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Dictionary of criminal justice data terminology

terms and definitions proposed for interstate and national data collection and exchange : report of work performed by Search Group, Inc.

by Search Group.

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics, For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

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  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Criminal justice, Administration of -- United States -- Dictionaries

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Justice Statistics.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV6017 .S4 1982
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 257 p. ;
      Number of Pages257
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3140897M
      LC Control Number82601585

      In Policies, processes, and decisions of the criminal justice system: Criminal justice Vol. 3. Edited by Julie Horney, 7– Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice. E-mail Citation» A classic essay describing the explosion in US prison populations from to and its devastating impacts on inner-city families and communities. This comprehensive reference book is the first single volume of its kind to include key terms from criminal justice, criminology and criminal law. Ideal as a companion reference in any criminal justice, criminology or criminal law course, the book is an invaluable tool for students and professionals, providing clear, complete definitions of all.

      Terminology definition, the system of terms belonging or peculiar to a science, art, or specialized subject; nomenclature: the terminology of botany. See more.   This updated 6th edition of the Dictionary of Criminal Justice brings together, in one, easy-to-use guide, more than 3, definitions from the many disciplines that compose the field of criminal justice--including U.S. and English common law, penology, psychology, law enforcement, political science, and business administration/5(5).

      A body of citizens who listen to evidence of criminal allegations, which are presented by the government, and determine whether there is probable cause to believe the offense was committed. As it is used in federal criminal cases, "the government" refers to the lawyers of the U.S. Attorney's office who are prosecuting the case. Guilty - Conviction. For free online dictionaries use, for example, NOLO or Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd Ed. Harvard affiliates and visitors to the Harvard Law School Library can access the latest 10 th edition of the Black’s Law Dictionary online via Westlaw (or Westlaw terminal at the HLSL). Printed 10 th edition is also available at the Library in the Reference section on the 4 th floor (call number KF


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Distrust of police. Association with or sympathy for the suspect. Fear of reprisal. Remote Data Terminal. A hand-held device captures fingerprints and photo images at the crime scene.

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[Search Group.; United States. National Criminal Justice Information and Statistics Service.]. The Concise Dictionary of Crime and Justice is intended to be a concise guide to the vocabulary of contemporary criminal justice.

Should readers need greater depth of information, they should consult reference works such as the several encyclopedias of crime and justice. criminal justice. a generic term for the procedure by which criminal conduct is investigated, evidence gathered, arrests made, charges brought, defenses raised, trials conducted, sentences rendered and punishment carried out.

The judiciary administers the federal defender program pursuant to the Criminal Justice Act. Federal public defender organization As provided for in the Criminal Justice Act, an organization established within a federal judicial circuit to represent criminal defendants who cannot afford an adequate defense.

Criminal Justice System (CJS) – The collection of agencies including, but not limited to, the police, the courts, the Ministry of Justice and the Home Office which are involved in the detection and prevention of crime, the prosecution of people accused of committing crimes, the conviction and sentencing of those found guilty, and the.

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Criminal Law Dictionary CRIMINAL LAW GLOSSARY Abuse: General term for physical or mental mistreatment. Child Abuse: An intentional or neglectful physical or emotional injury imposed on a child, including sexual molestation.

Sexual Abuse: An illegal sex act, especially one performed against a minor by an adult. The term is usually applied to contact not amounting to rape. and is typically. While certain "insider" terms and lingo are used and recognized almost exclusively within law enforcement, other terms have gained wider acceptance and entered the vernacular of the general public.

Some of these abbreviations and acronyms can be found in booking reports, police reports, or used as conversational shorthand between law. ABUSER (Stigma Alert) A person who exhibits impaired control over engaging in substance use (or other reward-seeking behavior, such as gambling) despite suffering severe harms caused by such activity.

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crime definition: 1. illegal activities: 2. an illegal act: 3. an unacceptable or very silly act or situation. Learn more.Crime definition, an action or an instance of negligence that is deemed injurious to the public welfare or morals or to the interests of the state and that is legally prohibited.

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