Review the video of a missing person call for service. Document what you believe is important in a word document that will act as your notebook in the field. After you document your notes, type out your incident report in the discussion post, and upload your “notes” in a word document. Remember, your report must… Continue reading After you document your notes, type out your incident report in the discussion post, and upload your “notes” in a word document.
Research and find a video that shows an interview taking police between a police officer/detective and a suspect/witness. After reviewing the video, respond to the following questions: What are your thoughts on the suspect’s demeanor and answers? How about the interviewer? What led to information being divulged; what led to the interviewee refusing to give… Continue reading Anything used to make the interviewee more comfortable to aid the investigator?
To write the media critique for this course, you must: < <1. Select one or more of the specifical theories covered in week 3 (i.e., liberal feminist theory, Marxist/socialist feminist theory, radical feminist theory, multiracial/multiethnic feminisms, masculinity theory, queer theory, liberation hypothesis, power and control theory, etc.). <2. Choose a movie, television show, or television… Continue reading Select one or more of the specifical theories covered in week 3 (i.e., liberal feminist theory, marxist/socialist feminist theory, radical feminist theory, multiracial/multiethnic feminisms, masculinity theory, queer theory, liberation hypothesis, power and control theory, etc.).
Background < <You are a member of the Crime Scene Response Unit (CSRU) at Metro City Police Department. The unit manager just assembled the team for a briefing about a callout and has assigned you as lead on this scene, making you responsible for documenting the appropriate procedures for protecting the crime scene; how to… Continue reading Use relevant examples from the virtual crime scene and a minimum of 10 scholarly and/or credible resources, which may include resources previously used to support your work in weeks 2 through 4.
watch the video and answer the question <I do the cover page < <1: Summary of the case <2: What type of forensic science (gun, fingerprint, DNA, document analysis) used to solve the case <3: Forensic explanation how the case was solved <4: describe criminal charges filed < <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=56lH5C2Pu7g
Adj 105( Criminal Justice) < <My Nova Login <https://www.nvcc.edu/academic-tools/ < <Username: Sr26500 <Password: Nova2022# < Open Canvas, Go to Courses , Open Adj 105. In assignment section You find these . I am attaching pictures of the work as well. < <You might need a Verification Code for access which I will get on my… Continue reading <username: sr26500
1. Describe what Community Policing is and how it came to be. (Consider history of policing, building relationships and problem-solving principles, three eras of policing, etc.) < <2. Why is Community Policing important? < <3. Give at least 3 examples of Community policing initiatives and describe them. (Programs that Departments use for outreach, information sharing… Continue reading 1. Describe what Community Policing is and how it came to be. (Consider history
Please view the following video: < <https://sk-sagepub-com.csuglobal.idm.oclc.org/video/policing-cybercrime-the-challenges-part-1?seq=5?fromsearch=true < < < <This video will review social networks and cybercrime in the social behavioral perspective. Apply criminological theories discussed throughout the course to apply an explanation for cybercrime and explain deterrent factors that may be incorporated based on these theories. Bring in complications towards prosecuting cyber-crime internationally.
Scenario: You are a police officer who responded to a theft scene, during which time you located the suspect down the road. You found that the suspect broke into the Family Dollar store and stole over three hundred dollars in cigarettes and other miscellaneous items through your investigation. The entry point was through the front… Continue reading Scenario: You are a police officer who responded to a theft scene, during which
Life Experience/Career Elevator Speech <Dave Kahle describes an “elevator speech” as the following: “That experience made me realize the need for what I call a “value-added proposition,” and what many people refer to as an “elevator speech.” It is a well thought out, meticulously prepared, and memorized set of ideas that ultimately answer the question… Continue reading Life Experience/Career Elevator Speech
Dave Kahle describes an “elevator sp