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Criminology and Criminal Justice Top 10

Created By: Gabrielle Perretta | Last Updated: Jul 12, 2022

(Contains 10 resources)

  • Policing Cybercrime: The Challenges, Part 1
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    Policing Cybercrime: The Challenges, Part 1

    Academic:David Wall

    Content Type: videos

    Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd. (2017)

    Professor David Wall discusses the challenges and issues of policing cybercrime. He explains the culture of fear that surrounds cybercrime, the prosecution of cybercrime, and how social media relates to cybercrime.

  • Policing Cybercrime: The Challenges, Part 2
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    Policing Cybercrime: The Challenges, Part 2

    Academic:David S. Wall Ph.D.

    Content Type: videos

    Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd. (2017)

    Professor David Wall discusses cybercrime policing and the different strategies used to police cybercrime. Cybercrime policing has many challenges because jurisdictions and laws are still unclear. Wall discusses police regulation and regulation outside of police departments.

  • Cybercrime
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    Cybercrime

    Academic:David Wall Ph.D.

    Content Type: videos

    Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd. (2017)

    Professor David Wall describes the different types of cyber crime and talks about how to distinguish between crimes enabled by the Internet and those that would take place even without it.

  • Policing: The Hiring Process
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    Policing: The Hiring Process

    Practitioner:Brian D. Fitch Ph.D.

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    Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc. (2014)

    Lieutenant Brian Fitch discusses the hiring process in law enforcement and the strict standards it involves.

  • Jon Heidt Discusses Criminological Theory
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    Jon Heidt Discusses Criminological Theory

    Academic:Jonathon Heidt Ph.D.

    Content Type: videos

    Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd. (2017)

    Dr. Jonathon Heidt discusses criminological theory and the study of theory. Criminological theory tries to explain criminal behavior through interdisciplinary methods. Heidt discusses the value of learning criminological theory, developments in the field, and key research in the field.

  • Jeff Ferrell Discusses Cultural Criminology
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    Jeff Ferrell Discusses Cultural Criminology

    Academic:Jeff Ferrell Ph.D.

    Content Type: videos

    Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd. (2017)

    Professor Jeff Ferrell explains cultural criminology as the intersection between cultural dynamics and crime and justice. It is concerned with understanding why crime occurs and how culture affects and is affected by crime. Ferrell discusses debates in the field, future directions, and challenges of researching cultural criminology.

  • Leah Daigle Discusses Victimology
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    Leah Daigle Discusses Victimology

    Academic:Leah Daigle Ph.D.

    Content Type: videos

    Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd. (2017)

    Dr. Leah Daigle discusses the study of victimology and how it differs from criminology. She describes measurement tools, the accuracy of those tools, the non-reporting that can occur among victims, and the participation of the victim in the criminal justice system.

  • Sex Trafficking of American Indian Women & Children
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    Sex Trafficking of American Indian Women & Children

    Academic:Erin Heil Ph.D.

    Content Type: videos

    Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd. (2017)

    Dr. Erin Heil discusses the high rate of sex trafficking of American Indian women and children, as well as the factors that contribute to it. Tribal police and courts have limited jurisdiction and ability to punish perpetrators, particularly perpetrators who are not American Indians.

  • Killing Spree: Columbine High School, Columbine Massacre
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    Killing Spree: Columbine High School, Columbine Massacre

    Director:Neil Edwards
    Producer:Neil Edwards
    Interviewee:Kate Battan, Sean Graves, Jeff Kass, Renee Napoli, Monte Fleming, Tom Mauser, Craig Scott
    Narrator:Chistopher Slade
    Interviewee:Frank Deangelis, Dylan Klebold, Randy Brown, Judy Brown, Dave Cullen, Eric Harris, Sean Dugan, Dwayne Fuselier, Jack Levin

    Content Type: videos

    Publisher: Twofour Rights (2014)

    April 20, 1999 is a day that will live into notoriety, marking the deadliest high school shooting in U.S. history. Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold embarked on the planned massacre throughout Columbine high school, killing thirteen before taking their own lives. This documentary examines the victims, victims' families, and the motives behind the shooting.

  • Evidence-Based Practices in Community Corrections
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    Evidence-Based Practices in Community Corrections

    Academic:Shannon Barton Ph.D.

    Content Type: videos

    Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd. (2017)

    Professor Shannon Barton discusses evidence-based practice in community corrections. She describes the eight principles for effective intervention, emphasizing the need to adhere to all of them equally. Barton also highlights some of the pitfalls of this approach.

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