Filename: superpredators.pdf
ISBN: 0306460076
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 242
Author: Peter T. Elikann
Publisher: Da Capo Press

Download and read online Superpredators in PDF and EPUB Almost weekly it seems that we're bombarded with gruesome headlines of horrific criminal acts committed by young people - adolescents shoot their peers in the schoolyard; a teenager gives birth at her prom, kills the baby, and rejoins the dance; two boys allegedly kill a girl for her bicycle. Are children today more violent and remorseless than in the past? Is this the advent of a youth crime wave? What's the best option to fight juvenile crime - prevention and rehabilitation or life sentences in adult prisons and the death penalty? Superpredators: The Demonization of Our Children by the Law tackles these important questions head-on. Peter Elikann, criminal defense attorney, legal commentator, and author, persuasively argues that children are not born to become "superpredators" who wreak havoc on society. Superpredators fiercely champions these littlest individuals and, in fact, adopts an optimistic note - that youth crime will continue to drop as long as we invest in our children with proven policies and ethics for living and interacting. We must reevaluate the family unit and bring adults, mentors, and role models into the lives of our children.

Wicked Women

Filename: wicked-women.pdf
ISBN: 9781450274067
Release Date: 2011-01-14
Number of pages: 420
Author: Dennis J. Stevens, PhD
Publisher: iUniverse

Download and read online Wicked Women in PDF and EPUB In Wicked Women, Dennis Stevens, a criminology professor and prison counselor, shares the fascinating life stories of fifteen super predators, detailing their early life experiences and criminal activities through the time they interacted with him in prison. Withholding their names and identities, he presents disturbing evidence and chronicles the long, destructive journeys of these super predators. Dr. Stevens spent several years among high-risk felons in some of the most heavily researched penitentiaries in America while teaching criminology at various universities. He uses his vast professional experience to create fictional vignettes based on real-life situations, offering a glimpse into the souls of creatures who carry out wicked acts under the cover of a mask of sanity. While presenting bizarre accounts of incredible human cruelty of every variety—including border raids, brutal beatings, cannibalism, rape, and gang warfare—Dr. Stevens provides a never-before-seen look into the backgrounds and twisted minds of people like Margo, a transgendered drug addict obsessed with setting fires, and Mary, a former New Orleans police officer convicted of killing her partner. Without censorship or interference from political police, Wicked Women presents eye-opening, unforgettable accounts of the outrageous thoughts and gruesome destruction of super predators.


Filename: londolozi.pdf
ISBN: OCLC:655751379
Release Date: 1994
Number of pages:
Author: John VARTY

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The Super Predators video

Filename: the-super-predators-video.pdf
ISBN: OCLC:869998611
Release Date: 2000
Number of pages:

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Pop up Sharks

Filename: pop-up-sharks.pdf
ISBN: 0733601774
Release Date: 1995
Number of pages: 10
Author: Peter Seymour
Publisher: Hachette Children's Books Australia

Download and read online Pop up Sharks in PDF and EPUB 3-D sharks swim through the pop-up pages of this picture book, accompanied by an instructive text about different kinds of sharks and how to avoid becoming a shark victim. Ages 7 - 12.


Filename: superpredator.pdf
ISBN: 0997844701
Release Date: 2016-07-01
Number of pages: 306
Author: Nathan J Robinson

Download and read online Superpredator in PDF and EPUB A critical examination of Bill Clinton's record on crime, welfare, and civil rights.

Tyrannosaurus Rex the Tyrant King

Filename: tyrannosaurus-rex-the-tyrant-king.pdf
ISBN: 9780253350879
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages: 435
Author: Peter L. Larson
Publisher: Indiana University Press

Download and read online Tyrannosaurus Rex the Tyrant King in PDF and EPUB A treasure trove of information about the most famous dinosaur of allwith a supplementary CD-ROM

No Minor Matter

Filename: no-minor-matter.pdf
ISBN: 1564322432
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 169
Author: Human Rights Watch (Organization)
Publisher: Human Rights Watch

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Mass Incarceration on Trial

Filename: mass-incarceration-on-trial.pdf
ISBN: 9781595587923
Release Date: 2014-08-05
Number of pages: 224
Author: Jonathan Simon
Publisher: New Press, The

Download and read online Mass Incarceration on Trial in PDF and EPUB For nearly forty years the United States has been gripped by policies that have placed more than 2.5 million Americans in jails and prisons designed to hold a fraction of that number of inmates. Our prisons are not only vast and overcrowded, they are degrading—relying on racist gangs, lockdowns, and Supermax-style segregation units to maintain a tenuous order. Mass Incarceration on Trial examines a series of landmark decisions about prison conditions—culminating in Brown v. Plata, decided in May 2011 by the U.S. Supreme Court—that has opened an unexpected escape route from this trap of “tough on crime” politics. This set of rulings points toward values that could restore legitimate order to American prisons and, ultimately, lead to the demise of mass incarceration. Simon argues that much like the school segregation cases of the last century, these new cases represent a major breakthrough in jurisprudence—moving us from a hollowed-out vision of civil rights to the threshold of human rights and giving court backing for the argument that, because the conditions it creates are fundamentally cruel and unusual, mass incarceration is inherently unconstitutional. Since the publication of Michelle Alexander’s The New Jim Crow, states around the country have begun to question the fundamental fairness of our criminal justice system. This book offers a provocative and brilliant reading to the end of mass incarceration.

Preventing and Reducing Juvenile Delinquency

Filename: preventing-and-reducing-juvenile-delinquency.pdf
ISBN: 9781412956383
Release Date: 2009
Number of pages: 377
Author: James C. Howell
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online Preventing and Reducing Juvenile Delinquency in PDF and EPUB This text aims to inform students about the latest research and the most promising and effective programs and provides a wealth of information for understanding, preventing and controlling juvenile delinquency. The history of current juvenile justice system policies and practices is examined, including the juvenile violence 'epidemic.' Key myths about juvenile violence and the ability of the juvenile justice system to handle modern-day juvenile delinquents are discussed in depth. Developmental theories of juvenile delinquency are applied to understanding how juvenile offender careers evolve. Effective prevention and rehabilitation programs and what does not work are reviewed. And finally, a comprehensive framework for building a continuum of effective programs is presented. This book is intended as a supplementary text for undergraduate and graduate courses in juvenile delinquency, juvenile justice, and violent offender intervention courses. It is also essential reading for juvenile justice and social services research and development specialists.

Fear Nothing

Filename: fear-nothing.pdf
ISBN: 9780698148529
Release Date: 2014-01-07
Number of pages: 480
Author: Lisa Gardner
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Fear Nothing in PDF and EPUB Detective D. D. Warren must consult one killer to catch another in this taut thriller from the #1 New York Times bestselling “master of psychological suspense” (Associated Press). They were daughters of a monster—a father who slaughtered eight prostitutes before dying himself. Dr. Adeline Glen left the nightmare behind, and now she specializes in pain management. Her sister, Shana Day, followed in her father’s violent footsteps, first killing at age fourteen and being incarcerated for more than twenty-five years. After a brutal attack, Boston Detective D. D. Warren needs Adeline’s professional help to recover physically. But when a new psychopath known as the Rose Killer begins a reign of terror, D. D. must also consult the insane Shana—who claims she can help catch the madman. D. D. may not be back on the job, but she is back on the hunt. Because the Rose Killer isn’t just targeting lone women; he’s targeting D. D. And she knows there’s only one way to take him down...

Prison Profiteers

Filename: prison-profiteers.pdf
ISBN: 9781595586650
Release Date: 2009-06-01
Number of pages: 352
Author: Tara Herivel
Publisher: The New Press

Download and read online Prison Profiteers in PDF and EPUB In Prison Profiteers, co-editors Tara Herivel and Paul Wright “follow the money to an astonishing constellation of prison administrators and politicians working in collusion with private parties to maximize profits” (Publishers Weekly). From investment banks, guard unions, and the makers of Taser stun guns to health care providers, telephone companies, and the U.S. military (which relies heavily on prison labor), this network of perversely motivated interests has turned the imprisonment of one out of every 135 Americans into a lucrative business. Called “an essential read for anyone who wants to understand what’s gone wrong with criminal justice in the United States” by ACLU National Prison Project director Elizabeth Alexander, this incisive and deftly researched volume shows how billions of tax dollars designated for the public good end up lining the pockets of those private enterprises dedicated to keeping prisons packed. “An important analysis of a troubling social trend” (Booklist ) that is sure to inform and outrage any concerned citizen, Prison Profiteers reframes the conversation by exposing those who stand to profit from the imprisonment of millions of Americans.

Framing American Politics

Filename: framing-american-politics.pdf
ISBN: 9780822972723
Release Date: 2005
Number of pages: 264
Author: Karen Callaghan and Frauke Schnell, eds.
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press

Download and read online Framing American Politics in PDF and EPUB Most issues in American political life are complex and multifaceted, subject to multiple interpretations and points of view. How issues are framed matters enormously for the way they are understood and debated. For example, is affirmative action a just means toward a diverse society, or is it reverse discrimination? Is the war on terror a defense of freedom and liberty, or is it an attack on privacy and other cherished constitutional rights? Bringing together some of the leading researchers in American politics, Framing American Politics explores the roles that interest groups, political elites, and the media play in framing political issues for the mass public. The contributors address some of the most hotly debated foreign and domestic policies in contemporary American life, focusing on both the origins and process of framing and its effects on citizens. In so doing, these scholars clearly demonstrate how frames can both enhance and hinder political participation and understanding.

Killer Species 3 Out for Blood

Filename: killer-species-3-out-for-blood.pdf
ISBN: 9780545633826
Release Date: 2014-02-25
Number of pages: 192
Author: Michael P. Spradlin
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

Download and read online Killer Species 3 Out for Blood in PDF and EPUB The action-packed series by Michael P. Spradlin returns. Each book covers a genetically engineered superpredator wreacking havoc on the environment. Dr. Catalyst has finally come unhinged. Twice the crazed scientist has released his super predators into the wild to combat invasive species, and twice Emmet Doyle and his best friend Calvin Geaux have exploded his efforts. Now he's out for something more than just snakes and fish. Dr. Catalyst wants revenge. It's a quiet night when Emmet takes his dog, Apollo, out for a walk in the backyard. Until the noise begins. Part batlike screech, part insect buzz -- it seems to be coming from the roof. Suddenly the sky is full of dark, beating shapes, and they're all headed straight for Emmet. Dr. Catalyst's newest creations are hungry, and only one thing will satisfy them. Blood.

Body Count

Filename: body-count.pdf
ISBN: STANFORD:36105019236566
Release Date: 1996
Number of pages: 271
Author: William John Bennett

Download and read online Body Count in PDF and EPUB "Body Count diagnoses America's plague of violent crime. Its authors - William Bennett, John DiIulio, and John Walters - define the epidemic's size, its range, and its scope. Through stories and anecdotes they present the very real human tragedies behind the numbers. Most important, they describe the source of violent crime: abject moral poverty, the destitution visited upon children raised without loving, capable, responsible adults who teach right from wrong. Though dozens of other explanations have been offered for America's horrifying rates of violent crime - from academics and clinicians, cops and social workers, politicians on the right and the left - they are, at best, proxies for the real cause. It is not prisons (or their scarcity), guns (or their excess), the death penalty, the exclusionary rule, or even material impoverishment. Look to the root of a criminally twisted tree, the authors argue, and you will find only moral poverty and its parasite: drug abuse." "And argue they do, with both powerful rhetoric and rigorous analysis. Bennett, DiIulio, and Walters demolish such myths as economic poverty causes crime; the United States imprisons a disproportionate number of its citizens; drug abuse is a victimless crime...and nothing useful can be done about it anyway; the death penalty is today a major deterrent of crime; and incarceration doesn't work." "Each and every one of these myths is not merely wrong but tragically mistaken. The authors draw upon an immense fund of hard data and offer some of the most serious analysis ever given to America's criminal justice system - a system designed to protect America from violent crime, a system that has, for all practical purposes, failed, with one in three violent crimes committed by a person on either probation, parole, or pre-trial release. Body Count offers a radically new reading of the problem, proposes controversial but necessary policies at every level of government, profiles cities that are making progress against violent crime, and appeals to responsible citizens from all points on the political compass to join forces in the battle against moral poverty. It is certain to be one of the most read, discussed, and argued about books of the year."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved