Students will choose a California criminal jury trial that occurred within the past two years. A case from San Diego is even better. You’ll need to find one that was widely covered in the media (a lot of news articles online, televised coverage, maybe even a Dateline, etc.). You will do extensive research on one particular trial. Read all the news stories about it, watch any news coverage that you can find (maybe there is a Dateline or 20/20 about it, etc), and get familiar with the case. In your written paper, address the following issues/questions: 1. What were the […]
First, review the module resources, including the text readings and SHRM resources. Next, carefully examine the behavioral competencies within the Business domain. The three clusters within the business domain are business acumen, consultation, and critical evaluation. Once you are familiar with the business domain clusters, conduct a self-reflection and analysis by responding to the following three questions as your journal: Strengths: What are your areas of strength within the business domain, and how did you determine a cluster as a strength? Provide supportive examples. Weaknesses: What are your areas of weakness within the business domain and how did you determine […]
Explain what is meant by the term community policing and how the concept originated. DIRECTION 3 PAGES MAKE THE ESSAY PERSONAL, MAKE IT YOURS WITH MORE PERSONAL OPINION THAN INFORMATION. IN-TEXT CITATION REQUIRED, if you take outside information.
The dangers inherent in police work are brought to the public’s mind when police are killed in the line of duty. This is especially true when it is apparent that the officers were deliberately ambushed. Clearly, the relationship between police and community differs widely from place to place. Discuss how perceptions of police can differ across different communities or cultures. Critics of police have questioned the “militarization” of local police in America. Explain what is meant by this term and analyze whether it is an accurate characterization. Earlier in the course, we examined “positive” theories, which suggest that criminal behavior […]
Question Description In 2001, Congress passed the USA Patriot Act (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site., which enhanced the tracking and intercepting of communications by federal officials and law enforcement to obstruct acts of terrorism. Has this act accomplished its purpose to prevent or stop the threat of terrorist attacks? Provide an example and support with a reference.
Paper Assignment There is no required length of this paper, however, it must be comprehensive and fulfill the above requirements. Choose one of the topics below to write about: Few people could live together and not have laws. Why? Consider the concept of pluralism. Does pluralism have any negative aspects? Why have some fought so hard against the concept in the United States? Consider present examples and discussion surrounding the idea of pluralism and how this may or may not be connected to the current discussion on immigration. Could a country such as the United States function without a federal […]
Question Description Create a collage of the emerging issues facing criminal justice agencies. Include the following elements: A collage (use your choice of social media boards, visual media websites, presentation software, or information presentation boards) Analyze specific, emerging challenges and how they impact criminal justice agencies individually and collectively, including: Global crimes that impact the management of global justice systems and processes The impact of terrorism on the management of criminal justice systems around the globe The impact of social media upon the management of criminal justice The collage can have as many pictures as you would like, as long […]
After reading the article “Terri Schiavo Has Died,” answer the following questions: Do you agree with the court’s decision? Why or why not? Should parents or a spouse have the final say in an incapacitated patient’s life decisions? Why or why not? Should we legally honor a dying patient’s wishes in ending his or her life?
Question Description Identify ten important lessons learned from the book “Serial Killers” by Peter Vronsky 1.Describe the lesson and its implications fully- what is the lesson, how does it show itself what does it mean ? 2. how this lesson is of use to investigators ? 3. Identify a serial killer who fits the lesson, explaining why you say so and give examples to support your stance. Avoid using the example provided by the author. The Moor killers, Ian Brady, and Myra Hindley This is the link where the book can be found : https://mxdoc.com/peter-vronsky-serial-killers-the…