Criminal Justice science

Nov 17th, 2014
Price: $20 USD

Question description

Remember when answering the questions below that there is a big difference between the public sector and the private sector. The public sector of criminal justice includes being a police officer, a crime scene technician, a federal law enforcement officer, and so on. The private sector may include you being an investigator for a company, a private investigator, a security manager for a large company, a security manager for an amusement park or a sports team, and so on.

The questions are as follows:

Explain the differences between criminologists and criminalists and their respective areas of study. How are the criminologists and criminalists used in the public sector (working within a governmental body)? How are they used in the private sector (in businesses and not in law enforcement)?

If you were a criminalist, what type of job or career would you want in the private sector? In the public sector? Explain why you would want each of these careers.

If you were a criminologist, what type of job or career would you want in the private sector? In the public sector? Explain why you would want each of these careers.

Discuss the differences between white-collar crime and blue-collar crime. Which types of crime are measured by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in the Uniform Crime Reports? Which of the two (blue-collar or white-collar crime) is heavily focused on in popular culture through the media?

What is the difference between a Part-I index crime and a Part-II index crime as measured in the Uniform Crime Reports of the FBI? Which Part-I crimes would you classify as violent crimes, and which would you classify as property crimes?

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