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    Police Response to Conflict Within the Community

    In a 2-page essay, describe how you would handle the following situation if you were one of the responding police officers. Be sure to describe how the actions that you propose to take would be consistent, no matter what ethnicities are involved. You are a police officer in an agency that has been involved in community-orien

    Explain Cyber Crime

    Conduct Internet searches on different crimes that could be considered cyber-crimes or that could be committed using computers as the primary method. Create a 10 slide PowerPoint presentation of those crimes. The goal of the presentation is to be able to present it to a group of people to explain cyber-crime. 2 references nee

    Barnes and Organized Crime

    During the 1970s, the "Black Mafia," was said to have controlled thirty percent of the illegal narcotics trade (mostly heroin and cocaine) in the black neighborhoods of major east coast cities. A leader of this type of organized crime group was Leroy "Nicky" Barnes, a gangster in the Harlem area of New York City. Research Bar

    Identifying the Ethical System

    You are an intern at an attorney's office and you have been asked to prepare a memo in response to the following scenario: •You have been accompanying one of the attorneys in your office to visit a client in jail. You notice that the attorney has been requesting continuances in his case for frivolous reasons. This has kept th

    Police Officers and Ethical Dilemmas

    Police officers are faced with ethical dilemmas on a daily basis. These dilemmas can range from accepting a free cup of coffee from a business owner to being offered a bribe by a suspect. In some situations, officers have to make a decision in haste that could affect the rest of their career and personal life. Undercover officer

    Transnational Organized Crime

    The United Nations has identified eighteen different transnational crimes, and each of them in some way falls into the three-part typology of organized crime (provision of illicit services, illicit goods, or infiltration of business). The eighteen transnational crimes are: money laundering, terrorist activities, theft of art and

    Paradigm of Laws

    Use Internet resources to address the following scenario: You are a correctional officer at the state prison. One of the inmates reveals to you his knowledge of the whereabouts of contraband in your facility. You promise the inmate—who has deceived you two times earlier—not to tell authorities about his involvement if he

    Organized crime and infiltration of business

    The newly-elected governor of your state has promised to fight against organized crime. She is not completely sure what is meant by "infiltration of business." You have been asked to provide her a 4- to 5-page report in Microsoft Word document that reviews the various ways in which organized crime groups interact with businesses

    Categories of Crime

    Consider the categories of crime that we reviewed this week: Provision of illicit goods, provision of illicit services, and infiltration of business, extortion, and racketeering. •Which crime does the most harm to society? •Are any of these crimes "victimless"? •Are there any crimes in our review of organized crime tha

    Civil Disobedience Laws

    Laws in the US are constantly evolving as society continues to evolve. A great example of this evolution is the state of Washington legalizing marijuana. In this week's lectures we compared the consensus and conflict paradigms and determined that laws can be an example of either paradigm. Based on your learning answer the fol

    Ethical Dilemma: Actors Involved

    The controversial "Stand Your Ground Law" has been used in two recent shootings in Florida. A Florida teen, Jordan Davis, was shot to death on Friday, November 23, 2012. The young man was riding in a car full of teenagers playing loud music. He was allegedly shot by Michael Dunn due to the loud music being played from the car

    Organized Crime Research

    Research the cases of Sam Gravano, Jonathan Lebed, and Jimmy Coonan. For each of these criminals, analyze their cases in terms of how we have defined organized crime this week. In a 4- to 5-page Microsoft Word document, present a report that summarizes these cases and for each, answer the following questions: •Does the crimin

    Henry Hill: Organized Crime

    The (true) story of Henry Hill provides a good example to illustrate the typologies of organized crime, criminals, and organizations. If you are familiar with the movie Goodfellas, that was based on the story of Henry Hill. For this assignment, research the life and criminal career of Henry Hill from and post a response that

    Patriot Act Stereotypes

    What are some of the stereotypes that television and movies promote about organized crime? How is the face of organized crime changing? What similarities can be drawn between the organized crime of the previous and current centuries? 150 word essay I need this by Friday February 12, 2016

    Victim Selection

    Write a 2 page essay. Address the following in your paper: • Is the victim selection process different between team serial killers and those who work alone? • Discuss any differences and or similarities as it relates to motives, methods, and offender history. • Support your argument. 2 references needed

    The social disorganization and social learning theories

    Select two of the following sociological crime theories: Anomie, Social Disorganization, Social Learning Theory, Focal Concerns, Labeling Theory, and Critical Criminology. the two theories I selected are Social Disorganization and Social Learning Theory Create a 2- to 3-page report in a Microsoft Word document that includes r

    Gender and Crime

    Men commit an overwhelming percentage of violent crime and the majority of property crime in the United States. •How would each of the three critical feminist perspectives—Radical, Marxist, and Socialist—explain this phenomenon? Do different life experiences by men and women impact the overrepresentation of men in the cri

    Arson investigator

    Which group do you think is best suited to investigate arson: the fire department or the police department? Why? What unique skills does each group contribute to an arson investigation? Assume you are the chief investigator. What tasks would assign to firefighters and police officers in an investigation and why? 150 w

    Social Theories and Crime

    Social control makes people live within the rules of society and not commit crime. Travis Hirschi-Social Bond Theory is an effort to explain what makes people comply and not get involved in criminal activity. He posited four social bonds: attachment, commitment, involvement, and belief. Explain how these bonds help people comply

    Sex Offender Registration Laws

    Write a 2-page essay. Over the years we have heard horrendous stories about children that have been abducted. Some are murdered and others may eventually return home, but their lives are forever changed. Discuss how effective, or not, registration laws have been in preventing abduction by sexual predators? Argue: Shoul

    Theories of Crime

    Theories of Crime Imagine you are a criminologist. Select one of the following crimes: school violence, robbery, murder, driving under the influence (DUI), or retail theft (shoplifting). Create a 3- to 4-page report in a Microsoft Word document that includes the responses to the following: •Using one of the following t

    Becoming a Victim

    Can victimization be prevented? Are some victims' catalysts in their attack? How, if possible, can individuals prevent victimization. 2 page essay 2 references needed I need this by Tuesday January 25, 2016 at 9pm

    Investigating Crimes Against Children

    Assume you are a newly promoted supervisor in your investigative unit. Until now, an outside agency has handled all of your reported crimes against children. In 10 slides, using proper references and your own words, create a PowerPoint presentation to train your unit. In this PowerPoint presentation, discuss in detail the fo

    Prosecutors and Victims

    Write a 2-page essay. Address the following in your paper: Discuss the various ways in which prosecutors assist victims. Are there situations that could lead to conflicts between the two? 2 References needed I need this done by Tuesday, January 19, 2016 Thank you

    Trafficking and Smuggling

    Discuss the difference between human trafficking and human smuggling. Why are these cases so difficult to detect and what can investigators utilize when trying to detect these cases? 150 word paragraph I need this solution by Sunday, January 17, 2016 Thank you reference needed

    Theories of Behavior

    Write a 2-page paper. Address the following in the paper: Identify and discuss some of the sociological theories related to violent behavior? Argue which theory or combination of theories best explains the process of becoming a serial murder? Thank you 2 reference needed Can I have this by Tuesday January 12, 20

    Definition of a Murder

    Write a 2-page paper. Address the following in your paper: Murder is usually categorized based on the relationship between individuals, as well as, how each state defines the taking of a person's life. In your paper, research and discuss how your state defines murder and the associated criteria. Support your argument with

    Comparing and Contrasting Research Designs

    I made the essay really short I might have the time to get it turned in. Any thing is good right now Pick 2 research designs: Control Group Time-Series Design Alternating-Treatments Design In a 200 word essay compare and contrast the outcomes that would be derived from each design. Include a treatment of at least one

    Organizational change in police organization

    I need by 26 December Read the following scenario and answer the five questions that follow using APA style formatting where appropriate. Provide sufficient detail in your responses to demonstrate a good understanding of the material in the textbook regarding the philosophy of and management approach to community policing. C

    Stress and police officers

    In a 2 page paper, discuss the definition of stress, where police officers most often encounter stress and how they most often respond to it. Describe what happens physically and emotionally in these events and what some methods are that police management can use to reduce stress and provide treatment? 2 references Reques