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Management theories

Law enforcement administrators use a variety of management styles to set policies and make decisions. In some instances, an immediate decision is required and an authoritative type of style is utilized. In others, more time is available in which to make decisions and a more deliberate approach is possible. Consider the follow

Describe the missions, structure and service areas of three organizations

Go to the Library to conduct your research on three large (law enforcement) agencies. Describe the missions of the three agencies, its organizational structure, and the major areas of its services. Compare what you have designed for a mission statement for your agency in your discussion board against the actual mission statement

Preventive law is shown.

Think of a law, current or proposed, that is intended to make people better off by preventing them from engaging in voluntary behavior that may harm them. Does the law achieve its goal? What unintended consequences may result from enacting or enforcing the law? Are people actually made better off by the law? Are there other, les

Obscene Publications Act 1959

Hello , I need an outline for the following Question. Answer the following problem based on R v Gibson [1991] 1 All ER 439. You need rely only on this case and the statutory provisions in it; it is not required or necessary that you do any other reading. The British Museum has put on display a classical vase from Ancient G

Case Study - Legal Issue

Please help write a 2-3 page case study on a legal issue that I am having problems coming up with. Can you help me with coming up with a legal issue and apply the format scheme below? The topic or regulation can be for example: a state or federal law, local ordinace, state common law or an administrative rule. Format: I

Case analysis

1. With what offence were the defendants convicted? Was this a statutory offence or a common law offence? 2. What consequence(s) flowed from this categorisation? 3. List the grounds of appeal. 4. Taking each ground of appeal in turn, summarise the arguments put forward by counsel for the Crown as well as counsel for the de

Walks students through a brief.

What information should I include and what format should I use for briefing a court case such as Shell v. R.W. Sturge, Ltd.?

COPPS Philosophy and the SARA Method

You are the captain in the police department's special response unit. You unit normally handles many special projects for the chief of police, from providing officers for parades and demonstrations to targeting an area in which there is serious ongoing crime problems. Your chief, who insists on using the Community Policing and P

Employment Law: Discrimination Example Problems

I need your help answering these questions on legal process; This is the scenario bill is an employee in a private sector organization. He wants to file a discrimination complaint against his employer. 1. Explain the discrimination complaint and civil litigation processes. 2. Explain how the complain begins with the Equ

Legal Systems - Dispute Summary

Dispute Summary: Identify a current or past dispute in an organization that has been resolved informally or has resulted in some form of legal process (e.g., grievance, agency complaint, arbitration, or litigation). This may be a dispute between or among any of the organization's stakeholders (e.g. employee-employee, employee-su

Legal Process Paper

John is an employee in a private sector organization. He wants to file a discrimination complaint against his employer. Write answer explaining the discrimination complaint and civil litigation processes. In your paper, explain how the complaint begins with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and proceeds thr

Guardianship Importance and Procedures

Can you please explain why guardianship is necessary, what procedures are involved and why these are important and discuss any abuses or problem areas you see within this area.

Advance Directives

Can you please explain the purposes, and any legal problems you see inherent in the use of advance directives.

Explanation of Institutional Abuse

Can you please describe "institutional abuse" as you understand it, and if you know of any; examples. These may be from your own experience or from the media. State how you see the rights and duties of the parties have not been met and the results.