvenile Justice: A Guide to Theory, Policy, and Practice discussed five theories, four of which are considered to be the main theories. These five theories are scientific theories, biological theories, psychological theories, sociological theories, and integrated theories. The main theories are scientific theories, biological theories, psychological theories, and […]

2 Understanding Criminal Behavior: Exploring Theories in Criminal Justice

Introduction Many people want to know the reason(s) why people do what they do, especially when it comes to criminal behavior and even more so for really horrendous crimes. Explaining why someone did what they did is not always an easy assignment. There are many theories on why someone participates in criminal activity. Typically, only […]

3 Unveiling Systemic Injustices in the Criminal Justice System

Introduction Sociology is beneficial to society because it offers both micro and macro-level theories that explain societal problems. These theories are valuable because they explain why social problems exist and how they can be alleviated. One problem that has been prevalent throughout history is crime. The purpose of this essay is to examine how lack […]

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4 Integrating Kohlberg’s Stages of Moral Development in the Justice System

Introduction Incorporating Kohlberg’s Stages of Moral Development in the Criminal Justice System Assonia Sims Professor Earl Pinkney November 18, 2018, This paper will identify and discuss three levels of Kohlberg’s Stages of Moral Development and how to incorporate them into the criminal justice system. Next, it will discuss how police officers can use Kohlberg’s stages […]

5 Criminal Justice System: Lessons from “The Kalief Browder Story”

Introduction In this paper, I will summarize the documentary “The Kalief Browder Story,” which judges the community justice aspects within New York City. Kalief Browder was a 16-year-old who was accused of stealing a backpack. This high school student was imprisoned for three years, two of them in solitary confinement on Rikers Island, without being […]