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|Stages of the Criminal Justice System|
|Discretion and Ethics in the Criminal Justice System|
|The Wedding Cake Model of Justice|
|Models of Criminal Justice|
|The Influence of the Media on the Criminal Justice System|
|Types of Law|
|Sources of Law|
|Uniform Crime Reports|
|National Incident-Based Reporting System|
|National Crime Victimization Survey|
|Self-Reported Offending Datasets|
|What Is a Theory of Crime?|
|Classical Theories of Crime|
|Biological and Psychological Theories of Crime|
|Sociological Theories of Crime|
|Contemporary Theories of Crime|
|Victims and Crime|
|Theories of Victimization|
|History of Victims’ Rights|
|Victims in the Criminal Justice System|
|What Is Policy?|
|Why Do We Need Criminal Justice Policies?|
|How Do Criminal Justice Policies Develop?|
|Politics and Criminal Justice Policy|
|Research and Criminal Justice Policies|
|A Brief History of Policing|
|Types of Police Organizations|
|Women in Policing|
|Racial and Ethnic Diversity in Policing|
|What Do the Police Do?|
|Strategies and Tactics of Policing|
|Policing and the Law|
|Ethical Dilemmas and Corruption|
|Use of Force|
|Police Occupational Stress|
|Criminal Versus Civil Courts|
|Jurisdiction and the Courts System|
|Structure of the Courts|
|Courtroom Participants and Their Duties|
|Stages of a Criminal Court Case|
|History of Jails and Prisons|
|Types of Prisons|
|Prison Security Levels|
|Issues in Incarceration|
|Legal Rights of Prisoners|
|Issues in Reentry|
|History of the Juvenile Justice System|
|Structure of the Juvenile Court|
|Demographics of Juvenile Offenders|