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Criminal History
Court
Officer
Bonds
Drug Court
Substances
Evaluation
Therapeutic
Interview
Supervision
PreTrial
Showcause
Capias
Probation
ReEntry
Motivation
Intake
Client

Criminal Justice Word Search

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Word Search
Description

adjudications
appelate
care
corrections
court
criminal
diversion
Evidentiary
George
grand
hearing
jury
justice
kelling
lawyer
magistrate
municipal
officer
path
patriae
peel
probate
program
rape
sentencing
state
statutory rape
superior
trail

Chapter 12 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A program in which inmates are release to attend college or vocational programs. educationrelease
A court-imposed sentence requiring offenders to remain confined in their own residence. Homeconfinement
A sentence for a first time nonviolent offender who was not expecting a sentence. shockprobation
Prevention and treatment programs designed to promote the successful transition of offenders from prison to the community communitybasedcorrections
Programs that adapt military - style fitness and discipline training to the correctional environment shockincarceration
A transition program that allows inmates to move from prison to the community in steps halfwayhouse
A program that allows facilities to release inmates for paid work in the community. workrelease
An approach that provides drug offenders the opportunity for intermediate sanctions, community treatment, and intensive probation supervision instead of prison time. drugcourt
"not in my back yard" NIMBY
Programs provided by religion based and church affiliated groups. FAITHBASEDPROGRAMS
An intermediate sanction to provide a gradual adjustment to reentry under closely supervised conditions. DAYREPORTINGCENTERS
An approach in home confinement programs that ensure compliance through electronic means. ELECTRONICMONITORING
An intermediate sanction where, after a brief period of imprisonment, the judge brings the offender back to court and offers the option of probation. SPLITSENTENCING
Probation supervised by probation and parole officers with smaller caseloads. IPS
Programs modeled after military style entry level training programs for youthful nonviolent offenders. BOOTCAMPS

Extra Credit Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A type of punishment that is meant to discourage future criminal behavior in a person being charged with a crime. Special Deterrence
The act of instilling fear of severe punishment in the general public, so as to prevent them from committing crimes in the future. General Deterrance
The action of restoring someone to health or normal life through training and therapy after imprisonment, addiction, or illness. Rehabilitation
An entry-point measure for chronic drug users where the body is cleansed of drugs so that treatment while sober can begin. Detoxification
Where participants are involved in activities while they live and work independently in the community. Outpatient Treatment
An approach to justice in which the response to a crime is to organize a meeting between the victim and the offender, sometimes with representatives of the wider community. Restoration
To deprive of ability, qualification, or strength; make incapable or unfit; disable. Incapacitation
Long-term peer-led programs that force chronic addicts to face their addiction using group confrontational methods. Therapeutic Communities
Requires that we repay in kind what another has done for us. Norm of Reciprocity
The dispensing or receiving of reward or punishment especially in the hereafter Retribution
The action of discouraging an action or event through instilling doubt or fear of the consequences. Deterrence
An alternative process to traditional criminal court for people who have been arrested for misdemeanors, nonviolent felonies, and have a history of alcohol or drug abuse, or who have committed a crime and have a mental illness. Problem Solving Courts
A common problem that is correlated with people who end up on community correctional supervision. Substance Abuse
Both a substance abuse problem and a mental health diagnosis. Co-Occurring Disorders
A community based tool that is increasingly used in a wide variety of situations, such as pretrial release, as a condition of diversion, or following sentencing. Electronic Monitoring
Is stricter than curfew and affords greater control over offenders' activities. Home Detention
A nonresidential alternative to incarceration that blends high levels of control with the delivery of specific services needed by offenders. Day Reporting Center
A behavior modification program that increases a client's community freedom depending on the amount of time spent in the program and the client's behavior, employment status, and amount of money saved. Level Systems
Are determined by the severity of the offense and, like restitution, can be paid in installments. Fines
Repaying the victim as a step toward offender rehabilitation. Restitution

court Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who appoints the federal judges with the advice and consent of the senate? President
What type of officer conducts presentence investigations, prepares presentence reports on convicted defendants, and supervises released defendants? Probation
What is the term used to describe evidence presented orally by witnesses during trials or before grand juries? testimony
________ are rules that set out a uniform sentencing policy for individuals and organizations convicted of felonies and serious (Class A) misdemeanors in the United States federal courts system. sentencing guidelines
What is the highest court in the country? supreme court
Does state court or federal court have jurisdiction over bankruptcy cases? federal
What is the term used for a crime that is punishable by death? capital offense
________ is a proceeding in which an individual who is accused of committing a crime is brought into court, told of the charges, and asked to plead guilty, not guilty, or nolo contendere (no contest) arraignment
In a criminal case who can appeal a guilty verdict? defendant
What type of offense is it when the penalty can include up to one year in a county jail. misdemeanor
What amendment protects against cruel and unusual punishments? eighth
How many of the amendments are for criminal cases? four
What is a serious crime carrying a penalty of more than one year in prison called? felony
How many jurors are there in a criminal trial? twelve
What is the least serious offense called? infraction
The U.S. is the only country in the world with juries in what type of trials? civil
What branch of government makes the laws? legislative

PROBATION DEPARTMENT Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

VIOLATIONS
JUVENILE
SUPERVISION
GROUP COUNSELOR
OFFICER
WARRANT
BADGE
PRETRIAL
COURT
OFFENDER
CONVICTION
SENTENCE
HANDCUFFS
PROBATION

Criminal Justice Vocabulary Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A finding of not guilty by a judge or jury. Acquittal
The loser at a trial asks a higher court to rule the trial judge made an error. The result may be the trial court is affirmed (the winner still wins), reversed (the loser now wins), or reversed and remanded (trial court has more work to do and has to follow the rule of law established by the appeals court). Appeal
______ ____________is the details; taking the time to make sure all of the details have been examined. For example, when processing a crime scene, officers should use ______ ___________ to ensure all components of the crime scene have been examined. Due Diligence
If something has _____________ value in a case, then it is an item that can be used to prove guilt or innocence of a subject. In addition, items that have ________value show a crime did in fact take place. If an item does not have _____________value, then it is an item that has been ruled out from assisting in an investigation. Evidentiary
A crime with a lower penalty than a felony. Misdemeanor
During an arraignment, it’s a defendant's plea of ______ _________, not admitting to the guilt of the crime, but paying the penalty for it. Nolo Contendere
An inmate's early release from prison upon good behavior, as well as meeting conditions throughout the early release. Parole
a group (3 or more) of individuals who conspire and act out activities that our justice system deems illegal. Organized Crime
Crimes at a level charged higher than a Misdemeanor Felony
A Defendant's voluntary guilty plea to an offense charge, for a lesser sentence. Plea Bargain
Government action against an accused person's criminal conduct. Prosecution
Re-offending [to do the same crime twice] Recidivism
an order to appear in court. Summons
someone who takes the law into their own hands, ignoring the criminal justice process. Vigilante
The individual that the charges are against. Defense
It is the physical action of the criminal act. Actus Reus
________ __________are required whenever you are interrogating someone who is in police custody (arrested/detained) about a crime. It is important to note you do not have to read someone their _______ ________ if you are gathering initial information. However, once you start asking crime specific or detailed questions, then the ___________ ___________ has to be read. Miranda Warning
A defense to a criminal act that purports the defendant was somewhere other than the place of the crime at the time the crime occurred. Alibi
a category of crime that consists of setting a fire with the intent of causing some type of harm (excludes accidental fires). Arson
A sufficient reason based upon known facts to believe a crime has been committed or that certain property is connected with a crime. Probable Cause
This amendment protects against unreasonable searches and seizures. Fourth
This Amendment protects the freedom of speech, religion, press, and peaceful protest. First
This Amendment protects an individuals right of self incrimination. Fifth
Alternative to imprisonment where a person can stay in the community with supervision Probation
The use or threat of violence directed at people or governments to punish them for past action or to bring about a change of policy that is to the terrorist's liking Terrorism
The killing of one person by another, whether intentional or non intentional Homicide
Unlawful offer or attempt with force or violence to hurt another Assault
The taking of the property of another out of his or her presence by means of force and violence or the threat thereof Robbery
Acquisition of the property of another through deception Fraud
The nighttime breaking and entering of the dwelling house of another, with the intention to commit a crime or theft therein (a felony) Burglary
The theft of property or money with which one is entrusted with or responsible for Embezzlement
Wrong committed by one person against other that does not require punishment, only entitles the victim to compensation Tort
The relationship between private parties only Civil
The relationship between the misbehaving private individual and society/government Criminal
The wronged individual in a civil case Plantiff
What the plaintiff seeks to win (Money) - damages Judgement
An unintentional tort. When a person's failure to use reasonable care causes harm Negligence
Responsible for harm Liable
Legal responsibility - the obligation to do or not do something Liability
Oral statements that harm reputation Slander
Someone who helps another person commit a crime Accomplis
An agreement between two or more persons to commit a crime Conspiracy
The most serious form of criminal homicide (done w/ malice) Murder
The deliberate taking of one's own life Suicide
Statement that contains information about the elements of a crime and that is provided and attested to by a person involved in committing the crime. Can be oral or written. Confession
That portion of a residence not open to the public. Sidewalks and alleys are open to the public. But the ________ is reserved for private use by the property owner or the family. Curtilage
Questioning of an unwilling person (could be a relative or friend or suspect or even a witness) that is reluctant to give you information and that is suspected of direct or indirect involvement in the crime being investigated. Interrogation
Failure to properly care for a child. Also failure to care for a property or one's actions. Neglect

criminal justice Crossword

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Crossword
Description

training center for future policemen academy
community based corrections status probation
Unable to appreciate the nature of the charges against oneself and unable to assist one's attorney incompetent
Group that reviews the sentences of prisoners, the board of _________ pardons
theory that punishment causes people to avoid committing crime deterrence
release without bail recognizance
Latin for what comes next? Quo ______ Vadis
crime punishable by prison time felony
place of short term confinement jail
order allowing search or arrest warrant
questioning a potential witness or juror to determine qualification to serve. Voir ______ Dire
crime punishable by time in jail misdemeanor
go to a higher court to review the judgement appeal
charging document information
plea that results in punishment guilty
jury finding of innocence acquittal
Warning to suspect before custodial interrogation miranda
courtroom ____________group. Part of informal justice system work
culpable mental state, mens _________ rea
criminal act, actus ___________ reus
Intentional killing of another human being murder
reckless killing of another human being manslaughter
finder of fact in a non-bench trial jury
determiner of law judge
the tendency to return to a life of crime recidivism
rule that makes evidence not admissible because of police misconduct exclusionary
place for felons prison
taking of one into custody arrest
money posted to guarantee appearance in court bail

judicial branch Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

In the state court judges are elected for how many years 4years
If you are a delinquent or unruly what is the age for you to go to a juvenile court Under 17
Highest court in ga supreme
Court that can issue search warrants state
How many supreme court are there in GA 1 court
Civil wrong doing of an individual tort
Who reviews the death sentence cases supreme court
Court that handles minor traffic incidents magistrate
Number of counties in GA 159
Court that handles wills and estates probate
Which court handles cases involving violations of city law municipal
Highest trial court superior
What is the job of the judicial branch to Georgia citizens ensure justice
What did you do if you got the death penalty capital felony
What judges are elected by partisan elections juvenile
Most serious crimes felony crimes
Appellate court other than supreme court of appeals
Occurs when a written law is broken crime
Reviews cases that have been already decided by a lower court appellate
Less serious crimes with less than a year in prison misdemeanor
Which court look at all felony trials superior
What type of case does felony and misdemeanors go to criminal
Which court deal with land deed disputes superior
What are the delinquent behaviors that bring a juvenile to the adult process 7 deadly sins

criminal justice Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

violation of the criminal laws of state, the federal gov't or a local jurisdiction. crime
the principle of fairness, righteous, truthful. justice
justice in terms of the distribution of privileges within a society. social justice
society taking precedence over individual rights public order
civil law civil justice
criminal law criminal justice
the systems opponents work together to achieve social product consensus model
assumes that the components function to serve their own interests. conflict model
oppurtunity for bail first appearance
information is gathered booking
issue written by a judicial officer directing law enforcement warrant
money; getting released bail
written accusation submitted to the court by a grand jury indictment
the first appearance of the defendant before the court arraignment
criminal proceeding, the examination in court of the issue trial
served with other sentence consecutive
served at the same time concurrent
scientific studies of causes and prevention of crime criminology
written accusation submitted by prosecutor information

Police Academy Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Any person who is contracted with the state or country, whose responsibility is the supervision, protection, care, custody, and control, of inmates in a correctional facility is known as a _______. Correctional Officer
A court-ordered sentence that places a person under the supervision of a probation officer under specified court ordered terms and conditions as an alternative to supervision after incarceration. Probation
__________ is the release of an inmate from a correctional institution prior to the conclusion of the inmate's court-imposed sentence. Parole
A ________ may be defined as governmental intrusion into a place where a person has a reasonable expectation of privacy. Search
__________ are correctional institutions maintained by federal or state governments for the confinement of convicted felons. Prisons
A fair probability or reasonable grounds to believe that a crime was committed, based on the totality of the circumstances is known as ________. Probable cause
The ____________, also known as the Florida Mental Health Act, provides emergency services and temporary detention for evaluation and voluntary or involuntary short-term community inpatient treatment, if necessary. Baker Act
The __________ was enacted by Congress to address the problem of sexual abuse of persons in the custody of U.S. federal, state, or local correctional agencies. PREA
Any unauthorized article or any authorized article in excessive quantities or altered from its intended purpose is known as ______. Contraband
True or False: Prisons are over crowded by 55% and are understaffed. True
Any criminal offense punishable under the laws of this state by death or imprisonment in a state facility for a period exceeding one year is known as a ________. Felony
A _________ is an authoritative statement used to direct, influence, or give orders to a person or group. Verbal command
In prisons or jails, gangs are referred to as _______________. Security Threat Groups
How many zones are there in the city of Coral Springs? Six
After towing a vehicle, an officer should do this to assure that all items are documented and secured in the vehicle. Inventory
Before searching a vehicle or rendering first aid, the officer should put this on. PPE
In Broward County, terraces, ways, and avenues all run in this direction. North/South
When speaking to dispatch about a 10-50, the officer should always communicate their _______ first. Location
When dispatch asks the officer if they are 10-75, they are asking if they are ______. Okay
When conducting a Felony traffic stop, what is the minimum number of patrol vehicles that should be part of the take down? Three
_________ resistance is the subject's use of physically evasive movements directed toward the officer. Active
_____________ resistance is a subject's attacking movements toward an officer that may cause injury but not likely to cause great bodily harm or death. Aggressive
____________ carries blood away from the heart. Arteries
Force that is likely to cause death or great bodily harm. Deadly force
Temporary restraining devices used frequently to control a subject. Handcuffs
What is the minimum age in which you would be allowed to be a police officer or correctional officer? nineteen
A physical frisk of a subject conducted in a predetermined pattern to locate weapons. Pat Down
What type of weapon is not fundamentally designed to cause death or great bodily harm? Nonlethal