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    Attica Prison Riots

    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

    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.

    Jury Nullification

    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

    Criminal Justice Research: Police Officers and Their Jobs

    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,

    Mail surveys, race and police, excessive force, and 9/11

    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

    Security Layering

    What impact does "layering" of security measures have for protecting physical facilities like buildings?

    Political Influences

    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

    Reaction to the Senate's Rejection of Gun Background Checks

    Please provide a synopsis and analysis of the following article, as well as your own reaction. Senate rejects expanded gun background checks By Ted Barrett and Tom Cohen, CNN http://www.cnn.com/2013/04/17/politics/senate-guns-vote/index.html

    student success story analysis

    Access and read the "Student Success Story,". After you read the story, answer the following: What do you think is the most important thing Jeannine did to change her situation and start to improve at school? Now that you are a graduate student, what are the lessons you learned during your undergraduate career that you will appl

    Community policing: SARA

    "Community policing is a concept in which the police and the community work in co-ordination towards the betterment of the society together to address the problems of the society, like crime in the area, drug abuse, elder abuse, or child abuse. Police officers and community together take initiatives in solving problems like crim

    Effective Methods of Investigation

    Effective Methods of Investigation A 69-year-old man was found murdered in a remote area. There was nobody around for miles. The crime was reported to the police when the victim's daughter comes visiting him and found him lying in a pool of dried blood. The investigators start collecting clues to find out about the murder. Th

    Building Security in Financial Institutions

    What are the best practices for protecting office buildings? Why is having security for financial institutions important? Why do hospitals and other health care facilities need security? Are these institutions considered safe? Explain.

    Police Influence on Society

    Describes how the historical development of policing in the United States relates to the current relationship between police and different ethnic groups and social classes. Support your discussion with examples from law enforcement practices, court procedures, corrections populations, or all three.

    Research Terminology in Criminal Justice Research

    Research Process and Terminology I know that to be proficient in research, one must know language and process. OK, I try to familiarize myself with research terminology as I use the terms to write and describe the research process. I need more ideas on the following: • Include new terminology learned from the readin

    Research ethics and disparity versus discrimination

    1. What is research? What provides discipline in the research process? Why is this discipline important? 2. What are research ethics? What is a code of conduct? 3. What is the difference between disparity and discrimination? Provide an example of ethnicity, race, or socioeconomic status that lead to the disparity. 4. Wh

    Murder investigation

    a) Analyze some important elements to consider when securing and processing a crime scene. b) Analyze the type of firearm evidence present at the scene after examining the bodies and discovering that each victim has one gunshot wound which was fatal. c) Analyze the presence of two gunshot wounds, one on each body, and th

    The evolution of community policing

    Describe the evolution of community policing in your city in the last twenty years. What are the training initiatives in the city you have chosen? What are some specific problem-solving strategies used by the agency? Is there adequate on-site technical assistance to communities interested in initiating a community policing pr

    criminal investigator

    Susan Chandler, a popular model, was found murdered in her penthouse. On receiving the call, the investigative officer on duty, Allan McCarthy, who had been with the police department for four months, rushed immediately to the crime spot. One of the neighbors informed Allan about seeing industrialist Graham Penn leaving the apar

    Evolution of Policing - Political, Reform, and Community Eras

    The evolution of policing in the U.S. is divided into three eras—political, reform, and community. Though clear-cut boundaries do not exist between these eras, they are distinct from one another in terms of the noticeable prevalence of particular policies, strategies, and concepts that were more dominant, widespread, and bette

    State law in conflict with federal law example

    1) Find an article or a case (but NOT an online dictionary or wiki entry) that discusses an issue relating to any of the following: Subject matter jurisdiction, personal jurisdiction, "state rights," OR a conflict between state and federal authority/jurisdiction such as the right of state government to pass a law that conflict

    Implementation of National DNA Database

    1. With advances in DNA use, it may be possible to effectively solve crime by requiring the submission of DNA samples at birth for inclusion in a national DNA database. What do you think of this idea? What potential civil liberty violations exist with the implementation of such a program? 2. If DNA was mandatory for everyo

    Homeland Security and Community Policing

    Does Homeland Security issues influence the way police enforce the law? Please give an example. How does the era of Homeland security affect community policing?

    Adjuidication Function

    The U.S. Supreme Court's interpretation of the scope of the federal double jeopardy clause is binding on the states (i.e., the states must provide at least as much constitutional protection as does the federal government). Second, a state is free to afford more protection to a defendant under its own constitutional provision. Wh

    A Discussion On Law and Crimes

    1. With advances in DNA use, it may be possible to effectively solve crime by requiring the submission of DNA samples at birth for inclusion in a national DNA database. What do you think of this idea? What potential civil liberty violations exist with the implementation of such a program? 2. In your opinion, is technology a

    Procedure For Securing Digital Evidence

    Explain the procedure for securing digital evidence. What are some concerns of the investigators during the process? What is the overall goal for obtaining the evidence? Explain

    Electronic Communications Privacy Act

    What are some of the major components of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act? Provide examples of two court cases in which this act was used. Explain case details and the final decision of the court.