Criminal behavior and security measures, outline.

Youth is the future of a nation and the child of today is the adult of tomorrow. Because of the behavior of certain young people at school, church, on the streets, at university, and even at home; our nation is at risk. In the context of the rehabilitation of youth and all those who have criminal behavior. I have the honor to write a book entitled “Criminal Behavior and Security Measures”. This document can be used as a safe guide to instruct the professors, teachers, priests, pastors, lawyers, police officers, and everyone in our community. There are several factors that can contribute to an individual’s criminal behavior. That’s why, all youths whatever their ethnic group, must know the following concepts: family, citizenship, community, morality, moral conscience, delinquency, law, responsibility, crimes, and causes of crime and its consequences. The criminal behavior of an individual generates insecurity and the insecurity frightens. The rehabilitation of our young people through criminal justice system should be necessary to fight against insecurity.
Serge Desrameaux, Lawyer and Professor
Phone number: 321-946-5308

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Chapter I – Family and the behavior of its members

A, Social regulators
Family, Citizens, Community, Religion
B, Moral regulators
Moral, Moral conscience, Subconscious, Delinquency, Juvenile delinquency

Chapter II – Laws

Types of laws
Public law, Private law
Difference between civil and criminal laws
Different necessary elements for criminal proceedings
Plaintiff, Victim, Suspect or accused, Defendant, Offender, Lawyer
Police or Investigator, Witness, Judge, Prosecutor, Jury.

Chapter III.- Responsibilities
Different types of liability
Family responsibility, Civic and patriotic responsibility
Political responsibility, Civil liability, Criminal liability
Administrative Responsibility
Tort and tortfeasor
Tort, Tortfeasor, Civil wrong
Common categories of tort
A) Negligence tort.
Duty, Breach of duty, Causation, Real cause, Proximate cause
B) Intentional Torts
Intentional tort against persons.
Intentional tort against property
C) Strict liability or unintentional tort
Insanity, Different types of dementia, Alcohol Psychosis
Mental Degeneration, Paranoia, Temporary craziness
Epilepsy, Somnambulist, Alzheimer

Chapter IV Crimes, causes, and consequences.
Criminology, Criminality, Crimes, Elements of crime
Actus Reus, Mens Rea
Causes of crime
Poor judgment, Lack of love, Poverty, Lack of parental performance
Violence on TV, Effective remedies for combatting crime. Human weakness, The lack of faith, Mental instability, Dementia face to criminal responsibility, The investigating judge face to dementia.
Chapter V – Division of crimes and sanctions
State of Florida crimes division
Felonies, First degree felonies, Second degree felonies, Third degree felonies
Misdemeanors, First degree misdemeanors, Second degree misdemeanors Petty offense, Minor offenses.
Chapter VI – Terrorism
Definitions of terrorism
According to:
U.S. State department, definition
FBI, definition
United Nations, definition
US Defense Department, definition
US Defense Intelligence Agency, definition
Secrecy on terrorism practice
International terrorism, Domestic terrorism
Different types of terrorism
Ecoterrorism, Cyber terrorism, Technological terrorism, Bioterrorism
Governmental terrorism and State terrorism,
Difference between Terrorist and typical criminal.
Chapter VII – Cyber criminality
The role of computer in our society
Different types of cyber attacks
Virus, Hacking, Phishing, Cyber stalking, Spam, Spoofing, Pharming, Trojan horse, Worm, Malware, Spyware, Botnet, Criminals and technology.


Serge Desrameaux, Criminal behavior counselor.


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