[SOLVED] Recommendations for Rehabilitation

Journal: Recommendations for RehabilitationWatch the video An Insider’s Plan for Rehabilitating the Juvenile Justice System, Jeff Wallace and use the case chosen from the PBS cases Four Kids, Four Crimes in Week 7’s discussion to address the following:Discuss how you believe Wallace’s recommendations could have helped rehabilitate the juvenile featured before they were sentenced as an adult.160-200 wordsAssignment 2.) Discussion WK_8For this discussion: 1-1/2 pageResearch and examine at least one juvenile diversion program in a state of your choice. Address the following in your post:What is the purpose of a juvenile diversion program?What offenses are eligible for the program in the state you selected?Assignment 3.) Journal WK_9Journal: The Corrections SystemPlease respond to the following: 1-1/2 pageHow will issues in the corrections system affect you as a criminal justice professional?Which aspects of the corrections system will be most important for you to be knowledgeable of when interacting with other agencies, colleagues, or citizensAssignment 4.)Juvenile Versus Adult Court System1-page OverviewIn this assignment, you will choose a criminal case study from your own research or use one from the crime section of The Daily Chronicle website to examine the differences between the juvenile and adult court systems. You will read and summarize a case involving an adult. Then you will consider how this case would unfold differently had a juvenile committed the crime.InstructionsRead the case information and write a 2–1/2 page paper in which you:Summarize the facts of the case.Examine how the procedure would differ if the defendant or defendants were underage when the offense was committed.Identify and discuss how juvenile proceedings differ from adult criminal proceedings as well as the differences in charges for the same crime.Define the waiver process of transferring a juvenile into the adult court system.Make and support recommendations for disposition based on the assumption that each defendant in your selected case is a minor being tried as a juvenile.Use at least three sources to support your writing. Choose sources that are credible, relevant, and appropriate. Cite each source listed on your source page at least one time within your assignment. For help with research, writing, and citation, access the library or review library guides. Note: Wikipedia and similar websites do not qualify as academic resources.This course requires the use of Strayer Writing Standards. For assistance and information, please refer to the Strayer Writing Standards link in the left-hand menu of your course. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.The specific course learning outcome associated with this assignment is:

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[SOLVED] A Crime Life

Topic: Reentry: Saving Offenders From a Crime LifeIn this assignment you will apply the readings and presentations in the Reading & Study in a meaningful way to clarify your understanding of the correctional system.Describe the nature and discovery of the problem of reentry. Why are these components important for reentry programs and their implementation? What considerations need to be understood to relate re-entry as a public-policy concern?NOTE: Initial post must consist of a 1000 words only, this does not include references.Submit your thread by 11:59 a.m. on Wednesday of June 30, 2021.

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[SOLVED] Forensic Toxicology

H????????????????????ow the Evidence Changed Everything Role-Play [WLOs: 1, 2, 3, 4] [CLOs: 2, 3, 4, 5] Forensic scientists perform the technical work of analyzing and interpreting the different types of evidence from a crime scene using scientific equipment in a laboratory to guide the investigation, allow detectives to effectively narrow their work, and ultimately hold offenders accountable. Prior to beginning work on this discussion presentation, please review the following:• From the text: o Chapter 5: Forensic Toxicology (ATTACHED) o Chapter10: Blood and Other Biological Fluids (ATTACHED) o Chapter 11: DNA Analysis (ATTACHED) • The articles: o Surrogate Testimony After Williams: A New Answer to the Question of Who May Testify Regarding the Contents of a Laboratory Report o Retrieved from https://ilj.law.indiana.edu/ o o What Happens If Autopsy Reports Are Found Testimonial?: The Next Steps to Ensure the Admissibility of These Critical Documents in Criminal Trials o https://weassistessays.com/essayquestions/ https://scholarlycommons.law.northwestern.edu/jclc/ o oTo Analyse a Trace or Not? Evaluating the Decision-Making Process in the Criminal Investigation ? o o Examining the Role of Science in the Courtroom: Admissibility and Reliability of Forensic Science in the Courtroom o o o Testing the Testimonial Doctrine: The impact of Melendez-Diaz v. Massachusetts on State-level Criminal Prosecutions an Procedure o • The e-book Forensic Science Evidence: Can the Law Keep up with Science? ? (ATTACHED) • From the video Forensic Science in Action: From Crime Scene to Courtroom : (ATTACHED) Segment 6. Forensics:Examination of the Victim 03:25 You are also strongly encouraged to review the recommended sources, which may further support this discussion forum. As an intern at a Forensic Crime Scene Response Unit (CSRU) and as part of your duties, the unit manager occasionally asks you to develop presentations. This week the local chapter of the American Bar Association has requested a presentation for their quarterly professional development luncheon. https://convenienthomeworkhelpers.com/blog/ You will develop a short presentation about the evolution of and impact the scientific analysis of evidence has had on both criminal investigations and at trials.You must address admissibility issues resulting from case law such as: Frye v. United States (1923) (ATTACHED) Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (1993) (ATTACHED) Melendez-Diaz v. Massachusetts (2009) (ATTACHED) Crawford v. Washington (2004) (ATTACHED) PowerPoint or ????????????????????any other presentation software may be used, especially in creating a visual presentation of your research design, but you must narrate your presentation and thus record it. You are not required to appear on camera but may choose to do so if you please. Write speaker’s notes as a script at the bottom of each slide to enable smooth narration.Narration is required. To include narration, you will need to record your presentation using Screencast-O-Matic or similar software and share a link with others. For more details about, Screencast-O-Matic refer to the Screencast-O-Matic Quick-Start Guide (Links to an external site.). You will need either a laptop’s built-in microphone or an external microphone headset to record your voice. The following presentation resources are available in the Writing Center for you to use: • How to Make a PowerPoint Presentation (Links to an external site.) • Presentation Tips (Links to an external site.) The file for the presentation should be attached or embedded in your post for your peers to review, and be sure to link your screencast recording.The class has been separated into five topics. You will be assigned a topic by your last name to complete this presentation. The breakdown is as follows if your last name begins with the corresponding letter: • H through L: Nonbiological trace evidence Your presentation must address the following elements: PLEASE ENSURE THERE ARE NOTES UNDER EACH SLIDE EXCEPT THE TITLE AND REFERENCE PAGE • Describe the history of the scientific processes used for your category of evidence. • • Describe how the science in your area has evolved. • • Explain the current standard for analysis included in this category. • • Identify any shifts in how the evidence or science is perceived. •• Explain how the results might be used in a criminal investigation. • • Explain how the results might be used at trial. • • Identify any challenges to having the evidence admitted at trial, specifically focusing on case law that has established standards for scientific analysis and admitting the evidence at trial. Your presentation should have a minimum of five content slides (excluding cover and reference slides) and be at least three minutes long. Support your presentation with examples from this week’s required material(s) and/or other scholarly resources and properly cite any references either in the text, on bullet points, or in the notes section.You must use at least one scholarly or credible, professional resource to support your presentation. The presentation must include a cover slide, and a references slide for???????????????????? sources cited in the body of the presentation.

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[SOLVED] Territory and Selling Drugs

Prior to beginning your written assignment, read the Excessive Bail (Links to an external site.) article and review all previous weeks’ materials concerning the 4th Amendment, due process, the right to remain silent, the right to counsel, cruel and unusual punishment and capital punishment.In the state of Denial, the Capital City Police have been watching gang activity between two local gangs, the Drips and the Scruds. The Scruds are mad at the Drips because they believe that the Drips have been encroaching on the Scruds’ territory and selling drugs in the Scruds’ neighborhood. Members of the gangs take the first letter of the gang’s affiliation for their “gang name.” For example, the leader of the Drips is assumed the name Dripster, while the leader of the Scrips took on the name Stupido. Officers Do-Right and Justice have been assigned to the case and have been following members of both gangs closely over the past several weeks.Dripster (the leader of the Drips) has been driving around in a Black Chevrolet Blazer that is registered to his girlfriend. Do-Right and Justice have placed a tracking device on the vehicle so that they can follow the gang leader at a safe distance without him noticing them. Using the tracking device, they have followed him to a party being held at a house owned by the girlfriend of a fellow Drip, Dufus.The officers decide to use a new device that they have obtained from the police department called the Bloodhound, which can sniff out certain smells from a distance. Using the Bloodhound, the officers have determined that inside the house are the following substances: marijuana, creatine (which is commonly used to cut cocaine), and lye (which can be used in making methamphetamine). Based upon the information they have obtained from the Bloodhound, they call a magistrate and obtain a search warrant for Dufus’ house.After backup arrives, Officers Do-Right and Justice lead the way to the house, where they break through the front door of the house without first knocking and announcing their presence. Inside the house, they find Dripster sitting at the kitchen table in front of a scale and a white powdery substance, which is later determined to be to be cocaine. They also find Dufus in a back room surrounded by boxes of electronics and a pile of cash that they later determine to be $50,000. With Dufus are two low-level Drips, Dummy and Duncecap, who are armed with automatic assault rifles and loaded handguns.When the officers rush into the room where Dufus, Dummy, and Duncecap are, Duncecap immediately throws up his hands and tells the officers, “I’ll tell you everything I know! Just don’t arrest me!” Dufus turns to his accomplices and says, “If either of you says a word, you are dead meat.” Duncecap immediately stops talking and claims he “doesn’t know anything about anything.”As Do-Right is escorting Dripster to his cruiser after he has arrested him, a carload of Scruds drives by slowly. The Scruds’ leader, Stupido, leans out of his window and yells to Dripster, “I told you to keep your business off our turf!” Dripster, thinking Stupido is the reason that the cops raided the house, grabs Do-Right’s gun and opens fire towards Stupido’s car. Dripster misses Stupido and his car, but he shoots and injures a 12-year-old girl, Innocent, who is watching the arrests in her front yard across the street. Innocent survives but is paralyzed. At the same time, Stupido, realizing that Dripster is shooting at him, grabs his own weapon from the car and shoots at his arch-enemy but misses him.

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[SOLVED] Congressional Medal of Honor

Translate the following syllogistic arguments into standard form, and test their validity by using the syllogistic rules set forth in Chapter 6.Example ProblemSome preachers are persons of unfailing vigor. No preachers are nonintellectuals. Therefore some intellectuals are persons of unfailing vigorExample SolutionThis argument may be translated into: Some preachers are persons of unfailing vigor. (Some P is V.) All preachers are intellectuals. (By obversion: All P is I.) Therefore some intellectuals are persons of unfailing vigor. (Some I is V.) Explain whether the syllogism is valid using the 6 rules (6.4) and mood (6.5).PROBLEMS2. Some metals are rare and costly substances, but no welder’s materials are nonmetals; hence some welder’s materials are rare and costly substances.3. Some Asian nations were nonbelligerents, because all belligerents were allies either of Germany or Britain, and some Asian nations were not allies of either Germany or Britain.4. Some nondrinkers are athletes, because no drinkers are persons in perfect physical condition, and some people in perfect physical condition are not nonathletes.5. All things inflammable are unsafe things, so all things that are safe are nonexplosives, because all explosives are flammable things.6. All worldly goods are changeable things, for no worldly goods are things immaterial, and no material things are unchangeable things.7. All those who are neither members nor guests of members are those who are excluded; therefore no nonconformists are either members or guests of members, for all those who are included are conformists.8. All mortals are imperfect beings, and no humans are immortals, whence it follows that all perfect beings are nonhumans.9. All things present are nonirritants; therefore no irritants are invisible objects, because all visible objects are absent things.10. All useful things are objects no more than six feet long, because all difficult things to store are useless things, and no objects over six feet long are easy things to store.

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[SOLVED] Social Control Theory

Associations of Parenting Dimensions and Styles With Externalizing Problems of Children and Adolescents: An Updated Meta-AnalysisMartin Pinquart Philipps UniversityThe present meta-analysis integrates research from 1,435 studies on associations of parenting dimensions and styles with externalizing symptoms in children and adolescents. Parental warmth, behavioral control, autonomy granting, and an authoritative parenting style showed very small to small negative concurrent and longitudinal associations with externalizing problems. In contrast, harsh control, psychological control, authoritarian, permissive, and neglectful parenting were associated with higher levels of externalizing problems. The strongest associations were observed for harsh control and psychological control. Parental warmth, behavioral control, harsh control, psychological control, autonomy granting, authoritative, and permissive parenting predicted change in externalizing problems over time, with associations of externalizing problems with warmth, behavioral control, harsh control, psychological control, and authoritative parenting being bidirectional. Moderating effects of sampling, child’s age, form of externalizing problems, rater of parenting and externalizing problems, quality of measures, and publication status were identified. Implications for future research and practice are discussed.Keywords: parenting, aggression, antisocial behavior, delinquency, externalizing behavior problems

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[SOLVED] State of Residence

Based upon research of your state of residence or home state compare current training and selection criteria against criteria covered in the ASIS guide. What are the shortcomings and what recommendations would you suggest.

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[SOLVED] The Juvenile Justice System

Due Date: 11:59 pm EST, Sunday of Unit 2 Points: 100 Overview: Police are the first point of contact juveniles have with the Juvenile Justice System. A positive interaction between the groups is one factor that helps to keep juveniles out of handcuffs. The most significant sanction an officer might impose on a juvenile in a positive interaction would be a verbal warning; however, strained relations based on miscommunication and preconceived notions could land one or more juveniles in handcuffs and on their way to jail. Positive communication; therefore, is key to this relationship. In this assignment, you will discuss police and juvenile interactions. Instructions: You are part of the taskforce assigned to the “Effective Police Interactions with Youth” project. The taskforce (you) is asked to explore and answer the following questions:• What role should police organizations play in delinquency prevention and control?• What training and education should police officers have to improve police – juvenile interactions?• Propose five (5) ways to improve police and juvenile interactions.Requirements:• Submit a Word document in APA format. • Maximum three pages in length, excluding the Title and Reference pages. • At least two resources.Be sure to read the criteria below by which your work will be evaluated before you write and again after you write.– Juvenile JusticeImproving Police Interactions and Juvenile InteractionsEvaluation Rubric for Improving Police Interactions and Juvenile Interactions AssignmentCRITERIA Deficient Needs ImprovementProficient Exemplary0 – 38 points 39 – 51 points 52 – 64 points 65 points Content Does not coverthe assigned topic; assertions are not supported by evidence; paper is seriously lacking in content and detail.Does not do an adequate job of covering the assigned topic; assertions are weakly supported by evidence.Sufficient coverage of the topics; most assertions are supported by evidence.Provides in- depth coverage of the topics, assertions are clearly supported by evidence.0 – 5 points 6 – 7 points 8 – 9 points 10 points Resources 0 resources 1 resource 2 resources More than 2resourcesPaper Length More than 3 pagesn/a n/a 3 pages or less0 – 8 points 9 – 11 points 12 – 14 points 15 points Clear and Professional Writing and APA FormatErrors impede professional presentation; guidelines not followed.Significant erro rs that do not impede professional presentation.Few errors that do not impede professional presentation.Writing and format are clear, professional, APA compliant, and error free.Overview:Instructions:Requirements:Evaluation Rubric for Improving Police Interactions and Juvenile Interactions Assignment

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[SOLVED] The Crime Laboratory

Visit the FBI website and search for the crime laboratory. What services are provided to law enforcement by the lab?2) Pick one of the FBI services provided and create a request for analysis of specific evidence collected at a fictional crime scene. What testing would you request the FBI lab to do for your case?3) Review the 2-part “body farm” video on the same FBI lab website and discuss what you found to be interesting.FBI — FBI Trains at Body Farm, Part 1 ( https://archives.fbi.gov/archives/news/stories/2009/july/fbi-trains-at-body-farm-part-1 )FBI — FBI Trains at Body Farm, Part 2 ( https://archives.fbi.gov/archives/news/stories/2009/july/fbi-trains-at-body-farm-part-2 )

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[SOLVED] The Natural Lottery

Some versions of justice must assume starting from a “level playing field”, or they will merely reinforce existing injustices. Define and give examples of the Natural Lottery and Social Lottery, and briefly explain how they relate to distributive justice.

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