Access the Victims` compensation websites in your state and the National Center for Victims of Crime website (http://www.ncvc.org).
View the following in Criminology in the 21st Century:
Criminology Interviews: Director and Chief of Victimization Stats
Terrorism: A Study in Public Safety
View the following Films on Demand videos:
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 it`s 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
Criminology in the Future Name Institution of Affiliation Date m Criminology in the Future Criminology is changing and growing to become very advanced with time. Future crime will evolve with the modern transformation in technology and become more unconventional. But technology will be the same weapon that will be used to combat the malpractice. Thus, necessitating the study of future criminology, especially the projected techniques that will be used in fighting it. Combating Crime in the Future The certain element of fighting crime will be technology. Technology is like a double-bladed sword: which supports perpetrators with innovative techniques of committing the malpractice, yet provides the law enforcement agencies the powerful devices convenient in combatting criminality. How technology is enhancing misconducts is evident in the recent escalating malpractices like terrorism, cybercrime, drug trafficking, piracy, intellectual property theft, poaching and trafficking animal and plants inclusive of their products, threats to governance and armament trafficking. For instance, black markets play a significant role in illicit arms distribution. Today surges in transnational organized crimes have stimulated the weapon trafficking. The products are of use in terrorism, poaching, robbing and drug trafficking activities. The illicit arms trade supply armaments to revolt groups within a nation. Hence, making the criminal network riskier and treacherou...