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abolish
asylum
commit
conditions
confinement
discipline
Dorothea Dix
Dr. John Galt
human rights
insane
psychiatric
punishment
rehabilation
unbearable
unstable
unusual

Prison Reforms Wordsearch

Type
Word Search
Description

Asylum
Dorothea Dix
Eastern Lunatic Asylum
Inmate
Insane
John Galt
John Howard
Mental Institution
Prison
Reform
Talk Therapy
Teacher

criminal justice Crossword

Type
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

Dorothea Dix Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Dorothea Dix was the founder of Mental Health ______. ASYLUMS
At 12 years old she moved to ______ with her grandmother. Boston
The definition of Asylum is: an institution for the maintenance and _______ of the mentally ill, orphans, or other persons requiring specialized assistance. Care
She took a job at _____ _____ Prison. (no spaces) EASTCAMBRIDGE
Where did Dorothea Dix travel to? England
Philippe Pinel, a French physician, argued for more _______ treatment of the mentally ill. Humane
_______ than 50% of prisoners who received medication before intake were given medication while in prison. Less
Dorothea Dix was born in which state? Maine
In the 20th & 21st century instead of asylums, there are ______ hospitals. PSYCHIATRIC
She was the ___________ of nurses for the Union Army in the Civil War. SUPERINTENDENT

Dorothea Dix: Reform Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

treatment
sickness
reform
prison
illness
jail
institution
hospital
help
guidence
dorothea
dix
depression
chains
asylum

Dorothea Dix Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

CAMBRIDGE
MASSACHUSETTS
NEW JERSEY
NURSING CORPS
CIVIL WAR
ENGLAND
APRIL FOURTH
JULY SEVENTH
DIX MANSION
MENTAL HELP REFORM
PRISON REFORM
BIGELOW
MARY
JOSEPH
SOCIAL REFORM
CAMBRIDGE PRISON
DOROTHEA
DIX

27 Amendments Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Freedom of Speech, Press, Religion and Petition One
bear arms two
Conditions for quarters of soldiers three
need warrant or probable cause to arrest and search four
Presumption of Innocence five
Right to a speedy trial six
Right to a trial by jury Right of trial by jury of your peers seven
No cruel or unusual punishment such as torture eight
U.S. Supreme Court decides what the constitution means nine
States can make local rules and laws such as divorce rules ten
federal courts do not have jurisdiction in case against a state eleven
Revises presidential election procedures twelve
Abolishes slavery thirteen
Defines citizenship fourteen
Prohibits the denial of the right to vote based on race fithteen
Income tax sixteenth
Popular Election of Senators seventeen
Prohibition of Intoxicating Liquors eighteen
Equal Suffrage---Sex; Right of Women to Vote nineteen
Commencement of Terms; Sessions of Congress; Death or Disqualification of President-Elect twenty
Repeal of 18th Amendment twenty one
Presidental Tenure; No President may serve more than 2 elected terms twenty two
Inclusion of DIstrict of Columbia in Presidential Election System twenty three
Right to Vote in Federal Elections----Tax Payment; Outlawed the payment of a tax as a condition for taking part in elections twenty four
Presidential Succession; Vice Presidential Vacancy; Presidential Inability twenty five
Right to Vote----Age; Must be 18 years or older twenty six
Congressional Pay; Congress's power to fix the salaries of its members twenty seven

Prison and Asylum Reform Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Institution offering shelter and support to people who are mentally ill. Asylum
The action of being imprisoned. Confinement
in a state of mind that prevents normal perception, behavior, or social interaction. Insane
To formally put an end to a institution. Abolish
The imposition of a penalty as retribution for an offense. Punishment
A right that is believed to belong justifiably to every person. Human Rights
training people to obeying rules, by using punishment to correct disobedience. Discipline
not commonly occurring or done. Unusual
Not stable. Unstable
The action of restoring someone's normal life through training after an illness. Rehabilitation
Be dedicated to something. Commit
Not able to be endured or tolerated. Unbearable
An illness or other medical problem. Conditions
Relating to mental illness or its treatment. Psychiatric
An institution where paupers were maintained with public funds. Poor-houses
A prison for people convicted of serious crimes. Penitentiary
Created the first generation of American mental asylums. Dorthea Dix
He co-founded the first institution for the education of the deaf in North America, and he became its first principal Thomas Gallaudet
A place people are held as a punishment for a crime they have committed or while awaiting trial. Prison
Disorders that affect your mood, thinking and behavior Mental Illness

The Age of Reform Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

sudden push or driving force impulse
to change from one political party, religion, or way of life to another convert
to get rid of eliminate
by way of via
to keep out of or to reject exclude
strong feeling such as anger, sadness, or love emotion
to make a copy reproduce
organized attempts to improve conditions of life social reform
the idea that God decided the fate of a person's soul even before birth predestination
the most important of this new generation of preachers Charles Finney
huge outdoor religious meeting revival
an organized effort to end alcohol abuse and the problems created by it temperance movement
a total ban on the sale and consumption of alcohol prohibition
Massachusetts schoolteacher who took up the cause of prison reform Dorothea Dix
free schools supported by taxes public schools
from Massachusetts who took the lead in education reform Horace Mann
reformers who wanted to abolish, or end slavery abolitionist
one of the most forceful voiced for abolition William Lloyd Garrison
the most powerful speaker for abolitionism, published "North Star", escaped slavery and learned to read Frederick Douglass
had herself escaped from slavery, escorted more than 300 people to freedom via the Underground railroad Harriet Tubman
powerful voice on behalf of both enslaved African Americans and women Sojourner Truth
a Quacker, had spent years working in the anti-slavery movement Lucretia Mott
abolitionist who Mott met at an international anti-slavery convention, agreed to have a convention to advance women's rights Elizabeth Cady Stanton
the right of women to vote womens suffrage
an organized effort to improve the political, legal, and economic status of women in American society womens rights movement
a close ally of Stanton and together they founded the National Woman Suffrage Association in 1869 Susan B Anthony
a movement that sought to explore the relationship between humans and nature through emotions rather than through reason transcendentalism
the leading transcendentalist Ralph Waldo Emerson
unique importance of each individual individualism
took up Emerson's challenge at using their "inner light" Henry David Thoreau
idea that people should peacefully disobey unjust laws if their consciences demand it civil disobedience
began to challenge the tone of American literature Herman Melville
also began to challenge the tone of American literature Nathaniel Hawthorne
presented a gentler view of New England life, wrote "Little Women" Louisa May Alcott

Juvenile Justice Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

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

Industrial Revolution and Reformers Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

People who did not like slavery Abolitionist
Invented interchange parts and the cotton gin. Eli Whitney
Sped up farming in the MidWest. Steel plow
Invented by Samuel Morse to send information. Telegraph
A waterway built across the country to connect regions and markets. Canals
Invented by Robert Fulton and made transportation by water faster, easier, and cheaper. Steamboat
Led the educational reform movement Horace Mann
The reform to ban alcohol Temperance
Lead conductor of the Underground Railroad Harriet Tubman
The idea that humans need to trust their inner conscience and stressed relationship between humans and nature. Transcendentalism
A series of meetings conducted by a preacher to arouse religious emotions. Revival
A runaway slave Fugitive slave
An extreme shortage of food Famine
Refusal to obey laws that are considered unjust as an I violent way to press for charge Civil Disobedience
All the members of an organization or population who can work. Labor Force
Reformers whose ideas helped improve treatment of mentally ill and prison reform. Dorothea Dix