1. Topic 1 The Alaska Sex Offender Registration Act was established like in many other states shortly after the 1994 rape and murder of Megan Kanka, a seven-year-old from New Jersey. Within the registry offenders are separated into two separate categories, non-aggravated offenders and aggravated offenders solely based off of the gravity of the offense(s) committed. AS 12.63.010.
The term "sex offender" means an individual who was convicted of a sex offense. Research has shown that Sex offenders that commit a crime against a person has not previously been convicted of a violent offence before. They do these crimes unders a masks of a normal relationship. Most Sexual offences committed against the person are mostly perpetrated by family members and acquaintances, and the big majority of them are unreported. Not all crimes are the same because there is such a wide spectrum of sex crimes.
It can be difficult to understand why anyone would choose to murder another human being. However, not all serial killers have the same motivation behind their crimes. There are many different categories, and each tend to have different reason for why they choose to take the lives of others. The two main types of serial killers are organized and disorganized. From there, they can be broken down into even more specific categories, however, each category will usually fall under organized or disorganized.
“Teenager’s Jailing Brings a Call to Fix Sex Offender Registries,” is an article written by Julie Bosman, and published by the New York Times Newspaper. The article is written about a 19-year-old named Zachery Anderson who is listed on a sex offender registry for life. The cause of this was talking to an under aged female through a dating app called “Hot or Not.” Although, Zachary Anderson did not know that the girl who had lied about her being 17, was actually 14, he later plead guilty to what had happened. Reading this newspaper article had me thinking about all sorts of things, whether it was about the fact that Zachary had sex with a female who was under the age of consent in Michigan or the fact that he was put on the sex offender registry.
My DNA Case focus on Li Yun (Lisa) Peng who was believed to murder her husband’s, Jim Peng mistress and son. The victims of the are 25 years old, Jennifer Ji and her five month old son, Kevin. That the crime scene, Jennifer Ji appears to be a victim of rape or attempted rape as her panty were pull down. Jennifer Ji was found dead from eighteen stab wounds and her son, Kevin, was wrapped in blanket dead. The strong piece of evidence was DNA found on the Jennifer Ji’s left arm from a bite wound.
The famous line from the classic 2000’s film Mean Girls, “Don 't have sex, because you will get pregnant and die!” mirrors the current state of sex education in America. Right now, only 24 US states mandate sex education, and the majority are abstinence only, as opposed to a comprehensive program. There are critical differences between comprehensive and abstinence-only sex education. Comprehensive sex ed provides age appropriate information about abstinence, contraceptives, reproductive choice, various sexualities, relationships and puberty.
Name: ___________________ Assignment #5 1. ________________ is the outward physical manifestation of the organism. (1pt) 2. ________________ refers to having two different alleles for a single trait. (1pt) 3.
Planned Parenthood Planned Parenthood is a widely known, non-profit organization that provides reproductive healthcare for all men and women. They have served clients within the U.S. and globally for more than one hundred years (Planned Parenthood Federation of American Inc., 2018). Planned Parenthood’s (2018) mission “aims to provide trusted community health care, inform and educate the community, lead the reproductive health and rights movement, and advance global health”. They focus on health topics including birth control, abortion, STD’s/STI’s, pregnancy, and emergency contraception. They have information about the many different types of STD’s and STI’s on their website and at their locations.
DNA was the only thing that contributed to a little girl's death one friday night, when she collapsed from a heart attack suddenly. The doctor said it was simply in her genes, but what does that really mean? Certain mutations and differences can transpire in someone's genes which causes particular genetic diseases and variances to occur. By taking samples of a person's DNA, which is what our genes consist of, doctors can determine mutations in genes that can impact specific traits and illnesses. While this is very intriguing to me, I wanted to understand how accurate genetic testing is, and how it affects people's everyday lives.
Why do some people commit crimes, whereas others obey the laws their entire life. Criminology is the study of crime and punishment. One theory of criminology emphasizes on the biological contradistinctions between people and how it might affect their liability to become criminals. I have noticed that some people eventually end up in the criminal justice system, while others don 't. What makes there two groups of people different from each other? Can we say that some people are just meant to be criminals?