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Criminal Activity By Gary Oreilly
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Criminal Activity 2 By Gary Oreilly
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a one page description on criminal activity..................
Criminal Sovereignty By Paul Rexton Kan, Bruce E. Bechtol Jr, Robert M. Collins
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This monograph examines North Korea's Office Number 39: its origins, organizational structure, and activities. The authors focus on Office Number 39's key illicit activities— to include... More > manufacture and distribution of illegal drugs, the counterfeiting of U.S. currency, and the manufacture and distribution of counterfeit cigarettes. Finally, as Kim Jong-Il grows frailer, assessing how his successor may continue or alter Office Number 39’s activities is also examined. (Originally published by the Strategic Studies Institute)< Less
CRIMINAL SOCIOLOGY By PROFESSOR ENRICO FERRI
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Thus we are not concerned merely with the construction of a theory of anthropology or psychology, or a system of criminal statistics, nor merely with the setting of abstract legal theories... More > against other theories which are still more abstract. Our task is to show that the basis of every theory concerning the self-defence of the community against evil-doers must be the observation of the individual and of society in their criminal activity. In one word, our task is to construct a criminal sociology.< Less
CRIMINAL SOCIOLOGY By PROFESSOR ENRICO FERRI
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Thus we are not concerned merely with the construction of a theory of anthropology or psychology, or a system of criminal statistics, nor merely with the setting of abstract legal theories... More > against other theories which are still more abstract. Our task is to show that the basis of every theory concerning the self-defence of the community against evil-doers must be the observation of the individual and of society in their criminal activity. In one word, our task is to construct a criminal sociology.< Less
“Criminal Resilience” I Poems 2013 By Gary O’Reilly
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Hello readers, this serious book of criminal poems describes activity deep inside the underworld and the intelligence that surface above the reslience of gangland members. From drug dealers, hitman... More > and drug trafficking, there's no stopping an empire whose evil community expands on a daily basis. From betrayal to friends turning friends there's no allies just lads wanting to bring a reputation to their legacy by any means. These poems are based on factions and factor of the deed of a criminal. Hope these descriptions explain a closer sense of the criminal world. Thank you all.< Less
Juvenile Delinquency and Gang Activity By Megan Lowmaster
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This short ebook contains two separate essays I wrote in college while working towards my Bachelor in Criminal Justice. The first is details about juvenile delinquents and why it is important that... More > people understand the reasons why they do things. Most of them are simply products of their environment. Learn more how to help juvenile who are coming out of gangs or in the prison system. The second article is about post prison parole and probation. It walks you through some of the hardships people encounter after returning to the civilian world after being in jail. It does touch some on prison work done by chaplains and how they try to help and encourage prisoners. These were written from a Christian perspective.< Less
"Crime in Null" or Criminal: A Youth in Sports Cultural Commentary By Vinson Ballard
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This work is about offering cultural strategies to helping youth and readers alike have alternatives to a misdirecting life of criminal activity and crime. It offers critical dialogue based on the... More > commentary of Vinson Ballard. He has a B.S. and M.S. in Criminal Justice and eulogized a brother that was a murder victim and is a former collegiate and professional athlete and minister.< Less
Pinned, Stitched, and Glitzed By Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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Unlike sexuality that comes from within the individual, gender role is formed through parental, peer, school and social influences. Many of our early views of life come from the first teachers we... More > encounter. Often our first taste of socially held beliefs such as girls look pretty and are passive, while boys do and are active, are provided to us at this early age. It is important for children to develop strong egos in their socialization phase that can withstand peer and social pressure and to create healthy relationships. With this exhibition largely comprised of delicately appliqued, sewn, pinned and woven works, we are challenging traditionally assigned gender roles and preconceived notions about what are and are not female or male work practices. Consequently, we hope to dispel traditional gender assignations to the work of these artists who are working with methods traditionally considered as “women’s work” because they are delicately and painstakingly produced.< Less
Criminals, Militias, and Insurgents: Organized Crime in Iraq [Enlarged Edition] By Phil Williams, Strategic Studies Institute
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Dr. Williams looks in detail at major criminal activities, including the theft, diversion, and smuggling of oil, the kidnapping of both Iraqis and foreigners, extortion, car theft, and the theft and... More > smuggling of antiquities. He also considers the critical role played by corruption in facilitating and strengthening organized crime and shows how al-Qaeda in Iraq, Jaish-al-Mahdi, and the Sunni tribes used criminal activities to fund their campaigns of political violence. Dr. Williams identifies the roots of organized crime in post-Ba’athist Iraq in an authoritarian and corrupt state dominated by Saddam Hussein and subject to international sanctions. He also explains the rise of organized crime after the U.S. invasion in terms of two distinct waves: the first wave followed the collapse of the state and was accompanied by the breakdown of social control mechanisms and the development of anomie; the second wave was driven by anarchy, insecurity, political ambition, and the imperatives of resource generation...< Less