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A key premise of this course is that research and theory on self-control should

A key premise of this course is that research and theory on self-control should do more than just advance our scientific understanding of behavior”it also should lead to good ideas that inform public policy efforts to reduce crime and other problems linked to low self-control. With that in mind draw from the reading in this unit to discuss what you see as the most promising policy implications arising from the research covered in this unit You will be expected to post a reply by 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday of that same week. Responses are expected to be approximately 3-4 paragraphs but the most important issue will be content”your posting should answer the question that was posed cite relevant reading materials and be clear organized professional and well-written. Also to encourage an interesting and productive dialogue https://fpg.unc.edu/news/ted-talk-they-keep-talking-about-power-high-quality-early-ed

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A law firm has hired you to assist with digital evidence cases involving divorce

A law firm has hired you to assist with digital evidence cases involving divorces. The main evidence consists of email spreadsheets and documents. Before hiring you the firm used an outside group to conduct investigations. You have to decide what equipment and software to purchase. What would you do to build a business plan that would be approved?

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A Look at the U.S. Population in 2060, population demographic shifts will be occ

A Look at the U.S. Population in 2060 population demographic shifts will be occurring nationwide in the United States throughout the future. What are the two greatest shifts that will occur? How will these shifts redefine policing in the future in regards to both staffing and public interaction? Support your answers with evidence. 250 “ 350 words long. Refer & cite current resources in your answer.

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A lot of modern technology has been introduced into policing in the past decade

A lot of modern technology has been introduced into policing inthe past decade or two. Which new technologies do you think have had the biggest impact on police work? On the effectiveness of police? What has had the least impact? What information contained in this weeks textbook reading assignment provides relevance to the question? Be sure to cite the text and other references in APA. Your original discussion questions responses need to be at least 400 words in length. The text book for this class is: Lacher D. (2014). Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice Management: Cognella Books San Diego ISBN: 978-1-62611-745-2

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A group of people in the state of Nature form a new religion called GreenSpace,

A group of people in the state of Nature form a new religion called GreenSpace which is devoted to connecting with natural spiritually and to preserving nature to the extent possible. This religion carries on for over 50 years and is passed from generation to generation until it has thousands of members. A tradition develops within the religion of GreenSpace that once every year during hunting season (May 1 through November 1) adherents dress up in costumes that make them look like deer and roam the forest for an entire eight hour period. During the seven years since this tradition has started a total of 12 members of GreenSpace have been accidentally shot by hunters and of these three have been killed. Therefore the state of Nature passes the following law: Section 1. The purpose of the statute is to prevent GreenSpace members from undertaking actions that are dangerous to themselves and others pursuant to their religious custom. Section 2. No person shall dress in a costume that causes him or herself to appear as though he or she is a deer between May 1 and November 1 of any calendar year. In response to this legislation GreenSpace members organize a massive protest in downtown Nature City on Saturday May 12. However when they apply to obtain a permit that would allow them to protest in this manner their permit application is denied. After some research a GreenSpace official finds that the Nature City permit application process gives discretion to the city to deny a permit to protest if in the judgment of the licensing authority the demonstration is likely to seriously inconvenience residents of Nature City. When the GreenSpace asks a government official why they were denied a permit while BlueMan Group was granted a permit after a similar application a month earlier the official responds Well you know BlueMan Group really isnt so controversial. You guys are extremely controversial and I figured that granting the permit would cause protesters and counter-protesters and would in general lead to a massive breach of the peace. After having been denied a permit GreenSpace holds a rally in a local park instead. During the rally Rosa a GreenSpace spiritual leader announces: We cannot support any government that continually disallows us our traditions and continually ignores the needs of our environment. We need to seriously think about planning and overthrow of the current regime. If we can do so nonviolently that is preferable. But if a little violence is necessary to then so be it. Issue 1: GreenSpace officials bring an action to declare the statute regarding the deer costumes unconstitutional because it restricts their free exercise of religion. GreenSpace argues both that the law was aimed at their religion and that it restricts otherwise legal behavior that they are required to engage in because of their religion. Please analyze and discuss whether the statute is unconstitutional as a violation of GreenSpace members free exercise of religion. Issue 2: GreenSpace officials also bring an action to challenge the denial of their permit to protest in downtown Nature City. Nature City officials argue that the permit system is merely a reasonable time place and manner restriction and that their decision should therefore be upheld. Please analyze and discuss whether the permit system as applied in this case is constitutional or is an unconstitutional restriction on GreenSpaces freedom of speech and assembly. Issue 3: Rosa is arrested and charged with incitement. Assume that her statement as quoted above would be considered incitement under the laws of the state of Nature. Rosa argues that her speech is constitutionally protected under the First Amendment. Please analyze and discuss whether she is correct or whether she can be constitutionally charged with incitement. Need at least 2 supporting case law (United States) and 2 statutes 4-5 pages

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A Judges Authority to Carry a Gun in Open Court In this assignment, you will re

A Judges Authority to Carry a Gun in Open Court In this assignment you will research and study the judicial authority and role of a judge to carry a gun in the courtroom. You will determine whether it is appropriate for a sitting judge who is tasked to keep order to have a gun in the courtroom for his or her protection where he or she has disallowed guns by others. Typically bailiffs carry stun guns while in the courtroom and attorneys witnesses and spectators are not allowed to enter the courtroom with weapons. Using the South University Online Library or the Internet you will prepare a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation with a cover slide a reference slide and a minimum of 5 slides that demonstrates your understanding of the power and authority of judges during courtroom proceedings. Your presentation should also include the following: Discuss whether the constitutional right to bear arms extends to the courtroom. Discuss whether you believe it is appropriate conduct for a judge to carry a gun in the courtroom versus other public places. Explain whether the integrity of the court is compromised. Discuss any safety concerns that may arise. Support your responses with appropriate research reasoning and examples. Cite any sources in APA format. Submission Details: Submit your report as a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation that includes a cover slide a reference slide and a minimum of 5 slides of content to the Submissions Area by the due date assigned. Name your presentation SU_CRJ2_W4_A2_LastName_FirstInitial.ppt. Cite any sources using APA guidelines on a separate slide.

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A key concept in economics and finance is the time value of money.  Most investm

A key concept in economics and finance is the time value of money. Most investment decisions like buying a house paying for your education or starting a business involve making a payment up front in order to earn a return later. (You pay money out at one or more points in time and later receive your benefits based on the investments agreement.) Additionally economic factors such as supply and demand can play an important role in your investment process. If there is a huge supply of houses available in a neighborhood you like housing prices in that neighborhood may go down due to a lack of current demands. Therefore you as the buyer have more power and may be able to make an offer that is lower than the initial asking price. Alternatively in a neighborhood that is very much in demand and low in available housing the housing prices may be higher and you may need to offer to pay more to compete with other offers for a home there. Decisions in investments can end in a variety of ways. Applying your problem solving skill and critical thinking strategies can help you successfully analyze opportunities to bring the best benefits for your efforts. Adjusting for the time value of money lets you calculate if the rewards are worth the wait so that you can arrive at an informed decision before you commit your money. In this weeks discussion: Identify an investment decision that you or someone else has made. (This should be for goods or services for which one or more payments were made in order to receive increased benefits from those goods or services at a later time.) How do you think the concept of supply and demand impacted the investment decision? Now that you understand the time value of money how would you use your problem solving skill (especially critical thinking strategies) to rethink the decision in the future?

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A decision tree is a great way to determine a course of action and possible outc

A decision tree is a great way to determine a course of action and possible outcomes associated with an officers decision. Today everyone has a camera and decisions are reviewed questioned and judged by those who have no idea what happened. In Ch. 5 you learned about tactical decision-making and scenario-based training for new officers. Discretion is a major part of a police officers role and the decision he or she makes in a split second can create many different outcomes and consequences. Watch the Decision Tree video located in the University Library. Read the Sidebar 11-1 Police Discretion in an Unfolding Disturbance Call in the New Perspectives on Police Discretion section of Ch. 11 Police Discretion  of The Police in America. Consider the different stages the officer is faced with in the scenario. Select stage four five or six and review the officer response provided. Create a 10- to 12-slide Microsoft PowerPoint® presentation in which you: Describe possible decision points that the officer may have faced. Explain how one decision the officer could have made modeled abuse of discretion or modeled positive use of discretion. Describe factors that may limit the officers discretion. Explain at least three internal and external mechanisms police departments use for accountability. Incorporate one citation/reference from the course textbook and at least two academic citations/references outside of your textbook in your presentation. An academic reference is a source from Electronic Reserve Readings UOP Library Google Scholar eBook Collection or course reading assignments. Provideexamples to support your points in the presentation. Presentation should include a title slide introduction slide research slides conclusion slide and a reference slide. (The Title Slide and Reference Slide do NOT count towards the slide count requirement.)A 10 “ 12 slide PowerPoint Presentation should average between 800 “ 1 000 words of research. Listmajor points on the slides using bullet points which are limited to approximately five lines; approximately five words per bulleted item. Add a paragraph (approximately 100 words) to the speaker notes to support the bullet points with a citation to give credit to the source. (See Rubric) Speaker notes are not required on the Title or Reference Slide. Microsoft Support has some great instructions and a video on how to create speaker notes for PowerPoint. Includevideos audio photos diagrams or graphs as appropriate.

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A desperate employee calls because she has accidentally deleted crucial files fr

A desperate employee calls because she has accidentally deleted crucial files from her hard drive and cant retrieve them from the Recycle Bin. What are your options? Explain your capabilities and list questions that you need to ask about her system.

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A controversial issue is one which results in dispute and disagreement due to a

A controversial issue is one which results in dispute and disagreement due to a difference of opinion much like the issues you will do each week for homework. The difference is you will choose a topic that you are interested in. You must submit a scenario or topic and defend your selection. Expectations for the Midterm AND Final paper topics areto be approved in advance: 1) Decide on a Social Issue. The midterm and final MUST be different issues. 2) Ask a question you aim to introduce explain explore analyze conclude and create a call-to-action plan. 3) Identify and state the clashing views to be discussed. 4) Identify and provide 3-5 primary sources per view for citation. 5) Identify and provide bulleted targeted points of discussion to analyze per clashing view. 6) Other things to consider that were not discussed or discussed thoroughly that is expected to be influential inthe critical thinking section. Can be bullet points. 7) Create a Call-to-action Plan to determine how to solve the questions posed.