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BHS 303- Forensics, Crime, & Corrections- Week 3- Questions and Response.
By: Amanda Holden
The crime rates in Canada as provided in the highlights are as following:
80% of initial contact within ¼ mile of sexual abuse victims last known location.
44% were dead within 1 hour of the abduction. As the hours go on, the number of victims found dead gradually increased.
A: Some of the types of violence discussed in class are affective and predatory violence, impromptu and intended violence, and instrumental violence
A: There criteria for affective and predatory modes of violence are objective and subjective.
For affective violence, the person who commits the crime is often SUBJECTIVE to the experience of emotions. This means when they commit the crime, they are often responding to their emotions as “means to the ends”
For predatory violence, the person who commits the crime is being OBJECTIVE. This means they rarely act out a crime based on their emotions and usually plan their attack within advance.