Instructions In this course, we examined issues experienced by adults and juveniles in the correctional system. For this assignment, you will put yourself in the shoes of a faculty member in a correctional course. You must teach your undergraduate college students about corrections to include the issues experienced by adults and juveniles. To teach this… Continue reading A discussion of at least one potential obstacle that contributes to the challenge discussed in section 3a, and
The Fourth Amendment protects individuals against unreasonable searches of their property and persons. It also prevents law enforcement from making unlawful arrests/seizures. It requires that all searches be reasonable. This discussion asks you to examine the requirements for a search warrant and the exceptions to needing a warrant. Please thoroughly discuss each of the following:… Continue reading Discuss the various exceptions to the search warrant requirement.
Quantitative Data Assignment Access the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report Website: https://www.fbi.gov/services/cjis/ucr (Links to an external site.) Select FBI’s Crime Data Explorer link Initial Post: Due 9/22 Part A. Scroll to the middle of the page with the map of the U.S. labeled “Explore by Location and Dataset”; hit “Go” for “All Data Collections in the… Continue reading If you had to have a quantitative component to your research project, what kind of quantitative data/information would you prefer to have?
The Fifth Amendment protect individuals against self- incrimination. The Sixth Amendment affords individuals protections in the criminal process. This discussion asks you to examine the rights afforded to individuals under the Fifth and Sixth Amendment. Please thoroughly discuss each of the following: Discuss the difference between an arrest and a custodial interrogation. When must Miranda… Continue reading When must miranda be given to an individual?
The INTRODUCTION should: a. Introduce the topic b. Give background information regarding your topic c. Explain why you are taking the position you are d. Briefly offer evidence supporting your position (as needed) e. Assert your THESIS SENTENCE Your THESIS SENTENCE will a. Make a claim: It is a SHOULD statement b. Clearly state the… Continue reading Include at least 2 counterpoints and their rebuttals
a. (rebuttal=prove the counterpoint wrong or incorrect through
Submit a concept paper in which student provides an “Introduction to the Problem” for the focus of their capstone project, including a brief discussion of the working theoretical framework and discussion of one or two key pieces of relevant research. An “Introduction to the Problem” is a summary of the topic/issue to be addressed in… Continue reading Write formally; do not use first person.
Submit a concept paper in which student provides an “Introduction to the Problem” for the focus of their capstone project, including a brief discussion of the working theoretical framework and discussion of one or two key pieces of relevant research. An “Introduction to the Problem” is a summary of the topic/issue to be addressed in… Continue reading You should have at least one research question you are looking to address.
Instructions Topic- Overcrowding in Correctional Facilities: prepare an outline as well as an annotated bibliography of at least three sources that could be used in your final research paper. The outline should include the following elements: thesis statement, annotated bibliography, major points that support a thesis, and supporting points for major points. The references should… Continue reading Supporting points for major points.
You are a police officer who has been selected to participate in a public relations task force to address a growing problem: the negative public perception of the police. The media has been tough on departments around the city, and the police chief wants to address the issue head on. You just completed the first… Continue reading Create an 6- to 10-slide microsoft® powerpoint® presentation in which you:
Describe a time you used rhetoric or it was used on you. In your description, include details about the tactics or rhetorical devices (i.e., ethos, pathos, hyperbole) used. Define logical argument in comparison to rhetoric. Is rhetoric always bad? Why, or why not?