The U.S. senator you work for is considering whether to support a bill that provides funding for Interpol. He has asked you to educate him on this agency. -What is Interpol and how did it come about? -What geographic area does Interpol cover? -What kind of crimes or criminals is Interpol best suited to address? -What is th
Transnational Crime Research about some famous transnational crimes •Which specific crimes were committed? - How would you evaluate the level of cooperation between countries in fighting this type of transnational crime (for instance, if your case involves money laundering, how well do the countries involved in the case a
1. When do you think it is justifiable to sentence a juvenile as an adult? Explain your answer. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- When we look at our graph, we are looking at our variables. There is an x and y variable (axis) on the graphs. Class - what does
"Community policing cannot solve the drug problem anymore than traditional law enforcement can (Fagan, 1994)." - Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Why? - How do alcohol and drugs affect crime? - Are traditional drug enforcement policies working? Why? What is the role of community policing in drug enforcement and
The time of death relates directly to whether the suspect could have been at the scene and to the sequence of multiple deaths. It is also important to the victim's family in settling insurance claims and Social Security and pension payments (Orthmann and Hess, 2012). A body with a gunshot wound to the head has been found in a
Missing and Murder Investigation In many cases, a suspect will consent to an interview and waive his/her rights but not be completely truthful in the interview. Smith Collins reported to the police that his father was missing and that he was unable to trace his father's whereabouts. Collins' father's body was recovered fro
Because of several anonymous phone calls to HQ, the police suspect that Johnny B. Goode, a local ruffian with a long record, is responsible for the death of a 12-year-old boy. Johnny, 21, lives at home with his parents. Three officers and a detective go to Johnny's house and, after being admitted by the father, falsely inform th
1. What are the advantages and disadvantages of graphic displays in presenting data? 2. What is the principal difference between validity and reliability? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. What are some explanations for the over representation in a
-The Interview Mr. Adams, not further identified, has called the police station and stated that he has information concerning an armed robbery of a convenience store. When he observed the robbery in progress, he was parked across the street using his cell phone. It is possible that he can provide a great deal of information or
What is the meaning of three-strikes-and-you're-out? What are some of the problems associated with this legislation and has it proven to be effective?
Kylie was witness to the brutal murder of a 66-year-old man in broad daylight outside a bank on a busy New York street. The two perpetrators shot the man dead and escaped with the cash-filled bag he had been carrying. When the investigating officer arrived on the scene, he started questioning Kylie and found that she was not for
What should the ultimate objective of community policing be: crime prevention or reduction of fear? Describe how community policing can play a pivotal role in crime prevention. What are strategies to prevent juvenile crime through community policing? What are strategies to prevent drug related crime through community polic
Locate a recent criminal justice research article from a recognized peer-reviewed professional journal or government publication. Note. Non-peer-reviewed newspaper articles or articles from popular magazines, such as Time or Newsweek, are not acceptable. Address the following: - Identify the purpose of the research study,
2. Should federal law enforcement be permitted to kidnap drug dealers, suspected terrorists, and so forth, who violate United States law, but who are located outside the country and are protected from extradition? What ethical system supports this action, if taken?
--Do you believe chronic offenders can be rehabilitated? What are your thoughts on whether the criminal justice system should focus more on deterrence- or punishment-oriented policies for such offenders? Why? --In your opinion, do police officers protect innocent lives from criminals, or should they uphold the law to the extent
1. How does race based jury nullification impact community and racial relationships? 2. Evidence suggesting that prosecutors use peremptory challenges to preserve all-Caucasian juries in cases involving African American or Hispanic defendants has led some commentators to call for the elimination of the peremptory challenge. Wha
You will now have the opportunity to use a mapping program that is used in the state of Massachusetts. You are going to work your way down to one house and will look at this house as a SWAT team exercise. As instructed below, you will go to the state's mapping Web site to see its actual mapping program. You will utilize the s
Because there is now a 3D computer-generated mapping where one can see the height of buildings and shrubbery, there are now street cameras in major cities, what might be the next logical step in crime mapping, and what are the benefits and liabilities associated with crime mapping for the various components of the criminal justi
You built a tremendous relationship with the mostly ethnic and racial community, and they have asked that you be appointed to this position. Ways to effectively establish, maintain, and improve the relationship with the community. Justify the issues of the community and the department you have pinpointed. Keep in mind that s
Question #1 Identify and discuss the factors regarding police officer corruption and the impact it has upon the community. Question #2 Identify and discuss police practices, specifically questionable practices and their effects of the local community. Question #3 Identify and Discuss the two Police Commissions cre
Examine a burglary case at a residence. There was no forced entry into the dwelling and no other signs of physical evidence such as footprints because the floor is carpeted. You decide to turn off the lights and use laser light to find some pieces of evidence. You discover fine metal shavings on the floor of the house. a) In
Contemporary Cultural Diversity Issues Presentation Create a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation based on the two following topics: - The criminal justice system's response to the public's perception of ethnic and gender bias - The arguments for and against the contention that the criminal justice syst
For the Attica Prison Riots, present the significance of cultural diversity as it relates to correctional facilities using your selected case as an example. Summarize ethnic disparity and discrimination within corrections. Then provide me with a guide to create a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation of your find
Ethnicity and the Police Part II: Final Deliverable You will choose from the following options: • Option 1: Newspaper Article • Option 2: Speech • Option 3: Podcast Regardless of the option selected, your final deliverable is based on your opinion about the topic and must provide evidence to support your opinion.
Explain whether ethnicity influences courtroom proceedings and judicial practices. Summarize the arguments for and against ethnicity-based jury nullification. Include contemporary examples of ethnicity-based jury nullification. Conclude by choosing a position for or against ethnicity-based jury nullification and defend your deci
You are interested in conducting research concerning police officers and their jobs. The information you want to gather, including job satisfaction or job hazards, is up to you as long as you clearly state the goal of your research. The method you use should be appropriate for the goal of your research. Develop a 1,050- to 1,
1. What are some disadvantages of mail surveys? How may such disadvantages be eliminated? 2. What are some distinct advantages of a qualitative data-gathering strategy? 3. What impact does race have on citizen's attitudes toward police? 4. When does the use of force by police become excessive or unjustified? Include your own
What impact does "layering" of security measures have for protecting physical facilities like buildings?
Political Influences Political concerns are a fact of life that criminal justice managers must deal with. For this sample question examine a Sheriff's Department in order to apply the concepts from the course. Your report should cover these points: • Define agency politics. • Explain how political concerns influence th
Identify two examples of where evidence-based policing has been utilized and what was the impact of using this strategy.