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Scheme of work BTEC National Uniformed Public Services Unit 12 Crime and its effects on society

Broad aim: The aim of this unit is to provide an introduction to the reasons why crime happens and possible methods of combating it, both locally and nationally. Tutor(s): ....................................................................... SB = Student Book 1 ADR = Assessment and Delivery Resource

Week 1 Outcome/topic Overview of unit and how it is assessed Introduction to criminology Outcome 1 commenced Crime theories and causal factors Tutor preparation Looking at the unit overview and assessment strategies Overview of the history of criminology and definitions of crime. Student activity Discuss types of crime in the UK ADR Worksheet: 12.1 Criminal behaviour

Academic year: ....................................................................... Number of weeks: 12 Duration of session: 4 hours Guided learning hours:

Resources ADR Activity 12.1 Student Book pp. xx Links to grading criteria P1

2

Sociological and psychological theories, family influences, political and socio-economic climate Anti-social behaviour, public perception or crime, fear of crime, impact of crime on the victim, impact on lifestyle, real and perceived statistics, costs to the community Businesses, communities, minority groups, vulnerable members of the community, individuals

Student Book pp. xx ADR Activity 12.2: Theories of crime

Student Book pp. xx ADR Activity12.2 Research facilities Student Book pp. xx ADR Activity12.3

P1

3

Effects of crime Outcome 1 completed

Listening and discussing, note-taking ADR Activity 12.3: Cost of crime

P2, M1

Unit 12: Crime and its effects on society

4

Victims of crime Outcome 2 commenced

Listening and discussing, note-taking ADR Activity 12.4: Victims of crime ADR Activity 12.5: Victim support (case study) Listening and discussing, note-taking ADR Activity 12.7: Public service responsibilities

ADR Activity 12.4 ADR Activity 12.5

P3, M2, D1

5

Role of the public services

Police, social services, probation, local authority, education service, voluntary agencies, multi-agency work

ADR Activity 12.7 Student Book pp. xx

P3, P4, M2, D1

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[2]

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Unit 12: Crime and its effects on society

6

Victim support Outcome 2 completed

The victims charter, code of support, victim protection, tackling repeat victimisation, voluntary and statutory agencies, counselling support, preventative measures, personal safety, household security Crime and Disorder Act 1998

ADR Activity 12.6: Preventative measures Discussion, listening note-taking

ADR Activity 12.6 Student Book pp. xx

P3, M2, D1

7

Current crime and disorder legislation Outcome 3 commenced Sentences and orders Outcome 3 completed

ADR Activity 12.8: Legislation Note-taking, discussion ADR Activity 12.9: Sentences and orders Student Book pp. xx

ADR Activity 12.8

P5, M3, D2

8

General, youth, pre-court measures, anti-social behaviour measures, sentences, restorative justice

ADR Activity 12.9 Student Book pp. xx Poster-making materials such as paper, pens, glue etc ADR Activity 12.10 Research facilities such as the Internet or library access Student Book pp. xx ADR Activity 12.11 Student Book pp. xx Student Book pp. xx

P6

9

National Intelligence Model Outcome 4 commenced

Identification of crime trends and problem areas, priority offenders, tasking and coordination, problemsharing and solving, Strategies and initiatives to reduce crime and fear of crime CJS agencies and YOT members and roles

ADR Activity 12.10: NIM Discussion, note-taking Student Book pp. xx ADR Activity 12.11

M2, D1

10

Safer communities and multi-agency partnerships Criminal Justice agencies and Youth Offending Teams Outcome 4 completed Evaluation and assignment completion

M2, D1

11

Discussion, note-taking, Preparation for assessment

M2, D1

12

End of Unit review and assignment support.

Bring all assessed work for review

All criteria

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