Discussion Questions: Part I: Describe the roles, limitations, and expectations

Discussion Questions:
Part I: Describe the roles, limitations, and expectations of intelligence in support of the homeland security enterprise? Think not only of the national level but state and local levels. Consider this from a legal and operational perspective.
Part II: Elaborate on how the roles of the U.S. intelligence community evolved since the end of the Cold War after the Berlin Wall fell in 1989 to the present? Focus on the ODNI era.
Do not include quotes in your posting since if you were in a class talking aloud, you likely would not be using direct quotes; instead, as necessary, paraphrase what you need to convey. You need to show me good critical thinking skills and not quotes written by others. Formulating your own thoughts from analyzing new information and studying established work is what we need for successful experts of the future. You must include at least one source per paragraph and thus include it in your reference section as best as you can (hint – not just a URL).

Identify and provide a summary of each step of the investigative process. Includ

Identify and provide a summary of each step of the investigative process.
Include at least two examples from real life or stories from the television and news from within the past three years to illustrate at least two of the steps. Note: Some popular television shows to consider include NCIS, The First 48, and Homicide Hunter.
Discuss the pros and cons of computer-aided investigations. Provide a rationale to support your response

Chapters 1 and 2 of your text discuss trends in crime over the past 3 decades an

Chapters 1 and 2 of your text discuss trends in crime over the past 3 decades and crime prevention through history. Chapter 3 begins by introducing the evaluation of crime prevention. Discuss the types of crime prevention evaluation your text outlines. Which of these methods has the most evidence supporting it?
The name of the book is Crime Prevention Approaches, Practices and Evaluations 10th Edition by Steven

Before the establishment of the juvenile justice system, the legal system treate

Before the establishment of the juvenile justice system, the legal system treated juveniles as adults and, in many instances, juvenile offenders received the same punishment as adults. However, at the dawn of the twentieth century, the Illinois Juvenile Court Act of 1899 started legislation that separated juveniles from the adult system. With that in mind, discuss why the juvenile justice system was
created and we treat juveniles different than adults? Why is this especially a concern when a juvenile has broken the law?

Assessment The final summative assignment for this Module comprises of you submi

Assessment The final summative assignment for this Module comprises of you submitting a written essay, which involves answering one of the questions outlined below within this folder. The essay will contribute 100% to the final mark for this Module and the word limit is 3,000 words, which includes all the content from the beginning of your introduction to the end of your conclusion. The only section of your assignment not included in the word count is your Reference List. Please note that penalties are imposed on work that exceeds the word limits. Question: ‘Situational Crime Prevention is an effective approach for preventing cybercrime within an organisation’. To what extent do you agree with this statement? Guidance From the outset of this assignment, you need to offer a clear outline of the Situational Crime Prevention (SCP) approach along with its theoretical underpinnings. As part of this discussion, you need to demonstrate how SCP can be applied to tackle cybercrime in an organisational setting. Furthermore, you may want to analyse some of the underlying theoretical tenets of SCP and how they apply to the virtual world, given that this crime prevention approach was not originally designed with cybercrime in mind. However, aim to not spend a significant amount of your word count doing this as it will result in your assignment being overly descriptive and failing to give enough attention to the crux of the essay question, which is outlined below. Subsequently, you will need to critically evaluate the effectiveness of SCP measures within an organisational context using existing academic literature which should involve considering the weaknesses, challenges and/or barriers to using these measures. As part of this evaluation, you may also want to compare the effectiveness of SCP measures to alternative approaches used to prevent cybercrime. Remember that you need to convey a clear argument and position in response to the essay question throughout your assignment, therefore it is important to think about how your focus and approach to the assignment contributes to the way in which you build and convey your argument. To achieve the above, you need to narrow your focus which can be achieved by focusing on a specific organisational sector, type(s) of cybercrime and/or specific measures. You should aim to clearly justify the way you have narrowed your focus to the reader. Similarly, you need to be clear about how you are viewing the term “effective” as this can be measured in many different ways, such as a decrease in cybercrime incidents, improved levels of awareness and response, cost efficiency to name a few. With all essay answers, please refer to the academic literature to support your points. Please also ensure that you engage in critical analysis in your essay, rather than just presenting information. This can be one of the most significant challenges students face but do use the module material on academic skills and interactions with your Personal Tutor and fellow students to assist with this. (Please see attached the referencing style system and the marking table rubric)

Assignment Details Who is to blame for criminal behavior: the individual or soci

Assignment Details Who is to blame for criminal behavior: the individual or society? James T. Johnson is a 24-year-old construction worker who lives at home with his mother. During the week, he goes to work on time, gets his work done, and comes home. Occasionally, he goes out with a group of coworkers on a Friday evening. However, James has a secret. He burglarizes homes and garages in neighboring communities and sells what he steals on the Internet or in pawnshops two counties over. This past weekend, he was arrested when he entered a home in which the home owner was present. James’s mother had to mortgage her home to bail him out of jail. While driving him home, she berated him, stating that he had ended up “just like his father, a criminal” and that she would probably end up dying early due to the stress of having a criminal son. James was angry and blurted out that it was her fault, that this was the only life he knew because his father never taught him anything worthwhile. He said that his mother and father fought all the time, and the main subject of their fights was his father’s drinking. Using the scenario above, address the following in 3–5 pages: – Do you think James learned his behavior from his father? Explain your reasoning. – Could there have been other contributing factors that would have a negative effect on James? – Do you think that if James had been removed from his home as a juvenile, he would not have become a burglar? – Are James’s statements to his mother about responsibility only being used to shift blame? Why or why not? -Using the provided resources, apply reaction formation theory to James’s situation. – How is the reaction formation theory related to strain theory? – How is this related to subculture perspective? Resources: https://www.ojp.gov/ncjrs/virtual-library/abstracts/social-process-theories-criminology-seventh-edition-p-220-253-2000 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWmdne1sJXw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFZ2pClBQuY

Refer to How courts work: https://www.americanbar.org/groups/public_education/re

Refer to How courts work: https://www.americanbar.org/groups/public_education/resources/law_related_education_network/how_courts_work/pleabargaining/
The ruling for State v. Stu Dents is in and the defendant, your law firm’s client, was found guilty. As a paralegal, your task now is to help the attorney consider the sentencing options for the client and determine what to propose to the court.
Read the Ruling on State v. Stu Dents. Use this information as the basis for your sentencing proposal.
Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word sentencing proposal in which you address the following:
Formulate 2 distinct sentencing arguments.
Identify the desired outcome of each punishment. Is a plea bargain a consideration? If so, what is that desired outcome?
Identify alternative and intermediate sanctions.
Explain how the Eighth Amendment influences the outcomes of this case.

Create a case study of an ethical dilemma involving communication in the correct

Create a case study of an ethical dilemma involving
communication in the correctional setting.
Create a 10 slide PowerPoint® presentation on the case study that includes the following:
Describe any
ethical dilemmas that are present.
Identify any
limitations in communication.
Describe how
you would ethically communicate with this offender’s family members
regarding this issue.

Research Paper Title: Crimes Against Habitation: Burglary and Arson The Assign

Research Paper
Title: Crimes
Against Habitation: Burglary and Arson
The Assignment
500 to 700 words
APA guidelines
The page count does not include the title page, abstract, or
reference section.
Must include 5–7 scholarly sources
1 source being the textbook.
Formatting Requirements
Assignment title, your name, school name, course name
and/or number, and date (all at the center/middle of the document).
Use one-inch margins.
Use a 12-point Times New Roman font.
Use double line spacing in the document.
Grading Criteria
Be sure to follow the Rubric criteria

1‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍000 words essay Harvad style referencing. Learning outcomes

1‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍000 words essay Harvad style referencing. Learning outcomes that need to be met: 1. Demonstrate systematic understanding of key criminological and sociological concepts concerned with offender, victim and procedural justice – discuss the theories which might apply to your subject matter to support your discussion further. 2. Evaluate the role of intelligence and apply appropriate procedures for collecting, retaining and sharing information and intelligence – in your subject matter was there information that became intelligence, how did you collect and share intelligence as part of your response, was NIM part of this process, did you use any NIM products? The topic we need to speak about is: hotspot policing proactively targeting drug users and dealers in my local neighbourhood. (within the UK ONLY) Set out the journal with an introduction, explanation of the topic, explain the specific case if there is one, explain the theories and concepts you will be using, explain how they apply to your case, explain the implications of this analysis, conclude by explaining what has been learnt. Based upon this reflection and evidence, how could this area be improved for others in the future Has EBP changed your thinking about policing or how you will deal with similar incidents in the future? Explain your reasoning for this. Look at the existing evidence base for this incident/area of policing – remember there are many sources of evidence that you can bring in to analyse this area. For example, APP, Academic theories, open-source media, concepts from previous studies, Data from Govt, Legislation. Reflect on gaps between what you initially thought and what you have since experienced and learnt upon based upon these sources of evidence. Ie, were your thoughts right or wrong? Explain why this was with referenced evidence. Theories that we need to use within my work is: The reflection needs to be based on GIBS Reflection. – introduce this within my introduction and reference it. We then need to relate our chosen topic area to our crime prevention model SARA. Explain how by linking in the SARA MODEL with hot spot policing can deter crime such as drug dealing and have a positive impact. It may lead to having more highvis patrols. Look at information and intelligence of people and vehicles and assess to see after a few weeks if these measures put into place have worked and had an impact. Expla‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍in the three models of the national intelligence model and how we as a neighbourhood use level 1 and how by using level 1 as given positive outcomes- by looking at the information and intelligence received as given me results in stopping and searching people ( under section 23 of the misuse of drugs act 1971) – use this reference!! which has meant that when I have found drugs on people I have dealt with this by giving out community resolutions and had the result of arresting someone for procession with intent to supply class A drugs. This was only able to be done because of information and intelligence received prior to stopping this person. Throughout my work please ensure you find and use references to back up and support any information you are stating. When talking about problem profile – how this links in with information and intelligence we receive because it can be on someone that we are already aware is committing crime and as a similar motive. – PLEASE REFERENCE. Here is a reference and resource to use for the above points! Remember at all times it is explain the point. Provide an evidence and example and then link and relate it back to the theories and models. By following hotspot policing has given me and my neighbourhood team positive results as drug dealing crimes have deterred since we have increased our patrols within the area where drug dealing is common. This shows that hotspot policing worked. Please find a case study within the UK where hotspot policing has deterred crime. Here is a case study that links in with this please use this. Please remember to talk in 1st person has it is a reflection It is Harvard style referencing 1000 word limit. 100 word introduction only! ONLY UK POLICING Here are some references that need to be in the work: Bryant, R. and Bryant, S. (2021) Blackstone’s Handbook for Policing Students 2021. Oxford: Oxford University Gibbs, G., (1998). Learning By Doing: A Guide To Teaching And Learning Methods.