Monday, May 7, 2018

Tuesday, May 8. 2018

Today's schedule is C-D-A-B

C Block Criminology 12 - Today with Mr. have your gallery walk presentation today on organized crime.

D Block Human Geography 11 - Today with Mr. will have the entirety of this block to finish your languages poster. By the end of the class you should have added what is being done to save the language, some unique features of the language, where people can find out more about the language, and why they think saving this language is important. If you wish you can submit the poster in a hard copy or you may submit the project digitally if you choose. If you are not finished, you may keep your poster and submit it at the end of the week but we will not have any more time in class to work on it.

A Block Law 12 - Today we will take the class to work on our civil law project. We'll look at enforcing judgments, other sources of compensation and we'll quickly look at Negligence (much more on it tomorrow). If you'd like to jump ahead in the text there are some important sections involving "liability" for businesses and social guests on pages 406-410 (Occupiers' Liability: general invitees; commercial and social host invitees; licensees; trespassers; and the Occupiers Liability Act). These topics are relevant to all cases except for Case 7. For more on the BC Liquor laws (pertaining to case 5) check out the Serving It Right information here or for information on liquor law basics here.

BC Liquor Control and Licensing Act [RSBC 1996] Chapter 267
43 (1) A person must not sell or give liquor to an intoxicated person or a person apparently under the influence of liquor.

(2) A licensee or the licensee's employee must not permit

(a) a person to become intoxicated, or

(b) an intoxicated person to remain in that part of a licensed establishment where liquor is sold, served or otherwise supplied.

Liability of officer of corporation
77 If an offence under this Act is committed by a corporation, the officer or agent of the corporation in charge of the establishment in which the offence is committed is deemed to be a party to the offence and is personally liable to the penalties prescribed for the offence as a principal offender but nothing in this section relieves the corporation or the person actually committing the offence from liability for it.

Liability of occupant of establishment
78 On proof that an offence under this Act has been committed by

(a) a person employed by the occupant of a house, shop, restaurant, room or other establishment in which the offence is committed, or

(b) a person permitted by the occupant to be or remain in or on that house, shop, restaurant, room or establishment, or to act in any way for the occupant, the occupant is deemed to be a party to the offence and is liable as a principal offender to the penalties prescribed for the offence, even though the offence was committed by a person who is not proved to have committed it under or by the direction of the occupant but nothing in this section relieves the person actually committing the offence from liability for it.

B Block Introduction to Law 10 - Today we'll finish up work on our "Typical Victim" of Assault. Who will most likely be assaulted and why? Now you are taking information and enhancing stereotypes for the people you are drawing. The stereotypes you're basing your drawings on are an example of profiling. In terms of profiling, we'll spend time discussing the differences between mass and serial murder. We will look at profiling and begin to understand what a psychopath is. Dr. Robert Hare of the University of British Columbia created a checklist called the PCL-R (Psychopathy Checklist Revised). We'll examine the "Unholy Trinity" of serial killer characteristics and today we'll watch a video on how profiling was developed in the F.B.I. Behavioural Science Unit (through the efforts of many highlighted by the work of John Douglas) today.
The crime drama Mindhunter, now on Netflix, stars Jonathan Groff as Holden Ford, a young hostage negotiator who travels around the country in the late '70s interviewing killers to figure out what makes them tick. The David Fincher drama is based on the book Mind Hunter: Inside The FBI's Elite Serial Crime Unit by John E. Douglas and Mark Olshaker. Douglas is a former FBI Special Agent and one of the country's foremost criminal profilers.

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