Which do you think would work better: more traditional police enforcement of organized crime or new approaches for regulating organized crime connections in society? - Do you think that society will ever see an end to Organized Crime? Why or why not?
I need last help analyzing and answering questions about these two videos: http://money.howstuffworks.com/459-how-identity-theft-works-video.htm http://www.nbcnews.com/video/nightly-news/51388730#51388730 Discuss: a) the two ID Theft videos and the effects on you and society (2pts) b) the photo figures of blood spatter a
Visit the MADD website. Discuss the effects "DUI" has on the families affected by such drivers and the laws in our state. How is blood alcohol measured and collected?
In a 2 page double-spaced paper, describe the following concepts: de minimis communications, the discovery process, the Brady rule, a motion in limine or the witness sequestration rule. The paper should include, using your own words, and APA formatting, definitions of the terms, a brief history of the concept, then evaluate thei
Discuss the line between an individual's right to expression and the role of the government to protect its citizens from harm?
CHOOSE EITHER ONE! In a 2-3 page pager, (double spaced) using APA formatting, describe what a civil gang injunction is and provide an example of a situation in which a CGI was successful and one in which the CGI was challenged. Right to Expression In a 2-3 page paper, (double spaced) using APA formatting, discuss the line
Forensic Investigators examine the TRACE ELEMENTS of the earth that is present in all types of metallic objects as well as glass, fibers and soil. 1)Discuss the trace elements of Antimony/Silver Concentrations in the metallic bullets from the forensic files of the President Kennedy Assassination listed Table 6-3. What are you
"The Conspirator"; (the movie) write a 3-page reaction paper considering the issue of due process under the 5th and 14th Amendment addressing the legal system's use of military tribunal versus the right to a jury trial. Write in first person, explaining your position, as related to what you have learned about due process.
Critique the case of Julian Assange, who created the Web site Wikileaks. Is Assange a glorified hacker and threat to national and international security or is he a supporter for human rights and freedom of speech?
Explain the differences between criminologists and criminalists, and their respective areas of study. Discuss the differences between white-collar crime and blue-collar crime. Which types of crime are measured by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in the Uniform Crime Reports? Which of the two (blue-collar or white-colla
1. In 2008, National Institute on Drug Abuse researchers announced that __________ of a person's risk of becoming addicted to nicotine, alcohol, or other drugs depended on his or her genes. 90% Up to 50% 5% Less than 30% 2. Which of the following is an example of psychosis that leads to crime? An angry, terror
Examine the connection between stalking and domestic violence. Be sure to discuss the laws surrounding both of these issues and any difficulties that may arise in detection and/or prosecution?
Match each scenario with the theory it demonstrates. Attachment Theory Modeling Theory Self-Control Theory Behavior Theory A. When Tom was growing up; his father often hit his mother after losing his temper during arguments. After he married, Tom hit his wife whenever he got into an argument with her and lost hi
Please help in creating an outline on 'Telematics technology, explaining how it works and providing examples of how it is currently being applied by law enforcement agencies around the U.S'.
Match the explanation with the appropriate key term. Hard determinism Routine activities theory Utilitarianism Mala in se Nothing-works doctrine Situational choice theory Positivism Rational choice theory Recidivism Mala prohibita Questions: A. View that criminal behavior results from choices made base
Examine the difference between a voluntary statement and a custodial interrogation. Using at least two relevant court cases, be certain to address when and how a voluntary statement can become a custodial interrogation.
If a forensic psychologist completes a competency evaluation for a murder in a case from 24 years ago, can he again evaluate the defendant for a murder that happen after the first evaluation and just base it off of his first evaluation from 24 years ago?
Which is better for a criminal justice agency to have: a strict written code of ethics or employees who possess a high personal code of ethics? Does one preclude the other? Which type of organization would function better?
Please help with the questions in the attached document about 'Ethics Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal justice (8th)' by Joycelyn M. Pollock.
Can you please provide me some assistance on two questions: 1. Describe the history of law enforcement from its roots in the English system of policing, through each era, up to the current use of contemporary policing. How has policing become an actor in the public policy process? . 2. Define the "three strikes rule" as i
Please help with the following problem. I need a literature review of an area of crime or criminal justice research for your research topic. Describe what you selected and why you think this topic would be good for further research.
I need help in generating ideas on this assignment: 'Watch both a real and a fictional crime show. Your choices for a real crime show are: First 48, Final Witness, or 48 Hour Mystery. Your choices for a fictional show are CSI, The Closer, or NCIS.' Summarize both cases and then compare and contrast the investigation of both
Francis, a probationer, signed a contract with Louisiana Home Detention Services, Inc. (LHD), a private company designated by the State of Louisiana to monitor individuals placed in home incarceration, allowing the warrantless search of his home if LHD employees had probable cause to believe he possessed contraband. This conditi
The Book is The Autobiography of an Execution by David Dow. Please respond to this book.
Describe how the Fourth Amendment should be applied to permit reasonable government action while still protecting individual privacy on their smartphones.
Can you please provide some assistance with this question? Outline issues that currently face the juvenile justice system. Compare these with previous issues faced by juvenile justice during the past twenty years. Has the juvenile justice system improved over the years? Recall recent legislation that impacts juvenile justice.
Joshua got a DUI for driving under the influence; for the second time. Luckily no one was hurt, but Joshua pleaded guilty and is willing to do whatever it takes to avoid ever driving under the influence again. Using a state that interests you, discuss how to best deal with Joshua under the current probation and parole systems
Revisiting the Stanford Prison Experiment: a Lesson in the Power of Situation," by Philip G. Zimbardo. After reviewing the article, provide the following: A brief introduction and summary of the article Analysis of the data, including discussion of its significance and relevance to criminal justice Compare and contrast t
Topic: Homicides APA paragraphs with proper APA citation(s)/reference(s) 1. There are different levels or degrees of homicide. Discuss these degrees. Give examples.
Write a 750- 1,050-word paper in which you describe the recruitment and selection process of the agency you selected. Include the following • Describe elements associated with the police recruitment and selection process at the agency. • Identify major components of the training process and the career development progra
Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper in which you address police department roles and functions. Include the following • Identify the principal roles and functions of police organizations and their role as it applies to the law. • Describe various types of police agencies at the local, state, and federal level and the roles