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How Kristin Died? by Mind Map: How Kristin Died?
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How Kristin Died?

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Psychodynamic Theory

Bouncer boyfriend-Michael Cartier

Abusive relationship

Cartier was abusive and brutal not only to Kristin but other women

Mention of killing his mother

Cartier dismembered, tortured, and killed pets

Cartier injected blood into a ketchup bottle at a restaurant

Cartier violated restraining orders and conditions of probation

On May 30, 1992 Cartier killed Kristin and himself

Human Behavior and Motivation

Organizational Theory

The public agencies responsible for obtaining Cartier's background

Abraham Maslow

Hierarchy of human needs such as physiological needs, safety, and self actualization needs

Bureaucracy Theory

Probation Officer

Law Enforcement, Judicial System and Process, Judicial System Failure, Cartier's Criminal and Mental Health History, Communication

Providing Protection, Processing Violation of Probation Report, Obtaining Arrest Warrant, and Serving Arrest Warrants

Supervision and Re-entry efforts by Probation Officers'

New Public Administration Theory

Management Phiosophy

New reforms

Rational Choice Theory

Cost effective means to achieve goal

Human decision making abilities

Understanding of social behavior

Bureaucracy and Organization theory contributed to the case study of How Kristin Died based off of the organization and planning structures of the criminal justice responsible for protecting Kristin.

Organizational Theory

To improve and prevent any future cases such as Kristin Lardner. The individuals responsible such as police and probation officers' need to be able communicate regardless of jurisdiction.

Timely processing of restraining orders

Decision making abilities

Changing structure and responsibility to provide a service

Identifying Barriers

Collaboration Administration