"How Kristin Died"

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"How Kristin Died" by Mind Map: "How Kristin Died"

1. Justice Gone Wrong

1.1. Ineffective, because the chain link of social protection and social justice failed to communicate.

1.2. The communications between jurisdictions were limited.

1.3. The connection was-no communication within the system. Information not shared with mental, criminal and court system.

1.4. New Bureaucracy

2. Judiciary Failure

2.1. Ineffective, because the communication link between agencies had been connected they could have spared a life.

2.1.1. Jurisdictions were divided; communications between jurisdictions were limited, mental health records not shared with criminal justice, excess caseloads, criminal justice system overcrowded and prisoners let out early.

2.2. Legal Laws

3. Domestic Violence

3.1. Ineffective because the courts often fail to prevent and punish domestic violence.

3.1.1. There were no laws set forth to protect women. The system was to blame to the degree that when it did uphold the law, it often yielded. When it didn't uphold the law, the consequences were suffered only by the victim.

3.2. The connection between these two, they both deal with social problems, various parts of the mind, personality or psyche as they relate to mental, emotional, or motivational.

3.3. Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

4. Psychodynamics

4.1. This was an effective theory that was over looked. When he was young he dismembered a pet rabbit: talked about killing his mother, tortured and killed a kitten, injected a syringe of blood into a ketchup bottle at a restaurant and it was known that to any of the girls who he had dated, he could be very brutal toward them.

4.1.1. At one time Cartier was seeing three different probation officers in three different Massachusetts cities. After a long string of felonies- including breaking and entering, burglary, malicious destruction of property and injecting his own blood into a restaurant dispenser with a needle- he was finally sentenced to six months in jail.

4.2. Cognitive Theory

5. New node