Week of April 15-19
Post date: Jan 17, 2018 4:53:01 PM
- Can the worlds of Restorative Justice and Neurocriminology come together? (How/ Explain) or do they collide? (Why)
What are legal and ethical implications for the future?
Due: April 18th
1. Ch. 16 Restorative Justice
2. Live article “Criminal Minds are Different”
3. Neurocriminology - Looking Glass article
4. State of Washington
5. Other…(Just Mercy perhaps?)
- · 750-1,000 words
- · POSTER (5% of grade)
- · What is RJ?
- · What is NC?
- · Legal and Ethical Concerns
- · What does RJ look like in Washington State?
- · Describe the future of RJ (Conclusion)
- · Cite three references (one of your own sources)
I found this article interesting because________.
The quote that sticks out to me, reads “_______”.
Submit to turnitin.com
New Unit: Restorative Justice:
- Spend some time on the following website. This is a companion reference to the article handed out in class.
Police Forensics 2
Application of Glaister’s Blood Spatter Principles
Texting While Driving Tragedy
Produce a short story that will serve as a both a “teaching moment” for your peers and a learning reference for others related to blood spatter. Use each of Glaister’s findings to deepen the effect and understanding of blood spatter one could observe at a scene of a near fatal or fatal motor vehicle accident involving teens driving and texting.
· 750-1000 words typed
· Six photos embedded into the story that illustrate each of Glaister’s conclusions
· A minimum of three references adopted from the spatter labs we conducted in class.
· Any additional photos that serve to strengthen the presentation of your material (optional but extra credit possible here…)
Due Date: April 18th ATBOC
(hard copy when you come to class or turnitin.com)
Point deductions for assignments turned in late.
Police Forensics 1
Classes this week are dedicated to yet a few more worksheets designed to deepen your understanding of dental measurements and related surfaces. Enjoy!