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11 Jan 2017

American police history

Essay - 1 pages - Criminal law

In the foggy streets of London in 1829 a ruling made by British Parliament would change the system of policing around the world drastically and forever. This ruling was based upon the ideas of a man named Robert Peel, and these ideas are still the major basis for police in America today.

13 May 2015

Managerial Economics: Welfare Corporate Social Responsibility

Case study - 5 pages - Criminal law

Free market theory was a dominant theme of the 1780s propagated by economists such as Adam Smith. Amongst other things was its exclusive resolve that there should be minimal government involvement in the business of the economy if any at all. It was the era of the industrialization concerned with...

10 Apr 2015

Where Prosecutions Go erroneous - Crime and Punishment

Case study - 3 pages - Criminal law

The main mandate of the justice system is to investigate, make arrests, gather evidence, bring charges forward, conduct trials, render a sentence and carry out a punishment. The judicial system is therefore trusted to make the right judgments and to give punishments only to those who...

24 Mar 2015

Strategic problems facing Human Resource Managers (HRM) operating in multi-national companies (MNC)

Essay - 7 pages - Criminal law

A multi-national company is a company that has been formed to operate across known international physical boundaries (Cooke, 2003). These companies are often located to other international countries apart from the parent country in which it was originally founded. These multinational...

18 Mar 2015

Why the Saudi Government Implemented Banning Exports of Cement?

Case study - 6 pages - Criminal law

In 2009, the ban was partially lifted following an upsurge in demand in the Middle Eastern countries. Other factor was the continued fall in country's GDP growth rate projections for the past 2 years forcing the adjustment on foreign trade policies to boost the balance of payments. The outlaw has...

12 Feb 2015

Fire and Security Monitoring System - Process Architectural Design

Case study - 6 pages - Criminal law

The fire and security monitoring system is meant to manage, and to monitor the fire security alarms in a building. In order to best understand how this system works, it is only prudent to define its design both in terms of the software and the hardware components that it is made up of; we have to...

13 Nov 2014

Islamic finance and its come back after the last economic crash

Case study - 4 pages - Criminal law

The economic crash took place between 2007 and 2008. It originated from the United States. It is the worst economic crisis that has ever hit the world up to today. It has become a global issue, hitting economies in all countries. It has led to the fall or decline in the economies, markets and...

10 Nov 2014

Punishment vs Rehabilitation for Criminals

Case study - 25 pages - Criminal law

In history, the citizen safety holds a fundamental priority in successive governments'policies protecting the basic human rights. Naturally, everyone is expected to respect the right calling for human safety at all places; walking along the street, relaxing at home or in public gatherings. For...

05 Nov 2014

Criminal Evidence and Procedure- if judge decides to exclude the evidence can the prosecution introduce it at the trial?

Case study - 3 pages - Criminal law

The evidence falls under the Exclusionary Rule, which prevents the prosecutor from relying on evidence gathered through means that violate the Constitution. There was no search warrant in getting the evidence and it resulted in illegal search and seizure which is against the dictates in the...

22 May 2014

Punishment Theories

Case study - 7 pages - Criminal law

When discussing reasons for punishment, one will find there are four main theories on which these reasons are based - retribution, which looks to the past and deterrence, incapacitation and rehabilitation which are concerned with the future and are often thought of as utilitarian. These...

13 Jan 2014

Purpose of Criminal Law

Case study - 2 pages - Criminal law

Criminal law seeks to protect the public from harm by inflicting punishment upon those who have already done harm and by threatening with punishment those who are tempted to do harm. Most people accept that there are consequences for criminal conduct. The consequences are generally unpleasant and...

13 Jan 2014

America's changing workforce

Essay - 1 pages - Criminal law

The workforce in America is growing older. Many workers are approaching the standard retirement age and if they retire as scheduled, there will be a shortage of workers available to meet the demands of today's businesses. To make sure they have adequate personnel, American businesses have to take...

27 Dec 2013

Clearance Rate within Community Policing

Case study - 2 pages - Criminal law

There is an encouraging trend within the criminal justice system that raises acknowledgement and praises with regard to how law enforcement carries out its roles in our society. Community policing has many aspects and the encouraging trend is seen from the narrowed gap in the relation to arrest...

27 Dec 2013

Advances in Law Enforcement Technology

Case study - 2 pages - Criminal law

The advantages of stun guns and patrol car video surveillance are critical, advanced tools in law enforcement. Officers are given the option of Tasers, which are extremely effective when pursuing an offender that might have had the upper hand to fight for a long time, resulting in the officer...

27 Dec 2013

The Effectiveness of America's Prisons

Case study - 5 pages - Criminal law

Crime has been a defining characteristic of modern America. It has claimed thousands of lives and has cost billions of dollars. The U.S. "correctional" population is at a record high. During the past two decades, the prison population has grown more rapidly than at any noted time in history. This...

18 Dec 2013

Controlling Organized Crime

Case study - 2 pages - Criminal law

Organized crime is defined as a group of individuals composed of numerous ethnicities and transnational groups who work and operate together, apart, or in combination with legitimate businesses and political entities. Organized crime has been a rising concern since at least the beginning of the...

18 Dec 2013

Adjusting to Terrorism: Situation and changes

Case study - 1 pages - Criminal law

The United States has developed new methods to combat terrorism attacks after the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center. As a result the Department of Homeland Security was established to help protect Americans against terrorism. Department of Homeland Security (n.d), “The...

05 Dec 2013

Corrections Trend

Case study - 3 pages - Criminal law

With the rise in the inmate population over the past decade brought changes with the types of punishment and has caused an increase in the demand of community-based sanctions. To help with prison overcrowding community-based programs were put in place. Deterioration continues to...

19 Nov 2013

Careers in Criminal Justice

Case study - 1 pages - Criminal law

Many things are taken in to consideration when getting your education toward the career of a correctional officer. A high school diploma or its equivalent is required in order to pursue this position. Along with that small piece of education, it is also recommended to consider a post secondary...

19 Nov 2013

Criminal Justice: Ethical and Critical Thinking

Case study - 7 pages - Criminal law

Criminal justice is a very fulfilling career field. In this field you will run into so many different types of people. Some, of which will show you the ropes, and others that will let you fall on your face. In this paper, you will read about the different authors who have been used in direct...

19 Nov 2013

Discretion and Hiding Truth

Case study - 1 pages - Criminal law

When dealing with a situation to where you have to dispute a sort of misunderstanding, you have to be very confident in the resolution. I would have to sit and think about the chain of command within the department. I would go and try to find the missing information. Emotionally I would...

10 Oct 2013

Criminal case

Case study - 2 pages - Criminal law

A criminal case is referred to as court proceedings involving a trial against an individual who has committed a crime against an individual or the government. This paper elucidates a criminal case through an illustration of a case. This case is between Wardens, Maryland penitentiary versus...

09 Jul 2013

Crime statistics in America and their impact on society

Case study - 2 pages - Criminal law

“Crime statistics” is a word heard on the news every day, but many American's don't know where they come from or what exactly that means. In this paper we will explain not only what this word means but also what it contains as well as the systems used to measure these statistics. Later...

09 Jul 2013

Correctional officer simulation and reaction

Case study - 2 pages - Criminal law

After reading the above simulation one must first take into account the contemporary problems in the American corrections system today. Many of the prisons themselves are old and in need of repair. This in turn causes great amounts of health and fire hazards for not only the inmates but also the...

09 Jul 2013

Case scenario analysis and reaction

Case study - 4 pages - Criminal law

In and out of court cases the prosecution has certain ethical guidelines and requirements they must follow as an officer of the court. Should they come into knowledge of a crime or breach in code of ethics the prosecutor is required to report these discrepancies to the court whether or not this...

09 Jul 2013

Counterterrorism theories and policy

Case study - 2 pages - Criminal law

There are many options when combating terrorism. This form of combating terrorism, or counterterrorism, includes options such as retaliation, preemption, negotiation, covert military operation, special operations, prosecution and punishment. In the case of prosecution and punishment one can find...

09 Jul 2013

Asset forfeiture in combating terrorism

Case study - 2 pages - Criminal law

Asset forfeiture is a wonderful tool in combatting terrorist financing. By causing those who provide funds for terrorist organizations to hand over their wealth to the US government in a criminal investigation or after sentencing, we are able to use the funds that would once be funneled into...

08 Jul 2013

Classification and imprisonment in the United States correctional system

Case study - 6 pages - Criminal law

Many people wonder who decides what offenders go into what prisons and why some of those prisons are labeled “maximum security” while others are simply “minimum security”. Is it based on a state, local or federal level or is it based on the percentage of felony to misdemeanor...

08 Jul 2013

Case history and their reasoning

Case study - 3 pages - Criminal law

•Facts: McDonnell, a prisoner, filed a class action suit against the state of Nebraska claiming that the disciplinary procedure was unconstitutional in both actions in general and revocation of good time off sentencing. The state courts ruled that the case did not meet the minimum...

08 Jul 2013

Goals of punishment and their applications in corrections

Case study - 3 pages - Criminal law

In punishment, as in all aspects of our world, there is always a goal to an action. For this topic there are not one but five different goals related to punishment and the correctional system of the U.S. and abroad. These goals have evolved over the centuries to fit the needs of society at the...

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