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Animals and Criminal Justice.

By: Cusack, Carmen M.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Somerset : Routledge, 2015Copyright date: ©2015Edition: 1st ed.Description: 1 online resource (200 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781351531696.Subject(s): Criminal justice, administration of - United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Animals and Criminal JusticeDDC classification: 345.73/0287 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- 1 Introduction to Animals in Human Society -- Introduction -- Interspecies Ethics -- Morality and Criminal Justice Policy -- Defining Interspecies Relationships: Civil and Criminal Crossover -- Warehousing or Murdering: Between a Rock and a Hard Place with Homeless Animals -- Holes, Loopholes, and Ends That Don't Meet: Unaddressed Animal Issues in Criminal Justice -- Conclusion -- References -- 2 Violence as Entertainment -- Introduction -- Illegal Violence in Legal Entertainment -- Legal Violence as Entertainment -- Cockfighting -- Dogfighting -- Bullfighting -- Crusher Laws -- Rattlesnake Roundup -- Conclusion -- References -- 3 Animals, Religion, and Criminal Justice -- Introduction -- Religion and the Constitution -- Religion and Animals -- Food Regulation, Cruelty, and Religion -- Church of the Lukumi Babaluaye, Inc., et al. v. City of Hialeah -- Snake Handling -- Conclusion -- References -- 4 Canine Officers, K-9s, and Criminal Justice -- Introduction -- Canine Officers -- Canines and the Constitution -- Criminal Justice Subculture and Canines -- Conclusion -- References -- 5 Other Animal Employees -- Introduction -- Transportation Security Administration (TSA) -- Horses -- Dolphins, Sea Lions, and Pigeons in the Military -- Cats Helping Cops -- Conclusion -- References -- 6 Animals in Corrections and Rehabilitation -- Introduction -- The Premise behind Allowing Pets on the Premises -- Prison Pets and Policies -- Prison Pet Programs -- Therapeutic Pets Programs -- Conclusion -- References -- 7 Animal Mistreatment -- Introduction -- Abuse, Neglect, and Abandonment -- Species-Specific Protection -- Farm Animals -- Lab Animals -- Companion Animals -- Wild Animals -- Entertainment -- Conclusion -- References.
8 Service Animals in the Criminal Justice System -- Introduction -- Service Animals -- Service Animals in Court -- Service Animals in Prisons -- Conclusion -- References -- 9 Animal Control -- Introduction -- Seizure, Courts, and Animal Control -- Animal Control and Criminal Justice -- Animal Control and Private Organizations -- Animal Control Officers -- Conclusion -- References -- 10 Animal Welfarists -- Introduction -- Animal Welfare Movement -- Animal Welfare Organizations -- Animal Welfare and Free Speech -- Undercover Surveillance -- Animal Welfarists' Crimes -- Conclusion -- References -- 11 Animals in Emergencies -- Introduction -- Private Emergencies -- National Emergencies -- Local Crises -- Conclusion -- References -- 12 Relationships of Violence -- Introduction -- The Generalizability of Abuse -- Domestic Violence -- Conclusion -- References -- 13 Baaaaaaad Animals -- Introduction -- History of Criminal Animals -- Rights and Responsibilities -- Conclusion -- References -- 14 Illegal Companionship between People and Animals -- Introduction -- Contraband in Prison -- Unauthorized Interactions -- Conclusion -- References -- 15 Exotic Animals -- Introduction -- Exotic Animals -- Exotic Pets -- Circuses and Zoos -- Conclusion -- References -- 16 Sexual Abuse of Animals -- Introduction -- The Case for Pleasure -- Bestiality -- Pornography and Animal Abuse -- Sexual Abuse and Meat -- Breeding -- Conclusion -- References -- 17 Multiple Animals -- Introduction -- Hoarding -- Puppy Mills -- Infestation -- Culling -- Conclusion -- References -- 18 Animals as Weapons -- Introduction -- Historical -- War -- In the Home -- Personal Weapons -- Conclusion -- References -- 19 Animals: Comparative Criminal Justice Systems -- Introduction -- In the Middle -- Leaders -- Lagging Behind -- Conclusion -- References -- 20 Extremes -- Introduction.
Cutting-Edge Technology -- Far-Fetched Defenses -- Food -- Conclusion -- References -- 21 Conclusion -- Index.
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- 1 Introduction to Animals in Human Society -- Introduction -- Interspecies Ethics -- Morality and Criminal Justice Policy -- Defining Interspecies Relationships: Civil and Criminal Crossover -- Warehousing or Murdering: Between a Rock and a Hard Place with Homeless Animals -- Holes, Loopholes, and Ends That Don't Meet: Unaddressed Animal Issues in Criminal Justice -- Conclusion -- References -- 2 Violence as Entertainment -- Introduction -- Illegal Violence in Legal Entertainment -- Legal Violence as Entertainment -- Cockfighting -- Dogfighting -- Bullfighting -- Crusher Laws -- Rattlesnake Roundup -- Conclusion -- References -- 3 Animals, Religion, and Criminal Justice -- Introduction -- Religion and the Constitution -- Religion and Animals -- Food Regulation, Cruelty, and Religion -- Church of the Lukumi Babaluaye, Inc., et al. v. City of Hialeah -- Snake Handling -- Conclusion -- References -- 4 Canine Officers, K-9s, and Criminal Justice -- Introduction -- Canine Officers -- Canines and the Constitution -- Criminal Justice Subculture and Canines -- Conclusion -- References -- 5 Other Animal Employees -- Introduction -- Transportation Security Administration (TSA) -- Horses -- Dolphins, Sea Lions, and Pigeons in the Military -- Cats Helping Cops -- Conclusion -- References -- 6 Animals in Corrections and Rehabilitation -- Introduction -- The Premise behind Allowing Pets on the Premises -- Prison Pets and Policies -- Prison Pet Programs -- Therapeutic Pets Programs -- Conclusion -- References -- 7 Animal Mistreatment -- Introduction -- Abuse, Neglect, and Abandonment -- Species-Specific Protection -- Farm Animals -- Lab Animals -- Companion Animals -- Wild Animals -- Entertainment -- Conclusion -- References.

8 Service Animals in the Criminal Justice System -- Introduction -- Service Animals -- Service Animals in Court -- Service Animals in Prisons -- Conclusion -- References -- 9 Animal Control -- Introduction -- Seizure, Courts, and Animal Control -- Animal Control and Criminal Justice -- Animal Control and Private Organizations -- Animal Control Officers -- Conclusion -- References -- 10 Animal Welfarists -- Introduction -- Animal Welfare Movement -- Animal Welfare Organizations -- Animal Welfare and Free Speech -- Undercover Surveillance -- Animal Welfarists' Crimes -- Conclusion -- References -- 11 Animals in Emergencies -- Introduction -- Private Emergencies -- National Emergencies -- Local Crises -- Conclusion -- References -- 12 Relationships of Violence -- Introduction -- The Generalizability of Abuse -- Domestic Violence -- Conclusion -- References -- 13 Baaaaaaad Animals -- Introduction -- History of Criminal Animals -- Rights and Responsibilities -- Conclusion -- References -- 14 Illegal Companionship between People and Animals -- Introduction -- Contraband in Prison -- Unauthorized Interactions -- Conclusion -- References -- 15 Exotic Animals -- Introduction -- Exotic Animals -- Exotic Pets -- Circuses and Zoos -- Conclusion -- References -- 16 Sexual Abuse of Animals -- Introduction -- The Case for Pleasure -- Bestiality -- Pornography and Animal Abuse -- Sexual Abuse and Meat -- Breeding -- Conclusion -- References -- 17 Multiple Animals -- Introduction -- Hoarding -- Puppy Mills -- Infestation -- Culling -- Conclusion -- References -- 18 Animals as Weapons -- Introduction -- Historical -- War -- In the Home -- Personal Weapons -- Conclusion -- References -- 19 Animals: Comparative Criminal Justice Systems -- Introduction -- In the Middle -- Leaders -- Lagging Behind -- Conclusion -- References -- 20 Extremes -- Introduction.

Cutting-Edge Technology -- Far-Fetched Defenses -- Food -- Conclusion -- References -- 21 Conclusion -- Index.

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