The _____ continuously attempts to maintain order in an environment of shifting laws, unstable social forces, fluctuating cultural politics, and changing social values.

The _____, particularly the Fourth Amendment, protects citizens against intrusions into their privacy by the government.

The _____ refers to the increased reliance on incarceration, surveillance, and law enforcement in the United States and its relationship to the establishment of for-profit incarceration and probation/parole services, and businesses that supply goods and services to prisons and jails.

_____ and convictions, and/or a host of misdemeanor convictions can disqualify you from being considered for criminal justice jobs.

_____ is the theft or taking of money or property by a person who is charged by an employer or other authority to be responsible for those assets.

The FREEDOM act requires the government to improve its _____ court process by requiring the appointment of lawyers during closed-door sessions to argue for privacy concerns.

A major unintended consequence of high incarceration rates is that _____ does not make many offenders better citizens, but rather accelerates their criminal careers.

The use of information technology to analyze vast amounts of data to allow law enforcement to better target their resources toward potential crime is called _____.

In the 1950s, President Dwight D. Eisenhower warned the American public about the _____, a runaway system in which corporations sold weapons systems to the U.S. government that it did not really need.