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    Police Procedural Analysis

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    discuss how victims are placed at the centre of attention in police procedurals, and the theories used to assist these shows in helping them to put emphasis on the victims being the most important after a crime has taken place. A police procedural is a subgenre of detective fiction which attempts to convincingly illustrate the activities of a police force as they investigate crime. Over the years these procedurals have become more prominent and the most watched shows on TV, and victims are…

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    Essay On Child Trafficking

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    Child trafficking is a horrible crime that goes on under American citizens noses. This crime has a large industry in America and many other countries. People need to understand how to identify a child that has been a victim of human trafficking and they need to know the physical and emotional consequences a child can have due to this crime. First one must understand why child trafficking exist and what it consists of. Understanding where the children come from is also very important and how it…

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    Victimology Case Studies

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    Victimology Life Style Exposure The life style that the three victims, Byers, Branch and Moore had would have put them in minimal amounts of situations where they would be exposed to victimisation. As eight year old children they would have had School Monday to Friday, where they would have been overseen by a number of adults and be in the company of numerous children. This means that most days of the week and most hours of the day the victims would have had low risk of exposure to criminal…

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    Most people think that men can not get sexually assaulted, but it is pretty common to hear about male victims of sexual assault, but not as common as hearing about ladies getting sexually assaulted. If a person ever heard about a men getting sexually assaulted you probably think about prison or if the male is homosexual; that can be the case, but actually most male victims get sexually assaulted by ladies. The actual definition of sexual assault is” the sexual exploitation, forcible penetration,…

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    Victimization Theory

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    Victimization theories applies to the methods of why a crime occurs to specific individuals or victims. Three particular victimization theories are mentioned in this paper, the victim precipitation theory, the spatial relation theory, and the routine activity theory, in which all apply to the case of Carla. Carla (found strangulated to death and sexually assaulted) was a young adult female who was noted to be involved with illegal substances and “clients” of some sort. She also engaged in…

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    the Impact of Diversity on Child Sex Trafficking Victims: Since sex trafficking literally happens all over the world, there is much diversity to consider when working with child sex trafficking victims. A child sex trafficking victim could be anywhere from 4 to 17 years of age, with the average age of entry being 12-14 year of age. The child could be a boy or a girl and could be any race, culture, sexual orientation and religion. Sex trafficked victims can be homosexual, transgendered or…

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    traffickers and victims are often from the same background, and thus, the exploiters know how to take advantage over the victims (Polaris). According to Homeland Security, the traffickers look for vulnerable people who are…

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    In this assignment I will be creating three different scenarios’ which would be stalking, intimate violence and stranger violence. Stalking is a behavior toward a specific person that is a target of being harassed or scared toward a person that they know. Intimate violence is harm toward a spouse that is either sexual, physical and psychological. Stranger violence is when the offender attacks an individual that they don’t know at all. I explain and provide answers toward these three…

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    Frowning on a Smiley Theory: The Facts Behind The Smiley Face Murders The Smiley Face Murder Theory is a theory that encompasses forty victims in the northern region of the United States along the border of Canada over the last 15 years. Almost every one of the cases has been ruled an accidental death by drowning. However, two New York City detectives Kevin Gannon and Anthony Duarte are not convinced that the drowning was an accident at all. According to these detectives, the cases were…

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    controlling, coercive, threatening behaviour, violence or abuse.’ There is no doubt that the law has evolved over time to generate an increased awareness of domestic violence, whilst also offering a wide range of resources and protective measures for the victims. One of the main focal points stemming from the Family Law Act 1996 , is the topic of forced marriage and forced marriage protection orders. This in turn brings…

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