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Watch the TEDx Talk above by Robert Reed. What does he mean when he claims that

Watch the TEDx Talk above by Robert Reed. What does he mean when he claims that justice is evolving? What do you think of the initiatives he helped to create in Philadelphia? Should other communities develop these initiatives?

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Crime Scene Sketch and Photography A crime scene sketch allows investigators to

Crime Scene Sketch and Photography
A crime scene sketch allows investigators to recreate the scene if needed and provides a visual representation of the scene. After documenting the scene through photographs, investigators will create a rough sketch of the scene. Each piece of evidence is measured to the center of the object from the closest fixed points. The rough sketch is done quickly and then a final copy is made later. This can be done through a drawing or a computer program. The final copy is much more detailed and drawn to scale. You will need graph paper, writing utensil, ruler to complete this assignment.
You will create a crime scene with at least three pieces of evidence. Once you have completed your scene, make sure and take photographs. Remember that your photos should include:
Overall photos of the scene, from 360 degrees of view (take from the 4 corners of the room)
Mid-range photo of each item of evidence
Close up photo of each item of evidence
You will then create a rough sketch of the scene (this copy will include measurements). Make sure and sketch the room first and then add major furniture and evidence. Evidence should be measured from the two closest fixed objects (usually walls, corners, door jambs, etc). The rough sketch should also include the following:
Direction North
Legend
Address (this can be fictional)
Date of Crime
Case Number
Your name
Time
Weather/lighting conditions
Key
This is a numerical or alphabetical key to items
A=gun
B=footprint
After you have completed the rough sketch, start working on the final sketch. Your final sketch must be neat and to scale, without including the measurements. Make sure and include the following in your final sketch:
Direction North
Legend
Address (this can be fictional)
Date of Crime
Case Number
Your name
Time
Weather/lighting conditions
Key
This is a numerical or alphabetical key to items
A=gun
B=footprint
Scale-Drawing to scale means each box on graph paper has a certain measurement, for example 1 box=1 foot or 1 inch=1 foot
You will need to create a PowerPoint containing both of your sketches and your photographs. Create one (1) PowerPoint containing photographs or scans of your sketches as well as the photographs you took of your crime scene. Choose the Blank Presentation option and the Title page should include the information placed on a title page for a paper

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Watch the TEDx Talk above by Robert Reed. What does he mean when he claims that

Watch the TEDx Talk above by Robert Reed. What does he mean when he claims that justice is evolving? What do you think of the initiatives he helped to create in Philadelphia? Should other communities develop these initiatives?

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Criminal Justice

Crime Scene Sketch and Photography A crime scene sketch allows investigators to

Crime Scene Sketch and Photography
A crime scene sketch allows investigators to recreate the scene if needed and provides a visual representation of the scene. After documenting the scene through photographs, investigators will create a rough sketch of the scene. Each piece of evidence is measured to the center of the object from the closest fixed points. The rough sketch is done quickly and then a final copy is made later. This can be done through a drawing or a computer program. The final copy is much more detailed and drawn to scale. You will need graph paper, writing utensil, ruler to complete this assignment.
You will create a crime scene with at least three pieces of evidence. Once you have completed your scene, make sure and take photographs. Remember that your photos should include:
Overall photos of the scene, from 360 degrees of view (take from the 4 corners of the room)
Mid-range photo of each item of evidence
Close up photo of each item of evidence
You will then create a rough sketch of the scene (this copy will include measurements). Make sure and sketch the room first and then add major furniture and evidence. Evidence should be measured from the two closest fixed objects (usually walls, corners, door jambs, etc). The rough sketch should also include the following:
Direction North
Legend
Address (this can be fictional)
Date of Crime
Case Number
Your name
Time
Weather/lighting conditions
Key
This is a numerical or alphabetical key to items
A=gun
B=footprint
After you have completed the rough sketch, start working on the final sketch. Your final sketch must be neat and to scale, without including the measurements. Make sure and include the following in your final sketch:
Direction North
Legend
Address (this can be fictional)
Date of Crime
Case Number
Your name
Time
Weather/lighting conditions
Key
This is a numerical or alphabetical key to items
A=gun
B=footprint
Scale-Drawing to scale means each box on graph paper has a certain measurement, for example 1 box=1 foot or 1 inch=1 foot
You will need to create a PowerPoint containing both of your sketches and your photographs. Create one (1) PowerPoint containing photographs or scans of your sketches as well as the photographs you took of your crime scene. Choose the Blank Presentation option and the Title page should include the information placed on a title page for a paper

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CJA/474: Managing Criminal Justice Personnel Wk 5 Team – Coaching & Evaluating E

CJA/474: Managing Criminal Justice Personnel
Wk 5 Team – Coaching & Evaluating Employees Presentation [due Mon]
Wk 5 Team – Coaching & Evaluating Employees Presentation [due Mon]
Assignment Content
Review the case study, Coaching and Evaluating an Employee, and discuss it with your team.
Week5LTCaseStudy010923.pdf
Create 2 substantive slide (not to include title & references slides) Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, including speaker notes. Write your speaker notes using complete sentences, with correct grammar and punctuation, to explain each slide as if you were giving an in-person presentation. Provide support to the points on each slide and include APA-formatted references. Make sure to address the following:
QUESTION
****Explain strategies the agency should use to avoid problems like Warrant’s from persisting.****
Note: The slide count does not include the title, conclusion, or reference list slides. Use brief bullet points on the slides with a detailed explanation of each slide in the notes section.

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CJA/474: Managing Criminal Justice Personnel Wk 5 Team – Coaching & Evaluating E

CJA/474: Managing Criminal Justice Personnel
Wk 5 Team – Coaching & Evaluating Employees Presentation [due Mon]
Wk 5 Team – Coaching & Evaluating Employees Presentation [due Mon]
Assignment Content
Review the case study, Coaching and Evaluating an Employee, and discuss it with your team.
Week5LTCaseStudy010923.pdf
Create 2 substantive slide (not to include title & references slides) Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, including speaker notes. Write your speaker notes using complete sentences, with correct grammar and punctuation, to explain each slide as if you were giving an in-person presentation. Provide support to the points on each slide and include APA-formatted references. Make sure to address the following:
QUESTION
****Explain strategies the agency should use to avoid problems like Warrant’s from persisting.****
Note: The slide count does not include the title, conclusion, or reference list slides. Use brief bullet points on the slides with a detailed explanation of each slide in the notes section.

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BOOK; Constitutional Law for a Changing America: Rights, Liberties, and Justice,

BOOK; Constitutional Law for a Changing America: Rights, Liberties, and Justice, 11th Edition
Unit VIII Journal
Weight: 2% of course grade
Grading Rubric
Instructions
Throughout this course students have been introduced to several amendments in the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Please review the summary of the amendments in the Bill of Rights presented in the course lecture and answer the following questions:
Which amendment from the Bill of Rights do you believe is the most important and has had the largest impact on society today? Why? How does this amendment impact your daily life from a professional and personal standpoint?
Additionally, please discuss how the concepts in this course can be applied to real-world situations and increase your chances of career or life success.
Your journal entry must be at least 200 words in length. No references or citations are necessary.
Comments from Customer
In Unit 8, we will reevaluate the Fourth Amendment, particularly in how it relates to the U.S.A. Patriot Act. Additionally, we will review landmark cases pre- and post-911 related to the Fourth Amendment.
Readings/Videos
Required
Watch the following segments from the full video listed below: USA Patriot Act Overview video segment 1 and Creating the USA Patriot Act video segment 2.
Discovery Education (Producer). (2004). The cost of freedom: Civil liberties, security, and the USA PATRIOT Act [Video]. Films On Demand.
https://libraryresources.columbiasouthern.edu/login?auth=CAS&url=https://fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=273866&xtid=154722
Cerebellum Corporation. (2004). Bill of rights (Segment 1 of 25) [Video]. In The United States Bill of Rights. Films On Demand.
https://libraryresources.columbiasouthern.edu/login?auth=CAS&url=https://fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=273866&xtid=154876&loid=514421
Study Guide
Suggested Resources
U.S. National Archives. (n.d.). U.S. Const. Bill of Rights: A transcription. https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs/bill-of-rights-transcript#toc-amendment-ii
Unit Lesson Highlights
Fourth Amendment
U.S. Patriot Act
Bill of Rights

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BOOK; Constitutional Law for a Changing America: Rights, Liberties, and Justice,

BOOK; Constitutional Law for a Changing America: Rights, Liberties, and Justice, 11th Edition
Unit VIII Journal
Weight: 2% of course grade
Grading Rubric
Instructions
Throughout this course students have been introduced to several amendments in the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Please review the summary of the amendments in the Bill of Rights presented in the course lecture and answer the following questions:
Which amendment from the Bill of Rights do you believe is the most important and has had the largest impact on society today? Why? How does this amendment impact your daily life from a professional and personal standpoint?
Additionally, please discuss how the concepts in this course can be applied to real-world situations and increase your chances of career or life success.
Your journal entry must be at least 200 words in length. No references or citations are necessary.
Comments from Customer
In Unit 8, we will reevaluate the Fourth Amendment, particularly in how it relates to the U.S.A. Patriot Act. Additionally, we will review landmark cases pre- and post-911 related to the Fourth Amendment.
Readings/Videos
Required
Watch the following segments from the full video listed below: USA Patriot Act Overview video segment 1 and Creating the USA Patriot Act video segment 2.
Discovery Education (Producer). (2004). The cost of freedom: Civil liberties, security, and the USA PATRIOT Act [Video]. Films On Demand.
https://libraryresources.columbiasouthern.edu/login?auth=CAS&url=https://fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=273866&xtid=154722
Cerebellum Corporation. (2004). Bill of rights (Segment 1 of 25) [Video]. In The United States Bill of Rights. Films On Demand.
https://libraryresources.columbiasouthern.edu/login?auth=CAS&url=https://fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=273866&xtid=154876&loid=514421
Study Guide
Suggested Resources
U.S. National Archives. (n.d.). U.S. Const. Bill of Rights: A transcription. https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs/bill-of-rights-transcript#toc-amendment-ii
Unit Lesson Highlights
Fourth Amendment
U.S. Patriot Act
Bill of Rights

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Overview In this assignment, you will identify political and cultural influences

Overview
In this assignment, you will identify political and cultural influences related to specific acts of terror.
Prompt
Each act of terror does not stand in isolation. There are many factors that influence the perpetrators of these acts, but the two most common factors are political and cultural influences. In this assignment, you will identify political and cultural influences on the following acts of terror:
Christopher Paul Hasson: Arrested Coast Guard Officer Allegedly Planned Attack “On A Scale Rarely Seen”
Timothy McVeigh: The McVeigh Letters: Why I Bombed Oklahoma
Rep. Matt Shea: Washington Legislator Matt Shea Accused of “Domestic Terrorism,” Report Finds
Robert Jay Goldstein: Tequesta Arsenal Included Assault Weapons, Ammo, Even Flamethrower
Using the Module Five Assignment Template, explore the influences that motivated each of these acts. You will need to complete the following for each act:
First, in 50 to 75 words, briefly describe the act.
Next, identify the motivation of each act. Was the act politically motivated, culturally motivated, or motivated by a combination of the two?
Then, in 150 to 300 words, explain how this motivator influenced the perpetrator.
Specifically, the following rubric criteria must be addressed:
Describe each act.
Identify the motivation for each act.
Explain how this motivator influenced the perpetrator of each act.
Guidelines for Submission
Submit your assignment in a Microsoft Word

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In APA format prepare a Word document of at least 500 words, but no more than tw

In APA format prepare a Word document of at least 500 words, but no more than two pages, providing:
A short summary of the article and answering the following question:
-Beyond what the authors proposed, what additional type of research should be
done to understand the crime analysis field, what crime analysts do, and the
value they add to police departments?
Tip- Do not just recap studies that are summarized in the article. Add your
own idea based on what you read and what else could be done. I want
you to come up with your own idea not stated in the literature. Failure to
do this will affect your grade