ISU CJS 101 - Incarceration (2 pages)

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overview of incarceration stats

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Illinois State University
Cjs 101 - Introduction to Criminal Justice Sciences

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CJS 101 1st Edition Lecture 7 Outline of Last Lecture II Politics of crime control III Rehab IV 1980 s drugs A Nelson Rockefeller Vlll Drug stats A Police strategies Outline of Current Lecture V Wedding cake Vl What happens after prison time Vll Limits on data Vlll Consent searches Current Lecture Wedding cake Bottom layer misdemeaners Layer 3 lesser felonies Layer 2 the serious felonies Top layer celebrated cases Stats 1 100 males are in prison loisiana incarcerates the most people What happens after prison time These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute Voting rights many states deny voting rights to those on probation and parole Illinois restores voting upon ending incarceration Florida does not permit it for 5 years after being incarcerated and then the individual has to apply Limits to the data Self reported A few agencies don t comply The data on Minority population is based on census but of minorities in an area is not driven always by where they live But the data is valuable particularly when examined OVER TIME using the same methodology Consent searches It is not easy to say NO to an officer An authority position If I say no will he gain suspicion Yet our constitutional right is to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures absent PC and a warrant Consent is sought when the officer LACKS that

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