Archive for the ‘Consulting’ Category

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What is Parole

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Parole can be defined as a criminal offender spending part of their sentence under supervision, but in society – not behind bars. Typically there are three reasons that parole is granted through the Parole Commission/Board. These factors include: An individual […]

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  • Oct
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Theory of Development

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Whether an individual’s behavior stays with them throughout their whole life or if it changes over time the main question posed in Developmental Theory.  Research shows that crime reaches the high point in an individual’s life between the age of […]

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  • Oct
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Deterrence

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The deterrence theory in a form can be dated back to biblical times by relating the deterrence theory to the word “penance.”  Penance is making people think about what they did wrong and then how they are going to correct […]

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Angel Dust

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Phencyclidine, “PCP,” also known on the street as “wet,” “water,” “angel dust,” “ashy Larry,” or “butt naked,” is an anesthetic and hallucinogen. PCP causes users to be senseless and often brings a psychotic violent high that can be triggered at […]

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Poor Blacks Must Abandon Negative Learned Behaviors

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~~ From Bacon’s Rebellion, by James A. Bacon ~~ The discussion about poverty in America is dominated by politicians, academics, journalists and members of the professional caring class, most of whom have their own biases and agendas. We hear very […]

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  • Jul
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Molly

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Molly, the pure form of MDMA, better known as ecstasy (click here to view the blog on ecstasy), typically comes in a powder or capsule form. When it is pure, it should be white, however, it is often more beige, […]

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