There are different methods of forging signatures. Discuss one of those methods

There are different methods of forging signatures. Discuss one of those methods (freehand simulation, tracing, normal hand forgery, etc.) and give it a try using a famous signature/autograph or one from a family member or friend. How did you do? Do you see differences in the signature characteristics? 

compare and contrast the role and function of the federal court system with the

compare and contrast the role and function of the federal court system with the individual state court systems. As part of your discussion consider both the administrative operations of the courts, as well as the public facing (court hearing) aspects. Conclude your response by stating whether or not you believe one court system is more effective than the other and briefly defend your position. 
500 word minimum need and references needed

Investigators’ roles are largely complete when they hand an investigation over t

Investigators’ roles are largely complete when they hand an investigation over to the District Attorney’s office. Investigators may be called on, however, to help prepare evidence to be presented at trial and to testify about the investigation. 
In this assignment, you will outline how investigative procedures support the use of evidence in court proceedings and the trial preparation for a criminal prosecution.
Create a table detailing information for each of the following phases of an investigation:
The Initial Crime Scene.
Describe the steps in processing the initial crime scene.
Describe the responsibilities and priorities for investigators.
Describe the steps in documenting the crime scene.
What are the investigator’s legal obligations at this phase?
What are pitfalls to avoid at this phase?
The Investigation.
Examine procedures and best practices for gathering information.
Examine procedures and best practices for conducting witness interviews.
What are the investigator’s legal obligations at this phase?
What are pitfalls to avoid at this phase?
Apprehend Suspects.
Analyze strategies for identifying suspects.
Analyze strategies for locating and apprehending suspects.
Analyze strategies for conducting the interrogation.
What are the investigator’s legal obligations at this phase?
What are pitfalls to avoid at this phase?
The Final Report.
Describe parts of the final report.
Analyze procedures for assembling and organizing the final report.
Analyze procedures for presenting the case to prosecutors.
What are the investigator’s legal obligations at this phase?
What are pitfalls to avoid at this phase?
Prepare for Prosecution.
Describe the investigator’s role in preparing evidence for presentation.
Describe the investigator’s role in preparing for trial testimony.
You may use the The Big Stage! Template [DOCX] to complete this assignment. Remember to update the header with your name, the assignment date, and your professor’s name.
Your assignment will be evaluated using the following criteria:
Describe the steps of processing a crime scene along with the responsibilities and priorities of first responders.
Examine procedures and best practices for gathering information and conducting witness interviews.
Analyze strategies and techniques for identifying, locating, apprehending, and interrogating suspects.
Analyze procedures for assembling and organizing the final report, and presenting it to prosecutors.
Describe the investigator’s role in preparing for, and testifying at, a trial.
Cite three references.
Clarity, writing mechanics, and formatting requirements

In the comparison of footwear and tire track evidence, the size of the impressio

In the comparison of footwear and tire track evidence, the size of the impression and the elements within the impression is extremely important. What are some techniques that crime scene technicians can use to document and collect footwear and tire track evidence at a crime scene? 

After reading the Johnny Jone case study, what questions might you ask him?  Wou

After reading the Johnny Jone case study, what questions might you ask him?  Would you release him on parole based on the responses to your questions?  Indicate what type of response you would be looking for from him.  Also, indicate if you were to release him what conditions might you impose as a result of his release.  Lastly what issues might you feel that Johnny Jones will face as part of the reentry process?  

Students will write a research paper about a topic in Police Management that is

Students will write a research paper about a topic in Police Management that is of interest to them. Examples of past selections are Police Administration conforming to new guidelines; Eliminating Bias in policing; Creating Public Outreach Programs; Best Practices in Police Services; etc. The paper will be in APA format and contain an introduction explaining your topic and what you seek to accomplish, the body of the research with your thesis statement and the steps toward achievement, and a conclusion with a summary bringing everything together.  The paper must contain in-text citations from at least three sources.  One source must be the textbook the others are your choice.  Your topic must be pre- approved by the instructor so formulate a hypothesis you wish to explore and submit via email. Topics must be selected and approved by Professor Forde no later than week 3. Papers are due on or before Week 13. Late papers will be subjected to a penalty of -10 points every day after the due date. 

Why are these courses important? CJE3001 (  Careers in Criminal Justice ), CJC30

Why are these courses important? CJE3001 (  Careers in Criminal Justice ), CJC3010 ( Corrections and Penology), AND CCJ3014 ( Crime in America ) Explain Each. 
Also Include, Other Area of Focus can be Study Abroad and Internships, Leadership, Research (note this is not your research paper for a course; rather it is an ongoing project with a mentor who can be your professor or supervisor at work; include if there were any presentations or publications of that research).  
what are your hobbies outside of school? Share 3 hobbies and why you enjoy that hobby?
what are your goals after college in criminal justice? 
what do Leadership, Decision making, and public speaking means in your own words?
what is your interest? 

Youth.gov (n.d.) reported that a recent study indicates that nearly two million

Youth.gov (n.d.) reported that a recent study indicates that nearly two million juveniles are processed through juvenile courts across the United States each year. Depending on the nature of the crime, juveniles may face detention if they are adjudicated delinquent. Given that the aim of the juvenile justice system is to rehabilitate, and many courts are reluctant to detain criminal offenders, judges often consider alternatives to detention. Such alternatives save taxpayer dollars while ensuring offender accountability and imposing sanctions for criminal behavior.If you work in the field of juvenile justice, an awareness of the differences between the juvenile and adult systems and the use of correct terminology are critically important. In this assignment, you will examine the differences between the juvenile and adult system and alternatives to detention for juveniles.
Instructions
Write a 2–3 page paper in which you:
Explain, using original paraphrasing, three differences between the juvenile justice system and the adult criminal justice system.
Describe three alternatives to detention that juvenile courts currently use, with examples of such alternatives in practice.
Discuss clearly and succinctly the individual benefits of imposing sanctions or punishments that do not involve removing a juvenile offender from their family or community.
Support your writing with at least three credible, relevant, and appropriate sources.
Cite each source on your source list at least once within your assignment.
Format your citations in accordance with Strayer Writing Standards.
Reference
Youth.gov. No date. Youth Involved With the Juvenile Justice System. https://youth.gov/youth-topics/juvenile-justice/youth-involved-juvenile-justice-system 

Youtube: https://youtu.be/OpQuyW_hISA Make sure to include citations and referen

Youtube: https://youtu.be/OpQuyW_hISA
Make sure to include citations and references in proper APA format. 
Define and describe the similarities and differences between offline and online forms of bullying. What are the dangers of these types of behaviors and how do we prevent them from happening again? Remember to use original research in your initial post. 

Please visit the National Registry of Exonerations, and search under “Browse Cas

Please visit the National Registry of Exonerations, and search under “Browse Cases” at http://www.law.umich.edu/special/exoneration/Pages/detaillist.aspx (Links to an external site.).  Select three cases at random.  For my cases select cases one case that is in California, one case that is in New York and one case that is Alabama. The goal is to select cases from different jurisdictions, time periods, underlying convictions, etc. and to apply the knowledge that you gained throughout the semester to actual exonerations.
For each case, first answer Parts I and II.  When you are done, please answer Part III. So the paper should be set up like this: Case #1 answer part 1 and 2, case #2 answer part 1 and 2, and case number 3 answer part 1 and 2. Then after that answer part 3 for all of the cases. 
Part I.  Answer the following questions based on the National Registry of Exonerations. 
What is the name of the exoneree?
Where and when was he or she convicted?
What was the underlying crime for which he was convicted? Briefly describe the offense and any details about the crime that are of interest.
What was his or her original sentence?
What was his or her race? Ethnicity? Gender?
How many years did he or she serve in prison before he or she was exonerated?
As identified on the NRE site, what were the causes of the wrongful conviction? Discuss.
If available, how was he or she exonerated? Was an Innocence Project involved? 
Part II.  Are your exonerees eligible for compensation by state statute? You should be able to find the answer in the article you read about the case. But if not, to find out more, go to the Innocence Project website at https://www.innocenceproject.org/compensating-wrongly-convicted/.  (Links to an external site.) There is a chart you can click on for information about state compensation statutes.
If your exoneree is in a jurisdiction that provides compensation, what is the minimum and maximum that the exoneree may receive? What are some of the limitations with the compensation statute?
Part III. 
Consider the similarities and differences between the selected cases.  What was most interesting or surprising to you?
How did your findings relate to what you learned in our Wrongful Convictions class?
In what way, if any, has this class impacted your perspective on the criminal justice system?
I attached PowerPoints from my class that you can use to answer part 3.
This is due on Monday November 29th, 2021 at 3:00 p.m eastern New York time