Criminology In The Future Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Criminology In The Future Introduction Criminology is continuously evolving every day that passes. With criminology changing and evolving so are people technology and crime rates. Criminals are always on the move in cheating technology that is used by law enforcement to commit crimes still. Criminals will always be trying to find “loopholes” in the laws that we have today. For our justice system to keep up they will also need to keep up with the new technology we have today to protect every citizen. With new technology available in the criminal justice field one of the most important aspects that law officials need to keep in mind is following the rules of law such as the “liberties” of Americans. The Relationship between Evolving Technology and International Policymaking The Bill of Rights grants “Civil Liberties” to every American that include the freedom is one good way to stop the person from committing future crimes. Everyone wants to act like the government is trying to take our guns but in retrospect we need harder and stiffer laws on possession of firearms if not for the people in society for the men and women in uniforms who have recently been the target of uninformed individuals (Helfgott 2008). References BIBLIOGRAPHY Easttom C. a. (2010). Computer Crime Investigation and the Law. Boston MA:: Course Technology a part of Cengage Learning . Helfgott J. B. (2008). Criminal Behavior: Theories Typologies and Criminal Justice. Los Angeles:: SAGE . Pepinsky H. E. (1991. ). Criminology As Peacemaking. . Bloomington [u.a.: : Indiana Univ. Press . Phillips N. D. (2013). Justice and the American Way. . Schram P. J. (2013). Introduction to Criminology: Why Do They Do It? . Taylor R. W. (2015). Digital Crime and Digital Terrorism. . [...]
Access the Victims' compensation websites in Virginia and the National Center for Victims of Crime website (http://www.ncvc.org). Review the following in Criminology in the 21st Century: Criminology Interviews: Chief Michael Rand of Victimization Statistics Transcript Criminology Interviews: Director National Gary Lafree Transcript Terrorism: A Study in Public Safety View the following Films on Demand videos: Targeting Terrorism Advantages and Disadvantages of Surveillance What is Biometrics? Research the following: U.S. Patriot Act The Domestic Security Enhancement Act of 2003 Homeland Security Act of 2002 Write a 2,100- to 2,400-word paper addressing the following: Future directions of crime fighting and its role in social policy implication The potential for specific crime-fighting methodologies, such as using biometrics, implementing cybercrime spyware, or mandating DNA collection programs Evolving law enforcement and forensic technologies used to detect criminal activities Possible civil liberty or ethical violations as they relate to the evolving technologies you included in the paper Discuss how the evolution of crime fighting may affect social policy from national and international perspectives. Consider how the evolving technologies relate to national and international policymaking. Include at least two academic references. Format the paper and presentation consistent with APA guidelines.