Past Q & A: CSS242 -Measurements and Patterns of Crimes and Deliquency

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Past Q & A: CSS242 -Measurements and Patterns of Crimes and Deliquency

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1. The Government is impacted negatively by crime because
_________
2. Society is impacted negatively by crime because of _______
3. ______is the first contact in criminal justice process.
4. With the rise of Federal Bureau of Investigation, police is
primarily concerned with enforcing _______
5. An alternative to police in Nigeria is ________
6. Crime is the breach of rule or law for which punishment may
ultimately be prescribed by _________
7. The prison constitute part of ______justice system .
8. To have committed a crime from the legal point of view, it
involves women`s_______
9. Ignorance is a_____that would not negate criminal
responsibility
10. Moral _______prescribing how humans ought to behave.
11. A lawyer is _____of law enforcement mechanism
12. Laws that define crimes which violate social norms are set
by _______
13. Laws that define crimes which violate social norms are
called _______
14. Homogeneous society is more secured to ________
15. The higher probability that crime occurs depends
on_________


CSS242 MFAEQ PART 1 AWNSERS
1. Instability
2. Fear
3. Police
4. Civil law
5. Civil defence corps
6. Governing authority
7. Criminal
8. Factor
9. Factor
10. Standard
11. Part
12. Legislature
13. Malaprohibita
14. Crime
15. Risk factors


CSS242 MFAEQ PART 2
1. Religious rules under a specific belief are called _______
2. _______study the role of crime sufferer in a criminal act
3. The first contact an offender has with the criminal justice
system starts with the ______
4. The study of law enforcement agency that conducts arrest is
called______
5. The first police force comparable to the present-day police was
established in ________
6. This body legally engages in arresting criminals
and providing security for Nigerians
__________
7. ________ objectively administer the legal proceedings and
offer a final decision to dispose of a case.
8. Somebody who appeals court decision is called _________
9. The unlawful activities of professionals are categorized under
________
10. Crime report is subject to _______
11. In Nigeria, access to crime statistics is hard because of
_______
12. Traffic offence has more report rate than other offence
because of the presence of ________
13. Very big eyes is one of the physical __________
indicating criminality
14. Crime rate statistics are commonly used by politicians to
______
15. The calculation of crime rates uses data that is obtained
either from criminal justice systems or from _______


CSS242 MFAEQ PART 2 AWNSERS
1. canon law
2. victimologists
3. police
4. penology
5. 1667
6. Civil defense corps
7. magistrate
8. appellant
9. white-collar crimes
10. Incentive
11. Sentiment
12. More incentive
13. Characteristics
14. Design duty
15. banks


CSS242 PART 3
1. Age alone is not a risk factor of crime. It must be looked at in
context of _________
2. The study of the law enforcement agency that conducts arrest
is called _________
3. The first police force comparable to the present-day police was
established in _______under King Louis XIV in France
4. Togolese police is called _______
5. _______function is to objectively administer the legal
proceedings and offer a final decision to dispose of a case.
6. Somebody who appeals court decision is called _______
7. It is the ________duty to explain to the court what crime was
committed.
8. The ________ makes accusations on behalf of the state in
criminal proceedings.
9. The ______is the complaining party in civil proceedings .
10. Curse is one of the old treatment received by _______
criminal.
11. The aim of punishments in Nigeria is to______ offenders.
12. Prison is used as _______ for criminals for crime
committed.
13. The three basic body types associated with criminality
were noted by ________
14. The unlawful activities of professionals are categorized
under _______
15. Piracy is a crime of ______


CSS242 PART 3
1. Family violence
2. penology
3. 1667
4. Genderm
5. Magistrate
6. Appellant
7. Persecutor
8. Magistrate.
9. Prosecutor
10. Convicts.
11. Rehabilitate.
12. Punishment
13. cesera Lombroso
14. white-collar crimes
15. copying


CSS242 PART 4
1. Property crime is one type of________
2. ______crimes is an example of public order crime
3. In public international law, a crime against humanity is an act
of ______
4. Political crime is crime against _________
5. A violation in which only the perpetrator is hurt is called
________
6. Embezzlement is a kind of crime called ________
7. Crime against international law is defined by______
8. The science of the victim of crime is_______
9. The question - Are criminals made" is answered by________
10. Cases involving juvenile delinquency are treated and
disposed at ________
11. In public international law, a crime against humanity is
an act of _______
12. _______crime category contains both crimes by the
government and crimes against the government.
13. A violation in which only the perpetrator is hurt is called
_______
14. Embezzlement is a kind of crime called_______
15. Crime against international law is defined by _______


CSS242 PART 4
1. crime
2. incitement
3. blasphemy
4. government
5. victimless crime
6. White-collar crime]
7. Treaty
8. Victimology
9. sociology
10. Juvenile court
11. Blasphemy
12. Political
13. victimless crime
14. white-collar crime
15. treaty


CSS242 PART 5
1.Crime statistics from different jurisdictions are problematic
because of _______ relativism
2. In criminal prosecution, there is _______in prima facie case.
3.In several criminal act of, only the most ______offense is
counted.
4. In a multi-stage offence, record and count of crime is
by______
5. Offence is counted at what time________
6. Breach of the _______for which no punishment is mated is
often not counted.
7. Unreported crime rate in a community is called______
8. Apartheid is associated with _______
9. Racial crime is treated in international_______
10. In 2002, the International Criminal Court (ICC) was
established in______
11. Crime victims often suffer broad range of ________injury
that persists long after their physical wounds have healed.
12. The injury caused by victimization also may be
compounded by a lack of _________
13. A "second wound" for the victim of crime is ________
14. The place of crime victim is the concern of a _______[
15. The challenge of Criminal Justice System is to contain
change in ________

CSS242 PART 5
1. crime
2. evidence
3. cases
4. cases
5. time noticed
6. law
7. dark figure
8. racial crime
9. criminal court
10. the hague
11. psychological
12. support
13. stigma
14. victimologist
15. crime



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