There are a lot of times that an officer does not want to publicize their communication over the radio because too many people have scanners. For example, if they are about to serve a warrant on a house they do not want this going across the radio. Officers will use their cell phones to either call or text other officers to make sure everything is ready. What other resources should they use to communicate with the public?
My preferred methods of communication start with either phone conversations or face to face conversations with email as a back up. However, I will always email a person after I’ve spoken to them just to recap what we spoke about so I have documentation. How do you know your communication with someone has been received well?
Write a 1,050 word paper in which you answer the following questions: What are the benefits of an evaluation plan? What are the differences between a process evaluation and an outcome evaluation? What are the types of budgets used in grant funding? Why are these types of budgets used?
Instructions: Please review and respond to the following questions. Make sure responses are substantive in nature and meet the required word count. There should be at least one reference per question. 1)Was the British-American judicial system looked upon with favor by American colonists? Why or why not? How did it influence and contribute to the development of the American Judicial system? (150 words response) 2)What is the significance of the Marbury v. Madison case? Why is it important regarding the powers of the judiciary? (100 words response) 3)What role does politics play in the appointment of Supreme Court Justices? (100 […]
Question Description assignment is attached. Only do part 2 A & B of the assignment. The reading is provided. Use only the reading and article provided as a reference. Written assignment should be in 12 point Times New Roman font, 1 inch margins, double spaced of a minimum of three pages. For part 2 B write out and answer the 7 questions based on Nolen Case: What are the facts? What legal claim(s) applies? What are the elements of each claim? What facts relate to each element? What does the defendant argue? How does the court rule and why? What […]
Danny Jones is a sixteen-year-old boy who has been truant from school and has been detained by the police for loitering outside the local mall during school hours. Robin Smith is a fifteen-year-old girl who has committed a murder as part of being initiated into a street gang. On the basis of the two scenarios, respond to the following: Which scenario would be more typical of a common juvenile offender? Why? While responding, consider your state which is the state of Georgia-, or national-level data on juvenile offending. Analyze the following and support your analysis with research: Is juvenile crime […]
Employment Law Pick a company that you find interesting (NOT AT&T), then visit the company website and find a job posting. You will need to submit a copy of the posting along with your responses to the following two prompts: Based on what you have learned through the assigned readings, analyze the contents of the advertisement to identify language that would affect, either positively or negatively, the company’s compliance with employment law. Are the job requirements clear and related to the position? Are there any changes you would recommend? (25 points) Return to the company website to look for information […]
Question Description In law enforcement, body language is very important. Police officers are constantly reading the body language of the people they come in contact with. they look for signs of aggression such as furloughed brows, clenched fists, and excessive pulse read in the arteries of the neck. Each of these are possible signs that the person they are dealing with could soon become aggressive. They can also read body language which may show if the person being interviewed is lying, under the influence of a substance, or possibly getting ready to flee. Body language is an extremely important part […]
Read this Forbes article: Nurse Refuses To Give CPR, Senior Dies: Ethical Problem Or Legal Issue? In this case, a nurse calls 911 after discovering that a resident of the assisted-living center where she is employed has stopped breathing. The emergency medical dispatcher (EMD) starts providing CPR instructions to the nurse (who is already trained in CPR), but the nurse refuses to help the patient, citing company policy. After reviewing this case, discuss whether you think the nurse violated ethics or acted illegally. Explain the difference between unethical behavior and criminal behavior. Should she have been arrested? What would you […]