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How does facial recognition software work?

Specifically, you have been asked to examine the potential for using facial recognition software to augment security measures inside the local stadium. Draft an excerpt for your vulnerability assessment giving an overview of facial recognition technology, how and with what success it has been used in the past, and whether or no

Criminal Justice policy

What are the steps of developing a policy within the criminal justice arena? How does the United States constitution impact the development of criminal justice policy? Is there a better way in which policy can be developed? What is the role of state government in criminal justice policy development and implementation? How

Illinois State Laws

Provide an overview of the current State of Illinois laws regarding: a. Unlawful Consumption of Alcohol b. Unlawful possession of Alcohol c. Unlawful Transportation of Alcohol d. DUI laws in Illinois e. "Use it or Lose it" law

Forensic Neuropsychology

Define forensic neuropsychology as it relates to criminology. Explain how forensic neuropsychology could redefine the manner in which we classify criminals. What would be the significance if it were found that criminal behavior stemmed from a physiological impairment in the brain rather than a purely psychological or social caus

Chain of custody

You are the investigator at a homicide. Describe the steps you would follow to maintain chain of custody of the evidence.

Terrorism Statutes Under Criminal Law

Please provide help with the following assignment. Any suggestions will be much appreciated. -------------------- You are a law enforcement officer assigned to the new Terrorism Task Force. Your supervisor asks you to create a presentation on recent changes to federal statutes on terrorism. In your presentation, incl

Crimes Against Persons

Please provide assistance for the following assignment. Thank you. -------------------------------------- You are a law enforcement officer at the South Carolina State Police Department. You are assigned to a committee to investigate the trends in crimes against persons in the U.S., and the factors that affect these

Explain the differences between civil and criminal law

Damian M. was charged with the murder of his wife, Sharon. After a lengthy trial in criminal court, he was acquitted by a jury of his wife's murder. Sharon's parents were convinced that Damian killed their daughter, and so they then brought a civil case against Damian for the wrongful death of their daughter. The jury in the civ

Should the U.S. end the War on Drugs?

From the pro perspective on ending the war on drugs what factors would present the best argument? What are some valid sources that supports the arguments.

Research on one national and one international computer crime

I need research help for two studies on computer crime. One computer crime involves Jeanson James Ancheta, "Zombie King", which I already have some research, but I need more. The other case needs to be of an international case. I was thinking of either the Gorshkov or Zezev cases. I need to know the details of the cases, such

Article Critique

The Article Critique assignment is to locate an article of interest related to Criminal Evidence specifically related to search and seizure or rules of evidence, exclusionary or relevant. You are to critique the article according to the instructions below. The articles should not be more than three years old. The format wil

Policing in the future

Evaluate the topic of terrorism and predict the issues it may present in the future of policing from the perspective of (a) individual police personnel (b) police management; and (c) the community.

Stop and Frisk, Arrest, and Stationhouse Detention

Based on the scenario below, provide help discussing the level of proof needed for the officers to stop and frisk the five youths, arrest the youths, and the varying elements used to justify fingerprinting the youths. Use specific examples from the fact pattern to support your findings. ------------------------- Sto

Criminal Procedure Variation

Criminal Procedure Variation · Research Tennessee's criminal procedures and choose a crime to review. · Locate a state that has a variance in their procedures for the same crime. · In a response describe the similarities and differences between the procedures of the same crime within the two states. · Use APA for

Statement of Belief for Prison

The state has proposed moving executions from another state prison to your prison. Many people in the community are opposed to the move. You need to prepare your stand on this to present at a legislative hearing scheduled in the near future. ? Develop a written statement of beliefs arguing in favor of the death penalty. As a

Criminal Justice System and Whistle-blowing

Please assist with some ideas so I can complete the following assignment: As a new department policy, your Superintendent feels it is important to encourage whistle-blowing. You have been asked to prepare a draft proposal on the new policy to be delivered at the next departmental meeting. Be sure to use a conversational tone

Effectiveness of Drug Testing in the Pretrial program

The purpose of this response is to show the benefits of defendants taking a drug test. The objective of this essay is to illustrate the effectiveness of the pretrial programs, and negate the assumptions that the pretrial drug-testing programs are ineffective because they are based on faulty assumptions.

Confidence in the media

Public confidence in the media appears to be diminishing. What are specific reasons for this? Give examples. What are your personal perspectives on the influence and possible bias found in the mass media?

The significance of Miranda

I'm having problems getting this started and knowing where to go with the writing. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you. Resource: http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/data/constitution/amendment05/09.html#1 Review the above website on Miranda v. Arizona (1966) Post a summary describing the significance of Miranda v. Arizo

Polygraph Testing: Frye or Daubert

Review the two major court cases that influence whether polygraphs can be used at trial. Frye v. United States (1923) and Daubert v. MerrellDowPharmaceuticals (1993) Post a response discussing whether polygraph testimony should be admissible in court which test (Frye or Daubert) is more appropriate, and the potential effect t