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Types of Team Presentations

May I please get some help in creating a 3 slide presentation on how the Federal Investigation Bureau benefit or might benefit from adopting the four types team? Using the four team types giving below please be sure to include a Introduction and conclusion slide. Problem-solving teams Self-Managed Work Teams Cross-

Globalization, Government, Diversity and Communication

History 1 Discuss the pros and cons of globalization and its impact on the United States. What has helped or hurt America's case for influence around the world? Have you felt that globalization affects you personally in your community or at your workplace? If so how? If not, why not? 2 The United States' general position i

The American Judicial System

The American judicial system is based on the foundation of sentencing and rehabilitation of criminals in order to reduce recidivism. In saying this, the corrections system must be able to carry out punishment and rehabilitation sentencing of those involved in the court system. Just as any other industry, the corrections system m

Presentence Investigation

Every person on trail by the American judicial system is entitled to a fair trial; regardless of the crime they are being tried for. In saying this, members of the judicial system must ensure that the defendant's rights are carried out based on their Constitutional rights in order to uphold fair treatment. Judges often use prese

Passport and Justice

Amanda Knox was an American student in her early 20s studying abroad at a university in Perugia, Italy. In November, 2007 she was arrested, later charged and in 2009 she was found guilty of the murder of her roommate Meredith Kercher. This case received exclusive media attention all over the world. Much discussion has been ha

Justice and the Criminal Justice System

Justice seeks to make things right. The idea of justice is based on ethics, equality, human rights, religion, and solidarity. John Rawls says that "justice is the first virtue of social institutions, as truth is of systems of thought." Is justice the first virtue of the criminal justice system? Why or why not? Have your idea

Juvenile Justice Movement

Most juvenile offenders do not go on to commit crimes as adults. Most go on to live productive lives. Please give an overview of the history of the juvenile justice movement. Make sure to reference the progressive movement, the advent of juvenile court, the juvenile rights movement, and other pertinent movements within juvenile

Motivation and Acquired Needs

Hello, Can I please get some assistance in writing about how Acquired Needs applies to the motivation theories to the FBI workplace productivity? Is it achieving the desired results? The above theories should be defined and then the explanation of what exists should be clear. I am not sure how to start this. Any help would

Deterring Gang Membership 365 word essay with reference

As the American economy continues to spiral out of control and drive the unemployment rate up, we've seen an increase in gang activity that continues to harness this in communities abroad. In saying this, gangs are expanding their enterprises to rural communities to stay out of the light of gang enforcement agencies in major cit

Hate Crimes in America

As society continues to evolve and America becomes one of the largest culture melting pots in the world, we still deal with the dreaded hate crimes. However, hate crimes have evolved from focusing on minorities to a larger range of cultures to include homosexuality religion, and gender. I believe every generation deals with hate

Illegal Weapons Trafficking

As serious violent crimes continue to rise, so does that of illegal guns on streets throughout the nation. Street level gangs have become the primary focus of law enforcement agencies in order to deter weapon trafficking and reduce the amount of unsolved murders due to an illegal and untraceable weapons being used. Discuss and r

Research Theories and the Components of Theoretical Schemes

Theory defines, assumes, proposes, explains, and predicts what the research outcome is likely to prove (right or wrong). It is an integrated body of propositions, assumptions, and definitions that are related in explaining and predicting relationships between two or more variables. Theory could be any of the following: deductive

your thought and ideas

1. What is an example of technology that has affected the criminal justice system? How does this technological advancement enhance or challenge the effectiveness of communication within the various areas of the criminal justice system? 2. What is an example of a new technological advancement that has increased the effectivene

Jury Trials, Yes or No?

90 percent of all jury trials in the world take place in the United States. What if the United States did not have the right to trial by jury? How would the court system be different? Select one highly publicized case and either support the right for a trial by jury or argue against it. Finally, define jury nullification

How will an audience judge quality?

Hi, I am doing an expository essay on three strikes laws. I need some assistance with this topic however. Can you explain to me what three strikes laws are and their background, as well as their use in the United States. I also need some ideas regarding ideals on how to keep an audience's attention when writing my essay on three

Understanding Leadership Styles and Types of Communications

Leadership styles and motivational techniques are varied as well as specific to individuals. An understanding of leadership styles can help you understand your role in the organization that you work for at the entry level, as part of your criminal justice employment. 1) Assume that you were recently promoted to a supervisory

Technology and Communication Advancements in the Criminal Justice System

Explains how technology has affected the communication capabilities of specialized databases in the criminal justice system. Include the following in your paper: A comparison of at least two types of specialized databases, such as the following: - Mobile data terminals - AFIS - Live scan < - Facial recognition - Iris

Community Policing and Politics in the 1990s 324 words with reference

The early 1990s brought a new approach called community policing in order to combat the increasing rate of violent crimes throughout the U.S. During this same time frame the Nation was going through the Presidential campaign trail. Obviously, incumbents put crime control at the forefront of the agenda if elected to empathize wit

Methods of Crime Control: Community Policing

As violent crime (murder, rape, robbery) rates began to peak in the early 1990s, legislation had to take a new approach in regulating the war on crime. In addition to crime rates increasing, the fear of crime ran ramped through our communities. It was obvious that state legislation didn't have the budget or resources to combat t

Trials for Juvenile Crimes

The argument between society and the judicial system to as whether or not juveniles should be tried as an adult has and will be always be a continuous venue for debate. The mind-state, circumstances, and type of crime committed by the juvenile will often dictate whether or not he or she is tried as an adult. Discuss options w

Should Juveniles be Tried as Adults?

The argument between society and the judicial system to as whether or not juveniles should be tried as an adult has and will be always be a continuous venue for debate. The mind-state, circumstances, and type of crime committed by the juvenile will often dictate whether or not he or she is tried as an adult. 1. Discuss what d

The Right to Appeal 325 word essay with reference

The structure and foundation of our court system is grounded that every person is entitled to a fair and swift trial. However, there have been those cases in which the law wasn't upheld and the defendant felt they didn't receive a just trial (often based on evidence, jury, court actions, or law). Furthermore, it's the person's r

Philosophies of Punishment 525 word essay with reference

Punishment has long been an argumentative subject within our judicial system. The primary focus of punishment is to deter one from conducting deviant behavior before it happens. In saying this, there are those who argue that the court system continually hands down extreme and cruel punishment for crimes. Punishment has long been

Courtrooms and Sentencing

In any courtroom, regardless of the crime in question, the inevitable sentencing process is a direct reflection of the court proceedings that occurred. Whether a bench trial or trial by jury, the climatic sentencing often brings calmness and silence to those present in the court room. Discuss what organizational, legal, and

Impact of Jurors 340 word essay with reference

One of the most vital roles during a trial is that of a juror. Tasked with deciphering the truth from lies based on arguments from both parties, including their evidence and statements, these citizens hold the livelihood of a person in their hands. Of all the tasks imposed on jurors, the deliberation process to hand down a sound

Bail within Judicial System 470 word essay with reference

The bail system is a unique aspect of our judicial system. When a person commits a crime, bail may then be set under the guidelines this "criminal" will report for the hearing, and he/she goes free to carry on with his/her life until the court date. Discuss whether or not suspects should be allowed to post bail if they are a

Attrition Rate in Judicial System

Discuss the attrition rate in the judicial system and whether or not this is a possible shortcoming of our legal systems as we know it. Include references.