Victim Essay Topics

Victim’s responsibility

According to Karmen (2007), the question of “victim’s responsibility” can be reduced to six, listed from least to most guilty. The first is 100% guilt free victim, a victim that might be the victim of a random crime. After this, there is victim proneness, the specific kind of victim I have chosen for the first… View Article

Victimless crimes should be free from governmental interference

Victimless crimes should be free from government interference. For, For, since there are no victims, then money can be saved. And, inclusion of victimless crimes will increase the already overstocked cases in the courts. Also, the “victims” have the liberty to forget the incidents. In addition, these victimless crime situations usually occur in the privacy… View Article

Cyber Stalking

Cyber stalking is the use of the Internet or other electronic means to stalk or harass an individual, a group of individuals, or an organization. It may include false accusations, monitoring, making threats, identity theft, and damage to data or equipment, the solicitation of minors for sex, or gathering information in order to harass. The… View Article

Building an Ethical Organization

In April 2010, the newly formed The Center for Sexual Abuse/Assault Recovery will open their doors. According to the U. S. Department of Justice (2009), a sexual assault happens once every two minutes. The victims of these assaults need a safe place to turn for assistance. Currently there is no centrally located center for these… View Article

Ben Carson Paper

Ben Carson: gifted, intellectual, and one of the most talented surgeons of his generation. Those are just a few words to describe the well-renown and inspiring Dr. Ben Carson. Unfortunately, people didn’t always use these words to describe the talented surgeon. At a young age Ben Carson was forced to overcome obstacles in school. Carson… View Article

Criminal Profiling: Charles Ng

When you first hear the news about an offender committing numerous crimes, you assume he or she might have been abused at some point in their life or that they have had a long criminal record. Most repeat offenders come from a string of a bad life, parental abuse such as abandonment, neglect, and/ or… View Article

Analysis of “1954” by Sharon Olds

“1954” by Sharon Olds is a poem displaying the horrors of an instance of rape and murder of a young girl by a man named Burton Abbott in 1954. Olds uses a frantic and horrified tone highlighted by a careful choice of diction to express her messages that any ordinary-looking person can disguise evil and… View Article

Module Two: Lab Questions

1.Why was the Crippen case important? -It was so important because it was a landmark case, it was known for being the crime of the century, the first trial by media and the first to be dominated by forensic science. 2.What was Crippen accused of? Why was he accused of this crime? -He was accused… View Article

Ask for Help

Describe the process that you used to take a sample of the puddle-shaped burn pattern on the floor. Why did you also take samples from the portion of the floor that was not burned? To take a sample of the burned floor we scraped the burnt wood will we got loose pieces of it. We… View Article

Victims’ Rights and Vengeance

There have been many alterations to the legal rights and assistance programs to better serve victims of crime. In every state, there are considerable rights in order to protect these victims. The statues of Victims’ rights influence how the victims are treated within the criminal justice system. “This was the key goal of the sweeping… View Article

Restorative Justice

This week’s assignment is a paper on the Restorative Justice Process. The instruction is to “review the RJ City case study regarding Ed and David Brooke, (http://www.rjcity.org/the-project/documents/Case%20Study% 2030-10-09.pdf). This report will give an explanation of the restorative justice process, identifying the crime, the effect the crime had that went beyond the harm it inflicted on… View Article

Building Baby from the Genes Up

1)-Anne Quindlen’s job is to be a reporter, a journalist. 2)-She got interested in the case because she could see herself as one of the victims. 3)-She has a negative attitude towards death penalty, because in the essay she is saying that the death penalty does not solve anything. 4)-Ms. Quindlen tells the readers that… View Article

Topical Pattern

A.The pressure is mounting, the pain is unbearable, thoughts are racing through your head, you just can’t go on any longer and then the erry sound of silence. B.Suicide has been defined as “any death that is the direct or indirect result of a positive or negative act accomplished by the victim, knowing or believing… View Article