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"Crime and Rehabilitation" is a collection of materials. geared towards high school students, about crime and recovery from crime.
This collection supports a variety of academic disciplines, including
- Global History, US History and US Government curricula (including New York State Social Studies Framework 10.10, 11.10. 12.G2)
- Argumentative writing (Next Generation ELA Writing Standard 1)
- College and Career Readiness
It is my hope that users of this collection will enjoy the resources as much as I enjoy cultivating this engaging exciting collection!
My collection is about...
- Acts of crime
- The criminal justice system in the United States
- Methods of solving crimes
- Criminal justice careers
The Prints of Thieves by
Publication Date: 2017-08-01
Two very rare Shakespeare books have been stolen from the Gotham City Library! But a fingerprint left behind may hold the key to unraveling the crime. Join Batman and Robin as they use fingerprint analysis to crack the case and bring one of their most notorious enemies to justice.
Just Mercy by
Publication Date: 2019-12-03
Bryan Stevenson's incredible fight to end mass incarceration, excessive punishment, and racial inequality comes to life in this book.
Coping with Hate Crimes by
Publication Date: 2018-12-15
Hate crimes are often in the news, but many people don't understand exactly what constitutes a hate crime or how to respond to situations that they may witness or experience in their own lives. This compelling primer explores what motivates hate crimes, including those committed against people of color, immigrants, LGBTQ+ communities, women, and other marginalized groups, and puts them in the broader context of U.S. history and society. Readers will learn strategies for coping with hate crimes in their own lives and come away with a comprehensive understanding of the influence of hate crimes on various communities.
Justice for All by
Publication Date: 2019-12-15
Black Americans and their allies have sought to use the U.S. court system as a tool in their fight for civil rights, sometimes successfully and sometimes not. However, certain court decisions, especially those handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court, have led to real change. This comprehensive look at landmark civil rights cases gives readers an understanding of the evolution of the civil rights movement through the lens of legal battles.
Your Legal Rights in School by
Publication Date: 2015-01-01
In a landmark 1969 decision, the Supreme Court asserted that students do not shed their constitutional rights when they enter the doors of their schools. However, for many students, it is still not clear where the line is drawn between their legal rights and school rules. This book clarifies the reach of student rights, covering the topics of free speech, peaceable assembly, and privacy on campus. Also essential is a discussion of the right to a quality education for students with disabilities and juvenile offenders, as well as protection from discrimination for minority and LGBT students.
Criminal Justice Collection
This database contains information about on topics in criminal justice and related fields. Key subjects covered in the database include law, law enforcement, security, and terrorism.
This database contains information on both sides of an issue about a variety of topics.
Suggested MyLibraryNYC Teacher Sets
Go to MyLibraryNYC to order these Teacher Sets:
- Guns and Violence in America with DVD
- Informational Texts with PlayAway AudioBook
- Supreme Court Cases
High School for Law Enforcement and Public Safety Online Catalog
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