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Criminal Justice - Policing and Corrections

Color of law - P. 280 The condition that exists when an individual acts in an official government capacity and with the appearance of legal power. Police officers, mayors, and a number of other government officials perform their duties under color of law.
Qualified immunity - P. 281
Negligence Tort vs Intentional Tort - P. 282
Defenses Used in Torts - P. 283
Civilian Oversight (Review, Input & Monitor) - P. 284; 8/24? lecture
Public Duty Doctrine - P. 283
Accreditation & it’s benefits - P. 287
Exclusionary Rule 7 & Fruits of the Poisonous Tree Doctrine - P. 289
42 USC 1983 vs 18 USC 242 - P. 280; P. 290 42 USC Section 1983: fed statute provides remedy in fed court for the “deprivation of any rights…secured by Constitution and laws” of US. (civil liability p.290) 18 USC 242: most common federal statute used to hold police officers criminally liable
Police Officer’s Bill of Rights - P. ___
CALEA - P. ___
Police Code of Ethics - P. ___
Police Discretion (What can they decide? Pros, Cons, beat size & other factors that affect officer’s decisions) - P. 305
Territorial Imperative P. 316
Arrest Rates – Young vs Old - P. ___
Spirit of law vs. Letter of Law - P. ___
Wickersham and Knapp Commissions - P. ___
Police Occupational Deviance and factors that lead to it - P. ___
Gratuities and the IACP - P. ___
Type 1 and Type 2 Drug Corruption - P. ___; 8/27 lecture
Levels on the UOF continuum 8/29? - P. ___
C.E.D. (Taser) - P. ___; 8/29 lecture
Excited Delirium - P. ___
Number of Justifiable Police Homicides per year - P. ___
Imminent Danger - P. ___
Less Lethal - P. ___