Type
Word Search
Description

Justice
Bible
reformation
revenge
rehabilitation
corrymeela
Jihad
reconciliation
forgiveness
Deathpenalty

Juvenile Justice Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

arrest
assault
confinement
crime
criminal
delinquent
felony
justice
juvenile
misdemeanor
penalty
punishment
reform
rehabilitation
retribution
solitary

Restorative Justice Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Restorative Justice reduces emphasis on P_________ (10) PUNISHMENT
'Crime hurts, justice should ____' (4) HEAL
This group of people are against the use of RJ in domestic abuse cases. (9) FEMINISTS
This process relies on offenders feeling _______ (7) Remorse
A trained individual who works within the victim/offender meeting (8) MEDIATOR
This researcher is quoted in 2-down. (11) BRAITHWAITE
RJ focusses on rehabilitation of offenders through ______________ with victims. (14) RECONCILIATION
______ rather than passive involvement of both parties. (6) ACTIVE
Emphasis on needs of ______ (6) VICTIM
Focus on ________ outcomes. (8) POSITIVE

Criminal Procedures Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

procedures that guarentee individual rights in a criminal prosecution due process
rule used to exclude evidences seized illegally exclusionary rule
conclusion that a defendant has reformed rehabilitated
act of stopping a person for investigative purposes and frisking for a weapon stop and frisk
a trail by a judge without a jury bench trail
punishment based on deterring future crime deterrence
an order by the judge to refrain from discussing case with press gag order
a jury that cannot agree on a verdict hung jury
the highest level of court Sumpreme Court
how many amendments in the bill of rights ten
warnings required before officers interrogate a suspect in custody Miranda Rights
a geographic location of the court venue
Sumpreme Court held that it is unconstitutional to give juvenile the death penalty Roper v Simmons

Protestant reformation Word search

Type
Word Search
Description

anti semitism
Bible
catholic
Europe
John Calvin
Martin Luther
Peasants
Political
Pope
Protestant
Reformation
Religion

Sacraments Of Initiation Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

White
Bishop
Priest
Kind
Forgiving
Cloth
Cross
Holy water
Community
Love
Chalice
Bible
Disciples
Mary
God
Jesus
Reconciliation
Baptism
Eucharist
Wine
Bread
Dove

Works of Mercy Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

charity
Holy
God
alms
mercy
care
bible
help
love
pray
forgive
clothe
comfort
Jesus
heal
Give

Martin Luther and the Reformation Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A piece of paper for sale that was supposed to offer forgiveness of sins indulgence
A place to wait after death until your sins are forgiven and you can go to heaven purgatory
Some people believe that enough of these will get you into heaven good works
Jesus' __________ is the only thing that grants forgiveness of our sins death
Martin Luther nailed 95 of these to the church door to encourage debate theses
Someone who criticizes the church and goes against what it teaches heretic
To exclude from the church excommunicate
The place of Martin Luther's birth and death Eisleben
Martin's father wanted him to become a ____________. lawyer
Martin did not get to read this until he was an adult Bible
An official statement from the Pope papal bull
To take back something you said recant
A book of questions and answers about Christian beliefs catechism
A statement of beliefs confession
Acting right and being right with God righteousness
In Martin's time, people thought they had to pay ___________ to receive forgiveness of sins money
"It is by grace you have been saved, through ____________." (Ephesians 2:8) faith
The Apostles' _____________ is an example of a confession of faith Creed
Martin prayed to this saint when he was caught in a thunderstorm St. Anne
Martin thought that be becoming a _________, he could finally receive God's love and forgiveness monk
What Martin Luther called his wife Katie
Luther translated the Bible into this language German
The time of change in the church that Luther helped bring about Reformation

Juvenile Justice Test Chapter 1 and 2 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

__________ is the power of a court to hear a particular case. Jurisdiction
The __________ movement favors maximum penalties and punishments for crimes or delinquent acts. get tough
To minimize __________, diversion of certain types of juvenile offenders from the juvenile justice system has been recommended. stigmatization
__________ refers to the removal of status offenders from secure juvenile facilities. Deinstitutionalization
The action of police officers who view status offenders as delinquents is an example of __________. relabeling
__________ are notifications made to juvenile justice authorities that a juvenile requires the court’s attention. Referrals
__________ is a judgment or action on a petition filed with the juvenile court. Adjudication
Public opinion polls show that Americans believe that __________ should be the purpose of the juvenile justice system. rehabilitation
In the middle 19th century, __________ schools were created as the juvenile equivalent of prisons. reform
Many due process rights were accorded juveniles as a result of the ruling in the U.S. Supreme Court case of In re __________. Gault
Crimes punishable by one year or more imprisonment are known as __________. felonies
Youths deemed more susceptible to gang influence and delinquent peers are referred to as __________. at risk
The notion of juveniles progressing from status offenses to more serious offenses is known as __________ escalation. career

Reconciliation Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

contrition
sin
sacrament
Jesus
priest
God
Adam
Eve
forgiveness
mercy
grace
reconciliation

Juvenile Justice Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

advocating
appeal
convicted
crimes
death penalty
first degree murder
homicide
involuntary manslaughter
juvenile
murder
offender
parole
perpetuated
premeditated murder
rehabilitation
second degree murder
testified
trial
victim
voluntary manslaughter
weapons