Criminal Investigation Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: criminology: scientific study of criminal behavior; examining the causes, nature, and management of crime on both the individual and society at large, probation: term that describes supervision of an offender, instead of that offender serving jail time. a probation officer describes the terms that the offender must abide by to be supervised out of prison, parole: early release of a prisoner from jail, who are expected to abide by specific conditions. if they break those conditions while on parole, they may be returned to jail to finish their sentence, rehabilitation: the means through which an offender is re-educated and re-trained to ensure that they do not return to a life of crime once released from jail, recidivism: the act of an offender repeating the same type of crime after they have already been convicted of that crime and released from jail, or who commit the same type of crime after undergoing rehabilitation, incarceration: a term that describes imprisonment. a person who is incarcerated has been imprisoned in jail, deterrence: the concept of trying to deter, or prevent, crimes from happening in the first place. the threat of jail, for example, acts as a means of deterring crime, mens rea: latin term that translates as, “guilty mind”. mens rea refers to the mental health of a person when they commit a crime. an individual of insane mind is not held guilty of a crime, for example, homicide: the killing of one person by another. this is the generic legal term for killing a person, whether lawfully or unlawfully. unlawful homicide comprises the two crimes of murder and manslaughter, assault: the threat or use of force on another that causes that person to have a reasonable apprehension of imminent harmful or offensive contact; the act of putting another person in reasonable fear or apprehension of an immediate battery by means of an act amounting to an attempt or threat to commit a battery, warrant: a document issued by a legal or government official authorizing the police or another body to make an arrest, search premises, or carry out some other action relating to the administration of justice, bail: the temporary release of an accused person awaiting trial, sometimes on condition that a sum of money is lodged to guarantee their appearance in court